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 25, 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
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System ID: UF00027795:02512
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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tstab: ll S bed Subscriptio.-For Year. $1.50; Six Months. 7Se-Payable In Advance E. L. Matthews, Editor and Owner

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EPIDEMICBREAKSOUT By RED KERCEAll The tannery known all over the CONVENE
inmates of the State Prison state as one that specializes In cur- MOVINGTO

Farm are under the exceptional Ing alligator hides is operated by To Start Work

care of experts, experienced by M.: Saltier. In this plant 73,000:
years of practical labor at their square feet of fine leather Is pro NOVEMBER CANAL

trade. Every man from foremanof duced annually. Hides are tanned

the power house, that generatesall on a share basis with farmers enabling On Court HouseRIPE

Several Homes Entered electricity for the farm's use, them to have this service i 1 Lonnie Green To lIe Twelve Carpenters
to head guard at the main gate without an expenditure of money.

During Past where all visitors are welcomed The shoe factory. where all footwear Tried For Killing 'Went To Ocala -

knows his Job.Although for prisoners Is made Is managed
Week Girl This 'WeekMORE BERRY Long-Delayed ProjectTo
all departments are by V. N. Geiger and has an
Important and efficiently annual Get Under 'Way
managed production of 7,500: sturdy
DOOR ARE CAREFULLY a review of the productive departments pair. FEW CASES'TO COME UNSKILLED LABOR GOOD SEASON Next 'Week

LOCKE n OVER TOWNMore is especially interesting.All J. M. Bradley has general supervision HEFORE GUAM JURY TO HE CALLED SOON HERE *
. chewing tobacco and cigar -
of the livestock
front and back doors are depart Names of the following Twelve left here MORE APPROVED
ettes for inmates are manufactured ment where meat to set the prison thirty- carpenters An oddity for this time of year-
5W being locked in Starke than by prisoners under the careful board Is produced. Range cattle six men were drawn Thursday of Tuesday for construction Jobs at .a bright red strawberry-was -

al t any time during recent years. supervision of J. C. Booker an ex 800 of them are now on foot at last week to serve a. grand and the cross-state canal site near brought to the Telegraph office Rail Park And Golf
of screens will prob- petit Jurors for, the fall term of Ocala as a call for twenty men to
latching at
TIle pert devising a plug to satisfythe the farm along with 1,200 head of Wednesday by R. A. Griffin, a farmer
cent when the fol- circuit court which convenes here report went partially unfilled Course For Starke
be 100 per taste of even the most veteran "meat hogs." living between here and Law.
Jtog paragraphs are read:' chewers. Monday November 4: Not all of the twelve men sent tey. The berry came from an old
On Friday of last week Mr.\ .and Almost 10,000 gallons of syrup, The power plant which operated Ezra Lenon d. C. Melvin were relief clients Miss Ctartrude plant as the newly-set plants are On List
Davis missed from their with three diesel units is under T. T. Blackburn J. C. Alvarez Hearing social service uirector -
wn R. J. or enough to sweeten an InfinitesImal not yet developed enough to bear
l aa on Madlsln Avenue a Smith number of glasses of water, the superintendency of J. A. Chas. A. Futch 'Roan Turner said. Every available man who and Mr Griffin says he expects to Allocation of funds has been

.. Weston 32-caUbre short revol- are manufactured annually. All Bouvier a thoroughly experienced Herman Thomas D. A. JuddE. could do this type of work was I pick a quart within a week's time. made and work will begin on the
tilt known as a "lemon squeezer" ; sweets produced must be finally electrician. Current for all purposes C. Johns 8. B. Hall sent. The twelve who reportedwere f Growers and shippers here say addition to the county court house

b ,was worn about one Inch from I approved by D. A. :Montleth who on the farm comes from this R. A. Newsom "Jeff Lewis : that the berry outlook Is "getting here Tuesday morning, O. C. RegIster -

Igbt ; an "orange blossom" also has charge of the canning de plant. Mr. Bouvier also has chargeof Harry Stern Rob. L. Parker H. L .Gntlin. L. D. Harrison Q better all the time" and the acreage of the WPA office announced .

ding ring green gold, partment.The the machine shop where farm I' H. G. Alderman J. M. MusicC. W. Mann, J. F. Herring. Frank set out will likely exceed that yesterday.
K. L. T. equipment Is manufactured and re R. Shuford A. A. Hutchinson Stearns B. F. Pendarvls J. F have
ti"R. J. D. to poultry farm at the prisonIs of last season. Plants that Formal action by the Allotment
1tM"; a new pair of ladles brown under the expert direction of T, paired. U. D. Dyal. Wallie Crew Lewis K. B. Waterson, C. K.Phipp already been set are looking good Board In Washington came this

//llfde shoes oxford ties. The articles W. Shuler. An army of 2.I OO lay- Each department Is operated S. A. Foxworth A. L. Sullivan ,, E. H. demons Dock John In all parts of the county. and settings week more than a month after the
were taken from a bureau Ing hens furnish eggs necessaryfor with convict labor and supervised I* 0. Powell Berry E. Roster son and J. D. Mathews.It will continue on Into November project had been approved by the

drawer In a front bedroom of the the prison menus and more by experienced men. An averageof D. B. Harley M. O. Harrell Is believed that these men state and Federal WPA.A .

MHO. than 300 turkeys are raised each 1,500 Inmates are employed by Charley WUkes Bert Hinson will make about $27 a week as it --. fund of 24430.14 will be required

, A few hours later Mr. and Mrs. year for farm use. these departments annually. J. M. Sistrunk Drew ReddishW reported they are paid 75c. an hour for the work. The government -

J.H. Lord who live directly across A dairy that has brought praise Besides this the farm maintains ? H. Noegal' H. D. Wasdln for thirty-six hours. RED CROSS Is putting up $20,006.10 and

\the itreet from the Davis home from state inspectors and recognized a cultivated area of 2,000 acres of Willie! IB. Green If. C. KellyB. Miss Heerlng said that sixteen Bradford County will contribute

discovered the loss of $14 in currency a,. one of the most modern productive land with main crops of E. Hall Rodman ReddishA common laborers will leave for the $ ,03.
book lying on : cane andIsweet short term of court was predicted canal today. Ten were sent last Drive To Begin
from a pocket. being operated In the state is supervised corn peanuts, sugar The project application providesfor
in their front and a reserve of this week with few criminal week. It is probable that another
top of a refrigerator by Gerald L. Cox. Sev- potatoes II alterations and additions, con-
hilL The Lords believe they were enty-five head Of select Guernsey 150 acres for general truck farmIng cases to come' before the grand call for carpenters will bo made Meting of a two-story brick addition '
back yard at the time the Including vegetables for prison jury. Chief among these is that of next week. NEXT MONTH
In their and Jersey milch cows give a daily Lonnie Green negro accused of _._ containing a court room, aboard
theft took place and the front output of 150 gallons of milk. consumption. R. H. Cox man- an' -- -- ---- room offices for the county

door had been left unlocked. There are about 150 dairy cattle on ager of farming, attempts to haveen murdering girl near here eight-year-old In June In colored an- I KEYSTONE school superintendent, county

Stranger In The House the selected range that furnish hand at all times enough produce to her CHAIRMAN APPOINTEDFOR 'clerk a fire proof record vault and
attempt "get revenge" on PLANS BIG SEASON
last Friday for the Inmates as well is .
Shortly after noon cream, butter and milk for farm mother for another ANNUAL toilets. Additional alterations and
]/n. L. A. Rennolds returned from use. i the animals worked by the prison. marrying man. ROLL CALLMrs. repairs to the old structure are
Green has been In
kxlired a Jacksonville CH TTTAUQUA TO BE HELD
and entered her --
!hopping up also planned.
Jull since his capture In DURING WINTER
borne on South Walnut Street. She N. D. Wainwright, chairman Twenty men wilt begin work:
that city several days after the MONTHS
tU alone In the house at the timeand STRETCH ON 28 2 ACCIDENTSInitiate crime. of the Bradford 1 County Red Tuesday cleaning up the debris left

was sitting down to her lunch --. --A,- Plans for a two-day-a-week Crons Chapter this week announc- whn__ the original addition project,
bell she heard a faint noise in the Chautauqua program at Keystone ed the appointment of II:. I... Matthews .begun under the CWA, was abandoned -
!bill. adjoining the dining room and Will CompleteSHORTROUTE GREEN Heights during three weeks In to serve as chairman of the and torn down about a year

W "that strange feeling that GETS PRAISEFROM January and three weeks In March annual Roll Call which begins ago when County Commissioners
meg when the presence of an unseen were formed at a meeting held last throughout the nation November decided that a second story was

person Is felt." NEWJOAD SPOKANE POSTMAS- Friday: night In the Woman's Club 11. needed and that the foundation

When she looked Into the hall TER IN LETTER TO building there.F. Mrs. Walnwrlght, said that while constructed under the first plan

!Mn. Rennolds was startled to see TELEGRAPH Q.'Coover, of Orlando. was In everyone Is familiar with the won would not be sufficient

a well-dressed young- woman on I ROAD THROUGH HERE SEVERAL INJURED chArge of the meeting and was derful work of the Red Cross following Ball! Park Approved

inn tip toes and leaning, with arms WILL liE HEAVILY WHEN CARSOVERTURN High praise of Congressman R. assisted. by H. C.. Ogden also of the recent hurricane dlsoa Other Bradford County projects
Blended, against the wall-her TRAVELLEDThe A. Green was contained In'a letter Orlando. Mr. Coover was sent to ter In !
iprprtnts may still be seen received by the Telegraph this Keystone by Senator Frank P. many people know of the fine work Washington, but which have not

dearly In some accumulated dust. State Road Department recently Two automobile accidents over week from Will W. Simpson president Miller, of Meadvllle, Pa., one of the that has been done right here It yet received an allocation of funds,
l11e woman had evidently lost her announced signing a con- the week-end initiated the new of the Postmaster's Association founders of the winter resort this county. : are:

balance while trying to tip toe out tract with the T. B. Gillespie Com- Starke-State Farm highway, now of Washington state. Mr. Coover set forth ideas fora In 1931 when family resource A baseball park for Starke.

"the house and was leaning pany. of Palatka for paving about nearing completion.Bill Writing from Spokane Mr. Simpson program Including adult educa- were ebbing and there was widespread Federal funds $HMIS; sponsor's
against the wall for support. eleven miles of Road 28 west of Johnson driving a truck be- said< : "I want to compliment tion and recreation, special enter- need and want In the lane. contribution, $1,000. .
'The Intruder was flustered at being Bunnell in Flagler County. This longing to the late Joel Alvarez you and your readers upon the live tainment for young folks, sports the Red Cross distributed the following -
A for Starke. Fed
discovered, Mrs. Rennolds said represents the final stretch on the overturned the machine early Saturday wire congressman you have In clubs, bird and tree clubs Bible commodities In Bradford : golf course
ad stammered out that she was short route from Lake City to the night near Hellbronn Hon. Robert A. Green of your study Instruction tn music, art 129 tons of flour, 19,770 yards of eral funds, $11,063; sponsor's contribution

taking> for a Mr. and Mrs. Stewart East Coast The company's bid tprlnga. It Is believed that the city whom I had the pleasure of photography nature study, health cotton cloth 300 blankets, 6,708 $2,349.Repairing .

whom she believed had an was $289,000.The accident occurred when he appliedhis meeting last Monday evening. He and economics. cotton garments and 1,068 sweatera. farm-to-market road
furtment In the house. The sameman stretch has been brakes too suddenly but his and his charming bride were visitors Entertainment features will be The total value of these arlcles I from Sampson City Federal funds

had been found a few rnlna eleven mile three but was condition has prevented his being to Spokane along with other dancing, bridge parties, picnics : amounted to 860000. i $8,614; sponsor's contribution,- $l,-

sooner by Mrs. S. F. Ham- graded two or because years of shortage brought here for trial. congressmen and senators to see camp fires golf fishing and other In recent years since the Inau- I

inch In a room of her house in the never completed funds. The entire stretch The other riders on the truck our Grand Coulee dam now under water sports, and programs -made guratlon of various relief agencies, 253.HAMPTON.
st I block. When discovered she be regraded. it is said. Truby Thornton and J. J. Woods construction near this city. up of local talent.. some persons have said! they no NATIVE .
will have to '
M Mrs. Hamrlck she was looker of Road 28, which and Louis Steward negro and C. "But I want also to inform you longer saw the use of the Red

for an apartment. Neither Completion through Starke Is expected C. Spring negro were all treated I that Congressman Green let us MISS MAY PEEK Cross and refused to give their! BURIED

n Rennolds nor Mrs. Hamrtck passes of the most for cuts and bruises. Johnson know that you people have a pro- membership, M r s. Walnwrlghsaid.
bars\ missed any articles from to provide traveled one highways In the was driving them home after a day Ject of your own down there thatisn't DIES However in view of the HENRY H. HALL DIESAT
Mr homes. heavily of tie-chopping In the wooda.The to be sneezed at-the great above figures, the chairman hopes SON'S HOME!

Hungry Song WriterOne state. ... second accident took place canal-and. believe me, your congressman BODY TO BE BROUGHT this attitude will not be md with IN NICHOLS

afternoon this week Mrs. E. Sunday when Freeman Varnes, Is telling the world aboutit HERB FOR BURIAl. during the approaching Roll Call. Henry H. Hall 77, died Sundayat

Biggs noticed a shabbily dress- NURSING BODY driving around a curve overturned and In a most convincing manner TODAY Bradford County's quota In the the homo of his son, L. B. Hall,

. nun standing at the door of MET HERETHE a new truck belonging to Alfred too, No forward looking Miss May Peek. 68 sister of the drive Is 150 memberships. In 1933 at Nichols.
home on Walnut Street. The Varnes. The driver received minor American citizen ran hear him tell ; fifty persons joined the Red Cross
late Comer L. Peek of Starke died Mr Hull was born December 26,
.u.. of the Florida canal and Its ultimate here; In 1934 there were ninetysix -
stood three
there for two or M. MONTGOMERY Injuries. 3 o'clock morning at
REV. B. at Thursday 1857 at Swalnaboro, Ga., a son of
and last
tales benefits without being thor- memberships; year
looking inside the house : ELECTED her home at 1S23 Robinson Ave., Bolen K., and Mary Hall. He was
Iil1. oughly convinced. that It I. extremely : there were ninety-three. It Is believed -
Biggs said and did not ring Jacksonville. Death resulted from of
CHAIRMANThe AUTO DEATHSIN II pioneer the Hampton section
tnt! the approached the door. He 4 good business for our that this year by a concerted -
heart attack. of Bradford
lOS of Federal Government to get behindIt a drive this county can for the County having move
liked i for to eat. Rev. B. M. Montgomery. BRADFORD
llben big heN Church. was elected .. and see that it Is constructed." The body will be brought here first time reach Its prescribed quo- ed with his parents to that placen
request was granted the Methodist for burial and funeral services ta. 1850 at'the age of two years.He .
Mrs. Biggs that she feed- of the district council of FIRST EIGHT MONTHS OF I.
was chairman
will be at 10 o'clock Friday mornIng there;engaged In farmingand
t t "tba Nursing for Brad- YEAR SEE DECREASEIN "Everyone should be Red Cross
man who wrote 'Where Public Health .
and stock raising until
NEW BOOKSAT from the home of Judge seven
b River Dixie Gilchrist STATE conscious following the recent disaster
Shannon Flows'. Mrs. Columbia
ford, Mrs. E. K. Perryman. The Rev.B. years ago, when on account of age
ulti .Is Inclined to doubt his and Union Counties at a LIBRARY relief In our storm stricken
Levy I number of deaths M. Montgomery of the Metho- and falling health be retired. and
WanI, Monday. Other The greatest areas," Mrs. Walnwrlght said.
and would held here
wonders he
meeting was reported I dist Church will officiate. has since made his home with his
** W. Rutland during the period YOUNG ASKS "Let's hope our citizens remember
entered the house had no one officers are: Mrs. L. MRS. .
total of daughter Mrs. J. R. Rows at Mac.:
era at home. I Wllllston vice chairman and Mrs. from Dade County with a READERS TO LEAVE Interment will be in the Crosby this work when the time comes for
"W3 strange women asked forM W. M. MulleD, Cross City, secre- forty-nine. I' REQUESTS Lake Cemetery with the DeWIttC. paying their annual Red Cross
sin the 1 Automobile accidents resulted In I Jones Company In charge of ar dues.:" I. lie was married in December,
home of X L. Beasley this _ iso to Susan who -
< tary.Miss directorof deaths In Bradford County Mrs. H. H. Young, librarian rangements.Miss a Futch orecedd
four ------ ----- --
Iteek. -
[ They taken in and Ruth Mettinger
were Florida eight months of I week reminded patrons that Just Is survived two him In death many years a.o.Fun..al .
t but refused nursing in during the first Peek by
to who they health In Green Cove
say public Knights
remain In which they I I services were held at
to a report two weeks of Glade-
IItrt or what and gave an Interesting this year according brothers, W. M. Peek,
ter their their business was. was present talk. Mrs. L. A. Ca- just| released by the Bureau of VItal I may read the books loaned to water-Texas, and John S. Peek, of Judge Bayard B. Shields of the Santa Fe Cemetery. Hampton -
meal said to
they are state library In Tal! Jacksonville! Monday afternoon at 3 o'clock
"" acted number of piano selections Statistics. Starke by the Belcher. La. recently appointed
strangely stopping at nova played a asked readersto conducted by the Rev A. Walters
re- there lahassee. She also Circuit Judge of the Fourth Judi- ,
Tuft 1iOs houses on down the street. which were favorably In. the state as a whole fatalities leave requests at the library for cial Circuit Is holding his first pastor of the Baptist Church of

.,. anet' Mrs. O. C. Register were The next meeting will be during this time than during the W. T.
the next shipment from County. Court convened In Green McOulre, pastor of the
!llldence""ted by noises in back of their Cedar Key In March._ same period of last year. The firsteight 354 state. Cove' Springs October 14, and the Christian Church of Hampton
1035 saw
"" on Madison Avenue. months of accidents Mrs. Young says that the Story MET AT HEILBRONN entire first week was devoted to He Is survived by one son, I*. B.

Inr out they saw several men -Health Council MeetingThe deaths from automobile duringthe I Hour at 3:30: o'clock every Friday CHURCH LAST the trial of Harry Batten upon a Hall, Nichols, three, daughters
trying to make away Health white there were 377 ; afternoon Is becoming more and WEEK charge of murder In the first de. rlM-. ,> Mary ,E.: Johnson) postnatal.
" OIIe of the government trucks Bradford County meet- first eight months of 1934. more popular but there Is always ... State Attorney Harrell of tress at Lake Butler. U.... J. R.

**are parked every night tat: the Council will bold Its at regular 8 o'clock at 'room for newcomers. The New River Baptlat'Auocl.- Jacksonville prosecuted the case, Rowe.. Mtcclenny. Mrs. John, L.,

It Of this plac l,-,'-'Mr. Register tag- Thursday night City Halt HOME i The following are among the tion held Its sixty-fourth annual and the defendant's attorneys were Watson, Rome, Ga., and five grandchildren
for the po1\\ ,*'but by ,that the Nurses Office In the will meet NEW most Interesting books received at :meeting with t the Hellbronn Knight* Knight of Starfce. Late Mrs. Floyd Howell, Olus-

JJ: the unknown parties,- what- The advisory committee night. Every FOR L. A. CANOVAWORK .I the library during. September and Springs Church on Wednesdayand Friday night the Jury returned a tee Mrs. W. J. Mills Athens Ga..
l they Were up to, had depart- i at 7:30: o'clock the same Board and i October: Thursday of last week. Eight-1'1 verdict of not guilty. and Claude Clifton and Doria Hall
member of the BEGAN THIS churches were well represented all of Nichols.
Ancient Highway. To the een i < < iMrtMB* BBM
?tell, good-night folks. That Council Is urged to be prelleDt. Reports WEEK ON 6-ROOM I Miss Lulu Bett. Minister's I I *n>l a substatlal Increase In membership --...,- ....,....--- 1
b Seas.
will Council Meet
UJ'fOU? hear. now Is probably of the months work clinic. BUNGALOW I Wooing U Trail.This;. Mystical was reported.J. :Planning I Attend Style'ShowMrs.
scratchingfleas.., given. which will include the of Ours, Story of Ulysses On I T. QuI ley of Starke, a lay- The first meeting of the Brad-
-_--......- Work began this week on a six- ,'Life Rock. Picture'Lives of Great taan was re-elected moderator and ford County Planning Council has W. B. Mundy, Jr., an4 Mrs. ;

New Fish Market To' Serve On BoardPaul room bungalow for Levy A. Cano- The Musicians Laughing Water Wayof ,T. B. Plnholster of Brooker was been called by N. D. Walawrlght, A. H. Johns popular beauty shop

". R. Jr.. was this vaT druggist here on his propertyat An Eagle Sky,.Pilot. My First elected clerk and treasurer ''Jr., for 7:30: o'clock Monday night operators. will attend a Hairdressers
WUhlams brother of ArWUU.II1JI E. Canova Dave the southwest corner of Walnut Years Last Daysof Asaoclatlonal reports showed at the office of Johns Wainwright Style Show on Tuesday. Octo
local restaurant and week appointed by Governor rep- and Eighth Streets. This Is the Two Under Two Flags constructive work being done here. The organizationwill ber 29 to be held at the Carllng
t. n' recently opened theSe SholU u Bradford welfare third new home for Starke within Pompeii.Light.Conaectlcut Yankee along missionary lines, and a determination be perfected by the election of Hotel In Jacksonville. Mrs. Mun ,
-1 Food and Produce resentative on a district to the past two or three months. Green 'Court. Arsene to reach more souls In officers Besides Mr. Walawrlght dy and Mrs. Johns hope to IntroA
X *In the new Green Building board. The local boards Board of B. F.' Hall. loca'' contractor will in King Arthur's Sherlock Holmes. Deer- the mission fields I the council Is composed: of Fred duce modern and unique modes of )

'. Williams say. he will work with the State for I construct the bungalow and ex Lupin Vs.Wallflowers, and many The next annual meeting will be Hazrn T. J. Terry,. Floyd Wiggins coif fore arrangement to their pa-, Jj,,

-'ter a W" Plete line of salt andseafood Public Welfare welfare In arranging work In the 'pacts to have It completed around others.slayer held at Lacrosse Antioch Church and It. V. ftxon. Irons throughout. this section. ;;cC i

and fresh and directing December 15.
vegetables at aU times. state. "

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Mr. T. A. llo.lfr, Corr.....<.. Miss Vera Oalney, Correspondent Mise Nina Whltehead Cor. *.. forre..o.4m$ Mian M. E. Crews, CorrespondentMrs. Mrs. II. M. Mcllae CorrespondentThose The surprise Floyd Fender,

Mr. and Mrs:Eugene Forsyth, r----------: ; ;d was trans Arthur-Padgett; and little who attended the family of Miss Myrtls Fountaln's party at the hOIll

Mrs Maggie Forsyth and MIss Brooker Vs. LaCrosse A number of people of this sec- Starke Friday., daughter, Marion of Orange Park, reunion at the home, of Mr. Gus night was very much Mona*
Lucile Forsyth of Jacksonville, The LaCrosse basketball/ team tion attended the singing conven- and son, are spending a while here with Fountain Sunday as dinner guests We are enjo ,
were visiting relatives here Sun- came here last Friday afternoonto tion at Lake Butler Sunday. Carlos, of Providence, were vis- Mrs. Padgett's slater, Mrs. Effle were: Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Rushingand ness of Willl sorry to report hopV III
play against the Brooker team. Lonzle Blackwelder of Dukes, iting her brothers, A. L. Sullivan, Carter. children of Gainesville, Mr. will soon be Dyal truly 'h
day.Mr.. and Mrs. Leaton Morganand This was the first time these was visiting here Sunday afternoon over the week-end. and Mrs. J.; D. Rushing and Mr. well again
Misses Eloise Hardee Maggie
of Starke spent Sun- teams bad met this season./ Both ?, and Mrs. Lewis Davis all of Pen- Miss Carrie Alvarez attend
children G.. M. Bennett, of Jasper/ Is visiting Crews, Janle-Marr and Kathaleen the
day afternoon with Mr. and Mrs were eager to get on the court Miss Nona Brown of Starke, his daughter, Mrs. C. Sulli- Hardee attended church at, Max- ney Farms Mr. and Mrs. F. A. quilting at the home of M,
J. E. Rosier. with the other team to see who spent Sunday with Miss Leona Terrell and little son William, Driggers at Lake Butler, Friday
would be victorious. All the players ville, Saturday. i .
Moody. van.Mr. Miss. Miss Vesta
of Magnolia, ,
n Mr. and Mrs. Ellery Redding of and Mrs. B. L.*Varnes and
Hardee Nearly 300
and Mrs. Cecil spent
played a good and showed Mr. livingspecies
game Docla and of
Crawford of St. Petersburg McRae, Miss Starling m
his Ray
ai visiting
the State Farm, were children, Mrs. L. J. Moon and chil- lops known
with relatives. are
In Starke
fine spirit. At the close of the Monday I and are
Brooks, and In the after- found
Mrs. H. F. Redding, Mon- was visiting here Friday night. Anthony
mother, dren and Mrs. 'O. A. Thrower, all I all seas.
afternoon. games the Brooker girls were victorious Misses Murla and Estelle Bran- Mesdames Lacy, Leon and Albert noon others came In and all en-
day by a score of 19-0, and the of Jacksonville, were visiting Mrs.Thrower's In .. --
nen, and Louise Crawford of Mid- Norman were shopping Joyed singing until late In the aft-
Mrs J. S. Sapp and children LaCrosse boys were victorious bya way were visiting Nina and Nona sister, Mrs. J. J. Zelgler, Starke, Saturday.R. ernoon., CARD OF TIIXMtS
Sunday afternoon with her Sunday.A. We wish to'
9 spent mother, Mrs J. S. Rosier. score of 106., Whitehead, Friday night. L. Sullivan Is visiting his L. Crews and family of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Fender were friends and relatives express to our man
Mr. and Mrs. Mannle Rawlaon of at Pro- Starke visited F. :M. Crewa and visiting friends at Theressa Mon- our since
Bernard RosIer spent the week- "Skit Nlte" sister, Mrs J. p. Summers, thanks and gratitude for the
afternoon. kin
Jacksonville his family here Sunday
end with his cousin, J. C. Prlngle. Thursday, Oct. 31, Hallowe'en were visiting pa- vidence. day.Misses sympathy and the numerous in
Mrs. Jeste Overstreet was a vis- night is to be "Skit NIte" at the rents, Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Rawl- Walter Sibley was attending to H. S. !Starling! and E. J. Austin, Verna Phillips and Mil beautiful floral offerings sent du

itor to Jacksonville Friday.Mr. Brooker school building. Every- son, Sunday. business in Starke, Saturday.Mrs. both of Jacksonville, visited rela- dred Brown of Sampson City, were ing our recent bereavement,
and Mrs. Bryant Redding body that will is asked to attend. Mr. and Mrs. Wilber Mann, of C. S. Holtrendorf and tives here Sunday night. dinner guests of Misses Eula Mae Mrs. One Denmark

'and daughter of the State Farm, Admission will be five and fifteen Lake Butler, were visiting her parents daughter, Mrs.,B. F. Hall and chil- Mrs.. Johnnie Lamb, of Delray Dyal,.Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. P. s. Denma,
Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Johns, dren and Mrs.. M., Hall, all of q
were visiting Mrs. H. Redding, cents. This money is to go towardthe Beach, was a visitor here Saturday Miss Mildred Phillips, of Theres- and family.
athletic fund of the school. Sunday. Starke, were visiting relatives ,at '
Sunday. Mr. and 'Mrs. Carl Nettles and
There will be fun for all, so be There sa Monday afternoon. Mrs. H. C. WImberly, Miss Betty
J. H McCormIck of Raiford, wasa son of the State Farm, were visit
+ sure and come. RISING Wimberly were visitors to Max- FUNERAL DIRECTOR
visitor here Sunday.J. ing her parents, Mr and Mrs. H. ,

C. Pringle spent Sunday here Luther and-Guy Harrell motored L. Johns, Sunday. I Miss Edna Lewis, CorrespondentMr. vllle. Friday. My Many Years Experience Makes It; Possible for Me to Render
with Bernard Rosier. I Mesdames Harry Sapp, A. B.I I Joe Frigo and Byron Bennett, of EFFICIENT, PROMPT and COURTEOUS SEKMtE
J. E. Rosier was a visitor to to Starke Monday.Mr. and J. B. Whitehead, and sIsters, ..and Mrs. R. M. Crosby and Lawtey, were visitors here Mon- MODERATE PRICES
and Mrs. S. E. RItch of Ral- '
Hampton, Sunday. I Nina, Nona, and Hazel Whitehead, : children and Mrs Ruby Crosby, all day. I Florida
ford night here as
spent Saturday
attended the party at Miss Ena- spent the day in Jacksonville Sat- Mrs. N. T. Green and childrenand
guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs.L. DeWITT C. JONES
SAXTON mae Crawford's Wednesday night. urday. Miss Grace Green, of Starke,
II... W. A. T,lr. Corroponilrnt A. Brown. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Carter, of were visitors here Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. *. R. Mott and M TON Hellbronn were the dinner guestsof
Miss Gertie Godwin and M. F
and Mrs. E. L. Hicks
w The Rev. Con-
children attended the Singing Mrs., M. Lewis Sunday.Mr. .
INlii. Ad. Nlmoio. Corre..o.a..tH. Knight of Maxvllle, were visitors
1 left last/ week for their new home vention at Lake Butler, Sunday.Mr. I and Mrs. David Paulk of

In Branford. Many friends here and Mrs. Howard Summersof I H. Hall of Sydney, Florida, Valdosta, Ga., spent Thursday with here Sunday.
miss them. High Springs spent Saturday i but formerly a resident of our Mrs Paulk'a parents, Mr. and Mrs. Miss Dolly DInkIns and Chaa. q aP 'fF%

k Mr. and Mrs. B. Batten were in night here as guests of her moth-I town, died and the body was bur- Walter Underhill. DInkIns of Lawtey, were business

Starke Saturday. er, Mrs. W. A. Brown. Ied in Sante Fe Cemetery Monday Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Conner and visitors here, Tuesday.Mr. .
% Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Tyler spent H. P. GaIney and G. E. McCauley -' afternoon at 3.30: o'clock. children spent the day in Jackson .. and Mrs.,. Leonard Normanand
Sunday In Raiford. I attended church services at The Rev. L. Cutshaw will'preachat I ville, Saturday.Mrs. baby and Mr. and Mrs. Albert

Dosher Thomas/ of Palatka is Union near Hellbronn, Sunday. the Baptist Church next Sun- J. R. Kelly spent the weekend Norman and children, spent Sun-

f visiting his mother, Mrs. B. Bat- Mr and Mrs. Ardell Crosby of day morning and night. In Lake Butler,with her pa- day with Mrs. Wm. Padgett at

ten, this week. Youkon spent Sunday here as I Mrs. J. P. Sullivan Is visiting her rents, Mr. and, Mrs.. A., L. Drlg- Clay Hill.
Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Sumner and sons, A. L. and Cleveland Sulli- .
of his Mr and Mrs. geis.
guests parents
Mrs. W. R. Swanbom spent Sunday P. A..Crosby 1 van, of Theressa this week. ... Miss Carrie 1 Alvarez of Pine Lev- GUM BRANCH

'M afternoon with Mrs. W M. Nor of, Miss Kathryn Weest la visiting pi, spent Thursday night with Mrs. Mis Elizabeth Harnage, Cor.
Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Hazen,
man, of Rising.I friends and relatives In North and O. E. Crosby.Mr. -
41 Center Hill, are spending some South Carolina this week. :and Mrs. Marcus Conner and Mrs. Arch Dobbs and son, Clyde,

-;; lime here as guests of her mother, I Mrs. Lula Hutto, of Stake, was Mrs. Beulah Kelly spent Friday In and Mr. and Mrs., Carl Dobbs- of
Help Kidneys Mrs. John Cone and his parents,
Raiford, were visiting J. A. Har
the guest of Miss Ada Nimmo last Lake Butler with Mr. and Mrs. A.
Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Hazen.
If Jtmtt fmirtU lnBta&tar = Sunday. L. DrIggers.Mr nage family Monday.
S ... .MkTmfrVf r a o.m Tom Dukes and daughter Ome- J. W. Home and family were and Mrs. Eston Brown of Mrs. H, Keene and family,were
....-.h5------........ o I gla, of Five Mile, spent Sunday visiting in Starke last Sunday aft- Sampson City were the dinner the dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs.
...._ and Mrs. P.
1 rW of Mr.
as guests
1 Duelw.lh.'lvd..Cr.1.191.'a.. ernoon. guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Un- Irvin Norman, Sunday.
ew'I' A. Crosby. Coatsey Rigdon, Misses Margie, herhlll, Sunday. Mr and Mrs. J. S. Sapp and children KlVie.
fit, Rev. >Norrls of La Crosse, held and Myrtice Hall, J. W. and Ada were the dinner guests of Mr.

f regular church services here lust Nimmo, and Mrs., Mattie Anna Springs, is visiting her daughters, and Mrs. J.D.,Reddish, Sunday >.
Sunday. Ward, were visiting in Alachua Mrs. Arnold GrIffis and Mrs. Edna I Mr. and Mrs. P. D. Reddish and
I Mr. and Mrs., W. D. Webb and this week. I Jones, for'a few,weeks. .children were the guests of Mr.
Jaughter, Betty Jo, spent last Wilson Bedenbaugh who is sick TommIe Lee who has been in and Mrs. W. R. Conner, Sunday.

week-end in Jacksonville.. with pneumonia at the Gill Hospital the CCC Camp in North Carolina, Mr. and Mrs. Felix Sapp spent
.- in Starke, has a host,of friends Is shaking hands with pld friends Sunday at the State Farm with

r'r BOOTSEY'S BEACH I here who are delighted to know his again in this' section.\ Mr. and Mrs., J. F. Shaw.,
L. dHsklns, Correspondent condition is improving, and he will Fred and Curt Dee, of Plant Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Crosby, :Mrs.
aocn be at home again.BOATDRAIN. City were, visiting their mother, Beulah Kelly and Mrs. Evelyn
Mr. and Mr--Willis! Starling Mrs., Lizzie Dees, Sunday. Crosby of Rising section, spent
have moved near Lawtey after livIng Mrs. Arnold Griffis, Mrs. Edna Sunday with Mr.. and 'Mrs. Mar-

ON here in our thriving little community Mrs Z. Z. GriffIs. CorrespondentMr. Jones, Mrs. Pete Grlffls, Mr. Arch cus Conner.
for the past several Prevatt and L. Coleman attendedthe Mr. and Mrs. Tate Alvarez were

months.\ We miss them however, and Mrs. Ralph Dyal, of New River Association at visiting Mr. and Mrs. H, L. Ed- ''SEW TIGHTHONEYI"cautlOnaNormMcKeao

GINGER ve wish them great success In Green Cove Springs were visiting Hellbronn; Church last Wednesdayand wards, Sunday. ,
Louise FaQon,co-ed affixes his college letter to his sweater.
their new home. Mr and Mrs., Arnold Griffis last ,Thursday.The Miss Willie Mae Dobbs of Rai as
K ALE Mr: and Mrs: Moncie Thompson Sunday. Rev. E. C. Hagan of Jacksonville ford was the guest of Miss Eliza- "It took ma three years of football to win UP' "Then leave it
and children: of Woodlawn have Mr. and Mrs. Joe Griffin, of Clay will preach at China beth Harnage, Monday. to me,"laughs Louise"It didn't take me three yean In college j
P moved here in the house formerly County, were visiting C. A. Grlf Grove Church next Sunday morning John Sapp, of Baker County,
;: occupied by Mr. and Mrs. Willis till Sunday.Mrs. and night., Everybody welcome spent Saturday night with J. S. to learn that when you sew anything on with JP.. Coati

fff/ Starling. Quite a large crowd Len Harris, of Green Cove ., Sapp. best 6-cord thread, you're sewing on to stay I"
here at the home of Mr. _.
gathered ------ ---- -- -

7 and Mrs. Thompson's Friday night -
and gave them a surprise welcome. .
The guests were invited ,Into the yt.n -

FOR parlor where dancing and music .: '1 "' '.
? 6rKroDIUT00 were enjoyed, by all until a late .

,/ hour.. .
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Pringle and
children of Greenwood were vIsItIng is said and
but after all
Mr. and Mrs. ''W, M. Reddish :

Sunday Misses afternoon.Audrey and Mildred Nor- done, it's the cigarette itself 3

man and Arson Tlllls of Gum that counts
Branch, were visiting Misses Thel- .
ma Gaskins add Effle Crawford
Sunday afternoon. the question is,

,, 1 1 Mrs. Bill Green returned to her s
\\i il' home in Lake City Sunday after does it, suit you?

spending: the past/ three weeks
ii i f : here with her parents, Mr. and : I r
J:' N ERVES'Wtiq Mrs. R. N. Crawford. :

Misses Bertie and Dot Harris, of

1 Dukes were visiting their sister, J' : 't,:,.;','.,lYn.., ,
Mrs Ruby Thompson Friday night.
.. '
Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Sullivan : ,,; ,' ,:;" ; :> ,.
and children of Jacksonville, were / .' .
'/, .
\; :1'I'tf! .. : pw ,,
visiting bet mother Mrs. Jean ; tir'
Gasklns/ Sunday afternoon.C. .. ';" rfc ,

E. Crawford left for the Canal .'*,. .
near Ocala Thursday where he will i''-,<' v

be employed. "

l.( Misses Janie and Mildred Sapp
entertained several of their pa/ .

friends Saturday night with a party I
All reported a nice time. .

e u(, Lake Bill City Green were and visiting Zeke Charles here Sun-of :. :;t Now, when it comes to a cigarette that

day.Mr, and Mrs. William Morganand ., '., '

UP TO >WV WM tawr '_.II_ visiting children Mr and of Mrs Evergreen Robert, were Hall ,will suit you. ,. you want to think whether

.. MIT sit kill tsMkw.wr '

,'",;. .....back. at ww.ir' Sunday Claude afternoon.,Morgan of Evergreen, ':('; it's mild you 'want to think about the taste 1

'IX 11'. Sunday night here with A. : ,
,.It .... 0.___.... pent t
,,',< ....... ... .. -..-. J. Crawford. !
Mw. N airi Bu.- ... ..... ,.' .
J" snd a d ZIFF : ", That Chesterfields milder and taste better
..... W1" ............ ,; : are :
: 111rtw1 >raa Ia7> Dr. ..... Ml.. !..!. Ma .wl.. ..._...... -
t 'r' is accident
atensaent Nesvhr Tabisar '" no '_ '
r Mrs. R. B. Thomas spent Sun- ,, ...
;'<'f. day In Jacksonville at the bedsideof The farmer who the tobacco the tl a
,1 sulalI = her sister, M r a. Britton -r/i; /; grows -

Ijii "+ Groover. ; ",.:" 'i'iatauctontthe ; I 'I a
I' ) tIarehousemanwhosel
#to Ile 11letl' N/nvles .. ttt>1/ Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Lewis and S
tlstela Y M tear--iJafa m1es.as.1 sons, L. O. and Johnnie, were visiting 0
11> $ .. highest bidder man who knows about "
I 'I'aIJW. Mh .. in Jacksonville Sunday.. every o
raaM seatillhsg edee4 for mildness
i Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Kelly and 'will tell that it takes .,
/LII sit >__ .....awafli children spent Sunday at LaCrosse leaf tobacco you mild

with While Mr.there and they Mrs attended Henry SowelL church ripe tobaccos to make a good cigarette. for better tast a
; )
( ( ; '
** t I f / services, at Antioch.Steeplecha.ing. -- In :making 'Chesterfields we use mild ripe a

1\ t J< \ ( \ 1 In America be-
and Turkish tobaccos.
gan la Canada. e "',UMBTT ft Mnss Teo.' homegrown


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2 BradfordONE --- _. -- County- High School Journal .1.1'f

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FLORIDA. - --- -- -
I -. FRIDAY OCTOBER 25. 1935 '
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Teachers Meet -o.- .. ;, ,
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Pupils Lighten Seniors Thank GRADE tI' "
,. At High School NEWS Good Program :
A Letter Faculty's Work Their Teacher .
Fri. Afternoon Given In Chapel
Intereet of
JIt\'OIt'd to the Hollywood, Calif., Cooperation SECOND NEWS .r

HIGH SCHOOL October 8, 1933. :. The senior class of 1935-36 wish We have been studying about '
Elementary chapel'was held
The -
Bradford aa
B.\PFORD County Teacher's Mr. A. W. Anderson to the seasons and have started a ''J
Association held We students feel proud of express their gratitude to their usual last Thursday, third period.
its our- 'I
and Alumnae' second meet- Editor-in-Chief. Fall standtable.In ,.
0dep1t$, Fattens, Ing of the last selvee.'f' English teacher Mrs. T. T. Long, Miss Perkins fifth grade was In
Friday In the Bradford High School for our Junior Arts Club have
Journal her most we
thoughtful act the I charge of the
entertainment and
high school Jan
"Never. Mrs.
-- -- auditorium. Dear A. W. says. Long. "have
: finished October
other day. making our portfolios, .
It EDITORIAL STAFF The first business on hand was I am sending under I ever seen such splendid enthusiasm calendar and October spellIng interesting program. was pre- '
A. W. .Ander- the election of officers for separate and such a strong of We entered the room last :Monday sented. :' I'
IdJlor.J1.chlef-----! the cover In a few days some copies spirit booklets. Quite a few have already -
school cooperation and upon our arrival Mrs. Everyone joined In "A '
son, Jr year. of the University of Southern Cal- among the students. brought their dues for November singing
I I Editor: _____Dorothy White Mr. R. R. Perkins of Brooker, ifornia publication, "The Daily Mr. Gray and the other teachers with Long greeted her class as usual Child Knows" ," and the "Morntng'Prayer 4

Kry Editor: Marjorie Marwlck was elected president, Mrs. Ruby Trojan." I hope the paper will be feel the same way about It. a smile. We have made some Hallowe'en .

kl Editor._______Hugh Walters Mae Perkins Is the new vice-pres of interest to you and that you Signs of this cooperation are When all were seated she gave decorations for our room. The Lord's Prayer and Flag Salute '
IJdKorlal Editor: __.Alice Royester. ident. Miss Ruby Lilley and Mrs. might get some Ideas from It. easily found If one looks close just a short talk In which she slated followed. 4 '
I wture Editor _____Marie- Thede a. R. Kinard are recording and You need not expect to find my enough. senior that she had thought over the copies Recently of "My we Weekly Reader"for sample Reverend Lowry made a short '
English work and had
I itomentary Editor ------------- corresponding secretaries, respec name connected with the staff of The Student Government Is run- each member of our cl&aa. We but interesting talk on "Good ,
| drawn
Eunice WilliamsOTPOKTUNITY tively. Mr. Lester Sponholtz. of the the conclusion that the seniors Names. ," followed "
_----------- Hampton, is the paper. I received a copy of 'I nlng like a well oiled machine and had too much to cover in English all enjoyed reading the little paper "Sweet by" a skit. '
new treasurer. Summer's Gone. The
your paper recently and saw that It Is working in perfect accord actors i
much and we that
Meetings will be held the third I was taking a journalism with the faculty and, Its and so as a result of the con- very hope may- were Dorothy' Johns, Comer '.
course. through clusion she be we can subscribe to It and get
I no not let a small opportunity Friday afternoon in every month. But I am not. You might correct committees which are the last was changing our parallel It regularly. Perryman V l'lenla Philips and a j I
and you stand back Mr. Gray made a fine talk on this In one of words In reading from six books a chorus of, fifth grade girls.'
by your Issues as I cooperation, it Is doln*
I [pall missy you, "Oh, that little chance j the need and value of cooperation don't want to finish my college much good work in promoting year ter. to This only two books per semes- Miss Kitty Hoped, Teacher Next was a poem "Castor OH" .
the class
I (urn going to wait until a big opportunity among the teachers and schools. of course and have people coming tome beautification of the school, health much pleased very by Joe Andrews. t&

I comes by." Start at the Bradford County. and asking what paper I am I cleanliness, safety fire prevention FIFTH NEWS Next a song "On The Good b4 ,
I bottom and work up. That Is the The association has as its aim to working for, 'better manners and morals, etc. Freddie Wimberly gave a bowl Ship B. H. S." This was the song
I raise the school Rings Come C.O.D. for an aquarium and George Powell "On the Good Ship Lollypop" with ,
say most of our greatest men standards and try- I am majoring In physical edu- Too, we seem to have gotten rid
I reached the peak called, "Succes." Ing to raise the standard of the cation and minoring In medicine. I of all those "I'm going to tell my Seniors RejoiceSeniors planted it with plants and gave new words. This was sung by a. ', ,

I Do sot be a slacker keep up with quality of the work turned out in did this because I saw that my Interests mama and she'll make you let me some tropical fish. We think It chorus This with everyone joining In. .

I group If you can't be a leader Bradford County. Another aim is were changing In this direc- alone" pupils, and perfect harmony the rings have coma very Inteersting.This chapel, concluded was dismissed. .the program and ,

lit t least be a good follower; the improvement of English aa tion and also because I had definIte prevails between the school Aren't you thrilled? Let's get week was our time to have .. I I'

I lyslppus a great sculptor and taught In our schools. plans for this line In the fu- and Its patrons, them out as soon as possible. You \ chapel program. We enjoyedDr. 4 I

I contemporary of Alexandra the Teachers of related subjects are ture. One of the chief alma of this know, I presume they only stay In Lowry's talk and also enjoyed ,New Committee ,

I Great t portrayed opportunity thus- forming committees in order that I I have made the frosh team In school paper Is to promote this I'.the oflfce for a certain length of I taking part on the program. Is Formed Thurs. ,,1

F they may get together and solve football, There are over a hundredout good will and harmony., time then If not paid for they are -

Opportunity was represented asI1 I problems and troubles. for the squad. I am the light- With such smoothness, and with sent back. Come on, let's pay for SEVENTh NEWS The alms slogans, and mottoes k ', ,
the flower of youth, I est man In the bunch and have everyone "pulling together" we them Seniors. :
boy in The association Is going to coop Last Monday we elected our committee has been added to the / '
[luadsome of facer. His!! forehead mt./l''I'i/ ;;;' ",.,. ..... \,..rt '0 work under the handicap of feel sure that It will continue so class officers. They are as follows Student Cooperative Government. I ,
16on e with grace and his cheeks ted unanimously to Join the Flor- ; &'...aee all along, but am sticking and that school will! end with everyone MEET:: TilE SENIORSWe : The purpose of this committee la ,

I flowed with youthful splendor. He ida Educational Association It out okay. I play left end My I passing and happy. want you, dear readers, to President-Leaton Morgan. to aid In character development ; '

I flood upon a sphere. His feet Plans for' Bradford Countv's I coach Is Orville Mohler that great meet the dignified Individuals of Vlce-Prell-Elalne Marwlck.' and to assist the Manners and .n

I were winged to Indicate swiftness. part in the district teachers meet AH-Amerlcan quarterback for the CHAK.\CTER BUILDING the sophisticated seniors of 1935- Secretary-Carolyn Keen Morals Committee In their work.--- JL5 #

I Hi retted upon the tips 'of his toes to be held In Gainesville today and Trojans in 1932. I played my first Character Is what you are. 36. Each week we shall endeavorto Treasury-Earl George The Chairman, Alice Royster Is) ( ,

IK'if ready for night. His hair tomorrow were discussed and set game against Santa Anna J. C. at 1-To build up a good characteryou portray clearly and truthfullythe Rf'porter-Ferol, Jones. assisted by Katie Fugate and A.
I Ml In thick curls from his brow tled. the Los Angeles Coliseum the have to have good health and delighted personalities( ; peculiarities Iteporter-Ferol .Jones. W. Anderson, Jr.
Briefly, follows
they are as
Ituy to lay hold upon but the There will be a discussion of: other night. There were 8 ,OOO to have good health you must follow and bad habits of thcsj -- THIS WEEK'S MOTTO i

I feck of his head was smooth and "The Economic Status of the Flor- fans there, which happened to be good health habits as: conceited creatures called seniors EIGhTh NICUM Interest plus Ability plus Oppor. :' s )
I kl4So, when he had. passed, it the largest crowd I had ever seen 1-Eat regular. This week we want you to meet tunity equals SUCCESS.I I '
ida Teachers" abent two
by Prof. E. A. Max- Ralph Rhodes was
Ini Impossible to seize him. I together, much less to play before 2-Sleep regular.1Selfcontrol that popular, charming brunette,
well, principal Lawtey Junior days last week.Practically Rings Expected
I them. It's f Lillian and hand- ;
Come on/students, let:us seize a very tough proposition : Sternberg our
U e opportunities we have before High School. to make any team in a school' Self-control is the very center of some class president, Simeon Phillips all of the eighth pupils In Near Future '

Is) today and make. the most of The rest of the program will of this size. Making a team here character and to have self-control have finished their month's ,, ,
come under the title of "Materialof must the conditions nnlRnment In history and science.
and making one of the teams In a you I
tem. Lillian first took notice of thingson The senior class will
,. ... Instruction." A-Bodily condition We have ten different pot flowers rings be Il
smaller college back East is some ;
July 9, 1918, and nothing has shipped from the factory October
\[ TIME Mrs. Louie Hill of the Lawtey time altogether different. If any- If you expect to make great escaped her notice since. Lillian'smother that the pupils in our room 16. There are thirty-three pupils I
TIme Is one of the most essen- Junior High School will answer the one doesn't quite believe that, you achievements In life your body said she was a noisy child have contributed. We contributedfour to receive rings and one to receive' it. 1
Itiil factors of man, If we stop to must be in good condition. No pictures In the hall on exhibit ,
questions ((1) What are the materials just send them on out. and was always getting Into everything a pin. Much excitement has been ,
I think of It, each man and woman have team man can be certain of his character for National PIcture Week. ,
for teachers spelling? and I hear you will not a (which she still doeM.1) created over the fact that they ,. i, '
I iu the same amount of time each' ((2) How Is spelling best taught? at Bradford at all this year. That's If he Is willing barely to keep Lillian was president of the 103439 Reporter, Billy Jackson. will soon be here.

[fey, twenty-four hours; but do Mrs. T. T. Long. Bradford High too bad. It will pull the old school the breath of moral and spirituallife junior class and she Is one of -- ..--
I be greater part of us use our time School will answer the questions spirit down a bit, but still I think in him and not trying to do the few presidents that left moneyIn EIOHT1I NEWS, CLA8M EXTEND: BVMPATIir' '

I to the best advantage? We do "From the point of view of the It's the best thing to do until the the very best of which he Is ca > the treasury when she went out Jean Davis and Tommy Ritch The senior class wishes to ex. '

Ixll, therefore we- cannot hope to English teacher what materials material Inflates a little. No use pable. of office. Lillian can dance 'til were elected cheer leaders of Mrs. press their deepest sympathy. t te I

[fleeced In this world where time are suitable for reports." dragging down the reputation of B-You cannot play with your dawn and she likes dogs-especial Anderson's home room Thursday Lucian Alvares and family in tholr ,,

I|i of such Importance. the school with a very bad season. memories and be what you ought ly little black dogs (We hear LII- Albert Torruella has loaned to recent bereavement. : '
I'In looking around for evidence Prof. R. R, Kinard Brooker will If you run off a school paper of to b.... For example; there are lian's neighbors don't care for little the 8B home room fifteen volumesof ., lv"b, ::4
[wasted( time let us take up one answer: In the smaller community special Interest. I wish you would men who like so well to tell a good black dogs.) the American Encyclopaedia.We ,
[ hue of the school what free materials are avail- story that It grows continuallythat to have them 4 a
(( routing. send a copy along. Also, drop mea Lillian doesn't care much for are very; pleased
[Judy ball, for instance 'We will able for science instructions? line and let me know how every- they simply get to where they

&d in the study .hall that eight The association then adjourned thing Is running back at dear old cannot tell the truth If they want- ach two (faced as most people of us and do)hates. spin- indeed.Margaret, Lowry, 8B reporter .

t.>of every possible'I )ten .-are until the next meeting. Bradford High. ed to -' ii: 1
ting practically all of their a Best of luck 3-We are to consider the condi- I. Dear President I Simeon arrivedon TENTH NEWS .. ::

,tome will be gossiping some B. H. S. Journal Lester Schnell. tion of association, for It Is the the scene on December 1:1, 1917, Margaret Hair, Edna Pearce, .O.lp.--.. ...'P..#." a ,
Pairing out the windows, and some ... only absolutely certain way to and has been on the scene ever Jean Davis, Dot Bishop and Frances I. _1111" t.. '
Wants TalentWe make character and Is since. Simeon was born at Law- fr4fcw ..'; p.. .f..
I good the week-end at '
Jut sitting twiddling their Peek spent .......
Students HappyNo --
I tabs and wasting their time in -. through a surrendering associations tey, Fin Simeon Is a good natur- Klngsley Lake. A eI_ _...1._ :; ,J,
ed fellow and makes. ........ ,,, d ,
wary manner possible. Let us welcome all the contributions School TodayWe with those who have sucha a good president Hudson Turner from 11'01'My .1 a. ,.t4

I tike up boys and girls to what that are given to the B. H S. character as we seek. So be care- even if he is a little nervous. ers; a former B. H. S. pupil visit- _ reaes. i i iITLijZL,1i'

I we will gain if we use our time to Journal. We indeed want to express are Ind"dbappy to learn ful who you choose as your friend. while presldentlng excuse us., we ed the school today.
I the best of our advantage. an appreciation for the kindness that we do not have to go to These simple rules are some of mean presiding. -

-- -. and cooperation shown by the school Friday (today). The district the necessary steps toward good Simeon likes to ride, eat and go : :
I IHOIGHTS: held to picture shows. Society .
FOR THE WEEK entire school. This shows that teachers meeting will be character. Ii :
1 We should cure our own everybody Is working for the bet. In Gainesville Friday and Saturday (This talk was given by Manners He dislikes dancing, and like Lillian Mr. and M.... Beasley and famIly I' ""

faults before finding fault terment of the school. : Oct. 23 and 27. We studentswill and Morals Committee In cant stand ,spinach. Shhht! spent the week-end In Cltra. ::, ,

with others.. We also appreciate any constructive have a holiday while the tea- High School rooms last week.)) His one bad habit Is smoking. Miss Martlle Hemingway spent I \, ,I,

2. One man's meat i is another's. criticism and way chers will have to go to school Yea, Simeon and Lillian are two Sunday In Tampa. '
poison. the be made Just the same. We wish many 'a THE WINNERBy good sports, but we're afraid they Miss Hilda Wyrick was visiting
J> paper may
I If we are vain and love to be y more holidays In the near future. Ancll Futch will never team up. In Hawthorne, Sunday.

flattered we shall become better.We especially want original We feel sure that all will have a It's not the boy with snow white Next week we're going to give Miss Lois Moore spent SundayIn _

foolish. pleasant time over the week-end shoes you the "dope" on Elaine Wynn St. Augustine. -
4. Some things seem easy at poetry, stories essays. except the teachers of course. Nor the girl In the satin dress; and Raymond Plummer. Watch Misses Margie' McMillan. Virginia -

first, but they are easier said --..-. Who goes to school and the teachers for itiWHAT and Katie Fugate spent Sat
than done. COLUMBUS1 VOYAGEThe fools urday In Gainesville, jii1Eft _
5. Union is strength. .Student: My teacher told me to wise men said "the world Is That always makes the best. WOULD IIAI'PEN IF I Miss Marjorie Marwlck spent Do You

-_. get a certain.book from the libra- flat" AU the seniors took the mumps 7 Friday In Jacksonville.Mr. )
ORAL COMPOSITION ry and I can t think of the title. But Columbus knew different from n'. not the one who laughs and Elaine Wynn wiped all her pow- Simeon Phillips was In

Oral Composition Is very import- Librarian: What did the name that! .Jokes. der off '. Gainesville. Saturday night and Ever iEI

ut and essential in the high remind you ofT So when Italy gave no gold It's not the one. who lies and : Mrs. Wall forgot how to sing? sang over radio station WRUF.

I Wools Our success now and in Student: Something about, a He went to Spain. whom he sold. smokes, I Mrs. Beasley could not say 1, 2, Miss Re. Thede spent Sunday In 's ; _
I liter life depends to a large extent mule's head I think. It', not the one who has time to 3, space? Gainesville. WonderWhether II

011 our ability to express ourselves Librarian: A mule's head.<>. I They set him out waste I Mrs. Carpenter could not smile? ..---

We Clearly, concisely and correctly. have It-"The Years Are So Long". In a fleet so stoutA But he who wins must. hardshipsface. The seniors were dignified? Seniors Choose
should strive' also to make Student: Yes that's it. fleet of three In number; Mrs. Long and Mrs. Carpenterwere -the"Paln"

Watwe say interesting to others. Which was made of the very bestof not here? 1935.36 Motto _
J There Is no better place to learn John: Dick, why does your dog lumber. I. There's always a winner and a None of the. seniors rated the. Remedy You Use

I lu"peak correctly and effectively howl so? t loser too. honor roll? Last Friday morning the seniors I is 'SAFE ? _
I than In our high Dick You see, John his tall was About this situation what should Plummer lost his
schools. By prac- : As land faded to the rear, ( Raymond gift had a class meeting In Mrs. Car-
lice we reach perfection. So 1 think cut off yesterday so now he's giving The crew became stricken with we,doT 'C: of "gab"? penter's home room. President A.k Your Doctor 4' __
"U composition account of his trou- Shall we waste our (time while goIng Howard test __
cannot be. atress- a detailed fear. Mr. gave an easy Slmoen called the meeting to order '
III too much. bles. So days and days went by to school In commercial law? and then the Senior Motto Selec- Imd, Fnct Out _

Stud. The mutinous crew began to cry. And by our actions. My "We're the Mr. Benson did not tell a joke in tion- Committee took charge. : _
I I Boarder: By the way landlady fool ?"' salesmanship? Four mottoes were offered: 1. .

did you find a $' bill on the floor Captain's Crazy" said the '._ .J"'F.'I'_"' ". Mr. Gray did not say, "Keep Not at the top but climbing; 2. Don't Entrust Your ,

Meeting Is Held : in.,my room this morning., "The men; The winner l Isjone'who gives his ahead of the game"? True colors never fade; 3. There Is Own or Your Family'sWell I

I Thurs. Morning Landlady Yes." Thank you very It looked very bad for Columbusthen best k Mrs. Perkins did not teach Biology more beyond; 4. Just a commence _
much.. I have,credited It on your While there's"a, duty he'll never 1Bill ment. Number three There is more .Being to 'UnknownPreparations '

The itudent cooperative govern. account. But Columbus was a strong man. rest;. Edwards 1'0to school on beyond, was voted the class motto _
llfat of Bradford high school held He did much more than most men The winner Is always ambitiousand time by an overwhelming majority. _
Weekly meeting' last Thursday Stranger: "Do you ever sit downto can. true Othma Norman came to school The committee composed of THE person to Milk whether. the I I''
Wl1I period |In Mrs.' Carpenter's dinner at your house with thir- You can be a winner, too. twice a week? Raymond Plummer Chairman, ." you or' your family. '

IIIonI. teen at the table? He held them together with his (AsciI Is In grade 10B. The Marie Thede was not secretary Helen Davis and Johnnie Ree Cone are taking for the relief ol headaches .

The meeting was called to order Native: "No do you think Fm a power poem l l's original). of the senior class? Is to be thanked for selecting sucb family,is SAFH doctor.to ue.Asia. regularly him I. your '_ _

t the president;. the minutes of millionaire?" 'Tho matters became worse by the Simeon Phillips could not sing good mottoes. Genuine OAYKn' partirnlarlyjbouf ASPIHIN.He .' ,t _

last meeting were read by see- hour. ( EDDIE HABTMAN EXHIBITS :. bass? will.telf YOU thai:.bt/on thtlucevtru ,, _
I Prances Peek and approyed Diner: (Examining bill of fare): As the men would strike him to MODEL Mr. Benson quit playing the. piano Good Leadership '.ol Bayer Aspinn munt, '

; the treaeurer Clara Flume, Chicken Croquetts eh? What the floor ? 'pain'r remedies were .nlvmcdJdBinii .. t'-s' '_ _
'POrted an empty treasury. part of the chicken is the cro- He- said "give me a little time Last week there was on display Mr. Howard explained Algebra Very NecessaryTo by phy."lns ss bad for the 'I 5't
COOfl ttee at the school a "covered wagon' II In class? *tomseh .mE' olten. lor the heart. ., ,, k.
toCI. reports w.rq read,queUe? more. Dem.trest Which I I.' food for I Ihmishl if t '
Hartman a ninth did veal
made Eddie, Mrs. not teach
Four that by 'owe li"
committees made BO Friend: It's the part goes whom do we the success mfc nlitl ,
; quirk
safe "
i then- grade student. He made the two Spoken English? of Student Co-operative
last. land our
onto the table If we do not strike Scientists rate Aspirin; ,
.. Bayer '
of Paris. This Mrs Wall could not smile '
new oxen from plaster Government We know this Is
committee the alms and I shall return with_you. men. ? among the foil,., mrlhnttt t/rl .IIocans commute was formed. Mrs. Scollop: So your daughter As his time passed by- shows real work and talent. Mr. Beasley reduced? one of the most successful, in fact lot the relief of ""Melec h" ;., '

IIr8. Carpenter In *hort talk bas married a doctor Well that's "Land Ho," came a cry. Eddie bas exhibited many mod the "most" successful year 'we and the psin of rt> umnlim. D MHnlu -ss ,
teeealed that els In the past and even built some SEVENTH NEWS have had. We feel that credit Is and nuim/am./ And lh. experience I ,
r... quit. a bit cpy great. Florida State FairIn Our class bas several' ol millions of hue. probed. .
being done. As Mrs. Crabflake: Yes I'm so glad, Columbus paved the way. things for the enjoyed due to a large extent to Mrs. Carpenter users :I
a remedy And so It lor the
lilt different Htjf net,,,. perioD to in* :
good programs given by a *
TampaSTUDENT and should her
ested afford to have appen- land of to- we give our
of our
told pledges. Also she at last I can For the settling each We have regularly In y ur seen inlrrr 14 .
lIt. Student dicitis. pupil morning. loyal support In what she under member this. f. ,
IIIbbers of : MAKES elected as' our class officers the takes. For after all. success depends '
been famous men You el Genuine (.
lie Bet good exam-: There have can ( Bayer
u they Were< the Iwtoras -. WIley: Here's an article in this late ,TYPING RECORD following: largely on the leader. Aspirin si soy drug itore limply I
It" suggested bow to avoid war. fearless as "Columbus Katie Fugate, second year typing -, President-Betty Green.V. We also are' proud of our food' by a'lcing for It by its full .,m.. ,, 1 ,',
that the Sat- on But none so I
=: ColIIJnlttee paper does it -Stay student of the eleventh grade, Pres,-Raymond Blick. and cooperative president. Simeon BAYER ASPIHIN. Make it a '
poet members at Hubby: What say the Great. record of typing Sec-Treaa.-FnDk point<< to do tills_ and tee thai
keifi<< of the Dot White. set tbethigbeat Hemingway. Phillips, and the chairmen ot the you. 13' Ic '
bee Ind stairway at recess single -By. speed made here in the past three eporters-Mary Lorraine Stock- various committees.We 9t what you want.Bayer j I ,

;;; IIId afternoon to maintain -COBBBCTION) years with the speed of sixty-one well and Stanley NoegeL wish to thank Mra Carpenter _

... II ",quietne. In descending Dear old lady father's I iupposeyou'Ufollow1 footsteps It was omitted last week that words per minute. Our class leader Is Ruby Slice: for the splendid work she, is .Aspirin
\ TIle I\ftt-y. I In your Mary Lorraine Stockwell 7A was This record was set last Friday The President appointed Maxine carrying' on and if. the chairmen
IIu to to be held when ;you POW up T the honor roll. We believe la In a typing speed test. We are Surrency for chairman of the and committees) keep up the good'

!b.Thursday netting, **. tint periGd. Bill Edwards: I can't, he's an on giving honor where honor I* due. proud of Katie. room.'OoOj I work .success can't be stopped.

J." then _adjourned I aIrmaIL }jfj

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Business And Program Williams-Hazen Have You Met? MISSION HALL A group ot young peoPle -
The assembly room was packedto ed aeeol1l.
Meeting W M. U. Marriage Solemnized! some special music, c
its capacity on Tuesday eve
-- a most
I The business and program In Gainesville Mr. and Mrs. James'C. Booker, ning when the pastor: of the Law- service Interesting Quite a and II1SPlrtng
f ocictr at the A. H. Church number of Other
meeting of the Baptist Woman'sMissionary The following account of the who pre residing' tey Baptist brought a Lawtey people were present
Wllllums-Hazen wedding which appeared Green residence on North Walnut message on "Spiritual Warfare"; Next week the study also
Union was held at the : will
to be
I In Sunday's Issue of the Street? The Bookers came EpheslanI6:12.: in which all are vitally one

IMiss n ... Church Monday afternoon with a Times-Union, will be of Interest Starke from Rochester, N. Y., and Mr. Cutshaw and family are whore are the dead" Interested

large attendance.The to friends throughout\ the county Mr. Booker has charge of the tobacco Tennessee people, and while'prac- Bibles. Again there. Bring YOUr
corted by her father, by whom she at the State Farm. will be ,
Ritch Weds Mr. Johns factory to Florida their clal "P
devotional was in charge of of Mrs. Williams, who Is the grand tically new comers music.
In Beautiful Home Ceremony was given in marriage. the President, Mrs. A. M. Darby, daughter of Mrsp. W. Kelly, ot spiritual fellowship make them -_.- ,
as her only attendant, Miss Hope assisted by Mrs. W. J. Epperson.The i New River, and>Tra. D. W. Hazen,I Mr. and Mrs. B. M. Fused, who much at home in the Mission services More sugar Is absorbed l
Marked with beauty and simplicity Haynes, as maid of honor. Mr. ni came here from Avon Park? Mr. the blood fro
of of Brooker stream
i program was In charge : by the
was the wedding of Miss Johns had as his best man, A. E. Fussell Is doing construction workat brain than
Circle Number One with Mrs.. J. Miss Vesta Hazen, panled their pastor and contrlbut- by an arm or leg.
Dorothy Ritch, daughter of Mr. Wall, Jr.Wedding. the State Farm. They have
and Mrs. J. H. Ritch and S. R. music was furnished H. Pitts as chairman, assisted by daughter of Mrs: ?Ruby Kelly Ha taken an apartment with Mr. and
Mrs. J. M. Brownlee, Miss Ethel of Gainesville marriedto
r Johns Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. S. by Mrs. F. H. Long, aunt of the Moore, Mrs. E. L. Biggs and little zen Nolan DeVane, was Williams of Mrs. Will Bonham on South Walnut Termite
t R. Johns, which was solemnized bride. "0 Promise Me" was softly Street, and are members of the
Joan Carpenter.. The program was JacksonvUle of Mr and Mrs.
of ,.
Sunday morning at the home Bridal
played as a piano Baptist
In the form of a playlet showingthe E. A. Williams of Bonifay, this Church
the bride' parents. In the presence Chorus from Lohengrin ,was -
difference In Missionary work at 9 o'clock in the First
of the immediate family and a few used as a processional. and at the morning Mr. and Mrs J. Flake, who are EXTERMINATIONWhy
one hundred years ago Church. The marriage
friends of the couple. of the R .F.. Dem-
4 young Miss Haynes wore a becoming,' present time. Mrs. Pitts took the ceremony of this socially prominent residing at one
C Southern foliage and beautiful green crepe dress with a hat in a' part of Henrietta Hall Schuck and young couple, was performedby orest houses T Mr. Flake is a mechanic Give This Work To An Out-of-Town Concern
yellow and lavender wild flowers matching shade of green, and accessories Miss Moore the girl of today. in the shirt factory at the
was McCaul
I the Rev. Dr, Thomas V. I Am Fully Equipped to Give The
formed the altar before which the In brown. Her flowers Mrs. H. I.. Browplee was ap pastor of the church. State Farm, and they moved here Beat

marriage vows were taken, with were a shoulder corsage of pink pointed publicity chairman for the Dahlias! roses and rare palms from the State Farm.: Service And My Work Is Guaranteed.

; the Rev B. M. Montgomery, pastorof dahlias and caiTiatlona.The : New River Association which was decorated the chancel of the church .

+ the First Methodist Church per bride was gowned in a organized October 4, at an all day for the wedding, which was attended Co]. and Mrs W. H. Nollman FREE INSPECTION OF'YOUR HOMER.

forming the impressive ring ceremony smart midnight blue satin two- meeting held at the Starke Church. by a few guests. Baskets of and little daughter, Catherine, of '
,I piece suit with'a vest and collar This Association Is made up of the the colorful blossoms were furnished Sebring were recent guests of C. (Red) Buford

The bride entered the room esI -I of pink crepe Her hat was a dark W. M. S. of Raiford, Lawtey; Pine a rich background by the Mr Nollman's mother, Mrs. S. F.

blue felt trimmed with a chic bow Grove, and Starke. The officers palms which were at either side of Hamrick on South Walnut Street
', and with which was worn a face elected were: President, Mrs. W. .the chancel rail., ---

I veil, her accessories were also In K. Jenkins of Raiford, first vice The bride, who was unattended Mr.. and Mrs. W. H. Hart and Unite House IONV:

RITZ THEATRE dark blue. Her flowers were a president, Mrs. L. G. Powell of was gowned in, an Imported suit Mr. and Mrs. W, C. Manning and

shoulder corsage of flesh dahlias Starke, second vice president, Mrs.L. of navy blue wool.-modeled swagger children were guests Sunday of EvaporatedMILK Macaroni
,1 STARKE and white carnations. E. Wilson of Pine Grove, and L style and W.t r.which was worna Mr. and Mrs. John Hart In Jack

Mr. and Mrs. Johns left Imme Secretary and Treasurer, Mrs J. white satin 'blouse. Her close sonville. or

PROGRAMBEGINNING diately after the ceremony for a H. Pitts of Starke. The different fitting bat of blue felt was untrimmed -
include chairmen are to be appointed by with the of ribbon SpaghettiS
honeymoon which will exception a ,
FRIDAY Miss Noreen Hicks attended the
points in Georgia.The the societies. ornament. Her flowers were : Southern Dairies annual 8 Tall Cans16c
": FRIDAY, OCT. 25TH. bride Is the youngest daughter pink rosebuds and gardenia buds. I dance held at the Seminole tnalis9 rD 1-oz. pkfr.

:' "Little Big Shot" of Mr, and Mrs J. II. Ritch. Friends Night ObservedAt Mrs Ruby Kelly Hazen, the Club at Jacksonville Beach last

},, Sybil Jason-Olynda Farrrll" She attended Bradford High O. E. S. bride's mother, wore a bottle green Friday evening.The WHEREEfONOMYRULEI 12cSPECIAL
satin black dress, combined
School and was a member of the crepe
; Robert ArmstrongSATURDAY .
At the regular meeting of the
1934 class. with touches of gold metal cloth.
Woman's Christian
Temperance -
Eastern Star at the Masonic Hall,
Her hat was In a harmonizing
.r OCT. 28TII. Mr. Johns also was graduated Union will meet on Friday at LOW PRICES
the vis
Monday night
shade of brown felt. Her flowers
/ "RIO RATTLER" from Bradford High School In 1934 iting friends filled the various stations rosebuds. 3 o'clock with Mrs. W. P, Smith.
were yellow
Tom Tyler and for the past year he has been in the Chapter: Mrs. Martha The state convention of the organization -
\,. connected in business here with' Strickland Miss Louise Roleraon, Immediately after the ceremony will convene in Eustis, October COFFEEA1IERIOA'S

I 817N.-MON., OCT. 27 and 28 his father and brother. Miss Annabell Rolerson of Waldo Mr. and Mrs. Williams left for Miami 29-30 and 31.

: "Page Miss Glory"Marlon The young couple after returnIng Chapter and Mrs. Salene Maines, to spend their honeymoon.Mrs. ,
Williams who is one otGainesvlllo's MOST POPULAR COFFEE
of Mrs,
Friends N. sternbergwill
from their wedding trip will Mrs. Dollie Mrs. Ella
i Havles-Dirk Powell
most beautiful girls, GROUND!
to learn of the death of
reside In Starke.Outoftown Mrs. Christine Townsend -
Pat O'Brien-Patsy Kelly Strickland
is popular with the younger set of BOKAK
father, B. Rosenberg in New
\, guests were: Mrs. and Miss Katherine Epperson "Mild-Mellow" "Rich, Full Bodied" .
the For the last "Vigorous Winey'lb
,+ UnlverlJlty..Clty. York City. Mrs Sternberg has
il'l TCER-UEU., OCT. 29 and 80 of Lake Butler Chapter, Rachel
H.; 0.' Richard and David Cough-
: "Thunder in TheNight" lIn, of Palatka, Mrs James Stanford Imbach of Green Cove Chapter. three with years the she publicity has been departmentof connected two been> months.at his bedside for the past 15c lb. 17c lb. 21c
Starke members filling stationsfor
Mr. and Mrs. Hamilton Ritch
the Florida of
f w University of.
friends were Mesdames Mae
and Mr. and Mra. Glenn Wood of
'r Edmund Lowe-Karen Morley Wells, Oneda Grlggls Eva Anderson which Frank S." Vrlght Is director. Miss Alice Fernandez, of Cross
Gainesville, Dr. and Mrs. B. S. IRISH 10 Ibs. Try the NEW
Mr. student
WilllamsrWhlle a at
,,; and Miss Ruth Johnson. City was guest over the week-end
Carroll and
of Jacksonville H. A.
TIIUR3.-FRI., Oct. 81 & Nov. 1 the University of Florida, won an at her mother, Mrs. R. F.' Fernanez. -
Durden of Ocala.Hallowe'en Mrs Edna Hart, Worthy Matron POTATOES 13c NUCOAlb. 20c
\\t; "Special Agent" enviable place In'the annals of the Miss Fernandez also attended -
of Starke Chapter presided during I institution's history. A graduate
the Fritz Krelaler concert In
.; Bette Davis PartyThe opening march, after which she of the College of Arts and Sciences Jacksonville Monday evening.Mrs YELLOW S Lb*. A&P: Fancy Tub or Print
I George Brent very graciously turned the meet- with a degree-In journalism, he
Health Committee of the Ing over to the visiting Worthy ONIONS lOc BUTTER Ib 33c
1 CASH NITE EVERY WED Woman's Club will Hallowe'en served as vice president ofthe Florence Canova is having
sponsor a Matron. Lovely gifts were presented
NESDAY. Those attending student body in,193-1; was editorof extensive improvements made on
party on Thursday night, to each friend filling a station. S Ibe 2 Ih .
York Oleomargarine
MlL show Tuesday are eligible for the Florida Alligator, official her residence on N. Walnut Street. Imperial Cooking *
"1 prize by leaving their name October 31, from 7 o'clock to 9 publication; member of Blue Key, The Interior of the house has been
', with cannier Tuesday o'clock. Admission, children lOc, At the close of the meeting the Phi Delta Epsilon and Sigma Del- redecorated and the exterior will APPLES lOc NUTLEY 29c
; adults iSc.: Prizes will be given for
short ren
following program was to Chi, honorary national fraternities soon be painted.H. .
RI! best costumes. dered: Piano solos: "Fairy Polka," ; Cavaliers, Fourth Estate TOKAY 2 11m. SILT Etch

and "Rondo" by Frances Over Club Sabres and was captain of: H.. Stroman returned here
THE FINEST' '' LINGERIEI street. Reading-"A Ship A Sail- the brigade staff, of the Reserve Wednesday, from the .Veterans' GRAPES 15c' MACKEREL lOc

Ing" by Sara Barefoot, vocal solo Officers :Training Corps. Hospital in Lake City and will I

P "Hallowe'en" by John Klnlaw.: Upon graduating from the University spend some time with his sister, Large Delirious Eating Whole Milk

/ Other visitors! were Mrs. Eva\; o of.,.FJorVHa., Mr., Williams Mrs. S. S. Dowling and mother,
? 4 Rolerson of Waldo and Mrs. AdeU accepted the, editorship of the Ala-, Mrs W. S. Stroman on N."Walnut APPLES 2 for5c Y f CHEESE 21c

:Daintiest : Johns of the Macon Chapter.The chua County Dally News, later going Street.

refreshment committee of to Jacksonville, where he is .
which Mrs. Seargella Norris was at present assistant chief clerk in Mr. and Mrs. U C. Ray, Rev. L. DEL MONTE DEL MONTE

Pastel / chairman served a delicious salad the WPA. O. Ray and son, Larry, of Fernan- PINEAPPLEJUICE Deluxe Sugar

course with iced tea. Mr. and Mrs. Williams will reside dtna.,were here Tuesday visiting
In Jacksonville, in Riverside r latives. Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Ray I PEAS2No.1

; .Shades I Court, at 2738 Riverside Avenue. remained in Starke and will spend

? ... some time with his sister,,Mrs. J.
I Give feet I 12 for 29c
rest 15c
your a C. E. Business Meeting W. White. cans ______

Jf.r ----
Held FridayA
.. These Beautl Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Canova, Miss IONA RED RIPE--FULL PACK

f u I Beilroon business meeting of the Christian Mary Canova, ahd Col. and Mrs.
Slippers won' Endeavor Society held Friday H. V. Knight attended a concert in TOMATOES 3No.2cans 20c

I save but they you step will] afternoon at the Manse the following Jacksonville Monday night, spon-I' __ -. !
II officers were elected for the sored by the Jacksonville Civic
I year: Music Association, In which the)
All Colors
President,Jean,pavla. had the pleasure of hearing the LARD ( ) 25c
r 69c Vice.Pree.--Robert Jackson.SecretaryMatgaretLowry.. famous violinist, Fritz Krelsler. 2LbsBulk

iY S tY'P up .
Treasurer Blllle Jackson.
Alexander & Co. Chairman-of ,Program-Louise Gingerbread Recipe Given FANCY BLUE ROSE WHOLE GRAIN
S MEN'S, I Stern; Chairman of Social-Leslie By Mrs. E. L. BiggsThe RICE 5Lbs.PRUNESL7080 25c
A. '
Pringle; Chairman of Athletics .
'I following recipe for gin .
v- WINTER WEIGHTShirts Orvis Pringle. gerbread with lemon sauce, -
Jean Davis and Margaret Lowry
& Drawers which makes a delicious dessert
w, -" t i'4tr' were elected delegates to attend for wintry days, was given by SizeLb. 5cj
the C. E. Rally of the North Flor
Mrs. E.. L. Biggs. _
55c _._
ea. ida district to be held in Green --
1 cup molasses
Cove Springs, Saturday, October IONA-Lusclou* Yellow Cling (Halves)
> OTHEK IJNDEKWEAK TO $3. 26. H teaspoon cup shortening soda PEACHES 15c |
2 Can
PATTERNS C. E. Has Hallowe'en PartyThe H cup sour milk

) rIt 98co Christian'Endeavor Society (2 cups flour

of the Presbyterian Church enjoyed Vt teaspon salt MARY-ANN Winner RockGround
1.05orilF.lt : ''I Old Fashion
; a Hallowe'en lawn party at the teaspoon ginger

DRESS!: S SBOY'S 49o Manse Friday evening, October 12, % teaspoon allspice. MEAL GRITSHOLbs. I
from seven o'clock until nine. Pulp molasses shorteningIn I I.
and heat remove from
Games and contests appropriateto pan ;
fire and stir in soda beatingwell.
the Hallowe'en season were en- 21c 25c
joyed on the spacious.lawn ,decorated Beat eggs and add sour .
It fj 48c with jack-o'-lanterns. milk; sift dry ingredients three _CI
4 'J The fortune telling In charge of times; add liquids and dry Ingredients 25c
to 08oN
Jean Davis and the witch's brewIn to molasses alternately

K!:W EST NOVKLTV' TIKs. *'. charge of Margaret Lowry were in small amounts beating 20c
especially enjoyed. 'well. Bake about S3 minutes

Figure-Moulding Costume Slips That YOUNG MEN'S Mrs. Jackson and Miss Louise Lemon Sauce ROYAL

4 Fit Smooth With Never A Ripple FLANNEL PANTS serving Jackson refreshments assisted Mrs.:to Lowry'"twenty-, in 1{,4 tablespoon cup sugar cornstarch Gelatin or Chocolate Pudding Pkg. 7c

Gorgeously Lace-Trimmed. Strikingly Comfortable Keen-Looktag seven guests.Miss 2 tablespoons lemon juice and POSTUM CEREAL Pkg. 25c
grated rind of one lemon
'',1 Designed Step-ins You'll Think Are bona Searing of Elizabeth, dash of nutmeg HERSHEY'S

't'' Dreams. Boudoir Pajamas That Promise N.. J. and Mr. and Mrs. Andrew 2 tablespoons butter BAR CHOCOLATE CANDY 3 for lOc
Muller of Sumlt., N. J., have returned 1 cup boiling water.,
Luxurious, Restful Moments. to their respective homes Mix sugar and cornstarch add HEINZ I

Truly A ,Lingerie Grouping To See I after a visit here with their parents boiling water and salt and boll STRAINED (Baby) FOODS '3 for 25c
Mr. and Mrs. C. O. Searing.Bill until thick and clear, continue

cooking in double boiler 20 BLUE RIBBON T.SYRUP.can8NO 65c

Thou, who is manager of minutes; beat In butter lemon
"M SLIPS STEP-INS PAJAMAS one of the Ruasel McPhail ice ;Juice and nutmeg. SHEEN I

cream parlors In Jacksonville, wasa CAKE FLOUR Pk?. 3lc|
recent guest of his parents Mr.

39c 19c' 98cto and Mrs.,Tbeo Tlpon. ABP c _
As Low :As. _..._,1.29 Mr. and Mrs. J."F. Colley. Misses REAL

1.98 up. to 1.98 a V AI.r'E FLANNELS a. .:s Katie and Virginia Fugate, and ESTATEIF LIPTON'S TEAIb.. Pkg 23c

Virginia Fugate. and ,Miss Marjorie -
WOMEN'S BEST QUALITY OUTING PAJAMAS 1.25CJIILDREN.S ', _, We' Are Expecting McMillan spent' Saturday MARSHMALLOWS Lb. bag 1
1 O. VIne Shipment of visiting In GalneaylUe.Mrs. .
Sweaters for Men Women I BUY,SELL OR RENT WALDORF

and Children. We .,Q. H. Bennett spent Friday SEE US-' TOILET TISSUE 6 Roll 2!
Bought Early and Our
ALEXANDER & COMPANY Price OK This I.IIIe !n Jacksonville jut guest of her Have You, Club Yet?
'Are Lower Tkma A.* son-in-law and da"alater'Uw..u4. WILSONTY: Joined the Fruit CaJ
.., 4 toot Market Value. 1\\(,.. Randolph H. Boree she was -
IN GREEN BUILDING) I accompanied home by Mrs. Bores .CORP. '
Alexander & Co. p7
who spent the week-end here, Mr A. & FOOD

: Boree joined his wife here Sunday..,.
S' tc i .. '. I

l.,, n'ny'b' rA' 'W i "Jr.

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.,,',pCTo8ER 2,1088 ___ _. __ __ ,_ _. .ISR.\DFORD_ COUNTY TEL6GR.1'il ST.-\RKF.. FI.ORID.\ P.\GE FIV4 .;,;j r a q, t
'" .. .. "
--- -- -0' I -- -- -- '- -. _.- ---.---- '-" -.. .--.. .. 'L; i l" ;
Mrs. Louis
Is visiting Jernigan Miss of Galneavllle Mr. and Mrs. Ralph W.: Davis week. Mr. and Mrs. Micell. and home In Tampa after spending the ,\!&, :': 't. ); F
Johns for several days. : children, Helen Jane, and I daughter were enroute to their immmer at Junaluaka, N. C. ,i Ii.+ p'( : l I 11;
Bits of Jr., have moved to Miami. ''I", ( .
Davis was In the dairy biml- :;h,\'" Y 1. :
I I Dr. and Mrs. B. S. Carroll, here. ?

local Nevis'COXCERNING of Jacksonville Mrs. F. H.were Long.guests John-M.-Seymour haa returned Canova Pharmacy I ry .
---- Starke for the winter after
Mrs. C. H. Nasworthy and : : several months at Ridley ,i
OUR PEOPLE, BUSINESS AND William Dobrow spent Pa., and in the Adirondack
visiting In Jacksonville. EXTRA SPECIAL '
Mrs. J. J. Canova and small Mr. and Mra. E. J. Wainwright Rubbing Alcohol, Per Pint .. .. _. lie \,
John, of Gainesville were announcing the birth of a son, p,, r I
Monday of Mrs. E. E. Canova. Joseph. Jr., on October 18. :< .
[ Wainwright was formerly $2.50 Krank's Lemon Cleansing Cream /
C. 1. stockwell wa a business Mrs. Bryan Wester, of Lake Miss Eunice Perkins and Curtis Roundtree of Waldo. 98c ''fJ, ..
to Tallahassee Monday. Wales was a week-end guest of Ernestine BuJdington spent Saturday ,,
!IItor Mrs Jessie Mae Blakely.Mr. j Miss Essie Coleman was a ( ,.
In Jacksonville over the week-end of her 50c I>r. WESTS TOOTH BRUSHES ____________ 39c J. .

n, A. S.Gainesville Crews was Monday.a business and Mrs: N. F. Guilford and Misses Badge and Hazel Middleton and sister-in-law, Mr. and 50c MINERAL OIL (Pint) ___________________ 39c :.
to G. W. Coleman in Lake But-
tor- son Norwood, spent last week spent Saturday visiting relatives 75c SQUIBB MINERAL OIL ____ _.____________ 59c j ',\ ";
')111. A. SCrews spent Tuesday end in Jacksonville visiting friends. in Jacksonville ASPIRIN TABLETS .__ ______.___h_ 29c ,;
Those attending the North Flor
Jacksonville. Mrs. W. A Scott I is In Presbytery and Presbyterial at, 1.00 WAMPOLE'S COD LIVER OIL ___________ 69c '1, .
visiting in day Mrs.in Jacksonville A. F. Sauls as spent a guest Mon-of visiting her sister, Mrs. Mateo, Monday, were Dr G. ALL 50c TOOTH PASTE .! _______________ 39c
was : Glatzau. .
Lowry, Mr. and Mrs. Charles
jicKwnvllle carlyle Monday. Mrs. L. C..DuBois, Mrs. E. M. Davis and Mrs 25c LISTERINE SHAVING CREAM _.*_,._.?..__ 19c '!4'' .

Miss Willie :Mae Sibley, of Tallahaasee B. Hull. 25c TIIEDFORIVS BLACK, DRAUGHT ________ 17c
Sistrunk was a business Mr. and Mrs. C. Q. Priest and spent last
riSorto r a Palatka Tuesday. family were visiting:; in Ocala Sun. with Misses Julia and week-end Marie Tlson.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Mizell and 50c MII.K OF MAGNESIA; .__ ___________ __ 29c!
day. Miss Ora Mizell, of 15c PUTNAM DYE __ ______________..__ lOc e ai
Stump will spend and Mrs. 1 L- S. Hutto, were guests of Mrs J.
illss Marjorie ; R i
weekend here with her pan Miss Mildred Hundley, of the Edna Hutto, and P. M. .. White on Thursday of last
Mr and Mrs F. F. Stump.. State Farm, recently spent several spent Sunday In Jacksonville. ALCOHOL and WITCH HAZEL _s...___..__ _. lOc
days! here with Miss Dorothy Sapp 35c VICK'S SALVE ___---____________ 29c "rl'', d
if, and Mrs. Pen.Sunday and vis- Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Green \1 50c VICK'S NOSE DROPS ___ ________________ 39c.KOTEX !) '
UJM Pat Lambe Mrs Jessie Mae Blakely and daughter, Betty, were visiting r
W In Jacksonville.- Mrs.: Sam Anderson were visitingIn Jacksonville Saturday. _.. ._ _________________ 19c ft
Jacksonville Friday... 1.00 SIZE COD LIVER OIL TABLETS ________ 79c!) ,
Lillie Miss Joan Carpenter hasturned .- Former Representative C 0 1.00 WINE CARDUI .u _______________ .__ 6e!) t : '" I
after to a her visit home here in with Jackson-herude Mr.son and, Freeman Mrs. Freeman Jr., and Registerand Miss Butler to, Starke of New Tuesday.River, was a visItor RED PEPPER, Per Pound ._- ._______-_ ._ 29c!) k ,

n. relatives in Tampa, Sunday. I Miss Mlna Mantissa and Al Manassa Glasses PARIS GREEN. Per Pound ._ _. .. .._.- ... ,-. 33c '.
spent Saturday in Jacksonville ARSENATE OF LEAD, Per Pound ___. 15c :
50c woonUtJItY'sUIOND LOTION ._ 3lc ;

\ SPECIAL Mrs. G. H. Lowry and daughter- 118 STARKE W. Walnut FLA.St. FRIDAY & SATURDAY-CASH ONLY x h
Margaret, also Miss Lucile Mitchell
NOTICEThe spent Saturday In Jacksonville.Mr. 't
t 1
MARKET Is Now Open For Business With New And announce, October the 18.arrival of a son Friday Pl'RK CANESUGAR TIP TOP GROCERY RICE I '

}Modern Equipment. We Carry A Complete Line of ; ,
Fresh And Salt Water Sea Foods At All Times, Also Miss Helen Brice, of Brlceville '
C. II. NASWORTHY, Owner and Operator \Vhnla Grain ,
Fresh Fruits And Vegetables. was the guest this week of Mrs.Hulda
, Corpening. 5 Lbs. 5 Lbs. '
N. T. Ritch will go to Jacksonville Hi,
today to spend the I PRICES OCTOBER 25 and 26 !
Will Buy Chickens In Any Quantities., 25c 23c
with his cousin, Miss Gloria Johns.Mrs. '
: Glenn Searing of Jacksonville : ,
We Invite All The Good People Of friends lOc'h''I a
Bradford County To Visit Our Mar- Monday.was visiting HEINZ SOUPS SALTINES 1 Ib. box

' ket. We ,Are Open for Inspection. :
3 Small 25e 2 25e
Miss Nancy Kldd) of Richmond I ; Large PRUNES Lb. _ Se
DON'T FORGET WILLIAMS, THE FISH MAN Va., is here visiting Mrs. R. G. H
He Knows His Fish Kldd and Mrs. Florence Canova. Del Monte CATSUP, 14-oz 15c ARGO PEAS, 2 cans__ .27e e+ ,
t r i
I' Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Quigley werIn i GUAVA NO. tv, CAN ( ; 1 rr

I Sanitary Sea Food & Produce Mkt. tlonal Jacksonville Jacksonville meeting.Thursday Baptist attendingthe Associa JELLY 2 Lb. Jar 35c TABLE PEACHES ISc f 1

Mr. and Mrs iA. W.. Redgrave MUae"r( : BEST WHITE SIDE BEST PLATES ,
returned Tuesday from a two weeks
visit In Petersburg, Virginia, with
relatives.Mrs. 'I'3 BOXES lOc ;+

HALL'SVariety H. B. McLendon, Mrs. E. S. 22c Lb. 19c 3 for lOc
Matthews, Mrs. Hulda CorpenIng,
and E. L. Matthews spent Tuesdayin

this r..
[ GroceryON Miss Pauline Priest spent
. week In Fort White where she visited WESTERN ROUND REAL SUKET TENDER' ',j ,'
her aunt, Mrs. W B. Holllngs
I SPECIALS LAST 'THROUGH Dr. and Mrs. C. F. Sayles of '1i'? wr # j
Miami, spent several days here FIIESII' ONIONS 3 Lbs.WEINERS lOc ,
WEEK OF OCTOBER 24TH. this week with Judge and Mrs. E. SMALL FANCY r

Calhoun Lb. 17c Lb. __ .. .5c
BREAD, 3'of any kind ._ _.__ _ 25c Mrs C. Green-
wood, S. C., Is here visiting her PURE PORK HUN/ KIST FNOYSAUSAGE

,GRITS, 5 Lbs. ______ ..____ _____ 15c Mrs.brother-in-law W. P. Smith.and sister, Mr and Lb. 25c LEMONS Doz. 15c ;, '

LARD, 2 Lba _________________ 25c and Mra.Miss!: J.Alta L. Niblack Nlblaek of of Lake Tallahassee City- FANCY FAT BEAUTIFUL GOLDEN) Rll'mHENS '

were guests Sunday of Mrs Pound 16c BANANAS 3 Lbs., 14c r cc

POTATOES, 10 Lbs. _________ '._ 15c A. A. Brown. ,
Hudson Turner, of Fort Myers,
-KETCHUP. 14-oz. _________Ifo spent visiting several his uncle days and recently aunt, here Mr. STEW Lb. 9c 10 Lbs. lOc''

I and Mrs. G. H. Bennett.Mr. r, e+
NATIONAL OATS, 2 Pkgs. ______15c
and Mrs. C. N. Ray, of New POTATOES r'5r!1 '10 Lbs. 15c
SATISFACTION COFFEE, Lb. _17c York City, have announced the,
birth of a son, Clarence Niles Ray l *
the 17th. Mr v'l
Jr., on Thursday
SALT- lf/2 Lb. Pkg.. ___________ 3c Ray student formerly in the lived B. H.here S. and wasa BEANS Pound .4/c LACKEYED BEANS I'EAS-LIMA. Pound or NOIITIIERN Se t ',

-- -
MEAL, ipLbs. _-_____ ,-...---- 22 GENT A WORD LARD L WIlITE LbIII ,
OS 2 All 5c CRACKERS, 2 for, ,9c

PEANUT BUTTER, 24-oz. _______ 25c COLUMNFOR

-PICKLES 32-oz. .(Dills) _________ 15c new RENT-On bungalow S.4 Walnut rooms Street and SPINACH No.2 Can lOc RITZ I l6.oz.pkg.." .21c

sleeping porch. Also 7 room house,
SUGAR 2 large
5 Lbs ________________25c painted, Mrs. Hamrick S. Walnut ," tiCOFFEE

MATCHES (5c Kind) .3 for ______ lOc FOR SALE-Missionary Straw- : '
berry plants on new ground. A. 2 lb.. 25e Can loci I 5 lbs. lOc 10 lb. 2Se ;

-TOMATOES, .No.. 2 Can ..._________ 7c J.. Grlttis. U GOOD HEAVYBROOMS SOLID PACK S TALL CANS + r 7' '

CREAMERY MILLIONS Maryland Missionary Genuine Strawberry Improved 20c TOMATOES 6/2c MILK .__ 17c ;?; r
CHEESE __ Lb. __ 20c Plants $1.50 per thousand fob 1
Castleberry.. Thurmond Farm,, BRING THIS HAND BILL WITH YOU AND ASK US

NEW SYRUP (Big Beer Bottle) ___ ldcsARAINFS Castleberry, Ala. 1 I I ABOUT OUR CONTEST. :
WILL BUY your pecans and pay
cash. Bring them to my house. [ ('LEAK BROOK

.-' 4 Can.._ ____M________. _i___ 15c OLD N. D. Wainwright.ESTABLISHED, Fertilizer 2tp I I' BUTTER Lh. 31e I CHEESE Lb. 2Ie ,1tCr
desires local represen
HREE DOLLAR GROCERY tative.Company Commission basis. Addres i SILVER: KINO GUARANTEED 6 LliS. 12-LHS. 21-LIJS I r'' y .

PRoER. I Box: 1106, Jacksonville, Fla. ;
EACH 25 CENT CASH RE-. I 0-18-21 FLOUR 24c39c79c '

ElVES ONE CHANCE TQWIN,SAT- !FROST-PROOF lard Plant Leadl.Cabbage w and*Col-** i : '

AY NIGHT, 8.-00 P. M. 73o make thousand.prompt' shIpments.Fine plant Tlfton WU

Plant Coinpaay.TUton* O*. 4e

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l files/ ) In this way: LIVESTOCK MARKETING --..-_ -- ---. -- TRAIN -
v 8thEDlEffective :
t Sprinkle borax In garbage cans FACILITIES FOR STATE ";'

and other places where files breed, ARE BEING AUGMENTED and June 16th trait
I 12 will be
r except manure and other matter NEWSI trains dlsconttnued

SECTION C used as fertilizer. Borax Is especially GAINESVILLE--Marked expan- LIVE STATE lows: 15 and 18 will rUI1 B'

good to use on stable sion In livestock marketing facilities -

floors because it can easily be of the Florida territory is noticeable Southbound I
Conducted by Demonstration Aarents sprinkled into the cracks in the. at this time, says W. J. News of Florida In Short Paragraphs ,No. l 1--Due Due Starke 1.3: oV J,

floor and will kill' the maggots Sheely, agent in animal husbandrywith ; No. Starke .:

quite quickly. the State Agricultural Extension 107-Due Starke 9:42 ,

Borax injures some plants, so It Service. Both, hogs and cattle No. 191-Due Starke 10:57'I
: 1M ll .MI - Northbound
, should not be put on fertilizer If are bringing better prices and -- No., 2-Due
" large amounts of the fertilizer there Is Increased Interest *n their Starke 522Starke :
i RURAL I Hints To Housewives may be used later for plants. production and, marketing, Mr. MARIANNA-State Senator H. -The Supreme No. '10B-Due Starke 12:0: I
Here is another method of Sheely points out. ::1:111:
' pre- Hays Lewis was buried In the Court held that assistant State attorneys Starke and
; COMMON SENSE venting breeding: I A new auction lancet, .o which family burial ground near here after do not have,authority- No. 101-Leaves Wannt' Bran,
Weekly from Home Demonstration Make solution of hellebore farmers may bring their animalsto Starke 7:00: I
i a funeral services attended by file Informations in court charging Nos 102-Arrlves
By SPUDS :JOHNSONFARMERS Specialist, TaUaluuMee (this may be bought at a drug- be auctioned off, will open in more than 1000 persons headed by persons with crimes. Only State T 1:50

store) by stirring one-half poundof Gainesville on October 21 and sales Gov. Dave Sholts and other persons attorneys, as constitutional offi- J. CRIFF'l

; SHOULD USE GET RID OF FLIES hellebore into ten gallons of wa will be held each Monday thereafter high in public life cers, may exercise: that function, NOTICE To -

!, CARE AND COOPERATE Cleanliness about the house and ter. Pour this solution over the This Is the first market of the court said, In ordering the discharge You are hereby cn.fJ"I'OR8 notified

TO AVOID FIRE LOSS yard Is the best way to get rid of manure piles and other places Its kind la Florida, but a similar FERRY SHIP of Paul Ricks in Manatee ,''yOU lent may any claim or demand to,

Fire: One of man's greatest servants flies. Wash garbage cans with where flies may breed. plan has been worked in Georgia KEY WEST-FERA officials County.COULDNT. 0. J. ssl. d r'''RM.'I!h..IE"G,

I when controlled and used and water after they are Kill files inN this : and South Carolina for severamonths. County Judge ot Bradford ,'
soap way rlorlda C
said .
Public citizens of temporary ferry shipsare at hla t ,,"',
spirited 'Ih ,
carefully by him. emptied. Clean up everything Use sticky fly paper in kitchens Florida, within
being rushed to completion in BE WORSE
Alachua County made the Gainesville the date of publtcatlonhul
the and Flies like to ,
defines cauain godors. Keep garbage dining rooms.
Thus one correctly
might market facilities possible. the Florida Keys, swept by a trop DADE CITY-Mrs. Grace M. notice or name will b.. '
s well covered at all times. Screenall rest on a cord or on long norrow law barlOctober -|-
tire, but the definition of uncontrolled Armour and ical hurricane last Labor Day, and Evans, 57-year 'old, gray-haired and void.
Company i reopen-
f f. fire would be quite differ.rent. doors and windows. objects hanging from a celling. 18th 1015
ing Its Tlfton about rail and motor travel Into this isolated woman thanked Circuit Judge
Georgia, plant B. J. ALDEIIMAN-
(, In fact, uncontrolled fire may Kill maggots (the worms of Spools of sticky fly paper hung November 1 which has been closed Island city will be resumednot John U. Bird when he sentencedher AdminiMrNotlcS Jr.10U.4t.ll8 ,,
One of from the ceiling are especially
be defined in this manner:
later than November.
to life
imprisonment for
for twelve fourteen Swift slay-
' or years.
" the greatest destroyers of life and 4-H club members and Future good to use. ..'
many and Company is expanding, its operations Ing her husband F. A. Evans She -
I '
property. Farmers.'"" Use a formaldehyde solution In at Moultrie, also, Mr. ACCIDENT TOTAL, HIGH told Judge Bird lhat life in the I. herlby %"en i ,

Uncontrolled fire destroyed Checking the condition of chim- any or all rooms. Put a teaspoonful Sheely says.. TALLAHASSEE-Florida's automobile state prison at RaIford could not hal may concern that f will tII? ."h II
$225.000,000: worth of property and neys, stoves barns, garages, of a forty per cent solution of report and apply to the II
A new cold storage, killing and accident death rate for possibly be worse than the fifteen able E. K. Perrytnun (
the lives of 3,500 persons in rural brooders, and other buildings and formaldehyde and water in a cup packinghouse has been opened in the past year was thirty-nine per years she spent with her husband. ot for my final dlH"harll'e'mlllY ax $xr J
sections of the United States in facilities the farm Is one way of half milk and half water and the Estate nf l"nra B. I'll.I ,
Marianna and; the National Stock cetfl: above the average for the en- --. on the 2hd day ot Nov,
1M4. of keeping down fires, he explains. add a small amount of brown su tire at the Court Hone Ih A. D
yards in Jacksonville Is continuing country, and the State ranked Slarke' J
"Be careful with fire," la one of Secretary Henry Wallace, of the gar. This mixture will attract and Its operations"' along Increased fourth among the States In the MODERN ELI WHITNEY "n Ida,application my application being, bard

the oldest maxims of mankind' Department of Agriculture, makes kill flies. It works best when i number of fatal accidents for each MIAMI-An attorney, who after County Judge now 011 tile With

everyone has heard It time and' these suggestions for preventing there are no crumbs or anything I II lines.Mr. 100,000 population office hours turned from the law Joseph. 8l"rui".

time again, but the losses by fire serious fire losses: else around for files to eat. Place Sheely says that higher to labor on an invention for profitably 10.n-ft.n.l

each year point to the fact that Organize, equip, and maintain a I I the mixture In shallow plates with prices and'the Fat Stock Show In stripping the silky fibre

many do not heed this wise advice. rural fire department in every I a piece of bread in the middle of Jacksonville, held for the first time MORE COTTON GINNED from ramie stalks, believes his NOTICE M le8her '" 11" ..:
last March, have combined to stimulate TALLAHASSEE: cotton b Y II'h',n Ii
will hobby-quest has been successful.Miami's der 'A'
The flies and
Fire strikes swiftly and devastatingly community. each plate. light on by virtue or a FlnRI
Interest In all forms of livestock ning In Florida is 6000 bales aheadof tee of
sweetened "Ell Whitney" of ramie is Foreclosure mAde
and no one knows whetherit Establish a suitable alarm system the bread and eat the der"d

will strike his home, barn, or to assure prompt service in mixture. The quickest way to kill Ii for market.. the 1934 season. The Federal Charles R. Pierce, who hopes to kin.. JudgehofltheoClrrultACnu'

other farm buildings next. It behooves event of fire.Provide flies with this bait Is to pull down Department of Commerce reported both grow the plant, a native of to the and ath Judicial Cliuult tot Fl,.

everyone to work: togetherto adequate water storage all the window shades except one, CONDEMNS BOYCOTTJACKSONVILLEAlleged innings[ up to October 1 totaled China, and manufacture the finished Chancery for, dated Bradford October County 2. 19

prevent fires. facilities on every farm and near leave this shade up five or six boy 12,464 bales as compared to 16,- cloth in South ,Florida. that certain cause therein I
824 bales to the date last pending between J. W.
"Actual losses can be reduced rural buildings for fighting fire. Inches from the sill, and set the cotting of Tampa wholesale merchants same i" Admlnlatrator of the Andr.w ENIRI

permanently by educational work Install and maintain fire extinguishers bait In the light. and manufacturers by per- year. Jackson County led the I EDUCATOR TO RUN W. Andrews, 1'11'' ? 11"80011> ,i
State with 7072 bales. Plaintiff and J.
and systematic safeguards against and appliances 1% farm Spray the room with a patented sons living along the route of the !! -o-, I OCALA-J. Colin English, principal Defendants., the W.undermined Edu'erd' I

fire," says V. N. Valgren, of the homes and buildings. manufactured product guaranteedto Florida ship canal has been con- BLIND of Ocala Schools, and a leader 'I MU.V> r"IJKaPl". "' "">< AH *?'
insurance unit of the Credit is kill files and Use demned Jacksonville WARNED to execute'
Farm Nothing quite so discouragingto mosquitoes. by city com- in name, will
TALLAHASSEE state educational circles, announced on Monday, the 4ih
Administration. "Fire prevention a farmer as seeing his home or according to directions on the can. missioners. Copies of the condem- The State of November leas, .hirlna- eke J
last week that he Is a
today Is a steady, insistent program big barn go up in smoke. To avoid NOTE: If there are any questions nation resolution were sent to the Road traffic Department has announcedIts candidate for the office of State door hours In of Starke.Hale before Florida the, Cnurth sell tli,
division would
for active educational this disaster the farmer about these directions If commissioners and start a highest
calling progreslve or city chambersof Superintendent of Public Instruction and best bl'Mer' for .
work In schools. It would profit will take cognizance of the suggestions you want help on other problems, commerce in Tampa, Bradenton, campaign Monday against auto- the following described html"*.
mobiles A native of Lee County, oats lying l ; and being In Uia!
many farm fathers to learn some I made by Secretary Wallace get; in touch with your Home Denj- Sarasota, Lakeland, Sanford and with defective lighting English served there for twelve County Florida, to-wlt: <
of the methods being taught to and Mr. Valgren. onstratlon Agent. DeLand. equipment. It said traffic men R'-!, of the aWl S,
would be stationed throughout the years as teacher, principal and superintendent tl 21. own hip 6 halt,

State to stop motorists with faulty until called to a larg Block 22 East' alMO lot" '. 2, and '
23 of Temple' Aildlti,
,YY } head, and tail lights, and require er field. to the town of Hlailto IllS'

them to correct the equipment. '- tlon .Z8, TowiiHhlp a. iu
Rang 28 Fast; aNn the !N4
e ROOSEVELT INVITED the HWtt of the NC', of Hecti
MOSS GETTING VALUABLE 10(, Township 7 South Hong
OCALA +President Roosevelt East.

JACKSONVILLE: Reports ofan has been Invited to stop off here with the'appurtenances, old' KB''

increased demand for Spanishmoss on his way home from the Canal be made pursuant to said l>ecr.

: fF.i,51 \ ; in northern upholstery factories Zone to view the start of the cross- aunty the A. S.name CREWS and ,coat

r3' { started Works Progress Administration Florida ship canal project. The As Special blaster In Chan,,
officials on a research invitation was'extended by the
program. William L. Wilson, Marlon County Chamber of Com OK- PtltLlrIIONOriCK .
\ \1
who has charge of WPA research Senator .
merce through Duncan U. (0 '1'1'11ori'

.}'{.b A ?,F.k. .', ,F4: $ : hi. {' iFf "' .vrYH } ..ilt coordination, said he learned in Fletcher and will be delivered to lnE! !IB e MARK tl\en to 1
: < n.F ;> ., :{ ;: 5, p { :. tl' wife GAY, flu
C' ,0
:btaV: i ;wtks'$ : .,9? ,\r. e,* New York hair prices have risen I j the President aboard the cruiser Bill of Complaint has been
:$,e. o ,F! .3jJab k fi sharply, bringing new demand for Houston. Circuit you and each of you In
"Ec Court of Bradford Cm
}., ,. Y >v ,.'> Cni aiZ: E.ir{ 2c'ks' p. '' the moss.. I I Florida Chancery. In that
ra { : n "'
yv K }Ya '
xw y tain ,
eauaeentitied The Fey
h% 'sn >S '
nrskl'1 )u"'k"k.Y ; GRADING AND PACKING JU} >TO DRAIN Land Bank of Columbia' Plali
.a pkLF.YY > ., versus T. J. day and wife Mary
myq. s
><: r iF pf; ,; } } wki. : MUST BE CONSIDERED' I TALLAHASSEEResTd'ent et ale Defendant, to foreclon
:{;;,;; ; : ati. a 9, Mortgage :
} ? covering follow*
l' ) BY TRUCK PRODUCERS members of the Okeechobee flood
-- .
,W'.r scribed lands, situate, lying an.
: ''GFs : aFFs 2o,. a Z' % ) control board will begin conferringwith InC In the County of Bradford,
;3 R !.. : ... a GAINESVILLE! Grading and property owners in that section of Florida, to-wit:
{: 8.i.! of SV4 of NE>4 and RE",
f :. ? {pa.Sv'i k
/ _. p' 4n,11' to be considered by truck growers federal government to assume of Sec. S3: and NW>, of Her
6} a >}x lees Bft of a% of SWi of NV
},:.,: ;;3f: If' they expect to get top prices for maintenance of the big drainage of Sec. 34, all In Tonnnhlp
their project. will to obtain South, Range 20' '
products on the central market They attempt ac'I:: 'U'THEREFORF
.. .s Ing 20 acres more }less.
:' w .xav. says Dr. F. S. Jamison, State titles to land used In flood you and e.>
'v :'z: s"n' ., Experiment Station horticulturist. canal rights of way and for spoil- you named In this Notice are h,
required to Appear to the said
iaR Most growers Dr. Jamison age areas where dirt from the ca- of Complaint *o filed nnnlnt

states, are primarily Interested In nals can be deposited. on the 't"tu".td'tlou" of November: :
at the ( In Ptnrke
belt and largest production, which Ida; otherwise a Decree Pro
Is Important, but some of them do SNAKE BITES SURVEYOR fe so will be entered against
and each of you, for failure I
not give enough care and thoughtto PALATKA, -G. T. Faulkner of pear. '

the problem. placing their Tilghman, Md., has recovered from IT IS ORDERED that thin "
be week for
products on the market in such the effects of a snake bite sustained consecutive published weeks once a In the Hrai

condition that they will bring high- as he worked with a survey. County: Telegraph:, a news
In i
eat prices and provide the consumer ing party on the right-of-way of ford having County general Florida.

I with the most satisfactory com the cross-Florida ship canal.. 'A This i6! day of September

modity. cottonmouth moccasin struck the 1986.. A.'J. THOMAS!;

He points out that standard young surveyor In the face, but its Clerk Circuit Court

BagY, ... P ,PS. graded products bring premiums fangs did not ,find a hold there 10--5t-ll.1 of Bradford County, Flf

over mixed or ungraded productson and finally pierced, his shoulder.A .

sTIlE the big markets. For this reason member of the party sucked the ORDER OP Prnl.lOTIO\

eytt he asserts, Florida truck poison from the wound. \OTICIO TO .%PPK%B
_. lo L
.wretx+ r NOTICE la hereby given
growers will find It worthwhile to .> Weller, also known a" Malwll

-- carefully grade their products and ARREST OFFICIALS Weller.Emlenton whose" Pennsylvania place of rriM that f I

r see that they are packed neatly TAMPA-Sam Crosby, city detective of Complaint has been filed oI

-- and properly and shipped so they ; J. L. Young, election product you In the Circuit In Court Chancery of BrJ, >
County Florida
will arrive on the market In first official, and Earl Gatt, were certain cause entitled The F

lass condition. arrested by sheriffs deputies and Land Bank of Columbln. I'l'l
FOR B. Shlpnmn et s'Tfendants
NEW FORDVO 1936 versus
charged indirect informations, to forecloNe a M<"

FARMERS TO VOTE ON with "casting an Illegal ballot"". in lands covering situate the, following lying and d.-bed'\

CONTINUING CORN-HOG the Tampa municipal primary on Bradford County Florida. tn I INBU
w \'" .:lf .' ADJUSTMENT PROGRAM 3. The the of SE14, of HE'' .. tI.rll''I
September cases were
.r- .
3 ..
::;}..... ..... .. ...I .. Tp. 6 South R. 23 Eat IM
"' ? outgrowth, County Solicitor C. Jay 49 Smiths Map); also N'i 0<]

Th. New Ford V-8 U tton about the Iacrodboaury dri u'a touch like well-trained horse. GAINESVILLE The questionof Hardee said, of the activities of of Bwft' and North. Sec I acres. 23. I'
Why do w. soy no (|U*. a continuance of the corn-hog adjustment election of of SW\% .N
county deputies on day, (Lot
South, tt. 22 Kast
for 19381' of the Ford V-8 for 1936. You don't have to "push" or "fight" the program into 1938 will be when more than sixty persons, No 66 and part of Lots No

;In more praclie.l matters, many Ford V-8 -driver and car oasuy get determined by producers -of the most'of them election workers, No.In all i8 85 acres mnreor ,leer
What is new about it? United States in referendum here
a were arrested. THEBEFORB3. you are
fa the ..mpro..m.hall.. 6.." mad.011.. terms, of good understanding with losing October 26, and Florida 4- quired to appear to againetd f floD
Of course the newest .ngin. each od COlllplalnt eo tiled
fi.ld Lsst1'1-tit. V-8 engine. arring is mod* sari.1' by ajpow Bt_ring r. producers, whether or not they are TO GREET ROOSEVELT the 2nd day ot December IHArks, Fotherwise 1
low-price car operating under adjustment contracts SARASOTA Interest in the the Court HoulO8 In
recently -
An engine{ has much to do with the pro C
Th. circulate Decree
cooling sryrtom a
Since Ford mad. it available to all car gear'ratio. In 1935 are urged by officials announced plan to send a will be entered' against you r

'users' (keeping it as economical as cars SVi gallon of water through a roominess of a car. Very much indeed. of the State Agricultural Extension Florida motorcade of 10,000 cars ...rrTt f'RED that thie l

with fewer cylinders) the Ford V-8 has now. larger radiator. Natural Uionao A long engine uses up car space. Th. i Service to vote in the ref- to greet President Roosevelt In Atlanta published once'a week II f
V-B of the erendum. It, is pointed out that on Nov. 19 Is growing by consecutive weeks In the ,1
two acps engine permits new'pailag
yphon action Ie OMbted by a County Telegraph a }
been the newest engine on the market of
only by having an expression leaps and bounds, according general circulation In "I

and remains the newest for 1938. ,trifugal wat.r pumps: New.-yle hood ordinary engine space to bo used by preference for or against the program Judge Paul C. Albritton, Sarasota County, Florida.of October, A. \

Iou"" permit a rapid air-Dow around passengers. it Is possible to arrive at the County Chamber of Commerce ( Thtii1 day
You buy a car on minor "talking; : O..FlCI..t.LJfAI!.
may true .entiment of growers. committee. chairman, said this I
f.ath..nom'; It really is a great car fa every way.lure Clerk Circuit Court
point* -some specially advertised County agricultural agents and week. "We have received Inquiries Bradford County. F

with the car thrown fa**-but after Easier quieter shifting oi Ford gars this 19x8; -Ford V-8-the finest safest. adjustment; committees will conduct from every section of the state 10-H-it-U-lS ...

most dependable Ford ear ever built the referendum, and opportunity about this motorcade and we do
shift tare travels
alL it is the engine you buy when youTh.. gear now. a '
Now Ford dealers. to vote; will. be given to everyone not believe that the estimate of ch
on display by
buy a car. Hence w. put the engine first. shorter distanco. who can qualify as a producer 10,000 cars I* too ambitious at this C

says W' J. Sheely, Exten- time,", Judge Albritton said.
Other new point about thm car The two oaaHllejtT you want I"mo. ,
non agent In animal husbandry. .
.. a kong Ii.,. bfahft-Broken, that stop th. car with LOW FORD V-8 PRICES Meetings In which the situation CANAL PROGRESSING 666Li Fe

Its bnes ore much"mere beautifuL The ease and a rtdnh. Ford Supor-Safoty with reference to corn and bogs OCALA-Contracts have been I fin

'Brains of tho long-tested foolproof.mechanical THOmZN BODY TTPES-Coup. (3 windows). will be explained are expected to awarded to eight firms from six .trn> TA.sLr.TR Head

hood is longer and sweeps forward over $510.'Tudor Sedan 1520 Fordo. ...-. $50. be scheduled In the principal producing states for the stripping of 13, 3S: ,- .ALvw:\- 1.0510 In SO
design.Safmty :
distinctive I counties prior to the date 000 DSOrs
the neW'cacliator grille. giving irumbU $560. cubic yards of overburden
DE LUXE-aoedstet (wUfc Met).
the electrfcally of th* referendum. along the right-of-way of the
the cca a length and grace that are a J windows). $570. Coupe (S window.). Don't Get Up N
welded steel Safety Coupe ( ; While details of the plan for the trans-Florida canal at a cost of .,
instantly impressive. Th. fenders are genuine body. laded 936 will not be workedout *
s. Phaeton. SSML Sedan. SSU. Cab-: I program 293997930. This excavating, on THIS fce .LAo fJfJI'JR' "

larger with a wid. flare. Horns are conGICD8 all aroDO extra COS..Huun.'rr: (wilb nuBble soot). H23. Fordo* Sedan.US. until it Is determined whetherthe twenty-three stretches of theca, rRJE Gut I

cealed: behind circular grilles beneath dreds have written grateful' ". because Tndor Toorina Sodom (with boOItattank program Is to be placed Into nal in :Marlon County.and cue In and,If excess it fails to.Clush wllicb! you
effect next year It Is presumed Putnam County, to be done'at an that ...a.l.ebuchu. .
the headlamps. steel wheels.Uphelsiery this glass has protected the safetyefllM. SSM. Feeder SMaa (with bum- regularity .,.I fo II
), Tetanp that the pfan! will be similar. to the average cost of 21.72 cents a yard card' oil otc. theta

.. r.ta .- atwft. i 04 iIIIUB4f ...einllUe.A fa ksp3. $... "tearlltlb1i tw/tl14i1t fit!. p!tts!}<'RP' W.tlt. '@t.!%4 Yf1lAagfI.' wU] give employment to 0,040 mod" tablets Work Bukets.tlve. o" the his

qualify arid iftd.llenf! t laste-ls rlCn ahd' ear you eon Jrlo. without shahs. p.0.... ....... t91t1..s .. .-. ....: ..is tp4 #4Aprml)1! pl 1' !: .by W I9 b_" JflCajH.oJ... "I laP to. e mrtlng.4rtor *lhtdd.rlre l

..................... xla tart tr....+r hwt. SeCretary Wallace win announceon Newman, Jr.. chief of the operations scanty Poorly flow. tr.qu.lnt 1.o I
enduring. ,Th. appointments of the car alt rfay, if you Kke. in city or country: > ... are sa..beel '!!. 9 November 5 whether the program division of the canal district asor be.k w

have a new touch of r.Sn.melnf. There> Steady. holds tho road,.responds to the, it.. 0 te..11.e..a i''' u r cssZ' ap y. will be placed Into effect. said, today., I I'sot o.r pleased, li. IUte..U'any 4ro..I.t Drugr

"\\'If ;''," :,"'.p '''r.'TIf''l'. \ ";.-.....'wm+.wrr? ,,,pNwn, ""\" ',.,.....W. rn.i"Pfi;"II'.T!: q ..,'\..,..',.,.,.,

25. 19S5 I. .v

--- -- ---- .
DIIUEOTOBtBAPTIST - -. -- .. -.. .
t.Ut _- Tigert Promises have awakened In the past A ROSE BY ANY OTHER NAMEA of a big word to tell his wife. H*

fIRST CHURCH $ $ Unusual "I am urging every alumnus and man consulted bas physician passed a music store and saw the

f, C. B- PrIce' Pastor EventsAt good friend of the University to for a general run-down condition. word "Syncopation" In the win-
Ie School, 10 o'clock a. m.. Non yrO'5IIAUGufl5.aarree Homecoming avail themselves of this Homecoming The doctor told him he was BufferIng -
dow and decided to tell his wife
SIIJIdayTbO ev ,
lR8, Supt. 6ltitaAGe Extraordinary! A numberof from alcoholism. He told the
lA/ea --
I. Worship, 11 a. m. GAINESVILLE distinguished guests will be doctor he wouldn't dare tell his that was the disease he had. When

Irp;U. 6:45: p. m. from Pee rlIlg0yn.Mjei tation to the alumni A, cordial patrons Invi and with us and It la confidently expected "wife that, and asked for some biff he told her, she was terribly alarm..

7:30 W m. friends of the University of Flor- that there will be a record- word to tell her that would obscure ed and consulted the dictionary as

'TeacheWor8P dues- ida to attend the annual Home- breaking attendance. We hope you the moaning The doctor refused to Its meaning. She read the definition -

will come and enjoy each and ev- to give him any other name.! "Erratic leaping from bar
8'45 p. m'fld.week --h- ..f'__' '. -" tii: coming here October 23-26 was Issued
I' Prayer servIce Wed- this ery feature which has been planned On his way home he tried to think to bar"
m, (SYNOPSIS Michael (Windy) Ing from the performers. J, Tigert. by. President John for your entertainment."
?: ? I
y, O'Shaughnensy. world famous Suddenly, he took to his feet likea I
-Church animal traIner In Hustings' frightened hare and darted away, One of the big features of Home- LET SNORE; BOREE FUNERAL HOME

Pastor. Greater Circus, hall been deserted "Windy! Windy O'Shaughnes coming will be the football gameIn I While encouraging children to Fila line* of Casket & Undertakers Supplies

lUf day School-10 a. m. by his wife, Cora. She has ay!" Hastings called, dashing after which the Gators will clash with study let us also protect their AMBULANCE SERVICE

su worshlp-l1 a. m.gpworth taken his adored fouryearoldoq him. As Windy continued to run the Maryland Old Liners. In his health. To those ambitious parents DAY AND NIGHT

lornmg; League-7:18: p. In. Stubby. Because of his he raised his voice in command, official Invitations, Dr. Tigert who persistently prod their children 53 PHONE 53

worship. r:30: p. m.t anxiety and nervousness, Windy "WIndy,walt a minute. said: we wish to point out the find- 0 II. BENNETT Mgr.

SVen!Ing Invited all these serv- baa fumbled his most dangerousstunt. Windy stop ped Irresolutely, "While the football game will ings of a survey conducted among "A HOME-LIKE INSTITUTION"

roll are One of the tigers attack brought short a brick be the major feature, other events school children In a typical rural -
up by wall.
him and he loses his right arm. Hastings reached hardly less Interesting are being state The survey showed that

praabyterjsn Church Now he Is leaving the hospital. him puffingand planned this year Between halvesa seventy-seven per cent of the chil-
out of breath. "Well
old How Calotabs NatureTo
George; H. Lowry Minister He has refused to go back to moth-eaten son of a hyena,"you he all game In the style and costume of dren were getting less sleep than Help
Ref. .Sabbath School. the circus and the doctor Is telling the nineties will be staged. A they need maintain health, vigor -
.>oa 111 but shouted. "Boy, am I glad to
A.. it-Morning Worship; him he must overcome "this see you again." swimming meet, In which Kath and proper growth; only twen- Throw Off Bad Cold
11:00: the pastor. thing that's happened to him.") erlne Rawls, and other Olympic ty-three per cent were obtaining a

n by m.-Young. Peoples Ves- "How are you, Dan?" Windy champions will participate, has the proper amount or slightlymore Millions have found In Calotabs a Second, Calotabs are diuretic to the

I.oo p.' DOWN THE LONG ROAD mumbled. been definitely arranged. The than considered necessary. moat valuable aid In the treatment kidneys, promoting; the elimination

Brvice m.Evealdg Worship. "Where :you been hldln' all these preparations which are being made Some of the reasons children fail of colds. They take one or two tab- 1 of cold poisons from the system. Thus
130; p. Chapter Five ?" (lets the first night and repeat thethird Calotabs serve the double purpose of
years Hastings backed off to under the auspices of the Blue Key to obtain enough aleep are- or fifth night If weeded a purgative and diuretic, both of
Bonru-ood Baptist Church' take a look at his old friend. Then Society and those cooperating with 1. Failure of parents to reallae How do CalotatM help Nature which are needed in the treatment

... O. Hemingway, Pastor "You see, the Doctor said, with he hastily cleared his throat "Llv them Justify more than the usual Importance of regular bedtime and throw off a cold First Calotabs Is of colds. '
IIIv every Sunday.. Bible kind consideration, "you talked a in' In this town?" Interest which those occasionsdy long hours of sleep for children! one of the moat thorough and dependable Calotabs are quite economical:
Services great deal while under of all Intestinal elunlnants. only twentyfivecents for the familypackage
at 3:30 were
tidy 10:13: a. m. Services the you Windy motioned vaguely "Well 2. Children being taken to entertainments thus cleansing the Intestinal tract of ten cents for the trial

'clock in afternoon anaestheticHe leaned over not exactly." was calling at Valenburg parties, or movies on the germ-laden mucus and toxins package (Adv.
the desk. "It's nothing to be .
"But what're doln'?" school, there other tears be- school nights I
CHURCH you were
ashamed of ;
BETHEL BAPTIST really, he continued "Oh nothln 3. Late supper hours or early
Dan ahed.
much Windy ing
Bev. L. A. Donnley, Pastor earnestly "Great shocks like you rising time.
evaded him. "Cettln'
first Sunday have had very often leave people along. Stubby's face was wet with
Services every 4. Loud radio or unguarded con-
Sunday School. 2:30: p. m. afraid. If you ever Intend takingup Hastings was nonplussed "Wei them as he stood, a slimly erect versation after children' bedtime. For Expert Repairing
I'm glad to hear that. Where's the
Services boy of twelve, before Major Val-
Bible Study and Prayer :your profession again, it's absolutely kid?" 5. Children curtailing their own

very Saturday night necessary for you to go back kenburg. sleep because of play Interests.
Windy's eyebrows worked. "What
right now and face those animals "But I don't want to go with 6. Failure of other children near-
what kid?
First Christian' ; Church 1 again." him sir," he pleaded, "I won't go by to go to bed on time. Smith's
Hastings was startled
equally GaragePhone
'RJV. \V. T. McGuIre Pastor The face before him blanched. "Your kid Stubby." He stared with him. Why must I?" he asked Necessary periods of sleep for

Bible School, 10 a. m. "I. I can't." "Then they didn't get hold of: tearfully. children as reported by health authorities -
11 a. m. at' hint found his through the White House
Communion "But aviators who crash often you?" (Windy has

Christian Endeavor, 7 p. m. feel just like that. There's only one Tensely, Windy forced out one 'I lIOn. But why have the years Conference on Child Health and 120
meeting Wednesday 7:30 toward Protection are as follows: A&eto 8
changed Stubby' feeling
prayer way to cure them. They must force word. "Who?
IJI themselves to hU father r' What will he do when 8 years, 12 hours; age 11 years, Wrecker Service Day or Night
pilot a ship again as "The lawyers. They were lookin' -
Preaching Second. Sunday 11 a. after- Windy arrives T' Don't millS next 11 hours; age 13 years, 10 hours.!
soon as possible the accident. for you. Three months ago It

a and 8 p. m.BOB ________ You will have to do the same thing was." He paused, then blurtedout week's exciting i Installment.) Progressive Farmer.

If you want to get over this psychosis. "You. know Cora's dead, don't
I '.


\ On Here ry.
It' ,' .

And Hereafter ,,>il-,, '


I rt ,L.Y ,..., : ".'
God has a program and His pro- ; 7 x'," %, I : .lNOV. 2'

vim will "go over" sooner or lake -

of redemption will '
The plan
', "';:\f.

It finally consummated.. Creation ,
.', I ti' ttI
nil be restored to edenlc plenty '

He! work of the devil will be '

brought to nought. We may dIffer -

about how this program will ANEW .

be carried on, but the Bible sets "

forth two essential things. First, V

pleased\ God by the foolishness ,..... 4fc't'f
e < In : '
preaching to save people. '1'v

thii church age the gospel Is reach- > .: fif. ih I Windy wan dumb with emotion.
Ill' the lost. Men are being savtd '8'(< 'ry. *

This church age will come to +"' Somewhere.deep he felt sorrow I ,..., CL: CHEVROLET 1
:t '
u end. Then, according to the Jl.'t J I that the pretty girl he had known

rriter'i' understanding of the .' and loved was now dust ;

Krtpture Jesus Christ will come .. AIt< ; S ,
lick to this earth ,. ,
literally, bodily,
Windy grinned wryly "That's Windy was dumb with emotion. 'I., ,i At'r
Ulbly, and will reign on the earth. .., '.. '
big word for beln' scared." Somewhere deep he felt sorrow .I, ;t ,'\1 ,, '
He will be King: of Kings and Lord .', 'J '
"I'm afraid we're addicted to big that the pretty girl he had known .
t Lords. There is to be \ ,
a new
: '
words in our profession. Now and loved was now dust. But (t \ '
leaven.. and a new earth and for- .
about this ten-thirty train?" He was too old, too remote a troubleto -
a r to We ., '
things are pass away. i1fi.,
spoke sharply as Windy shook his cause him more than a passing ,
I arlstlans who are faithful to God head. "Can't you realize how Important pang at the moment. For, rising .. :;-, : ':'

w on the winning aide. Victory it Is for you to cure this as a surging tide, drowning out J' :': .

lay be delayed, but victory I.IIII'e. fear ?" everything else: was a new hope. .;.t ......;1... <
All the things of the world now ".". .. ".1 ,\' '" .
The answer came quietly, almost He fought to suppress It so that :. I\. ...'
we will .
vanity. Temporal things '
not too
Im- disappointment might
whimsically. "Not nearly so '
!ui away. The unseen things are '., )', :'\ '
itanaL portant as flndln' a new right great."I .
uy be nigh.Victory Is coming It arm for myself. The one the pri- didn't know that ."

dicks couldn't locate." I Hastings nodded solemnly. .
e e e vate I
The' doctor's face softened. "Yeah. She wan In vaudeville doUV : M' I II
,, 1
My ion asked me recently If I a trapeze act under another name. nth '
"Your boy
W noticed that the Bible teaches Windy nodded. "I gotta' find She fell got killed." He added 5? 'n i ." b

art Abraham believed God and It him first softly, "Well the boy's yours v t' v ,r,(' ".
ni counted unto him for rlght- .'r .p '' $ r i a.
That day, when Windy had left now < j
the hospital, he had been a shambling Hastings 'Ii"i:.. i "
fc lame chapter It says that weary, though somehow Windy to his office and given ;1" _' 1 1'...

Abraham asked God for a sign. brave figure. him the papers left by the lawyer. 't. M

lk Lord demanded a sacrifice. But as month followed month Briefly, he stated the facts. Stub- .

ttnham divided the sacrifice and and numerous Autumns chilled Into by was at the Valkenburg Military

W It In two piles 'and for the Winter, then burst Into Spring School In Evanston, Illinois and,

,ad of the day he spent his time and blooming summers, he grew since summer vacation started !, ;

beeping the vultures away.. If we shabbier and more beaten day by that week Windy could have his '.
hdW l God more Instead of ask- son with him for the next three '

b1 for a sign we wouldn't have to day.At odd Jobs that months. .' ., If:
first there were p '
IW so much time fighting the here and there. "Only thing Is what're you : ;
he would pick up f4" '
nlurea ; J ,. : tir
experience of the droopedand gonna' do with him Windy "p, .
carriage ''
litter But as the proud .. '
teaches him that practically turned a transfigured vis- .<
Windy .
stoop-shoul- ,c
ii the he became more '1, t. \;,
trouble we have comes and his to him, the misery of eight .
tin dered, a* the lines deepened age ,.,<; "
GoiI. the fact that we do not trust pitifully sunken with years suddenly and miraculously :,: ,,'
r we rely the of the
upon arm erased.
of In their
faint gleam hope
ItII1 a
l or we depend upon uncertain that one day he would find "Dan I don't want Franz' Job # ,yu I',';, '1
I ". depths :.>t n I
ask God for a sign and contacts became he's a good man where you got I' ," ..
that we spend our lives driving the Stubby. human him but I'll bet he ain't never ,.u,; ram_ \. ,:' ,, .'''.1'-.'.
Jjwirw of sorrow away from us. few Children and far would run fearfully, as equalled some of the tricks I used '''YtJ, .r )'\ ,.. ., .. '0, :" J
lumber: we Christians are to to put on. Say!" Rifling enthusiasm '
road, a one- v'a .
by faith and not by sight. he shuffled down the his gaunt quivered In his voice. "Re- 'I:. I ." .. [ "J .'.j
shabby tramp, I
That'swhat < Fire Trick ? ". :
/9R MAIR AND SCALP frame clad men In would hanging look rags.the other Eve member you need. an added at- :?' J,'. ; .. ,w:: : ;' \ : : .. :." ,;"';\

grown 'em tickets. : .' :. +
shocked and traction to make buy ,. \ ,<
JAPANESE OIL way and hurry past, ?" ? 1,"Vl."' 0s'f '" .I 0 "
what do say
remnant of Well, you
embarrassed by I ..
.. ,. .
bit his lip thoughtfully. !
Hastings :
fellow-man. "t"J '
TM .. ". ... .. .d_ what had once been a of 1'
.p "We heard had a little case ;.:. .
crowds you
/N. .....y.....- But wherever there were Over all that now?" Ii f e.y ',> ;t. \ :. : _:,
n, W kl there was the sliver tin- stage fright. \ .. :' 1
ADi.MIt swea wherever .. '
with Inner light.'With : : \<:
:::." '. -... "TIll A- of children's voices, Windy'seyes Windy shone an \\1'. I" I I' ,'\
ou_ 0... rs kle restlessly my kid back Dan I can do 'k'. 'r'pY '. '.1
search feverishly, .y: '
would flipper and my ,, ."1 1"or .
hope. anything! I lost my J.; ; ,
hoping against when I lost him. And now '\\," '
V. bright sunny day. eight year nerve him back I got 1\,:" ;.. .,
vacantlyat that I'm getting .!"flt '
him staring <
way later, found You ?
arm back again. '. r
The my right ,
circus parade. \A. : : .
a passing "And so it c,. .;.
rose excitedly see?" He added eagerly ,.. y'h' ,'
blare of the calliope follows that that I ''' ,' \\1' ,
naturall ,/
There '
SCALPbneaopr above the music of the ;., '/ '
cheers from the crowdas got my nerve back again too. 'I .." '. "
were stepped from behind /
the zebras and all Hastings

,.. :...... the the other elephants., panoply of the circus the desk"That's and slapped the way him to on talk.That.s the. ,o t, ;

.. moved resplendently' down the back the Windy I used to know.A : ceil '

street. animal The only complete Jr
the greatest we

.. njornniieethateattru;; The'n. at a familiar tot face h e throng bowing, man great In the guy business. Sure you're ,I. ,

U4.. .Inb ruWu.. IIob. .oaJoe, professionally backed comln' back." H4I reached for his .
.. Gad falti. .' Windy's eyes, be 'i
JIraot ..Outhalpebaar...lrt.d...: caught wallet. "Now you go get yourself .

It..I h,. Porter. ...... away fearfully- 'seen him. He all slicked up so the kld'H be / ,;9,
.. Aaer.en.H But' Frana' had bills was
..... oath. ,skinstrroabM .... 4 the word down the proud of you." A wad of i
passed .
quickly Wlndhand
r. Into
a..t.r.; : Boft.... .jtoe....... line until It had reached Hastings stuffed tears coursed .. ;
110II-0';: ."..t....Ift wAfti .,1110_ who sprang I'll down his face. Great hoarue sobs "."
'01rtIi.a "Ir the open touring car. shook his frame. "Dan. I'm gettln j

....4ft..Pti..ngr" be ADd Stubby around Isn't Windy*with himEveryone was, Stubby back again. Tm ..ettln' my I WILL BE ON DISPLAY AT ___ ALL CHEVROLET DEALERS, ", '." JI:

a &a4 too with nuutM ofu. him In curiosity as they kId back araln WID- 111' ._ _.. 0' _" '_' ." ___._- .. ,"'*,
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{ Bradford County TelegraphEstablished STATE FARM NEWS' PAGE MISS GLORY Ralford Lodge Host Surface Treatment

TOO LATE By Mra. T. W. ,Schuler HERE SUNDAY 'The Raiford MasonIc Lodge was The L. M.
1877MEMBER of the Com host last night for a district meet Company began COllJitl'UctJ
The regular meeting MARtoN DIVIES' NEWEST
TO CLASSIFY yesterday
Ing. Wallace R., Cheeves, past ane
munity ,Club was held on Tuesday.The COMEDY HAS GOOD noon applying SUrface
.r IIUSSKLL KAY I meeting was opened with a CAST grand master of, the Newberry to the Starke-State treatm
ff ((1:LORILV\PRESS ASSOCIATION $.......... FI.rU. Pre. .....' prayer by,Mrs. C. V. Royster. After Lodge, was a guest speaker. Del highway. The work Fartn-ltalto
1935 6 :J the usual routine of business, Charming Marlon Davies, Amer- egatlona from several neighboring at the Ralford end and was wm' start

... r.::J.a'UDaItd 2.teQ'RRPublished One of the favorite indoor sports I the ladles were delightfully enter- Ica's outstanding motion picturestar lodges attended. about thirty days, tfV
i I
at the Rita
tained as follows: appear ,
of departments, bu
Weekly' on --Fridays; and Entered as' Second Class reaus government and commissions, for years, A Piano Duet-Mra. Royster tre on Mlsa Sunday and" Monday in
"Page Glory.
has been tlopln' out questionnaire! I and Mrs. Cal'Morrow. ALL-WEATHER
Matter at the Post Office at Starke, Florida
Davies la
Supporting Mlsa a remarkable -
tend tax and so-called A vocal duet Mrs. W. H. Williams
_. .. .. .. .,. to payers by cast of famous "
-- -- -- -- all star
sovereign citizens. and Miss Mildred Hundley.The / %
E. L. Matthews_______________..._______Editor and Owner' About the only questions they outstanding feature of the players including Dick Powell Pat ,MORE MILES OF
4', .__ ___. __ I haven't asked few that afternoon wall a talk by Supt. L. O'Brien, Mary Astor, Frank Mc-
are a they '
-! RI01'--; ARID
Hugh, Lyle Talbot Patsy Kelly SAFETY at
j SUBSCRIPTION RATE just haven't thought of, but don't F. Chapman. His subject was no cztra tf
and Allen Jenkins (

k Yearly, $1.50; Six Months, 75c-Payable In Advance give worry-they'll'em time.ask They'em if want we Just to ("Ethiopia.The club room' was. beautifully The story of "Page Miss'Glory rV GOODYEAR I ;

i Advertising Rates on Application know where we were born and decorated' In yellow flowers in ia aa funny as it Is unique Miss

........ .__ n. __ __ ,_ __ --- why? Do we make a llvin'-If so, keeping with the Hallowe'en! sea- Davies has the role, of a country; THE W 6RLD'S T I Wl\
how? Were we married and liv- son. The fireplace was decorated girl, neither pretty nor bright, gets MOST POPULAR I | |( Jfc S
Most women seek a silver Jlning..but not in their hair.
J.. ing without wife on December 31? in ;yellow and black crepe pa- the Job as a chambermaid in a
o If not, whose wife were we with? per. Hallowe'en napkins were swanky New York hotel and later
Do we live in our own home or becomes: America's prettiest girl, PATHFINDER
:Many a man who is straight as a string: can spin a wick- with the wife's folks? What did used.Mrs.. L. F. Chapman Mrs R. L.Cox "Dawn Glory." The title song SPEEDWAY

ed yarn. we do with the two dollars we and Mrs. J. O. Caldwell were "Page Miss Glory" which Dick $C25SF $4.70
made last week\? Do we keep hostesses for the afternoon. Powell and Miss Davies sing as & < 30x314
j o books or return 'em\? And on and After! the program refreshmentswere duet was written by Warren and 4.4021$6.05 4,4021$5.20

Life is a stage with everyone wanting to play a leading on until -you're dizzy.- I served. I Dubin. e 4.50.71.., 6.65 4.50-21 5.70

role in making a roll. For years taxpayers have been -
and S. XT. Snow have 4.75.19..7.05 4.75-19 !
burlnln the midnight oil and chewIn' -
._ returned from few visit Price.ub|.ct to china without
; 0it their pencils tryln to figure out a days (Ming Debris Bloodsworth Cora) litot. ..IM ... IOddldoaal.! polio,
it They have so many ideas we're thinking of dubbing it the right answers. Most of the with relatives in Tampa. GUARANTEED
Miss Rosle'Lee
questionnaires are better puzzlesthan accompanied A large crowd from here attended -
the League of Notions. -- Mrs M. Brown has IN WRITING .
': singing convention in Lake
anything Sam Lloyd ever gainst road in Register Motor
r in Co.
/ from a 'pleasant trip Butler Sunday.
0 cooked up. You just get goln' good Jurlesa.ddef.ct.
tl Washington, D. C., and New York Misses Mattie and CarraBelle '
and then turn the to questionb STARKE
!l If there is anything worse than a lazy man It is one who section 9 and find that if your City. Norman, Debris Bloodsworth and FLORIDA

: tries to do it'all. answer to'question a,' section 4, Floyd Robinson has gone to Se- Mildred Alvarez attended ;'church
[n was YES, then you should turn ville to spend the winter. at Raiford Sunday night. :
/? 0-- two pages to question c, section 21, Mr. and Mrs. L. O. Sheffield and Earnest Edwards of Brooker, 10
:f If the world Is getting BO much better why don't they and the answer! should be the sum Robert Kite attended an Eastern spent the week-end here with his BRADFORD COUNTY

li liI stop making door locks? total of questions 9 and 10. No Star meeting in Lake Butler Tuesday parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. A., Ed
wonder they sell Bromo Seltzer! night. wards.
0- Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Moore and MIss IMPROVED
)If But according to the ancient Emogene Drlakell of Starke FARMS
,x Judging by the election results the canal must have been philosophies, "The worm will children were:the house guests of spent Tuesday,night with Miss
Mr and Mrs.. J. G. Godwin, Sun. Marclle Manning.
r:, a pretty popular candidate. turn, and a little while ago a

0 group to of office what likes the to candidate term "Down aspirIng day.Mr. and Mrs.. R. L. Cox and Miss State Miss Farm Irene spent Yarborough last Thursday of. the Will Sell For A Down PaymentOf

4 l Some men say they drink to forget and the first thing trodden Taxpayers" got their curly Beatrice Cox were the guests Sunday night with Debris Bloodsworth.
of and Mrs Cox
Mr. : Ralph Miss Vera Butler of New River
,,;, they forget is when to stop. askln'heads together the politicians and decided and bureau to try of Gainesville. spent Tuesday night with Miss Between $100 And $200

//g"" ? o Mrs B. C. PrInce Is in Dublin Mattie Norman.fMrs. '
heads a few questions and see how
Ga., visiting relatives, J. arid
I!: unworried small look the they liked It. Alvarez chlllren
Funny how some boys over
J. O. Randal who has been awayon were visiting her daughter, Mra. Balance Up To 20 YEARSAT
prospect, of a six-month school term. Not beln' professional "questionnaire account of'Illness, Is back with Carl Sapp, Sunday,,
ri, \ thinker-uppers", these tax-
0 payers turned out n very elemen- us Mr. and Mrs J. A. Bouvier and A LOW RATE ,OF INTEREST

Instead of saying "dead as a door nail" why not say tary type of brain teaser. It was Mr. and Mrs J.'A'. Bouvier Jr., MALARIASpeedy _
: n't a bit clouded or complicatedwith and little dads-hteri'were'' visitorsIn
J, "dead as the old-fashioned county fair"?
13 no trick "Paragraph 9" to Jacksonville Monday.Mrs. Robert R. Pyle, Representing The
o conflict with Article B," and con- J. G.,Godwin was In Jack- Relief Chill
V It is said that no ones loves, a fat man. And the demand fuse the guy tryln' to fill It out. sonville Monday. FEDERAL: LAND BANKWill

for fat girls nevers exceeds the supply. They figured that whose wife a Mr. and Mrs J. L. Robinson have and Fever

: 0 I I senator or bureau head might have returned from' a short visit to Se- ? Don't let Malaria tear you apart with Be At-The Wilson Realty Corporation'sOffice
been llvin' with on December 31 ville. 4 its racking chills and burning fever.Trust
,: An exchange says that a man might be able to read his was none of their business, so they Miss Mildred Hundley was the to no home-made or mere makeshift rem In Starke Tuesday And Wednesday,

I;> wife like a book, ,but he can't shut her up like one. confined their queries to such ques week-end visitor of Miss Dorothy edies. Take the medicine prepared especially October 29 And 30, To Sell And Rent Rank-
9, tions as "How much of the tax Sapp In Starke. for Malaria-Grove't Tasteless
: payers' sugar did you drag down Chill Tonic. Owned Farms In Bradford County.
)j A small boy often picks fruit from trees just to keep it 'fast year?", "If,you are a memberof I LAWTEY Grove's Tasteless Chill Tonic! gives real

# from falling to the ground and smashing to pieces. the legislature, how come you" I O. J. Phillip Correspondent relief combination from Malaria of tasteless because it's quinine a scientific and \

t".+ u- can hold an appointive office? TransfersTransactions tonic iron. The quinine kills the Malarial MAKE AN APPOINTMENTNOW'
Realty ,
and "How many'people do
(? We might be going back to the horse and you I were closed last infection in the blood. The iron builds
buggy days, know,of on the state pay.roll who up the system and helps fortify against With The Bank's Local
but we notice our gasoline bill is just as large as ever. are holding their jobs contrary to week whereby the James T. Moore further attack. At the first sign of any
the provisions of the state constitution home on Lake Avenue was pur- attack of Malaria take Grove's Tastelesi
o 7"oVell chased by W; F. Moore who has Chill Tonic. Better still take it regularly Representative.JOS. .

') '!' This might be a civilized country, but they still have,to \ it seems that askin"questlons moved there and ,A. M. Lewis pur- during the Malaria season to ward oft

,.4 e escort: a payroll up the street by a small army of G-Men. Is one thing while answerln' by chased W. F.the Moore home on recently Adams occupied Street. I is the absolutely disease. Grove's harmless Tasteless and tastes Chill Tonic good.Grove's ,
'em is something else again, and .
--0 i The amount of the transactions Tasteless Chill Tonic now
4 Some farmers in spite of the fact that the tax )I comes in two sizes, SOc and $1. The $1
are so busy "viewing with alarm" that were not announced tt
payers' blank was a very simple size contains :2 H times as much as the SOc
they hardly have time to do any work around the place. affair the politicians have beenrunntn' size and Rives you :1S% more for yow AGAIN SUCH AN OPPORTUNITY'Florida'
Discount: on City Taxes Get bottle
money. todayat drugstore
'round in circles and tearin' -
0- ,
City Clerk 0. J. Phillips announced -
'r' Some papers feature a department called "War News in they've their been hair able and the to make only answer so far this week that the city

''f Brief." How can you be brief with those Ethiopian names? is "Not that I know of" and "Who of Lawtey Is offering a discount of ..
two per cent on all taxes paid durIng

the pecks wants to know\?
\\I' \ the month of November, and a
!rfi', ,Well at least when Adam returned from a party hedidn't Now the questionnaires they one _per cent discount on all that

if, have to tell Eve what all the other women were wear- been"authorized"aendln' us and are we"legal"can answer and are paid during December, 1935.

\4. ing. 'em before midnight April 31 or BulhUngImprovements-

--- g I go to Jail but the taxpayers can W. H. Edwards is this week installing

'1(i In Canada no one is allowed on relief who owns an auto- just ask 'em and* If they don't feel a modern plumbing system
like answerln' why there ,ain'tmuch
In his home"here Madison
\<; mobile. It must be tough having to walk to get your check anybody can do about It. Street., .. on

'..5);' cashed. But unfortunate, part of It ,VI'ersonalo-

',:t seems to be that a lot of newspa-I .
a pets have joined the taxpayers in i The Rev. Paul M Jewett, pastorof
.14 4 The Chinese are breeding their native yak into a cow. demandln': an answer until a lot of the Grace M. K. Church who is

,'y Z' It'a going to be a terrible blow _to the makers of cross word folks who have been walkln 'roundIn attending University of Flor-

'R puzzles. their sleep for years ate begin- ida at Gainesville, spent.the weekend
$H I. ,, ntn' to alt up and take notice. here. :
-0' ;Then'there are a bunch of candidates O. J. and Simeon Phillips and M I

jfe.; Comptroller Lee says slot machines 'are damnable. A lot fixln to run for Governoror Woodrow Cutshaw were business
of fellows who have put their last nlckle in one will some other state office,' 'sndbrlnglu' visitors to Gainesville Saturday af- .;:Near O:3k'' y l'1uA
agree $OR.al.5
$:, with him. the matter up right at this ternoon. .ww.MWr,.w..... rr
time Is their r wr
;& right up alley.Howmuchwhogetsforw E. J. Roberts who has been vIsit- '+
k o hat- ing In Jacksonville returned to his \ """ AewnaM '!.

Frances Langford says California is fine but Florida is and-If-so-why will be a mighty home here Friday. ,. ww"w f
better. popular subject on stumps all over Mr. and Mrs, Geo. McMillan of
Well she can't
get up an argument making state- the state when the boys really get Gainesville, were visiting Mrs. Mc-

, ments like that in Florida. their campaign started, and any. Millan's parents, Mr, and Mrs E. 'HERE'S ,' ,
t' o--- M thing that can be used to annoy E. Burney, Thursday.Mrs. most "
and embarrass the boys who are Oris Denmark of Starke, most economical first-claM travI I
One city street in China has four different within
names IN will be worked overtime by the was visiting ..relatives and friends You can !...*.. almost grip Urn-to suit p
;i; three blocks. That must be a big help to motorists trying to boys who are OUT.. here? Tuesday
1 get around with the aid of a road map. ,But while the'Tax' RevisionLeague Mr. and Mrs': E:-E. Burney and I II your own coay.nince w..go straight M"y -

Is bulldln' a fire under politicians I children ,spent' Sunday visiting' through; without chang; of bus. to practically t"lt

4 o it might not be a bad plan relatives at Gainesville., any dry In,th. slat of Florida efr o n.tar _'+r .,,. .
Stenographers are more sentimental than housewives, a for them to Include the birds who City Clerk O. J. Phillips last .y.t.m. j r ..w.. w
.t writer declares. In other words it's easier to get mushy over are runnin' for office as well as week received his commission,ap- over on* bus Go on. war, return ,.
those who are IN. You know elect- pointing hjm a notary public and another. for th. same far*...stop
a typewriter than over a sink full of dishes:
in' the right guy In the first place Is now ready to serve persons desiring off at points. of Interest or for' business rl ivy 't "ow'"mow.. .o
o could save an awful lot of worry these services
t' Thirty kind of jitters affect handwriting an authority and annoyance later on. Mrs F. R. Carradine was shop- appointments enroute at no extra cost. ., '

declares. The A Taxpayers' Questionnaire addressed ping ia. Jacksonville Tuesday. Schedules much .. \
worst perhaps is the variety resulting from
to prospective candidates, Those attending "Friends Night"at than any other land transportation.
a glance at your bank balance when you start to write a might not be amiss right now. the Eastern Star Chapter in
check. Starke Monday were* Mrs. A. H. more convealenbtoo.with atatlona dcrht; :

t JEFFERSON'S TEN RULES Harley, Mrs. W.'C. Wooten. Mrs.L. In the center of town. 4i
1. Never put off till tomorrow H. Hill and Mrs. E. B. Wells.H. .
aN It's great to live in Florida. Our northern brethren are what you can do today. B Arwood''' was visiting in I No other first-class traTel costs so little 7 "

'H worrying about the price of coal and long underwear, while 2. Never trouble another for Jacksonville, Sunday I'' Fares are ....... lower than th. cost of y, '
what you can do yourself. i T T*Darley was a business visitor ; gasoline and oil for r
the only have is the of
..r expense we price a new bathing suit your own car.,
3. Never spend your money before to Jacksonville. Saturday afternoon
_once a year. you have earned it. TRIPS OMB .MOUND r v t..R! '/+
o i 4. Never buy what you don't Mr. and Mrs O. A. Andreu and DAILY WAY ,TRIP t l; v; laser

want because it Is cheap. Mr. and Mrs,' L. F. Dinkina' of
If we are'to believe the fashion boys women's this JACKSONVILLE
eyes .80 1.45
1 5. Pride coats more than hunger Starke. wer -v1 ttlng friends here '
-' '
;' 'winter-will' appear in green mascara sprinkled with; gold or ,,,thirst and cold .Sunday, afternoon., MIAMI 4 '5.80 10.44 UNION_ I BUS STATIONMRS. _

silver star dust.,With this latest camouflage it,will be a wise 6. We'seldom repent, of eatingtoo Mrs. +Lucilleeck: : spent the W_ P. BEACH 4 5.80 10.44 > f
4'' little week- ad In Jacksonville/' E.' H. SMITH, Agent
man who knows his wife.
7. Nothing Is troublesome that Miss Rosa Jlae Rowe who recently 4 2.60 4.70 Opposite Court ''HouSe-Phone 120-W
n we do willingly. underwent an operation In BROOKSVILLE. 4 2.10 3.80 -

: The Florida Tax Revision League is raising a howl! about 8. How much pain the evil a Jacksonville hospital returned to OCALA, 4 1.80

members of the legislature who are holding state jobs in via have coat us that have never hap her home hers Sunday. 1.00
pened! Mr. and Mrs, J. M. Reddish were GAINESViLLE .50 .90 LOR10AvfOTOnlH5GREYHOUND| [
lation of the constitution. There are two sides to every ques- 9. Take things always by the visiting relatives, ,,at, Jacksonville ST. PETERSB'G '4 3.05 5.50
tion. The other side in this case is that it might be better smooth handle. Sunday. '
10. When angry,count ten before Mr. and Mrs., Vernon Rowe of TAMPA 4 ,2.60 4.70
,''N for them to hare'jobs than to try, to make,two year's salary
you speak; if very angry Jacksonville were visiting relatives BALDWIN 4 .45 .85
, in the few weeks '
r they're legislative session. count a hundred. -- here last week. |


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