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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: October 16, 1936
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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REGISTRATION PICKARD SPEAKS WPATOAID HISTORICAL DATA ASSESSMENT ARRESTS ROBERTS TWO HENRY WILLIS




'BRADFORD WERE INTEREST, LAST REPUB4 WEIR AN yAt I BOLL WEEVILERADICATION SUBMITTED OFFICIAL BY IN DIST.RE- ONE COUNTY LANDS, TRAFFIC MOTORISTS OFFICER STILLWARN'S BEFORE DIES OF :

SENATE! NOMIN1y>E PORT HERE ARRESTS


' A. E Pickard, advoc\ttag the : The advisory committee of the $60,513 State Road Patrolman, John L INJURIESAutomobile

CREASES election of H. C. Babcock, itebUb- Historical Records Survey and the Roberts, now making headquartersIn

lean nominee for United Meter I State Advisory Archives Survey Starke, has reported two arrests
Senator from Florida, efalut here met Tuesday at the Woman' Glut In his campaign to curtail reckless
Turns
Ilt7 Voters Qualified 'I Thursday afternoon to i* jtnall' County Agent Predicts to receive the report of the Su 1937 Tax Levy driving on the highways of Brad ,

Nov. 3 crowd. Cotton pervlsor for District No 1. Practically Same ford County. Over Near

Mr Pickard expressed ty-a b llei The data of sixty per cent of th I Patrolman Roberts said that one I Here
Election that Babcock's election 1i\A: \ be AcreageRELIEVES bound volumes of Bradford Coun As 1936ASSESSMENT arrest occurred when the driver of

-- a fine thing for the cltr p> AI due- ty records war'' reported ready tot an automobile Wall found driving I I

IESiDENT GOVERNOR try in Florida. He pleaded fAr the 1937 C R 01 compiling, and! the final reference SCHOOL. recklessly and under the Influenceof I GRAHAM FARMER KILLED

'; IIOLD SPOTLIGHT establishment of the t\fIY\1l\rty WILL EXCEED 1000 ACRES Index. MAINTENANCE LEADS liquor, and the other was the 'I ...- INSTANTLY FRIDAY;
ilKES
system in Florida. driver of a truck loaded with Iron -
i It Is contcnv ated that this index -
I'iff all of Bradford County's 2Ial ,- -/0. Liberally estimating next year'i, be made available< for use al : Tax Assessor N. D. Walnwrlghl pipe which bore no light on the Alex Henry Willis 23-yeur-ot
of Mr and Mr. Albert
IOn WlllUt
\ qualified voter march to the< anticipated acreage of Sea Island the State Library at Tallahassee presented his assessment roll tc load.Roberts

'Ijgi and vote on November 3, they; BRADFORD) cotton, County Agent T. K. Me- and at some designated local doposltory. the County Commissioners at their who rides Bradford, and of Alachua killed and when Apopka the wa car Instantly be 'i

contribute to an all time high Cline yesterday said that It will meeting last week, showing the Union Counties and partly in

/fr jori A In voting to select a peel Needy PersotjaANNOUNCED exceed the 1,000 acre mark In This work Is In the hand of total'assessment of taxes In Bradford Alachua County baa warned many wa Galneivllle-Stark driving overturned highway on abouta the

1:11II.:' a governor and other lease Bradford. He believed that nearer Mrs. Miriam Ktckllter, MUa Lila for next yearto be $60,013.39 driven about Inefficient lights, mile and a half south of here
This Includes taxes aaseso- brakes and driving But only the .IFt"lda7
]
Four hundred houeanIyddiaas < 1,200 acres will be planted. C. Fraser and Ernest Thornquest figure at ,
dkWa. o'clock
ed real estate, personal,, two arrests were made. one
t aa voter The first recordsare against
have qualified real promise of aid When the court house 4
,! election, estab to farmers who are trying to revive completed, the survey will do and railroad and telegraph proper The policy of warning motorist Willis, according to wltnev
was from Starke to tola
returning
stag an all-time record for reg the growing of long staple the same for the Church Record ties.The once before an arrest I* made, i I' .I
iiritions within this state accord cotton In Bradford County and of Bradford County. I tax levy for next year la being carried out by the road po home and after a heavy rain beganto 4

\ to observations of political ONE HUNDRED ANA*: SEVENTY : Florida came last week when Gov. : practically the same as last year,,, fall attempted to turn In at a
1 station beside the
filling
highway
jjlyjts this week following the PERSONS AttJ Dave Sholtz announced in Tallahassee totalling sixty-seven and a hall

at: of state registration books. I I RECEIVING Ail that the Federal govern JACKSONVILLECouple mills in the Starke district, IncludIng lice.LICENSED losing skidded control Into a of ditch hi* machine turning over andIt
the state levy of two and a SLOTSAre
I ment had
!The following qualification by; approved an allotmentOf several times. He was the only
There are more than 1'/o/( iieedy half mill
'/Ktactfl was announced this weel $28,000 to promote the growingof occupant of the automobile witnesses
r( Supervisor of Registration H, I I Individuals In Bradford C
Wall: No. 1 Lawtey 617; No. 2, I the present time,, most 0( floRi Funds will be used to rotate avery estate In this county Is $1.013,029, '

'ash Starke, 734; No. 3, South are being' directly or tndirvrtlV: assisted effective boll weevil eradication 'according to Mr. Walnwrlghfa services' Sunday after

at the Graham Christian Church
;'L Hampton, 183: No. 6, Ther eligible for monthly g f a # t s long staple cotton Is grown, and ., empt under the Homestead Exemption i'
with
Interment In the Santa Fe
IlL 67; No. 7, New River, 93; No through,, the National Socitfj Se Uf- some of the funds will serve to finance Act.
Brooker, 236. ity Act If Florida becomes legal the raising of short staple AND MRS. .R. JOHNS A total of $7,007.78 Is assessedfor Cemetery near Alachua.
able In ] and $7 REFERENDA HELD LEGAL Willis moved to Bradford County ,
ly ito participate tpe)'I pro- cotton. RECEIVED INJURIES school maintenance ,
of the ,
bees for the Presidency four HY STATE HITPREME about three years ago, and had
visions the bonds.
of. Act. FRIDAYRule 631.09 for school Only -
rued State of Florida, and one seat This was revealed in A report about twenty bales of Sea Island districts are bonded and are as COURT In farming.

United States senate, now made public yesterday fcV the cotton at the Worthington Springs Johns, of Jacksonville, his follows: Lawtey, thirteen mills or
i Hit the spotlight of Florida State Board of Social Welter upon gins near Lake Butler, and it was I wife and small child,, received Injuries 2757.83; Starke, six mills or $2- The State Supreme Court Tuesday Beside his parents he la survived
itsfj automobile 56 .19; Hampton, twelve mills or in Tallahassee upheld legalityof by three brothers, John, Victor -
In
Ida at the climax of a political] completion of a State-v \iie survey reported this week that a price of I last Friday an
here.Johns' 11,16282; Brooker. fifteen mills or$1.161S.21. the proposed local option slot and George Willis, of Graham
accident Road 13
which has added surprise tcuprise made to determine the ynberof I six to seven cents In the seed was on near
a broken For school maintenance machine referenda, but said. machines and three ulsters, Mr. Beatrice*
accordingto
persons who are eligible, for I being received while ginned lint nose was
and
[ complexity upon com- sheriff, W. E. Thorn- all districts are assessed at licensed prior to the election Miller, Miami, and Nellie and
assistance deputy
State-Federal
with \'tlIIgt\ was selling at top prices of twen-
.ally since Its last inception June. At, that provisions'> of the National 3Acia1 ty-six to twenty-eight cents a ton, and his wife received a broken ten mills except Theressa, which November 3 must be allowedto Margaret Willis, ot Graham. {
fj primaries Security Act. pound. arm with minor cuts to their Infant Is five mills. operate for the license year vn pallbearers were: R. V. Ford 'I
u Democratic strength in the to officials Johns'car though the county outlaws the devices Frank Steward, Frank Cox Harold
eili polled a new record of 328- The survey was undertake) to While no definite date has been collided According with a machine driven To Execute Six Nobles, Melrose! ;; Frank Hick. ,;
'il fotes In nominating a gover- determine the number of rAOns set for the inauguration of the Orange Heights and Carl Brouga-
S. Scallse also of Jacksonvillewhen Bradford County's Board of
a from a field of fourteen en- In three, categories of neyA..the eradication project, County Agent by Setting a record for signing ton, Graham.
91*. blind)! the aged, and deb t1Qel1t McClane believes that It will com- the latter attempted to passa death warrants, Gov. Dave Sholt Commissioners have called a local '
line of automobiles headed toward option election when the slot ma- DeWitt C. Jones, funeral directors
bndon Delegate In Field ;children ,The report e' llIM.ted mence about April 1, 1937. He last Saturday In Tallahassee signed
of the ar-
In
Jacksonville. Johns drove chine Issue will be placed before were charge
that there are 122 men and ""otnea explained that the project in all six for men whom the Pardon '
ftwgh! President Roosevelt re- toward Starke when the automo- the voter after a petition bearing rangement.
In this! county over the age M/ six probability will be carried on with Board refused to commute sentences -
tent 242,906 vote In the pref- bile driven by Scallse made an at- 722 names of qualified voter were i ----+
ty-five: who are eligible to Deceive Federal labor and the government to life in prison. Four men-
Mil vote of June 2, seven re- to 'AtM*Jacksonville presented them, by Supervisor of
tempt
pass i"
assistance, on .a scale of .J Aijly\ will buy or help purchase the poison one negro and three white-will be I
caDdl.date..fp presidesisl .- bound vehicles he threw on his Registration Harold C. Wall. JUSTICEPeace
payments ranging from (9 to $30 and syrup to mix the disinfec- executed the week of Oct. 19, and
vectors who! would vote tot brakes and failed to reach the ex-
the
a, month, according to Inll"II.I1&1needs. | \ tant. one white and one negro will walk If a county votes against
-udon.are grimly opposing seven treme left aide of the highway be- D. machines the court held, licenses
26. L. ,
chair Oct.
The report estimate\ .pat Lex Green who has to the death Districts "
i taocratic candidates whose votes Congressman could be t
fore the Johns' car stop- lattera cannot be Issued by the State
ft the and Lee Clark, the
IIIId re-election of there: are six blind person ) fought for the advancement of Sea Padgett
for the
go who eligible for ae9fet- ped.The negro, are convicted for killinI'their comptroller and county tax collec-
county are Island! cotton for four believes -
,
-"elt. In the race for Florid years case was settled out of
tor for operation of the machines
01Jteisod ince on the same basis as tP" atsd( that each county will possibly wives last year, and were REVISEDCONSOLIDATION
E. E. Calloway courts.
governor,
in another license
saved 9 thirteen minutes be- year.
and Fred P. Cone of and that there are forty-nin.4 fl\tI1- receive about $1,000 each. Sept.
lies with dependent children: 'Do, -. fore time for their execution by a The new license year started October -
ate .
City carry the respective because they have been d\flrlve ----- CCC Enrollment last minute stay. This Is the first 1, and the comptroller's office -

utters, for the Republican and I of adequate parental support, ,.1'1 Rally Postponed time in the history of the State has approved permit for OF SEVERAL -

fnocratic' parties. eligible to receive monthly 1'1I\W- I I The Democratic Rally scheduled Twenty-two white boys were Prison Farm at Raiford that six about 9500 licenses to be Issued by DISTRICTS ARIANNOUNCI ':
!Claude Pepper, Tallahassee sent to northern CCC Camps this 'sentenced to die withina tax collectors. D ,
ances ranging up to $18 a tIt J\l\tb. I I sere for Monday night has been men were county
!wocrat unopposed in his politi- was pointed out by off 1 I 114 I of I! Indefinitely postponed. It Is expected week from Bradford County, Mrs.Edward period of fourteen days. The Supreme Court acted in a
'since, Judge C. O. Andrews and Burns of the local Social where The two justice of districts i
the State Welfare Board ti *t Pe- however, that Fred Cone, C. case from Wakulla County, peace .
'''ward C Babcock. though fellow Tore these needy IndivlduA t9.tJ I I 0. Andrews and R. A. Green will Welfare Department announced Pardon Board ReportsThe the board of commissioners refused in Bradford County were revised] n
"amen of Orlando, are waging Twenty-nine were en- as follows by the Board of County ,
yesterday. local election.
receive assistance, an ame \" cato speak here before the election to call a option R
xlgorous battle from their places constitution of Florid iuat next month. listed, but seven were disqualifieddue Pardon Board announced The court divided four-two In Commissioners meeting last week: .
the
opposing party tickets for the ratified by the voters jA the .- to varied disabilities. Tuesday It had granted ninety- deciding the case Justices Ellis District One to be composed of .!
Be
aIDing Florida seat in the Unit General Election, November 3, In Teachers Get Raise eight paroles, seventeencondition- and Buford asserted the proposed Precinct No. 1, Lawtey, No. 2. 1

to
order empower
Republican candidates challenge sentences and restored citizenshipto District No. 8 to be of ,
money for t\t purpose I A minimum wage of $73 monthly Constitution.With composed
!ocratio nominees for congress: to appropriate matching Federal tubes has been awarded teachers of the request of Mrs. N. D. twenty-three persons previously the Interpretation the licenses Precinct 4, Graham, No. 5, Hampton -

Hwdln Peterson, Democrat of of to Florida for public: ee- the county by the Board of Education Wainwright. the City' Councilof pardoned In its Sept. 15 meeting. cannot be revoked and can- ; No. 6, Theressa; No. 7, New

"First District Is opposed by B. granted : it was announced this week. Starke agreed to compensate 1.054 pleas were denied out of the celed during the year for which River; No., 8, Brooker 'I

Hamner. J. Mark Wilcox, jistance purposes.The This represents an Increase of ten workmen for cleaning up the City 1,200 appeals presented to the they are Issued, the court's major- I At the present time there la no "

':"rtli District Democrat Is faced Old Age Assistance I'to.to, per cent, Supt. A. J. GrUfls said. park here. Board. ity opinion said the law "Is not an Justice/ of peace in District One, '
!Thomas E. Swanson, Republi- gram which begins paym tos .. of to of ha
I unlawful delegation power .. but O. W. Durham, Lawtey
*. In the Fifth District, Joe II.non- aged In the State this JAQtth the electors of a county since the qualified and will be voted on In


'"against C. F. Batchelder, Re- : seventy in Bradford County wtt f tft ftuu a '' the licensing of the machines when Jonathan Dukes, of Brooker, \
and
.l
wan candidate. Democratic'eEidatea I temporary program the required vote I* cast" DOW justice of peace In District '

''* for major offices In- next July,State it was is explained authorized\,: ,tjA-t>y Scientists, Can Pull Boners, Too Lawyers attacking the proposed Eight, failed to qualify for the
J Congressmen A. Green less the
R.
Ajfte id- I election said they probably would November election T M. Hodge ,
Hillard'' Caldwell are unop- passage of the Security file no further proceeding, accepting has qualified a* a candidate for "
l ment, to appropriate funds tor I" (By H. E LAGERGREN) department In Washington sent a ;on another several mile. away. the the courts holding as final. constable: In this district.
public assistance, Florida t Ant)0t Until some time ago much was few young scientist to Florida to signal could not be seen. A couple --. .

LAUVER continue this present progrftji. I said In the papers about "Peltier's study the cypress tree. On OcK- of assistants were sent to fix it,, ', '
Provisions of the National\ o..l comet." It was rapidly nearingthe ;lawaha river they cut a numberof as It was thought It had blown Bird Shooters Arrested BROWN NEW CITYATTORNEY

PARDONEDSERVING dial Security Act enable tll"I-I earth and was only sixteen millions the trees and made the logs Intoa down. But It was found to be all Lucian Thomas, formerly ol

eral states to receive of miles away. But of late raft, without the usual precaution right. The chief stamped] and Starke but now living In Jacksonville -

10 YEARS funds on the basis of aAlAubts: nothing more has been said aboutIt. of having pine logs for the swore, accusing his assistants of and Frank Bryan, of Jacksonville DR. MIDDLETON APPOINTED

FROM BRADFORD equal to those which the to\es Why bottom course. They were to take not having the Instruments In good ; were arrested this weekIn CITYY HEALTH I

COUNTY spend for old age and blind lalla"t-I" I Simply this: the comet had lost the raft to Jacksonville,.where'the .shape, and ordered the tubes to be that city by N. D. Wainwright, OFFICIAL

ance, and in amounts equal ': its tall-been de-tailed so to speak. logs would be dissected and their taken apart and cleaned. In try- Jr., of the game conservation department "

[| nditlonal pardon for Paul third for aid to mothers Gl Dependent Now, a comet without a tall Is no In'ards' thoroughly studied 'They ing again, no better result wa had They were arrested for Marcus F. Brown prominent ,

ST ire,, serving a ten year sen- children.Approximately. comet at all. While a guinea pig floated down the* 'St.. Johns right "Someone) is playing a trick on, hooting quail out of season upon lawyer, wa appointed Tuesday 9 t

'lilt from this county for his part $2.500,000 **u\i II- does very well without a tall peacocks merrily until they bad come ten us!" stormed the Irascible scientist, affidavit sworn out by a landowner night by the city council a* attorney t.

attempted filling station In Florida \f the and comets depend on their miles or so to the north of Green and he sent a man back to guardthe on whose property they were of Starke for the ensuing year. '

kn7bere In IB31.was announc- ally will be spent for this j/,res. caudal appendages for their standing Cove, when the raft suddenly sank signal, while he wondered whyIt shooting. Thomas and Bryan were Brown succeed T. Frank Lan- J t

C week by the State Board Federal government program If tl C Security !, In the world; If a possum lost to the bottom. Why it should thus could] not be seen. attempting to raise $100 bond each drum, elected recently In the municipal ;i

rrlrrinna, I fold assistance Is passes; a bd his tad he would die from Insom- sink was a mystery. An old farmer With the party was a slouchy Thursday morning. election as mayor of Starke.
Amendment
!* er, with a confederate Wal- : appropriate, efficient nia a bob-tailed dog is unable to told them It was because the boy, doing the chores when not i Dr. W. E. Middleton who served

i mow, held up A. L. Kahr at I IIIJUng If the Legislature funds to enable to p"ftKi- walk; a log across a creek, and a green cypress logs, already sat- asleep.? But he had always lived FeederJay Monday the municipality for several term
station south of ,with to begin with be- and had found that as mayor, was appointed City
Just of the SetjUrhy' cat without her tall would alwaysbe urated sap near the sea, Bradford County livestock owners -
n4 this phase
but were pate in to float after having could not be seen Health Officer filling the vacancy
heavy
frightened away out. misunderstood, as the append- came too the hulls of ships reminded of the "Feeder
finding Act, it was pointed Imbibed river water, and had though the are occurred In the death of the late
IJJ any by when miles ,
money flnanc age
Day"
such a program had
Pair, i By was Dr. E. L. Biggs. The place
with this suggestion
But visible.
com- sink.
some women State-Federal funds, the ccVjfctM scientists who had watchedthe to masts were plainly Florida Livestock Auction Market I been vacant since.Walnicright.
r were later arrested in *tAiy had only scorned as being unscientific. ah, fellers."' he next ,
L"vuie would be relieved of approxlJ: comet admit that it of their "Looky by you In Gainesville Monday : --.. --
and confessed to hold- cent of their j rU- been feebly visible ever since Its While studying a map drawled sleepily: "I've a Idee. .October 19. It I. hoped to bring,
f"P om* orange buyers on the eighty-two per route, one of them found the ex, hit enough be because I AppointedN.
of caring for the 11111'.1 and they begin to wonder Don't you reckln I the cattle buyer and the cattle
debut,
fsj: .din" road and robbing them ent burden and dependent chitdreD If It really was a comet after all. planation, plain a* day and up to the bulge of the water 'twixt seller together on this day and D. Wainwright Jr.. prominent
the aged, it this:
he said. 'l have had specks before scientific standard. was hyah and that stob you're lookln'at start a feeder cattle movement member of the American Legion -

iii board also announced a paLUclulI officials ... I, They their may eyes caused by bUliousI -, Cypress logs will float anywhere lati- hides It? Mabbe if you had It that will grow and benefit the In- has just received notificationof !
Cottle, serv- accidentGus below thirty degrees of north could see It?" his Veteran
t negro I the same sort of up higher you dustry. appointment as
or
IIChteve year sentence for man- Packham Opens ness destroyed Toblah's eyesight may tude, but no farther north. The This suggestion nearly stunnedthe ,, County Chairman by the Democratic '

[f from this county. Cottle Herbert Packham contrl\1\1t II have happened to a lense of the telescope raft sank when opposite Magnolia thirtieth chief. But It wouldn't do to Chapman Speak National Campaign Com

kwim Wiams to the knife "laying of to Starke'a Industrial growth )1b- making things appear that Springs, just where the let the boy know that he was right Lex Green and mittee. Wainwright will organize ,

see another negro In them I Oct. 12, when he opeged a I did not exist. They eagerly scan parallel crosses! so h. glared at him through his Congressman L. F. of veterans In each county
/ter* at Sampson City In day sbtyfl\ I re-tailed comet, When Flagler' seagoing railroad the Superintendent Chapman precinct In an attempt to get the) "
to
up-to-date paint heavens for a owl-like and sent him
the
modern specs at
Prison Farm, spoke
State
? Both men were said to between, the theses, was lined out from one key the vote out on November 3.
k bee n drinking when the 'argue the Anderson building Station IlIdStern' but In vain and the abstruse to another toward Key West, the other end of the !Island to gather a mass meeting Tuesday night of -.. ..--- ..-- -- -.?
-rted New Deal Service trying to explain phenomenon engaged For tear that the Union County citizens In the new
the Galn .Vtte thick and fast between beat engineers obtainable were donax for soup. To Attend Agent Meet
on
Garage are flying I court house at Lake) Butler In ob-
of the If
of
-- fAtner< The chief one would give the thing away
Packham a learned societies. boy T. K. McClane will
highway. the servance of the "Human Security County Agent ,
? Green Speaks graduate of the Bradford Ctyoty Scientists make ridiculous mis-I surveying parties was noted a professor university he saw that his suggestion was Week' designated Oct 11-17 by attend the annual meeting of the

Pwsman! Lex Green with High School announces that Rte> \A' takes at times. We will of engineering In been a "loaned to adopted, he was transferred elsewhere Gov. Dave Sholta. A large crowd county agents next week In Gtlne- ,

'\i eppel". Democratic Sena- modern equipment to do all fcW4 couple: of examples, because they, who had Once while sighting! "A little knowledge Is a of Bradford and: Union Cuuntlans) vii Ie beginning Oct. 19 through fct.

were principal of paint work seat covering,AtAp happened In Florida. I lilt Flagler. thing. attended. ) 23.V .
erected) dangerous
and a signal
to
Dixie and body from one key
W V..a rally making Many years ago the agriculture,
7 Cry
afternoon. at City. straightening. I



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9 BRADFORD COUNTY TEiP ORAPH. STARKg. FLORIDA FRIDAY OCTOBER 18 1
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GRAHAM Rhone
VANDERBILT ZIFF I is .,
HAMPTON I of Its hotels with the aid of the ) re"
{ Mis* .!. Mae Lewi Corre.... Mm. A. J. Yarbrouifh, Cor. Mlu A.. NI.... Cerreq.dert. (Mina Delori Bloodsworth, Cor.) Government by appropna.tlODB.I Q
Ing, tn
Purvis Lewis of Jacksonville, Funeral services were held Sunday The Danish war department has certain parts a v. '"

Mr and Mrs. P. B. Johns and Miss Myrtles Hall has gone to Mr and Mrs. Andrew Barber, was visiting; his parents, Mr. and afternoon at 3 o'clock at the banned military bands. forty miles an hour '

children were visiting Mr. and Mrs. Tampa where she will be the guestof Mrs. Ellen Barber and son Bobby, Mrs. J.: W. Lewis. recently. Christian Church for Alex Willis ELECTIONS

Carl Hilliard and children, Sun- her sister, Miss Clemmie Hall and little Louise Dell Ross of Mabry Mann and daughters. 22, who was killed in an automo- NOTICE'] Or NOTICE) or ELECTION

for several months. I Jacksonville spent the week-end Donnie and Reava and Willie Mel- I bile accident Friday. Rev. Daughtery Issued WHEREAS by the, Writ Governor of Election of FloridaIn are 1135 WHEREAS under the Leglslu

dayLouts Rhoden and son Harold, The Rev. Stanley and family of with Mr. and Mrs F. M. Norman.Mr. ton of Fairbanks, spent last Sun- of Hampton, conducted the accordance with Section 457 of ot the State the of Florida ConetltntL: n q
the Complied General LAW of Flor- ,
of and Mrs. T. W. Loyless of I" t
were visitors to his sister's, Mrs High Springs, were the guests day here with Mr. and Mrs. Lon- services. ida (Section 893 of the Revised General moentsRtootheoConstltutlmg: I, ,.
the Rev. Guy and family last Sun- Jacksonville, spent last Tuesdaywith nie Mann. Statute of Florida) and pursuant Florilla. .(
W. Wednesday.
B. Kersey to Article XVII of th* Amendment a.nd .. ..
her parents Mr. and Mrs. J. agreed. to by ofethre
Card of Thanks a Vote
Charney Yarbrough. Rudolph day.J. Mr. and Mrs Colman Padgett to the Constitution of the ot all the member rlf I

ChUtm and Robert Crawford, were P. Summers was called to the M. Manning.: : and daughter, Myrtle spent last We wish to thank each and ev- Unled! States, announcing vacanciesIn house; that the votes elected t" ",
the offices of the United StatenSenator on laid ,
q visiting Mrs. N. M. Bradley, Satur- bedside of his mother who is very Mr. and :Mrs. D. N. Denmarkand Sunday near Brooker with Mr. and I ery one who was so kind and occasioned by the death of respective Resolutlone Journals were entered apt?" r"h

III at Providence.L. little son D. N. Denmark Jr., to the Honorable Park Trammell and Honorable wlhh ,
day night. Mrs. Resale Carlton. sympathetic us during; : nd Y'!!
to mini th.
Duncan U. Fletcher and desIgnating ands direct ) !
Edwards and Mrs
Mrs. E. D. Johns was visiting: A. Johns was notified this Miss Beulah Mrs. Elma Stokes and little death of our dear son and brother.We the first Tuesday after the that thdld II!

:Mrs. W. R. Kersey Thursday.Mrs. week that his brother, Rule Johns Mandy Silcox of Starke spent Sat- daughters and A. Z. Padgett of also wish to thank you for the first Monday In November. A. D. the elector.of the, ate at ' 1936, the time for holding elec- M. -
a an
M.
Gladys Carter spent the and wife, of Jacksonville while en urday with Mr. and Mrs F. Commey, returned to their home beautiful floral offerings which tion to fill said vacancies., and NOW Election THEREFORE In November? ? l!iii?* '

week-end with her parents. route from Jacksonville to Starke, I Norman.We Saturday after spending two weeks were WHEREAS the Governor ha. delivered Secretary of State of, \sin.':
the
such Writ of ,
to hear that given.Mr. Election to
We are all glad of the rain were at Dr. Herlong'a office, suf- are very glad here with Mr. and Mrs. J. W. and Mrs. I* C. Willis the Secretary of State Florida, do hereby five not I ,. ", :,

that we have received. fering from wounds received In an Jim Manning is rapidly recover- Padgett and Mr. and Mrs. Blrt THEREFORE. Notice I. hereby GEVERAL! ELECTION
o- wreck. We ing from an operation which was and Family. Driven that an election to fill the will be held ln ..ach "ounl ', FI I
automobile are gladto Stokes. vacancies In the office of United Ida on Tuesday next succeed
;
Babcock for Senate learn that they are better and performed last week.RISING. and State Senator for the unexplred fleet Monday In November A n I
Mr. and Mrs J. W. Lewis
I "'" Mrs. Delmar McKinzie of Jacksonville the Bald Tuesday being
their home ----- term of Honorable Park Trammell. thefor
able to return to
son Johnnie and daughter Lula her deceased and for the unexplred term TtheR ""'I' OF \ :
was visiting parents
J ; ,
1 t d J. G. Lamoreaux who holds a visitors in of Honorable Duncan U. Fletcher, ratification or rejen
business ,
Mae were
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. last the said Joint R".olutlon'n
ft 1 Y t Lewis Surrency, deceased will be held. on Tuesday,
I ,Mrs yq position at Ralford spent the Mite Edna CorrespondentMr. Starke Tuesday. week. November 8, 1938 In all of the ngj amendment to 'he" 'I't'

week-end with his family. Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Thomas counties and election precinct in of the State of Florida I.
and Mrs, R. M. Crosby and the State of FloridaIN A JOINT
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Crews of RESOLt Tu .
The Rev. A. J. Travlce of Lake last at Fairbankswith
spent Sunday TESTIMONY WHEREOF,
children Melva, Dorothy and Neal Proposing to Amend
Butler will preach at the Christian Mrs. E. Howard.B. Lake Butler, were visiting her I have hereunto set my Article XIII of the Conk' .f
t l.1 Miss Vera Lee Lewis spent the mother Mrs. Lizzie Sun- hand and caused the Great .t 'II' ,
Murrheo the
State of
;
; Church, next Sunday morning and week-end In Jacksonville visiting F. Hazen of Brooker, was in Seal of the State of Flor.ida Provision for Florida the Hi n,. j g
day. Aged ,
evening. our section Monday. to be affixed at Tallahassee and Unfortunate t

I )t relatives. and Mias Annie Cox, of Melrose, at- the Capital, thin Be It .
-------- G. W. Rivers of Graham the Fifth day of Septem- Resolved l\r The Lealsta.
Florida's duck-hunting season Miss Elna Conner of Gum Dave Shaw, of LaCrosse were In tended the funeral of Alex Willis. (SEAL) r'eAHu D. One ;Thousand of The State of Florida,
Branch, spent Sunday with Miss ; and Thirtysix ,
November 28 and end section afternoon.The Sunday. Constitution3oof r
will open Edna Lewis.. our Wednesday and of tie Independence the the Rtoh, Fif
1 December 25. rain that fell here for the of the United State Ida. relating; to ProvlMci J 1

Mr. and Mrs. Effrage Campbelland last three days of last week were tor to Jacksonville last Tuesday. the ty-flrat One Tear.Hundred and Six- and Aged the Infirm same and u herebj Unfor' 'uiiatu amend

es a v children of Jacksonville, spent appreciated and therefore many of Harold Prevatt was visiting B. R. A. GRAY and a* amended la agre.d,

tt l Sunday as dinner guests with Mr. the farmers of this section are L. Lee, Jr., Sunday afternoon. '-25-5t-10-23 Secretary of Slat. hall the State be submitted of Florida to at the :>1 lcton!

F-4. 1 and Mrs. Bert Shaw. busy planting gardens and setting Remember services at Bethel ev- eral election to be held the,uh, j x*dt

Miss Doris Mott. of Brooker strawberries. ery Sunday night. Everybody wel- OTIfn OF APPLICATION Tuesday after the first Me.:"dav
FOR TAX I>KEI> ratlfl.
spent Sautrday night with Miss The revival meeting that beganat come. (Senate lllll No. IfI3) rejection;; said6'Sectl if atliM\r;:I

B* Sure They Properly Irene Lewis. Dedan Church the fourth Sun NOTICE 1M HEREBY GIVEN, XIII a* amended shall rnt, 1 ?
1 OHDKn OF PI'BLICATIOMOTI ANn that W. P. Smith holder of Tax Certificate lows:
; Cleanse the Blood Mr and Mrs. :Martin Oliver, of day in September closed Wednes !> <'K 10 APPI. AR. No. 143, Issued the 5th day "Section S. The resp ,
day night was a very successful THE STATK OF FLORIDA: to. n. of September A. U 1032. has filed ties of the State shall 'd.
YOUR kidneys, comlanlly filter Plant City, spent Thursday as P. KItchin and Mrs: R, P.: Kitchln 1 same. In my .fflce and has made application manner prescribed by fan r, n
.. matter from the bloojttxam. guests of Mr. and Mrs. Leon Con- meeting. It was under supervisionof his wife each of R. F. D. No.2. for a tax. : deed to be Issued of the Inhabitant who lij ''dir"tI '

But kidneys tometimet lag in ner. the Rev. Newton and the Rev.C. Box: 65, Three Springs, PennsylvaORHETINOS thereon. Said certificate embrace. age. Infirmity or mlsfori, M r

their work-do not act a. nature In. W. E. Lewis of Plant City spent A. Crosby of Brooker. nla: Take notice that a the the following County of described Bradford property, State: of In have pathy claim of society upon; provided the aid Ind.'

.nd.cI--f"iI to remove impuntiai that last week visiting rte mother and Don't forget Sunday school at Bill of Complaint hall been. filed In Florida to-wit: the Legislature may L! gi< i w",II I
pouts the tytttm when retained. afternoon Circuit Court of Bradford County South-Went Quarter of NorthWest provide for a uniform, 1tll:
Then you may suffer nagging backache other relatives. I Dedan Church every Sunday "Florida In Chancery against you Quarter of Section 16, system for such benefit, d UM\

diiimM, scanty or too frequent Mr. and Mrs Martin Oliver returned -I at 2:30: o'clock. Everybodyis and each of you. In that certain. Township 7 South Range. 21 prlate money thereto. ,U'i .
cause therein pending; wherein The East, and containing 40 acre general law shall ,
I pri 1)1)
invited to attend. "
u.in.llon.gelling' up at night, pulfinm to their home at Plant City Federal Land Bank of Columbia Is more or less. to any person who ihul
HOWARD BABCOCK under the; eyes feel nervous, miierabl Sunday after pending a few weeks Plaintiff and you and each of you The assessment of the said property been a resident of tin '<< p p
I _all upscLPon't BETHELMrs. and also Fred J. Patten and FannleK under the said certificate issued ,- Ida for a period of ftttnuously .
fop U.S. SENATE- dtlay? Use Doan'a PHI*. visiting relatives and friends. Patter his wife, J. M. Yant and was In the naine of W. M. Parker next preceedl i>
Will and Emory Lewis spent Ralph Guliey. CorrespondentMr. Stella. Yantm his wife, .and Federal cation therefor, nor al li:, ''
Doan't are especially poorly functioning Farm Mortgage Unless said certificate shall be redeemed eral law ''
Assure Corporation are defendants provide for b ,
C2ant vole for a leader. I
your Brooker :Mr. and
1-idneyi. They era recommended Friday in visiting and Mrs Zenas Griffis and case No. 637, to rorecloseplaintiff's I according: to law the property person solely on accoui
a b..ln..lIk. rpprpNi'iitiiUonmt J by grateful users the country Mrs. Newon Mott. mortgage as. a first.. and described therein will be sold to has. not attained the IK
iinhliiKton.Vork for priio- I over. Gel them from druggist.r Mr. and Mrs. Willie Green were prior lien superior to the title. Interest the highest bidder at the courthouse five year; Provided, '
had state and Individual rights.' r any -- guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph and lien of each of defendants dour on the first Monday In where by any law of
A 100 per cent crop of 851 on the following I denerlhedproperty I the month of November 11)38 which States, a lesser or dlft. ,,
Gtuirunti-B you r future, tote, for lambs flock of Gainey, Sunday. In Bradford. County Florida la the End day of November, 1936. of residence. age or cltlxt
II. C. H4BCOLKRepublican : was produced by a Mr. and Mrs F. R. Coleman and to-wit: NWVi of NWH and Hated this 16th day of :September:,! be fixed In order. foi, 'h 'iii
C'uiKlidiite for Senate. 831 ewes owned by F. F. Grlssett HWy of NWVt and NWV4 of SWV.of 1916.OFFICIAL. Florida to participate "n;
1 Roswell N. M. children were visiting E. E. Lee Hoc 5, Tp. 6 South, Range 23 ( SEAL) era! grants that might' b< d.'
(Pd. Political Adv.) and family last Sunday.R. Lust. ale, commencing at Northeast. A. J. 'THOMAS I such purposes the I.eKt'trprescribe
coiner of SWV4 of N", '4 of said dectlon Clerk of Circuit Court Much requluncltleenshlp u
L. Lee and family and Mrs. Township and Range and run of Bradford County, Florida. age and resldt. ?
Eugene Lee were visiting their Went 210 feet South 1820 feet. Rust 9-18-51-10-16 be consistent with and
210 feet, thence North 1320 feet to fllct with such Federal 1 I v,
aunt Miss Tildu Lee, Sunday. point of beginning, together withthe I NOTHM OF AFPMCVrlOV Approved June 4, 190'A

Mrs. Eugene Lee was visiting tenement, heiedltaments, anlal'I.rt..n..nre. FOR'1'1x DEED
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Sutton Sun- .. thereto. belonging; (Senate Hill ISo. llil
r vt THEREFORE, and each of JOINT RESOLt'Ttm
you you NOTICE IS HER: BY OIVE.V. That
day afternoon. are hereby required to appear to O. H. Clark holder of 1-3 of Tax: Proposing. an Amendment \i(
R_ Mr. and Mrs Robert Sutton are said HIM of Complaint. so filed Certificate No. 202 Issued the 8th VIII of the Constitute if ]
against' you at the office of the day of August A. D. 1928 ha. filed State of Florida Kelatl! "'
announcing the arrival of a baby Cleric of said Court at the. county same In my office and hall made and Counties.

boy October 9. courthouse In Starke. Bradford. application for a tax: deed. to be Issued Be It Resolved fly The I.enUIn
County Florida, on November 2nd
-
thereon. Said certificate
Miss Thelma Prevatt was visit 19:111.:i otherwise the allegation of the following described embraces ., The Stele of .'Iorlda'That I

ing Mrs. Ralph Gainey last Sat- said bill of complaint will be taken In the County of property the following Amendmeii
Article VIII of the
as confessed by you. Bradford of Constituting
State Florida to-wit
night and Sunday. the State of Florida relatlyi, to!
urday County Telegraph a duly qualifiednewspaper Lot 3 Block 2 PInehuret Development
Eugene Lee was a business vlsl- published In said county, Section 21 Township 8 South fee and counties to be numb,
Section 10 of said Article t'it )
I III hereby designated as the newspaper Range 22 East
In which thin notice shall bepublished The assessment of the said property and the same Is hereby aKr" '
and shall be submitted to. the
once each week for four
under the said certificate Issued -
torn of the State at the
consecutive week Thin September30th r.eif
was In the name of Unknown.
Election to be held theTuesday (
193S on
.'., Unless said certificate shall be redeemed after the first Mends.
A. J. THOMAS j
according I to law, the
'. *,, rc '. It Clerk of Circuit Courtof described therein I will be property sold November A. D. 1936, tor ratlfli i
,' iil'ill Bradford County, Florida. or rejection to.wit''
''Ii to the highest bidder at the courthouse
f ,, ,. KNIOHT & KNIGHT door on the first Monday In Section 10. The Leglslatun
j Starke, Flu.Attorneys have power to establish alt*'
the month of November, 1938 which
!; : for Plaintiff. I. the 2nd day of November' 1938 abolish a Municipal Lorrmrutlc'
t I = (OFFICIAL SEAL) Hated this. 23rd day :of September, be known as the City of Key \
10-2-51-10-30
I '9 >i" 1936. extending territorially throes.
(OFFICIAL SEAL) the present limit of Monroe I j jty
1IHCIir ( Ol'IIT IV AM FOR.OU".OHII A. J. THOMAS. in the place of any or ul1' ,
(' IV' ('II.'N(',,:,,V. Bradford County, Florida. ernments, boards bodlet mil
FM HOLEJACKSONVILLE MABEL MARSHALL! -2S-5t-10-23 cern, constitutional or San II,
Complainant legislative, executive, judicial ,
VH. DIVORCE mlnlstratlve, and shall pref /Fix)
ROBERT B' MARSHALL, NOTICE jurisdiction powers, dut:.
Defendant Notice Is hereby given that T. Mrs. function of such municipal a
leur CH EW ({J) ILIE1r1937 OItl KH OF Pl'IIIJ17'ION Reata Blown, a* guardian of Cor atinn. Its legislative, exetitlulclal ,.'
VOIKK TO API''': \It. delia Brown and W. A Ilrown J.. and administrate '!.
CHARLIE GRINER, _,.f. To Robert H. Marshall, whose rea- minors, will on the 17th day of October menu and It. boards, bodltu ..nfleers
Idenre In unknown: A. I>. 1938 apply to the Honorable ; to divide the terrlti" n
YOUR taJivlJ.J. comfort anj. anUrtalniMnt, It I I. hereby. ordered that you are E K Ferryman, County eluded In such municipality ''ntnl
It a sultv ol' <... Isipartinca. "> del ..od...., required I to appear on November Judge of Bradford County Florida ordinate districts I and to prosiin
".-_0/, hois<-lilia sol.l loulid. si tn. kael ... 2nd.AD. 191tf before the above entitled for authority to sell at private sale Just and ,f''if
.......10.. liloevllla.. Every room wild Court to the Bill of Complaint the one-ninth undivided Interest belonging tlon for such municipality. and]
filed against you In the above entitled I to each of above named trick, and to fix the llabllltvf.
:J1t Cwt..eur tub ..J. .100.', tell w.!.'. il... .*.!, mime; on September 8nth. 19.1A: minor In and to Lob 1 and 2 of such ; municipality .and dim 4
C radio. and. ...1..1.l .......", .bed. with HMMT- and the Bradford 'ounty Telegraph Block 18, Livingston Tt 'by C'om- Bonded and other lndehteane-,
(print sMttran and. ......Id... r..Jinf. la_pt. Is hereby designated a* the duly pany' Addition to Town of Staike. sting at the time of the ftui..
qualified. newspaper In which this I Florida Wlj of NEVi: of Sec 28, ment of such municipality >huj
All CONDITIONED Order shall be published once IL Twp. 8 8 H. 22 East In Bradford enforceable only against l pit>[
COCKTAIL LOUNGE COMEI SHOP week for tour consecutive weeks County Florida. theretofore taxable theref

RafcH-SiejIa "..... "lK Witness my hand and this. seal of Mrs. Keatu Brown, Guardian. Legislature shall from time to I
this Court at Starke Florida, thin30th 923411016NOTICH determine what portion of Bald,
Room 1300 tC ROOM S3.JO ., day of September A. D. 1936 nlclpallty la a rural area ait
]ROOM $300 S4ReemS330I ( SI homestead In such rural area
Snwh __ .... ...*... !.. S40O UF'FICA..t. THOMAS! OF ELECTION not be limited as If In a cIt I 1
I Wes Mow hi ........ A. Clerk of the Circuit Court To the Sheriff of Bradford County.of town. Such municipality may
Bradford County, Florida. the State of Florida: else all the of a mnnU
Olt.r I I POUND M.I.I. FLOYD GREEN Be It Known That I, R. A. dray corporation and powers.hall also In M
Mont rAiriM V MOIII oitotoCfc Starke, Florida secretary of the State. of Florida, do nl.ed a* one of the legal poll
a rs. ?.,.. s..Me O*. Atty for Plaintiff. hereby give notice that a divisions of the Stale with the t
10-2-5t-ia-3 GENERAL ELECTION and obligation of a county I
Will be held In Bradford County hall be entitled. to all the r>"'
State of Florldn. on Tuesday next rights and privileges Inrludlnirresentatlon
.. 1 I succeeding the first Monday In November In the State I.egi"!
/ A. D. 1938. the said Tuesday which would .accrue to It If it
t I 1 being theThird a county. All property of N']
Day .f Novemher munlclpulir,
County and of the
r For United States Senator from the aid county shall vest In iiirhi
State of Florida for the 2 year nlclpal corporation when >"'nlj'
unexplred. term of Duncan U. ed a* herein provided, The Jffi'J,
Fletcher deceased.For she Clerk of the Circuit Tourj
United States Senator from the Sheriff shall not be ab ., H State of Florida, for the 4 year premrIM]
the Legislature
: may
unexplred. term of Park Tram- time and the methn.1
r *1 mell. deceased' h.c'c\: :: offices shall *< J
For..ven (7) Presldentlals Elector. and the compensation. to \n< PI
For One
Representative of the Sec- vest "
f such officers and may
t r vlt 9)) ond Congressional. District of additional and dm ',. .
powers
the State of Florida In the Sev county office shall be aboh!' !'
]
t Congress... of the United consolidated anoint '

For Governor States. of the State of Flor ', without making with provlslor iliUl'1' ','

ida. I or performance hereafter prescribed of all State b> 1 lee, Jperformed

: __ i For Hecreiarv of State of the Stateof I by such count) '':'
Florida. Nothing; contained herelr I II "[",
: For Attorney General
of the Stateof
I" I
d feet Section 20 of Article
a __ r.v di die'Ea Florida.For I Fl
P4s Constitution of the State > I
N. t'rA Comptroller of the State of I provision. '
.16.'f such
+ y /1.no. except a. to
uT @Rg Florida. tn_ II'''
relate to regulating
I as
J < For ida.Treasurer of the State of Flor- time and duties of any -I"" ) .

For I care to summoning; and impel
; Superintendent of Public Instruction grand and petit juries, v"
of the State
cY t For Commissioner of Agriculture of Florida.of and collecting taxes. for un''.
:fitcompensation
pose and to '
the State of Florida. I r"'f"latlntr >lt '
For Two Justice of th. Supreme 'law authorising' the co .tlt''ni "

For Court.One Railroad I I abolishing of such Bunt IP'1' ']
Commissioner of
P pnratlon pursuant tu tni -1
EXTRA PIGS the State of Florida )
For State. Senator for Fifteenth Senatorial shall become operative
maj
by a
Florida.District of the State of I qualified: elector par'' ""I1-1., '

4 Y' I For One Member. of the House of an election held In munilp saidso '
long such
as
Representative. of the State of I tlon exist under this S.* '

' r L, y sll YOU'VE HEARD about the three For .County Judge. I.eclslatur may amend ) ,'
s'i
the
'the law authorial
little pigs. But this Is about the For For Sheriff.Clerk of the Circuit Court. out referendum to the qual> I'

three extra pigt. Records on 67 Fur For Tax County: : Collector.Assessor of Taxes ers unless for the such teglslallvcvlrilnnr amendmn; .
for >"
sows at the Purina; Research Farm ,, ? For County Instruction Superintendent of Public I, endum.tension shall provide

i.. For June 4, 1*! *,,
the spring of 1936 showed an County Surveyor Approved
(('lin "n For Five County Commissioner.

,average of 8.7 pigs to the litter at, -- For Three Member of the County mpl1ai' .
Board The vote cast In c-
of Public Instruction.
weaning time. This is around three 1 For Justice of the Peace In and for said proposed mnendm I. 'a r*
following\ Justice canvass, declnratluna el dl
mere profit pigs to the litter than' PURINA \\h..:' DI.lrlcU. thereof shall be aubje "
sndas 1.
No.8. same regalations
(the U. S. average. Pig and Hog pl&pFl For Constable In and for the follow- are proYlcled Snete laW'. for Iv
In* Justice District. Via 1..ct1on. In th.. :
: WIti
Chow does the the '
job TESTIMONY
way you CHOW No. 2 IN .

want it done. Extra pigs in every' hereunto In Testimony set Whereof hand I have I'' I have and h.reunthand affix--" '\:.
my and af -
liner! Feed it and you'll the fixed the Greet Seal of the Seal nf the. Htalu. f"I
get State of at Tallaha-/ ..
Torode Chevrolet Florida, at Tallahassee. ; .f.
Co. proof in extra pigs.SISTRUNK the Capital this the 24th this I the lit du>
day. of August A. D 1936. J,.. D. 1938.
(1..13.) R. A. URAY. (SEAL
FEED AND SEED STORE Secretary of ... R. A.Secretat, "RAT,
STARKE FLORIDA To A. c). ANOREU. Nherlff Urad. of '
STAHKE FLORIDA ford Counts'.
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f r -'H'_ STAKKE. FLORIDA. FKI11AV UTOIIEK 16. 1036! : Nl MHKU FIVE
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tPITORl.\L: STAFFmRtNCHIEF Bradford Teachers ('. I*. C. CLVB ORGAM/ED:.; :


\IK-.INIA EI,!, ; FUGATE Monthly MeetingThe The C. P. C. (College Preparatory I Local Education Week ObservedFor I Basketball Plan Players SupperA ciioij

Club) was organized Wednesday I f ELEMENTARY
j"
jARTlLE LITERARY HEMINGWAY EDITOR Association Bradford held County Its Teachers'monthly period, October under 7,the during the seventh tho first time the schools basketball meeting was called J

) meeting Friday October 9, in the' Mrs. T. T. Long supervision of have begun practicing National Wednesday the seventh period An

SOCIETY EDITOR high school auditorium with Mr. Educational Week by having a local open discussion was made. Some- ----- .
KILLINGSWORTH Lester Sponholtz the This club Is for the purpose of education week. From Novem- one suggested to have a chicken

fLORIEI'1 dent, presiding. Minutes new of presi-the preparing the seniors for college. ber 9 to the 18 1936. supper. We will give a chicken Fifth Grade Selects I News

SPECIAL REPORTERLOIS last meeting were read by Miss Mrs. Long gave some interesting Monday Is Columbus Day Octo- supper and then a free ticket to Class Colors BirdsAt FromThird GradeThe

JUDD Luclle Plummer the secretary.A points( on college.We ber 12 and to show our Patriotism the amateur show In the auditorium. ,

-- -.- committee was appointed to had a large number presentand and school spirit we are giving a The money that Is made will
AMBITION assist Supt. Griffis In forming resolutions hope it will be doubled next special program in chapel. go to buy girls suits. We will have our regular class meeting Honor Roll) for the third I
Wednesday afternoon, we selectedred grade Is as follows:
i If one of the most 1mJ to be presented at the time. Tuesday, October 13 for home our first practice Thursday at
Ambition white and blue class Gloria Helen If
as our Cooper, arden-
Officers noon. When a few more the
traits. One who have not pay
been elected.
J district yet room
Iant character meeting to be held in program we have planned
colors nd the cardinal as our brook Wilma Hardenbrook Vera
will be able to have a ball of *
The girls
;'; DO ambition or hope for any Gainesville, October 16th and 17th. meetings will be held every safety programs. Through this bird. Lee
Starling.
, : or material thing Is lazy; The following members composedthe Wednesday the seventh periodin we have traffic regulations safe their own. We are hoping to havea
Jn We the habits of
tt1 Mrs. real good team this as we are studying We have elected several members -
not care what happens. or committee: Mrs. D. P. Carpenter Long room. ty, accident preventions Human year
\ the and
does bird cardinal
__ have several players from other our drawing of our claa ato keep our room ,
around him In his -
'
on Mrs. Bynum Perkins and Mrs.II. instructions, and vote on Human .
lit t goes of him also.
, schools their home- pictures Anlra
that played on looking neat. Green and
Any one who has Benson.Mr. Student Government Security Amendment November 3.
,.nronment teams last year. Mrs. Beasley The class voted to sell candy to Mary Frances Powell are housekeeper }
%! on to achieve greater sue Clyde Howard: was appointed Elects OfficersA Wednesday October 13, we are Miss Jacobs and Miss Maxwell are get new books for our library. *. Vera Lee Starling and)
hard to accomplishi practicing and teaching conservation -
11 works chairman of the committee to our sponsors. Eloise Bullock ami Bobble Mc- Earline Curry. are aides; Bertha
I end will always be in the make plans for the county school ; of Resources Fire prevention Rae each brought a book for us to Lee Keraev In llhrnrlAn?. and fnnv
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; !IlL in our everyday life we fair. He outlined his plans. call assembly was called I and Thrift. THOUGHTS FOR TIlE WEEK use until the
.,ujd have ambition to achieve Announcements were made by Thursday seventh period. The as- Thursday October 15: for home Some good thoughts for the We are learning the song "Empty Thomas, Howard Conner and Ger- : '
fie, The more you put Into any Prof. Leon A. Gray. sembly was opened by the songs room program we have the studyof week are very: Saddle.*" old Griffls are the paper commit
jsj the more you will get out oJECTATIONS "Come on Old Bradford" and evil affects ot alcohol and narcotics Our housekeeper appoints some tee.
Lantern slides In Spain were "When Our B. H. S. Boys Fall in Temperance, and crime prevention It isn't your position' but your one to bring flowers each day.

-- shown and descriptions were given Line." After the Lord's Prayerwas disposition that makes you happyor Woodrow Thomas hall gone to Miss_._ Buddlngton. Teacher- ,
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( OF SENIORS by Mrs. Grace Walnwright. said in concert, the Flag Salute Thursday October 15: character unhappy.A Galnesvlll We were sorry to have HONOR UOLlnEnJSNEU ;

Senior class of 1936-37, exu -I Mr. Ames of the University of was given. education( good citizenship sensible job of good work accomplished him leave.
fte accomplish a great many :' Florida extension division made The Commercial Club was in living, the Integrated life, and Is a joy that no one can take away Donald Bagwell, LeRoy Harrell, Ona Demoreat,

:! to In the coming seven months announcements of the extension charge of the program. First Grace all around development are being from us.One Olin White Jr., Joe Montleth, Emma Jane Bcaaley,

I jftp life. courses that would be available to Green gave a poem, "School of practiced. who knows HOW will always Reporters. Billy Smith JaJnetto Priest,

I ol our future I the teachers. Democracy." S e c o nd, Chester Friday\ and Saturday Central find a place In life, but the Claude Johns Elizabeth Cox, Rebecca -

I' first of all cooperation with our I Sectional meetings of the different Moody read a poem "Our American Florida district teachers' associa- one who knows WHY will be boss COLUMBUS: HAY PROGRAM Simpson, Norwood Guilford,

ders, and among ourselves I departments were held after Schools At Work." Third tion, the teachers plan to visit the Whoever you are and what ever A very interesting Columbus Ruth Johnson
and is our greatest aim. Mrs. Klncald Teacher.1Utll ;
be ,
, oould I which refreshments were served. Rosa Mae Rowe gave a reading, Yonge School class rooms. you do, be all there. program was given in chapel. The __ _
this we hope to <>
having in i ---
in "American
ut Ideals next
was an- -----. He cannot go far who does not following numbers were given:
in our ItOLK FIRST GRADE
sevcrnl improvements \
jte nouncements and talk
BRADFORD a on Pep by Faxon.
JOKESWillis know how to stop. Greetings-By Buddy
<;tool newspaper library and stv- the principal. Leon A. Gray. Miss Ruby Lllley, Teacher
B is for the beauty that we find Failure Is the Columbus Song by Mrs. Biggs'and
accomplished
only thing
government.\ At this time the officers for the Mrs. Rltch'a Homer O'Neal, Gertrure Toralin-
room.
within It's heart '
1I1en, we expect to take advan- student body were elected. : "Generally speaking." without effort. Columbus Poem---Austin Smith. son, Myrtlce Warren, 1
have R is for the richness of our love President Ovid Lewis. women areVirginia -" --.
of opportunity we -- --
JB every Columbus! Day Exercise by Minn "
<\zing this school term to better for school and home, Vice Pl'esldent--L. O. Jones. F.: "Women are what?" 7 B Home Room LIHey's room. let Ormle.MlHM Mliltllcton. Teacher

"! pare us for a successful future. A is appreciation, may we alwaysdo Secretary--John Arthur ToroJe. Wills: "Generally speaking." Elects Officers l'oem-.When I'm Boy-By Noon Bradley, Jr.. Earl Griff, i'
after all. school days don't lastever our part, --. Mack Futch. Bill) Umlorhlll, Donald Conner,

and our state and nation D's the dearness of it, for we'l EXCHANGE Mrs. Long: "Francis are you Recitation-By Bernard Jordan Berry Dya.l Vilma Dew Mildred "

,!d men and women who are well never, never roam.F It Is dedicated to the extremely sure this as a purely original composition This week we have elected our and Betty Hayes. Howard, Cora Belle Jones, Maxine .
for the positions they are 1"Francis class officers! The following officers I- Leo. Dulay Nettles. \
wpared large group of non-honor roll Poem---Ida Lulu Davis and Col-
is for fulfillment of the : .
are '
the thingswe --
jhold when taking up respon- members. Tune: : "Yea Mrs. Long; but ett Green.
.iMIties\ of Industry government, plan to do. "I wished on the Moon"; you may find one or two of the President-Geraldlne Sllcox. I A Columbus Play-By Fifth HONOR ROLL ;
folks leave O means old or new we'll always Vlce-Presldent-Dorothy Green.
JIII11e where older I wished for an "A", words In the dictionary. Grade. HKfOND GRADE \
3, love it just the same, -- Secretary-Othma Haynes. I Columbus l'oem--By Monteen "
Miss
Teacher
A thing I have never known Kitty Hogsed,
So In grasping the opportunities R Is rah, rah, rah, and D is "Do ordie" I wished for a grade; Dad: "Artford, who were you Treasurer-Betty Stringfellow. Warren and Ruth Powell. William Andrews Gay Driskell, j r

id day offers us we expect toke for you, A grade I could carry home. I with last night?" The two monitors of this week Columbus Song-Dy 3rd Grade I Leon Ellington Shirley Judd, Mar-

:* not only a better school, but Put them all together, you'll haveBradford's A good report, Artford Brown: "With an old boyfriend have kept the room looking very Room. ,glue Kersey. E. Z. Lee, Willie ,

tetter community, a better state, name and fame. A smile from dad, ." nice. Columbus Play--Miss Budding.ton' O'Neal, Franklin Young, Mary :
better nation and, at the end of -Harriet Benson.. Vera Manning, Reporter. Room YanU. S \
A O. K.
complete Dad: "Well, tel your old boy .
Jti journey, to make ourselves That would not fade Columbus Song--Mlsa Hogaed'a ,
away.I friend he left his lipstick In the
'id that the world Is better be- Sophomores Save car." LAWTEY SCHOOL Room SECOND GRADE !
IUM we have lived in it. i
For begged for an "A. Mrs. Ethel Teacher
NEWS
""" Money Flag Blgga,
-- FIFTH GRADE! I
In order that I might go, Mrs. Anderson: "If I take a potato EHther English Louise Edwards,
THE IDEAL TEACHER Mrs. Howard Teacher
To a dance or a picture show, and divide it into two parts, Jean Mann W. B. McKinney.I I!
We are to lose one of our WEEKLY ASSEMBLY Honor Holl
(Students of the Civics class sorry But all of this is just a dream and each of the two parts Into
students, Billie Jo Durham, who That won't true.I The seventh grade<< sponsored by Keefee Pitts, Betty Hardenbrook.
note on their ideal teacher last come four parts, what would I have? I.
mk and we are publishing one has moved to Louisiana.We wish for an "A", don't you? John: "Potato salad!" I Mrs. Hill had charge of the assembly We hope to have more on the I SECOND GRADE
item i I' are saving our money to get -Jackson Hi, Jackson, Miss. program this week. Several honor roll next month. We are Mrs. Evelyn Bitch, Teacher

our room a new flag.JOKES. munlcal numbers were enjoyed studying more this week. Robert Conway, Bobby Dyal, B. I
picture of an Ideal teacher I 9TII GRADE NEWS FLONOJtROLL after which :Mr. Beasley announced We enjoy working on our Health C. HolUendorf, Jim Frank Jordan

** who puts herself Into her Internalpp1lcatfon the speaker for the afternoon, Scrap Book. We also made ft big Jimmie Leach, Ruby Green, '

eel and does! it well, just as the The following letter was received Cleone Edmondson 12 A Mr. Maxwell, former principal of Health Poster this week. I beth Lawson Joyce Moore, Eliza'I'''I'

/jiplli! under her supervision! should by a firm that manufacturescorn Lawtey School and Superl ten- Each room Is giving one cent to Noegel, Evelyn Griffis, Mary '
second
the Hilda Vir
We have begun on Wyrick, Ethyl Taylor
>)>l
Itelr work well. Florida State for our don Winkler Lou
syrup: week of the second month of ginla Fugate Lois Judd Rosa Mae dent of Public Instruction In Clay buy a Flag Merry Mary
J. Ideal teacher makes lessons Gentlemen: I want my money County gave an excellent talk on chapel room. Yarbrough. S
school, and we are trying to make Rowe, Oleta Smith, Roswell Noe
Wresting and gives interesting back. I have taken six\: : cans of better grades than we have been gel, Arthur Swanbom. "Friendship in the School" Reporter, Keeffee Pitta, -
wlgnments.! She is patient with your corn syrup and my corns are Assistant Ruth Powell. THIRD GRADE
making. 12 B
llures$ but doe not smile at it. as bad as ever. We have two new pupils, Estelle --- 51'OUItTII +---- Miss Hazen, Teacher
tie Is sympathetic Aid underling Our Honor Roll pupils are Doro- Arlie Sponholtz Louree Howard, and Buster Bennett from Miami GRADE NEWS I

with those who deserve thy Crosby W. S. Rivers, Tommy MartHa Hemingway Katie Fugate, Many of the pupils are absent this Our room sold candy and cookieson Walter Dew Bradley Geiger,
Cause And Effect Marion Manning Marvin Mont
\ but her attitude toward those Rltch L. C. Smith, and Margaret Patsy Edmondson, Irene Davis, week setting out strawberry Tuesday and Wednesday of last
into rather Overstreet Hazel !
A fat man bumped a gomery Billy ,
"to do not deserve It, Is one that Lowry. Madeline Crosby Jack Underbill.II plants. week. We will use the money
lean Fields, Ester Griff, Margaret
Jill pecd them up to better work. gentleman. We can't imagine why it is so A Minnie Lee Pringle visited Jack made to buy Library books and art Montieth ,
looks of he said, Davis wasn't Mary Lee Overstreet,
the so
"From you cold unless Jean
He material
Ideal teacher must be loved Alice Edwards, Ancll Futch, sonville Tuesday. Miss Johnson Wanda Pearce, Ida Lee Sllcox Ar- f
al respected for she loves and reecta "there must have been a famine. late this morning.Mrs. Geraldine Johnson, L. O. Jones, Mrs. Edwards Mrs. Kelly, Miss Edna Mae Moflcley and Gene della Yar-
Alice
Starling, Mary !
"And from the looks of you, replied Anderson: Henry do you
In
their Art
; her ability to warn and to Jr.. Vernle Phillips, Janie May Plummer and Miss McRae wentto Noegel got pictures brough SFJII'lI
rip la as great; and while she the lean gentleman" "you'rethe know your alphabet yet? Quarles, Louise Rosier, Mildred Jacksonville Saturday. the class scrapbook for lust week. If.

:-V praise us for good work, she : guy who caused It. I Henry Cone: Yes mam. Sapp, Arle Tlllrrinn, Doc Wain- The P. T. A. held a social meet- We are glad to welcome Dale
v at the mme time scold us for Loyree Phillips, Reporter. I Mrs. Anderson: Well, say it then. wright, Carol White. Ing In the school auditorium at 8 Cherry from Woodstock School GRADE

:i'getting our work. When I say Henry C.: AerAerMrs. IlB p. m. Friday night. Although it Number 21, Jacksonville, Fla. Mrs. Hart, Teacher
}:old" tao not mean she uses WE CAN NOT FORGET COLUMBUS A.: What comes after A? rained, about forty parents were Mack Futch brought two books Donald Bagwell, Joe English

I*loudly I mean that the cold- Henry C.: All the rest of the Billy Peek Long Lillian Manassa Stump, Fran-Edna present The eighth grade, spon- for our library John IOn law, Leonard Peek, Olin
,
:* I In her voice, and the dlsap- letters. ces Philip 5- sored by Miss Johnson, gave an Gloria! Price gave us a pretty White Jr., Mary Jo Caldwell, "

.aat>' and shame that Is quite ap- i Original Poem ;;;Alice Edward. -. Pearce. 10 A' one act play. Inez Cutshaw accompanied Vase Marjorie Davis, Kathleen Stock- ''

:tmIt 11n her eyes is much worse In fourteen and ninety-two, \\U\T WOULD HAPPEN .. by Clara Mae Harley,, Our girls spent one afternoon well, Alberta Woodard, Fay Yar-

:-w if she stamped her feet and Columbus sailed the ocean blue, Ralph Rhodes were quiet In Eng- Martha Wells. Geraldine Till sang "I Am Sitting High On the fixing an Autumn Sandtable. brough.

*her temper to the point where The great discovered never knew; lish class. man, Bertha Taylor, Edith Rowe. 1(111 top.1 Plank were discussed In reading we have been studyIng -

*Pupils are ready to crawl under That he'd found a land for me Oliver and Tillman Hutto came I 10 n for a Hallowe'en Carnival This poetry. Here are some origInal SIXTH GRADE HONOR ROLL

desks, and you. to school the same day. 1, Clara Flume, Loryee Phillips, was followed by a social hour poems written by members of Mrs. Eunice Scaring, Teacher

Toi, the ideal teacher can ex- John Arthur and Vernon stopped II Sydney GriffIs. during which apple pie and coffee our clans about our own American Nina Bishop, Gloria BuforJ,

*II her anger with little loudof He knew the earth was round, talking. 1 9 A were served. flag. Shirley Colley, Ida Lulu DaviS,

nei voice. That land, it could be found; Carlton didn't come to the Library Tommy filch W. S. Rivers, L. Betty Mar hblun, Verlena Phillips j

She works hard, sympathizes, When taking possession, he drew every morning.Mrs. C. Smith Dorothy Crosby, Mar JOKES My "I'IK-hy l Dale>> CherryOut ; i Jula Frances Stewart, Kathleen

'*<". respects, criticizes; she his sword. Anderson weren't a Math garet Lowry. Br. Beasley: "Christine, what Is I on the breezeA I Wilder, Dorothy Lee Johns.

**> much of a pupil who does And named the island San Sal teacher. DB worse than a man without a country -, beautiful banner Is streaming: __

beat which means that he Is vador. Mr. Scott didn't have a store Elizabeth Plummer, Lumanda ?" I Under the sunshine 'tin gleamingThe MY PET:

"-!St t, neat, truthful, sincere, and near the school. Dyal, Billy Jack,,* Christine: "A country without a flag that Is red, white and -
'"d all around student. O beautiful for hero proved, The seniors had their'English on 8 .\ man." blue My pet la a parrot. He Is very J

*n Ideal student loves the Ideal In liberating strife "Blue' Monday." Griffls Jack Halle Martha Peace to the world ever bringing funny. He Is learning to talk.
Billy
55*w and their working together Who more than self his country The Hampton bus was late. Mathews, Carolyn Keen. Snooky Miss Johnson: "Estelle, make a Hearts will forever be singing.The My pet stands on my fingers
** better week. sentence using the word deceIt. and sits shoulder while I
holiday every on
education. loved! We had a Corpenln, Leonard Smith, Irvin my
-Jean Davis Put in chains and sent back to Everyone had their shorthand Tillman, Alta SrAfth. Mary Lorraine ful. 1"lalfby'y: Kuther Crew am playing.
-5iLTli- ._ Spain, assignment prepared.We Estelle: "When Mr. Beaaley sitE I like the starsI
Stockwell, Louse Stern. I bathe my pet twice A week In
GRADE HONOR ROLL Oh! that sight of the faithful didn't have a good chapel 18 down it makes tle-seat-ful. like the bars winter and nearly every day In
each Friday.The I[ like the red and white and blue
Grace Walnwright Teacher discoverer, program Carrie Bell Bennett, Geraldine summer, because It Is very hot.I .
.toe Andrews Broken In spirit at last he died seniors didn't have to give WILL POUER The flag that flows o'er our land brought my pet from Honduras
Jimmie Griffis
Silcox.
? Barefoot Clarice Thomas In fifteen and six at Valladolid. 'oral compositions.The To will is to win. Will power I carry In my hand! ,' so he I aa tropical bird. In
,
rt CUne Johnson. school had a perfect attendance BE BEAUTIFULI means approximately the same as The red, the whit and blue. winter I have to keep my pet in

__ __ We say that he has passed away record for one week. winning power. Will Is to a man the house near the fireplace or
LoW THIRD That noble man and brave; _-. -- read an ad. the other day, what gasoline ia to a motor. It Is :.My Flag-ny Robert U hit fluid stave because he la used to warm

HONOR ROLL That his light canoes have vanished WE WONDER WilY? Of a maiden fair and lovely, the motive power without which My flag so bonny' and trueI weather. His name Is "Lori to." "

I Ole *"*, Roberts Teachera Othma Norman can't get to Whose soft lips laughed and blue you cannot hope to reach your love the big ones Arllne Dew, 4th Grade.

Thomas. From off the crested wave. school on time. eyes were gay goal. In every Instance, your will The small onea too -

We have monthly tests. She was fair as the skies above mo. to win must be your. first step. My flag, my flag so bonny FOURTH GRADE HONOR ROLL

-- That mid the forests where he The teachers haven't learned to They said 'twas her akin that made Unless your will Ia right, unless you The flag waves high, high In the I Mine Edwards, Teacher

roamed, distinguish the Fugate twins yet? her fair. get it working properly, you can- air Bernard Jordan.' Arline Dew..
There rings no discoverers Billy Plummer stays so quiet? I say, 'twas her twinkling eyes, not hope to perfect a definite plan "Tin red and white and blue Eva ToddU

shout; School can't be all Chapel Programs And her Joyous lips laughing, her There Is a difference between My bonny flag so true.

But we cannot forget Columbus, and picture shows? wind blown hair- willing to do a thing and wishingto NEWS FROM HIGH THIRD
He's the man to think about. Beatrice Moseley can't spell? Ba< beautiful, thus-I advise. do it. To will implies determInation Our Finn-by Carl Crompler We have all of our work books

-. Deloris Bloodsworth looks sad? courage and assurance The flag is streaming on the poleIt now and enjoy working In them

'\- KNOCK- KNOCKS IN LATIN Louree Howard goes to town ev- It Isn't the paint that makes a girl The weak-willed Individual usually la gleaming like a place of gold very much. We have made some

0t. $, I.\V1o".... It tetn....".. a a ? sweet, Is doomed to defeat. Whatever High above the ground It waves calendars for October which ware .
'I T.......... Knock! Knock! Who's there? cry day elementary rhapei It Isn't the curve of her eyebrows, may happen to you, nothing should Honoring all our country's braves very proud of. We have acme
01""...... Habet who? There was no who to be to Influence and Some of our flag. are waving In
Habet. permitted you
WHO ........ ? You don't Uke a girl forgot beauUful pot flowoers In our room >
Thursday
what
FDa. Habet you don't know you I Hlnson made a good grade be neat- conquer your will. The world may the breeze far far over the seasI and we wish to thank Josephine
are reading. Marie IV? But remembered her paint and allows beat and dash Its cold waves think our flag U the prettiest yet Johns for bringing most of them.

in History can't be perfect 7 against you and defeat your plans Our flag IM the prettiest any coun- Several puplla have brought book

Knock! Knock! Who's there? We Every have body to write biographies? Five golden minutes to each precious but it must never be allowed to try can get for our room library. We also "

I Longa. Longa who? talking to Leola hour defeat and crush your will. thank them. 51
Arlie is always
I Longs go. To making her mouth curve In Every great achievement Is the Honor( Roll Nlta Johnson and Ethel Mae,

I --._ Norman? is fat? dips. outcome of will power coupled with Oleeta Green Gloria Price, Roberta Durllng are absent this week on

Rain never falls in the Interior I Billy Powell teachers acquire the Be beautflul. dear as a graceful, determined effort. Build'up a willpower Whltfield, Carl Grumpier and account of sickness. W. hope they .
of Antarctica. Moisture falls thereIn I Study hall "sh-h-h-h?" young flower. and a faith that cannot be Bryan Harrell. will soon be back In school again

the form of snow. habit of saying and Mrs. Long With a laugh from your natural shaken, a spirit that will not flinch, Mills Adkina, Teacher n -- j
Mrs. Carpenter ... .
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and with their aid you will win -- HONOR ROLL "
--6-- lips.
One novel Chicago night spot are always smiling? to like -Written by a student In Brad- your victory and probably more. Benjamin Franklin was the MJ811 Willie Mae union, Teacher: '.,

sese coffin-like tables and tombstone Bradford All new High students School seem ford County High. -Ethel Taylor. "father of the circulating library." Mabel Leach. rS

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"' PAGp9 FOUR BRADFORD COUNTY nnuEOUAPH. STAnK: FLORIDA --- ___ __' --T FRIDAY-. OCTOBEIt_ 16. .r.-q. f

' : -AddresseftVoman'r ; I Give'J the betterment i-i:1u: anlty. 1 said economic contentment Is the Johns In
I Professor Constant : Men's Bible Class :o ResolvedThat the Chapter holdin I best preventative of war That la,, Pensain j

i flub at firstMeetiriK Annual Banquet I sacred memory our beloved' countries which are enjoying nor- Senator-elect fhaii, I
3oiicjyj : : That extend to his mal and profitable commercial relations "
we
Of Year tht brothei
i' \ The Men' Blbt.1188! / of and Representative : .
mach ,
sympathy and with each other are
family our deepest!
I
of Starke
First Baptist rhur h
Professor H P Constans bead 1{' will give its second Annual banquet love, and pray that God will rich- less disposed to resort to military are attending the EM .11..

of the Public Speaking Depart | Thursday evening, October 22, at ly bless them and keep them under action than countries which are ty rally of State kr,..1 J ,

-- ment of the University of Florida, Bryant's Cafe, beginning at eight the shadow of his wings. not. No man willingly ,cutsgthe sored by the Democratic. i ,
1 addressed the Woman's Club of Resolved That as a mark of throat of a good customer .-..hnd I
o'clock. At this time the wives of Committee of that
\V. M. S. Study Meeting'sMonday Recent Bride HonoredAt Starke at the first meeting of the the members are Invited to be esteem and respect to our departed what is true of individuals and industries count: ,, ,.1

ShowerMrs. year, Wednesday afternoon, on the and the class will have the brother, our chapter be draped in is largely true of nations. sacola today and Satunim. 1 II.(..
and Tuesday afternoons subject of "Influence of the Motion present that Fred P. Cone, Democnt .
James Kite and Mm Vol privilege of hearing a good speak mourning for a period of thirty No one, of course, expects t. I
there were meetings of the mission entertained Monday Picture on Education. The days. That we Inscribe upon our currency stabilization will imme nee for Governor and (,1.\"t i.,

study program of the W The M.: afternoon ley McKlnney with a miscellaneous annual reception of the faculty of er.The class was organized twc records this tribute to his memory, diately boom world trade, and send per, of Tallahassee will ]b" ,, .j
S. of the Methodist Church. Bradford High School was held at be the bereaved famIly the nations' merchant marines n
Albert New a copy given
Mrs. and has twentysix
shower honoring years ago now pal speakers at the
studied Is "A Preface I the same time.Professor two-.r<: i: ,'. ',
book being who and a copy furnished the local scuttling back and forth across the 8
mans, of Thompson, Ga., prior men enrolled.
to Racial Understanding" and on in June was Mist Conatana stated Inhlll, : paper for publication. ocean under forced draft to make ing. ;
M. : to her marriage --
:Monday afternoon Mrs B. Louise Kite address that the primary purpose Y. W. A. To Organize Here Signed: deliveries. But in view of' prac- .- I
Montgomery presented chaptersone of the motion picture is entertain tically all the experts, the move Townsend Club
list as follows:: Dora Alderman,
The \
and two. The Story of the Negro guest was ment. "Films appeal to the fans Young Ladles of the Baptist will stimulate trade, which in turn
and The Negro Worker. Mrs. Mrs. Lester Kite, Mrs. J. L. Silcox,, emotionally and not intellectually! ," Church interested in Y. W. A. Jessie Wooten, will stimulate domestic business,, The Starke Townsend ('h, rs;

; Sam Anderson presented chapter Mrs. Clinton, Daughtery Mrs. Oscar, Mrs.Andreu David -,,, he said. He also stated that forty work are asked to meet at the Mae Wells, which in turn may cast some rays I hold a regular meeting M]. .IU

three, Social Factors in Negro Mrs. Kelley C. A. :Jenkins, Mrs. F. H years ago there was not a motion home of Congressman and Mrs. R. Committee. of peaceful light into the shadow of night, Oct. 19, at the usual tin,
Life picture In existence, but today A. Green, Friday night, October --.0Economic It was announced by W N |JOhl]
Hazel Lennon.Ladies' .
Tuesday afternoon Mrs. J.: W. Box, Miss ., thousands of dollars are spent to< 16, at 730.: Mrs Green, Mrs. T. war.One dramatic, if relatively unim- son, vice-president of the l., Itl i t

White presented chapter four, give us the classic dramas which K. McClane, and Mrs. H. T. Hall, U portant aspect of the agreementwas ganizatlon.pTTIF.
HighlightsIndustrial
The Education of the Negro; and AuxiliaryMet are now being depicted on the Jr., are In charge of the organization Russia's dumping of> at mil- -I

:Mrs. H. B. McLendon spoke on The TuesdayThe screen and which are truly educa ( News Review) lion pounds sterling on the New
of the Negro to tional. .
Contribution of the
Ladles' Auxiliary York market twenty-four hours
American Civilization, mentioningthe Presbyterian Church met Tuesday The speaker was introduced tc Business And Program later. Secretary of the Treasury

gifts of labor music, folklore, evening, October 13, at the homeof his audience by Mrs. G. H. Lowry, Meeting W. M. U. n.pp..I. Tbat Affect tk. DI..rYell Morgenthau'at once purchased this
.
art. ... .
literature and Dividend Ckek T
humor, religion, Fernandez.Mrs. chairman of Education, who was in
Mrs. Eva Bill of Kvcrr Indl.ld..l-National out of the $2,000.000,000 stabilization COLUMNWILL
} Next Monday afternoon after a W. A. Stern led the devo- charge of the program for the aft The Woman's Missionary Unionof and International Problems fund, intimated that, Russiawas
abort business meeting Miss Olive ernoon. the Baptist Church will hold Inseparable From Local Welfare. PAY CASH for "
tional and the president Mrs. H. attempting to wreck the '1'.1 i
Ray will present the chapter entitled H. Young, conducted the business During a brief business session Its regular monthly business and three-power compact an4 make anos. Write LillianIu

"Some Portraits of Negro.Americans" meeting. A praise service and sixteen new members were elected program meeting at the Church Biggest international economicnews stabilization Impossible. Most observers Store, 342 W. Universii' \u

and Mrs. A. Wood will thank offering was planned for to join the organization. They Monday afternoon, October 19, at in many a moon was the an- are of the opinion that Gainesville, Fla.
.
the November meeting to be held were: Mrs. W. N. North, Mrs. 3:30: o'clock. Circle Number One, nouncement that France had final- Mr. Morgenthau exaggerated -
of "The Negro GRITS MILL and 12
speak on the subject at the home of Mrs. E. M. Davis. George Manassa, Mrs. Leola Rob Mrs. L. G. Powell, .leader, will ly left the gold standard and devalued they say that Russia certainly hor po
and the Church." The topic of study was Alaska and erts, Mrs. R. A. Green, Mrs. W. B. have charge of the program. the franc, and that Eng- knows that a million pounds, which engine in good condition t.t M

---0- the Bible quiz was conducted by Parks, Mrs. S. R. Johns, Jr., Mrs. land, the United States and France Is a HUe less than $5,000,000, Isn't or trade for anything whl >. i c
Cash :
Coal shortage fear'is unfounded. Mrs. K. G. Duncan. W. A. Brown, Mrs Marcus Brown, O. E. S. To ObserveFriend's were at last to cooperate in seek- enough to even faintly embarrassthe handle.Clark. $15000 :S"c;
I //tp-I 1(
I The following program was car- Mrs. A. H. Johns, Miss Hope ing to stabilize currencies. three powers.

ried out: Haynes, Miss Georgia Haynes, Miss ,NightThe There are various ways of loott- -----o- "MILLIONS Genuine fmpTo

Native Art in the Sheldon Jackson Lula Redgrave, Miss Dorothy Eastern Star will hold its ing at France's long anticipatedmove. Fall is witnessing the expected Maryland Missionary Si awhi ;

RITZ THEATRE i School-Mrs. E, M. Davis. Sapp, Miss Willie Mae Hinson, regular meeting Monday evening, Critics say that currency upping of production in many In- ry Plants, New Ground whl!
The Church Moves Forward in Mlas Beverly Cady, Miss Virginia October 19, at 7:30: o'clock at the devaluation is simply a dubious dustries. roots, all this year's plant/ si,

STARKE Alaska-Mrs. O. E. Stansbury. Maxwell. Masonic Hall at which time the or- scheme for making one dollar into Big element, as In the past, is per thousand fob Castlebern/
Point Barrow Then and Now- The following program was pre- der will observe "Friend's Night". two--that it is simply another motors. Car builders have their Thurmond Farm, Castleberrv, A

Mrs. C. F. Ward. sented during the afternoon: Officers, members and visiting word for inflation. England started new models all set for the market 8-28-12tp j

PROGRAMTIIURS.FRI. I, The Medical Mission at Point Song "Billy Boy"-Joyce Moore Stars are urged to be present. DurIng it, five years ago, and wall followed -some of them may be out by the
:
Barrow-Mrs. Q. H. Lowry. and Billy Benson. the social hour a good programwill by the United States three time this is read. Production FOR SALE-Fine 8t r a w"'I r

., OCT. 15-16 During the social hour the hostess "Home on the RangeWalterSilcox be heard and refreshments will years ago, when we changed the schedules, according to Business plants second raised on new !and,
good as runners See
"Trouble For Two" served delicious refreshments. Jr. be served. fixed price of gold from $22 to Week, call for 1,000.000 units durIng Gessner, near Biscayne Filling S
ANDERSON Sec. about $35 an ounce.
EVA ,
Robert MontgomeryRMnllnd "Oh My Goodness" chorus oft\ the next quarter. tlon, Starke.
Russell Junior Club Women tle boys and girls. I However, the great bum or com- Steel recently touched a high for
Woodman Circle mentators feel that France's action this continued upward.The FOR SALE-500,000 Mission
Jean- year
Pianist and director-Mrs. :
SATURDAY OCT. 17TII. Met MondayThe Met Tuesday and the three-power stabilization likewise Strawberry Plants. Priced rig)
ette Kincald. employment aspect
Double Feature Junior Club Women held : compact are good things. showed betterment. In manufac- Come and see these plants W Rl
During the social period the hos- The Woodman Circle Starke I rmti-New Deal- ,
of the club Even such strong den, Hellbronn Springs 109.Studio -
first year
their meeting
turing industries, total employ- i
"Bulldog Courage"Tim afternoon at 3:30: o'clockin tesses served a delicious salad Grove No. 278 held Its regular ers as Frank Kent and Mark Sullivan -
Monday for ment has at last reached the fall
Hostesses
and Iced tea.
McCoy course at the hall. have given the President
of the Woman's meeting Tuesday night I
the sun room
the afternoon were: Mesdames H. 1930 level, is above a year ago.
-AND- with membership of The regular routine of businesswas credit for authorizing the agree-
clubhouse, a
V. Knight, K. G. Duncan, A. J. ment. The for such Prices continue their up-trend,
"$1000 A Minute" twentyone.The Thomas, L. G. Powell, R. J. Davis, : conducted and plans were val are two reason fold: It is believed appro-that but slowly. Biggest ''jump has
officers were attend District Meet-
following Misses Mlna Manassa, Annie Mae made to the stabilized international currencieswill been in food costs. Manufactured # p.Aq.lapl

8UN.-MON. OCT. 18-19 elected: Pearce, Louise Snyder, Frances Ing to be held in Gainesville November be a spur to lagging world goods have changed little' since l

"Anthony Adverse"Fredrlc Vice-Pres.-Edna President-Virginia Pearce.Fugate. Lee Peek, Virginia Fugate, Katie 6. After the adjournment trade and will better the chance summer.

March Secretary-Frances Peek Fugate. the members were invited to Hall'sPlace for keeping world peace. As usual, the farmer Is ;ta the

Olivia de Ilavlland Treasurer-Miriam Guy. 0 where they were served delicious There are three main currency headlines. Both Roosevelt' ,,and

Claude Rains A program for the year was Table Tea To Be Given refreshments. units in the world-the franc, the Landon have cautiously endorsed Uprightsand

Anita LouIseTUES.WED. completed which includes welfare Tuesday AfternoonCircle pound> and the dollar, Other currencies crop insurance, both have pledged

work, self-Improvement, and social CARD OF THANKS hinge upon one or the other themselves to aid the farmer In Grand PianosALSO
., OCT. 20-21 Number Two of the Wo- of these-that Is the purchasing other ways.
activities.The We wish to express our appreciation
"Absolute Quiet" juniors had with them at man's Missionary Society of the to those who assisted us power of the lire, the mark and I Security markets have been fairly -

I Irene HerveyTHURS.FRI. this time the chairman of the Junior Methodist Church will give a table In the sickness end death of our other currencies Is dependent upon steady, and it is not likely that GUARANTEED USED

Department, Mrs. S. L. Peek, tea Tuesday afternoon, at three- husband and father,.Riley B. Sulli- what happens to the currencies of any major developments will take PIANOSA
., OCT. 22-ZS and two members of her committee thirty o'clock, at the Woman'sClub van, we also especially thank Dr. the three great financial powers, place until after election. ..Dives- Price for every Pocketbool

"Fury" Miss Hazel Adkins, and.Miss building. Committee In Parks who attended him so faith- with their tremendous gold reserves tors and speculators are talking LILLIAN'SMUSIC
charge: Mrs. H. B. McLendon, Mrs his about "Roosevelt stocks" and
and
Hytvitt Sidney Annie Mae Pearce. fully efficiently during ,
Spencer Tracy During the social hour light refreshments B. M. Montgomery and Mrs. C. L. sickness. For the floral offeringswe As a result, if the franc, the "Landon stocks" and would give a STOREOpp.

were served. Stockwell. There will be a program are deeply grateful and appre- pound and the dollar are stabilized great deal to know who will take
Inner" qtNMIIuIIIIIIIn" ," "IIIIIIIIIIIIII"II""IIIIf""IIII"i !
--- -- of music; and readings under ciative. so that their purchasing power In the oath of office from the Chief Florida TheatreGAINESVILLE
the direction of Mrs. A, Z. Adkins relation to each other does not Justice next January.CLAYTON .
distinctive flowers Mrs. R. B. Sullivan,
grace and Mrs. F. H. Long. change from time to time, as It, 0 I
Clarence Sullivan, ... .
cherry at herschel I The tea will be given for the Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Prevatt has in the past, the purchasing C. JOHNS I /",'. : :':_' :':
school build- of other currencies will like-
benefit of the church power
'I Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Griffis.
Ing fund. Invitations are being wise remain constant.The DIES
7-2129 Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Sullivan,
phone ,
effect' of this on the world A LOT OF HOOEiThe
J social after- .
unusual Issued and a pleasant Mr. and Mrs Sam Clark.RESOLUTIONS
smart center pieces corsagesflowers I is 0 trade situation is obvious. When WELL KNOWN BRADFORD
noon anticipated.
for gifts currencies move up and down In COUNTIAN BURIED
In
idea. that Laundries use
-- their relation to each other, nor- LAST FRIDAY
I Resolutions adopted by Starke mal trade is impossible, for the gradients that are Injurious (
t Chapter No. 166 Order of the East- reason that a country cannot car- I Funeral services last Friday were clothes.
FKESII MULLETFISH A REAL GOODFLOUR
ern Star. ry on Import and export business held here for Clayton C. Johns who -

GREEN'SSTORE With feelings of deepest regret, when it doesn't know what a dollar lied Wednesday morning at his

lb. 8c Starke Chapter is called upon to will buy tomorrow in England ,home after an illness.
record the passing of another of or what a franc will buy next I Mr. Johns was a lifelong resident Inspect our plant and we f"

: Its most beloved and respected week in the United States. All of Bradford County and was yourself. "'e will gladly eh

PIIILJITINB : members, Bro. J., M. Mitchell, on during depression the major currencies a member of the Christian Church. you samples of anything we UMTHIUFTV

Sept. 14, 1936 have been subjected to Surviving are his widow, Mrs.
His going is deeply mourned by great fluctuation-and the upshot Fonie Johns, his father, W. :J. BUNDLES
CASH & CARRY Lbs. 72c
LARD) lb. 1 lOc 24 all who knew him.Ve miss his Is that International trade has lohns, two daughters Agues and Wet Wash Flat Wo

: STARKE, FLA. cheery smile, his hearty hand- stayed at a very low level, while Elizabeth Johns, and four,sons, B. Finished, 15 Lbs. _____ :S SILb!
clasp as we go in and out of his domestic trade In most countrieshas M., S. T., E. L., and Clinnle Johns, 40 Per Lb. Over __ .15
accustomed place of business. The been expanding and approachIng ill of Starke. Five sisters, Mrs. n
4 Ask About Our Profit-Sharing PlTickets C D E E community has lost a citizen who "normal" levels. Mallory Thomas, Mrs.: Fronle Cle-
FREE T I\ FAMILY FINISH
It Costs You Nothing-Save gave; his best efforts and Influenceto The effect of currency stabilization nonda, Mrs. H. O. Rivers all of

rr all worthy causes-both to the on world peace, in turn, Is Starke, Mrs. Ella Lewis of Brookerand Flat Work _________.05 Per L
BEST WHITE rOTTED upbuilding of the Kingdom and for equally obvious. Cordell Hull once Mrs. William Hodge of Au- Wearing Apparel __ .15 Per I.
I lurndale, and one brother, W. S.
Lb. .17c MEA Can 21/c I Johns, who is connected with the

BACON, And the Worst is Yet to Come- Police also survive.Department Last rites, Jacksonville were conducted -, Starke Dry Cleaner


t ONIONS, 4 Lbs. __ __ __ 10c NECK BONES, 3 Lbs. __ 25c ,z; ... : at 2 P. M., Friday at the & LaundryJUNIUS
Starke Christian Church, with the
I NO. 2 CANS-HTANDAUD rACK IUn lev.! Mr. L. G. Hemingway offl- M. SMITH, Owner

r'i latlng.: Interment was In the Sapp .. .
TOMATOES can 7c BEEF STEW Lb. lOc j Cemetery. I... .. .. ._ ', -," :;:'", ,


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': I PRINCE ALBERT, can IOc +I1XE11 FLOWERS AS NEAR TO YOU ,
GROUND MEAT Lb. 15c
'I AS YOUR TELEPHONEFOR
I {{HOLE' OR.UN

j FRESII -' ll VII ALL OCCASIONS Call 123-J
RICE 5 Lb 25c 1
PORK HAM Lb. 20c I f ALL ORDERS FILLED


'' I" COCOA 2 Lb. Can __ 12Yzc ARTISTICALLYECONOMICALLYPROMPTLY
CHUCK ROAST or

STEAK, Lb.. __ ______121/ZcI MRS. L. G. POWELL, Starke
I SUGAR 5 Lbs. 2Sc
:::-
.. l00 IloR ROUND STEAK lb. 20c I +--- - ."'t.-.., ""'! -. vGOOD' -- .


4 ASPIRIN Each ________3c APPLE, MULE, SPARK PLUG I

GROUND DAILY TOBACCO 2 Plugs .____25c j FARMS WANTEDWe


PURE COFFEE Lb. 121,4c I II .
MEAL 10 Lbs. 25c .. o


28-0Z. JAR APPLEBUTTER b ))1 .

I __ __ 12Y2c BREAD 3 Loaves _ 25c IY have buyers for well improved farms
/ /, RINK

4 : MACARONI lOc I and pecan groves, if priced right.
3pkgs. BACoN '
Lb. I2IIc I It ;-... .

t I .. List with us, we get results

&t YK/S. QUART JAR

SALT Pkg. 3c PEANUT BUTTER __,25cQT. .. r--... o
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Bits of Mrs TtiMluy JICks.un'tlt'H! L.of> Iiriwnlv: li-i! pi.\\t-,, 11'1, ; ,., : ,pUst an I i \UL c :Mull n. ,'S( ,. .. 'lux i Sun: ':M. \,,i.t .J..town>,.me! FLORID, IIGNIGjI s 1 11

\1PUrNA
N .1 I <'I"- tli gee 4t tM 1.. \V.k I 1J J

'-- of :Mis Mullfi'a idhs' :\ !Sear ,

Mr and Mrs. J Flake left Tues Ing's patents, Mr .ini Mra. c. 0 -4 ..tICOUNT
day for several days visit in Cov'ngton. '- j Searing ,1 i o.1 a

I IDeal Nevht Ky., with MM. Flake's ..._ _" Y hel
i mother Mrs E. Small.
| I Mrs A. M. Darby. Mrs.. DeWittC. '

C0\(ERNING OUR PEOPLE, BUSINESS A DrROCREgS I 1 Jones and Mra S. L. Peek were h e re QYCP

Mrs. W. E. Mladleton, Miss In Dowling Park F
Sunday, where
; OF TilE COUNTY AND TOWN 1! Madge Middleton and Miss Luclle they attended the celebration of

Mitchell spent Tuesday afternoon the sIXtieth wedding anniversaryof

visiting In Jacksonville Mrs. Darby'a hrotbrr-ln-law and

sister, Mr. and :Mrs. P. H. Dowl-
L.F
spent Mr. and Mrs. Freeman Johns, Mr. and Mrs. T. T. Oiler and lit- ng. MARON .
Iru.ksoonvviilRnlght. tle daughter, Betty Grace have
damn of Gainesville, were the guests of: returned /
his mother, Mrs. Effie Johns Sunday to Starke after a vacation Misses Margaret MUlls, Arnette ,
-o- spent at Daytona Beach. Wilson, Hazel Hlgglnbotham, Elsie 4.t'y
Gainesville 'I
of wasgtor
J. A. Hazen Sappington, Edith Chism Mary
last Friday. yQVJ'
,In Starke Judge Lou Wadkins Sarah Breedlove ,
Mrs. LJbble and Mrs. A. Z. Adkins and tP vT
Stephens returned family returned to their home Elizabeth Chalker and Mrs. H EEubanks. I

I'id' Rippef. of Jacksonville, Wednesday from Lake City, where this week after spending the here all of Jacksonville, spent C 1a 0-
visitor here Tues- she has been spending the past sum the week-end atv
Vi business week mer at Kingsley Lake. at the Kingsley Lake COUNTY
cottage of W. E. Torode.
r I

and Eldredge Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Smith, Misses Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Kidd and I 'Ii''iEM STItICKEVStarke .,
eJI11! I/Ollassa small son, of Flagler Beach I
; ,
Doshia and Murial Smith were .Florida. Oct .
ne week-end id At- spent 11th A D tent ,
i spent the week-end in Orlando with Mrs week-end guests of Mrs. Kidd's 1 HP Hoard of County,, COllllnl""lon.1 I AI

JII.tDI.. L. Morgan.Col. mother, Mrs. P. E. Canova. I TK of Bradford Hi'KxInn anw.mbleJ County:. : i eded Florida on ,the tnRpwlal I

I iiluivp date ordered the following 6 1

H V Knight was in Palat- Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Brownleeand nairn-H strlukcn frum the KcwlHtmtion ,I .. 6l --.J
-
-
business Sat- J. C. Adkins one of the Hooks of the said County for
I
** professional State's' daughter, Madge moved Mon- the rvH un. net opposite each mild II LAKE
foremost attorneys, was a rrpcctl\.. I I
day into their name follow, towlttrrrliift II COUNTY
K recently completed I
profession visitor to Starke Wed- >... I. lumlrr. Florida
nesday morning. bungalow on Cherry Street. HlHokl.urn 1 n I'., moved I I II + LAKE
|iF GuHtord spent the first ofreek rteai-om I lOKiher, moved k
Montn W. L.., moved I OBFFIN
Ga.
: n wultmon, on bus- Mrs. Albert Newmans Hlnm-hard.
returned U. t: moved I I rr
Mr. and Mrs. S. R Johns Miss ,
Tuesday to her home In ]lilunchard Urllc Z, moved ,
'" Annie Mae Pearce and A. E. Wall, Thompson demon. Ahbl J.. fiend i LEL'SBUQd / -
Ga., after a visit here with her I ,'rawf..r" M: R, movrilIreen
]lank nman returned this week Jr., were visiting at Daytona parents Mr. and Mrs Lester Kite. ( James, J., moved %
Beach Sunday. (tree JewMlr. moved a
!lljj: :\ a cw?< week's business. trip MK'ormltk.: I .I iimes !>., moved

Kiomi Miss Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Green are PhlllluH.PrhiKli.: K Dnnlel: move J*. d dead

Ernestine Andrews spent spending this week in Tampa with Shuns, lloliert, item!
several days last week In Jackson- Kchnell A P., moved .
E. Johns Mrs. Greene
rand Mrs. Charley brother-in-law and HikeV. \V niovvd, eW r
,visiting In Jacksonville Wed- ville as the guest of Mr. and Mrs. sister Mr. and Mrs. C. D.VII- 7'hntton, Wm.? T. moved b' ,i p' ete
I James L. Hair. liams. ThomiiH) II. J., m..veilI'rrelix't '
to.ljlri.0. No. 3, North gtarko!!
4 Italy C. n moved --- :.8 a IfN l
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph H. Cox have Hat: (' II movedIluitHN QUAINT
G Kelley and Mrs. F. II. C. A. Carver, who has operateda John, deadIturnxed
recently moved to 'The.
Bradenton
J.were visiting in Jacksonville, watch repair shop here for sev- t1. II or II. G., moved COFFEE BEAM
where Mr. Cox: Is manager of In- Flradley, (O. S., moved
f-fiesday! : spiration Ranch. eral months, left this week for Canova. J. J., movedCroebv. OCtSLAWAUAVE& ) SJ./CLL
Miami where he has accepted a : Alice, dead

,1----Wid Ruth McLendon, of Gaines- Mrs. Hazel Craft has returned to position.Mrs. 'I Cox CunovH, hoar, Dorothy, moved L.. moved &/ FOUND ALONG THE )
(',nova, K A., moved :
ly was a week-end guest of MissIjle I tier home in Avon Park after a Hee, U.V... movedHllerHon. FLORIDA

Coleman. visit here with her mother, Mrs. E. W. Armstrong, of Jacksonville Janie.. deadFryer MOST CGOOK NA V/GABLE COAST
returned to her home Mm. Julia moved I
Miriam Kickliter. Fryer Horace, moved EVERN TH/S COUNTRY
J Hra., R F Clark and son, Mer- Thursday after spending several hall Wm., movi'd

ja,of Tunnel City. N. Y., arrived Mrs. Tolbert H. Black, of Lake days here with :Misses Olive and Mart Bud",,Mary". Janie T., M moved. moved So crooked Is the OCKLAWAHA of a great cypress swamp such as cannot

tlast week for an extended vis- City, spent several days last week Amelia Ray. Harvey If.,.a., moved RIVER that although it is only about 88 otherwise be obtained in Florida.
John, H. T. moved
here with her parents, Mr. and Jones, Mary Alice" moved miles, as the crow flies, from its junction The FLORIDA COFFEE-BEAN

-- Mrs. T. N. Kendrick Miss Marjorie Stump, junior at John.Leach,, Loon Laura, moved, moved with the St. Johns to its source in Lake SHELL, so called because of a striking

11I1. S L Peek Mrs. J. M. Dar- -- Florida State College for Women, Lewis. Ronnie E. movedMorKHll Griffin, it is probably 165 miles as the resemblance to the bean of coffee,
I and Miss Frances Lee Peek Mrs. Miriam Kickliter recently was recently chosen aa assistant Huben. l i l.h, moved
Jacksonville Fri- Morrow Macon \V. moved river runs. The extreme crookedness of reaches a length of only two-thirds of an .
rre t visiting returned from a visit In Avon accompanist for the college glee
; ]Morrow MrM. Louise moved
'I, Park with her daughter Miss Dor- club. Moody, Arthur t)., moved the swift, narrow stream, makes it difficult inch. It is a unique, pinkish button-like .,

othy Claire: Kickliter. Iteynold, Jumen, leo.,, movediatrlckland movedStern to navigate in a 40 or 50-foot boat shell with a tinge of brown marked with "

|lit and Mrs. A. H. Hall had as Mrs. R. A. Green was a honorary T. Wexley, movedHtroile. The Ocklawaha, which is famous for its six black spots on the back. Strong .

.ei t guests this week his father, The Rev. and Mrs. Homer hostess at a tea given by the Josephine I'aullna 1t., movedHtrodd moved excellent fishing, affords an interior view ridges encircle It. ..
f fIn
''H. Hall, of Tampa, and E. P. Thompson of Jacksonville, were Alachua County Democratic Club, HI1.'ox. William O. dead

!id end L F. Largent of Orlana guests Wednesday evening of Mr. at the Hotel Thomas In Gainesville "Utrloklnnd. L,. W., moved the County Court Houae for I the i. !I J
H. H., movedMwlnyer
Happ, purpose of reHtnrlnff any name .rroneotmly HIS MISTAKE UK MOVED TO and moved back to town. After
and Mrs.
L. A. Davis Friday. F. O., m..v..dTYRon. .stricken from the mtldKeitlalratlon \
Wllllnrn, dead Honk TOWN two years of living In the country 4
--NAT- SEZ.I--1-----President Turner, W.Annie H moved A. J. THOMAS Clerk.Or" where In the late afternoons I
Mr. and Mrs T. J. Griffin and Wtlllama. ,*moved 10.16-It hard to find sub- could hear the cowbells
PrerlHFt >o. a. Mouth Stark It would be a ringing ascows

Miss Annie Darby spent SundayIn Albert Albert Itobert Edith,, duadHalmlen dend !\O'l'n-w MtMTKH'M HAMS I ject with more human Interest were coming up for the Bight

Roosevelt in his speech Oveido visiting Mrs. "Griffin'sbrotherinlaw J. 8.? movedBaleden Notice IM. hereby given that IIIHI..ran.I than one for which The Progres- the whippoorwills beginning to
and sister 4r. and J. H.. moved In accordance with that certain sive Farmer recently offered King and the end of the day was '
/t.r'ii. 'r
last night Mild that when he first l. ;
Mrs E. L. Jordan. Urookn, .. movedItrowulee flnnl decree of foreclomir and ale
went In office the White house Rrja L moved rendered bv: lion. U..o. Wm. Jacknonan prizes, "My Biggest Mistake In quiet and peaceful I found myself
looked like an 'emergency hospital Brownlee bam HUII'"f1. .1r., moved Judge duly dexlgnated: and: seslgned II 1035." We reproduce the letter with all the noise of the city
Canada, "roved in hat certain pending
a ) a BO full of sick business men." They Miss Mina Manasaa will return Crosby, Mm I. M., moved In Circuit Court of Bradford ravine County which was awarded the second about me at night--paying rent

',y /'I( wanted quick relief they had tohave the latter part of this week froma Iilxon Ruby, moved Florida, In Chancery, wherein M. A. prize:- buying wood and coal, buying milk

a hypodermic. lie prescribed week's visit In Atlanta with her Jinhrow Ltobrow., Wm.Mm. H Little, moved moved County)Hmlth a*Bank Liquidator. a corporation for Bradford, In "Three years ago I bought a and butter and eggs. Our living

the beat> medicine he knew" of. brother-in-law and sister Mr. and rml.f'h; Mr=. Jo,eph, dead plaintiff, and Lorenao Ureen IM defendant small farm Intending: some day to expenses have just about doubled
Mont of them have gotten well. .., moved the undersigned. riueclitl
Mrs. J. P. Burns. and I believe I
OrlfflK, Imrothy.' moved Mauler will Hell to the highest tilddf move to It. Two years ago I was can truthfully say
Some of them have forgotten how Orlffln, i irvllle J. movedOelKer. >r for canh, during. the legal hour laid off Job and my first our biggest mistake In 1935: was t
Rupert T., moved of Hale on Monday, November 2nd, my
sick they were and are flxln to Miss Rosalind Jacobs, Miss Ruth Howard. H. N. dead IBM al the Mouth front door of the thought was to move to our farm moving from our farm back to .,

throw their crutches at the doc- Sternberg Miss Dorotohy Sapp, Hooper, II. A., moved county coiirthfHiHM In Hlarka Florida and cut out Home of our expenses. town. Providence permitting It Is
Mnrrell J. W. moved the following\ chattel, to-wlt!
tor. Miss Ernestine Andrews and Mrs. Jonen, loWltt C., moved Four young" heifers frum the dairy I will admit It was tough going for a inlntake I nm going to rectify In

H. C. Brown were visiting in JoneH. "Frank dead. herd of Lorenio Green now In the awhile, getting adjusted to living another twelve months"
Jones, Ada H, moved prtHHpMnlon of Hald eelnl Master;
Gainesville, Sunday. JohnHon 1) J moved and, ale John, ('. C.. d,>ad dencrlbed In the final decree aforvHHld bus came right by the house, there Christian Church *
ic I Jones Wlllln Ailu, moved consisting of the dairy herd i
l STin SHOES Dr. and Mrs. M. B. Herlong;, who Kahr, ChrlHtlnv. moved of Lnrenan Green aforenald except was a church close to us, and we
for have been residents of .Ion...., n. T.. moved the 45 cattle previously: cold :by mild bought a second-hand car. I gota A. J. Travis pastor of the
years Lewlfl, MrM. Mllle, moved Special Master), of which' xald Hpocial Christian Church, announces ,
6tyt C1HIDKENtv Jacksonville moved Tuesday into I.pwlH. it. Kirk, moved Master may: have PUHH. ..HV|"II at job nearby and my son did tho Hampton
you their newly purchased home on MIti-hell Jatnex M., deadMnnden the time of such sale. farming and did pretty well. Sunday services there as
NEW William, moved A. O. ANUKKlt+: ,
follows: Bible School 10 a. m.,
"But in the fall of 1035 I
North Walnut Street. Malphurn. J. moved Hiicclal, Master beganto
... shoes :Maple*. M .L. moved KNIOI1T A KNtfJIlT) think I could do a little betterIn morning worship 11 a. m.. evening
better DRESSESArriving Moore, It o Attorneys for Plaintiff
for The Woman's Missionary Socie- McMillan.: h.t.f. :, moved tu-18-at-l.aO( town, so I rented out the place worship. 7:30: p. m.
MrMlllan, <'h .la. movedPrevntt. ..
growing feet! ty of the Methodist Church will .I.. <>
Daily meet Monday afternoon, at three Parrlfh. Hobt K.. moved Notice In hereby: given to all concern
o'clock at the church. Business PowellJlre I Lucy! dead cil that the city Council of the
; \l WLtTIIEiI-OIIUL Kobliixon .1 <" ,. moved. city of xmrke< Florida' Ktlnit an aflonrd WHY YOU SHOULD USE THAT GOOD
and program meeting.A RoblnHoii. Wm L moved of l'I""I1..r.! ) : on TiieHdnyOctober .
SI1UEJ..falaoup KeddlKh Mabln M, movedIteddlHh (1th. A. 1) tine) mode thefollowing
V1\ .1' laDie than Carrie' M., mov..1n..Ih. changes In the tax naerasment GULF GASOLINE THAT'S SPECIALLY t
1
most interesting meeting of Myrtle R., moved roll a* filed by the City
( IYPyfytlYf y'taraI KohliiHon. Mm \V. J., moved
the W. C. T. U. will be held with ReddlHh, I. J moved Tax Assessor for 19a8. REFINED FOR OCTOBEROf
I + rcwd moved Notice IK further given I that the
yty J II. Jr./
3:00 Kitch
Mrs. H. Q. Kemp on Friday at :
Hitch Lola H moved City Council will at a meeting to haheld l
p. m. with Mrs. Kemp as leader. RoMHlirnol, I'uoc'ne C.., moved on the JtOth day of October at

Friends of the cause always wel- Kohler. Ellis: moved, moved, o'clock the City I*. M Illrh Htarke from at all\ inch 1 30 I course you want "top" mileage and performance. from your
hole Hert.
1 come. H"ocl.tt'r. o A. moved owner or agentr. n* desire to appear ear and tho way to get Oil lit l>y imlng Cliilfn KiuolliiA for Octo- .
and fllo complaint am to the
II., doiidHpencer .
1e & : Mis3esS74ccfu2 Hulllvan, It.Itlley\\ moved valuatlonH a* fixed by I the ald Iwr. If you don't firm n fuel nix-dully made for till* season of '

Miss Pauline Priest, who has strlikland. rt:,.rae W., dead Board reason of why K'luallaern the I valuation..hould and hear anv the year, part of your gunollnn goes out through your exhauwt,

been In Jacksonville for the past Hearlntr.Smith Kirby(tile uh moved! moved be chan -...,. unburned, \vu ted. Gulf gOHollnn IK ,nMrlally| refined to give you
: of lot 1 & Iota S, B T of blk
business K't .
three months taking a
medThomas
TIIIU) ft all of It
maximum In Oi-tolx-r f(0t'Itto
Thoni.iH, C., moved .16 iH ft 22 Original Town of perforninnrn tengwraturea|
course at Maasey Business College Thoman.V J moved Ktarke. Shell Petroleum. Corp fromI4D00.04 work none of It goes to waste Have money by lining
returned to her home here last TIM Bruce T. moved. tn aeooo.oo.Hloek
I,. K. movedTaylor. ill a* extended on Knmfy THAT iMI (1CI.P OASOMNK.
Thomas : i
week.
Map. 28 6 J2. OrlKlnnl Town ofMtarke
II|P<,"II'IA.., moved .
Hlllf IteflnlnK Co., from
Tonillnxon, ('. T., movedTurner.
Mr. -and Mrs.-J. M. Alvarez and H V.\v ,moved 0.. dead ITIMIO.OO The Great to |flood.Atlantic on. & Pacific Tea t
Tomllniion)
NEW\ DEAL SERVICE STATION
Bill Graham spent Sunday in WIlNon thin moved ( 0. 00.Tha Pernonal. from 175000 to II001 ,-

I Jacksonville with )(1'. and :Mrs. W. W"hh, Mary. C. H Po.., movedWalters moved American 011 Co. Per..onalfrom .

Snarl.ymmgpeopie P. Randall. Mrs. Alvarez remained Whltfleld, 1.. J.., movedI'reHnrt $I(Xiooo to 1150000. IiriiKRT I'KIEHT, Manager !.
... %.. 4. OrahamKlnard. Fruit Growers Kxpremi Co. Personal J"I I
L for a longer visit with her son- from 181.00 to 1100.00.
vrrrl !.ete a.'d s. II II. movedKinnard
Hhell 1'.1 roleum Corp Personal.
in-law and daughter.Miss Marifuerlta H., moved
It ,dtJ tatetuhy. Precinct M<.. IW- llamutoaRellany from imn.iio to $05000.Southern .
z I 1> n. dead hell il"fr 'bn'3t4. Telegraph -
.ey're Evelyn Stump of High Cheaiier, Dnnnle, moved (;'o. I n 00 to

l.eu..le, $2.25'I r1h. Springs, spent the week-end here rrlbhi KaMIn,, Emma.:ul... moved moved 11600.00.Sinclair I Refining. Co. Penonal OPEN FORBUSINESS
Mr. and Mra.o'. from 1570.00 to 11(0000.
with her parents (leiHer. I- moved
,.. ., Western Union Telegraph. Co.
B., movedHnwell.
afternoon, Mills Hunt, Mr P. .
er. F Stump. Sunday 'layton moved Personal from ro18.00 to 11600.00
Stump accompanied by her parents IlarrlHon. O U. movedKennard Beaboard! Air Line Hallway Co.
to $23Chairman ,-
Personal from $16,660.00
Jam B moved
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returned to High Springs.
Kennard: Mrs: J. ft., moved 734.00.
+ W. L WALL.
moved
STYLES Lester General CouncilCity
WONDERFUL Friends of Col. D. E. Knight will McOruder, Moanlle K.. moved of Htarke City, Florida

: $3.95 be pleased to know that he Is able McOruder McOulrn, ,W J. H.T,, moved movedMcOuIre Attest: CARL JOHN I. We Are Now Fully Equipped To Paint,

$2:98 to be out again after being confined I MrV.. T., dead City Clerk
101I3t10"0Yellowstone Renew and
Robert .J\ln. Murtlc, movedSaxon Upholstery Complete
for the past
to his home
!Hmlth;! B J., dead Park
$4.95 $6.95 month due to injuries sustained Will T. moved National Body Service.

when he was struck by a truck Turner.Shaw, Eva.Mr' moved Avm moved an area of 3,433 square mile.

i la spite of all theee trailer. William. A. M., deadTerlnrt .

eelra feiiare > NONH.iprerlnet( Ma- f S Large numbers of cheep calves, WE ALSO PAINT AND REUPHOLSTER -

the COST IS LOWISWEATERS ) Mr. and :Mrs W. L. Edwards and No f N_ Rive and colt are killed by porcupines. "
O.oar. dead FURNITURE. %
Fredrika. and Mrs. Atbrltton
little daughter -
John. L. M, oeadLlndxey
Frank G. Bauknight, of Jackson- W K. moved Scientists believe coal will be a

\ COATS ville, were week-end guests of Mrs.Edwards' l.ln.l.ey, ..Fannte.... s..( Brwiker movedPrerlitef Florida future source of paint. WE HAVE THE BEST EQUIPPED

and Mrs. Bauknlght'sparents Jirown, Henry moved .
Mr. and Mrs. W. Brown, Mr. hell. moved PAINT SHOP IN TOWNPACKHAM'S
fOR THE WHOLE FAMILY A BIG SELECTIO.VAIX Brown Wr*. W, I.., moved John LjTnan. former Stanford
SIZES-FKOM Struth. H'j JiavU. John R., moved shot-putter was an assistant at
W Edward moved
I Elmer Hobb Mary E., dead tache at the Olympic Village, Ber
50c $6.95IT Mrs. Charles Simpson Mr. and John. M mU. moved lin.

to $4.50 Mrs.Gainesville S. J. Walker were the and guests small son Fridayof of I Nettle Mond Morgan W.Etta U.,w moved. movedCIlrer moved manufacturedten PAINT SHOPHERBERT

If the gasoline
Mr. and Mra. J. W. Edwards. Man.L. moved .
W. TACKIIAM.
Mgr.To
TO ATSTERNBERG'S Roblnon (in", movedltalney. years ago were used In a mod-
PAYS TIDY They were accompanied home by J ElUa, moved engine the motor the Anderson HUljr. between the New Deal Service Station
) em airplane
:Mrs. Simpson's mother, Mrs. Jose moved And Stern' Oarage.
Waters, LA.f..ismovedThe would tear itself to pieces. If It rana
who has been visiting -
phlne Edwards Board will) convene Friday, : alL -
here for several week October ZJrd., at,10:0: o'clock A. M. a
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. MISSION! HALL I to grow w,'
-- arv I it i ,lI
1
,- ,. -.. 17'."<-, 1iIl Interest In FarmOwnership 2i ..-. -.. --.- -ii-= J- 1 The Bible Study meetings held I longed but list, ?

. ,, the Mission the end often m ?
RenewedRenewed from week to week at
I I getting refein, .
(01''i.l
,: : Hall continue to grow in attend- study ..
j Interest in the farm : LIVE STATE NEWS ance and Interest. No one seems I

Ir, ;{':+f FARMERS SECTIONLConducted ownership Is reflected In the Increased study The was subject"Th I".." .


by Demonstration Agents (I tracts by number the Federal of miles Land of Bankof farm News of Florida in Short Paragraphs A Three Days' CoughIs and And the Its teacher Relation i J., i "" J t'',

Columbia, S. C., according to an :.41'''. ',.
Your Danger SignalNo \\1'
scripture where
I announcement by Julian H. Scarborough II is to follow its it b< <;; ,,. \\0

I president who said that matter how many medicines ending
the months of -- you have tried for your It was an intensph! ,
during July. Augustand -I you can ''II', ,?,
cold or bronchial irritation, topic and with 'stJn
the bank made cuii.
September 1- n
I WILL BUY CITRUS TO HONOR LOFTIN
I get relief now with Creomulslon. 'Pt
011 sales of farm tracts for total in one hand and Bmk. .,
a "
Serious trouble be brewing and .
Hints To Housewives RURAL LAKELAND-Florida'* citrus ST. AUGUSTINE recognition may lth
of 162959381. In the same cannot afford to take a chance many things of vita)
M you '
I industry has the assurance of for his services for this community ?'aD
COMMON SENSE three months of 1935, there were with anything less than Creomul may be learned
Jesse W. Tapp, assistant AAA administrator as well as for the State ot
lion, which right to the seat
from Home Demonstration .- 368 sales made for a total of $762913 ,- goes
Weekly the federal govern- Florida, United States Senator of the trouble to aid nature to Again there was th, ,I !Ided
tie
Specialist*, Tallahassee. By SPUDS JOHNSON .59. ment will buy surplus crops. Scott M. Loftln will be invited to soothe and heal the Inflamed mem- of something special ,? \

During the first nine months of St. Augustine by the City CommIssion branes as the germ-laden phlegm duet: W.U guitar music;

GUAVA JUICE FOR JELLY BEEF CATTLE INDUSTRY the present year Mr. Scarborough SALES UP to speak at a luncheon to be Is Even loosened if and other expelled.remedies have two ac "III
by sisters MiJ
of
MAKES RAPID STRIDES said 1,967 sales had been made fora OCALA-Real estate sales totaling given in his honor. The affair will failed don't be discouraged, yourdruggist th

Acid and not over-ripe fruit FORWARD IN FLORIDA total of $3,267,232.79 this figure : $669,000 In the first nine be held on a date approved by the is authorized to guarantee group. ,
being quite in excess of figures for Creomulslon and to refund your On next Tuesday
should be selected. Perhaps at no time In the long the first nine months of last year. months of this year the largest senator. money If you are not satisfied with e.-mtng 'Ti! ;

Wash guavas thoroughly and history of cattle raising in Florida The farms are located In the statesof volume since the boom were re- RESUME UOKKTALLAHASSEE results from the very first bottle Dead That Walk And THh WIll,,, \ )
cut Into pieces. To one pound of made ported by the Ocala Real Estate Get Creomulslon right now. (Adv.) discussed. ,
has the beet Industry as rap- North Carolina, South Carolina -The Florida
add of water. Boil Board.
fruit one quart
Id progress as it Is now experiencing. Georgia and Florida.In Border Patrol which turned back .
kettle for 30 min- .
gently in a deep --
From every section of the the month of this 50,000 persons last year was ordered -
July
utes or until soft with occasional year PTA DOLL HOUSEST. DRINK
4 stirring. Remove from fire strain state come reports of better beef 333 sales were made for a total of by Gov. Dave Sholtz to resumeits WE BUY11008CATTLE
of Florida CLOUD-Thirty-five different -
cheesecloth bag then animals. The quality $507,526.69; In August. 309 sales task of heading off jobless
through beef Is vastly improved, and fat nationalities are represented in wanderers. The patrol becomes
Heat were made for a total of $498-
clean flannel bag.
a
through Imme- calves from this state are now en- 079.90; and in September, 369 a doll house here which is spon- effective next week. Motor pa- AND
to simmering,
Juice pour tering the big Eastern markets on sored by the Parent-Teacher asso at state
into hot sterile containers. sales were made for a total of trolmen will be assigned COW HIDES
diately ciation. The oldest doll of 175:
an equal basis with those from on stations highwaysto AT
line principal
623987.36, Mr. Scarborough said. on
15: minutesat
Seal and process quarts Midwestern states. Florida cattle- exhibit is 120 years old. and WE WHOLESALE MEATS:
simmering Store in cool dark The number of farm purchasersin stop unemployed persons
place. It is recommended that men are prqfitlng as -result of Georgia was greater than in advise them there are no surplus Ask For Our Smoked SausageAt LUNCH RECESS:

Juice for making Jelly be canned, this improvement and are receivIng any of the other three states 151: LOOTS TRUCK GETS 20 YEARS Jobs in the state. The :Markets! and Grocers AFTER

stored and made into Jelly only as top prices for their best beef.; farms having been sold In that KISSIMMEE A. M. Martin You Will Be Pleased With It. SCHOOL
There are four principal reasons state for a total of $278,021.91; in alias Jack Beallieu was convictedby INDICTED IN WALKER DEATH
needed.
Guava Juice for PunchA why this is so. The cattle fever Nor t h Carolina seventythreefarms a criminal court jury and sen- CROSS CITY-Mark Hampton ODOM&LAWSONOpposite STARKE COCArOLABOTTLING
tick has been eradicated from most tenced to twenty years Imprison- Boston of Alachua County was Indicted -
sold for total of
were a S. A. L. Ily. Depot.
Juice canned for Jelly making of the state better bred animals $120,884.45; in South Carolina, ment In connection with the loot- on a charge of first degree co.

purposes must not contain sugar. have been introduced into the seventy-eight farms were sold for Ing of a freight truck near Kia- murder and his uncle J. C. Boston

Juice Intended for punch, however herds, more and better feeding has a total of $108,428; and in FlorIda slmmee last summer. was indicted on a charge of second a

may contain sugar in the proportion been practiced and mineral deficiencIes sixty-five farms were sold fora degree murder here for the slayingof FUNERAL DIRECTOR

of 1-8 to 1-2 cup per quart have been overcome. total of $116,652 VOTES TO UNIFORMTALLAHASSEEThe State Highway Patrolman R.

If dent red. In addition, pieces of The fever tick has been a Commission E. Walker, Jr. Walker and Dr.V.. My Many Years Espt'rlt'neefakes It Possible for Me to lender
the fruit itself cut small 1-2 cup Many of the sales now being killed
scourge of the cattle industry for of Game and Fresh Water E. Boston were here Aug. EFFICIENT, PROMPT and COURTEOUS SERVICE
of from
made to
to a quart to be served In the are young men of shots
31 during an exchange
years-no one seems to know just of Fish at its recent meeting held in MODERATE PRICES
add considerable Interest twenty-five to thirty-five years I
punch officers attempt
which followed the -
when the tick did become estab- age, who have studied improved Tallahassee voted to uniform the DeWITT C. JONES
to the product. to arrest the three Bostonsfor
lished in Florida. Calves that were farming methods, Mr. Scarborough conservation officers the law en-' Starke Florida
GUava Jelly
their truck with Improper -
operating
raised la tick-infested territory be- said and who realize that with returning forcement division of the Commission -
Put 2 quarts of Juice Into an 8- lights.COLLECTED.
came immune to tick fever but not The khaki uniform was
prosperity only a good
or 10-quart aluminum boiler and small In size and did not develop for this .
were
adopted purpose.
be made RATTLERS
but on ON
livIng money can BOREE FUNERAL
bring to a boll. When Juice beginsto into best quality beef. Ma- -. HOME
the farm with cotton corn tobacco CLEARWATER County com-
boll, add 2 quarts o( sugar and ture animals brought in from out- peanuts fruits and other crops ASKS PASTOR'S AID missioners were surprised to find a Full line of Caskets Si Undertakers Supplies
stir untU dissolved. When thor-
side in efforts to Improve the AMBULANCE SERVICE
I bringing better prices. JACKSONVILLEConrad Van on rattlesnakes
new $1 bounty
oughly dissolve, strain Juice DAY AND NIGHT
contracted tick fever

breeding soon
Hyning state commissioner of So- snakes than did
--- brought in more
quickly through two thicknesses of and died. With the pest erad- FARMERS: NOW AT TASK cial welfare has asked clergymento the former $2 reward. Nearly 200 53 PHONE 53
cheesecloth to foreign
remove any icated pure-bred and good quality OF PLANTING SEVENTY aid in a campaign for ratification 'snakes were turned 'In during the G. H. BENNETT, Mgr.\
Return to fire at once
so particles.the boiling may continue with- animals are rapidly becoming more TONS OF INTER PEAS of a proposed amendmentto first three weeks of September, as "A HOME-LIKE INSTITUTION"For

out further interruption. COOK numerous. the Constitution permittingstate contrasted with 84 presented for

RAPIDLY. No simmering shouldbe With improvement in breedinghas OAINESVILLEApproxlmatelyseventy appropriations Insuring participation bounty during all of August when r.

allowed, since slow cooking, as come the establishment of per- tons of Austrian winter In the national social security the $2 reward was still offered.

In making preserves tends to manent pastures of Improved pea seed will be planted by farm- program. The county paid $5,486 on snake

darken the product and destroy the grasses and production of feed ers in sixteen north and northwes- bounties in the past fiscal year. Expert RepairingSmith's

pectin causing the Jelly to be less crops particularly silage. Trench tern Florida counties within the MAN BRINGS OWN FIRE .
silos are now numerous in many next few weeks according to J. HONORARY WARDENSTALLAHASSEEOn
\ firm when finished. Cook rapidly ST. PETERSBURG E n g me
"to 228 deg. F. counties, while only a very few Lee Smith district agent with the company number 1 of the local request of
years ago there were none In Flor- State Agricultural Extension Service fire reported the most the United States Forestry Service -
department
Read the thermometer accurately Ida. The ranges are being fenced, accommodating customer of the seventy employees of this ser- GaragePhone
by having the eye on a level and cattle are being given dally attention vice have been appointed as hon
Eignty-six thousand pounds of He brought his fire to the
year.
with the 228 deg. mark Stir the to control orary game wardens of the Com-
screw worms. '
the seed have been distributed fire station. The loud honking of
Jelly: Just before reading the ther- mission of Game and Fresh Water
mometer and hold in center of kettle Salt sick, sweeny and other min- among farmers during the past. an auto horn aroused firemen at an Fish and empowered to enforce 120
eral deficiencies handicapped the fortnight and an additional 50,000 early hour and an unidentified motorist -
228 mark is
the
As soon as the State Game laws As these
industry for many years. Investi- pounds will be needed for extensive I shouted that his cat was in
from the
the Wrecker
reached, remove jelly honorary deputies work in cooperation Service Day or Night
gators of the Florida Experiment under
cover crop plantings now lames. Chemicals extinguishedthe
fire and pour into Jelly glasses. If I with the State Conservatory i I
Station discovered the causes of fire with a loss of about $23.
Is not used boll '
a thermometer Officers their assistance will be : -
way.Most
these troubles and It Is now possi- I
' until the syrup will sheet oft the of the seed is being planted COMPARES immediately felt in the several national i
ble for the cattleman and
easily
This is the Jelly by farmers who are diverting DICTATORS
edge of a spoon. forests in the State. This
test. The final sheet should tear cheaply to supply the needed min- acreage from soil-depleting cropsto LAKELAND Hitler is the fine cooperation from the United I

off along the edge of the spoon, not erals. this soil-conserving crop in cooperation -, weakest dictator and Stalin Is the States Forestry Service will\ greatly SLEEP

f In drops, but In a distinct piece. Better quality beef, well flavored with the Agricultural strongest, Dr. Ludd M. Spivey strengthen law enforcement. \\

Jelly glasses should be boiled and well marbled Juicy and tender Soil Conservation Program. For president of Florida Southern .

Just before use. Place clean glasses has followed rapidly. Cattle- each acre of crop land they seed In College, said in discussing travelsof NEW COURSE AT UNIVERSITY

In a pan pour hot water over men know that It is profitable to Austrian winter peas before Octo- the past summer In twelve GAINESVILLE-The Universityof .

and into each until completely full. produce this kind of beef, for it ber 31, cooperating farmers will countries. Dr. Spivey attributed Florida now has a course designed -

Bring to a boil and allow to boll sells at top prices when the buyer receive $1. For each 100 poundsof Hitler's weakness to three factors to develop one's sense of hu- F

gently until the Jelly is ready to comes around. superphosphate they apply to -lack of education neurotic tem- mor. The catalogue lists the courseas

I pour. Then lift glasses from water The Florida Fat Stock Show and these plantings prior to October perament and control by munitions "Types of Humorus Literature" _

with long fork or spoon dipped Sale in Jacksonville held annually 31, they will receive 50 cents also. manufacturers. with appropriate credits but W E.

In boiling water. Empty glasses In March beginning in 1935 has If the Agricultural Soil Conserva- Moore, instructor said the study

quickly by shaking out the water; added impetus to the movement. It tion Program continues in 1937 CII.\NGES PERSONNEL has the following aim: "To developthe

never wipe'or touch Inside with the has helped to convince cattlementhat with the same provisions as it did JACKSONVILLE- Several per- student's ability to view life

hands. Fill them full with the hot they can produce good quality this year they will receive $1.50 sonnel changes in the Works Prog- from the stand-point of the spec-

' Jelly. Allow to cool for 1 or 2 minutes animals and that these animals for each acre of Austrian winter ress administration are announcedby tator at a comedy to perceive the ,

i ,. then skim with a thin spoon. sell well. There is every reasonto peas they plow under next spring. E. A. Pynchon, state director. : comic elements in situations and

When cold fill glass with a layer believe that Florida cattlemenwill The program for 1936 is scheduled Herbert Reck Key West director, In people without being upset by

"''of'hot paraffin (not merely melt- expand production of feeder to end on October 31. Pro- was sent to Orlando, and Howard them, and above all, to recognizethe

ed) and close with hot, dry Jelly cattle to supply feeders in this and viding the 1937 program is the Lee Orlando director, was named comic elements in himself."

srlasa cover. Keep in a dry cool other states.SOUTHEASTERN. same, farmers who seed Austrian state director of safety. Roy F. .

1 place. The function of the-paraffin FORESTERSTO winter peas and apply superphos- Goodman took over the Key West HUMAN REPAIR SHOP

I is to exclude air from the sur- MEET AT TALLAHASSEE phate to the crop after October 31 directorship. A. J. McKay Orlando A great many people, otherwise

f 'face of the Jelly which inhibits the ON OCTOBER 17TH AND 18TH will receive $1 and 50 cents respectively was appointed state direc- well posted about their state, do

.(. growth of molds and retards or for their cooperationnext tor of operations. not realize that we have what

prevents evaporation. GAINESVILLE Southeas- fall. They will also receive might be termed a human repair

If Jellies are to be marketed, tern Section of the Society of Am- $1.50 an acre for plowing under the OFFICERS SEEK DRIVER shop in Florida. To be sure, a rt

containers with an air-tight seal erican Foresters has been calledto crop. These payments, dependingon MARIANNA-Police are search- great many hospitals might be giv- ,

: should be used. In this case, the meet In Tallahassee on October the nature of the program in Ing for a hit and run driver they en that name since so many miracles -

covers must be applied while the 17 and 18 by Prof H. S. Newins 1937, will not be made until next said ran over and seriously: injured of healing are accomplishedwithin

jellies are boiling hot and of 'chairman of the group. An Interesting fall while farmers seeding and fertilizing Wilson McQuagge state road their walls but we are

: course no paraffin .is needed. I program. Including a boat Austrian winter peas be- department employee who was directing thinking specifically of the Florida
r trip down the St. Marks River anda fore October 31 will receive their traffic from a newly paved Medical Center at Venice where ..

TRAINSCJlEDULE trip around some forest projectsIn payments for their cooperation late highway through a detour near Dr. Fred H. Albee noted bone specialist -

Leon County has been planned.The this fall Mr. Smith says. here. McQuagge, found hurt about is drawing people who need '

Our schedule changes Sunday business session will be held midnight when another employee I Just the kind of attention that can NIGHT BUSFor

;, April 26, and trains will run as follows aboard the boat. SIITIID"ISE: CROP went to relieve him, is suffering I be given them there.

: Wm. F. Jacobs, district forester OF OATS FOR SPRING from head and body injuries be- The Miami Herald Is immensely

Southbound with the State Forest Service will FEED FOR LIVESTOCK sides leg and arm*fractures. proud of this attraction for South restful sleep thai males you feel refreshed upon arrival at your

,No 1-Due Starke 11:31: P.M. conduct the group around; Leon Florida, and puts emphasis on the destination choose) a Florida Motor Lines bus. Enjoy complete relaxation

I: No. 15: -Due Starke 5:12: P.M. County Saturday afternoon, show- GAINESVILLE avoid having FT. MYERS FIRST SETTLER fact that Venice is not very far In an individual deeply cushioned chair-more comfortable

,4 No. 107-Due Starke B:12A.M. ing them forestry activities In- to buy feed next spring, farmers FORT MYERS--The only liv- removed from the Magic City. After than your favorite easy' chair at home-reclined to a position lo soilyour

111, Northbound cluding fire protection, planting in the northwestern part of ing "first settler" tf Fort Myers Is nearly a decade of stagnation own comfort. All lights out so you can enjoy starlit skies .

5 No. 2-Due Starke 4:53.11.t : pruning planted stands and cat- Florida should plant winter oats Mrs. Mary E. Gonzalez Stewart !, following the boomtime period it the cooL clean atmosphere oi the out-of-doors without any stuliy.at

No. 16-Due Starke 10:38 A.M. tle and pine trees on the same area. according to J. Lee Smith district whose parents-pioneer tourists- seems that Venice is coming back. popular pent-up prices feeling, ? a hoi breakfast at a clean inviting tea room

No. 108-Due Starke :5:15P.M.: Committee appointments for the agent with the State Agricultural first looked on this place by the Even Miami clamors for attention

Starke and Wannee Branch Southeastern Section will be made Extension Service. gulf seventy years ago last May. and wants to draw attention to the There's no premium bus ,:;
|'No. 101-Leaves Starke 7:00: A. M. by Chairman Newins who la headof Pointing out that teed will prob- Mrs. Stewart observed her 72nd fact that Venice and. Miami are on sleep by ,

,[No. 102-Arrives Starke 1:50 P. M. the department of forestry In ably be high next spring Mr. birthday anniversary October 1. within calling distance, although 106 Reduction Round Trip Tickets ;
;a Daily except Sundays. the University of Florida Collegeof Smith urges farmers !in that sec She was two when she and her the exact distance is 205 miles. on

T J. GRIFFIN. Agriculture. Other officers of tion to harvest all the late cow- brother came here with their par- Such is fame!-St.:Augustine Rec JACKSONVILLE: ____ 80 CHICAGO __I ______H."0 I

the group include W. M. Oettmelr, peas they have cut the velvet bean ents, Capt. and Mrs. Manuel Gonzalez ord. LAKE MIAMI CITY-----_________1.15 580: CINCINNATI ___-__H3)

NOTirn' OF APPIIOTIOVIWH : forester with the Superior Pine vines and store them, and make Others in the pioneer party ORLANDO -- KNOXVILLE ----:-- 8.05
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TAX I>UKI> ......... -------- 2.60
I 411..e HIM No. lea) Products Company of Fargo, Georgia sugarcane silage or save the tops were Mrs. Stewart's uncle John GAINESVILLE ._____ .50 TALLAHASSEE ______ 2,90

:;That NOTICM A. J Griffin IS HEREBY bolder oOIY.Eri vice-chairman; and C. H. Coulter for roughage. Weatherford and Mr. and Mrs. 6 6 6 MalariaI. TAMPA ___________ 2.60 SAVANNAH _______ 335
assistant Florida state forester He also stresses the fact that John Vivas. They were the first / a dire
Tax Certificate No. 600 Issued the WEST PALM BEACH 8.10 AUGUSTA ________ 5.30
, 6th day of September IX 193.J, secretary oats planted in the fall will afford white settlers of Fort Myers.
rrtc". ; COLDSHarm ATLANTA __ ______ 7.05UNION :
has mad filed application mime In my and deed ha to* The Society of American For- feed for stock. In addition to this, _____ 8.60 CHARLOTTE

be Issued n.tur8ldta'r I a esters has over 3,000 members. Its the oats will provide covering for BIDS RECEIVEDTALLAHASSEE SAL TOJ. _TAIII.KTS NOSH H.fire......dar... SO BUS TERMINAL

It property embrace.In the the following County of Bradford described annual meeting will be held at the land prevent leaching of plant -A bid of $129- DROPS MI..'.. O. L. BEASLEY, Agent

H!State of Florida to-wit: Portland, Oregon, December 14- food, and hold the soil together 897 by the L. Knabb Construction Try ""It.-M"-TI.-W.Llal.e.tA Beet Opposite Court House

West Section Half Z3 of Township South-Eaet II South Quarter -, 16. during the rainy winter and early Company of Macclenny was re- --

Range :23 Kant, containing 80 spring.. ported the lowest received for

The acre assessment more or leu.I of .the said property It is said that 040 species of building thirteen miles of graded BETTER LAXATIVE ,

I I,:.' under the said certificate Issued grass grow in the Southern states. United States built and owns the earth roadway to eliminate two lint.Prompt there,.). i .aj. t I h
non-Mpeelllof. .eehabltrormin.i -
I. was In the name of Lyman O. P.et.Unlees Panama Canal, but more foreign- grade crossings In Volusla County. t quick and
.ald certificate .hall be redeemed -
to take -
according to law, the prop- owned vessels make passage thruIt The project is between DeLeon ton eae to '...... As ,modern with aseclinee a REDCIIOss. 1
erty described therein will be sold ARMOURS: BIG CROP annually than do American Springs and Connersville and will cm make It. That
to the highest bidder at the) court- FERTILIZERS & FERTILIZER la Red Oren Laiatlre Tab-
1.house dour on the first Monday In MATERIALSBig ships. relocate the present highway to let*.The famous Red Oroae +
I the month of November IBJg. which avoid railroad tracks. A low bid mark on the package Idrow
[.if the 2nd day of November 1V36. \ Cash l Discount to I auar....... Only site.
Dated this 17th day of September Commiwlon Merchants! and Addition of tetraethyl lead to of $79,220 by the W. L. Cobb Con- .Y.. treatment eample onrequest. !!\t
i9ad. gasoline has cut the amount of struction Company was received;I : Write R.d Crcwe rAat.U=
Farmers AssociationsJ. I' Reroedlee. Oept. 10.
SEAL)
""'tClFJ'ICIAL A..1. THOMAS, fuel used in a big plane on a trans- For construction and surfacing!, rackaonrllte. .,... makers '
Cleric of Circuit Court L. IIAIUELL.gent Atlantic flight by as much as 250 three miles of state road No. 2 of Bed 0.oliled.. I
Luwtey, Fla. Croee Rub for Mnaea Ij
of Bradford County .10rl<1&18lIt1O11 J 1-
'- gallons. ; from Zolfo Springs to Wauchula. raja, Red_Orges_CUU_aoi snt.T3ola j


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.itUY. OCTOBER' 1::1936I !'==' ;:!: r YV er, "'r"-.. "

R.'Pn. 8TARIUS. FLOWTOA '
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-- __ SAMUEL ARE \VK WHAT WE EAT DE7"1CI: ,4UDITORIUbh- .
NOpKIN'S
,
CHURCH AOAMS'.fMlron AS THE
BAPTIST SCIENTIST SAYS? t
t1JtST TAMPA Earl Browder Communist

Pas tor
C B. Wee candidate for president, BEASLEY'S SERVICE STATIONWe
lJlldaY School, 10 o'clock a. m.. x There i are interrattng possibilities will not be allowed to use the municipal
Supti in the claim that we are what '
Thomas IbP \ auditorium for
+ a political
a. m. we eat. j' Handle Cold Drinks Standard Can.
, &SWfeK I \ ppm.l MT0.0.gOte'41'NMAYEII 9kAY. speech One other attempt to --

J i : 1:30: p. m. Y uAtsE RAINES feller Dr. foundation Victor O Helser of Rocke speak here this year was blocked and Oil-Atlas Tires, Tubes and Batteries.
1 makes the claimin when Browder found a padlock on

t & bleating< Wedner connection with the story of a the hall where be was to speak BUS STATIONBEASLEY'S

C 7'15: p. m.g Chapter One you come to this wretched 'magic I'rowtlpowder used by Browdei'a arrangement' committee -
Weay place
service -
d. eek Prayer --and alone!" Japanese to increase atature. The had tentatively set Oct 23: aa

8 p. "> It was a Tues "Sit story got Into the newspapera and the date for hla second attempt to SERVICE STATIONOpp.

u.Y u.h -Church day in the year ging at down his sleeve."We're replied. Peggy, tug Dr. Helser explained it In ColUers' speak They petitioned the alder-

Methodise of grace 1823 manic board to allow use of the Court House Phone
60
c fIe\ M, Montgomery< Pastor. and that meant leaving at once," he re To appeaae the aensltl Japan municipal auditorium The board .

I I ; ;day School-10 a. m. s 1 a ve market plied. ese, an Oriental scientist groundup referred the matter to the mayor. -.- -,- .... -

y lorIIl1Ig worsWp-Jl a. m.fYworthW 1 day In Wash "If you don't sit down, I'll makea fish which contained vitamins' "No Tampa public building will be .

e : i rs6pa,6:45 p. m. ''I, ; 1 ington. No nth scene," she replied. "It'd never do missing In the island diet and the available for a talk by Earl Brow-
I'
( 7:30: p. m. er form of en tor the illustrious Senator from natives sprinkled the powder over der" was the reply of Mayor R. B. .
SINCLAIR H-C LEADS I IN
TW are invited: to all these aerv- tertainment In Virginia to cause a rumpus would their food as seasoning. Since the I L. Chaacey.

the capital itT" short stature of the Japanese evidently :
L city
Church i exerted quite so John Randoolph complied. Lilac was caused by a lack of developing a star football player r _... _-

Fre8 hytertan ._ _I ".. much popular was sold for three hundred dollars theso vitamins, the remedy was could feed hia boy-child on pug
H. Lowry. Minister slrrple. It naclous fare. But parents anxious
George was claimed that Japanese W
to
Mv appeal. Admission a sallow, sly-faced trader and
School
10.00 a m.Sabbath wad free, action Cree. children thus fed grew heavier to'develop well-behaved children
continuous a tall muscular broad-ahoul f r

A M.-Morning: Worship; drama and taller than others. could follow the Sikh pattern of ;
'. 11:00: and comedy intermingled in dered youth was next In line He l
b) the pastor. Even more Interesting Is the menus,
lnuua equal proportions. was turned around and the familiar

00 p m. Young Peoples Veer story of white rats fed on the national In our International relations
5: Although attendance brand of "R" was visible Indicating

was tradiI the method "
service I fare of several countries we might adopt as a r
m.- -Evening Worship. I tlonally restricted to men or escorted that he waa a runaway All the rata were the offspring of peace measure. It we could teed + ?,
IP ladles, Peggy O'Neale tried Peggy felt sorry for him aa she into pacific moods '
a laboratory rodent Adam and our populations '
Baptist Church to betray no self-consciousness stored eagerly Murmurs came JE i 1'Nlar
Rosewood as Eve and were not dissimilar at and even Induce our more pugnacious
Pastor she sped along the streets from the crowd. "A runaway! I
', L 0 Hemingway leading birth. dictators to nhtft to less ag rt I Ii
gn
Services every Sunday. Bible to the market-place. Within her i he's no good!" One cage of rats was fed on the gressive fare, perhaps the world +v

I may 10:15: a. m. Services at 3:30: blouse was hidden an envelope i Peggy, encouraged by these de national fare of England, boiled could settle down to quiet and uneventful .

clock In afternoon containing forty-five dollars, a I precating voices, timidly started meats and vegetables and tea existence. Tallahassee

windfall from a lottery ticket. Dur the bidding at ten dollar The white bread and jam. They be Democrat \4',1',

BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH ing the past year her thoughts had trader who had purchased Lilac came heavy stock with rough hair --.-- u I

Rev. L. A, Donnley, Pa tor been focused on one goal; the pur went to twenty, sensing a bargain. and bristling whiskers ready to A library at Wlmsborne Minster, .

Services every first Sunday. chase of a slave to be her very Peggy bid thirty the trader raised fight at the drop of a hat. England haa Its volumes fastenedto

Sunday School, 2:30: p. m. own.Her her five, she hazarded everythingshe The rats in another cage were the shelves with chains.SISTRUNK. I It

Bible Study and Prayer Services father Major O'Neale, had had, only to be outbid again.In fed the Sikh and Pathan diet. They '

nry Saturday night. many servants to help carryon desperation she tugged at Ran were as large aa the British rats .

the dally routine of the Franklin dolph's sleeve. He looked down but their hair was smooth and IM GETTING MORE v i'tv1c

St. Marks Episcopal Church Inn one of the most popular taverns severely but was unable to resist sleek; they were kindly disposed EGGS

Service on second, fourth and In the nation's capital. Why her appeal and just before the auctioneer toward men. NOW-IM FEEDING ,

Mi Sundays at 11 o'clock a. m. should she not have her own private [ s hammer fell called out, In the next cage, the rats fed on PURINA Dn r
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Litany and choir practice at retainer her man Friday, who 'Sixty dollars!" pot-au-feu rich In fats meats FORTIFIEDE

j jo o'clock on Friday nights preceding would serve both as protector and A minute later Cree became Peggy'e flooded In sauces and salads '" '

Sunday services. drenched In dressings, grew widein PuRaA COMPETITIVE ROAD TESTS

the middle, with oily hair and :
Christian Church
Graham 'h ,
w Y twirled whiskers.
Rev C. C. Johns, Pastor Their neighbors fed on the Japanese '
second and fourth Sun '. 1 I to 3 more miles per gallon In passenger cars
Service h- diet of fish, polished rice and
da 1V8, u a. m. and 8 p. m. I J an occasional crab were short,,

Bible School every Sunday 3 p.m I .w s l 0 4' 1 "td wiry and energetic.The .

Service every Sunday night 8 r natural conclusion that national

p.m. I! t characteristic are bused on We nuggrat that
Prayer me e ti n Wednesday I Iaight + 1 1 r diet provides the solution to many s )
I make a lest
personal and political problems. you p
"
With the formulae for producing l in '
own carnml
your
St. :Mark's Episcopal Church i I I
these results a father bent on ''Ifete +
Morning prayer and Sermon on I I find 'out for

lie second and fourth Sundays at Professor had taken no great liking /
.
Y' the
Xr yourself extra ,
U a. m Holy Communion Saints !' to his fellow-traveler and re- :

Days at 10 a. m. Litany and choir'' upended with 111 grace but Timber- L miles in II-C.

practice every Friday night at 7:30: j 5 lake slapped him goodhumoredlyon 4

p m. 'i 1 ,,, i iA the back '
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-+ A + When Peggy arrived on the ,f See theSinclair
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scene Cuthbert was laboring with

i the baggage. Conscious of Cree'a Dealer

brawny figure towering beside him, ,,

1 BOB JONES ,jr't.t t, he looked up In amazement.

t4rP nrrdh wrwdr ? "You bought all that for forty- el1 a/.. (1YYY/W1 d IY/Y l>(4HUIOV UI/Mmi Vmmmt '..*
'Y LeO
Comments On Here ,, Ulna ..Yeorl..n Y five dollars ?" he demanded of r1fltLe
tl4AOIWiPtoaA"A'1
And Hereafter Peggy.
"I had a little help from the Senator r N4
Agent Sinclair Refining Company (Inc.)
from Virginia, she answered

n I Interesting to study the dicUtors with a smile. "Who's come?" FOR SINCLAIR PRODUCTS
runner of special errands It wasa I property. Bubbling over with
their "The Professor -- me own blood usa
\ of the world and relation PHONE
splendid Idea; the more she 'joy and gratitude, she tried to "
Russia tried to cousin! replied Cuthbert enthuaiastlcall. -
to
religion. thought of It the better she liked thank Randolph, but he had already
"Blowed if 'e don't look J. H. WAINWRIGHT Agt. ,
eliminate religion. Geramny remodeled
It. Only she did feel a little nerve fallen back on hla dignity, a e
the duke! FEED AND SEED CO.
it Italy enslaved It. It royal STAUKE. FLORIDA
she took her followed
ous as place but piqued with himself at having "
to a wonderful thing to live in "A new man! echoed Peggy STARKE FLORIDA
by staring male eyes, on a come to the rescue of a damsel In
America where we enjoy freedom fourth-row bench In eagerly."There's. Loo _
Shyrock's distress He pleaded an engagement -
realize how another young bloke
worship. We cannot
Anna. and Peggy marched off with
valuable this religious liberty Is with 'tm, a sailor lad,," confided
when the Cree.
"Families-singles -
because we have enjoyed It so long Cuthbert
bell tingles. Come one---come all the home she encountered "
On
way "Two cried
Think of the glory of living in a new men Peggy A
country where we can "worship -- and bid that's all. Thus read Roderick ("Rowdy") Dow, an her face lighting up. Without fur SPEED A

Sod under our own vine and fig the big sign at the end of the mar alert young writer who had for ther delay she strode toward the FULL .rr

tree and no one will dare molest ket. Some of the slaves were com some time been Ineffectually pres Inn, aa Cuthbert knowing her co /' 1 :

Hi or make us afraid." pletely carefree, laughing boyishlyat sing his attentions upon her. He quettish disposition shook his head ..
the prospect of a change of own was on horseback carrying a rolled dubiously.

ership. Others were silent and mo- newspaper under his arm, and (Next wwki' Peggy h'olvellher- VALUES
PASS UP MAGAZINE LIKE
It Is Impossible to save men en I YOU CAN'T THESE
rose. The family groups were hud almost tripped over himself as he welt In unexpected: development.

masse The soul must have individual dIed together, looking about with dismounted and rushed to greet when the meet the two newcomer ,, 1 1

contact with God. There are i apprehensive glances; the unat- her *). ,orrai N.. iProv OrTEX N*.4
certain ethical teachings of Christianity I Individuals strayed about on ."l..format 1lLL rive AIL FOUR ;k'
tached !" she cried. "You must I fMI oulban Agriculturist. T"
"Rowdy FOB ONLY FOB ONLY
which may be applied to society I a.... 8toH'.>. 1 year
the platform have important news" Country Ham,I 'matTh Country HOB*,1 Year ;
and business, but every individual John Randolph of Roanoke was "' .Fan,.u..... I T. rAND .80 Tli*Fatal Faunal.1 tar 1.80 '
"Listen, he replied pretendingto
must Jesus Christ
accept MCWWAJEB AND THIS NEW3MPEB
tall stern dynamic man who t Now EaseNeuritis THIS a -
,
personally. It Is not the ethical a read from the paper. "At four fat OM YM For OM YMV

teachings! of Jesus that save men professed to have no Interest in p. m. on the 23rd of April, 1823, tara.ra laI .

but It Is Jesus Himself who saves. the opposite sex. His speeches, it la reliably reported that Miss '

The religions of the world tell men while sometimes bitter, always enthralled Margaret O'Neale, beautiful but Pains. OtR Country 11om MCALL'STHIS
his listeners In the Senate, hitherto heartless daughter of Major /
what to do and leave them helpless TM'I
10 do It. Jesus Christ tells men and his life Wall wrapped up in his William O'Neale, baa consented FastBayer 'jl le Stott PiCto d nfr,

vhat to do and puts Omnipotence political rights, and unselfishly de to become the bride of that brilliant NEWSPAPERfor % =. Yr yw rAaM "'
voted to the welfare of his native of Georgetown and J +ouaN1
tack of them ao they can do it. journalist
Virginia. Despite his severity of Washington Mr. Roderick Dow." 1 year and

"Blessed the the pure In heartfor manner, however, there were times I "Don't you ever get the truth In
when he could unbend a little, and '" answered Peggy Tablet*
they shall see God. That Is your paper a 3 Big Magazines
that Jesus said In His sermon on it seemed not altogether likely that laughing. Ditiolw AlmottInttantly THIS NEWSPAPER

Ihe> mount. This is a very pro the only reason he lodged at Franklin "This Is going to be true," said 1 I

found philosophical statement. We Inn was because of the efficient Rowdy. "Even if I have to carry I...YYh.. _.4e goolooBAYCB kr Mee for one full year 9 I i

ilways see according: to what were service It provided.To you off some dark night! aerNlabl.l I =:I

People who look out of eyesof Peggy he had been a masculine "I've got someone to protect me Marla..4 go to M.dINO1.ar.N..k. Mro* a :.....--1- And 4 Big Magazines
is Idol ever since she was pointing at 9
purity set that which pure.A now, smiled Peggy Bar** Alvlrta UMX to*
man's colored by and had first seen him. to duo *l .._. MrIk I
vision fourteen,
is always Cree. Jyt
bls! Inbeart rather awed by II... M kit. Ik*bo. 1 Magaxln from Group At l S Msgixlnt from Group B I 4 la all
she Will
own character. The pure Though The distant sound of a blare of LrMwa.rahlaaa.ar.u.r. j
have and his brilliant "'.... l' a
see God because they his high position
and
heard Peggy .
trumpets was ........ .. ale, air i
C-0d. The pure In heart see God In mind she was one of the few persons hastily excused herself, not wish hyreM .hl ,eat /

!lie song of the bird because the who spoke to him without any ing to miss one of the main eventsof --... Select Any 3 MagazinesFrom '

pure In heart have muslcln, their artificial deference. Nineteen now the week at the Franklin Inn. This List ...... 0......,..- ldalrEr..yorod 1 '

n'n souls. They are God In the she hardly dared amlt to herself Coach. 1 N Q ""' .N '
still consideredher When the Philadelphia For ..,.... .toy _. I Pa. I"tat H.- a 6rrdra .... 0 NoryYr./"" bwny
day he +
dawn because they, them she realized that toE! Amazingly: Quick Relief . p1 'h J +' '
arrived everyone turned out Bolter Homo* A 0.... __lChrloHoa Pa C""U" Xud/ .Nr 0 11 H
*''ves dawn He liked her charming "" lw t i iriewef
child.
Genuine H..14 _asap rrrkumy.
experienced a day a Get +
chief Bayer Aspirin IreN6reYrr '
the 0
greet it. Aa Cuthbert, .. I r'ro 711. larq 1
hen and her joyous personality Qi. N roe. hd/en/MM i iH.u..held
Theo I' wnq ;
they were born again. naive ways I RY 1" 0 l7'I'
he 0 )
the door iroBeroYq '
i welcomer, flung open Naaad.l" Pa 111I.111"
If suffer from Hr
of her pains of neuritis H.?
Bon could think you lat aarAq '
) 1rr tJ
he "
[ Righteousness dispelled but that of Junior Ham (far MalhrilMeCall ) Y.O' ... M. 0 .' r '
find 0 aoerAd
one
to i what want u 00 eYaYr .
surprised relief. .
was you quick YYCArr .1 1 n 0 1n
.
darkness from sinful hearts school girl. Ma,ufa .l r.er I YCI",.
their I only as a arrivals wall his own cou- Genuine ... aMI1C4Yda t 0 e .
the new Barer Aspirin tablets .91. Clauia a Tear 0 nerd !ea xoNr frhnd J rrOon
f01' PEOPLE i, When he learned from Cuthbert. sin LaRoy Sunderland whom he I give quick one reason because ....dI.cialeJload I par 0 00- prd ( e 0 HO."I1oII/ . ,. i
NTRY BEST that Peggy dissolve (Boy*) -2 Twa ,..nta' YYYtlnr ln' 0 I'' :raln. j R '
inn, they 0 : 1
or disintegrate ,
servant at the in several Sun- j I bl
INFORMED: a had not seen years. Parent M....... -' roe. ,.11I.... a 1." a .
I bound tor the slave exchange almost instantly they touch mois PalhttadW .ar 0 '''' N"dYwixMnaeeha 1 Yr t
had been and romantically < >**kly) T Plcl..lal"h' 1 M 0
derland, a suave | I. .
A statement which will be surPrIsing I He hada ture. (Note illustration above) Pictorial R.o H_ __ Y..' o 1 ,.
he was indignant attractive young man of thirty i Hence when take real Pr.1" ."'.* FaraMrItanantfa -2 Y..n a as MISeoYIM 1." 4 iron" / J,.
and though-provoking tonY I of but that could you a Stan ... .. 1K ulrwike '
speech to think dressed in a rather flashy manner Aspirin tablet it ** II roar 0 !,r ,
Dayer starts to din- TrMCeuINJeM ltt
"
em..u BookBoulborn Par .
readers is contained In the walt until later In the day. Petulantly had assumed the title of "Profes I solve almost m quickly as you AffrtcuIturUITro .1 Par a amMlten lNa aroe. tp IJaoutMreAarku/lgpl'" ., / lrr lrry ..

current Progressive Farmer-: he cuffed his walking cane sor''' following his study of the' dls- swallow it. And thus is ready to Coo.alan' 1 PaY. a repliraNet lA Qw..t.n'r fYrA/na' J,. iw / .-, Journal WOO"
"Drew Pearson and Robert S. signboard he passed, of | start working almost instantly Woman World a 1'' a' 0 TMs/e .. 7M B ClpanR"IYy, J p .1
every science phrenology"Jfajor '" r
against puted the hutrd M a rr ,
1OTa-Ch.Y1 Yf f fallovbi
Allen ( mm fro/Yn \.i.t. .
headaches ,
best- sale. neuralgia and neuritis 4r46our'I ar
,
are America's of
two of to the hall said Cuthbert ... AWIIe frmOY
rvb $
hurried .
informed as he O'Neale, start easing almost at .f f Trw Storj il ,ea .h. Onlylilulnm enr ?Ythrm .. 1?
once.
pains
columnists. Their syn-,I had turning to his employer i, Jtonxii." t1A5
performance excitedly
r The matinee That's millions ask for
0'c.itedWashington Merry-Go-I I why never Q Mocl... Mocfcanlxfj < r.1 JmotThrxlaaJ
Round I begun when he arrived. Lilac sturdy 'shake 'amis!!! with none other than aspirin by the name aspirin alone Amonoaa GtflQ 7w i
daIlies feature appears in leading | buxom young negrees with an Professor LaRoy Sunderland, master | when they buy but always say Doliooator' i Y- e / M / '1 ,
all over the country. Quite i|I unflinching of phree-aol-ogy and all matters I A YEn ASj->jHI-.I" and see that )odor Culture Y-1w
recently they conducted a poll qr,:I expreeaitOhe auctioneer they get it.
'ead
block. pertaining to the 'uman GENTLEMEN I Enclo t ,,, Plo Sond Mo ''
ynipoiiiura in 44.- Try it You'll/ it's marvelous. 1&
by lay
participated at- cousin!
000 I pointed out her commercial -and me own blood 0 Olfr No. 1 D OH.r No. 2 O OUor No. :3 O OUr flo. 4 '
readers, part rural and part said Sun t
I'!tributes. "I am delighted, air 1 .n> chcklna tho .
urban, and 15C mgMJa dIid with a J tt'i iub.erip ,
countrypeople every I I Randolph paid no at- derland, taking the Major's hand row ties to your papar.ifirtUH .
jnere ought to be Interested In the Senator his booming sales talk "to find welcome in such a charm- ;; A DOZEN i is .
following to
by conclusions as reached I tendon he surveyed Ing haven of tranqulllty" ] ruuZ Nam.v .
these I With keen piercing gaze 81
thoughtful Investiga- handsome
1 1a
j Iorl:. comer of Jhe market, The other arrival was a r. '
( every naval officer, with an B :
'Men and women of air walks until his eyes lighted on the girl hesought. young and humorous Virtually / e 1 Str..l er.n.. fl's
a
Of life Then he pushed his way erect bearing 1e a tablet

*OUr<<:nomic are problems.thinking Judging aeeply about from! through the crowd to her arms side and, himself twist to as his Lieutenant mouth. He John Introduced Bowie ., I Tow tad *i-i. ,.j i ,,

intervening
letters, people in rural sections heedless of Timberlake, and Invited everyonein LOOK ran rnt anent cou HHBBBBBBBSB8BBBB .

:: better Informed than city legs. bar. The
"How dare to hare a drink at the -
eUen.' '' ""Margaret! he cried.
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1 COITNTT' TBUSOBATBt.!: STAJtiOB.!: FLORIDA FRIDAY. OCTORrn) 1

I JPAGH EIGHT BKAJOrOim. __ ..._ 4)
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--- ABOUT FRED P. CONE = .H. ..1( LIGHTSe. e.w.ea.6 hNNE11il

"" Bradford County TelegraphEstablished Florida's governor Democratic will bring strengthto nomineefor TOO LATE f LOR IDA ... ; ,


1877 the national ticket, and that leone TO CLASSIFY
thing that will be needed In ,

Florida to keep the majority nor. By RUSSELL KAY
MEMBERRlMPRbSS Secretary Florida Free. Al.".

> ASSOCIATION mal.Fred Cone Is, beyond any ques-

.. 1Q33 tion, level-headed, aggressive and I was surprised the other days L J JL

I brilliantly equipped to give Florida to meet a good friend of mine, a "UNIQUE
I an outstanding administration aa prominent business man, wearinga :.
governor, and the people generally : Landon button. He had been -
Published Weekly on Fridays and Entered as Second Class recognize that as a statement ; what I consider a rather militant l '

Matter at the Poet Office at Starke Florida of fact. He will at once bring to i Democrat for many years and I /\ 9x( F. .try

the executive office the force of' was surprised. CI' ,

E. L. Matthews._________. ... _______*___Editor and Owner; Integrity, clear thinking and progressiveness He seemed to sense my astonIsh. \. 1'MADE

.. .. ... -- and this writer predict ment and like-the little boy caught BY
-- RATEM ha will clean out In all those with the Jam all over his face and

SUBSCRIPTION places where the broom la needed sticky fingers, be began to stutter

Yearly, $1.50; Six: Months 75c-Payable In Advance and that he will apply building and stammer In his defense, "Yes,"
strength where the ship of state he says, "I'm for Landon. I've

Advertising: Rates on Application may seem weather-worn or wobbly been a good Democrat all my life, .

from her sailing among the break! but I can't stomach all this 'f ,

ers WASTE and Inefficiency.He THIS UNUSUAL R ,
Democratic Presidential Electors and NomineesIn SI
From every section of Florida was on his way to the bank CIOC.C' MADE BY I r

order to assist!! its readers in voting the Democratic!* : the same delightful predictions are and from the looks of the bulky A f10i/D/AN t :,
I being made by those who are sure bank book in his hand he was prepared w1
ticket in the General Election, November 3,, the Telegraph has: there are better times ahead for) to make a pretty healthy de ADDITION TO G/Y/NG\ --- ; yE

compiled the following list of electors and nominees. In order everybody In the affairs of the posit. He also ,had an Insurance ACCURATE T/METE URDAT sAND

to vote for re-election of President Roosevelt the voter will state. It is said that Cone has numerous -, policy and some stocks and bondshe t PAY Or WfEK\ --.. ..
plans for advancements I was fixln': to put, in his safety MONTH I
t, have to place an (X) mark opposite each of the following which will be forthcoming immediately i deposit box. KE2'

seven names which will appear on the ballot mixed in with i after he take over executive / I -- MAJ2YD'
"If that ain't: play money you I
reins, and that they will be
the Republican electors: I most satisfying to the majority. got in your'hand," I says, "you I Yj JS

Fred Andrews He will Indeed seek to do all of must be doin some business over 'l3UC }G
have
at your place. How things c;,
Arnold those things which will advancethe "
Bill
I W. P. ( ) been goln' this summer?
Interests of Florida farmers,, PALATk'AKEY'W
Erie B. Askew He seemed relieved and pleased
and he be depended upon togo '
may r
a Mrs. George M. Dorman to the fartherest limitations,In that I made no comment on his political -' \ 11 oo yrAHo/NG F.lOIJ/DA

'j Wallace N. Keith their behalf, since he recognizes change and >he beamingly 1 Fl.ftlAWff
MUSICAL
that In the soil lie the greater elements launched into an enthusiastic ac- rr/e PROD/GV
Lloyd Z. Morgan he'd closed a: .
for the state's achievements.Fred cout of the big deals U.S.POJT

1 J, J. Parrish Jr. Cone is also deeply Inter- this summer and how good business 7170 PANAMA

electors begin"with the let. ested In labor and Its needs, and was. "Now," he concluded, "if 1' THE;);fi."NUA/2L/'A'S'.
of all Republican
CANAL
The work _
names will apply his talents toward make we can just settle down to OJ

ter "A". They were carefully handpicked to confuse the vo. ing life bigger and better for all and cut out all this governmental \ vA u ACTtfl ur

ter who does not study the ticket before voting. It will be I those who must live by the sweatof WASTE and tomfoolery" everything ,

well to memorize the seven names listed above if you wish to the brow. He Is likewise gen will be swell. p/OD/Jt1 pp0.0001
uinely concerned about business "John," I says, "remember backin $ {
vote for Roosevelt. and profession and will\ seek meansas 1933, how you and I cried on .

Here are the party nominees, some of whom will be opposed Chief Executive for their further I each other's shoulder when we got
town that mornin' and found
down
M, by Republicans: These progress are but a few of the the bank closed., and how you Regardless of whether a month has structed"by J. O. Walton, 2121 College

For Governor-Fred Cone. planks In the Cone platform, but swore you'd never put another so- 28 30, or 31 days, there is a hand-made street Jacksonville.
Senator-Claude Pepper. they are the Important and sub and-so kind of a dollar in such- AUTOMATIC CLOCK in Florida that ROSE MARY BUCK of Palatka is

For United States stantial principles he will espouse and-such kind of a bank so longas never fails to give the correct date. The onlytwelve years old yet she has been

For United States Senator-C. O. Andrews.For when he becomes governor. you lived, and X agreed with you calender works were made of coffee playing the 3manualVurlitzer organ

Representative Second District-R. A. (Lex) Green,, So, the Democratic party Is for and we both concurred on the cans, hay-wire and cigar box nails. The of the local First Baptist Church with
tunate Indeed In having a man like thought that there ought to be a distinction for When
For Secretary of State-R. A. Gray. cabinet was made of cigar boxes. A great over a year.
Fred Cone at the head of its state law? eleven she astonished her audi
used to barely*
General-Cary D. Landis. large bucket cover was
For Attorney ticket: since that fact means, perhaps "And It was only a short time grease
beautiful\
: brilliantly playing a
while { By
clock ,
make the face of the strange enq
For Comptroller-J. M. Lee more than the normal majority Before that, John, you called me recital with the
tins. selection in public ease
its hands made of coffee can
In the ballot box next November all Jittery when the stock market were
V. Knott. up
For State Treasurer-W. of master. Her musical
done and technique a
for the national ticket. went to smash and you were The numerals and lettering were
For Superintendent of Public Instruction-Colin English New Smyrna News. wiped out. And I came over to with a brush made from the hair of a :ed cation began at the age of four.

For Commissioner of Agriculture-Nathan Mayo. your office and we sat there witha pet dog. The mechanism of the clock Beautiful, possessed of splendid phy.squl .

For Supreme Court Justices-Glen Terrell and J. B. BRING OUT TilE VOTE quart of Illegal bootleg liquor between itself represents the rejuvenated mechanism [ and a charming personality, this

The assurance of an overwhelming : us tryin' to drown our sorrows of an old worn out eight-day young Floridian has a bright musical

Whitfield.For Democratic majority in the and you wanted to shoot affair. The contraption keeps perfect future. She is a sister of Shaw Buck,

Railroad Commissioner-W. B. Douglas.For November election through marsh. rourself. time and automatically changes dates the well-known Florida athlete of football

forces to the "And you'd worked and struggled >...., It fame
State Senator-Charley E. Johns. ailing of the party's with unfa-lino acci" was con- ,
and saved for thirty years
last man and woman Is the objective :
a only to see all your wealth wiped sale.'And cell the cordance with the terms '>f said t!
of the State Democratic Exec- James Bos well's private paper :fer said land for .
RED KERCE out in a few short weeks. The ,same to the hlrhest and beat bidder nal decree
By uutlve Committee, which this week have been given to' the Library; for cash to satisfy and pay 'said I PARKS M CARMICHAELAM : .
through Its county committees puta stocks and bonds An your safety deposit final decree route and .tfpettMiwany. Special Master In Chancery
General gossip is at one time or other a confidential secret. vast army Into the field In every box didn'' ( offer much for Company of'Philadelphia by wn.. ale mad. by me to b. madvrn. ao lo-1e.atlo3eHall's ,
nook and corner of Florida. consolation, either, Nobody wanted lIam deKraft of Pine Valley N. J

Nothing is being left undone by 'em; I remember you got ten ft-KHK'S REPORT "
a Democrats in following the cents) on the dollar for one block Starke, Fla, Sept, adth, I93Report

Another synonym for "skip it." I'll discuss the matter wise the course of proceeding on the and felt pretty good about It, flgurln (' In of and the for Clerk Bradford of the County Olrculourt I ,

theory that It no stone I is left unturned you'd stuck.the other guy. Florida on account of. taxes aiies. -
with you again later. "And John, know all the ed for the year 193B. Grocery
then no mishap may betall'l you c. .A, KNIOHT. ,
o Safe in the knowledge time this mess was brewin andfettln' Tax Collector, ;: :

Perhaps no lubricant carries humans faster than elbow Democratic candidates will go Into'i' worse each day, Mr. Hoover -, Balance ritBHtr due ProperTo ___._. 2,78011
office regardless, it is nevertheless -, and his Republican Party didn'tdo By amount collected n__ 1113.54'ro
grease except banana oil. their Intention to compliment! nothin' about it but sit oround I Balance Kin due A _ForfeltnreTo w_______ 2,267.6 MARK ;

o them with an unprecedented :.umber like a flock of crazy crickets and > Balance due __ __.___ 794.84By
Is Just aroundthe amount collected __ ._ 146.44To
Estween political opponents it is easy to determine the jot ballots. chirp 'Prosperity' Balance due ______._-__- 6479 i
The course may have ben inspired corner County II..... and Hrldvc
elected. national Income To Balance due ._ ,, _____ 3.378.98fly !
he's the 1929
liar. More often one "In our
biggest the tact that the Republican -
by amount collected ______ 6323
_. a _____ party is In the midst of was some eighty' billion dollars. 'To. Balance due _______.n 2,763.61County AND LUNCH j
Then somebody discovered our Hfhuul .rnrrnl
an expensive and far-flung cam- __ .__._ .
wheel doesn't do To Balance due :1,971.71By
shoulder to the so all '
with his and
The fellow fire we got
paign to split the Democrats ando house was on amount collected ._._ 732.20To
much yelling about how slow things are moving.o rally every single oppositionvote panicky. Little ,Willie was sick Balance due __________ 3.139.61;
Total tliih.Hrhnol IlruralnrTo
In the state in t::,.elecUon. A upstairs and Aunt Minnie was in Balance due ___ 3.8t9.79ny NEAR SEABrl\ !STATION-BERRY hIARKETCASH
-- out-of-state a wheel chair, but Mr. Hoover and ,> amount collected _____ 727 2i(
deal of money
great To Balance duo ___y2,988.61 :
Girls who wear those beach pajamas, obviously Is being spent for this the Republicans forgot all about I Total Nub-erhoollIo.ded
them and began yellin' for somebody To Balance due _. .n___. 8,078.88
Will marry sooner than their mamas. purpose. out the safe By amount collected *.____. 888.71 SPECIALS
The parading of not only the,I to help 'em carry I To Balance due __________ 2.416.6Widow'
o regular voters but of the Firstvoters ; and the silverware and 't6 hell with p.nelon =
Tn Balance 8471''
New York will require less home work for its school chil of both sexes as well, the the women and children. /By amount collected due .___u_ 73.22: "
"We had a crack fire departmenthook ,To Balance due ___...____ 83.91Roa.1 ; 75e
of Democratsboth
lose organization Lbs.
dren-Press item. The education of New York' parents is in young and old and the thorough and ladder and everything,, *A Slaking Hrlda-e r.Intermit.,. FLOUR, Gua4leed f 24 ___ _

for a sharpe decline. coverage of the state In the and they come a-runnin' but theycouldn't To Balance duo .. __ 9.327.18
do nothin' on account of By amount collected __ NONE
0 interest of the whole ticket by. not bavin' no water. In order to To Balance due n.__._.n._, 11,321.18IIPEC14' IRISH POT -gES: 1U' Lbae __._ 25e
are Import.ant
_ There are two sides to every question. The one you take heavy-calibre items of artillery speakers In the Democratic balance the budget we'd passed up M 8Tt I\I! SALE ,.. ". .
and the the low-down half-witted son of a so-and-so takes building the reservoir and extend- I Notice la hereby given that underand .
who disagrees one with I Democratic barrage.AU voters are urged In' the water mains; so all we by virtue and of order a final of Hale decree mart offorcloaure I PICKLES, 24..oz: : Jar _________ _15e

you. ''to with the party by could do was sit around and watch and rendered by Honorable A. ZAdklnn -
cooperate on. of the .1ud..e./ot the
o : qualifying and voting, and in addllon. all our wealth go up in smoke. I l'lr..ult Court of Florida Kl"" hthJudicial I ROUND STtM'; OR T-BONE lb 18c

An automobile and a politician maintain something extremely I by urging their friends to do "Then when we started pawin'about County, In Circuit Chancery In and dated for Bradford October,
_ vote in the state the ruins we found our national 13. IMS, In that .
little either likewise Every cause where.Wi"v0n I I
in common. It does very good to push ha < to less In 122c10C
should be brought out on November Income Highland Timberland Company,
_ it of billion. Well we were --
after gives out gas. Gainesville News than forty I I Inc '" were and art
e In a tough spot; we needed a new Pizintlfre ;and Ell.abeth M. Cook
(
\ o and lot of and olh.r. were and are 1)sfendant DIME BRAND MILK Can _
house, clothes, food a ___--
EVERYBODY'S.KIN wherein I, Parke M. Carmichael,
A post card mailed in 1907 was recently delivered. It is other things and while the stores wa. appointed Special Master In -

__", apparently a. failing of those mail clerks poor things, they that If you you're have ashamed a relative of, don't or two be. and warehouses'tvere such merchandise runsia'overwith we had no Chancery that have I,levied ae to Special upon execote all Matter of eald those afnre decree.certain ald.,. APPLE BUTTER, 28-0. ____ ___ tSc

can't read fast at first. later will
just Because sooner or you money to buy'em. I iota tract, Piece or parcel.
have to admit It. "< land Jltuated, lying and being In IScI
o "Then a Good Neighbor, Mr. Bradford County Florida, and par. CORN FLAKES, 2 for __ ______ __
The late E. W Scripps, b mil. Roosevelt, came along and says, I tlcularly deicrlbed a. follow.: All ol
A garbage collection tax of one dollar per month has lonalre (of all things) newspaper Go down I Ne,'tion 20; all of Section 211 s all ol -
'Don't be discouraged. I
been Imposed on Coral Gables residents. Proving that G. B.Shaw'a publisher. became obsessed with to the stoer and get you some groceries H..tlon* ;'' 8'-Vi*-': all; all ot of Section Section 23.24:exceptSEv NEW I LARD Jewel, 2 Pounds ___ __ -25c

-. works are read probably as far south as Miami. the idea that all men are brothersand and clothes, then come lor( NE'4,4) !and WS4,North or Northeast half (N"P'lart.rNE ',) ol
that the name blood flows around to my office In the mornin' 'Northwest Quarter (NW%\ ) of Section 15c
_ 0I through all of us. He set his and I'll give you a Job.' That was I tin 28 T':; all except of Section Southeant 28; all QuarterSE14 of H c. I SALAD DRESSING, Pt. Jar _.---

Col. Knox says this country needs to return to sanity. Idea down In an essay called t darn sight more than Mr. Hoover i I ( ?) of South..t Quarter (SE%)!

But the staid old gentleman waves his beckoning baton in the Arithmetic and Humanity assumed" ever did for us. But Roosevelt I, North(Wry,) of halt Houthwent(NH and Quarter We.t((8WW; half\ BACON, Best Grade, Lb. __ _______ t7e
The author of the ea.iay went further: he helped us get the and Southeast Quarter (SE",,) ol
wrong direction. We've just recovered from coming up that that succeeding generations: in his for a new house. He fixed Honthw.Ht Quarter (SW!'.) and Went MATCHES 15cAPALACHIGOLA
money half (W%) of Houtheaiit. Quarter PENNY 2 .
Pkgs. __
hill. family would be as prolific as his It so the banker couldn't slam the ("KM) and Northeast Quarter --
own union, )namely, tht each door In our face. He loaned us ( of Southeast Quarter HtHi H f

o would bring five children to ma money at low interest to use in of Rant Section half (K 2M",:,) all of Northeast of Section Quarter 29.: ;: OYSTERS, Qt..6Oc
A convict prepared seven times for death in the electric turity. This would produce twen our business. He said the health (NE%,) and Rant half (F.t4) of

chair and each time reprieved is angry about it in the North ty-five grandchildren! for him and and safety of the family was I Southeast. half Quarter tWi4 of(HRv.Northeast and Quar.all ol ONIONS Fancy Texas 3 Lbs. _ lOc
Ms! wife; 125: great grandchildren; more Important than balancin' the ter"h NE'p> lyfnn ,act of river inSertlon ,
Carolina prison. Some people just can't seem to control their 30; N".th..t QuarterNe4y
025 descendants of the fourth
gen. budget, so he put a'new water < ) of'Maetion 32: North half TOILET TISSUE 3 for lOc
650 sheets
temper over little things like that. oration assuming that the span of hydrant on our corner and built a ( Quarter Quarter (NKVi)
life of all was at least 43 years), from of g'youthea.e (SH"of Section
n dam to protect our home
new 83; Gant half .E", ) of North. tOe
-0 <
He calculated that before the end flood. Maybe savin' life and prop. east Quarter (N'KH and Southwest RIB BEEF STEW, Pound __ .__
"Hedgehogs destroy cockroaches and beetles."-Newspaper of the thirteenth generation, representing erty and con ervln' wealth is Quarter ,(SWV.) of Northeast Quarter
(NE..) and Southeast Quartet
filler. The only thing we can think of right now that we a span of 387 years, the WASTE, but If It l* ;,'m for it. Our (,",Fli) of Northwest Quarter CHUCK STEA '. Lb. ._ ._ 11
descendants would number (NWW and Weet half (WH)
would rather not be than a cockroach in a hedgehog colony, is something National Income I Is back to sixty of Northwest ( N W '4/
more than 800000000. He billion and the future looks bright. and South ..al'luart; of M POTTED lOc
... a hedgehog in a cockroach colony. stopped there because that figure "Go ahead and vote for Landonif 'Inn 34.; all of Section IS, .",c.ptW..t ME4-3- Cans ___ '
half ) of Houtheant
(WH Quar-
o Is said to limit the number of you want to John, but don't ter (SE%), North half (N4<>) of lb 35c ;
people that can live in the United when the next crash Northwest Quarter (NW%) of Be.. BREAKFAST BACON Fancy Sli.
"Russian working girls are very poor. When they sit phone me lion 1'; all In Township 4 South
States with any degree of comfort. comes. Just go on ahead and shoot ttanffo 2T Kontf ale, Northeast Quarter :
down they decline to cross their legs because you can see the The following evening he presented yourself and see If I care." (NEVi) of Southwest Quarter H, WE MEE"I.ALL OTHER CASH
of Section Township
f holes in the bottom of their shoes' ," reports a Russian authority this calculation to his wife. Ranfa I8WV ) and will on ;Monday a '.
She was more upset than ever son In North America was goingto the .n dI1aa of Novembe: A, 1). 193C: PRICES. DELIVERYe
You can see the holes in the bottom of their which mister FREE
when he suggested that four hun. be somehow related to her. Stnrke In front, of Bradford the Court County House Florida door 1 In, -

? dred years hence every living per. Monroe (N. C.fr :Enquirer t between the legal hours of sale, ot*

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