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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 30, 1936
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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PEMOCRATIC 1 i GROWERS TOLD I 'WITHOUT"WHY WE illS LEADERSHIP ARE FOR ROOSEVELT" \ (:IRCUIT COURT I "HE 59 TELEGRAPH YEARS WILL OLD SOON 1 'GET OUT VOTE' *:


OUR VERY FORM OF

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SCORED I COHONSTALKS I I PEIUSIIED"1\\1 JI JIx 1I

I I fifty-ninth year of continuous pub- ,\

Thronged Streets Greet i Seed Should Sell For i : I I Poison Case Is Most Icatlon. Just think In another i Group In Each Precinct
we'll be eligible for the Townsend -
Fiery Orator HereSaturday I $2 Per Bushel, : :, i Interesting On year old age pension! I Will Check Up On

Agent Says Docket tint strange as it may seem, the i\ QualifiedEXECUTIVE

Telegraph doesn't feel I its age a I

I -- bit and thanks to our loyal Bradford 9

ENTHUSIASM HIGH THIS STATE NOW A- 'J TO CAPITAL CASES<: County friends, we aren't in COMMITTEE:

AT INITIAL RALLY M 0 N G "FREE AREAS a "Oil THE<: GRAND JURY need of a pension t'lther-and \MET LAST FRIDAY

won't be as long as we receive the

Aiming! his oratorical gun at County Agent T. K, McClanc, i With no capital cases known to fine support from subscribers and An intensive drive to get out

picking Democrats who work 01rtef ; Jr., returned from the Annua )ie coming before the grand jury advertisers that has born given us I I the vote Tuesday will be made In

with the federal government, County Agents Conference in 1 4 Y' ; 4t when the Fall term of circuit court In past years. Bradford It was announced last

itcepting wages and now aim tate < Gainesville last week with man; rn o onveneti here at 10 o'clock Mon And so, at the beginning of out Friday following a meeting by the

"Alt Landon. Little Joe new ideas which he feels sure be r lay morning, prospects are that fifty-ninth year we salute out county Democratic Executive Commlttee. .

Hndrtx, congressman-elect front will be able to Incorporate Into his 1 dir rials will get under way at once friends and greet our enemies (11 ,

tilt (DeLand) Fifth Congresslona work here. t'ti in such cases as the state's attor- any), and hope that we may lay Committees were appointed in

plitrict, last Saturday night turn Dr Wilrnon Newell, director ot icy has filed Informations in, or aside all personal differences and each precinct to see that votensget

id loose with both barrels and con the State Agricultural Extension I that have been continued from :work together for the advancement to the polls, and In addition to

tanned those persons as a "hellish Service, told the agents that the'' previous terms. of Bradford County.RALLY these, volunteers are dally offering -

BMiact to the Democratic Party''' two big questions In future production S Under the new law only capital their services and the use of

It wu the biggest and most en.Ihuiiaatlc of Sea Island cotton I In cases:: come before the grand Jury, their automobiles.for the work It
la said.
rally held here in years Florida Is whether the individual I and since there are none In view I DATESFor
The appointed committees *
Call Street was completely blocked farmer will keep his seed pure and / here, It Is likely that Judge A. Z. regular
I to get out the vote are:
with automobiles and It was to what extent he will be able to j \dkins will convert his grand Jury
I Brooker-Lawtey Lawtey: E. E. Burney, J. M. Rosier
for the police' force tc control the boll weevil.In I tl venire into a petit Jury venire and
tecesaary J. II Moore, W. E. Torode, L. i
traffic from the bank cor- connection with this, Mr. Me proceed with trials us soon as court
divert I H. Hill nail Mrs. W E Toiode.North .
ier. Whistles and cheers of ap Clane Is writing all cotton plant j ; J'T ins been Organized. NOWSET Starke: L. L. Conner, A.

and a bedlam of automobile crs In this county urging them .to Informations were filed in the
proval ( J. Thomas, Mrs J. M Alvarez, A.
I Ithe
destroy all cotton stalks at c last week
horns frequently interrupted once following new cases by
O. Andreu, A. J. Griffis, C. A.
speakers. "Get them out by the root and t va State's Attorney J. C. Adkins and
STAI"I"OIwrnnWI 1'01 Knight N. Walnwrlght, Sr., and
burn them," he says. his assistant Hal Y Maine: LL
Hendrix urgently requested the %V. L. Wall.South .
of good Democrat to The pink boll worm quarantine Enoch Tyson, colored, two Indictments SPEAK IN COUNTY
itturn every BtaiKe- VV I). Alexander
has been lifted from this State and : for polnonlng food. MONDAY(
to pile an '
Tuesday up
!the polls Charlie E. Johns, E. K. Perryman
landslide for President determined efforts will be made to More interest will probably be created -
erln t larger Mrs. May Green T. N. Kendrick
than he enjoyed four keep It free. Seed do not have to In this trial than any other on Following up the good! work done
Roosevelt W
W. Thomas
E. Hayes, Mallory
be sterilized and R. B. Roberts, ot I the criminal docket Tyson was at the Democratic rally in Starke '
pan ago. C Manning, and Mrs W. E Mid-
Worthington, says that he want; I arrested several weeks ago, charged last Saturday, other gettogethershave
The small and fiery orator, spoke I been held and are yet to be dleton.
all growers who have seed at hll with attempting to poison two
Pot!' almost two and a half hours I .. Id th hot the co oat h"'nr e Graham: C. B. Roberts and Mrs.
gin to come'and get them as soo.i, negro cnuuren, upon whom, 11 H h e roug y
the of a large truck on 1 .T ;sd yW--
from rear as possible. rumored, he had taken out Insurance the election ------1 Chesley Fogg.Hampton .
lie Bradford Bank building corner,, Wadsworth Vivian
! at the Hampton : G P.
drowned out The agent says It Is reasonabl< policies. Thursday night
and applause ,
frequent Saxon and L. J Wynn.
to that seed this Theodore Donnelly, Information school house a large crowd gathered -
ill words He declared that thou- expect year maybe ; Theressa: W. S. Sibley, Mrs. Ida
state
for automobile unde to hear John D. Dugger,
operating an
sold for $2 bushel forty
per pf
saved from
of
nods people were
Hagan and D. J Phillips.
and A.
four Influence of liquor and damaging, senator from Baker County, '
itarvatlon and communistic rule pounds. .,E, A., Mra.
property. J. Thomas, clerk of the circuit New River: Sapp,
!ij the return of the Democratic Fertilizer PlacementAt theories of Mana Wiggins, S. L. Crews and M.
italnistratlon four years ago."We'd the Gainesville meeting the (Editorial In Scripps-Howard and of economics. It represented a John Magyar!, Information fo court, expound the I F Wiggins

better keep it that way" he agents were told that It has been Newspapers, Oct 14, 1936)) realization that. our society had( operating an automobile under Influence Democracy.The Fred Ha-
Brooker L. R.
touted, "bogs, beef, corn, cotton,, found by experiment that best re- We are for Roosevelt for become lopsidedthat powerful hat of liquor, causing damag next rally will be held at. I zen E. J,: Lewis,Galney T. D., Dyal and! '
and interests which Saturday
ui every other produce that the suits are obtained both In yield and the same reason that we think w< organized to property and person. the Brooker school house

farmers raise, who are the back- 'stand when the fertilizer does not would have been for Jefferson. 01 been able to have.Jhelr way with) George Frazier, assault with ir. night at 7:30: o'clock L. f H. p Galney.

Sow of the nation's business,have come In contact with the seed It Jackson or Lincoln had we lived In the Government were actually en tent to murder. Allen Johns Chapman, superintendent of the Supt A. J. Griff said this week
convinced thai dangerlng It. Roosevelt hat state prison, and Mr. Thomas will that schol will probably be turned -
idvaaced in prices. This was acompllshed has also been shown that,placin their day. We are breaking and entering. Albert
only since' the present the fertilizer directly beneath the future historians, as the yean the vision to see that capacity to Hall, grand larceny. be principal speakers. out early Tuesday so that buses 1

administration," he declared. seed has an Injurious effect. Th bring the complete perspective, produce had outrun capacity to Continued Cue The concluding rally will be held may be used to carry voters to

best method seems to be to place will record Roosevelt along with consume and that the answer musl' Monday night at Lawtey. This the polls late In the afternoon
Hendrix branded a "liar" The following cases have been
as protgandlsts
the fertilizer in bands to each sid those We believe that In him the be found In creating a balance will be a county-wide affair, and They will also be used some while
President continued from term ot
that
loosevelt has who stated say he would of the seed and about two inches I times providentially produced the That could only mean a policy that court: previous Democrats from every section of children are in school during the

below the seed level. man; that we have lived throughan would shift the emphasis and the( the country are expected to gathed. morning.
eto the Townsend old age pension era far more dangerous than attention of government to the Mandel Scoby, aiding prisoner: Stafford L Caldwell will be -.
plan If It ever were sent to him who hitherto had been forgotten. to escape. Avery Walters, robbery
any of us fully realized, that our man the principal speakerEditors RED CROSS
II in enacted law. 'SAN FRANCISCO1AT very form of government might To do this Roosevelt realized O. R. Prevatt, shooting Into house ---.

Concerning the financial budget,, I i RITZONE have perished had we not been the Government must be taken W. H. Donaldson, worthless checks I ROLL CALL

he i said, "Franklin D. Roosevelt blessed with a leadership equippedwith over In behalf of all the people Lindsey Grlffls, having liquor ir Pick

iltnced the national budget on''I POPULAR those qualities of courage,, possession. V. J. McCoy, gram I Roosevelt To SOON TO GET UNDERWAY
the side of first and OF MOST Larceny H. B. Kerce, worthiest MEETING HELD
humanity wisdom, understanding, human "So he made the switchand --
"nth increasing national Income,, FILMS OF NEWSEASON sympathy and -daring which must much of the bitterness In high I sight draft. Claude Pievutt, assault Win Election, MONDAY

be> will balance the national budget be present If a major crisis Is to be places against him comes from with Intent to commit murder. C

on the financial side." "San Francisco," smash hit ot survived."It those who once were at the elbows L. Sapp, breaking and entering. Franklin D. Roosevelt will most Organization Call :In Bradford for the County Red CrossRoll I.I Is

Bradford's own orators. Con- the fall movie season comes to the Is needed only to recall a few of those who ruled. The old order I .- likely be re-elected to the Presl- I rapidly bring effected under the

gna+man R. A. Green and State Ritz Sunday, bringing Clark Gable of the events-the banking paralysis became aroused when It finally realized SECTIONALMEETING cloncy, according to results of the ,I leadership of T. Frank Lanurum.

Senator Charley E. Johns, also I and Jeanette MacDonald In i a the food riots In the cities, the that Roosevelt. "meant it," I third annual political/ poll taken I' who was recently appointed chairman -

nada impassioned appeals for sup- tripping( musical romance. It ha organized de'lance of the courtsIn and that explains the heat of the : among'S.ll.l' : newspaper editors by of the annual membership

Port of the Democratic ticket I drama, love interest, comedy and< the agricultural regions, the use 1036 campaign, the trumped-up' Liberty Magazine. I I drive

tralght through." All of the spectacle. Gable has the rough, of the against the veteransin alarm about communism, OF WOMAN'S CLUBS TO BE Liberty asked each editor who
army
held at the
speakers were Introduced to the and tough style of role in which his the nation's capital, the hunger tation and all that-the regimen-I I HELD HERE NEXT he thought would be elected President hall A meeting was at which Mra.city

crowd by Judge A. Z. Adkins. public likes him best, and Mis and desperation picture what those who had sat near WEEK AT CHURCH About 400 editors turned Monday night

-. MacDonald has the ideal part to have happened had the ship seat and now are there no more. I this question down, leaving some Elizabeth Vines, special field representative -
might
A sectional meeting of the Flor- from national headquarters -
give her an opportunity to sing And yet, treading through '4,600 lined up an follows:
of state been turned over to a mus la,1
LEGIONINSTALLATION ida Federation of Women's Clubs talk
... : gave an Inspiring
life 2,87iAlire.l
beautiful and tbe tradition-minded and the purpose of making Franklin D. Roosevelt-
The music is cle-bound,
will be held in Starke on Thursday, and valuable onconducting
the God livable for the many and at the I M. Landon ____ ____1,814 some pointers
earthquake scenes are among near-sighted pilot. Thank we November S, at the Methodist the Roll Call here. Sev-
for those Lemke ___ ___ .__ 18
I the who same time more secure William n un
most spectacular ever seen on didn't get one, but Instead one
Church from 10 o'clock In the eral Workers appointed by Mr.
I
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NEXT MONDAY UNDER In thli head when all about who already are well-to-do. Norman Thomas -
screen. Another surprise could keep his complete
morning until 4 o'clock In the afternoon Landrum were present. A -
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DIRECTION OF of could "Underneath all that has been a Earl Browder -
film .Is the portrayal a pries were losing theirs, who remain Mrs W B. Young, of i list of workers will be announced -

CLAUDE LEE by Spencer Tracy. Although thii calm-eyed while panic reigned philosophy that our, democracy if I Grunge Park vice-pre.dd.nt of The editors predicted as follows: at an early date, he said.

Vice Galnes- Is an entirely different type ot who could, sense the full size it Is to survive, cannot be rigid; Section Four, will be the presiding 1. Mr Roosevelt will receive a The Roll Call will begin Wednesday -

lie Commander of the role for this actor, he has receiver of the peril and take such chances that government Is a living organism .' officer. minimum of 269 electoral votes November 11 and will continue -
Post Claude
American Legion. the that It must change to meet than he needs to win.
critical: acclaim for his Interpre as were necessary' to rescue. ; three more
'. I Luncheon will be served In the through Thanksgiving.
Lee, wilt perform Installation tation.I the times; that to get back would r and a number that may be Increued -,
* Club House at 12:30 for SOc .
*monles at the local Jones- I and Wednesday "We have criticized him much mean a recurrence)-of what did per by Roosevelt victories! In anyone ; "
kotford-Whlte LeI Next Tuesday r plate. Every member of the Starke
Post American Devil Doll', weird tale of a and will much more, but we are happen, multiplied--an eventual of four doubtful states. II LOCKJAW
'The
TO Club Is Invited to attend all -
sessions
I next Monday evening, Nov. 2, I Lionel Bar trying to deal with the "net," the shock too great for the nation.to 2. The Democrats will win 26(
t;30 mad scientist, starring and the luncheon.Representatives .
i o'clock.; It wasannounced batting average. And that la higher stand. I I seats In the House of Representa: VICTIM BURIED
here. Barry :1
jsterday) afternoon by N., D, I rymore, will the be seen scientist who con in our opinion, than that of any "Translate that "philosophy |1-: from all clubs',I tIre to 1S9 for the Republicans, 1 2

iiWTlght. Jr., Adjutant. The I more plays that reduces anImals other public figure of our time. I in section Four are expected. 'I for the Progressives. and 3 for the!I FORMER RESIDENT OF THER-
local 1 celves; a formula terms of the recovery we are now )
official urged full attendance and human beings to a We are a bit fed up with the '' Among distinguished state officers Farmer-Labor) ESSA DIED SUNDAYIN

* members and ex-service men of their natural size anc hate Roosevelt chorus that has enjoying and the greater confl- present will be Mrs. John G. Kel- 3. The Democrats will win 20 MIAMI

to the Monday evening meet sixth In recent months by the dence the rank and file of us haven um, President; Mrs. J. Ralston
been I elections
leaves them hopeless morons.. The su-g 'I of the fall's 34 senatorial James L. Hlghtower, 42, former
Incidentally hU and have Wells, First Vice-President Mrs
Lee celebrates that Roosevelt sav our future you our explanation ;
with Its macabre very supermen I i giving them 67 seats In the Senate resident of Theresa, died SundayIn
anniversary Monday and he wrote laboratory of tiny humans and the ed. But we do not rest our case of why we believe the | Thurston Roberts, Second Vice-, to 27 for the Republicans and Miami from an attack of lock-
will be an extreme pleasure scenes Rather we want to Roosevelt Administration has been President and others. '
his revenge on emotions. 1 each for the Progressive and Far-
genius plotting that net In after he had stepped m
IUd a treat to myself, to be hon'ed gloating on cruel enemies is one of put In words why we think It was the moat effective, the most far-1'I Delegates elected to represent J: mer-Labor parties. jaw on a rusty nail a week before -

by being with you on this dramas In which possible only for a man of Roose lighted and the most humanitarian : the Starke club are Mrs. G. H. ,, .
.
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the most! startling ------
tetaalon. velt's vision to lead us out, and since Lincoln saved the Union. And m' Lowry and Mrs. K. G. Duncan.

While no new members to the lo- Barrympre has acted. I then why we believe It would be a what we have said of the domestic Hostesses for this meeting whichIs Gap Iteing Installed The body was brought here Wednesday
,
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Q1 Legion Post have been record- blunder to defeat him policies we project also Into the for burial In Hope Om -
stupendous to take the of the .
I place regular
Traffic on Road 13 Is now having I at Theressa with the Rev, O.i .
'or field to | tery
the year, Adjutant Wain- BRADFORDCOUPLE I for re-election In the middle of a foreign encompass why we meeting in November are: Men-" to detour' around a place In the

,""cot Is miking a steady drive : HELD I recovery which he is so certainly :'onsder! the 'good neighbor In a'' 'dame. L. A. Davis, E. L Matthews, road where workmen are busy Installing I i E. Cutshaw, officiating

ards landing the local' Post In I accomplishing. .roiible'l world the blood brotherf Lucian hazer, W. D. Webb, T. J. a cattle-gap at the southern |t Mr\ Hightower is survived by

""* one hundred percentage err I HIT-AND- "Rosevelfs tribute to the forgotten > the forgotten man at home Wei j ,,Griffin, W. B. Midilleton, Bynum city Britt This work Is part I, his wife, Mrs. Mxttle Hlghtower.
WITH
"""mont CHARGED I than a friendly ire moving aheaJ. But there's a. I He was also stepfather of Mra.O. .
columns of the State more .
NEAR man was 'Perkins, J P. Warren, R. J. Davis.Interest of the fencing project designed to ,
'. i, RUN OFFENSE LIVE OAK I political gesture It expresseda long way yet to go." It's no timeo i r .. keep cows out of town. J. Phillip, of Lawtey ,

philosophy both of government change leaders. ': Pall bearers were: A. J Thomas
BAPTIST ----- t
Thomas, residents In Homecoming I Ii Freeman Register, li. M. Montgomery -
J. E. and Llllle
REMODEL CHURCH of the Wateroak section, I Lake Cemetery {Want Organization HereJ T. K McClane, Jr.. chairman of i i Green To Minnesota I f:. K. I'erryman, Floyd

were taken Into custody Wednesday -, Klngsley the alumni Homecoming committee Congressman Lex Green left I Green and C. Sullivan.

SIX NEW ROOMS FOR I by Suwannee County officers There will be a working at the Frank: Candeto of Jacksonville for Bradford County, reports Wednesday for St. Paul, Minn., to ..- --..,.. -- -- -

SUNDAY SCHOOL I pncl carried to Live Oak to face Klngsley Lake Cemetery on Thursday state tunHClor for the Junior that a great amount of Interest Is : answer a call from the Democratic I I Masons Meet At Kaiford
,
'I
PLANNED automobile L. Silcox requests United American Mechanics, :1 National Committee to speak before -
I charges resulting from an November 5. J. Order i being/ manifested! locally In the annual
C-t':; ; sccldent there last Saturday. those Interested to come and Virgil Lancaster, deputy state event which will take place 1 the election In Minnesota anll I Masonic members from Starke
It mire repair and "remodel- and Mrs and other In Starke lost. weekIn I 1 surrounding stiles.: During the Brroker. Aiacrnia, Galivnt-
work It Is alleged that Mr. and bring hoe! rakes counselor, were al the University of Florida thin Lawtey,
y Baptist was begun this week on sideswiped another automobile tools. Lunches will be carried. the interest of organizing a ,1! week-end when the Gator football I past few weeks he has been waging'I' vllle, Newberry Mlcanopy Hawthorne -
:: Church, where the east I Thomas a very active speaking campaign Waldo Lake Butter and Island -
! e :,f causing It to overturn ; chapter here team plays Maryland. Besides the !! I
the structure will be con- to see what ClubThe .. there are other features that In Florida In behalf of the state Grove met with the Ralfordl
failed to stop Townsend --- game
rootf into six Sunday School and 'I and national Democratic! ticket An address
done. The driver of will! appeal to many, Mr. McClane lodge Thursday night
giving a total of eleven :I harm had been whose name was not Townsend Club will meet In Hook Review ClubThe says. such as the "Gator Growl" i ... by L. F ChJpnrm: superlntendont

ems When the new ones are com" I the ether is not car,expected to live, it laIsald. the court house Monday night st Book Review Club will meet famous pep rally/ Friday night at Gold prospectors along the South ct: the Stag Prison Farm, on.'Ma

'The given, 7:30 o'clock. Some good speakers night, November a I, at 7'SO In FIrrHa! Field Stadium, and t I I Canadian river In New Mexico earn canary and Modern Living' \ aanjoyed.

"W'Td church vestry Is. also being Thomases will be detainedIn are promised for the meeting by ,7 Th'30 n o lay clock at the Presbyterian the various college reunions to be I I an average of '3 a day panningthe The Rev. L O. Sheffield!
and i ilaDse. I
and considerable paint I The 1300 W N. Johnson, vice-president held morning. metal. naito the address ot welcome.r .
post Saturday
,,5* "IH be done to add to the atlveneliS Live Oak until they kP large\ attendance Is requested. I !

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LOYAL upon what YOU do TUESDAY,


DEMOCRATSDr. November 3, depends the FATE :

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H. B. McLendonH. 01 your country 9 your state 9 ;


Hogan.A.Manassa Smith your home and. your happiness!

Harold Wall

E.L.MatthewsT. I Vote for a United States You Won't Get Another Chance

Frank Landrum I Not a United ESTATES! Like This for Four Years!

A. J. Thomas :
p THE ISSUE in this election is plain. The American, people Remember, it will be a long time before you'll get a chance
I
E. K. ,,
Perryman
j. are called upon to choose between a Republican to elect our President. It's very important that you spend
Leon A. Gray administration that has and would again enslave them in ONE minute in voting for FOUR great years of wonderfulthe
A. J. GriffisC. service of privileged groups and a Democratic admin results! Rain or shine, remind your friends and acquaint.
A. Knight istration dedicated to the establishment of equal economic ances, remind your family and relatives, and be sure to vote
opportunity for ALL our people. for four more years of Democracy! ..
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Lucian Hazen
Carl JohnsJ. Vote for the Amendment FavorVote for America's Security!

H. DenmarkW. ing the State Social Security Act Vote for a Brighter Future!

H. Hart By amending the state Constitution (now prohibiting old.
Nat Sternberg age pension payments), Florida will participate financiallyin President Roosevelt says: "R ecovery means something
the Federal Social Security Act, and receive matching more than getting the country back into the black. You
W. P. Smith :" pension funds from the Federal Government for payments and I do not want just to go back to the past. We want to
old If the amendment loses, Floridians will
to our people.
Bryant's Cafe face the future in the belief that human beings can enjoy J
be taxed the same as those from other states, but none of
F.C. Hollingsworth this Federal pension money will be returned by the government more of the good things of life, under better conditions,
to Florida. than human beings EVER ENJOYED IN THE PAST."
i Magnolia HotelW. ]

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For PresidentJXRC3SEVELT For Governor For U.S.Senator For U.S.Senator
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J. B. Sapp To Vote for Roosevelt Vote HERE ARE THE NAMES

John Powell a[ ] Fred Andrew [jj] Wallace N. Keith

Paul Canova for First Seven Presidential E[x] W.P. (Bill)Arnold Q[ ] Lloyd Z. Morgan

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: -. Sr\KKK ILORIu t KUIIY.. O< TO UK II Sl>, 1930 NUM11EU SEVENPIIORIAL
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\: STAFF I I Student Government SIXTH OR.\DF.S rOKKRLVTK I| --
Mental Scientist Is 8th Grade Makes

; ,1,1,! rotl-lN-CHIEF FUGATE I Does Good Work GtOGH.1'IIsn: t :SGl.J"1I1 Heard By SchoolDr. Current ScrapbooksSome \\1 I ELEMEtlTARYECHOES
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% i! The two sixth grades studied I -- I I III ]I II

:M_1 HORARY; EDITOR I The regular meeting of the Stu Spain in georgraphy and In connec- Thomas JEtj. I;>avls. Mental very! interesting scrapbook .
dent Government tion with that read
2JAI' : 1 1U3 HEMINGWAY was held Monday a book call Scientist and Psychologist, visited have been started on Cllr- I
afternoon ed "The '
October 19. the seventh Spanish Twins. The out the Bradford Hh! Schol Thursday rent News Event Several subjects -
,f}(IETY EDITORfLOR1f' period In Mrs. come was a decision to write storIes
Carpenter's -
: home 1fnd
October I3.: delivered a !' that have been started are. 1F.n'II.NTSU:'] SHOWERSFIFTH
I [l' KILLINGSWORTH room. The meeting was called to continuing the adventures of forceful and enlightening lecture to Strange Facts, Earthquakes. Fifth Grade Conducts 1K\DK

EXCHANGE EDITOR order by the President Ovid Lewis Carlos and Felipe, who were the an audience who listened intentlyand Storms, Accidents, Babies Foreign Assembly ThursdayThe All pupil In our class have turned 1
Reports were given by the varIous Spanish twins. One of the best It Celebrities and
MARGIE MCMILLANREPORTER with eagerness was a privIlege Countries Local out to be either merchants or
committees, The manners anil stories was written by Shirley to hear Dr. Davis who has Famous People The alms of this of shoppers. Last week Marjorie

SFEl'YAL morals committee reported that Colley of Mrs. Searing's room.. traveled all over the United States, project are: To develop the habitof fifth grade Program was In last charge week. Davis brought us her .'Terry town

LOIS JUDD I they are emphasizing character 4. Alaska, and British Columbia lecturing reading worthwhile news. the Assembly by singing Store" to tine Pupils began at

-- .-.- traits, Introduction, politeness, and Amateur HourSponsored on Character Education. To teach the pupils to summarize. They"Old opened Kentucky the program Home," then repeated once to collect sample packages,
FOR TilE WEEK table manners. Safety committee Crime and its and other .
LEXDK prevention and Since '
and Flag price tags, play money
( I the Lord's Prayer
Monday Student Council and reported that they have thirty- By B.H.S. similar subjects. To be informed on current his Salute. Next, the fifth and sixth then we have had quite a bit of '

meeting. three members, have obtained safety Dr. Davis told us that the study tory.
.uriurt Athletic Association I grades 1l1U1"Home/ on the Range"Then practice In buying, selling. figurIng -
Wdav B, H. S. Journal Club.iednesuav buttons which they will wear of people is the greatest of all I To teach place geography. Keeffee Pitts from the fifth bills and making change.
P. C. Club. and have posted material the the boys Reports are made from time to
-C. on studies. He Impressed on reading, "Castor Oil" We voted In our class meeting
\ a
Commercial Club. bulletin board. The music 1. Song "I'm an Old Cow I entertained time these booklets. grade gave
committee and girls that the thoughts on
'/nursday\ Next, a dramatization of "Meet Thursday, to use the money left in
Health and reported that have five Hand"--By several Pupils. mind result In con- Ferol Jones and Grace Dew arerepresenting
Hallowe'en, they in the and to of next
FrIday i by Dorothy Faxon our treasury buy a copy
IngItlry"
2. "When I With You"By
era Program. members on the school orchestra. Song m I duct and form habits "We look our room In the Amateur Keeffee Pitts. Dr. Lowry gave an month's "Child Life Magazine" and

: _. Special program committee re --- Wanda ..Pearce. like what we think about." said Program Friday afternoon.We Interesting talk on Cleanliness of also to try to raise enough money
; HALLOWE'EN ported that 3. Song- "Oh, :My Goodness"By how to use hope to win the prize so wish
1111', \\ : HAVE plans were being made Four Dr. Davis. "Learn your mind and body. Announcement each month to continue getting
for an Armistice Day program. Couples. I will and to concentrate your us luck! Mr. Gray were then made and l this magazine. J
by
Halloween comes October Uiy.tlrst The office commitee reporte'l that 4. Song "Home On the Range"By thoughts and to direct your effortsIn The home-room program, given marched back to our rooms. In an art lestton lust week. Mrs.

For young people I It its aim was to render unusually Junior Silcox. the right way and you will suc by Alta Smith, Tuesday, morning we Gloria Buford, Reporter. Hart gave each of us a pretty colored

:Ti! night of gayety and pranks, good service this year to all. TheB. 5. Poem "Castor Oil'By ceed." The lecturer cited several was very Interestitng. A four picture to mount.'e each

night fo' witches, cats, ghosts, H. S. Journal Club reportedthat Keefee Pitts. Instances of how men have risento I Irene skit was given entitled "The +---NKUSMlns selected two sheets of colored paper

I fairies That evening is soUKd they had edited one page In 6. Song "Ragged Ann"llyGloria the pinnacle of fame by exercising -|I Sleeping Beauty." Between two FOURTH flRAIIK suitable for the picture. cut

mil because It l is the eve of theVitlan the Telegraph each week. The Price and Joyce Moor. will power and determination. acts Grace Dew sang a Spanish Adklns, Teacher the paper the right size and pastedthe

festival of All Saints. I traffic committee reported that 7. Song "Little Orphan. Annie" For example: King David of song. We hope to have another We have been busy getting ready paper and picture together.

: means Holy Eve, a timeHiuam they are going to get caps and -- By Seven girls. Israel, Joseph of Egypt, Napoleon, program just as interesting noon. i for Hallowe'en. Our room Is full Our room Is guy with Hallowe'en I
:vname I 8. Impersonation By Junior Mussolini of Italy and Our library table and bulletin jot Jack-o-Lunterns!, Hallowe'enmen
set apart to honor the badges for all boys on this com of France pictures that were colored in art
all saints. mittee. The library reported that Adkins and Willis Smith. Hitler of Get'many. We all have board have been kept very well. and black cats. class
!amor! .' 'of \ 9. Song "Green Eyes" By Grace Just to Most of the clans have finished the I We wrote stories about Hallow
building of bonfires, crackof I a set of 35 books had been order- equal powers; we prove I Elise Green donated some maga.
_The nuts bobbing for apple8t1ng ed, several books had been donated Dew. the world our ability and desires. I second month's science assignments e'en. Here are two of our best ames to our room. ,

( water to the and that 10. Song and Dance-By Dorothy Since the power is within us we ones: White Is the
In tubs of an'IIIng library plans were I Olin lending room
: t of fortunes and ghost stor- I being made for the librarian to Marie Faxon. obtain success by ambition, perfect I Mary Loraine Stockwell, Home "big Little Books" until the <
:!!, 11. Song "Will I Ever Know"By self-control, determination Reporter.TIIK .
ID which are now Hallowe'en custio visit other libraries. The attendance Harriet Bemon. On l..l'lo".n' Night enl of the term.

': are all relics of paganism.bout committee asked that all absentees --12. Reading By Rosie Mae oni t;' tTh nmotuini: ; ;?ei the is- no other easy character way to !I "SPANISH n -TWINS Once there was a little boy named We have begun a wood and bark >

, thirteen centuries ago, pa- and those tardy would pay I Rowe. and fame," said Dr. Davis GO TUKASl'KK HUNTING! : Jack. He had made a Jack-o- collection, we are trying to sea
celebrated November the first their pennies. The inter-school relation Saddles"By success lantern for the next night for that how many kinds we can get.
::mi 13. Song "Empty -- entertain the
when spirits, committee reported that "One must I glad Mrs. Hart put up a nail for our
; Spirits Day, Hallowe'en. Jack was HO
eAIl, I Two boys. thoughts to be great." It I is By Shirley ColleyIt was
and evil were supposed their plans are to welcome all visitors right that he could not Bleep. The next scratch paper. that Ispaper that
:oIh rood I 14. Song "Is It True What They also essential for one to have the was a hot morning in Spain.
earth. Even the pagans to school, and prepare the I morning Jack Jumped up out of has been used on one side anil, can
a He on I Say About Dixie" By Selma to form the best Carlos and Felipe were still asleep.
Christianity, they still ob- stage for the programs of other right thoughts bed and on his clothes. That be used on the other Hide to drawor
jopted Thornton, D. Green, R. Hundley. habits. Thin was clearly picturedin I They had no Idea the sun was pulled
of their old customs, schools coming here. The First lifter a hard play, Jack tooka figure on.
flvsmnny 15. Song "Until The Real his interesting discussion of the' shining brightly. Tin Maria call- night
have Aid rooms committee reported that Hallowe' Joe English and Eloise Bullock ,
which sur- and dressed hilt
those bath
adudtog Thing Comes Along" By Grace Ar- cigarette and Its power over one. ed, but they did not awaken. She
diversion they had received donations of have been bringing the two daily
.lied as the Hallowe'en wood. .-. called again, louder, "Carlos! Fe en suit he ran to the back porch
Burns humorously de- mattresses, comforts, towels, rugs and lit his Juck-o-lantern and start newspapers to school.
today "Billy Boy" By Billy lips! It's time you were up and
aiitl! in his poem, "Hallowe'en." and pillows from the F. E. R. A. 18. Song and Joyce Moor. Mrs. Wall Led Music dressed." ed to the Hallowe'en party. Ha Flowers have been plentiful in

and that they are painting and Benson ran down the sidewalk as fast na our room this last week, the win-
I "Did I Remember"by At District Meeting
17. Song "Tla Maria calling us and I
IN EDUCATION doing all they can to make the and Leola Nor you he could. He did not see two cats dows have been almost full.
TllRl'ST ; Lillian Moseley know Is the are to
today day we
rooms attractive. They have also I on the fence All of a sudden the The following paragraphs were
Why stumble through school received a full supply of medicine man. At the district teachers meetingIn go on a treasure hunt, if Ties Maria two eats began to fight. Jack written In Language class:

member that you go through and first aid equipment. 18. Hallowe'en Number By Gainesville on Saturday, Octo- will let us," said Carlos. the Juck-o-lantern and "
dropped
riioolonly I once and why not make Group of boys and girls ber 17, some of the faculty mem- At the mention of treasure hunt
log
Some of the committees will ran home as faRt as he could and My
?:abe8t of this opportunity. Don'tjJre In the home 19. Impersonation of PopeyeBy bers of Bradford High School assisted Felipe was wide awake, because he went to bed. I have a very pretty dog. Her
that you don't like present programs W. B. McKinney. with the musical numbers. was ready to go any time Tla
course
: a The schedulefor By Carl Crumpler, 4th GradIluliotc'e'n name Is Rollo. She Is black and
rt Will! not use. Try to get well rooms every day. 20. Song "I Can't Escape Mrs. Wall directed America, the Maria said they could.Felipe's white. She has real long hair.
the week is:
tough acquainted with yourself to From You"-My Mary Edwards. opening song. After which Miss thought went back to My brother got her at Gaines
talks and schol-
I And
Monday: Safety Guitar By For The Fairies
Htct what you need and want, 21. Song-With Anita Courtmanch played two violin the day of the Taking last year. ville. She was not used to children

at give yourself the opportunity arship. Manners and Morals, Ferrol Jones. solos, "Hungarian Dance No. 5, '"Carlos," said Felipe suddenly, "do Uohllnll and was very surprised at
future life. Tuesday: 22. Song-"Codfish Ball" By "When I Grow Too It was Hallowe'en night anc
is t be successful in your by Brahms and you remember The Day of Taking ua.

m II an opportune time for all Slogans and Mottoes. r Arllne Dew. Old to Dream,' Mrs. F. H. Long last year, and how Estellan and some fairies and goblins were dan You can take pieces of meat
Conservation, o Hutch-
4 IB to begin. Don't say "If Iontitid Wednesday: 23. Reading-By Jenell was her accompanist, Mrs. Benson the Captain of the Patrol helped ua clng In a fairy ring. Some wen and give to her and she will turnover

a chance." Think of the Health and Cheer Up. Scholarships Inson. then contributed a beautiful solo, to get Cbica back from the gypsies drinking wine and others were sitting and over. ,
and You
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nemeful people you know who Thursday: Contests and Constitution. 24. Song "When Leola Did Nor "Sunbeams" by Condon and a duet, 7""Yes on mushrooms laughing an I When she wants water she will '

w thrifty In getting through or Flag and school spirit.Commercial Leave Heaven"-By "Carmlna" by Wilson, was sung I remember It all," mumbled talking. Suddenly a fairy can sit down by the pump and howl
Friday: Pep
$ Khool and In earning their man. by Mrs. J. H. Benson and Mrs. Carlos, "but now Is not the running In shouting. "See. See! 8e t and wag her tail.
-1 Sweet Mys-
are 25. _Song-"Ah! for the bonfire!" A big shout wai I
who now The accompanists
college, Ethel Biggs. Grade.
17 through McMil time to talk about tho things, II By Herbert Green, 4th
Wty in learning more about Club tery of Llfe"-My Margie these numbers was Mrs. Clifton for remember we are going on a heard. Everybody Jumped up anc I

Mr Jobs If you don't have a lan. Brown. ran to the bonfire. They all too The house I Live In I
treasure hunt today.
once, make a chance. That Is. Has Typing Contest i 26. Song-Cowboy Number Tin Maria came In just then and hands and danced around the bon The house I live In 1 la located on '

sil thrift and planning. By Group of boys and girls. BIOGRAPHY OF before she could say a word both fire. Everybody was shouting: the corner of N. Church St. and

-- The Commercial Club had Its LEITIIA KELLEY boys shouted at once. "We are Happy Hallowe'en! Happy Hal E. Washington Ave. It I Is S01l1.11ancl

WilY! Thursday after- lowe'en! And so that wo a merry painted yellow. It has seven
\\E WONDER weekly meeting Jokes Leitha was born May 30, 1919 at ready to go on our treasure hunt.
in the auditorium.The has Hallowe'en for the fairies and the rooms. I like the dining room bent I
noon where she
morning. Florida Maria" ?
Jean Is late every I Brooker, Can't we go now Tla
minutes for re- second year typing class had life When a small "not goblins. of all because it hall a big table
\We have only 10 "Humph! I could write a lived all her "Boys, said Tin Maria, so
Willis: Roberta Whitfield
contest. The Hy and a victroln.
a ten-minute typing had a child Leitha was unhealthy and on a trea-
el! I this if I loud yes, you may go
Mildred Brown, story as good as I 4th Grade. There la a bush and other
Mary Loraine brings an apple contestants were: very easily frightened. She lived sure hunt." rose
Polk and mind to. I .-- flowers in the front and lots ,
Oleta Smith, Audrey until three of the yard
F"ry morning. "Sure, but that's exactly In a log house years Imagine Till Marie letting I
Hilda Wyrick. Audrey Polk won Junior: built LANTERN NMIIKH FNJOVKIJIIV of pecan trees all around the
1 The seniors were In an up-roar RA H.hAn--- iAt' father a new I boys KO anywhere!
today when their rings came.Mr. the contest, writing twentythreewords what you lack. house.: Shortly after moving into A- few- minutes- later the boys SKCO.M: GRADES house. We have a long garage in -

Benson's bookkeeping stu- a minute. Vernle (following rapid fire dictation -I the new houne an Incident occur said goodbye and started away on the back yard. Right behind the

DU are so industrious. We elected our treasurer and ) : "Now, Mr. Bensonwhatdid red that will always remain freshIn their treasure hunt. Tuesday morning lantern slides, garage In an old chicken house I

Everyone couldn't make A's in reporter. you say between-'Dear Sir' Leitha's mind. .. She and her It was a long hot climb up the secured from the General Extension play In.

)ttbaDII Treasurer :Myrtice: KI1J1n s. and 'Sincerely Yours' ?" sister had gone under the home: hill on which the castle stood. At Division' on Health MuHlc, By Kathleen Chastuln Stockwell.

We don t have a greater va worth; Reporter-Marjorle McMil- to play. They heard 'a peculiar noon they came to the old Moor- and Art, were enjoyed by the pupils
"I ;; you think I'm a discovered from the Second Grades. Accompanying The HOIIHO I IJve In
ty of songs in the morning. lan. Billy: suppose noise and when they lab castle which had a stream running -
School doesn't begin at 10 perfect Idiot." what It was they were both speechless -I I by the side of it. After they : each picture wan a The house I live in has five

clock, BIOGRAPHY OF Katie: "Oh, no--none of us is with fear. It was a small alli- had en ten their lunch, which was phonograph record making it more rooms and a screened porch. The

Spelling is so hard to learn. MILDRED BROWN perfect." gator. no more than a sandwich and a Interesting We feel very grateful outside of the house Is painted'
to school when six to Mr. Matthews for lending green und white and the inside I III
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\\\'e don't have chapel every day. the World Warduring' "Why are you eating She started drink of watet from the spring
following
Closely Vernon: of The first school that to start the machine so that we may see painted a light cream, color. The
VIe bave a holiday so seldom. of Restoration knife 7" years age. they sprang up, eager
the
are period with your ." she attended was a country school for the treasure. 'these ulldea. room I like best Is the living room
All the teachers of English Mr. and Mrs. Eaton "My fork leak hunting
Arthur I
and Adjustment John
Oiling diacritical markings. I had something to called Ziff. Every morning, win- After Felipe had gotten to the bcruiiMC/ It In very big and has three

-.-.. -_ Brown truly *. He: "I hear you're singing over ter and summer, she walked abouta door of the castle he looked as SECOND GRADE NF.US window In It, und two large

I\R \\\Ol-LD HAPPEN IF: be happy little over. A.had origin come quit Into the radio now." mile and a half to school, until though he might not go In, Carlos We have recently organized. a French doors. There are two bigamphor

Harriet Benson smiled at the tempered home., Mr.girl Brown, a well I She: "Yes. The other day I she had completed the third grade. I saw the expression on Felipe's face Kindness Club" In our room. : trees in front of the

lis as "sweetly as she smiles at their resident of Bradford Coun sang 'I May Not Pass This Way Ziff and Brooker were then con- and said, "Come on fraidy cat. Some of the rules of the club are: louse and two rose bushes at the "

, boys" known Again,' to the satisfaction of the solidated and a bus hired to car- There's nothing to be afraid of." 1. Be King to each other. corners of the porch. Behind the'neie

*> Demorest diJn't teach ty and the child's father this, was helped per audience." I ry the children to school. She attended I I "I'm not afraid," said Felipe. 2. Be neat. bushes In a long hedge witha
' haps most grateful as school in the old school said few flowers along It. In the back
'jOken English? side of I j "Well then, come on, 3. Sit still. Stand taU i
!fcrjorie McMillan didn't keep him look to the brighter Au Mother: "Come here Johnnie" ; house at Brooker for two years; > Carlos, even though he was not anytoo 4. Offer a chair and be kind to yard Is a little house where the
town on
life. At a very small good news for you. built. Leltha cook stay
was
some one
have then the new fornve. visitors
*lea?with her gum In typing gust 2, 1919 the news' occurred.were Johnny (without enthusiasm) : was an outstanding pupil and president -r The two started In. The castle We enjoyed the lantern slides on [ By Evelyn Hall.

ADell Futch didn't talk so fast? Mildred's noticeable pre-school to outsiders days as "Yes I know, father Is homo of the clasa, the term that was dark and creepy. Bats flew health very much. We also have SIXTH flRADK. JS'EVYH ;

The motto? very again." she completed the ninth grade. i here and there but the boys were some! large health posters secured
school had a of the family by did I
members you
The aenlors would act dignified? well as decisions and Irrelevant Mother: "Yes, but how Leitha entered Bradford County I eager to hunt for treasure and, after from the General Extension Divi Our room has been drawing early -

111'1. Beaaley didn't count 1, 2, 3, her quick Several thought this would know T"Johnny won't rattle High School In 1934' as a sopho- a few moments, they did not sion. Egyptian ships and coloring
speech. : "My bank more and immediately" liked to attention to the bats and Miss Teacher.
Kitty Hogscd,
for the first year students In her later life, but so far pay any them. We have covered our history -
endanger more." attend school here. She is now a noises The floor of the
"Plug? helpful. She Is any : different and spelling note books and
it has been very not failed a single
tput senior and has I castle was rotten. HIGH THIRD GRADR have cut our letters out of them.We .
-- Indolent and seems steak
but ordered a
WOt'CUTS FOB TUB WEEK anything effort to attain ac A cow-puncher The waiter subject since she entered school The boys found a place In the Starke, Fla., Oct. 23, 1930. had a display of the ships and
forth every
In at. a restaurant. I here. From the home science class, floor that looked like there mightbe Dear Schoolmates: notebook in Mr*. Wainwright'sroom
The the The
now
fellow who Is pulling on in all subjects rare-ver'Y.rare. to become
curacy In inspiration
brouarht It she received an treasure hidden there. We have been letter Friday afternoon for the
""i boat. and de- studying
hasn't time to rock the school. looked at It and intends to make with
of two cow-puncher to the I a nurse They started digging away writing and decided 'we would en county teachers' meeting. The
gOO) deed Is never lost. She being the younger manded that it be returned that Inspiration a reality. all their might, when suddenly
The to be a joy telling your our news In a letter teacher for the fourth, fifth, and .
best that can give naturally seems cooked. childhood Leitha was "
thing you children kitchen and I From early Carlos dropped his pick and cried sixth grade met In that room.
wait
mother Is conduct that will little boresome at times. school "It Is cooked," snapped the taught to work and now at the age Hombre I The saints defend us! Our teacher brought ua five new Sara Barefoot.
Ike her of Her first six years in she knows how to
proud
you. of seventeen Look! Felipe Isn't that the same
er. book this k. Three are about -S---
I we
tIe one successful Is the at her home town, Sampson replied the do almost -
who Is were "Cooked-nothing. keep house and everything gypsy that told Tla Maria's for- FOURTH GRADE
"" hurt birds, one l ia about "Sunny BunnyRabbit"
OI"he IS useful. City Florida, then as misfortune cow-puncher. "I've seen cows to be done on a farm. tune ?" For there in the doorway Miss Edward. Teacher
and one I Is about "Little
The number of people and along and their school house that and get well. Leitha's greatest faultsare We Halloween decorations
square came worse than Two of stood the bearded man and the Bears' Up and Down" Our tea- are making -
the of miles burned, she with others was dislike for conceited I for this week.
number with
square was -- her great woman In a green skirt a cher ban been reading to us about our room
'*tot great. to Bradford High. KOOM PROGRAMS she la too timid and I I I We about well-
: makes the country transferred of HOME people and scarlet rose In her hair Little Bear this week and ia goingto are studying
.r..t Us ',e done with fault-finding The most outstanding office sensitive Although no one Is per- "Yea, whispered Felipe.BASKETBALL read about Sunny Bunny next known artist and their paintings.Our .

le"v.. off lIelfseeklng.P.E' Miss Brown was Secretary of the Several interesting talks have fect, Leitha has onlya; few faults week. teacher got some lantern

Junior class In 193 -36. been given In the different rooms compared to the average boy or SUITS We are making Halloween llite* showing maaterplecea.

" ',\ ITCHES! GHOSTS! I She is now an attractive young this week. Among the subject discussed girl of her age. The> Basketball girls sponsored thing now. We are starting on We are glad to have Maurice
I
/Belay night'at the Woman'sJ lady, being about five feet and were: "Evil Effects of Alcohol "- Leitha Is five feet and five Inches an Amateur Program last Fridaythe our health booklet. also. In geography Martin and Hllbron Waldron back.

J there will be witches, ghosts l" four inches high and weighs one ," "Manners and Morals, tall brown eyes and brown hair sixth and seventh period. Each I we are beginning the study Betty Hayes ha been sick. We

4t 7 and gypsies. Have your for- hundred and thirty pounds. "Character Traits," and "StetY"Splendid and weighs one hundred and thirty room gave a number which made of Japan. miss her very much. We hope
told aheadMi ambition Is to do secretarial has been done by he will coon be back.
and see what Is Her work pounds. the program very good. A box of Your friend,
Bob for a nice red juicy work. Her favorite subject being the various committees and many --Louree Howard. candy was given to the student The High Third. Dorothy William brought a very

1JIle anc! don't forget the fish shorthand. we feel sure that she interesting programs have been doing the belt. Grace Dew received -----. pretty potted plant for our room.

d. ome one! Come all! And will reach her goal. given In the home rooms. Scrip- Interesting Notes the prize.A The University of Florida L* no I MPKOVKMKNTVl.V'iTirkoO: >l

&av. a good time at the club- By Patsy Edmondson. ture readings prayer and flag salute total of $35.:35 was made with rich-boy school. Eighty per cent We are trying to make our

'l** Fr",jay night. Admission 10 begin the day and are usual class has a very Interesting about $l.50 of expense. This of all student must earn their college room very attractive, by bringing

SocietyMiriam ly followed by talks or readings. The junior flag In their room. It This money will go to buy the expenses, either wholly or In flower stand and pot flower We

-- Poems and quotations are often forty-six star as it was girls' suit We expect to get about. part. have two new stands already.
?* '' add to the effectiveness i has only twelve suits. --- -.-- ---
iverslty of Florida Drives Saturdaywith given. These the last two states Garland Godwin told the whole
'"""S; man a chance to know Guy spent Gaines of the program. Mottoes are made admitted before to. the union. Who -- Maine Is the only state of the lass about his trip to Texas. I
4 P40 Helen Laughln In of the rooms and were 200.000 youth In the CCC union which does not touch more
L F of his atate. Students poeted In many the names of the last two bleak every body enjoyed it.
tell
!''lv frorn every nook and corner ville. Rahme went to Gainesville set goals towards which the students states can admitted. camps are studying for the future. than one other Itat.. Vera Manning, Reporter.Bradford .

ida and on the campus ev- Gladys work.
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FADE FOUR BhADFOItn COCNTY TKIJBOnAPH. STARKC. FLORIDA_. ._. _. --..- --.! __-" .. .'_. FRIDAY OCTOBER': 10, 191
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N..D. Wainwright Popular Bradford Tax Assessor I District Woodman MeetingAt Junior Woman's Club Men's Bible'Entertains 'Clay,

Honored With Reception On 75th Birthday Gainesville Next Week Gives Benefit BuncoDanceOne Friend,


!Mm N. O Wainwright gave an I. ----- Piatrlct Manager Mrs Vonda In- of the largest and most suocewrful The Men Bible (1 i

,5ocictJj informal reception Saturday night, man states that North Central benefit parties of this season Baptist Church celebi! ,it t, t .I

from eight to eleven clock, in I District Convention of the Wood- was sponsored by the Junior and< anniversary with l'

honor of her husband's seventy- 'f" men Circle will meet in Gainesville Woman s Club last Friday night. Thursday night. Th. qua .ts ,"I. '

fifth birthday anniversary, and to i November 6. The afternoon The Woman's Club house was clev- bled at Bryant's CUe ,p"?,'?,' I ,
this happy affair 200 guests were b>> session will begin at 1:45: and last erly decorated in Hallowe'en colors eight o'clock.

Nancy Knight New River Association! Invited. The honor came as a J' ._' ". I until 5 o'clock. Dinner at the with black cats and Jack'olanterns Autumn flowers were ,u,-, r'.

Has Birthday Party \\>'. M. U. Annual MeetingThe complete surprise to this pioneer <;f. ,1 1.' Primrose Grill at 6 o'clock. The around the walls. lively In decorating for t th"> '
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Baptist Women Missionary citizen of Bradford County who Is night session will begin at 7:30.: Bunco was enjoyed during the

Little Miss Nancy Knight celebrated Union Association met at 10 now completing his thirtysecondyear '' ;:'",'jilt.'1;
her third birthday with a o'clock on Tuesday of last week in as tax assessor. A Woodmen Hall i clone of which coca-colas and toastmaster and in his ? a
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party Wednesday afternoon at the Baptist Church. The Wainwright home was ma.demore ,. .', the notables at this ; mighty-goods were served to the he stressed the necessity ,.f t ,u l
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o'clock, at the homo of this meeting wan Among ''J?'
three-thirty The theme for attractive with dahlias, glad guests. ation in the
\ meeting will be Mrs Virgie Flynn I Sunday Sr.'i: ,
her parents Mr. and Mrs H. V "Gleanings in the Mission Fields' ioli and golden Autumn flowers arranged ,t'J' District President Starke. Others I High prize for girls, a pair of made an appeal for the s'u, ,',' ,,1'I '

Knight Mrs Luther Powell gave the de- in baskets and bowls. Mr from Starke who will hold Im- hose, donated by Alexander and I Ithe I Sunday School.
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The Hallowe'en motif was car- votional and the welcome was given and Mrs. Wainwright graciously 'f Co., went to Miss Dorothy Sapp. Mr. Price Introduced .
Maude .
Mrs. tit .
ried out in the decorations, favors by Mrs. A. M. Darby. The response received the throng of guests and portant Musician offices are Mrs.: Viola Fus- The boy's prize, It box of handkerchiefs I I er of the evening the Rev" si*

and refreshments Horns caps, and was made by Mrs. W. K. congratulations and gifts were Andreu : donated by Stump's LeIchty, pastor of Hat
I sell Reporter: Miss Amy Moore, the Oceanw
other favors were enjoyed by the Jenkins. showered on this worthy citizen. Store was won by >S" G. Denmark. Baptist Church
Inner Sentinel and Mrs. Flynn'aDegree Jacksonvili, ,'
children. After the appointment of com- Judge A. Z. Adkins, the Rev. B. M. staff from Starke will as- Cut prize for girls, donated by gave a very Inspirational e
After playing many interesting mittees the Rev. O. E. Cutshaw Montgomery and A. J. Griffis each Mitchell's Drug Store; weht to subject for the talk I t
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games Mrs. Knight, asalsted by gave, talk on the topic "The Mes made a speech honoring Mr. WaIn- sist throughout the Convention.It Miss Dot Bishop. datlons." Mr. evening A J. was FOU

Mrs. S. A. Weldon and Mrs J. G. sage" wright Is expected that the nineteen Thomas Ka
Two were raffled off dur an impromptu talk
Lynn served orange ice cream and The main speaker for the day, Among the large number of gifts I Groves In the District will bring a the pnzes tho Sunday SchoolThe in h.hiif
ing evening. They were a .
Individual cakes decorated with the Rev. J. L. Plainfield, was Introduced was noticed an excellent framed donation for the Home of Orphan

Hallowe'en faces to the following: by Miss Louise Smith.Dr. photograph of Mr. Wainwright, Children located in Sherman, Texas shampoo, finger wave and mani- committee in charge of a
cure from Leila's Salon rangements was
Beauty ,
Duncan, Eugene Montgomery Plainfield, who is engaged In composed of p f:
Kaspcr Brothers
presented by Hoover : a I Barefoot
which went to Miss Katie E. M.
Carl Lamar Johns, Dottie Sue mission work in Tampa, chose for pen and pencil set from the coun- with his parents to Bradford Guardian of Gainesville Grove, tickets to the Ritz Theatre Fugateand B. Mundy. McDonald and.

Biggs, Jeanette McLendon. Shirley his topic "Gleaning In the Mission ty officials of Bradford County; County. He has served continu- I Mrs. Eula Ballentine, and her arrangements of Miss Mina ,
compliments Manas-
Jean Lynn Billy Weldon Carolyn Fields." and a large beautifully embossed ously in the tax assessor's office committee have com- Peggy Wig -
Mr.
Edwards Helen Price, J. E. Moines, The Rev. C W. Wilke closed the birthday cake made by Mrs. Flor- since 1900, with the exception of pleted plans for a gala day, andit sa won by Resale Colson. Celebrates Fifth

Jr.? of Gainesville and Betty Jo morning session with a prayer. ence E. Canova. one term 192832. In 1930 he Is believed that this will be one Over 100 members of the younger Birthday:

Durden. The afternoon session opened at Assisting Mr. and Mrs. Wain- went before the people and was of the most interesting, and larg- set attended this affair. Chap- Peggy Ann Wiggins tiuuKhiPi

Gloria Price Merry Beth Knight, 1 o'clock with the Rev. and Mrs. wright in entertaining were their elected as representative from this est District Conventions in the history erones were :Misses Annie Mae Mr and Mrs Orle Wiggins eel!

and Charles Knight helped In en- Thomiis Hooker rendering special sons, N. D. Wainwright Jr., E. J. county In the state legislature. It of the Oorder of our State. Pearce and Hazel Adkins, spon- brated her fifth birthday Thursd

tertaining the guests music Mrs. H. T. Hall also gave i and James Richard Wainwright. is believed that his tenure of of- Two hundred and fifty delegatesand sors of the club. afternoon with a Hallow (-n pan

'several delightful vocal numbers. ] Also Mrs. D. A. Monteith, Mrs. R. fice in this county is equalled only visitors are expected to at The Juniors wish to thank the The decorations favors and! i'

Talk in the afternoon session G. Kldd and Mrs. N. D. Wainwright by that of the late Col. W. T. Starke merchants for their gener- fresh mente were of Hall, uen t d

TIIr11IIfDEATRi' were made by Mrs. O. Kelley Mrs.A. Jr. Serving ice cream and Weeks, who served thirtytwoyears tend.At the evening session a Wel- ous contributions and cooperation.The sign. Hallowe'en canto,..s i 1.111', "

RITZ L. Crews, Mrs. Wilson Brooker, cake to the guests were Misses as clerk of the circuit court. come address will be given by Mr. following also made donations: baskets and Halloweui !an'

Miss Louise Smith, and Mrs. J. P. Edna Pearce Katie and VirginiaFugate. Last February Mr.. Wainwright Hal C. Batey, Mayor Commissioner The Starke Coca-Cola Co., Darby'a.Green's added to the gaiety oi the p.II'

STARKE Wyrlck The devotional was led announced his retirement from of Gainesville to which a re- Store Tip Top Suwannee, Those enjoying the pat\. WI,

by Mrs. C. W. Wllks and the ben- Mr. Wainwright was born October county politics and stated he sponse will be made by Mrs. R A. S. R. Johns and Sons, White's and Peggy Ann were; Madg.. f Hi x,ni.

ediction was given by :Mr. Price. 24, 1861, in Nassau County would not be a candidate for any Green from Starke. The principal Johns & Wainwright. Barbara Jean ..John1,1': )'

PROGRAMTIIt'KS.FKI. The following officers for the and when six years of age moved office in the coming primaries. speaker of the evening will be N Brown Betty Jo Durpn.| shirl

.1 association were elected? Honorable R. A. (ILexl) Green, Con- W. M. S. To Meet Monday :Montgomery Marjorie. (rlar'' .. :\1",,
i Mrs. W. 1<:. Jenkins, Grove InitiatesSix Election Food SaleOn
.. OCT. 2U-30 President, Day gressman from Second Congres- ning Jacqueline Stiirklnn.l.1 Sal: ,

"Devil Doll" Raiford. New Members the court house lawn Tuesday sional District Staike His will be Circles of the Woman's Mission- mle Carr, Helen Price. \n"ttu' s;

First Vice President-Mrs. L. E. ary Society of the Methodist Biggs, Minnis Lon H.!/>'n
there will be an election day a fraternal address.
Starke Grove No. 278 held the
Lionel Barryniore.Maureen : Gainesville. Church will meet ,
Wilson food sale given by the ladies of Monday after- Brooker, Monty Hutching H 'hg
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of the
: O'SnllhnnS.ATU1tl.tY
Vice Presh.lent--Mrs. Lu- most Interesting meeting noon at three
Second o'clock.
Circle Number Qne of the Woman's Circle Simpson, Joe Ann Thomas of :
Powell Starke. year Tuesday night. Mrs. VirgIe Daptist Circle MeetingsCircle Number One will at
ther of the meet the homeof Augustine Janet Anders"n I.no,
OCT. St Missionary Society
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Service Mrs. E. W. "flynn the Guardian, and her com- Mr. and
Mrs.
Personal -- A. Wood, with Alvarez Johnnie Qarn.i Bu
Methodist for the
Double Feature Raiford. mittee for the evening had the Church benefitof No. One of the Baptist Mrs. Wood and
Tompkins, the church school fund. Mrs. Sam Anderson Gibson of St. Petersburg; md p i
> building
'!I I Secretary and Treasurer -Mrs. hall decorated In Hallowe'en colors W. M. U. will meet with Mrs. E. as hostesses. Circle Number Canova.
The food sale will
"Rainbow Valley"John J. H. Pitts, Starke. with black cats and owls and hot coffee on comprise C. Priest Monday afternoon at Two will meet at the home of Mr. Mrs. W. S. Gibson and! Mr L
hamburgers
school -- Mrs. B. M. I flowers to blend In with the decoration hot-dogs, 3:30: o'clock. and Mrs. O L.
Wayne Training cold slaw, home-made candy Ice Beasley, with Mrs. Hemingway assisted Mrn Wigg

Ricks Fussell, Starke.Stewardship. cream and cold drinks. The following Circle No. Two will meet with Beasley as hostess. In caring for the guests
"Cappy The Guardian with her officers
Mrs. Paul Raymond -
Mrs. W.
J. Epperson and Mrs. B.
Is the
Returns" Starke. and degree staff put six on Initiation- sale: Mrs.committee Charley E promoting. Johns, Mrs. M. Fussell as co-hostesses Mon grace distinctive flowers
Mrs. A. L. ceremony accepting new members
Mission study
day afternoon at 3.30: o'clock.
ALSO\ COMEDY &: SERIAL Raiford.I I into the Society. The Grove Carrie Rltch Mrs. T. J. Griffin cherry at herschel
Crews, Leader-Mrs. J. pledged $5 for the Home for children assisted by Miss Kate Struth, Mrs The Young Matrons Circle will

8UN.-MON., NOV. 1-Z: I Young People's in Sherman. Texas this mon- L. S. Hutto, Mrs. L. F. Smith anda meet at the home of Mrs. Earl Jacksonville.

P. Wyrlck. Lawtey. number of women. Searing at 7:30 o'clock Monday phone 7-2129
the District young I
"San Francisco" White Cross-Mrs. Emmett Cel- ey will be presented at
Convention night. Mrs. E. W. Hayes, Jr., will smart center pieces unusual corsages
ion, Gainesville. U. D. C. Will Meet
be co-hostess.
r Jeanette MacDonald Mrs. L. D. Brown, At the close of the meeting, a I flowers for gifts
Publicity -
Clark Unble social hour was enjoyed by all. The W. T. Weeks Chapter, U. D. t
Spencer Tro 'vNEUS'und Raiford. C. will meet
Each member was called upon to Wednesday after-
COMEDYTUES.VKI
do a stunt prizes were awardedfor noon, Nov. 4th at three-thirty
o'clock, at the home of Mr. and
>., NOV. 3-4 FOR SALE the most outstanding stunts
to Mrs. Vonda E. Inman and Mrs.P. Mrs J. W. Andrews at Kingsley
OF
"EarthwormTractors" 60 TO 75 BOXES Lake. Mrs. O. L. will be
Haynes
S. Denmark. Readings by two
Satsuma OrangesE. little daughters of Mr. and Mrs. co-hostess .with, Mrs. Andrews. Jkw 1937

W. Tompkins Aubrey Moore and a dance by I
"rlan'II
6 Joe E. Brown 1'1 !SALE
June Trail.. KAIFOKD, FLA. Miss Dorothy Faxon were enjoyed. Notice In hereby l given that under
aai' "'aaawmmmsnmoruuaususnismnvo I" '''' ''' "" ,' '''''"n ,rrumaeosmlilmnm: Refreshments of orange juice nnd by virtue of a Finn Deere of i

r and and black cakes were enjoyed, tho Foreclosure.Honorable made A. S2 end Adkins rendered, Judge by,1

the hostesses of the evening pre- of the Circuit Court 8th Judicial I, [ ((J)

FLOWERS AS NEAR TO YOU sented each member with caps of Circuit County, In of Chancery Florida dated for Bradford October CIEiIEVIFOftA1VTV

AS YOUR TELEPHONEFOR ,. orange and! black as souvenirs of Yard 1936 In that certain cause
the occasion. herein pending between P. H.
Crews, complainant and T. T. Shasteen -
ALL OCCASIONS Call 123-J + et al. defendants, the undersigned -

ALL ORDERS FILLED O. E. S. MeetingThe UH. Special, who Master wan. therein In Chancery appointed to JIte ( pA4e GtfL.- a&te9 flcu

ARTISTICALLYECONOMICALLYPROlIPTL regular meeting of Starke execute the mild Final Decree will,, I I I
on Monday December 7th 1016,
Chapter O. E. S. will be held Mon during the legal hours of Hale. before
day, November 2, at seven-thirty the South door of the CourItouee. t

MRS. L. G. POWELL, Starke o'clock. Members are urged to at- In and Starke.best bidder Fla cell fnr to rash.thhlgheet e,, 1

tend. I the following described property or
land' lying and being In Bradford
.. - ---.. County, Florida, to-wit:
11M
j" IIIIIJIQ! "" iJ! ljUl IIIIIft All W'" of HW 4 of Sea 15, lylns
------r Haul of S' A. L. fly; All fraction In
FRESH Block 4 North, Range Went, In Simon
AREAL GOOD .1. Teniplp'n Hub-PIv at Tern- s
CLlb. GREEN'S plfTa Mill, na recorded" Hook C*, pave.
; FISH 8e : 424 incordti of Bradford County,,
Florida, that lie In I'WIot! 8W",
I FLOUR : of SPO 15. and n't of SIJ! <4 of SecIfl -,
>>uld fractions untulnlntf 2 acittflmoit.
__ or leHH.; 3H ft wide N & H and
8 I -- STORE silo ft F W. being a fraction on -
;: PlIR-; : North Hide of MM of Block 2 North,, aA
,. CANESYRUP flange 1 Went, belnn all of afore ,
-aid N'h! of block and range, being a
: CASH & CARRY 24 Lbs. 72cI I North of lands deeded 10V.. N
Gal 35e lI..uch"m'ot Simon! .L Temple's Sub'
STARKE FLA. a e Div nt Temple Mill; alno, nil flinch
I 3:\ .Vorth. Range Went; and all EVj'!
I ""t llloik 3 North. Range 2 Went
nil of N'C'd of filock :i./ North Rang J
j Ask About Our rofit-Sharing 2 Whet lying North of ;Mentham: M IlL sf 1j
FREE : PlTickets F R E E land; all In MJH of tsr.H: of Sec 16 ,,
It Costs You Begin at a point In the center oi j ,;
NothIng-Save
: j S. A. L. fly track, where North lint
of Moo 21 croHReM BaM track thence ( I1s i
Southerly along center of unit]
: OTTER
I REST \\IIITt 4 CII track 250 ft; thence Kant 15 tie! _
vr<...s South 600 ft; thence North IfdfgrxPH 1sd
BACON Lb. .17c MEA Can 21hcj Kant to North line of !Sec "
22; thence WVt to point of begin l r, A x i 0, t c w
.
J nine, containing 5 nrreH, more oilet
*; Begin nt a point In center ol t
j NECK BONES 3 Lbs. 25c S.' .\. L. Hv track! 250 ft. South fro m
ONIONS, Lb. __ 2Y2C I where North line of !Sec. II rroel,
C, raid railway track thence East II '
j PACK ItIlfTOMATOES' j d.r..n South at right. angles. wit yv.t .
NO. 2 CANS-STAND.\R1) 1
.nlc. road 6rtO ft: thence Southerly ,re e
and parallel with Bald railway 24!
: 7c BEEF STEW Lb. lOc ft to a pout; thenceVeeterly aright i A
can angles with sold railway 14< H ak ra t
ft.to a pout: then Southerly anc
MIXED parallel with ,will road 310 ft to th. G
PRINCE ALBERT can lOc renter of Center St.; then "Weoterlj u
1 I GROUND MEAT, Lb..:: 15c along center of said Street to a u d
point or Iron post In center of Halt a
f'' "IIOt.E GRAIN railway track RZO fei't; then North,
FRESH erly along renter of railway tract
671 ft. to place of beginning; nit I IrNKV .

r RICE 5 Lbs. 25c PORK CHOPS Lb. 20c NVof, of NK'i Heo.of 22.Sea All 21'the and follow NWKof

Ing description In N\\" 4 of NWy. oi'
Sec 23, except 10 nnd 82-100( acre,ti
LEMONS Doz. lOc ,
; i
'JIt.C'J ItOAST or an shown by deed from A O. Dvannd
:: j wife to Q. o. Burroughs, date
STEAK, Lb.. _ 12 c Feb. 1, 1919 and< recorded In non With an entirely new of motor bodynow
8fl. page 104 publlo record of Bred type car
: SUGAR 5 Lbs. 25c ford; County:, Ftnrlda to-wlt I ; Reg-It
I at SE corner of land deeded to N. D
ROUND STEAK lb. 20c Hagaman by Wm. fake April S4ISflri available for the first time low-
recorded In Hook H, p A28 sal" : on any
1OOBOX corner being 60I( ft from F. U. A'
N Co (now S. A. L.) railroad tract
ASPIRIN Each __ _. __ .3c SAUSAGE and 445 ft from South line hetweeiSec priced silence with
Lb. 12Zc 15 and 22 and running Bunt. II car-combining new new
j GROUND DAILY degree. South' from paid SB cornel 1
724 ft. to Went. line of f(. F. Phillip

I PURE COFFEE Lb.1214 c MEAL 10 Lbs. 25c28OZ. degree Kant. .land 244 South;ft.then to 1127 rout North ft: to then 15 pout Rant degree, the II, safety for your family. ,

South 15 degree Went 247 ft to i / !
pout; then East IS degree Srautl h ,
JAR APPLE PET or CARNATION Sit ft. to Went line of land deedei ,

BUTTER _. 12Y2c MILK Tall Can to J.". Thomas; then Northerly otald .
_
7c line aOtf ft to Sea line between < ',;"
See 16 A 22; then Wenterlj)
on said. line to NB corner of Ian

MACARONI 3 pkgs. IOe RrfoN.; Take deeded. Feb from g. T US3 C.: IAmb then South to Wm IIdegree

I Lb. 12'4ca : Went to place of beginning di&pfcuj
containing 12 acres, more or lee ,
All SRH of SEt( of ""0. 10 lying
5 "KG Kant of S. A. U Ry In Twp 8, x ,
OIT.\RT JAR j 22 Bait All of said land lying I li
SALT Pkg. .- -- 3c PEANUT BUTTER 25c Township 6. ll nge 23: End con
taming 120( acre, more or Jen, .It
QT. JAR untid In Bradford County, Florida
r'' CDRN.r with the appurtenance. Paid sal<
j tn be made pursuant to paid decrei a'
MUSTARD lOc to satisfy th urine and co.t.H .

.r( j FLAKES 2 Pkse 15cu I Spi. .V rial KNIOHT Muter.SolKltfERR .

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vilir Mrs.. was DeWitt the C Jones of Gatnes-I! Mi a (' I" Shepii.. i ,nnl I g-ue-t of !Mis A M .
of
1 Darby Tuesdaj. ,I Hillmnl will 11111\i. 1\"Id., | ,,' f for 'u'nd's ::Night "guests. t.r the w..k..nll Ml. and I Bits i i chit \ith Mr i I Mm I' A Mr- U! n1'1"11\ \\ and t.mllot' in" n* the ,gusts tii ( iwen W iiiIt-:
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Knight I'lio Stnikc thiptci of tho larder l'l,'rmont'. Mi ..111,1In': Rk haitlKidd t fin 'and Mr o .1 I nnffin White :.
l' Mrs Carrie Ritch and MrC. H. .- --- 01 i he Ruilrrn" Star hint, 1\ moat l .and l sun ot Kl'iRlor Brain I' ih Clumpier were visiting In Gainesville Captain and Mta .1 I IV MoNot-r. inlt..listing mooting :Monday when and Mr and Mis\ Clonn Wool l of Hallowe'en ilutu, gtv'tt hy' the

i cal Ne Thursday of Mindan. La., will arrive Saturday "Io't'il'n\'s Night wan observed Orla nti". I IVwdraggei-H Club.
L ----- for a visit with Mr. and Mrs. I With visiting "Friend's" In the ---
|I Miss Lucile Mitchell has been M. F. Brown. stations, the regular business was Mr. and Mrs F. C. Holllngs-
I Mrs J M. Mitchell has returnedto
OOXCEKNING OUR PEOPLE, BUSINESS AND er visiting in Jacksonville! Mr and Mrs. Leroy Joln- .:..___ transacted after which the following her home after being confinedto ,worth and daughter, Mrs. Jam_ L.

OF THE COUNTY i Mr and hire J. p. Warren andsmall program was given: Riverside,, Hospital tor several Hair, of Jacksonville' and Miss Er- ,
PROGRESS AND TOWN I Milton son have moved in from\ Piano solo Mrs R. A. Gre n. weeks. Friends will be interested. nestine Andrews have returned
Brownlee spent! the weekend "When Pa and Ma visit with Mr. and Mrs.
Kingsley Lake and are now living Reading I to know that she Is improving from from a "
here
I Mrs. J. M.with his parents, Mr. and at the comer of Eighth and Broad I Joined the Eastern Star" Mack injuries received In an automobile Holllngsworth'a son, James, who Is 1 1a
Brownlee.
I" Streets I Fulch accident last month. Freshman student at Emory at ,

I t-"'" Manaasa spent the week-: W. E Knight of Bushnell was a Mr. and Mrs. M\ F. Brown and Song "Home on the Range" I Oxford, Ga.
lien" Mrs. Eunice
Box is
confined to John Kinlaw.
Atlanta recent guest of Col. and Mrs. D. E. I children were visiting in Members and friends of W. C. T.
Tampathe
du the home of her parents, Mr. and Reading, "Frll'nlls"-Mrs. Betty Al Kay Carlisle a cadet at the "
; Knight.Mr. first of the meet-
week. U. work enjoyed a splendid
'ac Mrs. D. G. Kelly, with an attack of DeSha of Wal.lo. Bollea School In Jacksonville, visited -
Edwards spent Wednesday Ing with Mrs. .'. A. Scott last
joe malaria. Piano sol- Mrs. Green. bin parents Mr. and Mrs. J.
s and Mrs. Marion Constantine I Freeman Johns, of Gainesville, week and are looking forward to
Jacksonville.Jahn hour delicious .
social
During the a .
B Carlisle, last weeK.
. was of interest when
visiting his another meeting
In Mr.
were Jacksonville last parents and
Mr. and Mrs. T. S. Gilchrlst. of refreshment course was served -
F
Mrs. Jeff Johns, they assemble Friday afternoon
In Jack- Thursday.Mr. Sunday. Brunswick, Ga. the members and the follow-
flU Powell was visiting spent Saturday to
I
. I with Mrs. Lorena Epperson.The "
lUa Sunday and Sunday here with Mrs. Ethel ing visitors: Mesdames N. O Ros- I
; Mrs. A. Er
JIIIvUle F. Sauls Is
and Mrs. Frank Hoover were visiting in M. Biggs. i ster.' R. C. Drew, J. E. Malnes Miss 'ff ft
Sebring this week! with Mr. Sauls BRoanler following Jacksonville peo-I
Katherine Messrs N.
in Epperson
jfr ,earl I Mrs. Junius Smith spent visiting Sunday. Jacksonville Beach who is located there for some time. Mr. and Mrs. Errol Alvarez had 1 I I R. C. Drew of Lake Butler pie enjoyed a housepurty at
-end In Waldo. nley Lake last weekend: King-I 1
i deweek as guests Sunday Miss Lillie Whit- Mesdames Beanie' Bevllle, Minnie
Miss Gloria Johns, of Jackson- aker and Miss Mabel Reddish of Welsner Susie Griffin Bettre Mrs. Robert Nash, Mr. and
I jlr and Mrs. H. C. Wall spent Judge E. K. Perryman was a ville, spent the week-end with her Jacksonville. I I DeSha, Eva Raulerson and Misses, Percy Bethea, Mr. and Mrs. D.

jutsdav\ in Jacksonville. professional visitor in Jacksonville grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. T. J. i Louise Raulerson' and Annabel!1 I Murray, Misses Lillie Whltaker,

Tuesday. Griffin. I Raulerson of Waldo; Mesdames I Mabel Reddish, Kato Lane. Bill
i I )Ire I I' G. Kelly visited relatives Ablgalle N. Johnson, Biscayne,, Studio Uprightsand
Rhoden V. L. Phifer and
West (Horida last week. Mrs. Addie Lamar, of Quincy, Miss Margaret Pinkerton and CENT A WORD Miss; Emma Hill, Lnwtey; Ella J Harry Grand Pianos

was the guest of Miss Lucile Mitchell Darby Jones, of Gainesville, were Sassce. Salt Lake City, Utah; Corn Wright.
Mrs w P. Smith is In Orange- Sunday. the guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. I \ B. Lenfcat Friendship Chapter, ALSOIUAIIANTEEI :

'', erg x (c visiting relatives. Darby Sunday. M'I. COLUMNWILL Maine. Mr. and Mrs Joe Hoover had ( ) USED

Mr. and Mrs. James Godwin, of I: ---. a* their guests Sunday Mr. and VI.\NOS!
H V Knight was a business Mrs. Emma Canova Is spending PAY CASH-for used pi i
rI Cal Ralford were visiting friends here anos.Vrlte Lillian's Music Mrs .1.1 L. Peek returned to her Mrs. T. J. Darling of Waycrons A Trie for eery Pocketbook
Tallahassee this week
Blot rn Monday. 'I at Flagler Beach with with
Tuesday. her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. Store 342 W University Ave. homo Friday after visiting Ga., Mr. and Mrs. Cedric Lewis and LILLIAN'S
E. P. Otwell, In .
I I her mother Mrs.
J
Mt 1 incl Mrs. C. H. Nasworthy I and Mrs. R. G. Kidd. Gainesville, Flu. tf son, Cedrlc, of Jacksonville; Mr.
Mr and Mrs. M West Palm Beach STORE ;
W. Wimberly --- MUSIC
pent Tuesday in Jacksonville. GRITS MILL[ and 12 horse power and Mrs. D. G. Cole and daughters,
Sunday in Highland visit-
spent I Mrs. Llbble Stevens
has returnedto
Ing relatives. ) engine in good condition for sale :Mrs. G. II. Lowry spent' Wednesday Helen and Betty, and Mrs. J. E. O|>p. Florida' Theatre .i
jlr md Mrs. J. M. Brownlee her home in Lake City after (IAINESVILLEPIERCE'S
trade for anythingwhich I can I
or st. Petersburg C'huce
and in of Ocala
,, in Jacksonville. spending the two months with Thursday
past
" pent( in tin day I handle. Cash 15000. See C. H. attending a meeting of the c.
I
I I/iB t169aBOtlis Miss Lucile Mitchell
Clark 4tp-10-2
I, Jam* rrlest, of Theresaa! was I State Music Club.

, .1 latksonville( last week-end. ONE WEEK ONLY I Mrs. Joseph Thomas and baby of "MILLIONS Genuine Improved
1 St. Augustine are visiting! Mr. and Maryland Missionary Strawberry Miss Virginia Maxwell !spent
Jlr md Mrs. Ray Newsome WEEK OF NOV. Mrs. E. M. Thomas and Mr and I Plants, New Ground, white Saturday In St. Augustine visiting

pent Wednesday in Jacksonville. Blankets, Quiltsor Mrs. P. S. Denmark. roots!, all this year's plants, $1.50 Miss Esther Simpson at the State PERFECT
'. ier thousand f.ob. Castleberry" School for the Dent and Blind.
Comforts
Cleveland, Neal is improving Mrs. John Roberts and Miss Annie Ph Tmorul Farm, Castlcberry, Ala. \ .

nicely trom an attack of influenza CLEANED Mae Thornton left yesterday 8-28-12tp Mr and Mrs. Oscar Carter of PAINTS
--'-- for a two week's visit in Montgomery. Jacksonville and Mr. and Mrs.

Kaapei Duncan was a business 4 for :,: .q. $1.00 I Ala., and Atlanta, GaMis. FOR Strawberry SALE .-500,000 Plants. Priced Missionary right. Henry Conner of High Springs
visitor! in Jacksonville Wednesday. were recent guests of Mrs. Effle EXTERIOR GLOSS
OVER 4 tb 2io EACH A. Z. Adkins, Mrs. O. L. Come and see these plants. M.: Rho- Johns. SATINTEX

Mrs Tolbert Black of Lake City, Less him 4 at Regular I'rlcra Beasley, Mrs. K. G. Duncan and den, Hellbronn Springs. 10. .4tp, INTERIOR

ins visiting relatives here Sunday DOUBLE SINGLE BLANKET'-----BLANKET____ .50 Mrs. J. W. Kincaid were visitingIn FOR SALE- About 200,000 Missionary Mr. anal Mis. Arthur S Manaasn TIFFANY FLATKNICKERBOCKER

QUILTS _____________u .25 Gainesville Monday afternoon. strawberry plants. Sec- \ of Avon Park are announcing the Deck and
COMFORTS _______u__ ..93At -- ond runners. Price reasonable. See arrival of a baby girl, born Oct.
Charles Carlton served on a Federal Friends of Dr. W. E. Middleton or write V. R. Ferguson, Lawtey, 19. The little girl has been named Floor Paint
court jury In Jacksonville last Considerable Expense I will be pleased to know that he Is Fla. 2tp I Juanlta Isabelle.
Have Installed Machine for
week a back In his office after being confined -
!Servicing Blankets, Comforts
to his home for several days. FOR SALE--Young Jersey milk
and Quilts and the Mrs. Jack Edwards and son returned
with 4-weeks-old calf. Mrs.
Mr and Mrs. J. H. Ritch, of Abovo Prices Are Made to Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Rlcharde, of cow Starke. to their home In Petersburg
E. J. Dowling,
Jacksonville spent the weekendhere Introduce the Quality of This Raiford, returned Sunday after visiting Va., after spending several

) Service. In New Orleans, La., Gulf- I WILL SACRIFICE Grits mill I weeks as the house guests of Mrs.A. .
.
port, Miss., and Montgomery, Ala. and 12 horse power engine in I I W. Redgrave.
Mrs. E. J. Dowling and Miss Starke Dry Cleaners good condition. Will trade for
t Patsy Brinson were in Jacksonville i Mrs. Huldah Corpening of Jacksonville anything I can use or will sell I Col. and Mrs J. E. Futch, of De-

Monday and Miss Patsy Brinson, for $100 cash. C. H Clarke, Land, will spend the week-end here
& Laundry with Mr. and Mrs. H. L Brownlee.
kly of Hugh, were visitors here Sun Starke. 10-30-4tp 'wHn
They will be accompanied home
hrs S. T. Dell, of Gainesville, day. I
Owner TRA-MAC Health herb tonic by Mrs. Brownlee and little daughter -
M. SMITH
nithe JCNIUS ,
of
guest Mrs. W. L. Wall
Mr. and Mrs D. L. Silcox and Recommended for high blood pressure Madge, who will spend a week ,
Ibesday r I Vernon Silcox visited Mr. and Mrs. stomach trouble, indigestion, there.
J James Lewis in Winter Garden shortness of breath, swimming of Beautiful Colors Enduring Quality J
NAT
SEZ: Sunday.Mrs. head and constipation. Said by J. Dr. Ralph Vallotton, who for the

C. Manning Starke. past year has been Institution physician Easy To Apply
A. W. Redgrave returned to at the State Prison Farm at
her home after visiting TRACTOR WORK-Done In exchange
Monday
Raiford, will his Daytona
You can please all of the people open SEE
her daugbter, Mrs. Joe Martinez, for pecans, pigs or Beach office November 1 at 214 So.
of the time and some of the
some calves. Henry Fifer 1V4 miles
in Tampa.
Palmetto Street. Dr. Vallotton Is
people all of the time but you can't southeast of Road 28, Rt. 1, Box ;
please> all of the people all of the Mrs. N. Sternberg and Miss 19. Itp a spent young this man summer of high furthering ambitions and his QUIGLEY & DAVIS
in
yr Ruth Sternberg were visiting
It can't be
time. Try as you may Jacksonville Wednesday. They 300,000 MISSIONARY strawberry medical education In the famous
done. I know It can't be done.
schools at Vienna. His PIIONK 3
many
spent Sunday in Daytona Beach plants for sale. Better than sec HTAIIKK FLORIDA
Rut I'm like on old mule I'm hard with Dr. S. Sternberg. ond runners. See them before you friends regret losing him to this i

headed. I'm going to keep on try- buy. L. A. Geiger on Road 28, 2 community and will wish him well r

Ing. If I don't succeed it JUst ain't The finance committee from the ml. So. of Sturke. 1030.2tp 'lin hli new location. I
be fault. \v. M. S. realized the sum of $33.40
gonna my
for the table tea given at the club ; FOR: SALE -Mule, registered Poland -
house last week. This tea was. China boar, eighteen goats |
given for the bene" of the building : two cows, a calf, a yearling, some j
fund of the Ed i. ational Build- hogs. H. B. Wiggins, Hampton I s. R. JOHNS

Ing next to the Methodist Church. lip.


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r


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.FRIDAY. 0 'TOItr I
STARKE, FLORIDA So
BRADFORD COUNTY TEl EIARATH. tn.DO )
PAGE SIX _. __. ____ ,
-- ------ and children of Cooler Fond, andMr
-- recently.
Poultry production IH I increasing f GUM BRANCH and ulster! Mr. and Mrs T. N. and Mrs.Mrs.Bertie J E Starling Moye. of Jackson' and Mrs. Henry Shaw and TIRED HUSBAND
In Bradford Bounty County A genT 't Mis Elizabeth Jlurnage Cor. Norman. visited the bedside of her children spent last Sunday with TAKES ON
tha t :Mr and Mrs. F. M Norman and yule HE\1 LIP
Ji
K !Mel'lane reports attended the daughter' Mrs. E. H. Lanier, last Mrs. J. B. Thomas.Mr Worn out weary. ,
Mi T N. Norman & m'II" farmers are enlarging their\! Miss Vernle Phillips. of Sampson week. Resale Carlton and Mr. Loyd tow "i"1'1".. .* and .0"1' Jt
.
flock and that tome commercia I the weekend with sing at Johnstown sunday. "" out Imp" 0 ,
City. spent .
the association
attended
Ml
Gwendolyn McRae Padgett energy from
spent Little Miss .
Miss N<>man .uur
Dorothy
flockH have been et< nbUshed recently Misses Ella Mae and Hazel Sapp. and petty' III.. .
you suffer burning, scanty 01 J. C. of Jacksonville, Monday night at Pine Level with celebrated her fourth birthday October at Antioch Church last week. ,....... LutaU"in I'nbll> 'J!. I h. .
Sapp
frequent urination backache. her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs H. 11 and was given a pretty Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Kelly are lraea. mark on the PO.kO"e I. '
headache dizziness Ion of ,, spent the week-end here with his her ee Only 2110. 11'_ fi1ounpJ ,
energy M. McRae. birthday cake with candles by receiving congratulations on the Trop Remedl.,
Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Dept. I. JII.k. ,.
Sapp.
leg palm, swellings and puffinci parents "
AmazingftO.CMI2. grandmother Mrs. H. M. McRae. arrival of a little son born October swtor Red Oro. U -.o.td, 1
under/ the eye? Are you tired,nerv Misses! Thelma and Gertrude madea Fever Tonic and .'
out'' f..l ell unstrung and dons Gaakina of Hellbronn were guestsof PINE LEVEL Marshall and Will Lanier 12.Mr. .unbun. and aW."" fOOL JI< iu
bow what It wrong? .:: OFFER! Misses Helen and Dorothy Norman Mm.! II. >L McRae, Correspondent business trip to Orange Star Park and Mrs J. W. Lewis and,
Then give some>> thought lo you, Sunday. Monday accompanied by Leo sons Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Rues and
Wldneys.Besurethey function proper TlIERE Mr. and Mrs.- W. R. Conner and Elder W. E. Hall of Green Cove ling. 1>lr. and Mrs. Buck Roberson all
ly for functional' 'kidney disorder permit NEED No longer be any ----. -
children of Starke were guests of Springs tilled his regular/ appoint- spent last Sunday with Mr. and DRINKAT
the blood
\ end*excess lo poison waits and to stay upset hi the whole, cjucsiio/t about whet to feed Mr. and Mrs. Felix Sapp Sunday. ment here last weekend.Mrs. ZIFF Mrs. Horace Stokes.
system. your cows. Now you can have Miss Mildred Brown of Sampson F. M. White has returned Mil L.l. Mae Lewln. Correspondent.
Ute[)oan',PUT.Dean'*are for the' the protection of"MORE MILK City. spent Sunday with Misses Ella home after spending several weeks HELP BLADDER 0 L
kidneys only.They,.recommended Mae and Hazel Sapp. with relatives at Gainesville.We T. D. Dyal and son, Loyd were HRMl'LTH GUARANTEED tae
he world over. You can gel the gen-, INSURANCE. It's an amazing Mr. and Mr. Tate Alvarez and are glad to report that Mrs. I attending to business in Gainesville Drink alx glasse boiled or distilled a
....., Ume-Usted DoaVf.t any drug offeran exclusive Purina offer.It' Miss Alice Edwards were guests of E. H. Lanier has returned home this week. hard water water dally.doan. to You teakettle.know what It
Nan. .fours without cost.."Takeoff Mr. and Mrs. Marlon Browning at after spending several days at the Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Dyal and poor bladder action caueea gettingup LUNCH
Gill Hospital. Wesley Dyal of Graham were visiting night, frequent desire Bcanty RECESS"i''
a few minutes sometime this Raiford Sunday.Mr. flow, burning; or backache, help
mssmsssHOGS and Mrs. J. F. Shaw and Curtis and S. A. Fountain visit-', Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Lewis! flush out exuefts. acids and Impurltlea AFTER SCHOOL
_klnd.1! children of the State Farm visited ed their brother-in-law and sister, Wednesday night. by Improving; the elimination.Use .
buchu leaves, Juniper oil and 6
relatives here Sunday.Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Terrell at New Mrs. Martha Parker was visiting other drugs made Into green tablets. f o
STARKE
Bill Newman and son River recently. her son, Mr. Blrt Stokes last Just say Buketa to any druggist. In COCA-COLA i
Harley, of Pine Level spent the Eddie Starling, or :Monlae Ga., Sunday.Mr. and four get days your If not 25o. pleased Mitchell go* Drug buck BOTTLING CO.
week-end with her brother-in-law spent the week-end here with Mr. and Mrs. Delotha Starling (Store. {
WE BUY _

h
-CATTLE AND WE ARE FLORIDA ,DEMOCRATS BUT WE PLACE THE FUTUREOF

COW HIDES ataNMASISTRUNK
I I WE WHOLESALE MEATS OUR COUNTRY ABOVE BLIND LOYALTY TO NATIONAL PARTY

Ask For Our Smoked Sausage LEADERS WHO HAVE MADE A TERRIBLE MESS OF THINGS-
At The Market and Grocers. ,
You Ulll lie I'leaaed With It.
'

ODOM&LAWSONOpposite AND SEED STORE FEED for LANDON!
So
S. A. L. Ry. Depot. STARKE, FLORIDA We'reVoting


I FUNERAL DIRECTORMy I
-*? For four years we've seen billions of tax dollars the fence while he's poisoning your dog is a sorry,

Many EFFICIENT Ycara: Experience, PROMPT: Make and COURTEOUS It Possible for SERVICE Me to Render wasted; taxes increasing; foolish theories tried out treacherous neighbor, after all. And a smile and a ""I

[ MODERATE PRICES on a depression-ridden nation. radio act are pretty poor payment for wasted millions -
DeWITT C. JONES
and ruinously high taxes.
Starke, Florida
So we're voting for Landon!

So we're voting for Landon!
BOREE FUNERAL HOME We have seen rich estate owners get fat checks for .

Full Iln) of Caaketa & Undertakers Supplies NOT planting crops. '
AMBULANCE SERVICE WHAT FLORIDA WILL GAIN
DAY AND NIQIIT So we're voting for Landon!

53 PHONE 53 BY A MAJORITY VOTE FOR
G. II. BENNETT, Mfrr. We have seen many unworthy and undeserving

"A HOME-LIKE INSTITUTION" people coddled and petted like babies at the public LAN DON

expense while truly worthy people begged vainly for

help. We know that Landon will carry on proper re- Florida has always been counted as a solidly Democratic -

For Expert Repairing lief measures-but will conduct them wisely and State. So Republican administrations feedus

I i fairly.I crumbs because they think there's no chance to

Smith's GaragePhone So we're voting for Landon 1 win in Florida. And Democratic administrations

We have seen impractical college professors play treat Florida like a step-child because they're so sure

120 >II! with the welfare of America like boys playing mar- of us. The doubtful States get the federal gravy.

bles. Let Florida once become a doubtful State and both
Wrecker Service Day or Night t
t .. So we're voting! for Landon! parties would woo us. Florida would get some of the

We have had hard-carried dollars snatched out of federal improvements that are lavished on Califor-

\\EEP our pockets to pay for these high-jinks. And we nia and the other doubtful States.

shudder at the tax burden that is being piled up. Don't be afraid that Florida would I lose anything

: A So we're splitting our ticket to vote for by departing from the Democratic column this elec-

Landon. .. ..u.' jj. tion. Every thinking voter knows we would gain
.
,.: THE FAMOUS SMILE much.

IS POOR PAYMENT What's more, it's not disloyalty to your party to

"e! put your country ahead of party loyalty. Political
MILLIONS
FOR WASTED
parties come and go but the United States must remain -
: middle class I of America has gotten -
All that the great Dicta
a Republic, ruled by the people-not by a
out of the Roosevelt administration is the fa-

1 r ;,p r mous "good neighbor" grin and many slick radio tor.

p rl talks. But the neighbor who smiles at you across So we're voting for Landon!


(
; I

o 1 Why We Prefer Landon


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Because the Republican candidate is a man put America back on its feet. He'll put Amerof -

the people. He comes from the soil. He has icans back to work at honorable jobs. He'll do \


worked with his hands and has lived with comaway with the national poor-farm that Roosevelt i

1HI' BUS'o has made of America. )
.i mon folks. He is warm and simple and

o Tor raallut deep that maVaa you feel refreshed upon arrival at your straight-forward. He's no rich aristocrat with He'll balance the national budget. With him ,
t destination choose a Florida Motor Line bus. Enjoy compl.t. relax
"' .Uoa In an individual deeply cushioned chair-met* eomlorUble a stock smile and a gift for slang talk. He'sthe we'll get back to the principles of our greatest I
Jhan your itTorile easy chair at homr.cUD.c to a position to suit
your own comfort. All light out ao you can enjoy starlit aides .
,i: i,.,|h. coot clean atmosphere of the out-of-doors' without any atulfy. solid stuff a president should be made of Democrat, Thomas Jefferson.
peDt-UI: laelino a hot breakfast at a clean inviting toe room at
." popular prices. So thousands of us are splitting our ticket to
a business man who will chase the socialistic -

MThere's no premium on sleep by bus. ii professors back to their classrooms and vote for Landon. These are the reasons why

: 10% Reduction on Round Trip Tickets
r. JACKSONVILLE __. 80 CHICAGO ____...14.80 the Communists back to their rat-holes. He'll you, too, should:

MIAMI _________ .5.80 CINCINNATI __11.30
LAKE CITY ,___ -1.13 .
ORLANDO _______ 2.60 KNOXVILLE -- 8 OS
GAINESVILLE __ .60 TALLAHASSEE __ 2.90
TAMPA _________ 2.60 SAVANNAH ____ 3.M LANDON
t.. WEST PALM BEACH 6.10 AUGUSTA -___ 5,30I VOTE FOR
CHARLOTTE T.OS
f ATLANTA __ 5.60 ----
10% Reduction on Round Trip Ticket .
t A 1 UNION BUS TERMINAL ...

O. L. BEASLET Agea* FOR LANDONMark
VOTE
Opposite Court House HOW' TO
an X Before the Names of These Presidential Elector on
Your Ballot:
X-Fred S. Abraham X-J. Everett Allen

X-Emory Akerman X-Herbert L. Anderson

,. 'ii ilf:<.' r X-G. H. Alexander X-Mary Duff Arnold
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;. I, X-C. C. Ausherman "


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/ _.__._. BttAPrOBD COUNTTELEGR.I'II.
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... STARKE. FLORIDA
--- PAG& REVElle
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DVRCBJIBECTOBYtf -- . .
**' SUNNY BROOK FARM -- -- -.. '-- .. -...- ._.... .---.- .. .. '.. -. ... -- -. .. .. .. ... ..- -- -.---. -----

: -- cnuncnI Mrs. O. E. BROOKER W. C. T. V. NOTES Order shall be published once a and Unfortunate.. and obligation of a county and
tfBST BAPTIST Crosby, Correspondent SII",. Vera Gainey. week. for four consecutive week B. It MeeolTeet Mr T.. Leo.rlaiat1l". hall be entitled to ell the powor.
c. B. PrtePaator CorrespondentA Repeal promised the voters: to re. WItness mv hand and this aeal of of The Stale .( ClerWai Main and privileges Including res>-
I o'clock NOTICE duce crime There are 1000 this Court at Htarke. Florida, this That Section t of Article XIII ot ressntatton In the Legislature I ,
10
a. m.. now u".I.
f nd.y School In LaCrossej presented a SOth. day of September A I> 183 the Constitution of the State! of Florida which would at' tu.I Ir If It werea
I supt. regard to the Sunny Brook play at the Brooker more federal prisoners than at any OFFICIAL. SKA! I.I relating to Provisional for the county All propertx <>f Monroe
Farm News which was In last school build other time in the nuion's A. 3. THOMAS: Aged. Infirm and Unfortunate, be County and of the municipality Insaid
jrntng; WorshiP 11 a. m. week ing: Saturday night October 24 A history Aa Clerk "f the. circuit ,Court and the aame la hereby amended county shall vest In such municipal
7:13 p. m. a Teelgraph I wish to Inform large crowd attended Liquor I Is crowding the prisons. Bradford ( ...'"t Y. Florida. and a* amended I* agreed to and.hail : corporation when satabllahed -
J P. 11. the public that I did not write and both the Repeal promised :" better "moralatmosphere" PlAlTn UHKKX .be aubmltteit to the elector of as herein provided The office of
,.oIDf Worship TSO p. m. LaCrosse and Brooker P. T. A.'. Stark... Florida the State of Florida at the next general the Clerk of the Circuit Court and
that
r Meeting. Wedne.715 .- news. There were one or benefited by the for drinking. The Atty for Vliutlff.I election to be held on the fIrst Sheriff shall not be abolished but
S Teachers more articles In the news that proceeds. The New York Times says: "The old I 0.2atisic20T'E Tuesday after the first Monday tnNovember the Legislature: may prescribe thetime
p. BL were P. T. A. wishes to thank the com 113*, for ratification or when, and the method br
.Veek: Prayer service, Woo0da7 untrue and there was quite a bit munity for its saloon had Its faults but at Its or MtUTKB'H' BALK rejection; said Section I of Article which such office shall be filled
of help and encour- worst XIII amended ahall read follow and the compensation to be paid tiauch
confusion In the church and you never had to fight your Notice Is hereby given that under a* a. -
S p. agement In promoting the successof and In accordance *: officer and may vest In them
u- the community about It. Peoplewere this party. way through school girls to get to final decree of foreclosure with that and certain ale "Section 3. The: respective ooun- additional power and duties. No

angry with me for the bar. This comment was rendered by lion tl.o. Wm. Jackson tIes of the State shall I provide' I In themanner county office shall be abolished or
writing It
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MetbooU Cbarch aa Judge prescribed bv law, for those consolidated. with another office
Montgomery Pastor. when I knew nothing of what was Sunday Mrhool Party caused by the adoption of the in that duly certain designated cause and pending assigned of the Inhabitant who by reason of without" making provision for theperformanoe

Rev B IS. in the paper until some of the Mrs. R H. British Institution of bar-maids. In Circuit Court' of Bradford County age, Infirmity or mlefortune. mayhave of all state duties now
Tyton
School-10 a. m.uornlnff per- entertained Florida. In claim upon the aid and avmpathy or hereafter prescribed by law to b. .'
Sunday Worship-II m. sons mentioned In the Items cameto her Sunday School Class Monday Repeal promised "moderate Smith a.. Liquidator Chancery wherein"for Uradford M A. of society; provided however. p..rfu.m.d by uch county offlc.r.Nothing .
me for drinking." The drunkards of 1943 County Bank the Legislature maY by general law contained herein shall affect -
Information. night. October ,
26 a I.
corporation,
However with a
:43 party lit of the
Leagu&-6: p. m. provide for a uniform Htate-wlde Hectlon SO of Article
plaintiff .
rtworlli Worship 7:30 m. my name was published as the author at the home of Mrs. L. O. Hazen. are taking their places In the parade fendant und I the undersigned Green Special la de ayatem for uch benefit, and appropriate Constitution .of the State of Florida
iI'eDlng p. During the three money therefor; but no hlre..al except aa to such provisions thereina
of past Master
the Many will
outdoor years sell
news I wish to the bid
to hlghegt
inform games were
invited to all these serv- enjoyed law shall provide benefit relate to regulatta" the Jurl.dlolinn -
there I Ocr for the
you are each and by the class has been an Increase of 183 cash during legal houra and duties of class of <.fflcere .
who
every one that I did not and Us Invited of sale on Monday, November Ind i to any person ahull not have any
,
per cent In been resident of the State: of Florida to umniunlnsT and lmpaiilltnr ,
tII. write It. guests after which youth made un Jsura- 136 at the Mouth front door of thecounty a -
they assembled
__
ble for a period of flv. gears con grand and petit juries, to assessing "
Presbyterian Church If any one has anything they In the house to be served delicious by drink. the following courthouse chattels In Htarke Florida tlnuoualy next preceedtng' hi* appll.oatioit atld collection. taxes for county purpose
,
to-wlt.
Minister want In the refreshments of cake Publicity Dept W. C. T. U. Four helfera from the therefor, nor BhalT atich genera : and to regulating the fee andcompensation '
put young
e I Stv. George H. Lowry paper and will and punchA Source The herd of I.oreniu. dairy law provide. for benefits' to any of county officer. Ni
00 a m.--Sabbath SchooL bring It to me I will be loo glad todD large crowd attended and all reported : National Voice. ponxeHlon of saId ureen."Special' now Master In the poison solely on account of age who law atithortilnic the establishing op
19 September 24 1936. ; baa not attained abolishing of such Municipal corporation
if It a nice time. and, Rlao and the age of alxtyflve -
so Is not all other cattle
any
falsehood.
nOO;: A M.-Morning Worship; a But dencrlbed I In the final decree aforeald. yeara: Provided further, that pursuant to this Hectlonahall
please do not where by law of the United become operative or effctiveuntil
Jffloo th* pastor. write such articles consisting of the any
by and send There Is to be Democratic rally i% TUB, -oi vrv JI nuI.'s: rot'HTiu L.OI-OIIIO tlreen aforoenld dairy herdof State. a I leener or different. periodof approved by a majority of the>
500 p tn. -Young Peoples Ves- them in and have my at the Brooker School 0' llll*"*'*" l) n M >,r,'. n.on- the 46 cattle previously I sold t"'J\ realilenpe.. age. or cltlaenhli shall qualified electors participating In
Building lie ftxtd In order for election held. In saul county but
\ the
name published to them because I Muster .lIr State of an
Special ), of which .
1 i-* Service Saturday night October 31. Some IN UR THIS KHTATK! : OP Master have Special Florida 1 to participate In any Federal so lung a. such municipal corporation
do
jp. -Evening Worship. not like to cause confusion In JAIII .:!'1 MAnhole lIInCIlELL, mav Possession at grant that might he made for exist under thl 'SectIon. the
noted the time of uch sale.A. .
my church and my community. speakers are expected. The D :I' ;AI'IIl> O. ANDHKtr.Hpeclal such purpose, the legislature may Legislature may amend. or extend
Roiwwood Baptist Church public Is Invited to attend. MtTICH TO C-InUITOIUI: MtiBter preaci'Ibe such reqiilremente a* to the law antharlaliiv the aame without -
Mr. TO A... PKHSDNS HAY'INtl CLAIMS KNKIIIT lit cltlaenahlp age .n,' residence e.* will referendum to the qualified voters
) Ely, L. O. Hemingway Pastor Miss Doris Crosby spent the and Mrs. R. B. Raulcrson OH DBMAMlH AOAINHT THK }oJ"-"' Attorney for KNIGHT.Plaintiff. bu ciitiMlatent with and rutt In conflict unless. the LeKlalatlv act providing -
and children Kathleen and TATK with such Federal Law" for such amendment or extension \
every Sunday. Bible Na- OP JAM KM MARIoN MITCM I0-l
-3l-10-30
Services night with her cousin Miss Ha-
I EUL DKCKA8ED Approved June 4, 1915. hall provide for .uch refer-
Illitfy 10:15 a. m. Services at 3:30: dine. spent last week-end In Okee- : endum.
: zel
of All
Brooker
Crosby
pmuni claim demand
Saturday tmvUia
or ..
; IOr.tl.' MISTRH'M H 'I.N "
chobee A JOINT Approved June 4 1938.
with 1IftSOI.IYrTONPr..pcsetng ,
J In afteBrtUEL friends and relatives.Mr. analMHt thH KiitRta at Jilnins
,'clock night. and Mrs. B Marion Mitchell I l>ucea.' d, ar. hereby Notice; ..Ir..t"u.r given that under an Amendment to Article
.F. Hazen and
Mrs. J. L. Johns of New River notified 1 to file I the :.cam In the and t>y a final deuree of VIII of the Constitution of the The vote eat In compliance with
; : BAPTIST CHURCH Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Hazen attended office of the Honorable K. K. Ferryman foreclosure and order of sale made State of Florida Kelatlve to Cille.ao.1 said proposed amendments, and the
was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. O. and rendered by Honorabl. declarations and
t A. Z. Conntlew. canvass returnethereof
of Bradford
ReV. L. A. Donnley Pastor B. Crosby Sunday afternoon.The the Mount Enon Primitive Bap- County County Florhla.Jutlce on or before the expiration Adklns, one of the Judas of the lie It Henolved Sly The ......I..w. shit 11 be subjected tn the
Services every first Sunday. tist Association at Wayfalr Church of eight calendar month Circuit Court of Florida. Klhth .. 'Ibe lllejte of Florlileii same resolution and restriction
Rev. C. A. Crosby of Brooker Judicial Circuit In and for provided by law for cenerallection
2:30 from the time of 'he fIrst Bradford That the fo'lowlng Amendment to a. are l'
s Sunday School. : p. m. was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. near Auburndale last week-end. of thin noli,''* claims publication muat County, In Chancery, dated October Article VIII of the Constitution of In th* Rtate of Florida.
Bible Study and Prayer Services Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Melvin and be In writing and ; contain placeof 13, 19SB. In that certain rauae wherein the State of Florida relative to cities IN TESTIMONY, WHKIIEOF.
O. E. Crosby Saturday night. children reside..",. and pout office addrea. Winston, K. Arnow Hal Edwards: I and counties to be numbered I have hereunto set my
night.St. with friends
; ,?# Saturday Mrs. J. R. Kelly who has spent spent Sunday to the claimant and Hhall he sworn and Highland Tlmberland\ Company, Section 10 of said ArtIcle VIII, be hand and affixed the UreatMeal
and relatives In Hellbronn. to by I the claimant, hI. attorney Inc., sori>oratlon. were and are and the same la hereby agreed to of the State' of Flo..lda..t .
Mark's Episcopal Church several weeks in Lake Butler with Mrs. A. B. Crosby and childrenof otherwise the ama agent. will or become Plaintiffs and Klliabeth M. Cook and shall be .ubmlt t",1 to the eleo- Tallahassee, the Capital.
her parents, spent the weekendat void according. to law. and others were and are nefendantH .,.n of the State at the Ueneral this the let day of August.
; Morning: prayer and Sermon on Jacksonville spent Friday here MICML.K\ CAROLYN MITCHEIX.Adinlnlntratrlx wherein r. Pnika M (Carmlrhael. Election. to be held on the First ,.. D. tl3d.
j l her home here. was appnlnted Special Master In, Tuesday after the flrat Monday In (SEALs
I iccond and fourth Sundays at with her parents Mr. and Mrs. with the Will Annexed
He G. M. Bennett was the dinner of the KHtata of James Chancery to execute said decree,. November' A, n. ISIS for ratificationor R. A. ORAT.Secretary .
j \U a. m. Holy Communion Saints L. R. Gainey. She was accom- Mxrlfin Mitchell Deceaned that .lere Special Master aforesaid, rejection t: of Stat.
of Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Con : tOT
have ,
guest id. 1-.l3t.10.10
I upon all of those cer Section Legislature shall .
at 10 a. m. Litany and choir panied home by her mother who 10-23-U-11-13 .
Days lain lot
tractH, have til .
ner of Gum Branch Sunday. tlIeeeaor parcels I nowee MtnhllMh. sitar n. )
at 7:30 will .nlitnd.. ..ll.....a.t Iv' H.I f. -- !
Friday the with ; -
practice every night : spend week her. 1------ --- -- .n.1% i Kitivu, irinsr It"" living in abolish a Municipal; ;; corporation; ; ; to ---- .

km. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Mott and *OTtfH 0... RLRCTIO. I Hrad It'ti: ford County, Florida i and par be known a. the City I of Key West,
To _ HAMPTON County.f
Mr. and Mrs. N. Mott Sun- Section 20 all of ,
spent the state. of Florida. : ; Section 21 ; all of present limit of Monroe County
( In Hellbronn. Ito Section' 13.; all of Section 13 except In the place of any or all county .
Mis. Ada Nimmo. CorrespondentMiss day It Known That I. n .
) secretary of Ilia State of Ildal: SKV4. of 8K14 ; all of Section 24; NK\t\, district municipal I uml local government .
The Rev. C. A. Crosby and children hereby gIve notice thnt n of N J'4 :, W -lOr North..at uuarter *, tumid, bodlim and offcern )-
BOB JONES1 Edna Harrison who has attended church services at C.F.\i Kilt!. 10:1.1'10' (NI i'. ) and North half Will be hclil In Hradfnrd County Northwest Quarter tNW%) of Sec Kgllatlve/ .""" ..uve.Udlol"l. or administrative
here for several days !
been
visiting Corinth Sunday.H. lion of Section ehnll
Htate of KlorldH, on Tuexdny next I 13i. 26: all of Unc and iireacrlbe the
On Here left for Jacksonville where she P. Gainey and daughter ucreedlnit. the fIrst Monday In No- tin except' Southeaxt Quarter JiirlHillctlon, powers dutIes and .
Comments will visit her sister Miss Eleanor vember. A. T). 18.16. the Raid Tue- (HKVi ) of Southeast Quarter (UK 14) ; function* of such municipal, '. corporal Wheat fsjclsieT a
Vera, motored to Starke, Monday.Mr. Nnrth half .
day being the (Nidi I and Went half lun. Its legislative, executive, judicial lose It ssakee .
And Hereafter Harrison. and Mrs. A. O. Jenkins and Third lny of November (W'it.i ) nf Southwest Quarter (8W ',, ) and administrative depart TveseesieloBieIlffere
For) United Htttten Senator from the and Huutheniit Quarter (HI'Tof' inch I. and I It* boards, Imtllea I and tifflceri. >MeeWHO
Miss Loluse Webb of Jacksonville, .
State of Florida. for the 2 year HnuthweKt Quarter (HW'4) Hnd Went ; to divide the territory Included Insured .
The Hampton Baptist Church, In spent Sunday here with her parents tinexplred term of Duncan U. halfVVg) of Southeast Quarter : : I In such municipality Into sql b yen.BEASLEY'S ,
"Duty is the noblest word In assembled elected the Fletcher duceniied I KIO''i ) and Northeast Quarter ordinate district I and; tn prescribe I ;
Conference Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Webb.
N'KV ) nf Southeast Quarter. HK> uxt and reasonable .
For United Stntea Senator from the ( ', ) syetem of taxa
That is
the English language. following Sunday School officers, We are very sorry to report that Htate of Florida, for the 4 year of Section 28; all of Section 311; Ion for Much municipality and dlfftrlctn -
Robert E. Lee said. General I Hast half ( liP,4j) of Northeaxt and to fix the ot.lIeh
wbat ill in unexplred term of Park Tram- qlu&r-I ; liability
for the ensuing year: A. L. Green is seriously a
ter INK" ) l East .
mell deceaned.For un< half ( K\,, municipality and district.
Lee was right. Love works be- Superintendent, Miss Ada Nim- Jacksonville hospital at this writ. seven ((7) PrenldentlHln Klector. HollthBBHt Quarter (SKt4)) and nil of :inn, ciusv it wants to work. Duty Went hnlf, I ( WV.) of Quar 1 xtlng at the time of the establishment
works because It Is duty's to mo; Adult Young People's Class ing. We all wish him a speedy re- For One RepresentatIve ConftTenHlutml of V"'I the net Second of- letN5i4); lying ..r: 'rl r"I\ In of such municipality. shall! be
duty
Miss Alta Rahmes; Intermediate, covery. the State work. A mother will sit by the Miss_. Willie Mae Hinson: Junior CongreRH. or the united (NK.14) of._Section 32; North half taxable therefor The
bedside of afflicted child n States (N-x.) and Northeast Vltiurter tNIO'/ ) Legislature/ shall from time to time
an day Miss Ethel Stone; Primary, Miss For lovernor of the State of Flor- of Southeast Quarter I SIC 14) of Section determine. what portion nf said municipality
and night not because she feels it Geraldine Johnson Assistant, Mrs.K. VANDERBILT ida. 33; KilHt half ( KVi of Nnrth- I I. a rural area, and a
;
For Secretary of State of the Stateof east Quarter (NKV,) and Houthwest homestead In such rural area anal
ii her but because she lovesthe
duty B. Watterson. (Miss. Delorls Bloodsworth. Cor.) Florida. Quarter
child. She does not force her- Pianist Miss Mary Wiggins. For Attorney General of the State ter telf to sit the bed but love holds of Florida. (SKiof Northwest Quarter all the power of a munlclpa'
by Secretary and Treasurer Ernest Mrs. Lacy Rltch and daughter For Comptroller of the State of (NWVi) and Went half (W"V,) corporation and ..h.1.bo\ be recog
tar to the beside. The faithful Boyd. Frankie Mrs. Marie Tomlinson Florida.; of Northwest Quarter/ ( N W V4 > Oiled. a* one of the legal politic

mrse sitting by the bedside of an oi For Treasurer of the State of Flor and Mouth half (M%) of Section division of the State with the dutle, .-
and Mrs. Ida Holllngsworth : ida. 34; all of Section 35, except.

iffllcted child watches through T. J. Alderman of High Springs. Starke were recent guests of Mr, For Superintendent of Public Inatructlon Went halfVl>,) of Southeast Quarter '
of the State of Florida (HKVi: ) ; North half (N"of
til and administers to the
night old his farm east of town to Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Hollingsworth. For CommlnMoner of Agriculture or Northwest Quarter (NWVi of See

mil! of the afflicted one not so J G. Geiger, of Lake City. Mr. Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Edwards and I the State of Florida. tlon 31; all In Township 4 South\ SERVICE STATION

much because she loves the child, Geiger will assume charge of the daughters Susie Mae and Helen, For Court.Two Juetlca of the Supreme Range
but duty says, "Stay. Stay. Be farm In a few days.' Mr. and Mrs. G. P. Thomas 01 For One Railroad Commissioner' of HWVl of Section 3, Township ft H.

faithful. Be faithful. It takes J. Johnson of Pen- before p the State of Florida. Range 22 Kant. and will on Monday We Handle Cold Drinks-Standard Gas.
The Rev. J. Gainesville spent Sunday
For mate Senator for Fifteenth Senatorial the 2nd day of November A. 1>. I It.16.. J
more character to obey the voiceof ney Farms preached at the Baptist last visiting relatives here, Mrs,, District of the State of In front of the Court House door In and Oil-Atlas Tires Tubes and Batteries.

duty than it does to follow the Church last Sunday morning and Sue Sapp returned after spending' Florida. Htarke, Bradford County Florida, ,
For One Member of the Houne of between the legal hour of Bale, of.
guiding voice of love. evening.Mrs. two weeks vacation In Gaines.. Reprexentatlve of the State of fer said; lands for sale: and sell thesame
to the hIghest and best bidder BUS STATIONBEASLEY'S
S S Alta Stringer and son, of vllle. Florida.
For County Judge. for cash to satisfy and "pay Hald
"Legionnaires Heckle Red Speak. High Springs visited her mother. A large number of people In thl I For: Sheriff final decree cost .and expenses. any

er at Church Meeting." That is the Mrs. W. R. Jackson, recently. section have been attending a revival For Clerk. of the Circuit Court. sale made by me lo be made In accordance
For County Assessor. of Taxe.. with the term of said final SERVICE STATIONOpp.
headline of a newspaper article .. meeting at Raiford for the For Tax Collector. ,decree

which appeared recently. A communist GRAHAM past week. For County J n.1 rlletlon.SuperIntendent of Public As PAIIK8 Hpeclal M I Master PARiWtrHARL In Chancery., Court House Phone 60

.,
campaign speech so the Mrs. Russell Norman Mrs. Emory For County Surveyor. 10-16-31-10-30

delivered In the Mr. I_ C. Smith. Correspondent Johns and Misses Canto and 1Io'or Five County Commlimlonerii.For __
paper reports was .---- -
Three Member of the County Oil UK It OK IM title \TION AMI -anpies-p.pppp.p.es- p.
First Congregational Church In Mrs. Delmar: McKinzle of Jacksonville Mary Faulkner attended the teachers Board of Public Instruction.For NOTUH 'IU .'PI''': U.

Oak Park, a suburb of Chicago.The and Miss Hazel Surren- association In Gainesville. Justice of the Peace In and for THE STATE OF : to. n.
:
of were visiting Mr. I the following Justice. District, r. Kite-hill anil Mrs K,nWA I hl SINCLAIR H-C LEADS INC
Communist candidate for gov- cy. Tampa Shower For IlrId'Mrs. Via: hi* wife each of II F D. No. 2,
ernor of Illinois was Invited by the and Mrs. J. H. Surrency Sunday.Mrs. No.8. Unx 65, Three Spring Pi-nnxylva-
Is W. B. Bloodsworth entertained i For CoiiHtaMe In and for the following ole:
young people of the church to Verdie Smith of Tampa with miscellaneous .ItiKllce District, VI.: OREKTINOS: : Take notice that a .. -,-,-- -,- -
make (the address. The atheistic at the bedside of her mother. Mrs. recently a I No. 8 Bill' of Complaint has been fllml I in
who Is sick. shower honoring Mrs. J. W. In Testimony Whereof, I have Circuit Court of Uradford CountFlorida. !
Khool teachers and the modernistic Lizzie Murrhee, very I hereunto *>t hand and affixed
*
my In .
Chancery. against '
yo .
of Palatka.. who prior to .y"w'e' ((5' r
preachei have robbed a great Mrs. C. Fogg, Mrs. Annie Ward Knight I the treat Meal of the and each of you. In that certain '-
and Mrs. Eva her marriage was Miss CarraBelle State of Florida, at Tallahaa- I chute therein pending wherein The
many young people of their faith Mrs. Ida Jones "..e, the Capital, thla the Slth "Federal Land Hank of Columbia I,I.

In the Bible and authoritative religion Strickland were visiting relatives Norman. day of August A. r>. IDS8.IjS. I Plaintiff and you and each nf you
\ Sunday. Mrs. Interesting games were played ( .) K. A. GRAY. and alno. Fred J. PaStes and Faun!
These young people having In Jacksonville and awarded after which the Secretary' of Slate' M Pattee hi. wife, J. M. Vanti. and
turned from faith are lookIng Ward remained for a few day'svisit prizes To A. O. Al< lJHEU. Sheriff ilrad- Stella, Yenta, his wife, and KederaFarm
away with her aunt Mrs. Emma many useful gifts she received ford Countv. I Mortgage Corporation' are defendant .
for something to which they were displayed and delightful refreshments 94tin an *. case No. 4.17; to i1orec'lose I
111. .. .
tie their lives. They are, Blakely who Is very -- ---- --- -- lilnltitlff nnrt.rags n* n first (in.
nay -- "
of Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Wusdln of were served. I :\OTItU prior[ lien niiperlcr, ; to 'the tltl;.. In:
therefore a prey for all types tereat and Hen of each of defendants .
religions and isms. The day of Waldo, were visiting relatives Sunday Notice IH nernby given to all concerned on the following described'
that th' city Council of the
property In Uradford CUllnly111'
reckoning Is coming! These godless ARMOURS BIG CROP I City of Starke Florida sitting AN a iiln. to-wlt: NWW\ or N'W'4 nn8Wii <

leaders will have to answerat .. FERTILIZERS &: FERTILIZER Hoard of Kiiiallzer. on TuesdayOctober of NWV. and NWJ of BWVof .
MATERIALSBig 6th. A n lonfl made the Sec 6, Tp. 6 South, Range'' 22
the judgment bar to the God SAXTON following change In the tax a.- l':UMt, *lxo criminenclng Northeast

Whom they have taught young W. A. Tyler. Correspondent Cash Discount to Hennnient roll UN riled by the City corner of SWfc: of HW% of .ald Sec
Mr fur 1930.
Tax AfleeaMoi
CommissIon Merchants and lion Towiixhlp and Range. and run
people to repudiate! and MrsC. C. Sumner Farmers Associations Notice In further given that the Went 110 feet South 1320 feet East
C S Mr. Cltv Council will at a meeting to beheld 210 feet thence North 1320 feet tn
In of em- spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. J. L. IIARKEI.L. Agent I on the 30th day of October at .point of beginning together with
talking to a group W. M. Norman bf Rising section. Lawtey. .'11. the City Hall. In Hiarka at 7:10 the tenement, hereditament, andalptIrtenaneea
ployees one day the writer said. o'clock 1>. M will hear from all uoh thereto belonging o
"I Mrs. Maggie Griffis of Starke, owner or agent a. desire to appear TIIKHKKOHK you and each ol you
do to me.
not hire people cuss I Mrs. Lizzie Tyler Fri- and fll- complaint a. to the aie hereby reriuhed to appear to '\
I can get that free. A man Is a was visiting cheeks valuation ax fixed' by the ald xald Hill of Complaint I so filed I.

fool tocuss day afternoon.W. Malaria Hoard of Kfuulllersr; | and hear anv against. you. at the office of the
who will employ anybody R Swanbom of Slater and reaunn why 'tile valuation huuldbechantti"i. Clerk of said Court at the county
\ htm. If a man employedby 6 66 I. 3 dais courthouse In Sparks, Bradford
sal Miss Dorothy Swanbom of Tallahassee K", of lot I & :lot* S, E, T of blkSA County Florida on November 2nd
a business! house accepts a the week-end here at COLDSLiar in 6 it original Town of 19.1. otherwIse. Ihe allegation of
spent
ary from the business and Is not Htarke Shell I'etrnlaum Corp. from said bill of complaint will be taker _

loyal. If an Institutlon their home. TABI.BTS tint .mrALVR 14000.00 to 1600000 a* coalesced by you. Uradforr
he Is nothing. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Tyler and 1\101110 .............. 80 Hlock M ax extended on KnaeyaMap County Telegraph I K duly qualifiednewspaper :
Is good enough to pay mea in mini1 M'..... : t* I 22. Original Town of published l In said. county: ,
children were visiting friends Best'' 8th. Oulf lleflnlna Co. from I III hereby, designated the
institution is Tw, .R.b.M.T.-W..I. ke. ; a* newspaper
salary and If the Starke Sunday. L..I.... 17000 00 to fHOOO.no In which I ihls notice shall be COMPETITIVE ROAD TESTS
decent enough for me to stay with The treat, Atlantic ft Pacific. Tea published once each week fur four '

It and then it is 1 Co Personal from $780.00 to $1,- c.iiix....U. lye week. This September
accept the salary,
000 00The. 30th 136
good enough for me to support. II The American Oil Co. personal I A. ... THOMAS 1 to 3 more miles per gallon In passenger cars
fie which I am Beware Cough 'froir 1100000 to 1150000. Clerk of circuit Courtof
Institution with
I Ii
: Fruit (llrower Kxpre: Co. Per- Bradford County, Florida
connected is not good enough for i onal from n 1.00 to f 100 00, K.VIOHT .* KNKIHT

">e to endorse then my protestihould cold 'I from Shell 142000 Petroleum to U! 000.Corp. Personal Klurke Attorney. Fla.for Plaintiff'
I Ii
be a resignation. "I can't From a common Southern Hell Telephone. It Telegraph OFFICIAL SEAL)
other i .'0. "' rob 1394 qUit wayto
I have
my Job. no
500.00.>>
U
make a living," someone says.I On) Sinclair!I Refining r'... Per onal NOTICE Or IiJLECTIO make a teat

That Is no argument. That I That Hangs 1 from 157000 to $''00.00. WIIERKA.1.: th. Legislature of you j
i Western Union Telegraph Co.PerHonal Kit under the Constitution of ISIS, in
argument of the man who says he from $.17100 tn $190000 of the Mtat of Florida. did pa. two your own car

Mils he has to Seaboard Air Line Railway Co. Joint' Kenolutlon. .proposing arnndrnent .
whiskey because I medicines heal the Irritated tissues as ww Personal' from 111,61400 to 124- to the Constitution of the and find out fur
live' he because he has Kd matter how many Is loosened and
or sells dope chest Berm-toden phlegm 00. State of Florida and the same were
to support his family. There are you hare tried for your cough canget impelled. Druggists also knOW the w L. ,WAM.fhnlrrnaii .. agreed to by a. vote of three fifth yourself' the ex-
cold or bronchial Irritation, you Creosote city Council of all the member elected to each
Beecbwood
"o conditions in life under which I relief now with Creomulslon. effectiveness of City! "f Stark, Florida. Fiouae: that the vote on aald Joint Ira mile In II-C.

'It is right to make a living dis fcreooiulsion not only contains the and they rank Creomulslontoo Attest cAitr.. JOHN.. *, absolutions were entered upon their
.
a (.It) 'i rk.
element i common to many for coughs because you get respective Journal, with the yea
honorably. From years of expe- soothing of White of Creosote In Creomul- 10.JQ-a.-10.20 and nay. thereon, and they did de-
Syrup
such aa. real dose
choice I have learned that the remedies; fluid extract It Is palatable. ---- -- .. termlns and direct that the Said See theSinclair
I,, compound with Tar. emulsined M that
PIne stori Joint fleaolutloii be submitted to
.'nllt'r 11. MI POH
.If'II'r
best man In an organization Is the of Licorice Root fluid extract digestible and potent for going i'fill< tl>*.Ollll I 01 VI.,. FI.OIIIIIl.I the elector of the State at the General f

alan who is loyal. Personally. I of Wild Cherry and Menthol but to the very seat of the trouble. I H41 ":I&\". Klertlon In November 1934 5' Dealer
bad ordiar also haS 11uld extract: of Ipecac for Creomulslon Is guaranteed saUa- MAHHI MAKHHAI-I, NOW Til ERE" FORK.l. ft. A CIRAY.lerretary O'LS.
rather have Just a plain. loosening < '., Isinani of State tbe State ot
>. who Is loyal Its powerful phlegm for factory In the treatment of coughs, I IOP VOUCH Florida, do hereby give notice that abKIKHtf.
of Cascara x.
plodding man
extract /
Irritations -
11uld bronchial .
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effect. : UI.KCTIfl::
than to have a brilliant genius who Its mild laxative effect and most chest and colds especially and those stubbornones ROIIFRT"lAIIHH.U.r"1.".,tidant, i I will he held In each county In Florida ....... .... .... ddS 55 ..ioc t..4o.i,. 4..w.ue t4.5.5

'Is disloyal to the organization, A Important of all. Beechwood creo- that start with a common cold i OHItKIt: 0'" PIHIIC TIOn <. on Tuesday next succeeding !h.fI..t *
with all :Monday In November A. D. 134
blended days and ><) < 5-: TO ePpeit.To .
dreadful
perfectly
Preacher who Is pastor of a church sote la of the on for I .. ." the said Tuesday heInz the
reach the source It other R>.i. rt Siarshall! whose re* I
of these to Sights thereafter. Even TIIIHII !52W Of nolKWIIKIl, : :
hat Is orthodox and Is not loyal trouble from the tnslde. CreomulBlon and- remedies have failed your druggist i .Idem... !I.h.-i.l.unknown> ordered: that y.iu arereonited for the rat If It'atl..n rir' rejection of Agtnf, Sinclair R.#fining Company (Inc.)
to of frequently Creomul"'ion It i- a4! Joint Itexolutlona .
the fundamental doctrines can be taken to cuarantee November2nd the proposing
authortzed ti. nppar nn
his' adults and Children Is cent of your I amendment to the {,''.'' rOK WI.NC'LAIK' < PRODUCT:
denomination Is according to contInUOUslY by and to refund every AD' '; befi.re lh above en-
of the State <.( Florida, Vi..UIUUOD''
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results. with .. ( ,.
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the wIth remarkable it are riot satlsfled tal.1 !the ".piaintC PhONE: 1JH
writer a double crosser and a ereomuJston money yOU ahoy 11. A JOINT .' .
tat doctors use tirst bottle. I ::"4 a-lnv yu In the en
ton Thousands U'veil results from the very 3nth. 1t38: I Proponing ti. Amend SectIon. X of the I
rook No has a right own familIes another sleep- d xl"' > September
man In their through .. II XIII of the Constitution of J. H. WAINWRIGHT
> knOwtng Don't 'Worry ..id, tbi I i rtforrt. O unr Tel .iaph Article Agt
tke a of Institution In their practice or co get a bottle of to I ;
living out any as to less nlght-phol1e r, 1'0 dxlgnated' a* th. duly the state FlorIda Relating t'
w, :ile he !la undermining the founn how creomul tn11aJned ton aids membranes nature and ot Creomulalon right now. (Adv.) luallfUd .....l...I>.. In -whl-.U !!><. ProVi.inla. for the Aged, Infirm '8TJlHtfU;, ('IXHtlUAIIIIItV.

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i ELECTION A. D. 1936 Mission Hall, Mr. and Mrs. N D> v
SAMPLE BALLOT
I Sr.,
Bradford County TelegraphEstablished Studying the subject "A Pre- had aa their gu'

(Make A Cross Mark (X) before the name of the candidate of your choice) pared Place For A Prepared Peo- week-end Mr and M.

1877ME.iV.BER pIe" the study group, numbering Wainwright and ram

For Presidential Electors! of the State of For Board of Public Instruction BradfordCounty upwards of fifty, received some sonville, .,amen fI",
Florida: District One: new Inspiration In their medita-
Vote for tions Tuesday evening when wright of Alachw.:
they
seven:
V LOR1LV\PRESS ASSOCIATION ---:1.-: II. MOORE _______ uiserabled for their weekly meet- Mrs Joe Wainwright 1
r FRED ANDREWSW.
1935 ville
Board of Public Instruction, Bradford ing.The
-J Otwat 'J.ec-uda. P. (Pill!) ARNOLD For County, District. Two children of Israel wandered -

u .. ERLE B. ASKEW forty years in the wilderness
W. C. MANNING although Canaan had been donated MY HENS ARE GETTIN
Published Weekly on Fridays and Entered as Second Class
MRS. GEORGE M. DORMAN and was flowing :/1th milk and PURINA
Matter at the Post Office at Starke, Florida ---r Board Public inatntotion Bradford honey ready for their reception THE FEEDTHAT'S

.. . .. .. WA LLACE"K: -rTl[ County, District Three; because they were not prepared to FORTIFIED

E. I.. Matthews __ .___ __ __.. ____Editor and OwnerSUBSCRIPTION LLOYD Z. MORGANJ. E. J. LEWIS possess it, and spent all those
.. years in ignorance of the reason
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-- J. PARRISH JR. PURTENE
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why, perhaps.
RATE
ABRiAM For Bond Trustee. Bradford County,
FRED S. God's plan for His people today
Yearly, $1.50; Six Months', 75c;) -Payable in Advance EMORY AKERMANG. y District One: and His promises to them: ("I go

Advertising Rates on Application W. E. TORODEFor to prepare a place for you and will

.. -- .---..----. H. ALEXANDERJ. come again to receive you") is
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EVERETT ALLEN Bond Trustee Bradford County, very plain and also the admonitionto
Democratic Presidential Electors and NomineesIn District Two them to "be ye also ready for in

HERBERT L. ANDERSON a time ye think not" also "Prepareto
W. L. WALL
the Democratic meet thy God" etc are sufficient
order to assist its readers in voting MARY DUFF ARNOLDC.
instruction or should be, to drive
ticket in the General Election, November 3, the Telegraph has C. AUSHERMANFor For Bond Trustee, Bradford County everyone who Is called by His > r

compiled the following list of electors and nominees. In or- District Three: name to the Guide' Book for fur- ,

der to vote for re-election of President Roosevelt the voter will T. N. KENDRICK ther direction for preparation.

have to place an (X) mark opposite each of the followingseven --__,__-__ j, The sponsors of the Mission
I "or Bond Trustee, Bradford County, work stressed their aim' of family
which will on the ballot. They will be
names appear District Four altars in the homes, of the study

the first seven names on the ballot. United State Senator From the Stateof '*'" I' l1ACYS..WYNNFor group aa well aa Individual study lt

Fred Andrews Florida: as a first step In this preparation.A .
(4 term of Park Trammell recitation and a solo, sweetly
W. P. (Bill) Arnold year unexpired
deceased) Bond Trustee, Bradford County rendered added to the Interest and
Erie B. Askew District Five: profit of the meeting:.

Mrs. George M. Dorman C. ANDREWS H. P. GAINEYCONSTITUTIONAL I "tt'oURINA

Wallace N. Keith H. C. BABCOCKFor AMENDMENT Mrs. Rosa Constantine reports

Lloyd Z. MorganJ. ARTICLE XIII. SECTION S that she has gathered an unusually,

To amend Section 3 of Article XIII of the large crop of pecans from her trees POULTRYCHOWS
J. Parrish Jr.
United State "Senator' From the
this season. This Is the case
Constitution of the State of Florida relating gen-
State of Florida: to provision for the aged Infirm and erally throughout the county and
The names of all Republican electors begin with the let- ((2 year unexpired Fletcher term deceased of Duncan U. unfortunate providing as follows: growers here have harvested the p w
)
ter "A". They were carefully handpicked to confuse the vo- "Section 3. The respective counties of largest crop in many years.
the State shall provide in the manner
pre
ter who does not study the ticket before voting. It will be CLAUDE PEPPERFor scribed by law, for those of the inhabitantswho .

well to memorize the seven names listed above if you wish to by reason of age infirmity or misfor- The first edition of Shake
KepreitentalKe In Congress From Second tune, may have claims upon, the aid and speare's "Sonnets."' published in SISTRUNKFEED
vote for Roosevelt. Congressional) District of the State ofFlorida sympathy of society; provided, however the 1609 by Tom Thorpe was a pi- AND SEED ('0,
: Legislature may by general law provide fora rated one.
STAKKE
FLORID
Here are the party nominees, some. of whom will be op- uniform State-wide system for such benefits -',
R. A. (Lex) GREENFor .
iwjsed by Republicans: and appropriate money therefor; but
such law shall :
no general provide benefitsto I
For Governor-Fred Cone. Governor of the State of Florida: any person who shall not have been a ros- :
"" iiient of the State of Florida for a period of YES, IT IS TIME FOR
For United States Senator-Claude Pepper. FRED P. CONE five years continuously next preceedlng his

For United States Senator-C. O. Andrews.For E. E. CALLAWAYFor application provide therefor for benefits, nor to shall such generallaw sole- GOOD GULF GAS & OIL

Representative Second District-R. A. (Lex) Green. ly on account of age who has any not person attainedthe

For Secretary of State-R. A. Gray. age of sixty-five years; Provided, further -
Secretary of State of the State of that where by any law of the United Let Us Change Your Oil
For Attorney General-Cary D. Landis. "Florida States, a lesser or different period of resi-

4 For Comptroller. M. Lee. dence age or citizenship shall be fixed in
R. A. GRAY order for the State of Florida to participateIn GOOD GULF LUBE AND GULF PRIDE MOTOR OILS
For State Treasurer-W. V. Knott. Federal that
any grants might be made
ARE MADE ESPECIALLY FOR THESE COOL MORN-
For Superintendent of Public Instruction-Colin English.For For Attorney General of the State of for such purposes, the Legislature may
: Florida: prescribe such requirements as to citizen- INGS. FOR QUICK STARTING AND EASY MOTORING -
Commissioner of Agriculture-Nathan Mayo. ship age and residence as will be consistent

For Supreme Court Justices-Glen Terrell and J. B. GARY D. LANDIS Law.with"and not in conflict with such Federal TRY GOOD GULF PRODUCTS. ',

Whitfield.For .
For Comptroller of the State of Florida: For the Amendment.
Railroad Commissioner B. Douglas.For .
State Senator-Charley E. Johns. J. M. LEE Against the Amendment.CONSTITUTIONAL NEW DEAL SERVICE STATION


For Treasurer of the State of Florida:. AMENDMENT HUBERT PRIEST Manager
Times and if don't with them ARTICLE VIII. SECTION 10
change you change you'llbe W. V. KNQTT
To amend Article VIII of the Constitu-
left behind. tion of the State of'Florida by adding Sec -

o For Superintendent of Public Instruction tion 10 with reference to the City of Key
of the State of Florida: West providing: as follows:
Society note: Those funny looking things under modern Section 10. The Legislature shall have
WINVIN\ WINHail's
COLIN ENGLISHFor power to establish alter or abolish a Muni-
feminine headgear are women. cipal corporation to be known as the Cityof
Key We s t, extending
: territorially
D Commissioner of Agriculture of the
throughout the present limits of Monroe
State of Florida
Plant City has strawberries for Thanksgiving but up : County, in the place of any or all county
NATHAN MAYO district, municipal and local governments Grocery
here we have thanksgiving for strawberries. boards, bodies and officers, constitutionalor ,

statutory legislative executive, judicial
o For Justices of th' supreme Court of or administrative, and shall prescribe the

"'he Repi'b'icans' in Florida just naturally don't have Florida jurisdiction, powers, duties and functions of
Vote for two
: such
municipal corporation its legislative,
enough fish frys to get anywhere politically.. jfi GLENN TERRELL executive judicial and administrative departments MARKET
and its boards bodies and offi-
D J. B. WHITFIELDFor cers: to divide the territory included In such

Funeral directors are holding a convention in Tallahassee. municipality into subordinate districts, and
I to prescribe: a just and reasonable systemof
Wonder is there is a laugh in a carload. taxation for such municipality and districts AND LUNCHNEAR
Rallrncd Commissioner of the State of ; and to fix the liability of such municipality
---0.- Florida: and districts. Bonded and other
---. indebtedness existing at the time of the SEABOARD STATION-BERRY MARKET
The Toronto baby derby piques our interest. We can'thelp
W. B. (Babe) DOUGLASSFor establishment of such municipality, shall be
but wonder how it would feel to be born on a finish line. enforceable only against property thereto-
o 1, State Senator Fifteenth Senatorial fore taxable therefor. The Legislature shall Each 50c Spent for Groceries or Meat
District from time to time determine what portionof
The best thing that can happen to this world won't ever : said municipality Is a rural area, and a entitles you to a $2.50 Grocery Order
CHARLEY E. JOHNS homestead in such rural area shall not be
until the
calamity howlers enforce strict of birth
a measure limited. if In a city or town. Such municipality ASK US ABOUT THIS OFFER.A .
control.A may exercise all the of
powers a mu-
For Representative, Bradford County:
,1 D nicipal corporation and shall also be recog-
FRED HAZEN nized as one of the legal political divisionsof
Floridian was convicted recently for shooting a viol- the State with the duties and obligationsof FEW SPECIALS FOR SATURDAY

inist. For sakes is it the law to shoot a county and shall be entitled to all the
goodness against
a For County Judge, Bradford County powers, rights and privileges, Including rep-
violinist? resentation In the State Legislature which

4 a E. K. PERRYMANFor would accrue to It If it were a county; All FLOUR, 24 Lbs., Good 71c
property of Monroe County and of the mu- ,I
A boy killer began serving a 199 year sentence in prisonfor Sheriff, Bradford County: nicipality in said county shall vest in such '

slaying. The only way apparently- to be successful is to A. O. ANDREUFor herein municipal provided.corporation The offices when of established the Clerk aa of POTATOES, U. S. No. 1, 10 Ibs. 25c'

; start young. the Circuit Court and Sheriff shall not be
abolished but BACON Best extra good Lb. 17c
o Clerk Circuit Court, Bradford County: the Legislature may prescribethe ,
r time when and the method by which
Italy and the United States differ so much. In the for- A. J. THOMAS .,- luch offices shall be filled and the compen Pure Hog Lard Ib. 12l/zc
Compound
sation to be paid to such officers and or .
here'a may
mer a lire is money, and man who professes to have them
vest in additional powers and duties.
any money is a liar. For Assessor. of Taxes Bradford County: No county office shall be abolished or con- RIB BEEF STEW Lb. 10c
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solidated with ,
o E. W HAYESFor another office without mak-
ing provision for the performance of all
A New York kitchen maid won a prize for the best nov- State duties now or hereafter prescribed by ROUND STEAK or T-BONE, Lb. 18c
Tax Collector, Bradford County: law to be perfomed by such county officer.
el about Sweden. First time we knew that you could find
Nothing contained herein shall affect Sec
plans in pans or plots in pots. CARL A, KNIGHT tion 20 of Article III of the Constitution of DIME BRAND'MILK, Can .. 10c
o the State of Florida except as to such pro-
For !Snperintendi-nt of PuWte Instruction, visions therein as relate to regulating the
South Florida real estate dealers insist that another Bradford County: Jurisdiction and duties of any class of offi- PURE GROUND COFFEE, Lb. 121/2c

boom i 11'1' here. You still have to strain ears a little to cers, to summoning and Impanelling grand
your A. J. GRIFFISFor and petit juries to assessing and collecting ONIONS Extra Good 3 Lbs. tOe
hear it in this part of the state however. taxes for county purposes and to regulat- ,

o County (onunlHsloner, Bradford County ing the fees and compensation of county of PRINCE 10c
ALBERT
ficers. No law authorizing the establishingor Can .. _
" A family of four three girls and a mother, wonder where District One: abolishing of such Municipal corporation

the father TOPS mysteriously each night to sleep out. Have J. M. ROSIERFor pursuant to this Section shall become opera TOMATOES. No. 2 can Standard 7c
ative or effective until approved by a ma-
they thought to look in the family automobile? .- ------ jority of the qualified electors participatingIn
County CommNnloner, Bradford an election held In said county but so SALAD DRESSING. Pt. 15c
--o -- ( ounty, DNtrlrt. Two; long as such municipal corporation exists -

"The women is growing larger in body year in and year -'L.-L.- '-CONNER' under this Section the Legislature may Hall's Pork Sausage Smoked Lb. 25c
I ,
amend- or extend the law authorizing the
out declares that is
a psychologist. Perhaps why it's' so I
same without referendum to the qualified
hard to get one in a kitchen or a pair of cotton hose. For County t'onimlmlonrr, Bradford voters unless the Legislative act providingfor I
District Three such amendment or extension shall -
--0 County : for such referendum.For provide I We are remodeling our store and will

Bette Davis: says no one knows'! what a hard time poor MALLORY THOMASFor have

motion picture actors have of it. It must! be comforting for the Amendment. 1 plenty of room to serve you. Give

1 her to know that she can always quit the movies and get a County County Commissioner, District;; Four; Bradford: --Against-the Amendment.Shall i us a chance and you will find our prices

job as a $15-a-week stenographer.Good the permits and licenses heretofore cheaper.
*' I
o h. SAXON granted for the operation in Bradford
---- County Florida of Coin-operated Machinesand

times have returned to the Alabama cotton belt and For County CommlMloner, Bradford devices, described in Chapter 17257, i FREE

store clerks are said to be so busy that they can't take time County, District. FUej Laws of Florida, Acts of 1933, be continuedor i I DELIVERY
revoked T
off to eat. Well, a few years ago anyone connected with a T...D. DYAL. -- -- -FOR corrriNUANCE: := ij i WE MEET ALL CASH PRICESr"
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