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: November 1, 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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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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1 The MAYOR date for the annual PROCLAIMS roll call-of paying ROLL the annual CALL membership I COUNCI Legislators' Jobs Contested; ;

for the Bradford
County Chapterof fee will respond promptly again ,
TO GET the American Red Cross has this year. RECOMMENDS i
been set for the period beginning
The relief Johns To Critic
on Armistice Day, November 11, Cross Is program of the Red Replies .
and ending recognized by city officials
Workers who as a potent factor In meetIng 16 PROJECTS ,.
helped in the roll -- -

call last year turned' from their of present Incalculable needs, and value as an in agency the SEN. T. G. FUTCH r. {

Will solicitation to carry on the year's event of possible BRADFORD SUITS CLAIM
Sebring emergency.I
program relief for victims of Golf Course And flaIl I
Court Here accident, disaster and disease. therefore, as Mayor of Starke

Hold They come to us now with another hereby set aside the designated Park Among Those SOLON CONSTITUTIONVIOLATED

Next Week appeal for membership dues period as the time when all past UrgedPLANNING J4 I
members will be asked to renew (
-- that will finance the work of another
HEAVY DOCKET year. Since our Red Cross their memberships and those who -

FAIRLY FOR SESSION asks so little from the community have not enrolled before to add nOD HAS FIRES BACK j
,' and contributes so much Itself their names to the ranks"of Red MONDAY *

of Gainesville to the general welfare I Cross members In Bradford Coun 1 '
judge H. L. Sebring,, hope The newly Bradford
will preside .over the fall and urge those who are asked for ty. County appointed Charges 'Waldfn Wa Twenty-One Members k'
Planning Council held Its f. .. *$ 9 ,
Of circuit court which con- the relatively small participationCORNHOG -W. E. Middleton. first meeting here In I *
Monday night A
term I Disappointed'OfficeSeeker t' Of 1935 Session I ;
venU. .I-..".."* w ft4Vt_ week.. ---- with.. -no a-- mod-- the office of John'A: Walnwrlrht ,

telY heavy docket Including two I and recommended, list of sixteen '. Named j ,

murder cases. ? VOTE MORE LABOR j projects totaling$202.824.64 to the i $ :
will hear Inform- I .
Its grand Jury local WPA 88 being worthwhileand CALLS COURT ACTION I ATTEMPTS TO PREVENT

dine against-Lonnie Green, negro, Favorable upon which work should be I. U II L I CITY: STUNT PAYMENTS OF SALARIES 4
axmed! of murdering Evallne Fra.Iier Accepts started at the earliest pOll8lbledato. _. '4j

egiht-year-old colored girl, Bradford County' Representative Twenty-one member of the 1935 & ,

iItI8 !in June In an attempt to "get IN BRADFORDEARLY CANALJOBS Those recommended were Charley E. Johns. who served legislature, including Representsj, A

tnu with her mother for marrying Fencing city of Starke. Federal his first term In the 1935 legislature tive Charley E. Johns of Bradford i.

(another man. Also to come before funds $3,498.23sponsor's contribution and whose job with the Motor County, were named thIs week In ?

the Jurors i Is the case of Levwt $730.Starke Vehicle Department ia being contested injunction proceeding* filed In Tallahassee ', ,

Wooten, Hampton negro, RETURNS INDI. REFUSAL TO GO DOES municipal golf course, In two recent suits, Wednesday In an attempt to prevent '

charged' with the murder of his CATE PKOORAM WILL NOT nAn WORKERS Federal funds $14,354.89; sponsor's sent the following open letterto Native of Hampton and now a payment of salaries to them by the'' l -

wife Ruby, September 8. BE CONTINUED FROM PAYROLL contribution $1,005.75.: J. I. Walden, Sarasota attorney, resident of Leeaburg, whose job as state departments In which they '..
There have been no new develop- Baseball park for Starke. Federal who made the first attempt to halt attorney for the State Racing are employed. ',

Bents In the Scoby case In recent Twenty-three Bradford County Bradford County on Thursday of funds $11.963.JO: ; sponsor's contribution pay of legislators on the state' Commission Is under fire. The case wa filed by Joe C.

weeks, and five of his seven bondsmen contractors and four non-contrac lust week aent sixteen white laborers $2.348.00., payroll: Jenkins, of Gainesville, a* attorney r

are expected to appear and tors voted unanimously last Satur- and seven colored to work', Construction of state armory at Starke, Florida for M. A. Collins, of Jacksonville ( '/ 4c, 4

attempt to show cause why Judgment -I day in favor of continuance of the on the cross-state canal site near Stark Federal funds $18.832.09; October 30, 1935: who listed himself* a citizen C' .' ,
should not be entered against AAA's corn-hog program for an- Ocala. This was the second quotaof sponsor's pntrlbjbtlon, $4,000.00. Mr. J. I. Walden and taxpayer. It will be heard 4

them If the defendant falls to showup. I other year, according to unofficial common labor ordered from this Women's work centers. Federal Sarasota, Florida November }9 before Circuit Judge :

Two of the signers of the I returns tabulated by L. T. Dyer, county since the canal project be funds $35,092.Improvementelo. \v Dear Sir: Congress E. C. Loye- at Quincy. '

U5,000 bond have not been, served Union County farm agent, who I streets In I have boon noticing with quitea i Earlier Action ;

lineS they could not be found at had charge of the balloting here. gan.The white men who went were: Starke. FederiI ,tunds $11, 92; bit of amusement your fight i Thin was the second move In recent t

Heir addresses in Hillsborough Heavy majorities In favor of the Johnny Nichols, J. H. Hlgginboth- sponsor's contribution $4,936.Regrading against the members of the Legislature IN OFFING weeks to oust legislator from ,. i !

County. Scoby Is accused of having program were recorded early this am, Earl Strickland, Ralph Galney, and reshaping road- In regard to their being employed state job*. A previous action had ,

! aided Jewel thief Harry Slta- week In partial returns from all J. J. Powers, G. C. Goodman, way, shoulders And ditches. Fed by the State of Florida.I been brought by J. I. Walden, Sarasota Ir

more to escape from the State Frln parts of the country. Frank Coleman, Freeman Hall, eral funds $40,317.50; sponsor's st first thought that you were SEARS; DEFINITELY ANNOUNCES attorney, to contest the rightof i

Farm In June, 1933.Informations Intense Interest In results of the Abner Padgett, Crockett Sumner, contribution $4,600. under the Impression that we were CANDIDACY Senator T, O. Futch, of Leesburg & I,, .'
Filed I Louis Neal, W. M. Newman, William Recreation field and community not qualified as to ability to holda and Representative I. N. -
'election was expressed at Washington IN 2ND. DISTRICT
New cases In which Assistant where It was the opinion Harris, T. N. Norman How. center in Lawtey. Federal funds job, but after carefully analyzing -- Kennedy, Eustls, to position to ,

States Attorney A. 8.. Crews has that the corn-hog referendum ard Mott and Enos Anderson.The $2,989.35:' sponsor's contribution, i the matter, I can see that It Is onlyjealousy Congressman W. J. Stars, ot which they were appointed by Governor ( i

filed informations In recent I colored were; Joseph Britt, $337.78.: ] on your part. Jacksonville announced last week SholU. Walden left this L ,

nwntis are: I might have far-reaching the political fate Henry Ferguson, Manuel Hampton Remodeling Hampton water sup At the last session of the Legla he would definitely be a candidate week for Tallahassee to Institute ,
Implications In deciding .
Fate Brown and Carl Cone,. ac- of the entire Agricultural Adjust Leesville Cromedy, C. B. ply system. Federal funds $5, lature you were perfectly content next spring for the Democratic quo, warranto proceeding after .
need of stealing four cow and i ment Administration. Mitchell, Cain Leonard and Sam O 0.98: a p 0 n s 0|*s contribution ented to hang around the Senate nomination for Congress from the the State Supreme Court declinedto M
_, $919.23.: Chamber and draw $6 tI tImuggesting
Mitchell. your per assume original Jurisdiction
me steer from Joe E. Griffla. Ar have said that Second Florida District now la
rots were made Monday by Sheriff spokesmen Miss Gertrude Heerlng social Addition to auditorium of Hampton day for sixty day, and do nothing eluding Bradford County.The that the case be begunn ,,
if the 1 I. approved '
program local Junior high school. Federal After failed to get the ap 4.
service director with the you a circuit court.
I! W. J. Epperson and men will statement presaged a warm
contract for .
were released under $1,000 bond a year probably This wouldbe WPA, said this week that workers funds $$2,147.60; sponsor's,'' contribution polntment of assistant State Attorney fight In this district between The later action, brought by Col- 3
be offered to .
are not forced to leave their families $430.Repairs that Hon. J. M. McKinney ins, claimed .that employment of'' ,
pending trial in circuit court. Bear and Congressman R. A. ,
the announced
in line polIcy
here to accept canal jobs Unless to New River schooL received and later resigned. You legislators\ In state positions I I. In
Bunk (Red) Bufkln,. accused of Administration to obtain Green of Stark, the Incumbent
of the ,
they so desire.Refusal of a Federal funds stS .9.09: sponsor's have shown ns why the Governor violation t>f the''constitution and
from wltn the possibility'Ibat other will
bl-jtckin) a load of liquor a 'contracts where possible. !
Nth Richardson & Conroy truck longer canal Job does not bar' them from contribution $215.: :did not appoint you because you enter the race In week to com. the public policy, and "would tend .1IJ
could be terminated .
The house. for shelter of children for the job. ,
WPA work In this county. Thirty were too email a man Congressman Green, now attending LO place the'legislature-under the )
mr Lawtey.V.
at the end of any one year. waiting for school buses. I am Motor Vehicle Inspector for nfluence of the executive branch
of the
Q. McCoy accused of stealing The 1935 contracts, drafted after HOMEMAKERSCLUBS Federal funds 1353.10: ; ..ponaor'scontribution the State, and the people of my the Inauguration of) the govrnment. ?

a Ford truck from J. R. :Mott, of last year's referendum, provided : $300. county are glad that I have the !new. president, of the Philippine; la- .. ''
irooker. land, Before hi* ald he Many Employed 1 .
of not less :
for a reduction Brooker school. Fed- that I
Addition to because-.they know .
H. job "ready to serve the people' Legislators named In the petition !:t\f
B. Kerce, charged with giv- wa :
than I' "
than ten cent nor more
per eral funds 4528.50; sponsor's contribution needed It. I went to the LeI'I.la.ture ,
wherever wanted him In answer a* holding state position, and "I; ;
tag a worthless sight draft to J. M. thirty cent in corn acreage, TO BE ORGANIZED and back they .
per $720.Painting
Alvarez. cent in THROUGHOUT a poor man to rumors that he was to be their salaries, were: '.,t'Jp'!:,
and a reduction of ten per and repairing Lawtey the same way, and If my people see '
candidate next Senator T. G. Futch, of Leesmrg !
Claude Prevatt with COUNTY \ gubernatorial
charged as-
hog production from the base period Federal funds $1.404.82.Sponllor' back I will come
school. fit to send me '
lie Intimated, however, that attorney for the State Rac- \ r.
milt with Intent to commit murder 1932 and 1933. But the AAA year. ,
$250. untarn-
known as the back with my reputation Commission $3,000 annually. 'jt.:<
on Fred A. Bosch. An"organlzatlon,, he would again be a candidate for log ,
there not enough hogs to
said Brooker
Ranee Andrews, accused of sell were Home Makers Club will be organized Improvement community Ished.I Congress from this district Representative I. N. Kennedy, ,..;. ..jfJl.of .
last for producers to grow up Federal funds $2- Idea
year center think It would be a good *
tag Intoxicating liquor without 11fat. bases.The In the various communities in For the past three year., Sear Eustls, secretary of the State i,*.If ;; 0..
cent of the hog contribution and have
to ninety per 397.60 'sponsor's for to start a fight
The case against Albert the county. This organization is ; you has represented the StateatlargeIn Cam. and Fresh Water Fish CbmmlMlon ;' ,.)'> .
contract was "
AAA said a amended .. to
under the auspices of the Rural $622.18.Although our Constitution so the lower branch of Con&re.lI.Prior $3,600 annually. '.f: 'IRepres.ntatlve
Herman upon a,, similar charge,, ,
desired for 1936 to prevent a heavy with I work has aiready- begun enable no one to be elected. memo t 1
* Resettlement Department to that he had representedhe ; I,
u been ..l
disposed of upon payment Increase In the supply of corn on the court house addition ber of the Legislature If they were '
Iqr defendant of a $50: fine and which, it was held, would bring Miss Margaret Hanford At, this home timea assistant project here the council made a worth less than $90,000, and In so : old Fourth Congressional District of Qkeechobee, Representative 'f.I ::iit\\, ..,.
Mb In charge. for fourteen year I Charles C. Johns, of Starke, and 4i '
about a surplus in hog productionIn "Utilization of recommendation for its early com doing a member of the Legislature : 'tt':!
demonstration on The'last session of the State Smith of '
C. ,
Representative 1
, :
Old Cases 1937. pletion. This project provide for would not need a job, and the !
' Products in School Lunches"will State Into ;'
Home divided the '
legislature the State
Cues which have been continued If the final tabulation shows Miss Han- Federal funds $20,506.19; sponsor'. common people of our great state Arcadia, a* Inspector In $It .'.
be presented by five district and placed Duval Motor Vehicle Commission Their > ,iJl''",
from previous terms of court approval of a new contract, Washington contribution $3,923.95.: i would have no voice In the State
lord. Time and place of meetings In the Seqond District ': ,
County salaries were not shown. (Tb. suit ,1.j/: :r'
we! of which will likely be tried officials said, the new program At this meeting'' N. D. WainwrIght -I Government. M
in- are as follow.: which also Includes Clay, Baker, claims( the law limit the depart.. t, '. :w: ,
ot week, are: would provide for an Jr., was elected chairman I I fulfilled my campaign promise "
Nov. 9-Lawtey at the Canning Union, Bradford, Alachua, Levy, ment to eight inspector, but {'. ,
Clyde Rowe twenty-five to thtr- council and Fred Hazen wanted a )
assault with Intent crease of from of the to my people. They .'
Center. Dixie, Gllchrlst Taylor Lafayette, there now are twenty-two employ- .r.\.r.ell.
18 commit murder on A, 1* Johns. ty; per cent In hog production over Brooker at the Canning was chosen secretary. A. J. Grlf- hard surfaced road tothe, State Madison Buwannee, Columbia \ .
Nov. .
George Reddish Herman.Woodlel this year, while a corn-acreage fls has been designated to represent -i Prison Farm at Raiford, and they and Nassau Counties. ) : Nrt i.

lid l Bascom Reddish, accused of similar to that of this year would Center. at the Canning the School Board at the nave It. I have the faith of the Hamilton stated that when he re- Representative B. L. Simmons of ,:;;:' .: '

waling oil from the Sinclair Re-' b. required. I Nov. 7-Hampton meetings. Other member of the 'people that I represent and I am Star next to begin his campaign I Milton, clerk In the Motor Vehicle \ .''Sl; J
?*lng Company. i All Center.meetings will begIn at 3:00: body are T. J. Terry, Floyd Wiggins going to keep it regardless of any he Intends year to conduct the Commission, $UIO monthly, and ,.''1$.

Hike Clondes, possession of all of and H. V.. Saxon. Mallory thing that a little two-by-four, Representative Thomas L. Cox- ;., ,. .1.. :.
of his
Mistaken Idea o'clock. Come and bring moat vigorous .canvas caeer ,(,
ambling apparatus. Thomas represent the county cheap lawyer like you can.dooraav. weU. of BlollAta&ow..1&. la the -' ,f,
I '
with '
friends you.Townsend
W. H. Donaldson issuing worth It baa been reported from several your V commissioner Motor Vehicle Commission, $100 : "\! l ;

'-tteck.i source that considerable unrest --No doubt you are using your monthly.

baa been created here by advocates ClubThe I I LEAVE fight agaiaut the member of the Colored Teachers Meet KM* Department '

: NEW of pensions for the aged Townsend Club will meet at BOYS legislature a* a, efteap publicity Supt. X J. Grlffl will address Thai following were listed a* em- i...

i MUSICALAT who have stated that Federal pen the court house Monday night at i FORCCC CAMPS html to run for some public office the Colored Teachers Association ploy.es of the State Road Depart- ,

RITZ aloft'funds are being matched In 7:30 o'clock. H. 1-1..Young, president yourself; but t am afraid the kind Bradford County at Its meetingto ment: j -

Duval County. One Interested person of the organization warned EIGHTEEN WHITE MEN GO of publicity that you are getting be held at 2 o'clock this after- Representative Caspian Hale ofN.w .

'"W2HEADS ON PARADE" wired the clerk of the circuit persons who plan to attend the TO LOUISIANA Is going to fly back and hit you In noon (Friday) at the R. J. E. Graded Smyrna, aupervlsor, $300 '

I FOR SUNDAY, court In Jacksonville, and receivedthe meeting to come early If they want I MONDAY ''the face so hard that when the School Colored teacher will i monthly. ': '

,. SHOW following reply "No arrangements to'' get a seat. He says that the ;I 'and two good people of your district, or our close their school at noon to attend Senator J. W. Turner of Cedar

made to match governmentold membership Is growing so fast It i Eighteen whit boys state get through with you at the thl*, the first meeting of. the Key camp physician, $200. -4S

1 wrimlc, fallt-pac,,-orgeou. pension fund no funds l la taxing the seating capacity of i colored left here'Monday to enlist poll for what ever you may run new organization. Senator H. O. Murphy of Zolfo

*J"Winted; filled with gay tune available.age The county commissioners the court room. Mr. Young said, In the Civilian Bradford Conservation County -I (Continued On Page Eight) Spring, Inspector, $325. _

glamorous girls ,Fox Film' here recently turned down "Come to the court house Monday Corps. Although white i -__-. Small Relief Fund. Representative M. R Driver of .
wal extravaganza, "Redhead on the Intention of becoming a I was allotted only twelve I Polk County, assistant rightofway ''
of penslonlBts with the ,
:!wide": the plea six additional were sent to Rood Officials Here I Bradford County will get a small
will men,
open at the Rita that the budget for this of this Inspired organizationthat Inspector, $125.Representative _
-'-". Sunday and :Monday. grounds already been made up part will\ forever banish the terrors -i Gainesville and the entire eighteenwere Official of the State Road Department i fund for direct relief during November J. W Burn of ', ,

..*w burden of the action of this year had that If such funds were of poverty In our splendid I taken. I met here last week to go Miss Gertrude fleeting, social Lake City, right-of-way'inspector, .
and sent said this
were service director
noua" following boys
; new maslcal'comedy on available It would have to country." Th orer the right-of-way that mustbe $125.
capable t made from Starke: Holcomb Overstreet of week. Previous announcement W. C. Godwin of &
shoulder of John Increased ad valor- obtained for the new route Representative
II.Iq be through an Hugh Andrew, received here had been that Federal .
and adorable Dixie Lee who Here I,Lesnery Thornton, Road 13 through Lawtey which : Chlpley assistant right-of-way In
CIlrJ em levy. Accident Near William. Brook, Clarence direct relief allotment would
Allen .
their assignments In Ira follow the railroad track and elirainataa I spector. $129.Representative
htIIi: and admirable tyle.' Sup- George I- Gould and a Mr. Bailey -' Davis. Rufus Baxter and Leo awveral rlht ancle: turn*..It end after October.... W. R. Dixon. of I ci$"
:" by Jack Haley Alan Dlne- Marriage LicensesThe from. Ohio state sustained in- Griffin Lawtey sent John Prevail ha- been unofficially stated that I Marlanna, right-of-way Inspector :

r5 Raymond Walburn. andgeou following marriage licenses juries when their automobile left Ray Crawford. Leroy Norman this project will be let a* sues as Paving At Keystone $125. : .4
s ensembles of adorable have been Issued by County Judge the road and'overturned about i and Clarence. Groves. GUn It I. seen that rlght-of-way CaB be A project for paving several Representative W. A. Bonifay of ,

'ui, they play' -the romantic a K. Perryman In recent weeks: live miles west of here on Road Hick. Fred White Earnest Mor- secured.Injured. streets at Keystone Heights resort Milton. Inspector $190.: :

\a,_Jj this rhapsody on red. :M. A- Blackwell. Jr., and maWUlIamlOn 28 early Tuesday afternoon. Mr. ran and Grady Perry cam of from Graham I. town llear. here, lias. been approved Representative W. f. Robuuon *, ,
;-Y and Wednesday brings Lake BuUer. Bailey suffered a fractured up. Hampton. Calvin Starling, In Accident by the WPA. The work of Wakulla. inspector $125. '

k-wm! Screen "Gay Deeep.. Nolan D. William and Alwynn. per Jaw and was carried Immediately and Otto Brown. of New RIver will require a Federal grant of Representative Dan Kelly Jr.. of ,4 .
C. Thomas, qj. Augustinedrjgglst
: \ Ft'ances to a Jacksonville hospital. were also eDlI.teeS.The Joseph Fcrnandlna right-of-way Inspector
Dee and *"***- Gainesville. M. i $10,408. U
* Hazen, OllleDigg and of Mr K.
before any colored boy wer son '
Starke 7
UeerOt21er and Mary Irwin, Both men left two I ,.$130. ;
Hubert Green detail of the accident were learn and Allen Green both of Thomas, of Starke, I Ia still confined Others Named
musical Births
Dlu.lc comedy filled Gainesville. I Starke. The whl enlistment is In a hospital there a* the result of Representative C. Wesley Larson -. ,-*
II and romance 14 **T*>rl< Stanley and Mary Ague ed. I Sunday af and Mrs. Wiener twin
SPt1ng''. John believed to have gone to camps In an automobile accident Mr. Jerry of Clay County, road Inspector. *
which '
l'Ic\ay\ will 'b* shown Blocker, Jacksonville. Church Louisiana. ternoon. Mr. Thomas wa on his girl, October 37.Mr $150. -

r.w.and Friday. StarringKing's --. 'St. Marks -_. way to Btarke to meet his wit., ,. and Mrs. Lesley McClellan, Representative A. Price of Wau- '

h.411 who made her debut Elected'Moderator Services will be held regularlyat Buys New River Farm who has been visiting .relative* Lawtey. boy October 29. chula assistant right-of-way In J

5the Horses,''Tulllo of St. Mark's Episcopal Church on Corporation here,. when his automobile overturned Mr. and Mrs. Tison Thornton. $125.Senator i*
, and Ida Luplno. The Rev. M. C. SUth. pastor fourth and fifth Sundays The Wilson Realty other aide of Shand Starke girl October 30.Southern .
o Church and the second, announced tile sal of on 8. C. Smith of Lake City _
j the Brentwood Baptist a. m. Litany and this week of the accident _i _
moderator at 11 o'clock place at New Bridge. The cause was named a* an employee of the '
Enrtlal1 elected
manufacturer' has well-known here, was will be held at 7:30 the old McKlnney been learned here this Bert'Is spending $30-
practice had not Livestock Board at
HCHI choir Tbe farm Stats : Sanitary ,
eombinatlon auto lock of the Jacksonville Baptist o'clock on Friday.Dlgbta preceding River to C. a Butler. Land week. He,received severe, .cuts. 300 la modernisms. Its Miami ga.fiLe. .. _____

P"*ltaau" horn blowing a COD- I Association for tile ensuing annual year the Sunday. on which.service was property of the Federal \ \.th.. !!_ nn when the fifty-seventh Bank. ;
the Ignition of during held.
*"Ia last week; will C
tampered with. meeting of that body

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-AGM. .TSS'A_ -_--::- .' __ .__ "n ___ __ _-- ".- -- .- ._ H_ ___. ___..______,._---- --- -.' -- -n THERESSAHhodn LAWTEY i that they; talk much, milte)
'---- LONG BRIDGE I promises and then !
GRAHAM 1 Cerrespond. oiMrs" o. ,1. Palllipa. Correapeadest nOlhlng
ZclKlWi They believe-
Mm. L. C. s_..... CorrespondentMr. Mrs. Z. Z. Grlffls, Correapondent MIM Nina Whitehead, Cor. 1111. Install New Fountain ambition is that the L Whit,
hnnieAdkln1 small to
C.rreapo.ded and
Mire A.l. Nlnmio. J exploit
who has and R. Kinard spent Mrs. Dan Boree and two sons Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Yarborough daughter..of Jacksonville, are visiting F. R. Carradine last week installed sources human and rnnterJ r.
Rev. W. T. McGuIre in Gainesville at the of Jacksonvillewere the latest equipment and the black (,
hasa the week-end i Harold and Doyle,. were visiting' In Gainesville lost 'her parents Mr. and Mrs. S. and yellow
several days peoples,
been quite 111 for ZenaiGrlffls fountain in his drug
teachers meeting.Mr visiting Mr. an-1 Mrs. of Theressa. new soda The situation
to Thursday.Miss R. Swindell Is
who are glad '
bout of friends and Mrs. Mack McKenzie of Sunday. the and store here which la a credit to the lous to particularly! llel
learn that his condition Is improving Hazel Whitehead spent Mr. and Mrs. Dan Loper England. if as Du
Halt Haven were guests of Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Hogan and week-end with Miss Vera Butler. small son of Georgia, are visitingher city. also pointed out an undersland Bo,

: Misses Alta McKenzle's parents, Mr. and Mrs. daughters, Irene and Marjorie, and Mr. and Mrs. Sam Whitehead parents, Mr. and Mrs. Adam Ing between China and
Mrs.' Floy Sullivan J. H. Surrency, Sunday night. Helen Rayberg of Jacksonville,, were visitingMr.. and Mrs. C. C. Leases Filling Station closes Asia to white Japnl
and Willie Mae Hlnson, Kelsey.Mr. Whitehead has leased the "aggression
Rhames C. R.
and Mrs. Arnold
Thursdayfor India
left visiting need
Lester Sponholtz, at. Averner Padgett were Butler Sunday. and Mrs.: Arthur Milliken Whiteheadand no longer hesitate ,
and Proto canalat filling station of C. R. tween !>t
Association work on the cross-state Grlffls Sunday. *f Tampa, was visIting Sylvia, of passive resistance
tended the Teachers Avery Johns and small daughter, will have a first class filling and ope;
last Ocala. Raleigh Thomas and children, of Mr. and Mrs. H. her parents, rebellion. India Is a
which convened at Gainesville hIs brother; Ocala were visiting station besides having in stock a mighty mUI
O. W. Dyal and Irving 'Dyal Green Cove Springs, attended cle In the body of the
Saturday.Mrs. In L. Johns, last week. Mr. and Mrs. A., L. complete line of accessories. British Em
transacting business Church at China Grove Sunday plre. Her millions
were* of
K. B. James and Olen native
O. Q. Pearce ; ar
and M. L. Watterson were visit- Starke Monday. night. rish of Dukes, were visiting here day.Mr.. Andrew Sullivan and Henry Plant Thieves Active governed by a few thousand will 1
Mrs A. A. Armstead of of Plant City, was What an Indian revolt
week. Mr. and Curt Dees, businessIn would
ing in Starke this Sunday. Hardee were transacting Thieves Tuesday night entered lIIe
Gainesville were dinner guests of his mother, Mrs. Lizzie can only be conjectured-,
Mrs. Mattle Anna Ward who visiting Miss Murla Brannen of Midway Starke Saturday. the place of H. B. Arwood and took that but tit
Smith, Sunday. sun finally set
Mrs. L C.
and last Monday. on it
has been the guest of her daughter Revival services began at the Dees Harris spent last week with Mrs. Pledger We are sorry to learn of the Illness four thousand strawberry plants red Indeed. So It Would b

Mrs. L. A. PrIngle, of Starke for Church Monday night Mr. and Mrs. Earnest Johns. of Mrs. T. B. Triest, we hope that he had purchased and healed out all the colonies goes of througb
to her Christian was visiting China Grove Church Joe Smith, A. B. were black 1 Pi'
several days has until Sunday. Mesdames she will soon recover. out to set Wednesday. Dogs pies governed
and will continue on European
home here.S. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Reynoldswere Sunday night Whitehead and sisters Nina and Howard Moore: who la a stu- put on the trail but soon lost it on British French and Italian ,-

R. Johns of Starke was a business visiting relatives and friendsIn Mae Prevatt was visiting her Nona were visiting at Gainesville dent at the University of Florida, account of the thieves using an Hand, in Kenya Colony el BOlDa

visitor here this week.SAXTON Fairfield Sunday. grandfather and grandmother, Mr. Monday night. In Gainesville,' spent the weekend automobile to get away.Personals in Africa and South America ewhsi<

Mrs. F. M. Griffin and Mrs. C. and Mrs. Paul Prevatt, Sunday.visiting in -' with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Nothing is more horrible

B. Roberts were shopping In Harvey Gainey was BETHEL _. W. Moore, of Theressa. dangerous more 11101
Gainesville, Monday. Mrs. G. W. Roberts and children corrupting )to It
Mva. W. A. TIer% Correspondent Gainesville, Friday. _. Mrs Ralph Galney, Correspondent Mr. and :Mrs. T., B. Brown and visitors to Jacksonville Saturday orderly processes of clvilira; .

o W. R. Swanbom who Is employed Mrs. C. Fogg and son Jewett VANDERBILT T. J. McIntyre Mrs. Ralph children of Hampton were visit- were than race warfare. The great 1111

in Ft. Myers spent the weekend moved last week to their new home and two children. Catherineand ing at the home of A. L, Sullivan! Jorlty of the earth's PCI'ulationcolored
themto Cor.) Gainey A. M., Blanchard was a business
We welcome Bloodsworth,
here in Graham. lU188 Debris
( Sunday. and
here with his family. Christine, Ira and Earnest Allen a great majority! I
Miss Dorothy Swanbom who Is our town. Mattie and DebrisBloodsworth all of Starke were visiting Mr. Mr. and Mrs.: J. J.. Ziegler and visitor to Starke Saturday. these colored peoples are dOllllnll

In college in Tallahassee spent the Wo welcome them to our town. Misses spent Friday in and Mrs. G., W. Harrell of Lake daughters Rhoda and Ruth, were A. H. Harley; W. C.:'Wooten, H. ed by whites If the ltalY-EIII

week-end at her home here. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Johnson were City Thursday night. visiting Mr. Ziegler's sister, Mrs. C. Harley and O. J. Phillips at- oplan disorder leads to a doclsll

Jordan Lee Brantley who is employed visiting Mrs. Johnson's parents Gainesville. Little Catherine GaIney of John Sullivan, at Waldo Sunday. tended the district meeting of Ma- split between the two gl'l'l,

In Ocala, spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Youngblood, in Miss CarraBelle Norman is Starke Is spepdlng this week in Mrs. Susie Hardee and Miss Ida sonic Lodges at.Lake Butler, Friday groups, it will be one of the lDo

his family. Waldo Sunday. spending several days in Jackson- Lake City with her grandparents Hagen were shopping In Starke evening. Important events In the history 1

,C. C. Sumner left last week for Dave Dyal of Hampton was visiting ville with her sister Mrs. Ellen Mr. and Mrs..G. W. Harrell. 1 Saturday. Rev. C. E. Cutshaw filled his the world-an event that, Over

Ocala where he Is employed. In our section Friday. Barber. Miss Cherry Harrell of Lake Miss Hazel Sullivan of Waldo, appointment at the- First Baptist period of many years, perry",

-- i Mr. and Mrs. Russell Norman, City, Is visiting friends and relatives Is visiting her cousins Misses Church at Hampton Sunday. centuries, can change all the mal

Miss Mattle Norman little Evelyn In Starke. Rhoda and Ruth Zeigler, of Ther- Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Wooten and remake the earth to a cent "

Dent WAIT W WEEPBE Bloodsworth and Mrs. A. A. Edwards Miss Agnes Johns of Gum essa, this week. were visitors to MIcanopy Sunday. plan.

spent the day Saturday in Branch section spent Sunday in Mr George Youngblood and A large party of young people League of Nations
Gainesville this section with Miss Gladys Lee son of Ft. McCoy were visiting from here attended homecoming at E>ancU">

Mr. and Mrs F. M. Norman anddaughter :Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Johns of Vanderbilt relatives here Sunday Gainesville Saturday. against Italy will probably be
I l HAPPY Mattle, Mr. and Mrs. section were vIsIting( '_ Mr. and Mrs. Jessie Adkins, of fore by the time this is read
Lonnie Harley anu Joe Frigo First
will be
r Russel Norman, Misses Delorls and Mrs R. L. LeeSunday.- Jacksonville, were visiting his sister econom
Bloodsworth\ and Madaline Crews Mr, and Mrs. E. E. Lee, Mr. JllJr'l Mrs. R.' M. Hersey, of Ther- were business visitors to Plant and will take the following fon

attended the Singing Convention at Mrs Colonel Gllsson all of essa, over the weekend.W. ,City Friday. teachers' among others:

1 Jonesville, Sunday. section were visiting Mr. and Mrs. i H. Hall was attending to Those attending the Forbid the opening or credit
r in Gainesville Friday
Edwards Home Sun- business' In Starke Saturday. Italy In any foreign country )Fe
Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Steve Carter at Flora L.
from here were Mrs.
with Mr., and Mrs. Leo Hill of Jack- i Saturday bid authorization of an Its
spent Thursday in Brooker day. 1. H. Hill. Mrs. L. H.: Futch, Mrs.
'if411 V. for the sonville were visiting Mr. Hill'sparents bond Issue in any foreign count I
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. rtalph Gainey left Sunday
Lucille Beck, Mrs. Eunice Kelley
SURERAladdin I Edwards ;anal at Ocala where he will be Mr. and Mrs. George Hill E. Forbid opening of bank credlls
Mrs. Edwards and Prof. A.
'* of Theressa over the week-end. Italy in any League nation tIng ,
Mrs. Coy Edwards of Brooker Is employed. is Maxwell.Mr. to the sanctions '
Mrs. C. A. Youngblood quite Foi bidIng ope)
several days with her and Mrs. L. F. Dlnkins,. of
WHITE spending ill at this writing, we hope she. of normal commercial cred
parents Mr and Mrs. R. M. Alva- GUM BRANCH will be well soon. Starke, were visiting here Monday -a prohibition which, it Is 111I

rez. Miss Elizabeth llarnage, Cor. Miss afternoon. would about
UGH7 Roy Hunter and sister bring an almost co
:Torode W
Mrs W.,E. Mrs. G. ,
of Italian
Denmark of Starke Dorothy Hunter, of Brooker; were plete stoppage trade
Mrs. Lou sl! ,
MfHOftNI ( COAL Os. ) BROOKER the week-end with her parents visiting friends at Theressa, Sunday Roberts Mrs. V. R. Reddish spent brief, the sanctions would be I
with Mrs. James G. Godwin
Mills VerA Oalney, Correspondent Mr. and Mrs;' J. S. Sapp. the day signed to paralyze Italy s I 11111':

Mantle Lamp3 i ::: Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Shaw 'and Mrs 'Delaney Dickinson was In atthe, State Blanchard Farm, Tuesday.visiting and export business.
Miss Enxa was
F to busi three nations vol
Mr. and Mrs. Marvin F. Hazen children, of the State Farm were Starke Friday attending Only
relatives Melrose Tuesday.
B J.. ':' af Tampa who have been spending visiting relatives in this 'section, at against the sanctions and a
Jot a while here with Mr. and Mrs.'E. Sunday.Mr. ness.Lester Hall of New Smyrna,' was Mrs. John C. Ward Is 'VIsiting they would not obey then,

422 o4/ M. Hazen, and Mrs. John Cone left'lit and Mrs. W. R. Conner of visiting relatives at Theressa Fri- friends in Jacksonville this week.will banla and Hungary, which are I

week to go on a motor trip. Rising section were the guests of Friends of Billy Plummer atlvely unimportant, and Austl

+ They plan to visit Washington, D. Mr.,, and Mr L. L. Conner Sunday day.S.. E. Triest and R. M. Hersey regret to learn of his serious Illness I which, due to geopraghlcal pi
$ I \, attendingto at his home here. with pneu- tton is unimportant Atria
J., Chattanooga. Tenn., and Hot afternoon. were in Starke Saturday very

Here's All you awd to daof :Springs, Ark.Among I Mr. and Mrs. H. Keene and family business. monia., A.. M. Blanchard Is visiting conects Italy with Germ
.._.. at'GlenSt. which Is no longer a member i of:
Ie 1.Lr .. those from here who attended werevisiting relatives frlendsIn' :Mel-
relatives ind vII
How/ IhU (.rou( 325. the homecoming game at Mary's Sunday.Mr. Dyal and Misses Mildred Brown League. Thus goods Italy
.Chr, U to com la rose this week. ly needs can be bought In t J
sad on_.lIy 00.qwMoud Gainesville: Saturday were W. T. and Mrs. Marlon Browning and Verna Phillips ofSampson Miss Elva; Lee Reddish'and Miss across Aus
wItIt Uw quality end Weeks, Artford Brown, and Miss and children of Raiford were visit- City were dinner guests of Miss Pauline ,Andrews were visiting in many, transported
route of We! Otof. .... Wbra and Mrs. H. L. Edwards, largely nullifying League aslions.
Brown. Mr. Nlta Kelly Sunday
: ing
your porehoM .km ._, to Jacksonville over the weekend.Mr. The League, which li II
(140 U0 koiaunil ntw AlotfAn All the members of the Brooker !Sunday afternoon.Mr. v Miss Vesta ,'McRae 'spent the and Mrs. Melvin Futch were being led,by England COUld
told* toot* It your* uponpomoBtofaoJytJlt attended the teach- and Mr:;P. D. Reddish were week-end with Miss Leola Norman. In Gainesville
Von ... ichool faculty visiting relatives course cure that by military i act
of Mr and Mrs., J. S. section.' -
the guests : In Woodlawn .
--.I of full rain. for rrary penny you lond.oW ers' meeting at Gainesville .Friday' over the 'week-end. something that would mean N
MI ......_ yon .*. n err *ub t.ntlal um ofnaif. and Saturday. Sapp, ,Friday afternoon. Miss Carrie Alvarez and brother Rev. C. E. Cutshaw will'fill his still believe that nothing
W. on ,.-. thte njMdol limit** Mm Herbert G. R. Alvarez and Many
G. W. Hazen H. P, appointment at the Baptist Church that war,
oflUr to MiiiiliH tort ptopl with tht feet .11. It Mr. and Mrs. be really settled until
nnyi to trad with at, fat n bans.. that Does you Galney and laughter Vera,. and B. PINE LEVELMrs. Miss Argola' Crosby were here Sunday at eleven a. m. and curs.. :

on r..omrrrasin tiwrnrt I b* ...._ Yot/rhocs/ ( IT'z' I F. Hazen attended the Mt. Enon IL M.. McRae, Correspondent friends at Theressa'Sunday after- seven-thirty In the evening. All PltWPA6.tND1 I'

Association at Corinth ChurchneilI' noon.Mr. are most:,cordially Invited to. at- WAR I
Q11U.Mbfr UOMSMd/ Ft. Meade last week-end. El- Mr. and Mr*. David) Kelly of and Mrs. J. J. Brown of tend these services.InterRacial In this hour of war's recur 1

6ET D TAI LS OF THIS let and Mrs. L. D. 'Johns of Graham Starke were 'Visiting Mr and Mrs. Sampson City and Mrs. David Kelly we should take a tight grip on I

UBIMAI. OFFER HERE also went, while there they all, Willis Dyal Sunday. of Starke was visiting the,bedside War credulity and our emotional

visited friends and relatives at va- Wesley McRae of Ocala spent of, Willis Dyal Tuesday. tlona. I

BRADFORD HARDWARE COMPANYSTARKE rious points In South Florida. Saturday night here with his fam- We are glad to report that Miss after ''May Result In President Roosevelt has dee 11
Fountain Is improving strict
Myrtle to be one
A. L. Green and son Earl, mot- ily.Misses Italy's Ambitions our policy
EulaMae and Etta Fae several days Illness. trallty.
FLORIDA red to Starke Monday. .
must lake
This nation
-. There Is one phase of the Italian- SIDES in Old World emb

Ethiopian struggle that has received meats, either In action or

r much less notice than it de thought.

serves.' That phase-which. In the For this reason we must i b

"W,.. .. long view may become the most our guard against inflamm

k ". .. . .,it c. Important and most potentially propaganda from abroad. d,<

{ rl "'a. .r .,.,. .. .. I ., .,. dangerous of all the phases--Is the ed to Influence our sentiment

It", .. '." CFi Inter-racial complications that may a people and to substitute 'P l.

,. arise from Italy's Imperial ambi for Judgment.

. .. ... ...,.,...:.,. ; :, tions. Of those that remember the
"... .. ". .. '''' .. .''',' Here Is the way It is expressedby ly days of the World War

.... .... 'd>. the famed American Negro leader dees not recall the Incredible

... 'ij.,.. ... educator, and writer W, E. B. cities, described with amazln
,.,." .. J Du Bois, Is the October issue, of Imputed to
.. tall, which
! .. .... .'.,.. Foreign Affairs; "The probabilitiesare German submarines?

: ::; .', '. ,. .... .. that Italy c .'.will subdue Ethi- This propaganda was obvl

: .. .. .. ......"..",.,.,'.. .. opia.] If this happens it will be a intended to enlist our sym|
.. costly victory, both for Italy and
'" .\.. and aid.,
"" !: the white world-India,. China and And with what chagrin we

Japan, Africa in Africa and In the statement of Admiralfive
' '.:: America and all the South Seas after the close c
,. years
America all that vast not one
and Indian was
that there
,; ware:
mass of men who have felt the gle case ,of an authentic Goi
,r.. oppression and insults' the slav- submarine atrocity of the ty

.. '." ery and exploitation of white folks, purveyed for
'. Industriously
.. will 'I told sol! There is war II
V. .. say: you while the
'' .;;! consumption
.. no faith In them even toward each '
.. ... *
r flndlne atrocity
\ other. They do not believe In NOW' we
), :t 3 'St .. ...,..;1wv.v .. Christianity: and they will never that flooded the world when

voluntarily recognize the essential :Germans began their march

equality of human beings or sur- Belgium duplicated on. the

render the Idea of dominating the : day of the Italian advance lu

,rp, }11v1hI.iJ majority of men for their own selfish i Ethiopia, by a report that
v ends. Japans was right. The aviators had bombed a hosp

only path to freedom and equalityIs I PERHAPS these stories w

force, and force to .the utter confirmed..
most':" But they have not
Du Bols' allusion to China,and firmed YET and Italy

,.,r rl4f11h' Japan Involves another point thatIs denies them. we g
not"so welt understood ,as It And until they are
should be. When Japan started bear In mind that such 8torl
.:, their C
,; .'. her Invasion of Manchuria a few most invariably have
f.t;', \ years ago, the white nations seem- In interested quarters.The ot

;>.'> ed to be solidly on the side of I imperialist powers f

I' China. Japan was called an outlaw i rope have not in the past

among nations, was held to entirely for humanity
.., be a menace to the peace of the Of course. England Is not

date world. Yet a legion of white ob- ; ly unselfish In her foreign hall

servers, have returned from the British policy always w b

Orient since, bringing the news nits object of Its own. w

; ei that, China today feels more appearance It wears on forth

1 \. .. for Mildness friendly to the Japanese who tried face It I. in reality the emp''
.. *-and are still trying-to wrest grandtsements of her
., ., will
.j, ,,
f.. .... H< .... from her a large share of her territory the safeguarding

r"U r;,'r'11 ,. than she does toward the told,. I
-for Better Taster English, the Americans, the Ger- It,.Is not for us to Judge EnglaJl

;' .i. mans, the Italians and others. Result ice: or injustice of

.:: r of that baa been something iltlon.
neither should
'W approaching a concord between But
: '... ". Tokyo and Nanking governments. any other
.." .. .. SoWour tbJ'Ou
''. .. Whites have definitely "lost face"In prejudiCeS

'.or' "": ....w4..._I. .... "' 4.---.' : ... China-they are mistrusted dto- pared propaganda-Atlaat.
; ,,' :\ liked feared.: The Chinese believe gt i A..

.. I""_............."".""*""-"'.._"".:. '',.'. ,"', .. .. .. ., .... ... .


Bradford County High School Journal

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EDITORIALS Weekly ,Meeting Exchanges Triple STOLEN READY MADE
Purpose True Courtesy Chapel Program *
Of Student In a recent editorial the Co*
------ Gov't.Is Eyes Must Program Is Given Given ThursdayThe Age-Record observed: that there
Be Opened, Urges
What do think
Held you a courteous could be better commentary on
Beet Interest o* Thursday President -- no
to the Spivey-The Southern manner Is? Do think it Is
pelolt'd (Lakeland),-Gee, they must havea Chapel last Thursday had a you elementary Chapel was held, the worth of electric "yardsticks"determined
nice No
putting on manners ,
JIL-\DFORD piton !SCHOOL The Student Cooperative Gov- lot of blind people around there. triple purpose. Thore were numbers very as usual last Thursday the third government competition -
real is not It is
courtesy on.
Alumnae ernment of Bradford High held Its In honor of health and Temperance put period. Most of the numbers were with private utility compa-
9tllllrn18, Patrons and weekly meeting last Thursdays, the week, Theodora Roose- Just being polite and considerate of about or pertaining to, Health and nies than the following anecdote:

--- -------- first period. Who are the "Smart Seniors"? velt's birthday and'Navy Day. others every day of our lives. Temperance week. Two London broom peddlers met
------ Queries in the Clay Hi Oracle The began with A person with a courteous manner on the Street Said Peddler Num-
l JDITORI.\L STAFF The meeting was called to order program a repe- Mrs. Ritch was in charge. The
(Green Cove Springs).-Why, all tition of some elementary talks in a medium tone of ber 1 to his competitor "HI don't
.Chlef----- A. W. Anderson by President Phillips and the roll chapel program opened with a song "A
Ullor-In :Jr.odeiy called. the seniors except the dumb ones numbers. voice does not giggle or fidget or Child's Hymn," the Lord's Prayer see 'ow you sell your brooms for
of course. have affected airs of kind. A
any HI steals the stick and
White Mrs. Walnwrlght's third grade and the Flag Salute. sixpence;
EdJtorDorotby The minutes of
last meetingwere courteous Is quiet on the
person HI steals the straw, and HI don'tmake
Marjorie Marwtck read presented a number entitled "Tem Miss Hazcn's room gave a number
Editor, by Secretary Frances *" streets or in any public place. He sellln'( 'em for nine-
ugrary(!!! Walters Junior Class Elects Offices for perance." "Temperance, and Miss nothing
___ ug Peek, and ,
Editor approved. or she does not annoy others in "
IoU __AHce Royeater Year-headline in the Frond (West The fourth grade article[ MuJgtt Mlddleton's room gave a pence
Editor Clara gave an attract attention. The
lldltorlll: Editor ____:.Marie There the Flume, treasurer, reported Palm Beach).-We thought the offices on "Safety" and the first grade any way or does not talk too number, "Five Essential of "That' easy," said Peddler
still polite
feature .. treasury empty. were only elected for six told 1 "Five person Health"" Number 2. "HI steals 'em readymade
Editor ------------ us Essentials of much.
EkJIIentary ,____ Eunice WUllams Committee reports were next weeks. Health." Miss Hogged'* room gave a play ."
___' Vonda Inman reported that her Trying to please others Is part .. '
There was a Temperance: speechby let on health and Mrs. Howard'sroom .
first aid group had been loaned a Query number eight In the Clay the second grade and a little of true courtesy. Sometimes we presented "The Effect. of Al- LACK OF FUNDS" -

ruE IMPORTANCE: OF bed by Mr. Dampler. HI Oracle of October 11. Why the playlet "Animal Crackers and Cocoa please most- by being business quiet Yet and cohol on the Body." Statistics taken from the Unit-

CORRECT STUDY HABITS The traffic squad announcedthat Humane Society doesn't make ." should minding our own be the look-out we The second grade gave a poem, ed States Bureau of Education

Mr. L. M. Gray, road contractor Philip C. stop righting?-That sentence Miss Kitty Hogscd's first grade to do favors always for others.on True cour- "Animal Crackers" and Mrs. Surveys show that out of 1000

Correct study habits are essential had given them two fine, large Is just plain verbiage (murder gave a number The Menagerie is Walnwrlght's room rendered "A children entering Grade School:

I in order to obtain success.jr atop signs to be placed in the of the king's English), Diet," and the fifth grade gave a tesy thoughtfulness.Part Temperance Acrostic." Only 634 reach the Eighth Grade

_aural habits- are of first im- street. I talk on "Thn Effect of .Icohpl on of true courtesy Is being Miss Buddlngton' room sang "A 343 enter High School

UO not only as aids to sucLS The attendance and punctuality The following Is from the Glen the Body." polite to our family und also to Fond Song," and Mrs. Hart's 139 Graduate

portance, in one's school life but also aa committee reported the collection; Bond of Glen Ellyn Illinois high In conclusion of,,this part of the anyone who serves us. We never room gave a "Safety Acrostic:' 72 enter college

: intelligent thinking in after of two cents. school! We are having some of the program was an interesting and make mistake In being polite to A number entitled "Frances 23 Graduate

pare Hence, the proper study: same trouble mentioned In the first well given skit., anyone. God: manners come from Miller's First Pledge" was next WHY Mostly for lack of mon

wAU: will ve beneficial inaany Library committee reported collection three or four sentences. The ideaIs The second half of the-program :a good heart. and a health skit followed ey. -Exchange.i .

ways The proper technique of nine cents. good but we are afraid the plan was composed of numbers from A polite person always says Miss Strickland's sixth gave an- -i -. e> .

it} study habits provides capacity; When the Grounds and Super Just will not work In Junior and tho high school. This pint of the "pardon me' and "thank you," other Health Acrostic England's most famous writer

tor self-education. Therefore, the vision of Play Committees made Senior High School although I It program was originated and pro- when stepping In front of another Mr Gray then took charge and Shakespeare, and Spaln'a most ta.

indent's ability to understand their report, Mr. Gray told them works well In colleges pared by tho assembly and special person, and when a favor In done. made a. talk gave some announcements moue writer, Cervantes both XHoU

md follow directions Is "half the to keep the children out of the program committee Hugh Good table manners also show and then turned ,the pro" on April 23, 1016.

trees although It was all right for: Honor courtesy. over to Simeon Phillips,
battle," so to speak. 1'IIII1MI'Irl't'lato' SMlal Walters, chairman, announced the gram
of study Is an Important them to play "Tarzan" by swing- Room program.The Here are some points to remem senior class president l who song

Organization feature to acquire good Ing on the lower branches. "HI, there, you in here, too?" first numbers were a temperance ber on True Courtesy: some entertaining numbers to accompaniment young

Study bublts. Many Intelligent students These are but few of the twenty "Huy! Come and sit with me." sketch by the seventh A, 1. Courtesy Is not put on. of, his guitar '

fall their freshmen work at reports.As "Sny, could I see your American and "The Two GlaSHus," by EighthA. 2. A courteous person Is quiet Chapel was then dismissed.
_... .
college, because they have poor or- some dishonesty has been die history outline a minute? and unaffected always, in all
Poor habits of thought- covered an honesty campaign is to So runs the conversation In the Eighth Ii. presented "Alcohol places. MISSION HALL
putatton.and thought-giving are tremendouS be conducted. new Glen Bond Honor Room which and Work' and Tenth B gave "The 3. A courteous person Is sincere Tn* usual Bible Study WillS heldon t jTake no chances
jetting I recall frommy has been set aside for Honor Roll Health Philosophies." and modest. Tuesday evening. Singing was Children ,

handicaps.schooj experience the The meeting was set for the students up on the fourth floor, In The Spoken English class then 4. To be courteous Is to be kind omitted, and the time spent In the re : colds

own high had "plenty of brains," same time at the same place next lieu of the plan In effect last year presented a very Interesting play and helpful. study alone. The subject being of beet tressed
fellow who Thursday, after which the meeting such vital Importance to all, the without
of haphazard whereby students either stayed "A Trip to a Shoe Store b, Courtesy means consideration I "owing"
ut methods t who,of because study always felt him adjourned.. out of the building or went to Ten A gave a talk on "The right for others time could not well have been bet At bedtjme, just

of failure. study halls Principal heater has attitudes and light habits," and 6. Politeness In speech Is necessary ter Hpent.Subject'for. nlbon
zone '
the danger "
this year prepared the new room the eleventh grader gave n "Life next Week wlll be
less favorably
1.180; recall the nature who- By MARIE THEDE for them. Now Honor Roll stu (Sketch of Theodore Roosevelt, I 7, Courtesy Is also shown In announced from bulletin boards v Ks
endowed by There was a great wooded park : dents have the choice of going. Tho twelfth grade presented writing letters. later and you are Invited to attend ,
careful never
because of study.' across the street from Nancy'shouse there or reporting to their respective I "The Scientific Effects of Alco- 8. Politeness to be genuine these studies from timeto time,

tailed, the Ideal spot for gypsies. study halls or llbrarys. hol." "The Salon Bar," and "When must extend to all we deal with.If and as you hear, be like the Be- 4 eiy ;
.' Concentration is another essential Nancy was seated on the front There's absolutely no supervisionIn Honest People Steal. reans "search the scriptures to see

in order to form good 'study steps to her beautiful home dream- the room, and so the studentsare Mr. Gray then gave a short talk our lips would keep from slips, '! If these things be true"

habits Successful study requires ing of gypsies when five old au- free to do whatever they wish,, and his announcements, after Five things- observe with care,

concentration; If one'allow his tos filled to the overflow with luggage within reason, of course. which chapel was dismissed. To whom you speak; of whom you UllltKU: u. III.IC4TIOV' ANn

mind to wander, his trend of prop and gypsies come riding up, speak NO'IKM I" horfihy TO AI'PM.aliNOTICIO Ivan K

er thought Is lost. The ability to They parked under the trees anda Honor students think It Is a stepIn Given And how; and when; and where rtfthuhnaii, mull wife, LAlny tr..J;.. .
memorize Is also a great help to little boy ran across the streetto direction, this new Signs Are nun. that a Kill of Coiutilnlnt. has. -- --
right .
b Htn filed HKaliiHt you and! each .t
attain good study habit To de'tdop Nancy. He stopped In front of Honor Room, and that It shouldbe To Our School THKODORR ROOSEVELTThis yule l In! the i'licMilt Court! of: Dreadfor

one's skill-building study Nancy and abruptly said: "Poppa chalked up as another one of -- past week Bradford High In that County certain, Florida cause, ftitttlctil In fhnnrnry The I

habit, It is necessary to have accuracy said could we park over yonder?" Mr.: Blaster's clever plans to give We are very grateful to Mr, L. has not forgotten the successful federal. 'Land flunk of Columbia.
dream Roosevelt's Plaintiff, v.rniiA J. K. Bonnnimn Anilwlr
In note-taking, outlining, Nancy realized that her president Theodore
Glen Bond students a bit more M Gray, the'contractor who is *. Dalxy Dohannan. t al.! He-
revising, and the composing of had at last been fulfilled-there freedom. building the Starke-State Farm birthday He was not only a successful f.n lHntn' to reform a 1enurfutlon
original materials. fore she answered in the affirma- president but he did muchto and fornclosure a Mort ate a. reformed Mothers read this
road for giving us two large iron cov.rlnn. the fulluwlncMorlUnd rt.. :
Another Important fact In cor- tive, she cocked her head to one Typevrltlng teachers' have Inaugurated signs reading "Slow Down" In very raise the standards of the land situate, lylnv ana bee

rect study habits Is the ability to side and asked Inquisitively, a new and Interesting large letters. The signs are surmounted American people. Through discouragement In if In Bradford, .- Cuunly, Florida, tow

read successfully. If concentra "What's your' name?' Where are mtthod of teaching typing which by a red'flag.. .The signs and conflict he stood it/N' of N\VM of NWW fit ......Uun
T"Haughtily fast for his people' and his nation. 81\\. Tuwn"hlp 5 Mouth of Kan*. i*
bon la mastered, reading assignments you going makes it easier and more of a novelty are placed in the center of High- Least, and more particularly dMrrlhnd ..
will not become boresome to he answered "JoseIs -The Ford. "Why we've been way 13 at the two most dangerous We think It worth while to study an hnirlitnliiK I at Narthw.et
the student. Poor habits of re- my name: come from Tampa; doing that for years, crossings. his life---As a boy he was very earns of Mnutlon lilt, Townahlp, w) v ", '
12 Kant and
but with his1 determination Hmiin of native run-
learcb, poor habits of note-taking, donno where I'm going. These signs will lighten the workof weak physically n In' w Kant: Sail feel to thi i M. A. I..
habits of Nancy wishing to be well informed has and decreasethe and willpower he Uyi thvnr Mouth and parallel d
poor organization, poor The Clay HI Oracle a question the traffic squad with the Wnt.Me of the M. A. U ,
habits of evaluating-all these con- of the life gypsies lead box, but, although we lookedall danger of passing autos to children [ overcame this and became a specimen Jay 1311 f..et| thence Went to the t
ttltute failure. On the other hand, started asking questions one after through the paper we couldn't crossing the road. of perfect health-So was it Hurt Inn line dividing Henlloim 114 .
and ret'th.ne. North a>0 feet to
reliable! habits of study, clear another. "What does your 'Pop find the answers. throughout his life-his courageand the point of benlnnlnsr.AH \
thinking, successful organization pa' do?"" HALLOWE'ENHallowe'en strength made him one of the | comnenring: at theHVVroiner *.

md evaluation lead to the one pur- "Oh, he eat and sleep all day." Clay High School In their Oracle is so-called becauseIt most admired men the world has- Mouth of of Hrvtlon Kanne tt 84,leant TowiiNhlp, and rim-' 5 A* (CONST1: PA ri'.l child U in easily
to the older gypsies unpacking known. nine fcant on the Hnrtlon line 1120 trulthl) ncil nut lI'a. pity moremnrh..1'II
po Successful Study Habits.. Pointing that they have "at last received Is the eve of the Christian festival
says .
"Where '-"II thence North 4iO feet; tll.nr.W..t don't know the rrnifldy,
Correct study habits enable one she questioned some equipment which is I of All Saints which. falls on MOONLIGHT 13JO feeti thence Mouth 420 \ liquid, laxative li the answer .
did you get all those interesting basket balls a November 1. TO feet to the point of beirlnnliia'. all
to express his Ideas In a straightforward composed of two beantlful tonight. Ointatnlnir In all ID acreM more mother I'hr answer to your
looking things?" ball." The building of bonfires, crack- It is so very worries over conHtiimtlon.' A liquid
manner. If one plans his football and a soccer or !lees and lielnir In Mnrclonn 1ft l
work carefully, collect all avail- Little Jose proudly answered We've waited a long time and Ing of nuts, bobbing for apples, There la a gentle, soothing breeze ned, sa, Townnhlp t Huuth of can be measured 'The done can be
them at rustling the leaves and rippling the llxnit 21 feact.'neiiltioi'oetu exurlly suited to any age or need
rich, he get stories
"My Poppa I fortunes, ghost
able haven't anything. I and eac-h of
material, organizes his work, you
received beautiful moonlit"lake-there are Just. l reduce the dim nucb time until '
is he sleep In day named, In thin Notice, are here
be night that why which are now Hallowe'en costumes you
will be a success not only In col- white transparent clouds moving iiy reiiulrwd to Appear to the 'said the bowels are mavenof their ownari'iuil
lege work but also in business life time. This Is the twenty-seventh anni- are all relics of Paganism, Nature lull <>f Complaint I ao filed 1 airalnutyou and) oral no help.,
"Do always eat around the which Is the belief that when swiftly past the silver, moon. on the Iteremher' .
lit In any other undertaking. you versary for "The Lion. newspaper of J lrd Ilvou.e lithe tr utni nt will succeed with
seems to bo-In a mood ,, ll at the In Htarka,
'1-[In ;:ampflre?" of the La Grunge, 111., High School.That's spirits, both good and evil, were thereIs florid; otherwise, a d...... pro any child and with ana adult.
conclusion, I should say that, "Oh, yes. Momma cook food in one tough lion. on earth. We now use this as part peace and contentment and runfeano will be entered. analiiMt you Oucture UM liciui'l laxslives Hospital
If cue wishes to master any situa- We eat out of that sure of Hallowe'en celebration. that certain feeling tha< all la /and, each of you, fur failure to Ap- UM the liquid form If il Is beat
one big pot our _
tion,the correct study habit should one pot""Nancy LNTKESTINO ITEMS well. P"ur'l I.. OKDBnED!: that thin. Noticelie fill than UM, il I ill beet for home use.And .
begin In the primary grades, and here! pultllaheU once a week fray fourvonHeuutlve liHluy, there are fully s millionfunuiles
Nancy, come Miss Ruby Lllley's room has JOKES weeka In the HradfordCourtly thai will have no other kind
/continue through high school and '"Oh, I must go. Mother calledme. two new pictures. : Meet,The Seniors Totevraph a. newepaper havIng in I he houite. ,"'
wlege. Good habits In' general ohoulatlon' III
I will see you again, goodbye Miss Mlddleton's room has a : Florida.Thin lerrdrprdCounty The Iliiuld' Imatlve l generally used
tould\ I Electrician to assistant: Hey, '
bring orderliness out of con- Of It I II
." Cora Belle Jones. Last week, you remember, 'we it 0 day of October, A. D. 1938. is Pepsin.
fusion; should establish organiza- new pupil, Sam, grab bold one of those wires A. J. THOMAS, s licirlor'i prescription. now so widely
tie where one existed before. Clear 7B lost one of Its pupils, Horace down there. gave you the highlights of Lillian Clerk Circuit Court 'ofliradfoid known that you ran net il all ready

thinking Is an intellectual'" asset, "BE'E TEMl'ERATE"We and Varnes. Sam: I rot It. Sternberg and Simeon PhUlIPS'j II.I1121211 County, Klnrlda. for use at any drugstore.THIS .
Therefore observe Health Temper- 7A has a new pupil Beatrice Underhill Electrician. Feel anything? Next nn___ nor rilOTliflflfl--g------ -
think do
right right ince Week every year so as to pblstlcateil seniors appear the

fours.nudy right, and success will be I !have finer boys and girls, the men MISH, Lucile Edwards room lost a Sam: No.Electrician. : Good, don't touch names, Elaine Wynn and Raymond

- !and women of the coming getiera.ion. Louise Degolla, who movedto Plummer.
pupil, it's got 6-
By C. H. O. of the other one
When we speak Temper-of Ocala. 000 volts In it und I wasn't sure Elaine has attended the old >ti! ,
> :moo we Immediately think The fourth Grade Is glad to welcome which one It was. Alma Mater as long as we can r xs, '

THIS WEEK'S MOTTO drink, but Temperance takes a R. L. Lee back after a long I remember and In spite of her "shy- w'

-"To have a friend be a friend. wider scope than drink. illness. Mrs. Long: When; are you goingto nefls," has always been one of the

When we speak of temperancewe 8A lost its star pupil and president do your home work Robert? most popular girls In the clue, be

,, BED-I.\KL"'O LEARNED mean be temperate In your Ralph Davis. Robert Faulkner: Tomorrow. It the fourth or the twelfth grade.

The First Aid Class began prac- habits, thoughts, eating, pleasure, The new 8A president Is Ralph Mrs Long: You know the old Elaine If fond of picture show, r 75

ticing Monday how to make a bed and whatever you may undertaketo Rhodes Juanita Barefoot is sec "Tomorrow never comes." brunette and elnl'lngIndeed, sh_

Jperly, Everyone seems to en- do. Be temperate In all things.You retary. saying Robert P.! That l la why I'm do- Is one of the leading members of ; l;" UYT ,

icy taking up this part of I the cannot enjoy life in its full- All of Mrs. Hart's pupils were Ing it tomorrow. the tilee Club.

course est by being Intemperate In your given small cakes of Lifebuoy soap This little senior girl doesn't'

every day activities. Temperancemeans and wash charts: to promote Driver (after accident) : Are you care for conceited_ people; gossip jbq

" FIRE DRILL) HELD!: the over indulgence in that health. burt Sonny? (we have our doubt but that' ; 4

Last Wednesday at twelve mln- which you are participating; so In .--- Butcher Boy: No, but I can't what she said) and dislike makIng y

:'et of twelve, an unexpected fire order to have good strong healthy NEXT WEEK .find my liver. public speeches, bI

'Il was held It wa but two mlnM bodies and to enjoy the pleasures Fifth: Chinese Exclusion Act. The cowboy 1* never without bin

.! before the building was emp- of life you should be temperant in General Election Day. Mrs. Wall: Where did you get gun and Elaine i* never without

J b.me This was the fastest and most all things.. Seventh: Elementary Chapel. that musical note her gum and when it come to

;lent fire drill of the year. Eighth: High School Chapel. Van Burney: Ha, I was born in talking In private t

with such good leadership, such MANY ATTEND GAMEIN .--- a Hat. Elaine I I. going to be a stenographer

:tness, cooperation and effl- GAINESVILLE SATURDAYAmong SocietyMiss : IU '
cy no one could possibly In- Elaine Wynn: .Dear me I don't Raymond I la a Miami boy He I is w p 1uu,1jNS -

had In cane of a real fire.Tpnrlr those attending the spent the see how the football players ever also a blond.. He arrived for the ( ,

A E'Iorlda-Maryland homecoming Elaine Wynn first time In Miami, on October : OfF' ,
:1P f
, i iaw i visiting get clean. :
Gainesville ;
.!9 FOR THE WEEK game Saturday in Gainesville were: week-end In I Lillian Sternberg: Don't be silly, 10 1918 and arrived at Lawtey last ; _
': *. pry kindness with kind- Mr. L. A. Cray, ilr., A. J, Griffin, her sister, :r.r1'8. T. K.Andrews spent what do .you think they have ,s year. Raymond say his one bad

I ness. Mrs. J. H. Benson, Miss Hazel Mid- Miss Earnestlne with scrub team tor'Tenderfoot habit I* too much'optimtal1Q. Ray-
' 1 W. T. the: week-end in football ahd was quite
Phillips mend like
2ere? no luck In laziness. dleton, Simeon Chan- -
",,1 The second word makes the Weeks, Ree Thede, Elaine Wynn, her cousin Miss Marjorie : la water on the knee, disappointed when we didn't have

quarrel. Ea rues tine Andrews, Bill Edwards, cey. spent the dangerous a team thin year.! ,For solace he

, Share and share alike. Raymond Plummer Grace Adkins, Miss Connie McGauley her aunt, Mrs. i First Class Scout: No not unless turned to hi*, other likes, boxJng-
, 4 Pride Marwick, S. week-end visiting boae. and girls .
Marjorie hole in
always goes betorethe Joye Crlner. you have a your
fall Emmett Ferryman H. M. Henson In Raymond doesn't like hard :
a Denmark, the
. Carlton Chastlne, Artford Brown, Grace Gainesville Adklns spent with Mrs. Miss Carlson: Are you patriotic f drink, or .hmle. and says that he -f. ._ rn ,

PEP "EETINGS HELD Randolph Crosly. Dot Bishop, Betty week-end in | Laddy Balleo: ril say, I can't re- Is going to be the bead of a big
-r.Th Blitch, and James Gnann. call to arms business and be successful ba.that
midnight ,
1IIenp&P Activities and Arrange Green, Marwick attended ajst the '
meet- Harold} in
mCAemmyteilhelhl pep the swimming Young Mother:.What makes you Maybe Elaine will someday behayseed' ., BUTTON-SEWING In a year according: to a recent Horn l'l p

IcOe.. !hat Thursday morning, dur- CLASS MAKES POSTERS Health andTvmpertao Gainesville Hugh Walters, Friday..gpent Uaeweekcl'Vlaiu _, think our boy'U going. to- .be a politician If ywa'neet'a ptivau..*MoreUryl'.r. this MOM. Mending ..,..*,.If you thin your' family pep e4 too manjr" n

, fifteen mia t* home.'The .room tec* teat week was -. hit aister. Mrs. B. D.Tenby. ? ,tell the button Btn to this: Tb Poorer the thread, the more buttons
Science :sound week we will
". Week the Home morel! thing that place pxt
.. He say "
vWe. od: commented Interviewed. "It WtlftttobuttonaOlltolt.ltpe7ltouaeJ..PC04Ita"'ed.
In catne T. CCOMI many a woman you
Posters. tale of llarle Thede and W.
I any
meeting. great"suc Claw madeHealth visiting well and mean!nothing ,
. were a Inman was "
Vonda ,
r sad the bulltln Miss, I ever saw. Week I'
'' aU enjoyed taIdn& part. They were placed on friends in Gainesville j Friday. ..other. human being
tgew r yells Will be welcomed; board for display.

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t': f ]r Mrs.Honored George With Inman Shower North division Florida In past counties years thai It-'1\11I- e

LE ODD --- BUT TRUE II ed to be wattl
Mrs. L. S. Hutto and Mrs. Vonda from the reSt
-3ocict jf' Inman were Joint hostesses to a of the state.

shower, Tuesday afternoon trom At varying intervals 'r-"

f : NO. .- three to five o'clock in honor of years the discussion of L many
IUI1JUS.. ""7 IDEAL Mrs. George Inman at the home of two states in Florida has
-- 'yHAT'5SUPPOSEDTOBEAROUNDTHECORNER Mrs. Hutto. out. Each time I it follow croPPed

f' Table TeaSuccessful Celebrates Birthday The rooms of the home where of something which one side the or alar,
AffairThe Mrs. Orle Wiggins delightfully Y the guests gathered was attractively other considers "an issue.
I IF YOU'RE ERe.PROSPERITY" decorated in and
home orange Divergence of physical
entertained at her Tuesday
Woman's Missionary Society afternoon In honor of her daughter : PUT UP black in keeping with the Hallow- character Interest and makeup line ;

of the Baptist Church enter- Peggy Ann, the occasion beIng YOUR HANDS AND e'en season Mrs. Inman the hon endeavor have been cited at tlml

tained Wednesday afternoon witha her fourth birthday.The COME ALONG oree. was presented many useful as reasons for division. BondT
table tea this pretty affair tak- and lovely gifts from her friends. debtedness of South Florida
ing place on the church lawn house was tastefully decor- NO. -1. The hostesses served a delicious ties has figured into it, iaS.
ated with yellow flowers and oth- .l 7:2.18 and l
. which made an ideal Betting for salad course with hot tea to the wise the claims from South

the novel party. and er decorations black color were motif.in a yellow CURVED FIREARM ;r 1 many guests enjoying the affair that grouped Interest of Flora

Twenty tables were placed at Intervals with Mrs. Inman. Assisting the counties in North Florida ciSS
on the lawn and centered Games and contests were enjoyed THE OUTER END OF THE -- = hostesses In serving were Miss unequal representation In ,
the uic
\ by low bowls of orange colored by the young guests, and the BARREL IS CURVED Vonda Inman and :Miss Barbara legislature.
r flowers, the Hallowe'en idea being little honoree was presented many Hoke.
+ At each table lovely gifts by her friends. SO AS TO DEFLECT -
,1< carried out In detail. Out-of-town guests were: Mrs\
The hostess was assisted in car- THE PROJECTILE AT =
seated four guests who tAN
; were
J H.Harrell and Mrs. Carl Woot-
.;.;(f, were served with hot,tea, sandwiches Ing for her guests by her sister; ANGLE TO en; of Lawtey. REAL

, individual cakes, salted Miss Frances Hemingway. The LINE" V
large white birthday cake, which LONGITUDINAL
nuts and mints. ESTATE
was adorned with yellow candles, OP THE
7' Mrs. E. L. Biggs was In charge AGAIN
; was served to the guests with ice IF YOU
#f, of a lovely program with Mrs. L.Ii of and black .. WANT TO
cream Bags orange
candy were given to the young
Florida canal on which the Feder SEE US-
guests as. they departed wishing I
Ii al government has started digging,
Peggy Ann many more birthdays. ReAL
t RITZ THEATRE Those enjoying this affair with CONVENIENCE has revived the talk of dividing WILSONREALTY
IN SUICIDE.. Florida
little Miss Wiggins were Janet Anderson into two states, but It's nota

N fr STARKE Marlon Brown Paul Canova new idea. [ CORP.IONA .

III, Harold Lennon, Betty Ann Just now the South Florida
j\ PROGRAMBEGINNING Flynn Sonny Alvarez, Sharon Hall, JOE MUGQ' I JUST COULD 'T counties are clamoring for state
J FRIDAY Mrs. Ezra Lennon Mrs. P. E. Ca-
nova, Jr., Mrs. George Flynn and 'QN TWE. SPOT "AROUND RIGHT NEXT TO ME-

, 1 1 SCOCO
( "Special Agent"Bette
r. Davie. O. E. S. Notice 1 I'. Red Ripe COMPOUND:

w George Brent The regular meeting of the local 9 Full Pack D SHORTENINGTomatoes

! i chapter of Eastern Star will be

/14', SATURDAY NOV. 2nd. held Monday evening at 7:30

f1{ "Riding Wild" o'clock at the Masonic Hall. All LARD

( Tim McCoy members are urged to attend.
\. Abo-Color Comedy "Dancingon A. Canova as piano accompanist, S No. 2 Cans IfTANS9ND (Bulk)
The and
the following numbers being much
"I'(;" EMPIRE No. 1SUN.MONDAY appreciated by the audience: ,_AflEU'AIJT 20c HERE ECONOMY RUtEslI 2 Lbs. 25c

f NOV. S and 4 Vocal solos-"Trees" and "Ro-
"RED HEADS ONPARADE" ses of Plcardy"-Mrs. Rawson J. _

l if Davis. ":' .fI..t1'- ".._ SPECIAL LOW PRICES
Vocal solo-"The Sweetest Story

: John Ble'-----Dlde Lee I Every Told," Mrs. A. Z. Adklns. ., -

.I. 1 Vocal numbers -"I Love Life' u: D. C. Will'* Epworth League.Members W. M. U. Circles ,G O FEE
TUES.-WED., NOV. 5 &I 8 I and "I'll Take Thee Home Again
, :JI' Meet Wednesday Had Hallowe'eit, Party Will Meet MondayThe
"Gay Deception" Kathleen; Mr,John H. Powell. it
i'fI I Reading-"Sharing Our Thanks- The' local U. D. C. Chapter will Last Thursday-the members of Circles of Woman's Missionary AMERICA'S MOST POPULAR COFFEE
Frances Dee
.:,dh; Franco' Lederer giving' and "The Tree"-Mrs. L. meet Wednesday afternoon, Nov- the Senior Epworth League enjoyed Unionr of the Baptist FRESHLY ROASTED! FRESHLY GROUND!
I O. Powell.A a combined business meetingand Church will meet Monday Novem- EIGHT O'CLOCK RED CIRCLE BOKAIl
, ember 6, at three-thirty o'clock at
\ contest.entitled "A Story in Hallowe'en' 4arty at the home ber 4, at three o'clock. "Mild-Mellow" "Rich Full Bodied" "Vigorous! WIney"Ib
I '
i HILLBILLY LOVETHUR8.FRI. Rime" was the cause of much the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. L. of Dorothy White', President of the Circle Number One Mrs. J.. M.

4 ., NOV. 18 amusement, four persons being allowed Wall.. Hostesses: Mrs. Wall. Mrs.S. .1 League. i Brownlee leader,' will meet at the ISc Ihe 17e Ih. 21c
E. Brownlee, Mrs. J. M. Brownlee -
i' "Paris In Spring" : to solve one paper. The and :Mrs. J. E. Wilson. The business part of the party home of Mrs. J. M.\ .Brownlee. _
, fortunate winners were Mrs. N. was brief and after it was com-
Circle Number
Two Mrs. L. G.
nu fi Mary Ellis D. Wainwright, Jr., Mrs. W. H. social DEL MONTE FANCY PREPARED
pleted a period waa enjoyed
:\I: Tulllo CarmlnntlIda Powell leader will be at the home
Ir( Ida Lupine Hart Miss Eunice Perkins and Notice to Woodmen during which games and tricks. of Mrs J. L. Silcox. 2 Can lOc
Miss Edna Strickland.Mrs. SPINACH
Circle MembersYour were played. Circle Number Three Mrs. W. B. ':Jo.

i tj, CASH NITE EVERY WED- A. M. Darby made a grace The house was appropriately Alexander, leader will meet at the ,-__ -
i'V' NESDAY. Those attending ful speech of thanks to all who dues for the coming year decorated with orange and black home of.Mrs. Paul Canova Jr. TOILET TISSUEWALDORF
, how Tuesday are eligible for contributed so generously to the are due. Please give this your Immediate streamers cats,-witches, colored .
priM by leaving' their name success of the entertainment. attention 6 Rolls 25c
1 light bulbs and>.pumpkins. The Juvenile Music Club NoticeThe
'\! with cashier Tuesday. offering was $72.00, which will be Mrs. L. S. Hutto, hostess served her guests with delicious -
t.i _.
I f1{ used to paint the local paatorlum. Secretary. refreshments, suitable ,for Juvenile Music: Club will I,, -
; .
IONA-Lu.ciou. Yellow Cling (Halves)
the Halloween,.Reason.'Those have its regular meeting on Wednesday

S enjoying this'.delightful November 6-at threethirty PEACHES NO.2 Can 15c
o'clock in the Woman's Club *
r.Why Go Out Of TownTo affair were Misses Vonda Inmnn
Building. 'All members
t Barbara Hoe, Clara' and Lettie attend. are. urgedto

McGee;' Dorothy.Kickllter Carol
'; White Katie and Virginia Fugate (Signed) Patsy Keen, Sec'y. MARY-ANN FANCY DLUE ROSE

June Smith and 'A. W. Anderson, Woman's Club Notice Old Fashion. Whole GrainRICE

; f Shop? Al Kay Carlisle! Elmo Struth, II I
.;s; John Inman. Rev! and Mrs. B. M. There will,b. a meeting of the I I.
' Montgomery, Junior White and O. Executive Board of the Woman'sClub -

i \ ."l ;/ W. White. o'clock Thursday at the Club November House.7, at All 4 10 Ibs. '21c. 5 Lbs. 25c,

. t} W. M. S. Circle:Meetings members of the executive board
\ circles r are urged to attend. YORK IMPERIAL-FANCY COOKING
; .. of the Vyoman's Missionary -
(! '
", ":\,.... ." :;<\." -. .' ; Society of the Methodist APPLES 3 Lb. lOc

', ... .' Church will meet Monday after- YELLOW GLOBEONIONS
Two Favorite
' ..,;, noon at three o'clock. Circle No. Recipes ,3 Lbs. lOc
;;} II' Given This Week
..1 7 '.. ; One will be entertained by Mrs. A. 13c
!f It'h... '. ,.. ... Z. Adklns. CCr e'Number Two The following two recipes
"' ,
,; ) will meet at' the(7aome of Mrs. F. submitted by Mrs. Paul Canova. FANCY DELICIOUS EATING

,,1 .' H..Long with Mrs. Long and Mrs. ,I Jr., and Mrs. I*. J., Green are I 'APPLES 4 Pounds 25c

'., .' A. Wood as hostesses. Tuesday'''I their favorite recipes. NEW YORK STATE CONCORD .

afternoon at three o'clock there Doughnut GRAPES 2 Qt. Basket 20cPILLSBUKY'8
will be a "Week of I 4 flour
,. special Pray- cup. ..
H Ir er" service at the church ; 2-3 teaspoon salt .
r' r I I ,' ?" .. 3
7, I I teaspoons baking powder "BEST"FLOUR
ya (it$. 1 .
il' 3-4
I ia Simpson-Canova Wedding cups sugar

Solemnized In Jacksonville 1 teaspoon grated nutmeg
1 egg

f. ." 'The following account of the 2,tablespoons melted shortenIng -

,, I Simpson-Canova wedding will be 6 LBS. 12 LBS. 24 LB*
l K' b' of interest here: 2 cups milkPowdered
> '
4" Yp'+7)r ita The wedding of Miss Annie Ruth sugar 35c 65c $1.25jSCOT
YIAx i Canova of and Mrs. '
daughter Mr.
{vIlli 4&
,,t & 4 Sift together dry Ingredients,
s A. B. Canova of; Jacksonville to
1 11r'v, + beat the egg until light and add
William Henderson of
Simpson son
to melted shortening and milk.,
Mr. and Mra. T. H. Simpson also Put TOILET TISSUE 3 rolls 23c
e II on a floured board and roll
,... of Jacksonville was an event of 8 one-half inch thick cut witha
o'clock Tuesday, at'.the Riverside
79 '
doughnut cutter and drop Into -
.. Baptist.,.Church. ,t- CHEESE 2 Packages 15c
dM hot fat as soon aa they rise
., '-'. a ; tN a "'f" r 'j *. 'The ceremony was performed by to of '
thetop turn
,,,. ',.. .' ,""" *i pan over GOLD MEDALWHEATIES
.. the Rev. J. L. Rosser. Nuptial
then turn several times duringthe 25c
." l'j '" music was furnished by Don Jones cooking process cook about 2 Packages

'I;:", ., who sang "O Promise )'Ie"!, and "I three minutes, then drain on LIFEBUOY or

i ,,, h'r Love companiment.Miss You Truly.f. .with organ ac rumpled su&ar.Mrs.paper. and dust withJOwdered LUX TOILET SOAP 3.Bars 20c

:Mary Canova cousin of the P.E. Canova, Jr. FAMOUS WHITE NAPHTHA
tors u,P'u'p ok, 2 bride was maid of honor and the P&G 13c
SOAP 3 Large Bars
: <".,;1. matron of honor 'was Mrs. J. C. Golden Spice Cake ,
'). > '
",. 'I' Hall of Jacksonville. Acting as 2 1-4 cups sifted pastry Hour 'EXCEPT CLAM CHOWDER
bridesmaids were'Misses Florence 1 teaspoonful soda HEINZ SOUPS 2 Cans 25c
b 4 ",' Abisch and Christine Simpson, % teaspoon-aalt

'.'tit: ;' slater of the bridegroom.Mr. H teaspoon cloves

.. I'i Simpaon bad as his best % teaspoon cinnamon CRISP
man Francis Lynch and the ushers .
.. K teaspoon nutmeg
1'':' IroBAcco Fresh
j-1;, Included Jactt Smith. Nolan Vt cup butter FiG
.i Canova, Jr., cousin of the bride, J. 1 cup sugar ] I. BARS

K Rae Simpson and, Charles Simp- 1 egg well beaten
i' .. son brothers of the bridegroom. Can
..I.. 1 tablespoon molasses lOc Pound lOc
,< \ '
if,1't. Darling Ward, and Betty Jean 1 cup sour milk or buttermilk

\ %_ ..o'" Lord niece. of the bridegroom were 1 s/4 cup nuts or raisins

r flower girls. .. Sift flour once measure, add

..,, w :.The ring: bearer was Steven soda, salt and iplces.. Work PRUNES 70-80 Size Lfe. 5c
, Surmlller-.. cousin of Miss Canova. butter with spoon until creamy

\\; STETSON GLOVES FOR LADIES____ .49-.9S RAYON CREPES .4& VALUE _..,_._._._...11P. .- "" was- T.; add sugar gradually beating until -J
t A reception held followingthe light and Huffy after each BROCKPORT TENDER. GOLDEN BANTAM
WOL-TEX CLOTH Newest Shades .33 VALUE .25 ROUGH & FLAT. CREPES, FALL SHADES _.79 ceremony at the' home of the addition. Add egg and molasses -

bride's parents. beating well add flour and CORN No. 2 Can lOc25c

,WE ARE AGENTS FOR ROSE & CO. TAILOR MADE MEN'S SUITS______ 22.50 35.00 Lions milk alternately a small amountat __ _
i abound In the low countries -
a time beating until smooth AMERICAN BRAND .
I YOUNG MEN'S FELT HATS NEWEST COLONS 1.93-S.M of Ethiopiaand! In Somalll- after each addition. Turn Into

'::-. -' ,.. '" and- I -- H... greased loaf pan (8" x 11V: x 2-), PICKLES :2, 25-oz.Jars' |
( and bake la moderate oven 3 Odel' :

ALEXANDER. & COMA t .Although, snakes,. pretu'.dry, .' F. for 49'Ur BO minute .
1Yr, land,'all of them are able to swim. Frost if desired.Mrs..: -
L';! No one baa ever'seen .'a'snakewhich U'J. Green. A. & P. FOOD 'STORESft

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of Mrs.Ormond S. C. Carnell and two sons i ii.y II. FILER'I-;; RACK WORKEKS LAID OFF November 1, Camp Roosevelt will ,
arrived Wednesday fora NATSEZ '
: MIAMI OCALA of this bo completed, and the carpenters, I .0//
visit here with Mrs. Carnell's --H. H. Filer, chairmanof -By Thursday : j
Bits of father, F. A. Scott. the Dade County School Board, week, between 2,000 and 2,400 brick masons, plumbers, electri- :D. '

i"-- -" There's an old saying in the announced this week his candidacy skilled workers who have been!' em- clans and other, skilled workers \' li
Mrs. Edna Hart was South, that there are only two for the State Senate Solidly ployed In the construction of Camp will no longer be needed there. ':.1.
visiting her hind of people who to behind Filer Roosevelt will be released. By .. r''
sister and brother-in-law, try predict were Dade's 700 schoolteachers --- '
Mr. and .
I lDCal Nes Mrs. C. W. Beailey in Gainesville the weather In who met and voted unanimous All men under fifty have been 1\
during the weekend _Florida. one Is a support They even sponsored on' themselves! the money to aid asked to enroll on the reserve police .i'
well you pro- assessing $1 annual dues up- Filer's campaign corps In Stockholm, Sweden.
Mrs. Wilbur A Scott returned they are Ir
PROGRESS OF Tuesday from. DeLand where 'she how. In spite of t SCHOOL DAYS By DW1G .fl
had spent a week with her sister, the risk of get- .
Mrs. Walter Glatziu.: ting Into that i.
class, I am forced r H"

Brown, of Tampa, was Johnnie Baisden, of Lake City, C. A. Imbach, of Green Cove to predict, r 4 r BEEN FROG'J 1H i ,
)/deal Tuesday. was a recent guest of his father Springs, spent the week-end here that sooner or ..p YET,
t\JIg\ MM W. W. Baisden and family. with his son and daughter-in-law, later,we are going f"'" 4t 1;
i dTlrs.-G. H. Lowry spent Mr. and Mrs. C. M Imbach. : to have .JJ/li/ $AQTaraty 1 $rMAQ7.'Nl'I
I some cold 'I BIMNi
Jackaonville. wea4 $
[ff.y, visiting in Miss Mary Canova spent this Mrs. T, J. Griffin spent Tuesdayand (ther. WNNS a AMVrE0. ,_'- I ,!'
week In Jacksonville '
as the guestof Wednesday in Jacksonville: I Brothers and sisters are you lit' Y1Wveu L1 G fit,
t pia
Miss Anna Ze
week- Ruth .
lames! Dennis spent last Canova.Mr. with her pon-ln-law and daughter, prepared? I mean for the cold
visiting relatives In GalnesL Dr. and Mrs. Carl C. Mendoza.Mr. weather.If .
and Mrs. H, A. Duroen
Miss not, come down to our store f'
Ue. Beatrice Johns and Carlyle Ritch and Mrs. Sam Anderson and and we will prepare you.They're :: ; : )
is spending sev- were visiting In Ocala Sunday. : : T
Kldd Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Hart werE the ,
I rya 0.n. Ocala with her bus1vJ guests of Mr. and Mrs. Glenn SearIng :cb
Mrs. Glenn Wood of Gainesville, In Jacksonville last Saturday.Mrs. New h v
d. is spending this week here with LADIES COATS :

Crews spent attended her: mother, Mrs. George Flynn. N. D. Wainwright.'Jr., wasa Size 14 to 46
"tnion where he -- guest of her brother and sister-
$6.95 and
Mrs. F. H. Long was the guestof up
urt in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Wood,
Dr. and Mrs. B. S.
-:- Carroll in of Gainesville, during the week-
IT Is spending sev Jacksonville Monday and Tuesday. end. '
Landrum 'Ihej'roVartn :
( \ ..
in Miami on professional PART UOOLBLANKETS E
daYs P. M. Barefoot is .
.. having repairs Mr. and Mrs -
neseYe C. F. Boyer and /
____ and painting done to the 4
exteriorof .
? ..ft6y1e
son, C, F. Jr. of Jacksonville were _) .. ItL
Miss Dor-' his home on North -
I and Cherry Full Double 8101.
J. B, Sap week-end guests of Mrs. Boyer's
y Sapp were visiting: In Waldo! Street. parents, Mr. and Mrs. J C. Man $2.98

sday. _ _ I Mr. and Mrs Ben Hall and children ning.
I Koolbeck of Jasper Is; June and Jack also Mrs. M. They're Cute
)( R Mrs. L. A, Jernigan and L. A
LJlny daughter, Mrs. B.. C. Hall were visiting in Jacksonville ,
her Jernigan, Jr., of Gainesville, were Children CoatsAll

IdUenilorf. _____ Saturday. the guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Sizes
P. E. Johns and Mrs. L. A. Jerni-
I lira. Joe Hoover and Mrs. H. M.Icbard Miss Rosalind Jacobs was a gan, Jr.The $4.95
were visiting in Jackson-, guest during the past week-end of
Mr. and Mrs. Tolbert H.
Black In Bradford
Ie Monday. faculty High Hot
Gainesville. School attended the Teacher's Edu-
I Representative and Mrs. I C. E. : cation Association which convenedIn FALL DRESSESSelected

hM were visitors to Jacksonville. Mrs. T. C.' Chastine and] son, Gainesville last Friday and by 1'11'1I. Sternbwg In
j Saturday. Carlton and Mr. and Mrs W. L. Saturday. \ork-\Vonderful value
i Andrews were visiting in Gaines- at
Inn. James McDonald, of Tam- ville Monday.Mrs. Mrs. F. A. Scott was taken this
\was. a recent guest of Mr. and week to the Alachua County Hos- ,
I at $3.11Rnd: $5.09 rr n e.
i US. Hutto J. H. Ritch Mrs. E. K. Ferryman pital in Gainesville, where she Is -
I and Mrs. J. L. Peek o were
seriously 111 due to an appendicitis Double votes Wednesday and
I and Mrs. :A. visiting. in Jacksonville Monday
Mrs. W. B Mundy operation. Friday on the Bicycle. Save our
T.Johns were business visitors to and Tuesday regular premium ticketsthey'revaluable.
avllle Tuesday. Mrs. J. B. Sapp and Mrs W. B. j
Mr. and Mrs. S. R. Johns Jr., Mundy, Jr., spent Sunday n k $
11I'.and Mrs. Ernest WUmot are have returned to their home here I Gainesville as the guests of Mrs' ti r
icing the birth of a girl, onlay after a week's visit in Georgia Donia Moore and Mrs. T. A. Steele STERNBERG'SStarke "
October 29. with relatives. and family. PUKE CANE

Ivias Gladys Henderson and Mrs. Mrs. H. L. Halbrook and son, Mrs.: W. A. Kelsey and little
spent last Friday', Merrill, of Lake City, were the granddaughter, Katherine Killings- SUGAR5Lb ly '>*
\C. Register Mr. and Mrs. W- K. Wilder and O. H. NASWORTHY, Owner and Operator Whole Grain
thug In Jacksonville. guests of Mr. and Mrs.' W. L. An- ,worth, of the State Farm, were children of Orlando were guests '

drews Saturday. i visiting Mrs. Kate Kllllngsworth during the week-end of Mrs. Wll- FRIDAY & SATURDAY SPECIAl. 5 Lbs.'s,
In. Mrs. O.. L. Haynes and here Tuesday.
and ) der's sisters, Mrs. Faye Gill and
i Hope Haynes spent Tuesday Mr.: and Mrs. J. G. Lynn and Mrs J. W. Edwards..
!lag! In Jacksonville. daughter, Shirley Jean, were Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Beasley had 2.5 C PRICES, NOVEMBER 1st. and 2nd. 23c
guests over the week-end of rela- as their week-end guests, Mrs. C.
|George Baladen spent the week- tives in Lake City, ,Mrs. Lynn..and C. Hoppe and son, Jimmy, Mrs C. H. and W. H. Newsom of St. i'
A In Jacksonville with his daughIr Shirley Jean remained for theHALL'S ,Merrill V. Alders and Miss Doris Petersburg were thW guests of LA TOURA1HE ALADDIN..! 1> {
,Mu Lucia Baisden. wlek"! I Alders.all of Tampa. their brother and M5Ver-In-law. Mr
c and Mrs. R. A. New ome for sev- COFFEE Lb. 25c COFFEE Lb. 25c

Dr. and Mrs. H. B. McLendon eral day this week} ,

announce the arrival of an eight 4 F'
and one-half pound girl born Dr. R. N. Joyner, who has been
Thursday morning at St. Lukes associated with Dr. W. E. Middle- COFFEE 2Lbs. 25c COFFEE 2Cans 25c
Hospital In Jacksonville ton here for the past two months
has moved to Hastings to continuehis
Among those attending the Flor- practice of medicine All Brands I'KINCB ALBERT hr r,
;, ida-Maryland football game at the CHEWINGGUM NO. lFRE81TENDER !,
Unlveralal of Florida In Gainesville Miss Elizabeth Hollingsworth, 1 TOBACCO I J'a
|Variety GroceryON last Saturday were Judge and Miss Ernestine Andrews, James CABBAGE Lb. 2/zc N
:Mrs. A. Z. Adkins, Dr. J. at-
Hair and Jame. Holllngsworth
Brownlee, T, F. Landrum, Mrs. tended the Downie Jf os. circus In NO.1 IRISHPOTATOES Can ,....-1., ..? lOcSOLID
10TH STREET-NEAR S. A. L. DEPOT Hulda Corpening, Representativeand Gainesville Monday evening. I 3 Pkgs. IQc
I Mrs. C. E. Johns N. D. Wainwright 10 Lbs. 15c '' ,
E. K. Ferryman DCUCIOCH '
Floyd Green and daughter, Mrs. Norman Miller and small NO. t SIZE-IRISH PORK& ti J
WEEK OF OCTOBER 31 Betty Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Wall, daughter, Sandra., vf. Cheyenne, '
Mr. and Mrs. O. C. Register Mr. Wyo., arrived Wednesday for. a TOMATOESNo. POTATOES lOLbs.lOc BEANS r
and Mrs. R. F.Demorest, George visit here with her brotherinlawand t LB. ; o
2 15c and Mrs. E. S. Mat sister Mr. and Mrs. O. H. CANS
| fOST TOASTIES, pkgs _------ Raymond, Mr. IN, *
thews, E. L. Matthews, Miss Hazel Lowry.Al 2 size 6cGOLD CARROTS 6 For. > .25c
Middleton, Luclan Thomas, Henry 2 Buns l5c
| NORTHERN BEANS, Lb. ________5c Manassa James Richard Wainwright Managua and A. E. Wall, Jr., MEDAL PEANUT
Misses Lois Long, Marjorie YELLOW SKINONIONS h> -
attended the Georgia-Alabama &'

}-RICE (Whole Grain) Lb. _________ 5c Stump Pearce,, Beverly Dorothy Cady Sapp, Annie and Louise Mae coming football activities Came and at the other Universityof home- MILK. 3 Ibs. lOc BUTTER (,TOEfll,

Snyder. In Athens, during the
I CHEESE (Print)' -20c week-end.Georgia 3 Tall Cans 17c U. /S. NO. 1-YORK IMPERIAL 12-oz. Jar 15c i>

[ -SUGAR, 5 Lbs. _______--------- 25c GENT A %WORD Claude-Denmark and small son BROOKFIELUMayonnaise APPLES 3 Lbs. lOc ArPUJ- i t

of Eustace, Texas, who have been

[COFFEE (All Hours) Lb________ 16c COLUMN spending Mr. Denmark's several parents weeks,here Mr. with and LARD 1vniTE FINEST Lb. 1)1)!I BUTTER28oz.

Mrs. P. 8. Denmark, have returnedto RiD110N.

-TOMATOES, No. 2 Can 7c FOR ready SALE-Cabbage, Jersey, Charleston Plants, Wake-, now their home. 35c'' 28-oz. jar.. 15c

field and Copenhagen, One Dollar Mrs. C. J. Pergola and son, ,

ours, 5 Lbs. ________..:.________ *5c per thousand. D. W. Moore, Box Kenneth Mrs. Karl Flores and SILVER KINO GUARANTEED 6 LI1S. 12-L1IS. 2f-LBS s }Wyk,
all of Jacksonville -
Starke. 2t Miss Lillian Carrie,

ARNATION MILK (3 Small) __10c WANTED-Men to cut cord woodat Mrs., were-Pergola's the guests and Mrs.Tuesday Floras'of FLOUR 24c39c79c: qh,1,

$1 per cord. Will also buy, mother, Mrs. C. L. Young.
25c cord wood or stumpage. See Gus
BREAD, 3 of any kind Thomas or write Box 488r Starke. Little Miss Mary Ann Canova, of

Itp. Gainesville, spent the weekendhere '
PRINCE ALBERT Can _______ _- 10c Woods Select with her grandmother, Mrs.E. .
100 M
FOR SALE- and Mrs F. A. r
E. Canova Mr. MARKET
Wakefield Cabbage BEANSPound COCOA ?
: Early Jersey Canova, of Gainesville, were also w
M. Get priceson
LARD 25c Plants $l.W per
2 Lb------------- of Mrs. Canova, Sunday.
larger orders. L. A. Brown, guests 4/ c MIXED I lb can lOc "

COFFEE for __ __ 25c Srooker,.Fla.. ll The following party went to GROUND MEAT Lbe 15c FANCY GREEN '1''' t'' 4'
(Charmer) 2 _:;. FOR BALE-One mule, cheap.:See Gainesville Tuesday evening to NORTHERNBEANS I ,
L. L. Bedenbaugh. Starke, Fla. hear R. L. Hunt, editor of the Ep- .', A ANvou'r'

RlSH. POTATOES,' 10. Ibs. ______lSc Up worth worth Highroad Hall: Rev., who B. M.spoke Montgomery at Ep- STEAK Lb.. .. .-19c COFFEE

Notice-Because of a large supply Misses Dorothy White, Katie FLA. ANY CUT tOe
MEAL 25c meat we will be Fugate Dorothy Pound 5c Lb.R W
10 Lb of our own and Virginia Lb. 15c ;
_: -' unable to cure any meat for outside Claire Klckllter, and Messrs. Al sE Y s' iw ,

persona after November 1. Kay Carlisle and A..W. Anderson MATCHES or STEW BEEF (Good) Lb. lOc ,. '
kETCHUP '14-oz _________10c' L. F. Chapman. SuperintendentFlorida Jr.. Crape Jam .gin
State Farm.1113t -. .... -- SALT WESTERN!' LOIN ,

AMPLE BUTTER 24-oz -- *5c 3 Boxes lOc STEAK Lb. 29c I T20 Glass f
------ r MILLIONS Genuine Improved
Strawberry -
try Maryland Missionary. thousand fob DEL MONTE BRICK CHEESE Lb. 25c HOME OROUNDRSIGKEn
One of Hall's. Delicious Barbecues Plants $1 50 per ,
Thurmond Farm

!!.oa3ted) ____....___------------ lOc Castleberry Castteberry., Ala. CATSUP MEAL
WILL BUY your pecans and pay 14-oz. bot. 14c SAUSAGE Lb. 17 5'Lb.. 'toe
JIN A THREE DOLLAR GROCERY cash. Bring them to my house See Me for Correctly FItted .

vRDER. EACH 25 'CENT',CASH RE- N. D. Wainwright.3tp Glasses 48 Lb. FLOUR Self-Rising : ? e

ElVEs 'SA T.. FROST-PROOF Cabbage and Col- S. G. LEWIS FREE I FREE atlLl'
ONE( CHANCE,TO WIN, lard Plant Leading varieties. 24 CANS TOMATOES, No. 2 Size

JAY NIGHT_ _,'8:00 P. .M.J .- 750 make thousand.prompt shipments.Fine plants.Tlfton WU: 11 STARKE.* W. Wataul FLA 8b h N

Plant Company. TUton Ga-

n i e,1.. 6; i4w5 M
'a 1' qt r Icq'V' agSr' An't, "
,ds yr.nr 9,>p'r 'f"n ,,,kvar1G 6'In'A ''x>t r ,

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-.. ---, Table Shows Berry Prices
u -I I Andrews Shows v For Ten Year

New Ford V.8The i I Following is a table compiled by the Florida State

reau showing the simple average lobbing pr'ces at Market g IJ>

FARMERS SECTION new Ford V-8 made Its first LIVE STATE NEWSNews season berries the from quotations this state are during based the on past quarts."ten. years AfteV destination Up to the"'ll30ra

appearance here in the show room In the table are for pints. 193-3l( the M,

of J. W. Andrews Jr., Saturday, Dec.
Conducted by Demonstration Agents October 19. The car exhibited here of Florida In Short Paragraphs 1925-26 Jan. Feb. Mar
P. _
----------------- -- $1.03 $.65 A,
was a Tudor sedan. I 1926-27 ------------------- $-.__ .75: .75: $ I

Body lines which strike a new 1927-28 ---------------..---- $---- -..,-_ _. 39
... note In conservative streamlining, I 1928-29 _..------------ $--- .sa .4 53
;,_ ____ J- --- .uw wp p - 1929-30 ....__ () 41
-- _
II a new treatment of the interiors --- -- ---- -----_ __... $_ .69 .43 .45

and threo important refinements SEIZED 1930-31 _.---------------- p.-- .52 .39 40
In chassis engineering summarize' FREAK HURRICANEJACKSONVILLE 1931-32: "w,.---------------__ $. .23 .14 37
Hints To HousewivesWeekly ORLANDO Because their
RURAL The silliest 1932-33 ___ 19
------,---------- $- .2n i.39 .13
the principal Improvements. Thereare i .10 :
"Jackpots were filled with money 1933.34 _____ 13
hurricane record, first to roar $
on ----- ------ .14%
COMMON SENSEBy no radical changes. The 85- instead of tokens," Sheriff Harry 1934-33 .:. ,12'' 14
far northward. and then turn ------- ------------ $- .48% .30%
.13 :
from Home Demonstration horsepower V-8 engine, of which Hand has seized a dozen slot ma- 19
around and go' back to' its breed-
SPUDS JOHNSON Tallahassee more than 2,000,000 are now in
Specialists' Ing place in the Caribbean Sea, chines in Orange County. -
operation, Is unaltered. going to keep on taking those that '
took a final fling last week in New Chevrolet WOULD DIVIDE FU
DIET, WATER SUPPLY. SCHOOL-DAY APPETITESTo Of the'three principal chassis Central America. Added to Its toll are paying off in money," Hand WEST PALM BEACH->RID.\_

AND SEWAGE DISPOSAL Improvements, one Improved of property and lives taken on the said.. To Be ShownAt utlon favoring the division res,

IMPORTANT TO HEALTH an active school child, twelve steering-Is aimed at greater ease northward journey in Jamaica and Torode' Ida Into two states with of Fro:

-. o'clock u/itll six Is a long time to and safety of operation. Two others Cuba was destruction of banana WEALTH MOVING IN tic-gulf ship canal the the Atlal i '

health of Florida's rural without food and tend to greater comfort. One MIAMI-Wealth la to border WI:
The go very probably crops oa the shorelines of Nica- moving adopted by the Palm
population Is a vital factor in Florida his healthy appetite will call for is the use of new steel wheels ragua and Honduras. Florida to escape "confl catory" Residents of Starke, and vicinity ty board of commissioners Beach Cw,
will have their
agriculture, for It takes strong reinforcements when classes are which lessen the unsprung weight taxes elsewhere In the opinion of first opportunity,

healthy people to raise good crops. over and play time begins. A wise and thus provide greater riding J. N. Lummus, Jr., Dade (Miami) tomorrow, to inspect and ride In
comfort. The other Is BACK IN COURT the new 1936 Chevrolet cars, it 1 Is OVIR JrI'--
an Improved WOpj
Everyone knows that the person mother will recognize this fact and County tax assessor. Proving that,
who is healthy ia usually the per. provide a satisfying but light transmission using quiet helical TALLAHASSEE-Florida's disputed -' he said, is the fact 1035 intangibletax announced by W. E. Torode, of To- NER5- )
gears-formerly used only in sec- Parity Law, so called because rode Chevrolet Company, whoa
son who can do the most work and afternoon lunch when school rolls will amount to $135,091.-
who Is the happiest for the day. It should be mid-I ond and high speeds-In all ,forward It attempts to place the public -! 758 against. approximately $118- showroom Is being prepared today

at least two and one-half speeds and reverse. schools on' an anna) financial for the large number of visitors
-- 000,000
one's health and year ago.
Maintaining A new front-end treatment gives I foOtiDg-witlJ--t colleges and which this event always attracts.
that of his family Is to the In fore the evening meal, to allow --t -
dividual. Public health up authorities time for It to be properly digested. added distinction to the body lines,', some departments, was back in the EVERGREEN "There will be both Master DeLuxe -

The hood ia longer, extending supreme .court,Tthla week. The and New Standard ChevrolEts -
must leadership and advice Mrs.. T. A.. no.l. ,
provide r Correspondent
the attractive held In- : not onfor
gracefully over new high court: recently the act display purposes,
individual but it Is The amount served will dependon
to the up radiator grille. With Its vertical .'- The present case, a petitionfor Mr. and Mrs.: Leauton Morganand bUt, for everyone interested In testIng .
to establish and the of the child. The
to the latter to act activity slots and more accentuated 'Vee", rel1ea lnl',, was filed by the children of Starke were visiting the performance and riding rq
Dr. F. A. who Is out to play a
maintain his health boy starting as well as its smoothly rounded Florida Education Association' in Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Rosier qualities of these new lines of t.
Brink, of the State Board of ball game, or compete in a roller lower which blends with the the of said Mr. Torode. '
edge name Comptroller_J. M. Lee. Saturday night. cars, "Due to the
out. race need as much as
Health, points skating may
butter sandwich and a streamlined curve of the inner Mr. and Mrs. Jess Saunders and early start on Chevrolet produc
As health is an all-important a peanut portion of the fenders, the grille children of Middleburg, spent Sun tlon we have cars on band for immediate
matter to Florida farmers and glass contributes a new note of smart day here with Mrs. Saunders' delivery and the assurances i'U -

their families, perhaps it will be The little girl who Is giving a .TALLAHASSEE-Legal liquor, grandmother, MM J, 8. Rosier of prompt service on orders ,,, ,

not untimely to offer some suggestions tea party followed by paper dolls ness.Fenders are streamlined, a wide apparently consumed at the.rate. : However, the earlier the order is ,
Brink makes for want to milk, of 100,000( gallons a month, is 'join Mrs. H. F. Redding and son,
that Dr. may only "pour" inward flare giving them an Imposing on hand, the sooner buyers will get _
maintaining rural health. and serve small bread and butter appearance. Louvres are of ing with the lighter beverages .of Arthur, spent the week-end at the delivery."

First, there Is sewage. "Sewage sandwiches with It new design. Horns are now recessed beer'and :wine to pour In a little State and Farm visiting her sons, El- "Orders received prior to to- ---

disposal Is one of the most Import Fruit, such as an apple or a ripe in the fender aprons back of better than $150,000 monthly to lery Bryant Redding. morrow's announcement will be P TO year ear in

ant problems to be considered. banana Is usually well liked. small round grilles beneath the the state treasury The figures Mrs. Jean Gasklns and son, J. put on a preferred list for deliveryIn erwry nerve at high teal

"Hfirlfpt. -In thla- matter causes a Such light lunches as these streamlined headlamps.' were announced by the State beverage B. spent Sunday with. Mr. and I the next few days. We know It Me wonder you ina> at the i

number' ;of; widespread, expensiveand should satisfy the child for the rest ------ department, which said It Mrs. Russell Redding. will be .greatly to the 'advantage ad bark at the children
Hookwormis had sold revenue stamps for about Rev. L. A. Donnelly of Starke I' Watch out, Over_.
diseases. of
disabling of the afternoon, and make unnecessary RISING every prospective buyer to* see sMt-res lead
an example. Drugs wlU rid the the constant nibbling or Miss Edna Lewis, Correspondent 400,000 gallons of liquor since the and B. Wilkinson of Highland, these two newChevrolet lines be- Nerrons may Headache to Sleeptaaese .
of these But Isn't it liquor control law became effective were the week-end guests of B. E. for "
body parasites piecing in which so many children buying any car, wlndlgestion and a lost
a. more rational to prevent their entry Indulge These lunches should not Miss Evelyn Carrol, of Lake June 26. Collections In money to- Rosier.Dr. j Mr Torode further stated that ether vnpleasant dlstnrbsnc e

? Every home should have a prevent a good appetite.:when the Butler, spent the week-end with talled $338,23150. ,up to last.week. E, L. Biggs of Starke was a due to the esrly.'etart in production Wky doityou try Dr. MIL.

safe, sanitary sewage disposal six o'clock dinner Is ready. If the Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Kelly. ,__t. professional visitor to Evergreen the service personnel has had BsTcrveewesrt Nerrto Tablet?

system and It should be used by I children are not hungry, an obser- Mrs. Walter Underhill returned I FILER'WANTS FIGHT Tuesday.Mr. I the advantage of factory training Jest one in a half g-las i

every member of the family," Dr. vant mother will reduce the after home last Sunday after spending a GAINESVILLE-Henry H. Filer' and Mrs. Leslie McClellan In the servicing of the new Chevro- water laakee a pleasant i spill

Brink asserts. few in Jacksonville with rela' announce the birth of a.son, on lets. L. L. service Mac drink deligtitfally socthi
noon lunch to such an amount thatIt days of Miami, urging the Central Flor- : Libby, manager ft* .....eaucs nerves.
Then, the water supply. "Whether -; does not Interfere with the evening tlves. ida Education Association to con- Tuesday, October 29.. has already,attended classesin Dr. Hoes' Nervtae I*

the water Is drawn from an meal. I Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Conner spent tinue vigorous efforts to increase B. E. and J. Q. Rosier were visitors servicing the new product and ..ill hi two forms-LfcrntdJetne -

open well with the 'Old Oaken These suggestions may seem Saturday at the State'Farm with. State aid for schools, told a thou- to Jacksonville Monday.Mr. baa been thoroughly schooled in .smit Tablet. Both hai
: Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Shaw. and Mrs. Crews Wainwrightof detail of service the Ms effect.Lt .
Bucket', or lifted with a pitcher contrary to the dictum so often sand teachers and school officials every on new MUM soothing

pump, or forced into an elevated heard, "no eating between meals." Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Crosby of here that in his school fight he Is the Penney_ Farms, attended Chevrolets.A $ > at yeejr drug stan

tank electric or gasoline Pine Level and children were the church here Sunday.. cordial invitation Is extendedto
by power In school not campaigning for the ,
When children are not governorship ,-' "'111 ; s'l
thewell should be protected so that and have time for a hearty noon dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs R. ", 'ni positively not running everyone to come In Saturday,

sewage cannot enter from the surface meal,' this latter may be sounder M. Crosby. Sunday. for Governor," Filer said, "but If Vitamin C, which la necessary November 2;.and see these .two 'l

or through underground chan- advice. When there Is too little Miss Elna, Conner, ,of Gum Governor Sholtz runs for the United for "tooth nutrition" and healthy lines of care, /
Branch the dinner of gums, Is derived In largest -I- NERVINETAHLETST
nels, he explains. was guest. States Senate he will quantities -- '
time for such a lunch, the amountthe run
Onions do their
from fresh raw fruits and bit toward a balanced -
Miss Edna
Every home should be well- child eats may be quite Insufficient Lewis, Sunday. against Henry Filer." He did not
being fair of
vegetables. a source
Paulk of
Mr. and Mrs. David
screened to protect the family to carry him through until amplify this. .
iron and when
} raw, some Vitamin
Valdosta Ga. returned to their
from disease-carrying insects. evening. It is for these cases JVOTICK TO CRJ8UITORS C.

Also Important In the health that the mid-afternoon meal servesa home Saturday after spending a NO PAY NO SCHOOL You are hereby notified: to pre- Don'tGuess
few days with their parents, Mr. ant any claims op demand* which
la diet. "Thehousewife definite and' It shouldbe have .
program; purpose GAINESVILLE ,- The Central you may against the E.tat. ol
should see that the diet 'Is well-i planned with the same degree of and. Mrs. Walter.Underbill. B. J. Alderman, deceased,
Florida Education Association, Junt
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Kelly accompanied County Judge of Bradford ,
balanced, adequate in quantity and regularity that governs breakfast composed of teachers and school Florida, at his office In Btarke,
by Miss Evelyn Carrol were Florida, within sight month. from Bu'Know
variety to supply the needs of both .
officials from nine counties', adopted -
visiting in Gainesville. Saturday. the date of first publication of this
Mrs. Walter demons, rof Hell- a resolution calling for closing notice or name will b. barred. by
law and void.
children and adults for growth,
Better collections and greatly re bronn, Mr. and Mrs. Felix Sapp of the public schools If and when 18th 1985.
OctobB .. .. .
and protection from nutritional ".IF .
energy .ALDERMAN.
duced demands for loans Indicate Gum Branch, Mr. and Mrs. J. F. funds for payment of teachers salaries ,.J. IRAdmlnlatrator. ..-- ....,

that the economic sky Is.brightening disorders, the health 'officials Shaw of the State Farm, were the are exhausted. "This Is the ja-18.4t.H-i .. ...1111... t..eI. .
iiv"The ....
says Wm. I, Myers, governorof best'thlng for rural'folkswhose dinner guest of Mr. and Mrs. .J. only way by which the cause of JVOTICH -7.........-"

the Farm Credit Administration. .- U. Conner, Sunday. pubUc elementary and secondary Notice In hereby given to It eI... _...1.._
homes are not I.what they education can be brought squarely may concern that f will fil: ymtl. .... .1._......
should be for the maintenance of nal report and apply to the Honorable ......- Whether the "Pain-
to the attention of the
Winter, best suited for people",
grass B. K. Ferryman, County Judge, .
health Is for them become ,
good tq lawn conditions: Is Italian rye said the resolution prepared by a for my final discharge as Executorof Remedy You Us
discontented with these conditionsIf committee headed J. Colin the Estate of Clara' B. Slstrunk'
grass.< by. Eng- on the 2nd day of Nov A. D. 1935,
leltill Ip Night they do this, they will change in of, ,Ocala. at the Court Houm In Starke: FlorIda is SAFE?
them," Dr. Brink declares.I TRAIN SUItEDC:; ; pHEARST my application beingbased upon -

!! ..ttw II.CJeUI HI"'_ Dr.,,Brink is right. It Is up to Effective June 16th trains 11 INVITEDTALLAHASSEEFlorida County application JudKS. now on file with said

_.. _I d;,.... __ ., III J.B._.. the Indvlldual, to, a large degree, and 12 will be, discontinued and sent Joseph W.. Si.trunlc Ea'r
ha -tF. <<- to.keep healthy, and the progressive lOl14t.li..ioRDain
Hnsy r TMaaOsr trains 15 and 16 will run as fol- an invitation to William Randolph Don't Entrust Your
farmer'*and the' progressive I OK PUBLICATION:
low,:r J AND
... ._ ii ; Hearst, the publisher, to move his NOTICE TO APPEAR I
)1 b. farm mother is always ,striving to Southbound I Own or Your Family's
and"ssllsTy NOTICE I.. .
la 61 hew* ooropl lr residence from California to this h.rebYlJlv.n to T. J
4are e* money keek.avstsesJ do the things which will keep them lAY and wife, MARY GAY that
No '1-Due Sttrke 11:31: P. M. a UnknowjPreparations
state. It carried the name of Gov Vell Being to
? *e Aoee M drasclst, and their'children In good health. r BUI of Complaint has been filed -
No. _15 Due Starke 14:08 P M.
ernor Dave Sboltz and was an- against you and each" of you In the
N<*-107-Due Starke 9:42: A., M. nounced at the governor's office I circuit Court of Bradford County,
Florida, In Chancery, In that certain .
No. 191-Due. Starke 10:97: P. M. here. In It was a statement of cause entitled The Federal' .. "HE to ask whether I l
FUNERAL DIRECTORMy Land Bank of Columbia, Plaintiff, Chills person
Northbound .
taxation, a discussion of climate Stop fiimi:
versus T. J Day and wife, Mary day, preparation you or your
Many Years Experience Make It Possible for Me to Render No; 2-.-Due Starke 5:22 A. H. the state' financial condition and et al, Defendants, to foreclose a 'ire taking for the relief of hendacDIS :
No. '16-Du Starke 12:43 P. :M. the statement that here he "may Mortgage covering the following described .SAFE to use regularly II ("I
MODERATE PRICES" No.: 108-Due Starke 0:11: P. M. live In comfort, free from the embarrassment
Btarke and Wannee Branch of confiscatory taxa Florida, to-wit .bout Genuine UAYLB: ASPIWj
Starke Florida SV of HW, of SEW and SB<4 of
No 101-Leaves Starke 7:00: P. II.Nor tion." Hearst announced he would S\\'% of Sec. *8T; NEW, of tfEV He,will tell you thai befortttiscoveru t

DeWITT C. JONES If. 102-Arrives Starke 1::50 P.M.T move from California because of 'of Sec. S3; and NVW. of 8eo 94, Rid Yoar S '.m of Malaria f I of Bayer Aspirin m'pain' 1
less ad"l
SM of B14 of 8WV4 of NWH remedies were
J. GRIFFIN. taxation In that state. of S.o, 84, all In Township I bud lot"
Shivering with chin moment and icainst by physicians as
._ Range 20 East, contain- one
-- the he aL.Vhich
r"otrio .fomach and. often for
acres, more or less burning with fever the lIext-tbat'* one
WANT LOWER RATES THEREFORE, you and each o* is food for thought if >j
fJ of the effect of Malaria. Unless checked,
THE LAKE CITY :: Indicated GAINESVILLE Freight traffic you required named to In Appear this Notice to the are said hereby Bill the disease will do serious harm to your eek quick.*ajt relief. J

with Ingredients of representatives of larger cities in of Complaint so filed against you, health. Malaria, a blood jnfection. call Scientists rate Buyer AsP'
Florida composing the Florida on the 4th .1ou. November, 1938, for two thing First, destroying the Infection unbaR the fastest melliodi: (I/a! "Ixweretl
Vicks at the Court In Stark. Florida in the blood. Second relief of headacll
VdpoRub Rate Conference went on recordas ; otherwise, a Decree Pro Confaoso building for
will be entered against you up the blood to overcome the effects ol and the pains of rheumatism. I j
rate level for
COLD .STORAGEFor IYiIsCf4lu1I1ILdiJL.JA'AMERlCS favoring a freight and each of you for failure to ap the disease and to fortify...... further riOt and neuralgia. And the tin
Florida comparable to rates In oth- pear. tuck. ence of millions of users has pro1
er territories. in a meeting here. IT IS ORDERED that this notice 101
be published once a week for four Grove' Tasteless ChOl Tonic supplies it safe for the average person
The conference ,,favors establish consecutive weeks In tae Bradford both these effecti. It contain tasteless regularly.' In your own interta

Curing Pork Is Now Open for Business.We ment of rates based upon the cost County Telegraph' a newspaper quinine which kill the infection in the member thi,.. 1
having general circulation In Bradford
of service, plus a profit to the County. Florida. blood and iron which enriches and You tan gel Genuine Bd

Will Now Have Plenty of Space to Care truck owners It was pointed out 188A;This 28 day September. A.. D. builds up the blood. Chin and fever Aspirin at any drug store< -lUll|
soon stop and you are restored to health its full D
for it by
that the Southern Class Rate Level A. S. THOMAS, by asking
is much higher, mile for mile, than Clerk Circuit Court end comfort. For half a century Grove' BAY R A&PIHIN. Make rtj
for All Meats Offered This Season.Our of Bradforu County, Florida. Tasteless ChOl Tonic has been lure relief point to do this and see that f
the rates Eastern and Official
In 10-4-ot-ll-l for Malaria. It I useful
hist too, al a jet what you want.Bayer ..
territory and this burden of freight -- general tonic for old and young. Pleasant
Plant Will He Operated At All Times By Experienced ORDER of 'RL.C.'TIO''" AND I to take and
charges on shippers and receivers MOTICB TO APPEAR absolutely harmless. Safe to
In Southern territory is both an Industrial NOTICM! I. hereby given to Mabel give children. Get a bottle at any drugstore Aspiril
Men Who Know How To Cure Your Meat Just RightIn
I Weller, also known as Mabel MoG. Now two sin* -SOc and $1. The

Order To Bring Out That Delicious Flavor that Meat / and agricultural. handicap., Emlenton Welter, whose, Pennsylvania plac ofresldence that" a Bill,Is $1 she contain ty times a* much u the

Should Have. \ I'- BLAMES LEGISLATORS of Complaint I has been filed againstyou SOc: sin and give you 23%" .more.for
In the Circuit Court of Bradford your money ,
County, Florida. In Chancery, la that
Let Us Cure and Smoke Your Meat certain cause entitled The Federal
GINGER for the threatened shortage of Land Bank of Columbia Plaintiff, HOMEFull
ALE common schools funds was laid at versus VI B. Shlpman, et al, De.fendanta BO.REE FUNERAL
Our Prices Will Be As Follows ," to foreclose a. Mortgage
: the door of the Florida legislatorswho covering" the) following described line of Casket* 4k Undertakers Supplies
traded their votes for public land situated lying and being In AMBULANCE SERVICE

PLAIN SALT CURE -- _.___-___/2c lb.. Jobs, in a statement from B. F. Bradford NII\! of County 8E3. of, Florida 5E34, 8."Uon* to-wit:U, DAY AND NIGHT

I Paty, West Palm Beach announc- rl'smlta'i: tI East, (Lot No. 53 PHONE -- 53

SUGAR CURE .... :. .. __ V/2c lb. : slso N3. of SW
.. __ __ ing his candidacy for governor lathe of 8W' and North I acres of d. O. IL BENNETT. Mgr.
CURE' 7/ June !tImries. "The deplorable of SW'Itof 8W\4\ ,' S..C. U, Tp. ,"A HOME-LIKE INSTITUTION"How
SMOKE SALT __ _.___l /2c Ib. plight: which our schools .Lace No. 55 and part East.of Lots(Lots No.No.IT an1 85.

Smoke With Hickory Wood lc lb. at the present time la unquestionably No. 68 Smith. Map). Containing
___,_-.+ due to executive interferencewith In all nil st-r n more or less.
THEREFORE, you are hereby required Cal 'Nature
All meat kept In storage until coral without extra charge.. Meat ups the legislative branch of our to appear to the said Bill of o Help
received In good condition will be guaranteed. Meat to Iw sutar.rurtHl 4KIODIESTOO government:" the Paty statement Complaint so filed against yoU on

should come to plant the same day M killed UNSALTED.. / declared. "So that there may never the the Court tnd day House of In December Btarke. Florida 1636, at) To Throw Off: Bad C

For salt cure spread out over night to let the animal heat get out. I. be any misunderstanding of my otherwise, a Decree pro Confesso a

Bring to storage early the.following day; position In this respect, J'make Mill to be Appear.entered against you for failure Millions have found In Calotabe ;e Second OOotabs are dlureUjs3&vFxfS&
this statement In IT I<* ORDERED that this Notice
announcing my moot valuable aid In the e
candidacy for the office of gov- consecutive be published week one. a In week the Bradford for four ot colds.. They take one or treatment two tab of from tb ste r .

.R., W. TURNER I Mori If erected, no OMtaeer ef County Telegraph, a newspaper havli lets .the prat night end repeat tbe I lotabs serve the doub
tlUier ireneral Ite.! ; "tlon M..**..** ,. 8Dddt."A'"
MUM'of UM LecMtturt Bar .
"::!LV- a -." .
any cleat! rtmthra' "will ever IM es ":11\( ()et..;. .. iiiis.. .. VOSB1 1 -

Owner and Operator any pay roll directly or indirectly tOFFICIAL. A. J SEAL THOMAS) one of the most ae;

'IN CONCRETE:: \ ,-bf any department over which Clerk Circuit Court. endablo of aU tntestlnsTelliiunants ff \
BUILDING <( EAST: DUVAL .STREET! : DISTINCTLY DIFFERENT /thus cleansing the intestinal oleA
I,may have controL.n ? .dfor6. County. Florid.. tract .I'
11.1I-It-n'll 0' tbgerm.! ,,, mucus 11II& .... ;rkMs. .OUJrJJ ..

r" ;,1:,;; ;,1H1>'"1:'. '!'r'jt-,." )I .',.::'" !!"". .,r.. .1"r." '\\ ""''i.t ,,,,.. .. iilf.ti:\ :. ij: : ;:\ : :'h ;!." -11\\ .. ', "
c 1;"J. ." ,".'. .<.'' .."." '" ""'i\'(",',"",,, .., ..... : "'J''tI """ ,<., .. /1\. ". ,,,,,.. ',' ..\.'. ... "4 '-'d.d .

'r'I'1', ;, : ; 11\! \ ,..J,. !"1"I'I'I"' '1' ;Ti.qonr!! ,. 11..7i'7'. 'f\I>"I1 ...,4'""' ?":....;1'I'PWi'f'1\ :: 1'.1''''J ....,(LJL.."',..; ,y;. w. W l.M

NOVEMBER 1. 1935 "

--' --------- --_-- BRADFORD, COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKK, FLORIDA --...- ..----...
enURCD DHUEOTOBTBAPTIST : -- __ __ '_ __ __ - -- .._, TAU1U. CUb,V...
I ---- - --
f. I - -- --- --
Stubby turned
CHURCH to him. "You a contorted no audience for his first Hastings who had witnessed his Northern France probably has

fIRST PastorsundaY mother" he burst were out cruel At the door he pulled himself defeat. He wiped his sweating the best grass lands of all Europe.

Schol,10 o'clock am.. ly. "She and entered. It was dark neck and face with his handker .
aaa.re..v j,+. to go to quiet. Most of the animals chief. Shame kept his head low. -
J. 11 a. m. os.tralef rASea .support,'t me because she asleep. i "I thought Trt try It by myself to U. S, Is studying Industrializing
tpymWorehp: m- from rh. r how she died staying with you. Walking to the tiger cage he nee If If I bad the nerve" ho Florida bamboo at Its Ogeechee
You River
experiment station. Nation
T:30: p. m. you d inside at the rat prowling Uereil, "but it's no go. I've lost
g TeachershMee ing, Wednes- I my mother "-! .ly behind the bars. But as it, Dan. I'm through now Imports two million dollars
& "Stub!" Windy's hand worth annually.Tone .
m, his looked the determination on his (So now Windy baA even lot the
t'4y: p. Prayer service, Wedyla.aeek features.' Flnnljy he began to fade. Apprehension chance to support hits son. Can he .

m. (SYNOPSIS; Michael (Windy) don't I gently. "That's your aunt its place.He fiver ..... Uy'In Stubby's love of water hyacinths are-
7:30: p keep forgetting bow lit- thy "
y. 1.bietbodlet O'Shaughnemy, world famous tle you was Stubby" his talking. Stubby had moistened his dry parched again? And what, will he do now shipped annually by Nurseryman
Church animal trainer, In Hastings' "Yea sir. And back. "Well, do you with the tip of his tongue. His about bill circuit act? Don't miss, C. M. Stoke at Whltehouse in Du-

: ;M. Montgomery Pastor, Greater Circus, has been deserted seph." my name is Jo- want me to take" you back to moment had! com and next work's" thrilling In talbnl'nt.CCELEItATOIUTIS" .) val County, for the 10-cent store
or to
//Ie". B >001-10 a. myoming by his wife Cora who had Marthy was beginning to be afraid.. -- fish pool and rock garden market.
SUJlday also taken his adored Valkenburg was watching the Stubby hung Mm head ml ".\ .
Inhaling to
Worshlp-ll a. m. fouryearold deeply give himself
: m. lIOn, Stubby. His nerve &,000.1ndy >, reunion, infinite pity in his eyes. ly. "Major Valkenburg ho moved up the four A brand new disease "accelera- Florida's Industrial growth Is so

&pworth worship, 7:30: p. m. \\ had fumbled a dangerous Windy chuckled. "That's what me to spend the summer with steps to the cage door as toritls," has been discovered In amusing to the editor of Balti
EVening stunt your ma used to call you too. I Windy jerked his head in London the Associated Press more's Manufacturers' Record.
to all these serv- and lout his right arm. he were In trance. He was reports -
are Invited never called you anything but py acquiescence. Now he Howard U Clark, that :Mr. Clark
Too For eight years he wandered, with the catch on the and doubtless Is Just aa pre-
Iota as a tramp in search of Stubby. Stubby on account of you hada Hla son was no more than when the low growl of the valent In these United State gave the Orlando Reporter-Star, a
Church Then stub nose like me. And you ain't willing prisoner. He groped caused him column interview In July.
to whirl
Pretlb.tertan Hastings finds him telling "Accoleratoritls, It appears, Is
:filter him of Cora's death and Stub growed out of It yet. Only a' Stubby's cap which had fear. R calloused, painful condition of

gev' GeorgegaLowrhS. by's whereabouts In a military course yours looks good on you." the ground Retrieving It "Now, now puss" he said pla- : the bail of the foot contracted by check

10,00 11.00 A M.-Mornlng Worship; school. Windy la a new man. He He had made a few tentative brushed it off, then Him shirt was) drenched motorists through pressing the accelerators Colds
attempts to humbly.
by the past r. will return to his work mid get kiss Stubby. Now, : perspiration. "We're gonna' of their cars too hard. Mid
ItJ1IIOD 0:00: p,1n.-Young Peoples Ves- stubby bark. But on the day he however he grinned at the unyielding "We'd better get back to great friends. Always was Foot doctors in London report a 666
of "Feverfirst
figure the
Service, Is to arrive at the school, Stubby boy. rushing business in treating such
per Worship. "Yeah" he said, scratching his conditions. day
1II.-EveabcJ.C Is telling the master that he refuses -
1:30: p to go with hill father.)" chin "I guess it is kinda' sissy for j "l>t me go," Stubby Perhaps medical treatment will LIl lQ- :TAnLIpTa Headaches

Rosewood Baptist Church two men to kiss each other," "I'm not going with correct the condition but an even DROI'"""" In SO minute

,,.?,, ... O. Hemingway. Factor ORDERS FOR CADET "Not at all!"Valkenburg cut In I hate >ou." better and more permanent cure
I services every Sunday. Bible O'SHAUGHNESSYChapter sharply. He remained severely unbending suggests Itself. If motorists will
I study 10:15 a. m- Services at 3:30: Six to Stubby's beseeching L. remove their feet oftener from Why Get Up Nights?

|oclock in afternoon. look. their accelerators and place them TillS Ma iiLAnnnii< LAXATIVH
Stubby's Aunt; Martha, garbed In Slowly Stubby leaned forward firmly against their brake this rustic '

BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH a grim mourning outfit, stood by and extended his cheek. His eyes aggravated condition of the ball of : If It fall to flush nut impurities
L. .A. Donnley, Pastor him, a protective arm about his and .x"".. void which cause the Irraifularlty -
Rev past his father who tenderlyand the foot will undoubtedly be alleviated that wakes you ui>. lot
Services every first maay shoulder hungrily kissed him then buuhu juniper oil, "tn.. In lit 11.* "1'.""
Sunday School, 2:30: p. Major Valkenburg usually the brushed a furtive tear from his r Rt This suggestion Is passed along' 'abl"t.laxative l l culled Work Milken.on the bladder the hliuMcr aim

Bible Study and Prayer Services kindliest of men sat behind his eyes. After all this moment was to all motorists for what It Is liar to cantor oil on the bow.l..
( Saturday night. desk, now sternly military. the worth not to their but Poorly Aotlns: bladder en oau"
every consummation of eight yearsof only feet to noanty flow' ', frequent d.sir.! burnln -
"You'll go with your father because need. tho lives of pedestrians aa well- or bnvkuch. In four. day* If
Pint Christian Church the Court has placed In The Times. not ploK..>l any lruirirl. will refund
you Major now addressed Win- Tampa your KBu. Mitchell'. Uiuir Btore.
Rev. \V. T. McOuIre, Pastor his custody" he said for the third dy. "One of the conditions of your ? rv ,

Bible School, 10 a., m. time. retaining custody Is, as I believe +.ulaN

.Communion 11 a. m "Only temporarily" Martha Interjected you understand, your ability to TermiteEXTERMINA
Christian Endeavor T p. m. take 4.Av '
with bitter anger. "Only care of him.
prayer meeting: Wednesday 7:30 for the next three months. Then he "Oh I'll be able to do that," Win-

comes back here. His father has dy assured him "From now on I'll TION

1p.m. Second Sunday 11 a. no right to him" she fumed on, take care of whatever it costs Ma .

8 p. m. "My lawyers were stupid. And jor."

that Judge was biased." Valkenburg inclined his head Why Give This Work To An Out-of-Town Concern?

Her fury bad known no bounds "Well then, the only other consid- ,- -..------,-. I Am Fully Equipped to Give The Best

eration is that of Incompatibility" tlon and find out about with cats. ,, "
when the Judge had gravely decreed -
: "Ths boy must be allowedto At Windy's puzzled frown, he has mumbled, his stricken eyes His shaking fingers tried the Service And My Work Is Guaranteed.
BOB form a reaction to his father tened to explain. "If you and Jo- cast 'again. But the tiger, with a FREE INSPECTION OF YOUR HOMER.
1 seph don't get along together" menacing growl sprang for-
Here before the Court can decide his per- Hastings had assigned
Comments On manent custody. If that reactionIs "If we don't get along together!" the most luxurious of the sneering savagely at Windy C. (Red) Buford

And Hereafter unfavorable that boy will be returned Windy threw back his head and quarters and In spite of the bars.

to his aunt. roared with laughter; "Did you passive reslstance..W'ndy' had "Now, now puss, benave," Win
Now she gestured exasperatedly hear that Stub? If we don't get aged to make him said almost moaning. He took

i '"I beseech you therefore, brethren "Of course Joseph's reaction will along." He choked over his own He sat huddled up in a recreating step.

by the mercies of'God, that ye be unfavorable. Of course he won't boisterous merriment. "Why Ma- of the room watching Stubby The tiger emitted a bloodcurd- For
jor that's the best laugh I've had Expert RepairingSmith's
snarl reaching through the
like his father. desperate longing as the
bodies a'lvtng'! aacrl- .
present your since I don't remember when.
with its claws At this the
Valkenburg remained wearily scrawled furiously on some
flce". That is what Paul wrote silent. Stubby they think that maybe paper. "I tried to run away" animals began to awaken

to the Romans. The_word. .."there. Martha fixed Stubby with her you and "I are going to the mat by was writing as the tears bedlam"broke loose. There

fore" carries the Idea that he'has eyes. "He knows Just how that together. from his eyes "but he caught deep-throated roars from the Garage
He was still chuckling over his mingling with the wild trum- -
klready said something to them. man treated his mother. Please Aunt Martha, take
absurd when
Stubby nodded. "He was cruelto suggestion Stubbyhad away from here I can't of the elephants. J
What he really had taught ,themp made his reluctant saluted
Like a creature beset> by a fiend !
her sir. He hurt her. Please do something to get
until the time he besought them His aunt snorted triumphantly. farewells and was walking out of away. Please please! nightmare. Windy! dropped his Phone 120
in "present their bodies'a livingsacrifice" "You' don't suppose the boy could the door with him As he sealed the letter and ran ran as a man

that." Beaming proudly and happily and turned down the ,,' death Itself Wrecker Service Day
was that they were sav- ever forget rose or Night j
Windy eat on a seat in the day : But Hastings' figure standing
The dictaphone buzzed. "Mr. of one of the cots. Making a
ed men and women, and they were coach with StubbY. He was shellIng I.I.Dretenae him b.ought him to a stop
O'Shaughnessy Is here sir. of undrasBlnor He'n ,
wed the of God. Now wlth- his left hand, -
by peanuts -
grace -- -
"This Is going to be very hard he could just barely J JI.
once they were saved. lie.., be- for you child" Martha said to giving every other on to Stubby untie his shoelaces\ .'- he NAIUNO OUR ....G TO THI MASTHIAO ,
Koches them by the mercies' of Stubby, "but you'll be back soon. who would accept them mechani- covert glances at' the' boy.: it.Until HmiU,*tf+*mMnf4Mr ._-'*'-M LACenelfArr. 0 N DISPLAY I ,'
God who did save them! to present cally, but keep them In his fist. of ...". d HI_. Lka r.rk.n "aN Jr.ad/ell fw ran .. LfirNel (
Just do as I Write me every- produced a pair pajamas .
say. .....J MtrMWffMM 44 toy ffcr she MtmUit
uiift 0A
Windy went on with his description / MM* qf AT ALL BUICK
!their bodies a living sacrifice. :Man thing he says and does what his under his pillow. : tad I* full m/MmM/ lade ,,.,, ""'*..Htllt wrlh tad NrAN.Nd '
ii naturally a sinner'; 'That la work Is, how he treats you, If he of .circus life "So you see, "This Is the only pair I got seat,.,.J.., ""',.....". .._..,......."b,...".."MiM....." ,
what the Bible teaches and that Is drinks 4. whatever unpleasant seeln a circus from out front ain'tseeln' now," he said shyly. "Until we
what history and literature prove.Our thing you may see him do or say, took a circus. Walt'll That's you whereIts get a your suitcase, you can wear "aUad.rd ."PI'I.II J .el .e
bodies are the Instruments I want to know --see backstage. top and I'll,woar the pants." s..rlNl. e h. a R o 1
fun. Yes sir. I been away fromit wlta.rf r.* '
with which we sin. We use our He nodded miserably. "Yes, aunt "I'll sleep In my ro e M CC art ;; Claw 0. F
eyes to see what we should not see. Martha." for a while but now I'm right was the short reply. Il r.d.l. v.: a I :;

We use our ears to hear the things They kissed goodbye and she back again. It'll be easy how" Rebuffed Windy threw the o.t:.atr' CUI"tI..arr..err fire ",

we should not hear; and'most us started from the room to the ex- that I got my right arm again. jamas on his bert 'He 1 ..,..... ::1

w use our tongues to say what we treme relief of the Major. He nudged." Stubby he noticed affectionately."You. the boy'speculiar ed the light, sat down on his R

should not say. Paul beseeches us He addressed the dictaphone. Then ain't and exhaled a heavy sigh

Christians since we are saved to "Have Mr.. O'Shaughnessy come in apathy. "Hey you "What your Aunt Martha BiiirKKOADMA
live ourselves In absolute surrender eatln.- Don't you like peanuts? you about me, Stub !
to God. "I wont goStubby! : "burst out "No sir didn't happen exactly like she ,: nf
tossed them
C violently. "I'll do something desperate Windy regretfully they did" he began slowly. !
When all out of the window -
an army surrenders It Is blinked In the
supposed to lay down its weapons "Tenshun!" They lay on your: stomach.remlnl- reckon there'.'st1lne truth on 1. J G

warfare. We Christians are sup- Stubby slowly stiffened. His eyes half-closed In side. I was a big shot and I d!

Weed l to be surrendered to God. Shoulders back! Chest snence. "Gosh Stubby, the good I did have a swelled head. '
"Chin up Ma and I used to havein AT THESE PHENOMENAL FOUR MDYOU U SAY
Our times ONE LOOK
bands have been used selfishly out!" The Major looked at him your beautifuland never meant no harm, really, *
In the past. We give them now sternly. "Cadet O'Shaughnessy, my the old days. She was" Why, I wouldn't' a' hurt -- '
to God so He may use them to lift orders were to hand you over to a smell performer He drew mother for for anything ..- .. :
the the boy close. "Well Stub, we got "
fallen. world. He looked hopefully
Our been
eyes have father. Now here are your "
Instruments of Satan, but we open your He was being very crisp each other anyway ward the boy trying to .
fern now to see opportunities for orders. with The train came to a halt. curage for what he had to say."Stub '
"You're to stay
Christian service. Our ears have and military. for to go "Excuse me." Stubby stood up won't you give me J JTwo

been attuned to the voice of the him back.until Understand Its time?" you Windy nodded and men's pointed room.out the chance to show you how BUICK5 THE BUT !I"
World. : direction of the
Now they are open to the "Yes sir" Stubby answered, But as am?/ I wish you'd give me
race of God Our feet have been I subdued. At the knock on He sat there, grinning. chance will you?" he
swift much his lips pursed to whistle a tune answered him. ,
to travel the road of sin though he, aboutfacedand Only ullence .
Now God sends us on errands of the door marched to the window star- his eyes ,strayed to the Itself window of color He tip-toed to the cot, to yeara'sgo Buick deliberately thrilling performance at you have : 'j

Bnty. Our tongues that have said out of it unhappily, his face Then his face drained he pair of wide tear-filled eyes \, its sight' on 1936. never known. ;;
the wrong Ing for through the glass pane ing stubbornly at the ceiling .t
things, now are used to
ItO the story of redeeming set. could see the figure of Stubby out Windy's own 'eyes filled up. It coolly set its aim on bringing to These cars are big car every one g

to a lost world, if the professing grace "Come In.Windy entered, Valkenburg's side, running away as fast as hiss. wiped them off with the back market for that year a line Of motor built to almost lavish dimensions 'of '

ChrIstians of America would really But heart as dropped with dismay. young legs could carry him. his hand. There was a rap on cars that would startle the world.. body room and head clearance-yet 't

[ elite winder the to God we could evan- Wlndy's new suit of screaming A MAN DEFEATED tent-pole Windy hastily outside.Joined It him was It purposed to do'tbat, not by freak or' they handle with the fingertip lightness '
world In bulldog
a short their
with of small
very shoes \
his tan ears.
Woe The trouble Is that most of plaid, his stiff straw hat "So you got him, >eh? superficial design, not by skimping '
I III Professlong Christians live ael- made toes him a pathetically comic Chapter Seven : great. Hastings scrutinized" quality to make a price, but by sheer They are literally' breath taking in 1

i 1,1111I lives. We use our hands, feet, figure as he stood there in trembling "Stubby, hey Stubby!" Jumping dy's tear-scarred face. merit as expressed in automobile.. power and speed and take-off, yet .l'

l ryes fl. ears tongues. and brains sel- anticipation.He down the vestibule steps Windy wrong Y'Windy swallowed hard. beauty, value, ability. under their new tiptoe hydraulics and .{
. "yIf God is God ,and if Stubby's coach. His frantic cry
we gestured toward left the easy-steering knee.aetion they
could arealmost "t'
Ill of course not. What submits
It the
no to now eminently
then grindingroar you
above the
we should give ev- "Is that my. could be heard '
back. aa manageable'as
"YthIDg we It wrong? satisfying results of that fruitful ,- telephone. ,&
have to ,God and The Major quickly went to Stub- of the train as gathered two :
should be transformed by His power by and turned him around. "That's momentum and left the station. Hastings"We're looked all at him set hard for years of concentrated endeavor. They are thewed sod sinewed by that 'ff

and should not be' conformed, to be. Big boy Isn't he? Joseph, "Hey Stubby son" he called shrugged. a quality which springs from Buick' ;i'

worldly standards your father." a...rain--- .--. hit ran down- the dirt road. for"Tomorrow tomorrow.?" Here are four separate series of sensational third of a century of manufacturing ..r

Father and son confronted sac h gaining on the fleeing he figure. "Yeah. To start new Buick cars cars calledfihtnomenal I. experience, advantaged by $14,500,000
filled him plac-
other. Then Stubby's eyes rested on When he had hand on his shoul- We'll use Rajah and I got a by experts in the trade, worth of new tools, dies and factory t
'l "V4Ot 1 **. the with absury repulsion clothes as and they the plnned- ed der.a His heart was pounding likea new cat for you. See you In who previewed them. 'equipment devised 'for these cars V
' up empty sleeve. mad thing, more from anxiety on the cot Windy saw Each is a feast to the eye schooled in alone. \h

But Windy's own happiness else.was than exertion. "Stub, where yougoln' old demons of cowardice jeering mature modem styling; as you can see. These things are so true and so oMomt ;:
blinding him to everything 1""Let him from every corner. His that everywhere you will soon hear the
Stubby said, flinging
His face reflected only the great me go" shuddered with dread. Each has under the smooth flowing motor.wlle.aylo""Bura'sTHBBuya" i
miracle that had oc his father off. "I'm not going and surfaces of its smart K-
CIACXID TOES 'P"OI'N beneflclent want row! planes exterior
...",.! curved with you. I hate you.to do I with you." Rising the next morning tkttolld tough durabU, beasetjldlyestiru.rd f.

"I'd a'knowed you any place, to have anything watched his sleeping son In chassis that underwrites
( while his r
emotion. jaw dropped
1t 011 he said, choking with, Windy's brain tried to comprehendthe ful silence. His lips trembled Buick dependability.. & 'J

. llhoI, ..,blner l..t= bt..d- "Would.. would you a' recognized dulled heard. He stared his eyes were redrimmed
I. 01 It"blns er'aelr.d,. th.m me Stubby words he had stranger sleeplessness. Slumber had And each offers you from the stepped '
1Ia14 Dr I his son, yet a
to Por. the courteous anI at the boy w
AntiMptlotwtlMpUd. _
,.... 0111. Aa amaalsr It "Not sir" was whose eyes were looking at ly touched his eyelids.A up power of its big, thrifty valve-in. '

:: 'Y 18UGb kill. .b. pars. nI. bt OHM swer.Windy In him with unmistakable loathing. picture of himself In full bead eigbtcylinder engine such safe. Fiasr or THSOSNSSAL
k nodded agree-
tha of.wst II combat. quickly the loss of bis
. a.tlon before
Why galls
.....11 adieu which""If not. It was "Walt a minute son. MOTOR CAR :
ment. "Of course asked caught his eye. Studying It for
rupali .unc do hate me? he
NCithhh.lp. taam iowteb.Ni4 It. You was why you '
4am- dumb of me to expect Stubby kept his face bit, hope and determination rose
top hs..lIa..ar such a little shaver." He looked wonderlngly. accountof his heart lie bad a job to do
tried It on Motor
ke'.Antl..pna aaythlns tt1r.D. : don't remember averted. "Is It .la Register Co.
HU..OIL It 1D&1r.. eagerly. "You Stealthily he left
..... ""lDtort up about some thin'I done? Still no an- his boy.
.1' baton tell
bowa.Dr. them yarns I used you feel tent and made for the
feller .
ay puk..notPOrostLwtl I. mad.Hrom.. and elephants and swer. "How can a ,
.nd ...... tigers that way about his own fatherT"His groundsApproaching
'Se ejlMc 1I1Iana--tfl or lafetl.ai lions T""No ." voice was raw with the naked the menagerie 4axt
sir. be looked around furtively. 0
Windy gulped' "Of course you wound of this thing.


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y -.-.------ ...- .. .- .. .- .- ---' ..-. -- --._--.- ., -- .- "--.. ."- --.--.. .- ___ _____ _____. _n_.___. ,._ -- NOPE 18ER I

Bradford County Established 1877 Telegraph r Maybe You've ,J" TOO LATE / m f i RIDA"'litfLI' J1 _s(,ANN W

AAEAVBER Heard It, ButToo ,
'ors' SI'AEAD
: It? nCMEI.li: KAY
LORIDAPR&Ss A SOCIATON( !J .....t..r. Florida Press *..... THSMID S/ANr SpeerO /NCads

\ .. 1935 0t'o Well TrainedIt SOOSff WAS

.. :; ::'- da. is one thing to have a well And now cornea Roy Child edi K/um WAX

.__. ..._ .. __ u .. trained dog. It Is quite another S7CMAeg SnO.flQA'
tor of the Levy County Journal'
thing-sometimes a nuisancetobave
Published Weekly on Fridays and Entered as Second Class
Bronsdn with
", one too well trained. over In the question

Matter at the Post Office at Starke, Florida Last week H. V, Knight, a hunting why don't' I r rf' Governor., So r t 't
.. .. '
-- -- --- -- enthusiast bird
bought a new right here, with .your: permission,
E. L. Matthews .._____._.._______..Editor and Owner puppy. The man who sold him I'd like to. Interrupt/ this column ,

"I -- ._. -- .. -,. .- -- .---- proudly told the new owner that long enough: to sing a little song
) SUBSCRIPTION RATE the dog had been trained to go for Roy entitled "I got a Feelln'

to the mall box.-it was a rural you're Foolln' ".

Yearly, $1.50; Six Months, 75c-Payable in Advance ttlement--and bring the dally And here all this time I was flg-

Advertising Rates on Application newspaper to the house. '*
urln. that Roy was my "buddy.
.. Mr Knight thought this waS of We've Inhaled nourishment at the

" The man with the hoe now rakes around an airport pro but no particular since the advantage owner was in makingno town, same table, gurgled from the same '
jug| and even fished from the same r
extra for the stunt he
ject. e charge boat, and after all that he comes \
closed the deal and carried the .rzf
out with a nice prickly' crown of (
-o home.
thorns to slam on my head with
A humorous magazine defines a boy as a noise with dirt' Early Sunday morning when Mr. the statement that he has NOMINATED -

on it. Knight opened his front door he ME.; 6i
that the had beentiling *
saw ex-owner
No, Roy-thanks for them kind ? i V e
o the truth. The had
puppy words and all, but personally I'd +
Red Cross Roll Call. begins November, 11. Put aside a dollar been trained to bring In the paper, rather die a natural death and THS F/RST OFEM A/2 GKT
but he had not been trained to
keep my fifty thousand dollars IVAS iar/v r
now. know when of a thing was :
enough i
that Mr. Buford was talkln' about. K
,I. enough. Wagging its tall Sand look- ., 1 ST. PFTF sBU G.
oa I never, could understand, why
ing proudly up at Its new owner;
':\ About the only, fellow who isn't fighting for shorter the dog wall sitting on the front any guy'would work himself intoa
lather and risk\ rulnln' his health
hours is Cupid, porch surrounded by seven tightly' and disposition by, gettln'' ,broiledup
rolled and tied Sunday papers
0 In an effort Jo secure a temporary -
Mr. of the
Knight spent part job that at best Is not much
A shining face means intelligence with men and negligence morning returning papers to near more than a glorious four-year J
by neighbors. All but one was
with women. lead-ache. ,
claimed. How far the pup went
;, -... for it is still unknown. Of""course they tell me. that -y'r ,, a t1 .. .
, '. there's moneys In it and maybe a ..w
Christmas is taking that spot around the corner that '"'Tb-'Packard
Girl In certain amount of glory, but I've
'I' 'r prosperity held so long. Sunday night a green Packard had a lot of close-ups of "Gover-

,t.: --0 convertible coupe pulled up at the nors at work" and I'm'' tellin' you

side of a corner drug store here that the grief connected with the
Begin now saving your pennies for a bright new automobile
and signalled for curb service job far overbalances the other aide

tag on December 1. Merrill (Burr Head, Bush) McMil ''I of the picture.

.:, 0-. lan was on duty behind the foun- And then an Ex-Governor Is a rf

} Some people are hoping the sanctions won't eliminate the,, tain and took the order for vanilla kind of a pitiful thing to considerand
ice cream. When he re-entered the while few of' these aspirin'

>, source of Italian spaghetti. drug store several )young fellows candidates think about that when
o ] inside had noticed the "BeverleyHills theY're runnln", If they win they're -,. "I. '
Next year will be leap year, but the wise girl 'never puts 1 California" tag on the car getting themselves elected an Ex' The giant,,GOOSE :was killed near St.. extensive studies were made including

off 'till tomorrow what she can do today and asked who was in it. Keepinga Governor on the same ticket .Marks, December 6, 1928, by, T, Federick. voluminous weather reports. Since then
: perfectly straight face Burr Davis prominent historian of Jackson- it
has that
This Chief Executive racket proven so practical the novel
i ..O Head replied, "Claudette Colbert somehow seems to" get under afellow' ville, Who is 'in ,the center of the above idea has been copied elsewhere in Florida
11 'A Texas farmer has established a world record for rafs- and Buddy Rogers" caring noughtfor :: fldY of
hat once he's had a group sportsmen, composed of the late i. also in California and Texas. All

: .' ing garlic. We can almost smell it here ing the for scandal Miss Colbert he might, a be married creat- whirl at It' he's :fj6ver'content or H. Clay Crawford, secretary of state, and, boxes, windows and writing tables are in

', i\. -- O woman, and Mr. Rogers alternately I happy'when'the time comes to the late ,Arthur ,T. Williams,- prominent the open, sheltered only by the roof. Dur

',; When a lemon is squeezed it fs thrown away The same reported engaged and disengaged 1 just checkout get In and there figures again if,"knowln'he could Jacksonville business man' and president 'ing the pre.Christmas rush, the open air
to Pickford sixteen 'tImes of the Florida Historial Society construction IB
fj* ,thing sometimes happens after marriage. Mary what I know.now,"' boy, he'd show especially advantageous,
.;y during the past month. 'em I, Before the ,federal government couldbe as long' lines can form at the windows

; -of' t Monday morning\ Bqrr Head was But back to? human'for persuaded to construct the St. Petersburg without crowding or creating a ventilation .
gettln' ME
If all the boloney in the world were laid end to it would' enjoying the mild sensation he had Governor-well, the mO.A'1 OPEN AIR POST OFFICE, many problem. -

Y probably result in a third party movement. I created, for the' news quickly think- I th-; --
I spread. He knew he had the best About>> it; bigger laugh. I

G joke' of the week-end on the fellows get Just imagine me standin' on Bradford Solon Fires MISS JULIA MAY PEEK Starke and jnado her home II'
I a stump between' a couple of old her brother and sister-in-law, 1
An old-timer is one who depends on the almanac and in the drug ; Back Funeral services for Miss Julia
What he DIDN'T know;, however timers like. '"Homestead Bill"Hodges late Col. and Mrs.: C. L. Peek. !
stiff joints to predict rains or fair weather.; until someone told him later, and Banker Fred Cone, (Continued From Page One) May Peek were held here, Friday attended the Starke Institute wl

J -0"The was that the girl in the green That would be a couple of sub -- morning from the residence of the late Prof. George C. Loon

,building program will never be a complete success Packard was Frances Langford. no limes(foolln'and a ridiculous for you, and for you will move out of the state with Judge the and Rev.Mrs.B., E.M.. ,K.Montgomery Ferryman, was principal; and as she was
y and stay out. talented musician she later atte
until there is a hospital for every filling station Our Friends, The WUkenn Bill would'. thunder out In senatorial I regretted much'' to pastor of the ,Methodist Church, ed the Conservatory of Music
.. We'' feel if we'd known the about very see conducting: the simple and Impressive
as '
-- --- ----0--- tones, ,the "rglhts of Judge Allbritton get messed Boston and Cincinnati. For ye

They are trying to find the longest-earedmule: in Mis. Wilken family for life. and; just the sovereign ."ter..and, then I'dl, with you, as I have had the pleasure up. service. she was a successful music tea
between ,you and us 'we're beginning get up add cart ;"env a bunch of 'of Allbrittonand Miss Peek died early: Thursday er In Valdosta and Waycrollll,'G
I', souri., Why not wait until after the next election? to wish we could get away for ".ape." .'Fred-would try to hypnotize I believe'meeting he Is Judge a fine man morning. October 24, at her home Hot Springs, Ark., and Tulso, C

0 a little vacation. Although It has : "em with a flight of backwoods This fellow, Collins from Jacksonville In Jacksonville, 1526 Robinson lahoma. For many years 11 11

A small town is always glad to. see the circus come to been but a few months since this oratory,'and then I'd get up that is having so much to Avenue, where she had resided for Peek was an active member of i t

: town. A few of the'loafers leave with it timer: home-folksy family began boosting and say, "Folks I don't know about say in the last few days, I have nothad ; the last fourteen years. Woman's Christian Tempera
: every their whiskey with a series of advertisements ] you, but for my part I think it's the pleasure of meeting hhn, ,Julia May Peek was born May Union, and In 1930 she went

--- 0 featuring photographs I just a lot of HOOEY.." but from all accounts he Is Just one 6? 1887 ,In Boston Ga. After the London, England and attended

Not all of us have to take an ocean trip to get seasick. of themselves we'veal And whew some earnest voter of the sore heads like yourself. No death of her parents she came to World Convention of the W. C.I

:' A few minutes listening to some radio comedians will turn the ready seen Pa and the boys around stepped ,up and asked me point doubt he wanted something and did U. While living In Jackao
t the supper table;; at the'' still; blank "Wha'dya expect to do for not get ,It, ranks of the'unemployed.. she was a member of the Av
trick. drinking water (for a chaser, no 'dale Methodist Church, and
the at Tallahasseee" I'd A
taxpayers When you get ready to run for somewhat higher level of operations -
doubt) from the old. oaken bucket; be- missed by a circle of m
I ,
0- tell him that wouldn'tdo -
probably whatever public office you are \ In the lumber, textile and
, Mother Hubbard had a hard time in her day No matter going; and fishlng'cutting Indulging in a a dozen birthdaycake or a bit morefor-'em than most aspiring to, drop me'a line, and I petroleum Industries during Octo- friends and Peek, acquaintances.Miss is'' survived .by t
i governors have'done' and they'd becallln' will come down and make a few ber is Indicated by the weekly survey
,, how often the cupboard was bare there, was no relief agency so other little pleasures that we me a "big so and so" before speeches for Lumber orders and ship- brothers; John S Peek of

r' handy. common folk'enjoy.. I I rd been there.n week. you., ments have been below the level cher. La., and W M. Peek,
: Tuesday was Pa Wllken's birth ,Yours very truly, of Gladewater, Texas. Also a nun
---0 About >that Ulme Jerry Carter production during the month
\ Charley E. Johns,
G day and the little gray-haired fellow but of nieces and nephews resldl
" Nothing brings more cheer to the sick room than telling Invited us to have a drink-at9Sc would come along. ''with'gobs of Rep. Bradford County.. demand remains relatively here and in distant states.Interment
FREE literature about '"dog ., 'S strong.., Cotton consumption'was
: the 'patient ,how many people you know of who died of the : a pint. He celebrated the occasion fights," "Seveu'Reaaona" and "The maintaining- September gams. Reports was In the family p

same disease. by having his picture taken luck of the lousy. calf" and walk Suits Claim ConstitutionVii4ated from 117 Southern pine mills at Crosby.Cemetery, and the n

again with son William son Harry off with all the votes his line ofreasonin' showed shipments Increased forty- ly made grave was covered w
o Jr.,. and son-in-law Tom. Williamand friends aorganisations.
six choice flowers sent by
cent ,
per the same week
bein'lthe most Intelligentand over
Florida ,is taking steps to keep undesirable persons out Harry, Jr., are both nice boys, logical of'any" the poor dumb. (Continued ,,From .Page One),, ,In'. 1934. ,Arrangements w
,of the state always smiling and chipper but New York and In charge of DeWitt C. Jones Co
Nothing much can be done about those already Tom the glum one has us a little voters had listened to. : a salary of $2,700 annually; 'and Indicated Chicago report* .

i' here, however; .. worried. We'' think he needs a But don't worry-I ain't gonna I Representative J. J. Williams of !me considerable buying ,of pany.GeorgiaFlorida,___
good run. I wouldn't have a look-in, Bonifay as an inspector In the :Milk model automobiles which
0 laxative Is
" because Idon't' belong to the Elks, Control Board at $1,560 annually.The expected to' be considerably
An! :architect;, says that homes in the future will be built Birthday am not even *: GOOD Baptist and suit made no mention of stimulated by the show beginning Football Game

M' without window's.. Back'fence elimination would curtail a lot The'Telegraph's entering upon the Ku Klux Klan hasn't asked me Representative A. D. McNeil 'of In New York on November 2. '
f: of neighborhood gossip. Its fifty-eighth year of continuous to join. The Newspaper; boys all Jacksonville who was appointed a sixteen per cent increase in To, Draw Cro
b publication with our next issue know me too'' well to be caught circuit judge; Representative Harry employment In'the Grand Rapids --

- 0- seems excuse. enough for us to I supportin me'and when I started N., Sandler of,Tampa, who was furniture Industry during the first By,FRANK S. WRIGHT

Following the announcement of his determination to print the following poem, which we out thumb my way 'round It appointed a circuit Judge' or Representative eight mouths of the year over the GAINESVILLE Oct. 31- -Th

;:' leave California, Hearst received an invitation from almost: have been saving for just such an wouldn't be any time at all before O. P. Herndon of Sanford same, period. A gain of last of year was. reported will be another great crowd
I occasion; I got picked up as TRANSIENT. who was appointed clerk 'of forty-one percent Jacksonville Saturday as the FI
every place except Russia.A The only excuse I could possibly l the Circuit Court'. In Seminole In piano. shipments during Ida Gators tangle with the Geor

0 THE COUNTRY PAPER SPEAKSI think of for wantln' to be Governor County. These three resigned September over the same month Bulldogs In 'one of those ann

mother recently gave birth to a baby when she fainted am the oldesf business. in this ia, that 'I've never been to from the Legislature- to accept the last year Piano was Association reported by of the Chlca National gridiron battles that possess c

f and fell In a'well.. Let's hope that" doesn't give" the' child town have;. :VOld'mills been, abandoned; everything Europe. But so.then{11 a try guy and can't content have appointments.. .' t//. (o. The semi-luxury trade .to alsofeeling these whidt.ao. parts other can possibly football man'fame

;, a "drihka.wawa"complex.,; *i ik I persist myself by getiw" my "Vichy" out DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE: buying the Impetus of Increased,, tore:, '
I power, sales of
r rI, 0- Old ,houses old, hotels of great renown of,a BOTTLED- I' WEEKLY. BUSINESS- REVIEW:. ufacturers having gained candy aer sums percent The fact that the Gators I h

I There would be fewer accidents if every pedestrian didn't FOOTBALL! AND FALL Retail trade was somewhatvdls-- In September over the prevous dropped three in a row Is make not pi
Have their but I, I they
ways the fans
gone .s
month and 14.2
think he Nurmi and every driver consider per cent overSeptember
was a didn't himself still exist; TRAFFIC appointing during the greater partof 1934w to be at,the Fairfield Stadium

r t.,: a Sir Malcolm'Campbell... Upon my Inky pages there appear Do you know what Is the most October according to the na- In crop',regions, farmers were the kick-off at 2:30: o'clock Sa
, dangerous driving period of the tion-wlde business survey conducted Georgiato
0 Thevtory of: this place throughout cashing In on good yields with day.. The fact that
the years. year? The statistical truth is thatwe by'the Department of Com- Alabama last week. first'
The school teachers want to elect a governor who'' will !' are now In that part of the merce. Unseasonably warm weather prices received relative to prices feat,for the Bulldogs this sea

be favorable to their interests. They'll haves time find I told of' youth and war, of girl. year which 1.,most fraught with cut into Fall buying and ,resulted paid rears.running. Cash farm'higher Income than- for in ,five t.be Is 'not, ,mitigating against a
:peril to the motorist and the pedes- In a decline in volume from
= Ing'one who he won't be. who wed. tint hove
says the eight months of the year rose ..
previous week In .
Of rich and alike, of thief trian., many areas.In sh
poor Florida
to $4,020,000.000 I and
from $3,734.000,J If Georgia
-0 I some cities Including New
and The shorter cl
sage days grow Nightfall 000 in the In'their annual
same of meet
3A74 ever
The hew commander of the American Legion told the And how, they lived-though most notorious for Its accident possibilities York declines were shown from while cash Income for'the"entire 84 up, to the time neither
' to "be their haveto of them are dead gradually produce yearly : the same period last year,.but on the chai
: veterans age. That's something you don't the, whole October business has year Is estimated at $8,700,000.000. had won a balsam*,
While I of the 8 and 9 The ; would
ageless am present peaks between p. m. I The that the stadium
warn the Townsendites about. been better than last yafT; farmmachinery and equipment are
. age;, weather is often crisp, bracing I industry predicts sales ef packed,for the battle.
0 Man's, varied acts have always Ideal for driving, and the roads are Wholesale trade has not been $300.000.000 to'$400.000.000: ',for will bring r<
:And Saturday
The,:Pope got mad because Mussolini would not observea been my text. crowded-= :-always an Important element i subject to,the. fluctuations apparent i the, year. 22,000 so morefolkaJackson
What happened long ago, and In accident frequency. A i ,in"retail lines, but has I II The or ever
holiday Italy Haile Selassie probably wouldn't mind if what comes next., number, .of, subtle unobtrusive I shown steady advance. Buying spinning industry is.vived will be agog from Friday relIC

II Duce took a day off in Ethiopia,. either causes contribute? ; The skidding of goods for the holiday trade has : In !September to tU percentyof ",.'.and the climax will be turf
capacity on a shift stadium
sing-to Fairfield
o :Though I am old, In truth ''I still menace of,wet,leaves, roads slip been strong with Indications that I basis, compared with 64.3 cent on Red the andTUack will be the rfavorite "1

In the future meat packers will stun hogs by shocking can say pery'with frost, the early morning sll lines of this: class merchandise la'September last year, with per 2X to win the game, but *
Nothing can, be so nearly up-to- car windows shut In''chilly will surpass the volume of the previous 83.S1S of beatenlntll
before killing them with the sticker; Let's hope that the date; weather with ft consequent failure year by a good margin,. .at' some the 20.SOS.220 time spindlesactive the Ida'win not be and beyond all Wand
during fracas Is over
consumer won't have to pay for the electricity. I, Both yesterdays and morrows' I to use band signals longer working Department of''Commerce reports .month., as the 'athletes w
survey.Of ,-* hours causing greater fatigue from
-o thirty-three-: cities A trade balance of I38.S38.00O In preparations this ** .
ne'er-do-wells and those of when driving after dark, show that considerable Fen
unemployment favor of
If a football team wins a the players carried the United States resulted going about their Job ,
game are I high estate.rI week-end concentration of trafftata Is being absorbed by private from the, foreign trade activity e4eonflden that they will

around on shoulders for two or three days. If the team loses, I lived, because I served, and still particular areas augmented by Industry. These reports also show In September,*;the United States the win, column soon.

the coach usually has to look around for 'a more permanentjob. Shall live. the great crowds driving to football that Federal and State projects) are having sold lias.189,000. of, merchandise --- .
'5 Because: of all I have, to all :I garnet. _Industrial- News Review getting underway" soor rapidly abroad and Imported Queen Victoria bad SA *wr

I give Brlstow Adams. I .with: a consequent decrease la the goods,to the,value.of $111,003.000. dally income of "',211.PAGE .