Bradford County telegraph
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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: November 24, 1933
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
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System ID: UF00027795:01107
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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Established 1877 Sub rlption-For Year $1.50; sIx Months 75c-Payable in Advance E. L. Matthews Editor and Owner ,


I Program Is Now Under Way 1 1STAWBERRY

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. RATES Canning Plant Negro Under Driver,$230 Out Bond Good Rain FaDs JOBS TO BE GIVEN :

I II I II II Ii FURTHER REDUCED For Tomatoes Mr and After Mrs Car w. R.Smashup Jackson of On Crops Here; TO 900 MEN HERE :

i Hampton were slightly Injured and
I II I Is Possibility their automobile wrecked when Growers Busy

they were struck by a trailer of a 'i

j BY RAIL CARRIERS turpentine truck as they were re- MONDAY MORNING ,

I Comp.any11) Come Here In turning home from Starke Satur- strawbnrlt' Show Improvements
I Spring It Acreage Can Be day night. November Generally -- -- -

Secured td received Unfavorable
According reports
BOON TO INDUSTRY New Rate Means here ti1e truck attempted to pass Passenger, Rates 10 CENTS PER IIOUI'

$200,000 III Savings A tomato canning plant for another car and, although Its main A good rain Wednesday night, Arc heavily Cut
Starke this spring seems assured boy missed Mr. Jackaoll' car, the while not all that was needed, hit
Exprl- Charges Cut Approxlmawly If farmers in this county can be trailer struck it,'causing It to turn the right spot with Bradford Coun- Part 01 $115,000,000 Reemployment --
E. S. Matthews, chairman of the Effective December 1 until May Campaign For
115 Per Cent .Freight signed up to plant at least 300 over twice. ty farmers and many of them were
Florida Railroad Commission, has acres, It was announced this week Louis driver busy Thursday setting and resetting 31, one way coach fares on Sea. Florida
Charges Also close to Fitzpatrick, negro board Air Line trains will be -
estimated savings running by A. J. Griffis, secretary of the plants In an effort to Increase ap-
of the truck, was arrested but re-
would result to two cents mile On..Un I J. E. Wilson at
$200,000 growers Bradford County Growers Associa- acreage that has been reported proximately per
leased few hours
a later under
Substantial reductions in freight In this state from reductions in $250 light. round trip double the one way fare, noon Thursday received R telegram -

and express rates on strawberries freight and express shipment tion.This deal, which Is being promoted bond. According to reports of the Fed.cral T, J. Griffin, agent, said this week from Tallabl" au- ,
Itrawberrles. C. R. Manlre of Hampton, another -,. thorldl1g: him to place eighty
the charges on Brothers Tickets in parlor and sleeping
from Florida to all sections by Apte Canning Crop Reporting Bureau, the
ordered last Satur- The reductions, ordered by the Company 01 Miami, offers growers occupant of the Jackson car, first two weeks In November show- cars will be three cents per mile leer rent 01 the relief clients
country were Interstate' Commerce Commission, also received minor injuries. round and two cents mile In Bradford County on the
here an opportunity for disposing ed an improvement in strawberries trip, per
day by the Interstate Commerce cover carload shipment by freight of their crop at about II"e-sl.tth ota as well as In cabbage, celery, peas, In each direction with ten day limit INlyroll Monday morning. It

COmp1lsslon, according to press and express fro mPlant City, Law- cent per pound.It peppers, and lettuce. and 24 cents per mile In each direction is. estimated that more than j
D. C. and other to New York, Union Services with limit OO( men will go to work h_
dispatches from Washington, tey points Is stated that if located here Generally, however, conditions a thirty day
Information received here stated Boston, Chicago and other. big the plant will offer employment to have been unfavorable for growth There will be no surcharge In At ftla average wage of $12 l

that the reduction! amounts to from markets. 1:10: women and Mr. Griffis Is urg- of vegetable crops. "Torrential sleeper or parlor cars. These rates ,this will mean a wkly payroll

twelve to fifteen per cent on ex- Ing farmers to cQhie\ In and sign up Will BeHeld rains practically destroyed the are only good In Florida now, of 10800.

cars with the minimum load for acreage il\ brder that thlll! crops in a limited area on the East --
press The Civil Works'Admlnlstrationhalt ,
Tag Agency Goes source! of revenue may be, devel- Coast 01 Florida from Fort Lau-
the same. ordered 83, 00 to work 4
oped' derdale to Melbourne," said the re- 37 Credit Units persons 7
Freight reauctlon is sixty-five The city council of Starke has All Church Itenominstions To port. "While this wall going on at regular wage In Florida next

I per cent of the first class rate with To Court House announced itself willing to make, Unite In Observing Thanksgiving the relit of the country for the Monday and Bradford County can Y

a minimum of 17,000 pounds While concessions in the way of lights Day moat part,. was suffering from dry Form In South furnish 1.500 of the laborers it this"
I this minimum Is considered high and water If Apte Brothers can be weather" number is allowed UB, Joseph Eo +

I for a freight car, the load can be I. persuaded to locate here. All Starke Churches will observe "Temperatures len the second Wilson,. chairman of the relief
less than the minimum and still Collector's Office Made Ready Thanksgiving Day with a union council here, Mid Thursday. This t't'c
week of the month In
result in a substantial reduction To Take Over New service to be held at the Preaby resulting n. n. u. Association lit Now part.'of a llSOOO.OOO campaign ;
Shows Must Pay frosts In the central and northern
below the former rate. Job terian Church at 10:30: am. parts of Florida, damaging fall Ultt'C1 Among LoanOrganizations to wlpeout; unemployment, in Florida .

reduction In ex- Even If Sponsored The speaker for the service wlll of beans and j
crops eggplant
The approximate Tax Collector C. A. Knight's office be the Rev Dr D. H. Hunter of pep- Mr; Wilson this week received a
cent a pint box, pers, but this cooler weather has
rates is one
press has been undergoing! changes : telegram from the administration
Penney Farms and 8. fine address The B. n. U Credit Production
while on the freight rate It TALLAHASSEE (FNS) J. M. proven beneficial to leafy crops of
this week, making room for auto- Is assured by those who have heard Association wall listed thle week In TuU..hasAee asking what size
amounts to more. The lower rates Lee, State Comptroller, has stated cabbage, lettuce, escarole, romaine, '
mobile tags which will go on sale Dr Hunter before 1rl Associated Press dispatches payroll could be used here to pay
at the beginning all Itinerant shows and etc,
will be in effect that expositions
there December 1. Tlye local tag the employees of work projects. The
among thlrtY-Reven. organizations -
and should from other states that special'program of music is
of this shipping season ap- to the condition of
Especially all
account has been ,checked out in that have been formed chairman replied that $20,000
to the berry Industry in Florida the winter being arranged under the direction
beneficial pear during the Florida truck the .
prove favor of Mr. nlllht, who In com- of Mrs E. M. crops, report 111 the South during the past few weeklYwould take care of the un.
it is beUeved. months must pay their state and Davis, organist of
mon with other tax collectors said that while the leaby and hardy weeks. employed in this county
licenses when their the Presbyterian Church, and the
by Lawtey throughout the state finds the tag county even truck crops showed! some improve r
It has been figured choirs It wall announced that the men
the various Ernest Graham of the
under the churches president
performances are given are
meat from the first of November
that.the'11ew rate to New agency business In his hands for will bcJautomatically! transferred
tippers asked to assist in Production Credit
auspices of some local civic or fra- singing Corporation of
In condition the condition of most
delivered the fortncomlng ;
via Jersey City, year. Monday morning from Federal
orl\ .
ternal Irrespective Columbia, announced that theRe
houses will be $1.20 : Under'provisions the law organization. Everyone, of creed, fall truck was lower as these crops associations Relief to Civil
commission of Emergency projects
The said that he had Is invited are capitalized at 1,170-
I Comptroller to attend this annual
crates and $2.03 per of the passed the peak of their fall movement Works and will work 4
B6-plnt at the last session
per passed sent letters to all county tax col- union ervice. 000, thus "making their farmer jobs, they a
2-quart crates when shipped by Legislature all tag agencies go to lectors advising to collect members able to discount over five maximum of thirty hours a week ; 4
refrigerated exprells. county tax collector offices and the them An offering will be taken for "In general, said the report, at a graduated scale of pay rangIng -
state and county taxes on all Charitable million dollars worth 01 notes with
Freight rates from Lawtey are sale of 1934 tags begins on the first amusements. purposes. "crops are in better condition at the Intermediate Credit Bank of from forty cent tQ $1 an hour.
3S-plnt of next month. the present time than at the same For the time all work y
computed at $1.10 per Many requests have been received In Columbia." present
crates and $1.63 per 32-quart The 1934 tag Js black with white by the Comptroller from Ameri- Plorida.s Exhibit period- S Production credit associations here wlll continue on road and ditch
crates. and numerals. At the I projects, Mr Wilson said. These a'
lettering women's organizations -
can Legion posts,
To Stay At Pair are local units of the Production
Lawtey growers have asked carriers top there are "windows" and a slot and other local groups asking A. A. Johns Dies I Credit Corporation of Columbia will! automatically become Civil

to allow a 12,000 pound mmi- at the back into which a narrow for waiver of license for shows Ill Prostproof home and are the connecting links be- Works projects
mum on freight carloads. It this strip is shoved. The strip bears which are attempting to appear TALLAHASSEE (FNS) It tween the farmer and the intermediate Figuring a minimum pay scale

should be granted, delivery to New the serial, designating what type under the auspices of the various was announced by Commissioner credit bank, the of $12. week, employment of 815-
York ,would be about $1.60 per of vehicle Is licensed, and the fig- organization Nathan Mayo, on his return from A. A. Johns, 66-year-old native : ment said. announce- 000 persons next week will release

32-quart crates and about 90c per I ures1934. These appear In the"window" "This practice has become a Chicago last week, that plans for 01 Starke, died last week at his a payroll totaling '$1,026,000 in ?

36-plnt crates, or five cents per I when the strip is In- racket and I don't propose for it the dismantling and removal of the home in Frostproof where he had They will supply short term Florida each week, the administration -

quart and two and. one-half cents serted. to continue," Comptroller Lee Florida Exhibit from the Hall of pent the past twenty-two yearll. credit to farmers for the production said

pint. Once In place, It is claimed the stated. "I am not going to waive States at the Century of Progress Funeral services were held there of general agricultural crops, A higher scale for skilled craftsmen -

per the move which has tag wilL be extremely difficult to the license for any Itinerant show will be given no further considera- Tuesday afternoon of last week fattening and breeding livestock and administrative expense'

1 resulted Leaders in ill the reduction of rates remove from the car, thus making or exposition. As much as I think tion at this time. from the Baptist Church. or the production of poultry ot will! Increase the total to about

, have been R. W. Burch, Inc., of Its theft or accidental loss very un- of the American Legion and other Since It has been definitely de- Mr Johns was born In Starke dairy products. $1,230,000, it was eatlmated. The i

Plant City, joined by eighty-five likely. organizations, I cannot permit my cided to carryron the Century of and spent his boyhood here. In The local production credit associations Civil Works program is to con-

cent of the leading shippers of This patented theft-proof device sense of duty to' let me discrimi- Progress through the summer of 1899 he was married to Emma Geiger set up to date, their address tinue at least until February 115,

per the state. Is controlled by Fortenberry Bros, nate against the owners 01 year- 1934, officials .of the exposition, his widow who survives him. and capital stock, respective.ly and the administration estimated

Manufacturing rights were con- around amusement places."It joined by the.Governor of Illinois, Three children, Avlll, Russell and Include Florida' share of the national

tracted for by the State Motor Ve- Isn't fair or just to allow mayor of Chicago and other execu- Asa, were born to them while living Florida: $400,000,001) lund would be $lri-

Grid Team hicle Department. Its use has In- these Itinerant attractions to come tives have requested that the Flor- here. Alachua County, Gainesville, 000,000.All .

Town creased the manufacturing cost of here during our most prosperous ida exhibit be allowed to remain Mr. Johns had been engaged In $60.000: Clay County, Green. Cove workers will be paid by, }

the tags approximately llSOOO, season, appear under the auspices intact, since it has been an out- several businesses since moving to Springs, $20.000; Dade County, MIami check on the United States Tress1

though there will be no extra cost of some organization and evade li- standing attraction, creditable to Frolltproof but for the past several $30,000: St. Johns, Hastings, ury ,These checks will be distributed rkr

Wins First Game to the purchaser: censes, and take away a lot of both the exposition and the state, years.had been larmlng. He wall $70.000; Manatee County, Braden- each Saturday.

money, while our own people are bringing the story of Florida's recently placed In charge ot a re- ton, $4:1,000: ; Lee County, Fort Directing the work will be C. B. '

-- hunting SeasonOpened operating places of amusement charms, resources and opportunities lief far mtract in that section. He Myer, $21),000: B. B. U., Starke, Trea.t.lway, chairman of the State 9t

Snows Palatka Under On Municipal during the year and suffering losses to the attention of millions of was InstrumentaL haVing erected $20,000; Seminole, Sanford, $80- Road Department, who was appointed -
Field here List Monday In the summer." people the first Baptist tabernacle in 000. Total, $370,000. chairman of the Florida

Week -a Commissioner Mayo stated that Frostprool and was clerk and Civil Works Administration, succeeding -

empty shotgun shells were scattered "Torch Sillger" Now in all probability the exhibit would treasurer of the church for many Lorenzo Wilson of Jack

local town In all parts of the county be allowed to remain and that no years. He was a member of the lJIel-/loll Tile Magician lIonvllle, who resigned because 01
The Starke All Stars,
At The Ritz
council for
Monday morning as the hunting move would be made to bring It to city several years and At B. 11. S. Monday Pressure 01 private bus ess. d
team, downed the Palatka Inde- was chairman of the street com- .
season for 1933-34 officially open- Florida or dismantle It until Man- .
pendents here last Friday, 13-0, on ed. Sportsmen, who had eagerly Claudette Colbert will be the : ager Earl Brown was given an opportunity mittee having charge of building '
the Municipal Field in their first awaited the day, took to the woods, "wlckedellt woman I in town" as the to confer with officials moat 01 Frostprool's paved streets. Those who like stage attractions State Plans War
Besides his widow and three will be glad to know that Mel-Roy,
Paramount's "Torch
In Florida on..the
each to his favorite hunting star matter
game of the present lIeason. children, Mr. Johns Is survived "Master Mind of Mystery," III
ground, and most of them returned Singer" which Is playing tonight at n the of South by
was hone Florida
The local boys were headed for fea- his mother, Mrll. Elizabeth F. scheduled to present hili wealth Df I On License-less
Theatre The cut
with well-tilled the Ritz
bags. Fair officials' that
'way would be
a touchdown In the second quarter, Johns of Starke: a brother, H. E. magical sensations on the stage
David Manners
County Judge E.' K. Perryman tures Ricardo Cortez, found to the
bring exhibit to Tam-
but Manassa fumbled over the Pa- Johns and a sister, Mrs. L, A. of the high school auditorium Mon- t
tatka goal line and the Indepen- reports that up until Monday Lyda Roberti and Baby'Le pa for the 1934 South Florida Fair Reynolds, also of Starke. day, November 27. at 7:30: -p.m. Letters Are Sent To Officials<< '
dents Wall morning forty-five county licenses Roy.Torch Asking Them To Enforce
recovered. Strickland, from Magical effects and Illusions
and twenty-four state licenses had Singer, adapted
Carter, and the B. H. S. coach, been sold from his office. the Liberty Magazine story, Christmas Seal Rules Matthews Appointed I which the audience will see were Law s
Larson, went in at the half.,Strick- is Paramount' gathered from aU parts or the -
Grace Perkins -
be "Mike' by
to Postmaster
Game Is said fairly plentiful Given By '
land scored a touchdown In the filial In all parts of the state this answer to the popular de- On Federal Baaed world, some of them have been Preparations for prosecution of ,
and the was -- 1 persons who fall to pay state occupational -'
quarter, point built for
year, but George W. Davis, state mand that Miss Colbert be given specially Mel-Roy and 1'
rood. another "Christmas seals the licenses were completed
Manassa added belong on have never been presented to the
conservation commissioner, 18 "bad-girl" roles.Directors E. S. Matthews, chairmAn 01 the
marker, but the point failed, mak- quoted as saying that a large num- Alexander Hall and back, not on the front of packages Florida Railroad Commission, has public audience in this community. III' TalllLhaasee this week u theComptroller's '
the of the and letters," JoIn. H. H. office obtained a t
ng score 13-0 'in favor Young,
bar officers Soronell realism and been Now Is to
of eJltr: game have George inject appointed a member of the your chance see Mel-
local said thlll supply of letters directing county
postmaster week.
team. been sworn In to enforce the laws romance Into her return to happi- special committee on motor vehicle Roy in person. You have heard' d
Starke scoring:' Touchdowns, regarding bag limit. ness and provide 'Torch Singer" "In affixing Christmas seals to legislation of the National Allsoclatlon him, as a materialist, over all the prosecuting officerss. to take "ap-

Strickland (I), Manson (1)), Hunters here not only busied with a plot of surprises and sus- the front of an envelope, users are 01 Railroad Utilities Commissions principal radte stations or the proprlate action" against violators.
themselves with quail. A party left pense. I violating postal regulations:' she It was announced in TalJ&.ohasaee United States and Mextto--now he The letters, addressed In blank.
to officers 8&ld
prosecuting : rti
REV. FRANK FOWLER during the weekend for Dixie In the radio sequences of the continued "Unless these conditions last week brings you this tremendous wonder '
The death 01 Rev. Frank Fow- County where they have since been picture, Miss Colbert Is called upon are complied with articles for for- The appointment was made by ehow. The staging is second to .Aa provided in Section 10.
Chapter 16071, Acts ot 1933 I wick
ler, 63. for nearly thirty years engaged In tracking the elusive to croon a lullaby. It was In eign countries bearing Don-postsge :Robert T. Higgins ''of Connecticut, none; the costumes are beautiful;
missionary of the Southern Baptist deer. No report hall teen received marked contrast to the other songs stamps, will\ not be dispatched 'who Is president of the association the lighting effects are unequaled to certIfy to you for appropriate y
action the name of_________.___ _
from this but will be
Convention, was announced! this here yet as to the success or other- she had sung in the picture, and country re- a anywhere.
Week in a cablegram from Mendo- wise of this party. Among those Directors Hall and Sorone asked turned to the senders, if they are ROLL CALL MEMBERS Because the world loves magic who I" now operating a store 10

lia, Argentina. making the week' trip are B. Jacobs Bing Crosby to explain and demonstrate known, 01' to the dead letter office The following members were and mystery, Mel-Roy is transport your licensee county in violation without of occupational the law

The Rev Fowler was born at H. C. Wall, W. E. Torode, J. the subtle dllferences. If the sender's name and address is added to the Red Cross Roll Call Ing this JD4mmouth production "Lega.l notice the ,
was given
lfelrOIl8. Surviving him are his M. Alvarez, Carl Johns, W. J. Ep- The benefit of the instruction not on the letter. this week: J. M. Alvarez, J. B. over the country so that you will above named person 01' firm on Nol

widow and the following chUdren: person and othera. was immediately appareaL After "To use the Christmas seal on CarUllle, R: J. Davis, Mrs. E. E have a chance to see the many un- vember I, by registered mall, and I iy
lftas Margaret Fowler add Franklin one-rehearsal, Miss Colbert stepped the address side of an envelope Is Canova, B. Jacobs, Hogan Smith forge table magical effects. bold return receipt the'refor {}

Fowler, both of Mendosa; CIVIL ENGINEERS WANTED before the microphone and crooned often contusing-to the mail clerks," Miss Pearl Jordan Miss Mary E. -----SMARRIAGE "I ,trust will with
James Fowler' of Harrtm4.n, Tenn. The Florida State Board of the lullaby without difficulty. Her the postmaater said "Uowever, let Keown, Dr. E. 1. Biggs, Dr. G. H. LlCENSE matter you proceed
thlll and advise'
The following brothers and sisters ; Health is sending out a call for un- accompanist was Ralph Rainger me commend to your use the Lowry Mrs. S, F. Hamrick, Mrs. County JUdge E. K. Perryman me of-the result"The promptly, i

alao survives S. T Fowler, Mrs. employed civil engineers to register who composed the musical offer- Christmas seals which will go on E. M. Davill. E. M. Davis, C. H bas issued the following marriage letters carried
W T Roberts for employment. Anyone qualified InX' In "Torcb Singer:' It was sale tn Starke on signature,
Mri. C. A. Williams, Thanksgiving Nasworthy, N. D. Wainwright, Jr., licensee: of
J. 4 4were
Comptroller M. Lee.
i lire S. for this work may apply at Rainger, by the way, who wrote Day. The work that Copies
C; Den and Miss R1l1a Fow- they have W. M. Edwards, Ralph Cottoh. Ed Blunt and Pearl Raulerson t,
sent to Governor Dave Sholtz. !ul
ter. National Re-employment office the first "torch" song, "Moa.nln' done In this and
aU of AJachua; Mrs. J. P. the other communities These ptembers: bring the membership November 19. The
hilles it has been announced by J. Low; used !10 the "First LItUs to Florida lit Comptroller' office said, rimetingof
, of Bradenton and Miss Hattie here Importaat to the of the drive to a total of Roy E. Crippen and' Audrey letters would 1,
start with.
, Fowler of Lake Butler E. Wilson, chairman Show: .. health. of our cltJaMI.B." eighty-one. Burns November 18. .
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Published Weekly on Fridays and Entered as Second Classlatter LfgrnJ/; tells us of a Cliineno ruler who decreed:that at a cheA'I''I'II
I moment each and every one of his subject should yell at hi*
? at the Post Office at Starke Florida
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: no that the man in the mon might bear. b
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'+ J;. L. Matthews ___ .._ .____ _______ Editor and Ownei r II'} Und except the feeble cry of one old deaf, mail. Everyone else kept R rmy, + ++ ,It

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Thus we sro that one more ancient discovery may be credited to the
qi' SUBSCRIPTION RATE resourceful Chinese-that of "letting George do it"the most widely

t Yearly, $1.50; Six Months, 75c-Payable In Advance used of all their'. gifta to civilization.
it i Today too many of us are waiting for Ceorge to spend it.
ly t Advertising Rates on Application I am no prophet. I have no standing as an economist. And I am
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,4 It's not too late J1'o'' join the Red Cross.. taking away a part of it.
.1'" What do 1 mean?
0I I The best way to insure capital Is to apend a port of it when prices ?
Taxes, taxes everywhere I and not a drop in sight. : are low. r JWeGreafiomet8U 4I
I THe man who spends one dollar) out of ten In making business I / was /
I ,,,, ar9eran
o better will find the nine worth than the ten values rise. k
d ; ,l more a. -Fy > SM tofSoutj\+* .
Arthur Brisbane ,says that everything is cheerful i iZ in Mass. achievement is ever a matter of individual and cooperativeaction. err .. pa i iluinha
Napoleon got his army over the Alp.. a man at a time. We must al
r :Miami. ::: rescale the peaks of prosperity the same way. The Now h 1':.. e To

o Buy Trail is. our easiest path. !
'', The Tammany Tiger is out again, but cats have nin
Jives, you know -,", i While we are waiting for the release of frozen funds to start a ( Z 6/aeknec ed Cobras
0 ''I buying wave, nineteen out of every twenty dollars in 16,655 banks are
t. free to spend as we will. 133,695,974,000 ore on deposit.This. is 25 percent x xvo Africa tan b' .
j Some folks are \q, unpopular they can't even make the more money than w 4 t! Book-of-the-Month Club. I the World War to help save those across the sea. f

0 I. Now we refuse to save ourselves. ; ilutsr..l .,,
'.' I Depression will linger if we wait to spend out of income instead
Don't make a mistake and shoot a blue eagle in place of of f out of capital-and our capital may shrink while we wait. v

the Thanksgiving turkey. Industry has signed with N. R. A. Some have signed until it hurts. p. .
; The public should now sign with industry and spend some of its capi .

( o -alY tal. The cow without pasture can give no milk. An industry without 7JAos; > /Ofral-:..:..., .-1
Tarpon Springs :-Leader: wants to know why radio an- sales can pay no wages. Feed industry. Buy something. Build. some :
I thing. Let us not forget this-better an hour of work than a dollar therecent wheat ana /lour0011..
nouncers thank each other. foe dole. made fo China /y Me ;R.7\C "
7'' t i 'n' 0 Capital going to lake care of the unemployed-ehlicr by buying ,
what labor produces or by dole taxation. The choice is obvious. r v v a.
And school here continues in spite of .the secret hopes of And, when we spend, personal selfishness should take a holiday. r_ .

several hundred study-weary boys. Tie chisel should not replace the golden rule as a business tool. Those
o who use it will help prolong depression and in the end murder quality. .
Let's. take a look at the Blue Eapli
B. II. S. alumni should feel important with all the plans ,We see in its grasp the symbols of in'lim'ry' and action. The chisel
that are being made for their homecoming. h conspicuous by its. absence. Let's remember this whenever we dobusiness
)- with our fellow men.
pii And further, neither capital nor Isbn: should attempt in times like 21 ;;: ?//ed
Our hat is off to the ten cent who had courage these to intrench itself at the expense of the common good. And no I 1tear
1 ;' Vancouver,8C. in8
I chisel should lurk in any political coat-tail. Let us have public, as well .
b enough to vote "no" against Hitler. a. private, unselfishness./ } measured47ftoheiQhF

o Ours is the richest country la all the world.It !la,rich In money. It Soo fE to limb anQ
is rich in market. It is rich in a necessity of replacement and repair 7"teowest
9 Hunting season w}ll soon be here, but be careful that the I wa:2s'l
built up by the highest standards of living the world has ever known. ,'
thing you shoot is what you're hunting. Let's inflate our confidence before we inflate our currency Let's aeeat' trt at the base.

J' o I remember that God helps those who help themselves and that Mr. Can you "Dig 'Em Up"? If so send them to us,

One exchange says the trouble with the weather is that Roosevelt is not likely to do more. He can't throw the forward( passes and if acceptable, we will publish with your name.
I and catch them too. He expects each and every one of us to play' ball
there is always too rn uch. of ,the kind we're having. with him. ---- -

Y, n _' o Let's stop nursing depression. Let's begin to count our blessings. guest determines how soon he will MISUNDERSTANDINGS
Business is better. It is like a man with a trunk half way up stairs. It is come back and how many he will Bill, who lisped very badly, wa
! Because of emergency relief work lots of poor families but taking a rest before starting for the top. Let's give it a boost. Late bring back with him. explaining to the-crowd of loaferin
will have to be thankful for this than usual. I I Buy Something t I II
more year Si: while we consider plans to at- the country grocery just how b
,c o Build Something! j 1$00 elassif tract more tourists, lets not neglect managed to marry such a deairabi
II I This message Is..not addressed to those who cannot spend or to ) matrimonial
I the matter of how we shall receive partner as Mrs. Bil
Leslie editor of the I
George Taylor
Congratulations to those who now spending. It is addressed to the man who is jingling was reputed to be.
and treat them after
for II the slacker dollar in his pocket, little aware that it is glowing less in RUSSELL KAY \ they
County News, on his appointment as postmaster Perry. arrive. Any attempt to establish "Well, fellerth, it wath this
: purchasing power as prices rise. Secretary, Florida Press AssovariorAnd ,
o J -.. excessive rents, high hotel rates, way. I had been going to thee k
I and increased costs shouldbe for thum time and didn't tbeem t<
Huey Long says jn his autobiography: that he is a self- -- -- Just about the_ time It beganto discouraged.living Such action will I be making very much thpeed and
made man. Maybe he couldn't find else to take the! ---- look like the "whIte-ribbon" industry made
anyone; only serve to drive away those who up my mind to say thin
& blame. harshly to them. Simply reach under was doomed, along came come and cause others to stay thing or buth my thuthpendertb,,
the pillow) pull out the family North and South Carolina to save away. tryin'. Then one night I went,
a Maybe You've forty-two and '-let them have It the day.I to her houth and thet down byre)
O. O. McIntyre says to count on about one friend out of where they deserve it. Then turn don't know who owns the copy- and she began to tell mo how as:

i ,' every 500 when you lose all your money. But who has 500 Heard It ButCAME over on your other side, go to right on "Carolina Moon" but anyhow I property her father had, how mi:
friends? sleep, and! let the other scavengers he ought to be happy, for 'I From Other Pens sheep and cowth and hogth and tl
'. come and drag home their little Carolina "moon" Is now insured I thuch, and I jith thet thus an
1 v a playmates.GO continued popularity.And lithened. Finally I thaid ':d1U

A writer says that t every man makes a fool of himselfat HOME: TOO SOON AHEAD it looks like there was mare: Lizzie, I ain't ath rich ath you
Too bad that all the Tallahassee AND WEAR IT than poetry in that old about but I have got thlx thowth an
gag "CIIAWIN': CANE"Another pap
least in his life. Some of them abuse the "
once privilege A of the
,, girls came home last week-end. copy "Esquire, new what the Governor of North Carolina plgth over home Then she fell
however They would have been such an ad- quarterly magazine for men, has she vaU
., said to the Governor of South momentous of my chetht and I k owed
dition to the Homecoming festivi- fallen Into our hands (in exchangefor question thed till
0 Carolina. mine. You see, she thot I
etiquette, one that
ties here half a buckwe might add) and willprobablyrival
Friday. Maybe they
thouthand but I the)
Why do poets waste their time doing odes to spring when could change the date of Armisticeor we've been spending the past week But you do have to admire the the famous dunking or crum- thin thqwth plgth and\ ,plgth.Ex.only.

they could write about winter's hog killings and cane we could change the date of getting a line on the latest satorial way those Carolinans stand to- bling argument of a couple of .- -
gether to protect local Industry.And years has arisen to give us
Homecoming so they would arriveon trend of the times. The trend, we : ago "he blood pressure of a human\ to-
grinding3? ',. the same day.SCA'ENGEU. don't mind telling you, gratis now if Mrs. Peabody really Dixie devotees of succulent sugar Ing la twenty points higher when
o seems to be wear what you wantto meant what she said, Orlando will cane something to argue over. awake than when asleep

Thanksgiving and Christmas come so close together this HUNTING wear.when you want to wear it. probably> lose another citizen when guar Georgia, in the heart of -....
that ? Lost year it was jig-saw puzzles Black and white checked suits, she takes up her residence in one the cane section, comes word ':' .: ,ItI.it. :
we'll hash from
likely have for
year Thanksgiving turkey and this year it's going to be scav- heretofore reserved for the race of the Carolinas. For a while it that the "chunkers" and "slicers"are

,,6 Christmas dinner enger hunts, and there doesn't track or for end men in minstrels, I looked like she was gonna' be a in a row over the proper way
4 0 seem to be a thing we can do about are fIDe'I I for >th. business office, I woman without a country. of consuming sugar cane. Geo-
j Relief workers i It. Somebody in New York started they tell you, and green shirts may I metrically speaking, the questionhas SILKDRESSESI
busily engaged in smoothing out the
aije it and the dally papers have been now be worn with blue suits. In I Next week a group of important narrowed to a problem of lon-
bumps in our city streets-making it easier for prosperity to full of this latest plaything of high short, after reading the magazine I Floridians will gather at the Miami gitude or latitude.

ride into town, perhaps. .society. : from cover to cover, we figure I Siltmore, guests of Col. Henry I.. "Chunkers" contend that the
: o It seems that it evolved out of I that about the only thing you can't Doherty, to discuss ways and cane should be cut crosswise at the
/. the old-fashioned treasure hunt. wear and feel right about is that means of advertising the state jolpts, then pared and chopped into
An exchange says that no newspaper is worth a hoot that But. the treasure hunt wan inade- pink shirt someone persuaded you Never in the history of FlortcH pieces to fit the mouth of the Indi- 1

? ; ,never steps any -anyone's. toes. Most of us try to step as quate, advocates of the scavenger to buy in a moment of weakness. was there a more opportune time vidual.

lightly! as possible, however. hunt say, It lacked the raw stuff Even those crocheted ties Aunt for an intelligent, well planned advertising On the other hand the "slicers" NEW STYLES
Lizzie last Christmas
of which drama Is made. It madeno gave you are campaign. Interest created claim the cane should be cut into
o good now--so to It, pal. the Florida
demand go by exhibits at the SHADES
on fundamental emo- pieces like stovewood and eaten NEW
I Scientists say human beings lived in Virginia 2,000 years tions and primal Instincts. Scav- NOT ME! Century of) Progress can be crys- like stick candy."Chunkers" .

ago. In that case the'first families will have to go a lot fur- enger hunting does. When things go wrong I plug along will talized forget if all petty agencies Jealousies in the state and:. claim their method NEW PRICES

ther back than the Mayflower. For example, the hunters may be With all my strength and pluck.I'll selfish Interests long enough to- enables one to get all the juice and

I -1'' o celled upon by a well-meaning keep my nerve. but I reserve join in a united effort to sell, not keeps the strings out of the teeth.
hostess to argue with policemen, The right to curse my luck. this "Slicers" admit the periodic in-
'' locality, or that locality, but I I
Within a few minutes hysterical souvenir hunters had to route strange persons out of bed, I'll stand up straight to battle fate the state as a whole. take of breath is necessary to keep $2.95
to pluck hairs from notables' mus- In brave poetic style. the juice from down
stripped Texas Guinan's' coffin of its flowers-yet they tell The charm and allure of Floridais running your
taches, to collect, in the email I'll bear the knocks and take the not I chin, but they 'still claim their
you that the human race is progressing. confined to any one section.
hours of the morning, such thingsas shocks-- We should encourage the tourist to method is far superior.
o goats, parrots, monkeys and But damned If I will smile! tour the state rather than attemptto I And so the battle wages. Neither These are regular $4.00
t A psychologist tells that Shakespeare would have turtles side will admit the other
h us I' rll do the way the poets say, hold him in one community. anything and $5.00 values. Sizes
made a good football coach' and there is no doubt that any Scavenger hunting, according to No struggle will I shirk Nothing will be lost by such a claims, and folks are lining up
Its advocates, brings polite people practice On the right and left for their favorite 14 to 20 only.
other hand It
I will
I won't about
number of high school youngsters wish he had have been. wrap my map
face to face with life. Here's howIt
.4 : I An optimistic smirk.I stimulate business In all sections side.Time
0 operates: hold that stuff is sham and bluff, Insure the utmost enjoyment to the out, while we settle this -
& Some hitch hikers"explode and turn the air around them The entrants are given lists of Misfortune stirs my bile. visitor and serve to sell the glories momentous question. Wauchula
things to get. They are sent on I and advantages of Florida to all Advocate.
I'll Battle It with all
when a motorist with a vacant seat them my
passes up, says missions which demand daring, ingenuity who come here.Miamlans .
But damned if I will smile! --o--
the Leesburg Commercial, but the car owner would rather be fapt talking and faster should urge the touristto "TAPS" FOR PROHIBITION LADIESFELT

} a healthy so-and-so than a robbed, sick sucker thinking. To smile, not frown, when you are I visit the famed Singing Tower,
Items on the list of a recent New down beautiful Silver Springs, the Ring-
"Taps" for National Prohibitionwas
a York hunt included a hair plucked May be the proper stunt, ling Art Museum and circus winter
r ? Secretary Wallace says that the United States must cut from the mustache of Kermit But when I'm flat upon the matI quarters. In turn, citizens of the joined sounded the Wet when Parade.four more states-

t its tariffs or curb production. In other words, foreign na- Roosevelt, a live goat, the auto- scowl and growl and grunt West Coast should encourage the
graphed "step-ins" of Marilyn Mil- I visitor to The big surprise", In the election
to feet the
y struggle my anew, see marvelous East
d dl tions aren't going on buying from us just for accommodation. ler and a red lantern. Undaunted all the while, Coast Daytona with its world was provided by the Drys who HATS;

l o The scavengers are required to But, till I'm in the mood to grin, famous beach, the charming Indian mustered sufficient strength In the

Inland Empire News says that one lie every wife is will- return their loot at a certain time. I'm damned if. I will smile! River country, Palm Beach, Miami in two favor Carolinas t>> record a majority 72 new felts just arrived'
of tie "noble
The judges look over the hodge- O and the Royal Palm Park. Nor experiment.1The
ing to forgive her husband for telling her is that they can podge of things and to the person, Here' a little poem that we've should we forget West Florida, states which decided the Issue We priced these so yOU

afford the new coat she wants when they both know they or couple, having the best collec- ; been wanting to write for a longtime ; with Its historic interest, its red in favor of Repeal were Pennsylvania can buy a couple at a

can't. tion goes the prize.A I but it seems that Mr. Berton i clay hills and Interesting cities. Ohio Utah and Ken timeTheJ&RSfore
, i handicapping system is used Braley got around to it before we We should remember that prin- tucky. Thirty-three States previously -
a In picking the winners. For example did. It Is an answer to those poetical ters ink i is not the only form of ad- had voted for the Twenty-
Gainesville is full of professors, but thus far we haven't getting the greatest num- Pollyannaa who tell you to vertising that pays. Courtesy, con- First Amendment to the Federal

p' noticed any of them being so absent-minded as the jokesters ber of things on the lint may not smile, smile, smile. Smash your sideration and service shown the I Constitution, repealing the Eight $1 .00
necessarily be an achievement. But thumb and smile lose visitor eenth. Affirmative
your money after arrival Is equally as ; votes by only
would have believe
us they are.-Gainesville Evening News. the harder the object I Is to obtain, each
and smile, eat Rover's bone and Important as attracting. them and thirty-six states were necessary to
''y Haven't any of them ,forgotten to pay their subscriptions? the more U counts on the final smile smile, smile. Smile, boys, bringing them here. I' ratify.

o score. that's the style: Nuts, say we, Remember every, winter visitor As has been previously -
So folks, if, within the next weekor we'll smile when explained .
we get good and has his own circle of friends and
Bradford cannot become
County should be congrtulated for a fact
; growers so, you are awakened from a ready and not before, and that's acquaintances. He writes the until I
forming a productive' credit association to operate in this deep sleep and find your room what :Mr. Braley says, though folks back home pf his experiencesand the state December conventions B, when the last of
formally l
k area. At this time when loans are hard to get at any price filled with youngsters gleefully somewhat more gracefully in the never tires of telling them the voice of the records -
people as expressed -
yanking handfuls of hair. from following little poem appearing in about his when he
this trip returns.
organization will likely mean salvation for farmers. : In referendum.-Tampa I
our what is left of yours, don't speak the New York Sun: The impressions he gains while our Times Ned Door to Post OJfWPAGE

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Established 1877 Subscription-For Year, $1.50; Six Months, 75c-Payable in Advance : E. L. Matthews Editor and Own

NCl\l"': It THREPIIReemployment

Program Is Now- Under- Way4J$ !

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IsTAWBiERRY RATES Canning Plant Negro Under Driver,$250 Out Bond Good Rain Falls JOBS TO BE GIVEN i

For TomatoesI After-Car Smashup On Crops Here; '; :

FURTHER Mr and Mrs. W. R. Jackson of 'i

Hampton were slightly Injured and \ .
I PossibilityCompany their automobile wrecked when Growers Busv '

s \ they were struck by a trailer of a \;

RAIL CARRIERS turpentine truck as they were returning MONDAY MORNING "I :j

Will Come Here In home.from Starke Satur- Strawberries Show Improvement t J IlL

Spring If Acreage Can Be day night. November Generally -- -.... -

SecuredA According t6 reports received UnfavorableA
BOON TO INDUSTRY New Rate Means here the truck attempted to pass Passenger, Rates 10 CENTS PER HOUR 1

$200,000 In Savings tomato canning plant for another car and, although its main' good rain Wednesday night,, Are Heavily Cut
Starke this spring seems assuredif boy missed Mr. Jackson's car, the while not all that was needed, hit '
Expriww Charges Cut Approxl farmers In this county can be trailer struck Causing; it to turn the right spot with Bradford Coun- Part Of $15,000,000 Reemployment i
E. S. Matthews, chairman of the ty farmers and many of them were Effective December 1 until May Campaign For s
mutely 15\ Per Cent-Freight signed up to plant at least 300 over twice. -
: Florida Railroad Commission, has busy Thursday setting and reset- 31, one way coach fares on Sea- Florida ),
it announced this week
acres, was
Louis driverof
Charges Also estimated close to negro board Air Line trains will be
savings running
ting plants in an effort to increase ap-
by A. J. Griffis, secretary of the
the truck was arrested but released Illh-tin J. E. Wilson at
cents :
$200,000 would result to growersIn Bradford County Growers Associa acreage that has been reported proximately two per mile
Substantial reductions in freightand this state from reductions In a few hours later under $250 light. round trip double the one way fare, noon Thursday received a telegram k
and tion.This bond.C. T. J. Griffin, Bald this week: from Tnlluhunne* authorizing ,
shipment agent
rates on strawberriesfrom freight express
express deal, which is being promoted According to reports of the Federal -
strawberries.The R. Manlre of Hampton, another him to place eighty ,
Florida to all sections of the charges on by Apte Brothers Canning Crop Reporting Bureau, the Tickets In parlor and Bleeping S 4
occupant. of the Jackson car, rent of the relief client t 4
reductions ordered the will be three cents mile per 1 $
I ordered last Satur- by Company of Miami, offers growers first two weeks In November show cars per
country were also received minor injuries. In Bradford County on the
Interstate' Commerce round and two cents mile
Commission, here an opportunity for disposingof ed an Improvement In strawberries trip, per '
day by the Interstate Commerce cover carload shipments by freightand their crop at about flve-sltth ofa on well as in cabbage, celery, peas, in each direction with ten day limit payroll Monday morning. It 1'i
I Commission, according to press fro mPlant Law- and 2 cents mile in each direction In ratlnuitod. that more than
; express City, cent per pound.It peppers, and lettuce. % per
I dispatches from Washington, :D. C. tey and other points to New York, is stated that if located here Union Services Generally, however, conditions with a thirty day limit 000 At'an men will go to work here.

J Information received here stated Boston, Chicago and other. big the plant will offer employment to have been unfavorable for growthof There will be no surcharge In average wage of $It

I that the reduction amounts to from markets. 150 women and Mr. Griffis is urg- vegetable crops. "Torrential sleeper or parlor cars. These rates this will mean a weekly pay- 6 I

J twelve to fifteen per cent on express ing farmers to come in and sign up Will\ i BeHeld rains practically destroyed the are only good In Florida now. roll of 10800.

for I brder that this in limited the East "
I cars with the minimum load acreage in. crops a area on
The Civil Works'Administrationhas
I the same. Tag Agency Goes source of revenue may be. devel- Coast of Florida from Fort Lau- al 'd
ordered 85,600 to workat
oped., derdale to Melbourne," said the report 37 Credit Units persons
Freight reduction Is sixtyfiveper The city,council of Starke has j All Church Denominations To "While this was going on regular wages in Florida next

cent of the first class rate witha announced itself .wllling to make Unite In Observing Thanksgiving the rest of the country, for the Monday and Bradford County can
To Court HouseCollector's
minimum of 17,000 pounds. While concessions the Day I furnish 1,500 of the laborers if thts'
in way of lights most part,,was suffering from dry Form In South
this minimum is considered high and water if Apte Brothers can be i weather" number is allowed us, Joseph E. I F

for a freight car, the load can be persuaded to locate here. All Starke churches will observe I "Temperatures fell the second Wilson chairman of the relief
less than the minimum and still Office Made Ready' Thanksgiving Day with a union council here, said Thursday. This w r ris
week of the month In
result in a substantial reduction To Take Over New service to be held at the Presbyterian resulting K. II. IT, Association I", Now part [of a $l ,OOOOOO campaignto
frosts in the central and northern
below the former rate. Job Shows Must Pay Church at 10:30: a.m. listed Among l.ottnOrKsnlzRUon. wipe['out unemployment In Flor-
,parts of Florida, damaging fall Ida. ; In f
Even If Sponsored The speaker for the service will .* u
reduction in ex- of beans and i
crops eggplant
The approximate pep-
Tax Collector C. A Knight's office Mr. Wilson this week received a
be the Rev. Dr. D.
H. Hunter of
cent a pint box, but this cooler weather has
press rates is one : has been undergoing changes, pers The B. B. U: Credit Production telegram from the administrationIn
Penney and fine address
while on the freight rate it TALLAHASSEE FNS) J. M.L.ee a proven beneficial to leafy crops of
this week, making room for auto Association Tallahassee asking what size
Is waR listed this week
assured .
those who
have heard
The lower rates by cabbage lettuce escarole romaine
State has stated ,
amounts to more. Comptroller, ,
mobile tags which will go on sale Dr. Hunter before. In Associated Press dispatches' payroll 'could be used here to pay
will be In effect at ,,the beginningof I that all Itinerant shows'and expo- etc," s ''l..
there December 1. The local tag among the thirty-seven such or- employees of work projects. The ,
and should sitions other states that A special'program of music is
this shipping season account haa been checked out in from appear Especially as to the condition of ganizations that have been formedIn chairman replied that $20,000

prove beneficial to the berry in- favor of Mr Knlarht, who in com- in Florida during the winter being arranged under the directionof the Florida truck crops, the report the South during the past few weekly' would' take care of the un-.. 4 ,
Idustry believed.It months must their state and Mrs. E. M. Davis, organist of
it is mon with other tax collectors pay said that while the leaby and hardy weeks. employed in this county.It .
has been figured by LawteyMilppers throughout the state finds the tag county licenses, even when their the Presbyterian Church, and the truck crops showed some improve- way announced that the men ''I
Ernest Graham of the
choirs of ,
the various churches president
under the
performances are given are
ment from the' first of November a
that"the-new rate to NewHorK agency business in his hands for will automatically transferred
auspices of some local civic or fra- asked to assist In the singing. I 'Production Credit Corporation of
delivered in condition, the condition of most
via Jersey City, the forthcoming year. Monday! morning from Federal 4'
announced that
commission houses,'will be $1.20 Under provisions of the law ternal organization.The Everyone, irrespective"; of ,creed, I fall truck was lower as these crops I: at as.aoclatlons Emergency Relief projects to Civil lf
I are capitalized 1,170-
said that he had Is
per 38-pint crates and $2.05 per 'passed at the last session of the Comptroller invited to attend this annual passed the peak of. their fall move 000, thus "making their farmer Works Jobs, and they will work a
sent letters to all county tax collectors union service.
32-quart crates when shipped by Legislature all tag agencies go to ment. members able to discount five maximum of thirty hours a week ,
them to collect over
'refrigerated advising An offering will be taken for "In general," said the report,
express county tax collector offices and the million dollars worth of notes at a graduated scale of pay rangIng -
state and 'county taxes on all with
I Freight rates from Lawtey are sale of 1934 tags begins on the first, amusements. charitable: purposes. "crops'are In better condition at the Intermediate Credit Bank of from forty cents to $1 an hour.
36-plnt of next month. the present time than at the same For the present time all work
computed at $1.10 per Columbia."
Many requests have been received "
(crates and $1.65 per 32-quart The 1934 tags black with white by the Comptroller from American Florida's ExhibitTo period In 1932. Production credit associationsare here will continue on road and ditch l
[crates. lettering and numerals. At the projects, Mr. Wilson said. These v'
Legion posts organizations locafc units of the Production
Stay At Fair '
Lawtey growers have asked car- top there are "windows" and a slot and other local groups askIng A. A. Johns Dies Credit Corporation of Columbiaand will automatically become Civil ;

riers to allow a 12,000 pound mini at the back into which a narrow for waiver of license for shows In Frostproof Home are the connecting links be- Works projects. WtftJt

mum on freight carloads. If this strip is shoved. The strip bears which are attempting to appear TALLAHASSEE (FNS) It tween the farmer and the Intermediate Figuring a minimum pay scaleof

should be granted, delivery to New the serial, designating what typeof under the auspices of the various was announced by Commissioner credit bank, the $12.a week, employment of 85:,-
York would be about $1.60 per vehicle is licensed, and the fig- organizations. Nathan Mayo, on his return from A. A. Johns, 06-year-old nativeof ment said. announce- 000 persons next week will release I t ta

32-quart crates and about 90c per ures-1934. These appear in the This practice has become a Chicago last week, that plans for Starke, died last week at his payroll totaling '$1,026,000 In ]
the dismantling and removal of the home in Frostproof where he had They will supply short term Florida each week the adminIstration
36-plnt crates, or five cents per "window" when the strip is In- racket and I don't propose for ito -
quart and two and one-half cents serted. continue," Comptroller Lee Florida Exhibit from the Hall of spent the past twenty-two years credit to. farmers for the produc- said. t

per pint. Once in place, it Is claimed the stated. "I am not going to waive States at the Century of Progresswill Funeral services were held there tion of general agricultural crops, A higher scale for skilled crafts

Leaders in the move which has tag will. be extremely difficult to the license for any itinerant showor be given no further consideration Tuesday afternoon of last week fattening and breeding livestockor men and administrative expense
at this time. from the Baptist Church. the production of poultry or will Increase the total to about
resulted in the reduction of rates remove from the car, thus makingIts exposition. As much as I thinkof
have been R. W. Burch, Inc., of theft or accidental loss very un the American Legion and other Since It. has been definitely decided -I Mr. Johns was born In Starke dairy products. 1,250,000 i It was estimated. The ;

Plant City, Joined by eightyfiveper likely. organizations, I cannot permit my to carry'al' :the Century of ''I and spent his boyhood here. In The local production credit associations Civil Works program is to continue >?< :gyp

cent of the leading shippers of This patented theft-proof device, sense of duty to' let me discrimi- Progress through the summer of 1899 he was married to Emma Get- set up to date, their ad- at least until February 11:1:, r rand

the state. is controlled by Fortenberry Bros.Manufacturing nate against the owners of year- 1934, officials .of the exposition, 'ger, his widow who survives him.Three dress and capital stock, respective the administration estimated

n rights were con- around amusement places. joined by the-Governor of Illinois, children Avis,, Russell and ly, Include): Florida's share of the national
tracted for by the State Motor Ve- "It isn't fair or just to allow mayor of Chicago and other execu- Asa, were born to them while liv- Florida: $400,000,000 fund would be $11:1-:

Town Grid Team hicle Department. Its use has increased these itinerant attractions to come tives have requested that the Flor- ing here. Alachua County, Gainesville, 000000. 1
the manufacturing cost of here during our most prosperousseason Ida exhibit be allowed to remain Mr. Johns had been engaged in $60,000; Clay County, Green Cove All workers will be paid by

the tags approximately $15,000, appear under the auspicesof intact, since It has been an out- several businesses since moving to Spring. $20,000; Dade County, MI- check on the United States Trees1,

though there will be no extra cost some organization and evade licenses standing attraction, creditable to Frostproof but for the past several ami, $60,000; St. Johns, Hastings, ury. >These checks will be' distributed ;; ,

Wins First GameSnows to the purchaser and take 'away a lot of both the exposition and the state, yearshad been farming. 'He was ITO.OOOr Manatee County, Braden- each Saturday. *I ,

money, while our own people are bringing the story of Florida's recently placed in charge of a re- ton, $45,000; Lee- County, Fort Directing the work will be C. B.

-- Hunting SeasonOpened operating places of amusement charms, resources and opportunities lief far mtract in that section. He Myers, $25,000; B. B. U., Starke, Treadway, chairman of the State

Palntka Under On Municipal during the year and suffering losses to the attention of millions of was instrumental.In having erectedthe $20,000; Seminole, Sanford, $80,- Road Department, who was appointed -
Field Here Last Monday In the summer." people. first Baptist tabernacle In 000. Total, $370,000. chairman of the Florida ,
Frostproof and was clerk and Civil Works Administration succeeding -
Week Commissioner Mayo stated that ,
Empty: shotgun shells were scat- "Torch Singer" Now I in all probability the exhibit wouldbe I treasurer of the church for many Mel-Roy The Magician Lorenzo Wilson of Jack
He member of the
The Starke All Stars, local town tered in all parts of the county allowed to remain and that no years. was a sonvllle, who resigned because oj ;
Monday morning as the hunting At The Ritz Theatre move would be made to bring it to city council for several years and At B. H. S. Monday Pressure of private! bus,ess.
team downed the Palatka Independents was chairman of the street com- .
season for 1933-34 officially open- Florida or dismantle it until Man
here last Friday, 13-0, on ed. Sportsmen, who had eagerly Claudette Colbert will be the ager Earl Brown wait given an op- mittee having charge of building
Those who like stage attractionswill rk
most of Warrk
the Municipal Field in their first awaited the day, took to the woods, i"wickedest woman in town" as the portunity to confer with -officials Besides Frostproof's his widow paved and streets.three be glad to know that Mel-Roy, State Plans
favorite ; of Paramount's "Torch in Florida on..the matter.It .
each to his hunting star "
game of
the present season. "Master Mind
children, Mr. Johns is survived of Mystery, Is
The local boys were headed fora ground, and most of them returned I Singer" which is playing tonight at was the hope of South Florida his mother, Mrs. Elizabeth by F. scheduled to present Ma wealth of On License-less
with well-filled the Ritz Theatre. The cast fea-
bags. Fair officiate,* that+way'would be ;
touchdown In the second quarter, Johns of Starke; a brother, H. E magical sensations on the stageof
County Judge E. K. Perryman tures Ricardo Cortez, David Manners found to bring,the exhibit to Tam- i+
but Manassa fumbled over the Pa- Johns, and a sister, Mrs. L. A. the high school auditorium Mon- a
latka goal line and the'Independents reports that up until Monday Lyda Roberti! and Baby Le- pa for the 1934 South Florida Fair Reynolds, also of Starke. day, November( 27, at 7:30: p.m. Letter Are> Sent To Officials P
morning forty-five county licenses Roy. Them To
Asking Enforce
recovered. Strickland Wall,
and twenty-four state licenses had "Torch Singer," adapted from Magical effects and illusions t ,
Law tii
Carter, and the B. H. S. coach, Christmas Seal Rules Matthews which the audience will see were .
office. the story,
been sold from his Liberty Magazine Appointed
Larson, went in at the half,, trick- -.
Game is said to be fairly plentiful "Mike," by Grace Perkins Is Paramount' Given By Postmaster gathered from all parts of the '
for of
land Preparations prosecution
scored a' touchdown in the final On Federal Board world, some of them have been
in all parts of the state this answer to the popular demand ''
who fall to state '
and the was persons pay occupational
quarter, specially built for Mel-Roy and
year, but George W. Davis, state that MIllS Colbert be given"badgirl" -
KOCKI. Manners added another "Christmas seals the have licenses were completed
belong on never been presented to the it
conservation commissioner, Is roles. E. S. Matthews, chairman of the
marker, but the point failed, making quoted as saying that a large num- Directors Alexander Hall and back, not on the front of packagesand Florida Railroad Commission, has public audience in this community.Now Ire Tallahassee this week, as the 1 rComptroller's
the of thekcal letters Mra. H. H. office obtained a E
130In Young,
ber of extra game officers have George Somnes Inject realism and been appointed a member of the Is your chance to see Mel- of letters "
supply directing county
said this week.
team. been sworn In to enforce the laws romance into her return to happi- postmaster, special committee on motor vehicle Roy in person. You have heard officer to take '

Starke scoring: Touchdowns, regarding bag limits. ness and provide "Torch Singer" "In affixing Christmas seals toth'e legislation of the National Association him, as a materialist, over all the proprlate prosecuting action" against violators."ap

Strickland (1), Manaasa (1), Hunters here not only busied with a plot of surprises and sus front of an envelope, users are of Railroad Utilities Commissions principal radle stations of the The letters, addressed in blank

themselves with quail. A party: left pense. violating postal regulations' she It was announced In Tallahassee United States and Mexico--now he to prosecuting officers, said: s' ,

I REV. FRANK FOWLERThe I during the week-end for Dixie In the radio sequences of the continued. "Unless these conditions last week. brings you this tremendous wonder HAs provided In Section 10. ''

death of Rev. Frank Fowler County where they have since been picture Miss Colbert is called uponto are complied with articles for for- The appointment was made by show. The staging I* second to Chapter 16071, Acts of 1933, I wishto

63, for nearly thirty years, engaged in tracking the elusive croon a lullaby. It was in eign countries bearing non-postage Robert T. Higgins of Connecticut, none; the costumes are beautiful; to for

Missionary of the Southern Baptist' deer. No report has been received marked contrast to the other songs stamps, will not. be dispatchedfrom who Is president of the association. the lighting effects are unequaled action certify the name you of____appropriate___._._ ;} '
Convention,' was announced this here yet as to the success or other- she had sung In the picture, and this country but will be returned -w anywhere. who ia store
now operating a In ,
creek In a cablegram from Mendo- wise of this party. Among those Directors HaU and Somnes asked to the senders If they are I ROLL CALL MEMBERSThe Because the world loves magic 1 without i

sa, Argentina. making the week's trip are B. Jacobs Bing Crosby to explain and demon- known or to the dead letter office following members were and mystery, Mel-Roy Ia transportIng your licensee county, in violation of occupational the law. .t

The Rev. Fowler was born. at H. C. Wall, W. E. Torode, J. strate the subtle differences.The If the sender's name and address Is added to the Red Cross Roll Call this mammouth productionover "Legal notice was given the

Melrose. Surviving him are his M. Alvarez, Carl Johns, W. J. Ep benefit of the Instructionwas not on the letter. this week: J. M. Alvarez, J. B. the country so that you will above named person or firm on November <<\>- I \":"\: '

widow and the following children: person and others. immediately apparent. After "To use the Christmas seal on Carlisle, R: J. Davis, Mrs. E E have a chance to see the many un- I, by registered mall, and I li. .rr;]' J.
111ss Margaret Fowler add Franklin one-rehearsal. Miss Colbert stepped the address side of an envelope Is Canova, B. Jacobs, Hogan Smith forgetable magical effects. hold return receipt therefor. '"'II 'ts tM

Fowler, both of Mendosa: CIVIL ENGINEERS WANTED before the microphone and croonedthe often confuting the mail clerks," Miss Pearl Jordan. Miss Mary E. "I trust you will proceed with ,1 ad, j !:ul I 1'>

James Fowler of Harrttnan, Tenn. The Florida State Board of lullaby: without difficulty. Her the postmaster said "However, let Keown. Dr. E. L. Biggs, Dr G. H. MARRIAGE LICENSES thl, matter promptly and advise' '4" i! ,
The following brothers and sisters Health Is sending out a call for un- accompanist was Ralph Ralnger me commend to your use the Cowry. Mrs. S. F. Hamrick Mrs.E. County Judge E. K. Perryman me o( the result"" \.' .
alai> survive Mrs. employed civil engineers to register who composed the musical offerings Christmas seals which will ,
: 8. T. Fowler, go on M. Davis E. M. Davis, C H. baa Issued the following marriage The letters carried the '
". T Roberta, Mrs. C. A.Williams, for employment. Anyone qual- In "Torch Singer" It waa sale in Starke on Thanksgiving Naaworthy N. D. Wainwright Jr., licensee: of Comptroller J, M. Lee.signature, l' yt
firs S.a ified for this work may apply at Rainger, by the way, who wrote The work
Dell and Miss Rllla Fow- Day. that they have W M. Edwards Ralph Cottob. Ed Blunt and Pearl Raulerson, were seat to Governor Dave Sholtz.: K
"r- au of Alachua; Mra.. J. P. the National Re-employment office the first "torch" song, "Uoanln' done In this and other communities These members bring the membership November 10. The 'I '

fInes> of Bradenton. and Miss Hattie here it has been announced by J.' Low" used in the "First Little In Florid i- most important to the of the drive to a total of Roy B. Crippen and Audrey mailing Comptroller'letters would office start with said;. v, 1 ''

Fowler of Lake Butler. E. Wilson, chairman. Show. .- -. -- health. of our citizens" --"- eighty-one. Burns, November 18. in the next few day*.


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daughter Geraldine, of the State

RISING DOOTSEY'S BEACH I fIAl11PTON"I' enta Farm Mr.spent and Friday Mrs L.with L. Conner.A her par-. BROOKER T

Him. II. M. IIrlt.... Cor. I.. Ca.k.ln. *. Cr. "im. Ads Nlmmo* Cot. large crowd attended prayer HIM \.... aa'..), Cor. I + LO You Know ? + J J.I'A.A.
i meeting at the home of Mr. and
Mrs Felix Sapp Friday night.
I Mrs. Loll Sheffield! Die' We are to report that
Illrthdity Dinner Mr. and Mrs. Stringer of) High Alias Helen Norman spent Wed- very sorry
Those who attended the birthday I This community was saddenedlast Springs are the guests of relatives nesday night the geust. of Miss Miss Willie Mae Hlnson, a memberof I
,dinner in honor of Mr. John W. Monday when the news of the here this week. Hester Manning. the school faculty here had an
Buddington at the home of Mr. and death of Mrs. Lois Sheffield was Rev. G. E. McGauley will preach operation for appendicitis Monday.We .
:Mrs. H. M, McRae on November 6. received here. Mrs. Sheffield will at the Baptist Church next Sunday, Mlsa Edna Conner was visitingher all wish her a speedy recovery.Mrs. .
it being his seventy-eighth birthday be remembered here as Miss Lois i morning and evening. sister, Mrs Felix Sapp Satur- J. J. Morgan and son Clarence C
anniversary were: Mr. and Rosier, granddaughter of the late Harmon Morgan principal of the day.Mr. spent the week-end In Lake
r Mrs. E. J McRae of Waldo, Mr. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Rosier of Ever i New River school, spent the week and Mrs. Tate Alvarez and Butler with her brother-in..law and
and Mrs. M. J. McRae and daughters green. Mrs. Sheffield was born and end with his mother, Mrs, Jessie children were the guests of her bister, Mr. and Mrs. Steve Bran-
i Lillie and Ann Mr. and Mrs. I I'r' reared here and spent her entire I Wilson. parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Ed-
Alfred Brown Miss Mildred Wa.r-j life here until about six years ago i Riley Wasden of Graham was a wards, Sunday. nen.Mrs.. L. A. flints and little
r ren all of Starke; Eld. and Mrs. W. 'I' when she was married to the late buttress visitor here last Monday Mr. and :Mrs Ray Newsom of daughter of Jacksonville are spend
t E. Hall of Green Cove Springs; L. Sheffield of Monticello who died I I Mrs. J. W. Home and Mrs. Mary Starke were visiting Mr. and Mrs. ing a few days here with her par-
k Mr. and :Mrs T. N. Norman and several months ago. Watterson were shopping in Jack Perry Newsom Sunday afternoon. ents, Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Gainey.Mrs. .

daughters, Helen and Dorothy Mr. Since her marriage Mrs: Sheffield sonville this week. Miss Klnie Edwards was visitingher Eunice Sanderson and small
Lester Crosby and little I Rev. N. T King returned to hIs slater Mrs.
11 and Mrs. bad made her home at Montl- Tate Alvarez, Mont son of Tampa are spending a few
J' son, Jimmie, :Mr. and Mrs. B. M. ello where she died Sunday night, home here after a business trip to t day morning. days here with her mother Mrs.
{ and little daughter, Gwen- Tampa. .
McRae Han Hazen.
November 12, about 10:00 o'clock.
dolyn, and Misses Gwendolyn and The body was! brought here by rel- I' Mrs. P. B. Hunt la In Tampa thla Mr:and Mrs R W. Brannen and 1a

Ernestine Bud lngton.I itlves and friends and burled In week the guest of her uncle. Philip daughter Pauline, of Lake Butler
I, the family plot at Pine Grove I I Cason. GRAHAM spent Sunday here with her parents j r'd
M Mrs. J. Thomas of
T. Valdosta
Uttlo Eugene/ MiKae Dies Tuesday.The Mr. and Mrs. II. P. Gaihey.
Friends of Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Ga., spent the week-end here with Hmm Kllrm Johnnon. Cor.
ICcRae are sorry to learn of the deceased leaves a host of her parents Mr. and Mra. O. .
'death of their little son Eugene relatives as well Ifriends to Haynes.Mr. .
,I 1 which occured October 27 at Dutton mourn her departure. and Mrs Earl Edwards were Mrs. W. L:: Phillips of Jacksonville ZIFF R
Ala. Mr. and Mrs. McRae left transacting business in Starke last was visiting her sister, Mrs w,4
for visit Saturday; F. :M. Griffin Saturday.Mr. .
six weeks a
( Starke ago 1.04H'a'" 111..1.111. Mae Lwl, Cor.
with Mrs. McRae's parents, Mr. B. L. H in son and family are occupying and Mrs. W. T.Wasdin of -
Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Rosier and
!, and Mrs. V. B. Wheeler In Dutton, apartments in the residence Waldo were visiting the latter'a
,"/ when on Sunday night little Eu- children Jacksonville were called of Mrs J. P. Sullivan. parents Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Dyal, Rev. G. E. McGauley of Brooker
here last week on account of the
gene was taken suddenly ill and Mr. and Mrs. Cleveland Sullivan\ Sunday. filled his regular appointment at a
; death of Mr. Healer's Mrs.
i only lived a few days. Lola Sheffield. niece of Theressa vial led Mrs. J. P. Sul- Mr.and Mrs. C. B. Roberts and Deadon Church Saturday and Sun r
l' livan last Sunday. Mr. pad Mrs. J. P. Roberts were .
6. Local Mr. and Mrs. J. Roy Quinn and visiting! ia:: Luke City Sunday. day.P.. W. Lewis of Jacksonville was

i J. W. Buddlngton and daughters, children of Evergreen have moved Itra. F. W. Reynolds was visitingher visiting here last week.L. e..."'.. 10.. a Rnlwp,
'1.i Gwendolyn and Ernestine, of Brad- into our section. The Quinn family Gum Branch parents, Mr. and Mrs. John R. Lewis spent last week at
ford R. I., are visiting relatives were former residents of Hlgglns- Thomas, in the Ziff section Sunday Brooker with friends and relatives. Madame Albanl one of the great sopranos of the last decide
'1.ere.1 ton, Ga., but moved to the Ever Elizabeth Homage Cor. Mr. and Mrs. I. W. Dyal of Gra- THAT born and reared In Chambly, a. picturesquevlllagt on the banks '
) Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Crosby: mo1 green section a year ago where Rev. F. M. Taylor of Hampton ham were visiting here last Sun- of the River Rlchelleu near Montreal? Albanl Villa lies practically In
,\\1\\1:'tored to Jacksonville Saturday. they farmed this year. filled his regular appointment here the shadow of the ancient Chambly fort which played such an Important

Mr. and Mr*. E. C. Lewis and Charnle Yarbrough and Ran. Mrs. P. D. Reddish and Elizabeth at the Baptist Church. Saturdayand day.Cliff and Layvon Kelly and sisters part Canadian In repelling-Amerlcan the war attack of 1812.on Montreal.The photograph by the American!shows her forces birthplace In the

r t children and H. M. McRae were dolph Chtsrn of Hellbronn tpent the Harnage were visiting Mra. Mary Sunday. Misses Ruby Leotha and as It l Is today./
of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Thomas and Julia Thomas Wednes- Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Johnson of
dinner guests week-end here with Robert Craw- Odessa, and Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd __ __
t Driggers In Pine Level section Sun- day afternoon. Waldo were dinner guests of Mr. 'Dyal were all visiting at Brooker
ford.Mr.. Mrs. Pearl Conner was visiting and Mrs. E. Yarbrough Sunday.Mr. last Sunday. children; Mr. and Mrs. G. W.'Rivera Sunday at Graham with Norman
'$1 and Mrs. R. N. Crawford
i' day.Fred Halslop and J. R. Kelly 'and son, Robert, attended churchat Mrs Felix Sapp SaturdayMrs and Mrs. W. T. McEver were Mrs. G. W. Rivers and daughter, and daughter, Selma, spent Johns and Carlton Davis
rl made a business trip to Tampa Union and din- Jessie Norman and children shopping in Starke Friday.Mr. Selma spent'Monday night with Sunday at Fairbanks, with AIrs, E.
were were guests of Mrs. J. and Howard and Mr. and Mrs. J. G L. L. Prescott and Henry Shaw
Sapp .
and Mrs
one day last week. ner guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. R. I. W. Dyal were I her father Eld. J. H. Kelly were attending to business In
Levy Norman of Vanderbilt was Kersey. family Sunday.J. visiting the latter's parents. Mr. i J. W. Lewis and son, Purvla, and Howard.Mr. Starke .
f' transacting business in this section W. Buddlngton and daughters and Mrs. John Lewis, of the Ziff i daughter Mrs. I., W. Dyal, spent and Mrs. R. B. Thomas and Monday.J.
Mrs. R. S.
Griffla :
/1 Friday. of Lawtey Ernestine and Gwendolyn spent section Sunday. part of last week at Helneaville, daughter, Miss Hazel were attend W. Shaw and B. B Thomas
:Mr.: and Mrs. Herman Thomas spent a few days here last week the week-end with Mr; and Mrs. T. Cane grinding, potato diggingand Ga., with Mr. Lewis' daughter, ing to business in Gainesville Sat attended court at Starke last week.
with her daughter Mrs. M. 1., .
N. Norman.Mr. '
.f and children were visiting relatives hog killing Is the order of the Mrs. W. S. Ray. urday. I G. W. Rivers was attending to
Thompson. '
,i la Hellbronn section Sunday. and Mrs. Frazier Shaw and day throughout this section. Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Howard and L. O. Lewis and Fred Shaw spent business in Starke Saturday
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/, The Turkey' Is Carved Almost -I
Real Foresight
,t Heilbronn Springs I

:, M/.. Tfcelmn Hfcoden, Cor.'t' WCULTOtK! MCRC YC ARE./ icoV.MROUNO >3U "MX" OUOKlWl
"nt' TJSTW BOOoVD. NanwtuL 'ri4PEetlPUL T\o4AT =N"BE YHAPOKwo'i .
THAT WC Hmi IMOUQH T* fAT T' tIIIAM.us \ ( A COT A tmcrr: i inno ?'? t, VMtLL Bt DOUBLY TAPWf')\. ---.
Mrs. W. E. Greene and son, Pur rto.TM3r we WOULD HFWC BCTH stnvi 1N 11. WE GET OUR TURKEY
i vis and Mrs. Ruby Rhoden and MORE THANKFUL IF Me HAOTT y CN HIGH STYLE! I eACKLI \!
'f MIss Bertlce Norman were visitors tit. ET Tl __ .
{, to Starke Monday.
,. Mrs. May Kite and son, Malvin ,\
J : Kite, of New York were visiting ,
her son and daughter-in-law, Mr. l
'.{,; and Mrs. D. I... Kite last week. -
t +Nr
f Miss Ethel Davis spent Friday 4 h.

; night in Starke wit hrelatlven J
,;: Mr. and Mrs. Roy Edwards and

'. daughter Miss Lucile, of Starke ) Ii
were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. 1 /fr
C. Jones Sunday.
t. Miss Anita Wainwright was a --
't visitor to Gainesville Monday.
:h Buck Parrlsh! of Lake Butler was e -. If,

,f visiting his couslnn George Foray 0
''J. th, Saturday. In
t The many friends of Corneliius
: Moore, are proud to see him up -_
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j | v (t.plJ.os time, digging potatoes and .

: grinding cane.Breckenrtdge. "THE MAIN THING ON STREET" -I
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'., population of only 800, has eight -- -

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pr\ottxl= to the Best Interest of FRIDAY'S SHOW .1 aam Rate No Sct-l'p-"Strickland, '
BKADFOKD HIGH SCHOOL : -- [[GRIDIRON GOSSIP]] \\'1"1nd' Carter StandOut
Students, Patrons and Alumnae. Outstanding Form Pro
gram, Under Direction Of

EDITORIAL, STAFF Mrs. Hoffman .. Couch Larson l S! laytll l The Red and Black: once again
... Although my boys should havereally waved high in triumph as the
An assortment of special numbers beaten Newberry a couple Bradford High Tornadoes made a n

fifty HOIfS.dEdltor.tnChlerDorothY Sopp-.Asst. EdItor-tn-Chlef from assembly programs In more touchdowns they played a great comeback in the last half to

8, n, Johns_______Managing Editor the past were combined last Fri. good game. They outplayed their sweep over the highly touted New- ,
Harley_ \sst. Man air. EditorL day under the able direction of 4 L VfHRTS opponents in all the game excepttho berry eleven 18-0, in the annual
Sumter -
,iLonff..__, ____Exchange Editor Mrs. Hoffman and presented to the r\ \\ TNATI lAY D c ,--- "' first quarter. Newberry played Homecoming game. Emergingfrom

T< thy Marwlck___Asst. Ex. Editor high school audience. A few new guT .r good ball then but after that they a hazy performance in the

L. Hue Jackson______Literary Editor ones were Introduced and others were played out, and my boys first half in which they were aided ,
Lou i Be Snyder Asst. Literary Editor slightly modified. should have taken better advantage by every break and then leading

Lester Schnoll_________Sports Editor First Frances Alderman and little of It. They were up againsta by a scant 6-0 score, the Tornadoes
Leslie Blgtrs_____Asst. Sports Editor came back to put greased skids
Bobby Gray gave an amusing t good team, however and theydeserve
._____,.___ Editor +
If' i Adklns Society under their jacketed rivals ,
number, "Mickey Mouse Song plenty of credit for their orange
lloiry/ Godwin ______.Joke Editor I with Bobby playing "Mickey" witha tjjI, showing. The Newberry outfit possessed tha
Anderson Jr., Asat. Joke EditorL
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Austin _Reporter Mickey Mouse mask and gloves harder driving backfield and also
iter En tertalnmentMartha and Frances singing. r /
Brownlee.- .. _-Reporter Mignon and Charles Bradford's I 1 1 4 x 1 / jI What Is a Homecoming? the Tornadoes In running the ends ,
Primary and Elementary / and taking long them {
Broadway Busters sang two songs e 91Y A. It la a very rare specimen of passes pulled
"Button on Your Overcoat by through The famous Rockne shift
an Egyptian insect that la displayed
Mignon, and "River Stay Away here once each year. Come out used by Newberry had the local

Calendar Of EventsNov. From My Door" by Charles. and see it sometime.P. boys puzzled, at first, and a spinner! .''

Ruth Sternberg gave a popular I buck by Thomaason the 189 pound ,
number of the Post Graduate II II I a. Bring your pocketbook halfback cut right through the line '
: 21-!Senior; Assembly MHM! Revue of a few weeks ago "I Like I II too. It might come In handy. I like Swiss cheese. However the

Hazel Mlddlcton In Mountain Music" with guitar accompaniment -I Q. We heard Inman played a Tornado offense camo right back ;t' ,

charge of program.Nov. by Earl Green and good gnmo. la this true ? to give the opponents an even .!

: 34-SjM-clal! Chorus under Lester Austin. A. Yen. Wo heard him too. stronger dose, of their own medlclne. f.'&,

tho direction of :Mrs.A. Billy Parker gave a solo "Love Q. Wan It a good game Friday? .

:' E. Wall. Songs of the Nile" with his cornet. A. yes TERRIBLY good. The game was a very InterestIng '

Nov. Elementary Assembly. Another number of the P.-G's I Q. Were there. any stars in the one, with both teams battling
Miss Lena Belle Sheppard Revue followed with Estelle Ken- :game? furiously. Although the Tornadoesgot

In charge of pro drick and Scootie Andrews singing"A A. No, they were all planets all the good breaks, and wore

/gram. Good Man Is Hard to Find." Q.; Do we play Jasper Friday? allied by many Newberry fumbles, ti

Nov. SO-Tlmnk gi\lng Holiday.. Florlcs Sheppard, talented- per A.: No they play ua. they earned every score they made., at

former from the primary grades (tt f P.'$. (The end' ). Bradford started the fireworksIn

Know the true value of time; sang the popular "Lazybones" and to1L Notice: Send all questions In the second quarter. With the

snatch seize and enjoy every moment danced to an encore. with a stamped self addressed' envelope ball right down on the Newberry k
Billy Parker came back to givea We will not answer them.
of It. No idleness no laziness five-yard line. Carter ran his left
no proclamations: Never put couple of vocal solos "Sweet end and was tossed back to the 11. Y
heart Darling" and "Lawd, You -
off til tomorrow what you can do Then Captain Strickland flung a
today-Chesterfield.Homecoming. Made the Night Too Long. short pass to Carter on the two-
Lester Austin [ Bright Sayings ]
Earl Green and
and then
--- 1ue COY Cousin yard line plunged over
gave two duets "That Sliver -L himself Carter's placement went
Haired Daddy of Mine" and "MayI 1
wide the 4y
making score 6-0.
We sincerely hope that this custom "That's' the hardest
Sleep in Your Barn Tonight, Mister Mr. Cray:
will be continued on and on ?" with guitar accompaniment. HIGH EDUCATION ANNUAL EVENTIS whipping I've ever given you or In the third quarter the Tornadoes -

for it is becoming: a very much The "Htckvllle Band" Joe Shu GIVES FOOD FOR BIG SUCCESSAT any other boy and here you are had the pigskin on the enemy
looked-forward-to even Whenall ford. Earl Green and Mildred AUNTSASSYFRASS' Hughlng. What's funny about it? 10-yard line. They banged at the

the old "grads" get together it Hundley with guitars and Lamar DEBATE MONDAY WOMAN'S CLUB I know It hurts. line three times but failed to gain ''

Is bound to be an enjoyable affair.Congratulations Smith Lester Austin and Jim l William E.: "Hal ha! I'm the much ground. With third down and

-o- Moore Edwards harmonlcists cut COLUMN wrong poyl"John nine to go, Edwards circled right
Tornadoes! We loose on "Little Brown Jug." .>Educational Week Feature' Largo Number Of Seniors, Alumni, end for three yards and the down .,

knew that you would! come back to Next was a tap dance by Joe Ed Well Delivered By MembersOf rotJro
your own and show what you are wards. Tram .Starke, Florida IMayera Attend Reception\ Hell-o!l"Voice Strickland took the ball and faded 34! Y
really made of. Just one more Charles Fender as Cab Callo. Nov. 23 1933. over wire: '"Long distance back to the 22 and shot a high't
The question "Is a College Education '
i game left so lets see some more of way sang "Underneath the Harlem The clubhouse was attractively! from New York." pass over the goal line right IntoCarter's
for One to Be- Dear Aunt '
I that fighting spiritWHATNOTS Moon," "Goodbye Blues," and Satsyfrasa: decorated In red and black Friday I John: "It sure la." Hangs up. arms. Carter failed to
come Successful in Life? was A friend of mine and I have been '
convert but the Tornadoes were ;
"Shine Harvest Moon to the at the
on evening Homecoming gala
tossed about (in a lively debate last debating recently on the following I
melody of a mock orchestra. He Among the guests' could be seen Preacher (during sermon): leading by 120.
Monday afternoon, November 13 question "Is hay fever positive or ''f
also led two pep songs "Come on, many Seniors, alumni, postgraduates "These modern girls are always Late In the final quarter the \
[ ]] Old Bradford" and "When Our The affirmative aide pad Annie negative? We cannot come to football players and college wanting some excitement. How do Tornadoes worked the ball down 1
Laura Tucker and John Inman
as definite but
any conclusion we around the line where
Football Fellows Fall in Line. folks. Many Juniors and Sophomores they manage to stay on tiptoe all five-yard ,
representatives, while Martha thought. that could
perhaps you assist -
Strickland Carter and Edwards
Finally the students passed aa'She'll appeared for the dance. the time?
It's no use talking-these Home- Be Coming 'Round the Brownlee and the Frow Strickland ,ua.! Newberry was well represented S. R. (from audience) : "By; alternated with the plakln but t
ably supported negative.
Ing affairs bring good luck. Last Mountain" was converted into a Hopefully yours' One lady from that town remarkedthat wearing high heeled shoes. failed to shove it across. So the

year you remember we gave Jasper march by the "Hickvllle Band." Some of the affirmative. out I GOT IT. over half of Newberry came ball was given to Cooper, and be ,

the works. standing arguments were: Starke Florida to Starke. Homecoming-'tch-tch I plunged over on the first triaL },
With the present financial condition t Nov.. 2*. 1933.. Carter's kick was blocked and the 4
only persons with high education ,Dear I Got It: Upon entering the reception score became 180. The final 1 ,
That Thomasson could play ij room guests were given a warm lop
f( I HEARDLast obtain the few
can positlqna After
carefully, thinking over whistle blew Immediately following
Dusty Rhodes (the welltraveled -
football If he only knew it. But a welcome by the teachers and Sentors.
available. your question I've come to the con the kickoff after the last touch
): "Do like romantic old
tap on the wrist and-he's goofy. An interesting program was
Despite the fact that men like -melon that hav fever is both pos ruins 1"Young down. .
given. Frow Strickland and John
Captain Chapman, the Newberry' Friday Bradford High Abe Lincoln mounted to the Presidency Itlve and negative for sometimes Inman gave addresses of welcome, Thing: "If they'd only Although the Tornadoes won the lh, "
School staged its third annual and similar positions with Its the eyes and sometimes the to game by a safe margin their
stop asking me 'em. opponents
fullback told us he could play football followed by a talk by Mr. Leon A marry
homecoming celebration. It was out fair it wouldbe nose. far '
a education
even were from setups. In
-said he was a pile of dyna Gray. The guests were then entertained
mite. We don't know where the very successful in all respects beginning impossible now., even in times of Advisably yours, by a song by Mrs. Luclll Mrs. Demoresti: "Why does the fact things began to look rather
with the game Friday prosperity. AUNT SASSYFRASS. State of Missouri doubtful for the Tornadoes at the
dynamite was. It didn't explode. which Davis accompanied at the pianoby stand at the headof .
Perhaps the fuse went out or with Newberry High education Is necessary to :Mrs. E. L. Biggs. Marjorie mule-raising In this country opening kickoff for the Newberry y
something. won, and the reception that night. become a success socially.The Whew! Stump as "Sis Hopkins" was a Jim Moore: "Because the other boys began a strong march down ,;'
The largest crowd of the season attended Woodfin gazed Intently at a the field that ended
negative side offered such "real actress" and depicted a humorous end Is too dangerous. only a few
Shuford. Tornado end snagged a the game and a very large points as: gooseberry bush. account of her beau "Bll yards short of the goal line where 1 ;
crowd attended the reception. "Do gooseberries have legs?" he NOTICI9 OF API'I.ITATIOV' TO
There too they lost the ball Several more
pass out of the clutching digits of are already many men llous. A vocal solo was rendered .K.I.I MIOlfM LAND ;
The two B. H. S. sponsors, Kitty for in the anxiously Inquired of a friend. scoring chances came their ',
the Newberry secondary for a nice one job profesisona by Mr. John'Powell.. Martha Notice I. hereby given to all whom way,
eighteen-yard gain the longest of and Lula looked very attractive world, and much more space down "No retorted his friend.. Brownlee next related the'incident It may concern that I W, H. An but their best opportunities were '
black and red respectively. This Woodfin paled rapidly. drew, as guardian. oil II. A. An ruined by bad from center-
the day. these of a girl at her first ball game- drews, mlnur, will on 15th day of 1
was very appropriate because la the expenses of modern extravagance "Well (a little hopelessly), "I "Betty at the Baseball Game." November A. I>. 1938 apply to the causing long yardage losses and J !
colors harmonized effectively with guess I musta swallowed a caterpillar Honorable H. K. ferryman County:
We might mention that in our the sponsors' booth which was decorated or high society that then." Estelle Kendrick and Scootie Andrews Ju...... of Bradford,' County: Florida sometimes even the ball. For instance I r
last two home games this seasonwe has put the world in its present received a storm of applausefor at his office In Court house. ., at It once Thomasson attempted .
in the school colors of black o'clock A. M., or thereafter. for to
soon third
punt on down from about
have had two officials whose the selection
predicament. popular "Aln'tchaGlad ,
and red. authority to ..11!! at private Bate. the i
to be ?" .ntlr. Interest and midfield and the kick wall blocked.
squareness is something A Is wasting four of his estate of said
The Newberry sponsors were person minor In and to the following lands The next time the pass from center. '
proud of-Hansford and Elton very attractive and their home life's best years-years that he A short business meeting was In Bradford County, Florida. to-wlt"" ii:: went far his head i
CInrt1. over and rolled
both of Stetson. have two could utilize In getting an actual "O.A held and the new officers were The Kant Kleven Acres of 11)4: of
town should proud
sra N W'4 of S.". 12. Twp 4 S., Jl. lit about twenty yards back and went
such beautiful girls. business foothold-besides money, elected unanimously as follows: Ljflftt..:
ovef to
A movement to reduce rates of frequently hard-earned by benevolent .JAo CIr Mrs. H. B. McLendon Which application will tn based the Tornadoes on downs s
Many of the Newberry people remained president; :: This
on the petition now on file In said was only one of the several
aU public uttlitles: has been started Porch' +
by attending college. Mr. Harold vice
dance parents Wall
for the reception and president; Court dated October 25th. 1933. similar bad breaks that ruined
lathe Philippines. Friday night. I heard one of them The negative must have offered and Mr. Eugene Matthews secre- 1e-271ettt1-91 vv. JI, Andr.ws. Uu.rd.an.. Newberry's chances Although ;i i

say they surely did appreciate the the strongest argument or most tary. The offlcera were properly none of these breaks paved the '

entertainment given for them. proof for they received the judges' escorted to the platform, and aftera way for a Tornado touchdown they

For Fastest I The Senior Class proved how nod, two to one. speech by the new president, the certainly: ruined all of the New- ;; +

capable it Is by the wary in which meeting was adjourned. Why .berry hopes. ;

Known Relief I the Homecoming celebration was STAKKB!: SCHOOL IN COURT Refreshments consisting of cake I Starke led in passes, completing ;s
and punch were served and a social"hour" ,
staged. I -
three out of three
attempts for a +h
1>jtiemoers 01: me pnysica ciassand One of the most sensational i was enjoyed. Liquid!! !l LaxativesDo total of 42 yarda. Newberry at.

Demand and GetEAGER a few other high school students trials in years occurred last week A few of the guests departed but tempted only one pass, that being .

went "star gazing" Thursday when Scoby wee tried for liberating many arrived to dance until a later Intercepted by Strickland. New-

morning at 3:00: o'clock. Everyonehad a criminal from the fold of social hour in the night. I You No HarmThe berry led In first downs, eight to +

A a good time, but were disap- life at R&lford. Catty and five, and Starke drew fifteen yards V '

pointed over the small number of splendor was added to the court by State Inspection of hotels and In penalties to five'of the visitors ?

..J shooting atars. the students of our school. A few apartment houses has become so I Captain Strickland might be *
a student of Florida and rigid In Florida that fire Insurance ,
Evelyn Stump new styles were brought out r mentioned aa the Tornadoes' outstanding '"
State College for Women spent introduced by some of our social underwriters have given the operators offensive player, over.shadowln2' .

the week-end with her parents. faction. Now don't get the wrong a ten per cent rebate on insurance Carter on the running. ,

Lola Adklns spent Saturday and Idea about us attending court for premium payments. ,. doe of a liquid laxative can b< plays. Wall was ono ttb outstanding : {II ;;

GENUINE BAYER Sunday In Gainesville with her we did not go to court with the measured. The action can be eoQotrolled. defensive men while In '
cousin Margaret Adkins. Idea of producing a desired effecton --and his "It is no disgrace to fail if you It forms no habit: you need man and Shuford held down their r '

ASPIRIN Kitty Hogsed Lula Redgrave the lawyers, but with'sole purpose I Ir- have done your best" says a philosopher not take a "double dose" a day 01 positions well. Cooper's defensive !) ,

CAUSE of a unique process Georgia Haynea Bunnie Canova of accumulating knowledge Company Still Jt'. pretty tough to two later. No will a mild liquid work was far below normal .;t,
** in manufacture. Genuine Bayer and S. R. Johns were visitors in about court life. The tables were I"I" have to admit that the beat you laxativt irritate the lcidn II.. ever. Packham and bow.of of i
Aspirin Tablets are made to diJto Jacksonville last week. could do waa fait--Boaton Tran- Chapman :.
surrounded by students from Mrs. The
Int ate-or dissolve INSTANTJY FLA i IOI.TIST script. I right liquid laxative will brio were worked hard being the targets !', !i if.
you take them. Thus they start loffman'a shorthand class who 'I a perfect movement, and with n. ; for most of the Newberry ,

Bold"to work instantly. Start "taking Football Schedule took notes on the court's proceed- !A $ Butane gas bas been found to be discomfort at the time, or afterward lays. Johns played hla usual 'J 1 ; .

of even a severe headache, Ings. I one of the most efficient fuels The wrong cathartic may keen! bang up game at guard while To-' 1 '
ocorolgia. neuritis or rheumatic pain (1933-S4)) ever you constipated as long rode and Harrell did welL
as fairly
a lew minutes .Largest tried in locomotives; it was long
after taking
there (12-0). Nonce Is on using ill Due to the
Sept. 29-Live Oak hereby given that all mystic considered Tornado comeback In dt +
for they provide ASPIRIN doesnot Alachua here (13-6)). radltors.. distributees and all p.rso..shavln" t an unimportant by. I An the last half It
Genuine BA YEn Oct. 6-- claims asalnst the E.tat. of product of the petroleum industry. approved liquid laxative (one was a well deserved .
harm the henrt. So if you want Oct. 14-New Smyrna, there .I. 1. Frasee, dsceasod are hereby re- stage productionentour which is most widely used for both victory. This Improvement was no t..
W l'ICI<. and S.' 'E relief see that ((13-6). uired to present the same duly authenticated ', When adults and children) is syrup pepsin. doubt due to the solving of the l '>
the New
S get the real L lyer article. Look 20 Lake City, there (6-32). to the County Judce of Zealand geyser, Dr. Caldwell'i Newberry attack and '
lOU Oct. radrord County Florida, at his office Syrup Pepsin la a to \inspiring
/air-uuigu, was In Ita
the Bayer cros,, on every tablets Oct. 27-St. Augustine, there In the court house In Btarke, B. H. S. Auditorium prime, it prescription. and is perfectly: mfe. Ill spirit of the one to whom halt the
shown above ,. id for the words within one year from date hereof or lung black mud, stone and scalding laxative action Is
Gt-NUINE ((6-19). his notice will be held In bar there- based on aenna' credit: for the victory should gl -
BAY.IR: ASPIRIN on 7:30 P. M. water to a height of 1.50O feet
every botUe baysMember Nov. 3-High Springs, here to, and all persons Ind.bt.d to said a natural laxative. The bowels will Bradford's mentor, Larson. n
you every thirty-six hours.
((6-19). Estate are r.qulr.d to pay same not become dependent on this form There Is no schedule M t
game on for
N. R.>k forthwith to the undersigned admlntratrlx. Monday Nov. 27
Nov. 1/)-Palatka (6-0)), there 01 help, a* they do in the case of this Friday, due to an open date. ;t
GENUINE SAVER ASPIRIN I Nov. 17-Neberry (18-0), here. This the Stth day of Sept. UJJ. Only one horseshoer and one cathartics containing mineral drugs. However, the Tornadoes will
.QOes NOT HAP:; THE HEART : Nov. 30-Jasper, there. -M 'BAZEB BELCHER. a. J I Milwaukee cry table are listed lu the liv.1 I Ask your druggist for Dr. CaldweU'f I ney to Jasper for a game on '_

city director. Syrup Pepsin. Member N. R. A. Thanksgiving. a

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IW.I M. S. Elect Officers And the Worst is Yet to CODIC-- lic Production use decreased of electricity In Iowa, Nebraskaand for pub I cepted University a gold of

I For Year 1934 South Dakota In April and 17.year-ild \
May this year compared with last '
"$ iJiictijl The Woman's Missionary Societyof her'tuition .
the Methodist Church met Mon year. -
day afternoon at the church the Th, sparks !
meeting being presided over by the The Palo de Leche la cow the world
I president, Mrs T. Olson. 1 ,tree of the tropics; it yields a pal of the law. ,

Music Study Club M. S. Circle Entertained I After the usual business routine, t- PLASTER L.11,'= atable milk when the bak la cut -

I Afternoon I officers were elected for the com FkGUREsi open. II
Holds Fortnightly
ing year as follows: President, I
The home of Sheriff and Mrs. W. vice Clocks will go as they are set;
E. Middleton presi-
The Fortnightly ; Mrs. W. ; =i IC:= : ;
Club held its third Epperson on South Walnut dent, Mrs. A. Wood; recording sec. CIII' but man Irregular man is never
day evening, was the scene of an enjoy retary, Mrs. J. W White; corresponding I'C' constant, never certain.--Otway. Sour
home of Mr. and Mrs. affair Tuesday afternoon, secretary, Mrs. F. H. I gas and
The which Circle No. 2 of the Baptist Long; treasurer, Miss Amelia I have never found a thorough,
Missionary Society, with of Study / f IJr, pervading enduring morality but r
a study of Indian Ray; superintendent .
lea was capably : L. G. Powell, leader, enter- Class, Mrs. H. B. McLendon; Christian in those who fear God.-Jacob!.
rled out by the Circle No. 1, as the result of Social'Relations, Mrs. L. A. Me '
Knight. A group attendance contest between Davis; local wo k. Mrs E. K. Per- :;;;; There Is no vice.so simple, but 'I
.I,I ,,listeners heard the ( circles, Circle No. 1 being the ryman; supplies, Mrs E. S. Mat -l.-J:! assumes some mark of virtue on
.' bera: thews; literature and publicity, e 'LJt2 Its outward parts.-Shakespeare.
1/f/ "Indian Music of and white chrysanthe- Mrs W. G. Haile; World Club. Mrs. .
j Mrs. H. B. j attractively arranged In ta T. Olson, assisted by Miss Kate Gold Is the fool's curtain, which
" talk: by of Indian and floor baskets were used to Struth and Miss Ruby Lilly; agentfor hides all his defects from the a
\!! Sketches Life and this borne which lends It World Outlook, Mrs. A. Wood; 4 world.--J. Bouvier. II
; L. Bigga;
\' ward McDowell, Mrs. ; so well for entertaining. circle leaders, Mrs. T. J. Griffin .. .- TRADE
'L vocal solo, "Thy Marjorie Stump delighted and Mrs. A. W. Anderson. 'The Neither a borrower nor a lender ,
I with two selec- above officers will not be installed be for loan oft loses both Itself I
H t (McDowell), John ; guests piano I ; I
$jf .cal reading, "To a Wild \( ,and Mr. John H. Powell sang until January 1. I \ and frl Shakespeare. to
M Dowell), Mrs. L. G. solos, "Afterwards" and "Hills Tuesday afternoon the stndy .
. vocal numbers, "From Home," and Mrs. R. J. Davis class met at the church and com- I
f'. Sky Blue Waters ( "Coming Home" and "LaJ- pleted the book "Christianity and
field Cadman), and Tourjours," both being accom- Industry in America" which has REALLY
,; ,f ters of I I't at the piano by Mrs. E. L. proved an Interesting study under
Lieurance), Mrs. R. J. ; ; Little Betty Hayes guve the direction of Mrs. W. E. Middle-
"Temple Bells" ( clever readings, "Cock Robin" ton.
John H. Powell; solo, "My Shadow." -. =

Call" (Rudolph Frllm) Thanksgiving word contest Presbyterian AuxiliaryMet J
i' Adit Ins. enjoyed, Mrs. E. L. Biggs win- With Mrs. TysonThe .
The next meeting the prize. Ground to Suit :
of the ep
Ladles Auxiliary P
on Friday, December 1 in the afternoon a fruit of Brewing '
Church met at the
'i. at the home of Judge course with hot tea and cof- home of Mrs. R. H. Tyson at the ... IhM- rr?' ESTABLISHED 8 o'Clock Red!
Adkins. Mrs. L. G. was served to the large num-
Z. State Farm on Thursday, November 1859 "Mild: "J>"
have charge of the ot members present. Mellow" .. ,
16.The. ,Wells were visiting: in Starke Tues
will be on Mrs E. M. Davis,.
; The special presided president over the meeting with LAWTEYO. day.Hog ("WHERE ECONOMY RULES"I LK 19c "*.
.''Music. is and cane grindingare
Delma Surrency, daughter Mrs. R. H. Tyson conducting the [ killing
will J. Phillips, Cot order of the day here at this
of .
Mr. and Mrs. J, H. Surrency devotional.Mrs.
was married to Ellis R. J. Davis and Mrs. E. M. time.Mrs. IONA BRAND
,"'I, Baptist W. M. S. McKenzie, son of Mr. and Davis favored the members with a V R. Reddish was shopping
,;,': Meets Monday E. M. McKenzie of Jackson- vocal duet. Ths Missionary Topic Methodist cnurch in Jacksonville Monday.D. .
Tuesday night. for the month, "Southern Mountains The Lawtey Methodist Church L. Blackburn of Sandersonwas
4:\ The business and ceremony was performed by ," was led by Mrs T. N. Ken- will observe Thanksgiving: services visiting his family here Sun- FL u

ling? of the W. M. Rev. W. D. Cone in his home. drlck assisted by Mrs. W. A. Bon- Sunday with appropriate musical day.Miss
p' Church will The bride wore an ensemble of ham, Mrs. H. H. Long, Mrs. C. R selections and sermons by the pas- Bobby Connelly of Green
:, Baptist ; blue crepe with a close Clark, Mrs. J. H. Klnlaw, Mrs. tor. The 'public A: is cordially invited Cove Springs is visiting here this PLAIN OR SELFRISING6Lb.
;;! day afternoon at.the 81)W. services. week. .
blue felt hat. Her flowers George H. Lowry and Mrs. R. H. to join ln\4Jies
1 k Circle No. 2 in charge a shoulder corsage of small Tyson.A Please bring: to the church some Mayor A. A. Griffls was a busi- Bag 12Lb. Bag 24Lb. Bag
',J': gram. chrysanthemums.' delicious salad course was small article of food, or cast-off ness visitor to Jacksonville Mon-

: Guests present were: Mrs. W. D. served to the thirteen members clothing: to be distributed to the day.Mrs.
Miss Gladys McKenzie, Miss present. needy by the welfare committee. G. B. Halley of Dorchester, 23c 43c 83c
;t. McKenzie, Ellzey Johns and Miss Enza Blanchard, Mrs. War- S. C., was visiting relatives here
RITZ Cantrell. Baptist W. M. S. To, rick, Mrs. Hill Sirs. Thede, Mrs. Sunday.
I Beacom Mrs. Roberts will give information Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Reid of Lake
The ceremony was a quiet one Observe Day Of Prayer
STARKB to the Illness of the groom's but anything you can Istokpoga were visiting friends FINEST SHORTENING 2-lbctn -
i, The Woman's Missionary Socie- spare will be gladly received and here Saturday and Sunday.
Thoy will live In Hart Haven' ties of the New River Baptist As- properly distributed.. Those attending District League
1 Mr. McKenzie Is located In sociation will observe a special day meeting la Jacksonville' Friday Compound 14c
BEGINNING .- of prayer on Saturday, December Locals evening were: Mrs. H. M. Snyder,
THURSDAY 2 -at 10:80: a.m. at Pine Grove Mr. and Mrs. F. R. Carradinewere Miss Eunice Whitehead Miss 'Lu-

November. Florida has a Division of Avia- Church. visiting in Jacksonville Tues- cille Plummer, Miss Dolly Dinkins, Yo"sE: ';
Torch attached to the Road Depart- This day of prayer will preceedthe day evening. Miss Abbie Harley, Miss Rhea EVAPORATED MILK,
The December Week of Prayer for Thede.
which has supervision over
Mr. and Mrs. Godwin of
( Claudette Colbert, construction of airport. Foreign Missions, which begins on James C TOMATOES lona Brand, 3 No.
the State were visitors
Farm here
4. Buddha, believed to
fit' Baby Monday December A solid gold te'G
$ Rlcardo Cortex ____, ,"" ,&0 H'_'_' n '.. It Is desired that all ladles of the Sunday.Wllllam'Matl:y be more than 1,000 years old, was FANCY U. S. No. 1 IRISHPOTATOES
Also different societies attend. > Rev. eney of Bald- uncovered by workmen repairinga

'f; "I Eat My Say it with Flowers MRS. J.Publicity M. BROWNLEE Chairman., win Baptist filled Church his appointment here Sunday.at the Burma.pagoda. in the Shan States, 101bs.

) .. L _...._, J. S. and D. L. Norman were .
'(t I SATURDAY. business visitors to Jacksonville Leisure is a beautiful garment, MALT SYRUP Blue Ribbon 3
Surprise Birthday Party ,
.; "Rusty Rides Flowers For All Monday.Mrs. but it will not do for constant year.
''T I Tim McCoy, OccasionsGERTRUDE Miss Willie Mae Thornton was J. H. Biggs and Mrs. E. B. -Anon. Fancy BLUE ROSERICE
a the honor guest at a surprise birthday
,r Barbara Also" : .._ _rv L _,. party-given at her-home last
'I 5 Ibs
j SILLY SYl\n> GODBEY Saturday evening. .
.i SCREEN ; The honor guest had been away ,
ANDERSON from home all day visiting a friend
SUNDAY and when she returned home that CURE YOUR MEAT AT
Phone 39 Waldo.Fla EGG NOODLES Encore 2
; November evening to her surprise a numberof

I' "The Way of ,,. _,... n T 0 her friends met her singing,
; Encore Brand SPAGHETTI
"Happy Birthday to You," and BRANFORD COLD STORAGE or

R 3; Maurice Chevalier Also WilY NOT HAVE TilE birthday showering gifts her with many lovely MACARONI, 3 8-oz

i "When Yuba Play Mrs. W. E. Thornton was assisted -
.: and N BEST? In entertaining and serving the .. BRANFORD, FLORIDA MAYONNAISE IIelmai', o'8oz
guests by Mrs. Clyde Burney and V
x All new modern equipment.We
Miss Ollle\ Marr.
:! November. are prepared to serve. Those enjoying this party were: j v. ,Owned and Operated by DOG FOOD, Dr. Ross 3

; "Song'of Our service Is finer, our Miss Mildred Warren, Miss Lois

r,' Marlene Dietrich price In lower.BOREE Moore, Miss Virgle Phillips, Miss M. A. Best, The Farmer's Friend Extra Tasty, Specially.Cured, Full Cream
Eunice Wilson Miss Mildred
And a Brown, Miss Carroll White, Miss ,
.1 1r PUSF.UAt DIRECTORS Etta Fae Dyal Miss Teressa Jones, "

MAE %%' Ph "I'm' No An .1 Mae Dyal. Miss Irene Prescott,
}, December *. Flu. Branch .1'1.' .r"u'.p t Miss Mildred Thigpen, Miss Floy I
Thomas, Miss Easle Sapp. Miss Lillian Salt Cured __________l / c Per Lb. CHIPSO. 4 small pkgs.
,, Kelly, Miss Annie Mae Thorn-
ton, and Harry and Lamar Edwards Sugar Cure------____IVzc Per Lb.
SATURDAYSPECIALS Ossle Wynn. Leo Edwards, BEANS 2 No. 2
H. C. Wynn, Tommy Forsyth, Clar- Smoking _____________ lc Per Lb.CITIES'SERVICE ,
ence Rhoden, Gus Wynn, Clarence
:' Moore Oscar Crosby, Fate Brown, O. K. LAUNDRY SOAP 5
::} Jack Wiley and Eugene Burney. ,


-- GRANDMOTHER'S Fresh, Plain or Sliced
CASH ONLY Services 11:00: a.m. and 7:30: p.m. .
Only two services before confer STATIONOn
'l ence. Let us keep up our splendid BREAD te 7c ::

75c Squibb's Mineral Oil ____ __________________59c attendance for the month. This Is
'i Month. Road 13 Opposite Jail
$1.00 Wampole's Cod'Liver Oil _______________--79c Loyalty
Young people's attendance was -,...
';" $1.00 Wine Cardul __._ .____________,-------__-79c good last Sunday night. Make it :

t 50c Hind's Honey and Almond Cream__________39c even better coming Sunday night. Fancy GLACE
to the at-
1$;. 25c Thedford's Black .Draught-_'_______________17c tendance.Rally All our Sunday services are im- (White Gasoline) Is

$1.00 Ovaltine __ __ _________-______________79c proving In attendance and interest FRUIT 0

jr 4, 25c Red Cross' Ltv-o-Med______________'_______17c generally. ,Glad to see many of CITIES SERVICE AND KOOL CITRON PEEL, lb.30c 4
our people at church Sun- *
% 60c Scott's Cod Liver Oil-.______________-----43c day young and several visitors, aUo. MOTOR OILSKEROSENE LEMON PEEL, lb.30c

$- 50c Milk of Magnesia (pint size)_____________31c't W. F. JONES, Pastor. j ORANGE PEEL,lb.30c Size Guest Ban \ '

,:; 50c Prophylactlc'Tooth Brushes______-____1.39c: During mating.season, the male ., PINEAPPLE, Ib.____45c

... 100 Nyal 5-Graln Aspirin Tablets__' _______29c frigate bird develops a balloon- CHERRIES, Ib _____49c eSC 5

35c Vicks Salve ____________________...______29c shaped throat tack of flame-red COLD DRINKS

,t.: 40c Fletcher's Castoria _u__________-_______34c akin; the balloon deflates after the C I CALIFORNIA
Jr bird has won his lady. G.fa. CIGARETTES
b 60c California Syrup of Figs___________ __44c LEMONS, Dozen

{ 25c Colgate Tooth Paste________________====__19cit STOP AT CANDIES FIRM GOLDEN RIPEBANANAS

50c Pebeco Tooth Paste_____________________39cj j" .. llbs.

Quart Size Merrell's Milk of Magnesia_______68cU VIOLA'SF .
; I Want Your Patronage Courteous Service
60c Nyal Mineral Oil ______________________39c .. FRESH
50c Rubbing Alcohol: __ __ __________________29c Sandwiches FREE AIR AND WATER Large

PharmacySTARKE Ask For Our Price on Cues GEORGIA YAMS

? Sinclair AJJol.l.v Service: Station CITIES SERVICE STATIONw SWEET POTATOES, 10

FLORIDA When Yu. G.t Year Ge. ass

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11ID.\\', XOVBMIMS" 2i,. 1933 .. BRADFORD. _COUNTY. TELEt+IL1PU. SrARJC. FLORIDA u H..____._. __ _. -'- __ __ __PAGE_on ____Fn"JD_ _
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'. Mr. and Mrs. W H. Biggs and AIRS. NELLIE T, KERCE ,/ : .:.. = -
Mrs. E. B. Wells of Lawtey were Mrs. Nellie T. Kerce, 34. wife of
t guests Tuesday of Dr. and Mrs. H. B. Kerce of Lake Butler, died
11 E. L Biggs at their home on Walnut at the Alachua County Hospital in i
Bits of
Street. Gainesville Thursday after a brief Tip Top Grocery
-- illness. Funeral services were held
and in Lake Butler Friday afternoonat
11I Mrs. Hollis V. Knight young
IDeal I-tTev daughter, Nancy Lee, have been the ChristianChurch
Those surviving her besides her
removed to their home on Walnut
- in widower, are five small children; -STARKE FLORIDA
from St. Luke's Hospital
three brothers, Jim, Jesse and WI MiMI", .. ,
, Concerning Our People, Butine and Jacksonville.Mrs. Howard Thomas, all of Lak*'Butler .

) Progress of the County and Town. Paul E. Canova and son, ;Lake two sisters Butler, ,Mrs.and: Betty Mrs.Berryof Cary Sale Begins Nov. 24 -- Lasts Thru Dec. 1

Paul III, returned home Sunday Wynn of New River,'and her,.moth'er I
I after spending two weeks in Ocala Mrs. Mary Thomas: of Lake r
with Mrs. Canova's mother, Mrs.D. Tweenie Weenie ,
,,3; Enza Blanchard of Lawtey DeWitt C. Jones of Gainesvillewas F. Flowers. Butler. FLOUR CHEESE
Monday a prominent visitor to Starke
: Pound 15c
OMW *H"V MMMBV B Wednesday afternoon.Mr. J. W. Douglass of the l ouglus Alachua ,,County Singing S. R. or PLAIN --

Irs. C H. Drlggers'of Lake But. Wynne Chevrolet Company, and Convention will' 'hold'1 an all-day No. 2 Can 15cTOMATOES I
.r was a visitor here Monday. and Mrs. Sam T. Dell of Street Dandy of Alachua were i, sing Sunday, November 26, at J5ar- MACARONIPackage
Gainesville were visitors to Starke business visitors to Starke Satur dls Baptist Church, near Worthington :

Maxie Carter of Highland was a Wednesday afternoon.Mrs. day afternoon. Springs. Everybody welcome.H. 24 Pounds ___ .. .83c 5c
L. Milliard, President.
jsiness visitor here Saturday 12 Pounds ._ _.43c 3 No. 2 Cans .25c
A. Z. Adklns, Mrs. Lonnie Mr. and Mrs. Thomas A. Turner -

Ii E.: B, Wells of Lawtey was a Harley and Mrs. E. L. Biggs spent and two sons, Tommy and Jerry, BUTTER
jsiness visitor here Wednesday.John Saturday in Jacksonville. of Bronson were week-end guestsof P: I Notice How Much Less Pound .24c MILK
Lard It Takes to Cook with
Mr. Turner's parents, Mr. and
H. Powell was a visitor to Lawrence Wiggins, naval stores Mrs. J. O. Turner. NAT SEl: THIS GOOD FLOUR 3 'Tall Cans 17c

cksonville Wednesday afternoon. operator of Brooker, was a busi- Northern BEANS

ness visitor here Tuesday.E. Miss Evelyn Stump, a student at I the that.rMMw.fellow '
of nee by papers a WE ALSO HAVEBALLARD'S Pound 5c SUGAR
W. E. Torode Lawteyas
Florida State College for Women, by the name'of Sprague who the
visiting friends here Tuesday. C. Long and Resale Colson of Tallahassee,' spent the week-end In President had hired y i special ad. ......-..- -- -.. 5 Pounds .24c
Brooker were attending to business Starke with her parents, Mr. and visor to theTreasury ?
Carl) Ward of Jacksonville was a here Wednesday afternoon.Mr. Mrs. Fred F. Stump. quit and S
itor here the first of the week.
because he did
and Mrs. Charles Imbach Mrs. S. A. Barefoot of Sanderson not like the way PILLSBURY'SFRUIT 1 SALT ':'
L H. Hill of Lawtey was a
Sirs were visitors to Green Cove Is spending several days here his boss was "'
Itor to Starke Saturday morn- u / 2 Packages 5c :
Springs Wednesday evening. with her son and daughter-in-law running I the '

g. Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Barefoot, at country. Can CAKE 10-lb. Bag 17 c ;'
Mrs. W. H. Smith and Miss Do- their home on Cherry Street. you imagine a '
Urs. David W. Moore of Lawtey sla Smith of Sampson were visitorsto man quitting a ; 100-lb.: Bag $1.00 "

as a visitor here Wednesday aft- Starke Saturday afternoon. Job, scarce as lit'5 '
noon. Mr. and Mrs. S. K. Newsom and MATERIAL 0
two daughters, Marjorie and Clara lobs are,becausehe
Miss Beverly Cady of Jacksonville dl( n.t like the r' BLACK PEPPER ,,
Nell, of Jacksonville '
were guests :
Dr.O. L. Haynes was a business Citron Peel lb. ,29e .
Itor to Jacksonville Tuesday aft- her mother spent ,the Mrs.week-end Flora B.here Cady.with Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. R. A. New- was way running the boss the Lemon ['ee1.16.--_ _29c u.t 111' -oZ. Can .5c
som at their home on Cherry
30011. Street. business. Orange Peel, lb. --.. .29c Pound .25c 4-oz. Can lOc
Miss Pearl Jordan, who is at Cherries lb. .39c: ---'- '- -
Idea of whole is
My thing --------
Broward Strickland of Palatka 8-o z. Can 15c
present located in Gainesville, was that when Is smart Pineapple Ib. __:39c ,
a man enoughto
ant Tuesday with friends In Mrs. George H. Lowry left Mon- ---- -- CHARMER
arke. visiting friends in Starke Monday.J. day for Winter Haven where she is get a Job like President: of a big Ginger lb. .-- ---- __:39c 16-oz.an 27c

C Robinson and son, Lester attending the annual meeting of country like the U. S. A. he oughtto Raisins, 2 pkgs. -. -_ _15c 2 Cans ... 25c SAGE 9-oz pkg.. 15c ,
be smart know,what
Clayton Strickland and W. H. the Synodical Society of the Flor- enough to '
irt were visitors to Jacksonville Price, of Apopka were visiting ida Synod of the PresbyterianChurch. he is doing. ALL KINDS SPICES Pure Ground ,i'
friends in Starke during the week-
day end. NEW Ibs. 25c 30c
Mr and Mrs. C. H. Kaaworthy Miss Willie Mae Hinson of THIS WEEK '
Mrs. L. S. Hutto is confined to <
eat Tuesday in Jacksonville with CANDYPound All Hours S Y R UP"
her home with a broken arm as Hampton a member of the Brook '
ends. the' result of fall several er school faculty, is a patient at LADIES FELT HATS
a days ? lOc COFFEE, Ib. 19c Gallon __ 50c
the Gill Hospital convalescing froman $1.49 and $1.95
Tracy W. Baker of Lake Geneva ago.P. appcdlciUs operation performed

u esday.a business visitor to Starke M. Barefoot Is convalescing at Monday. LADIES SHOES LUX Best IRISH POTATOES, 10 lbs. .'llc I t
his home on Cherry Street from an OLD
appendicitis operation performed Mrs. J. D. Doyle resumed her Pumps and Tics
Miss Ellen Wiggins of Keystone Monday. position as stenographer at the Insurance Yellow Ripe BANANAS, 4 lbs. 15c
fights was a visitor here Friday office of Harold C. Wall $2.95 FLAKES T DUTCH

:ernoon. Mrs. C. W. Beasley of Gaines- Monday, after being absent for York Imperial APPLES, 3 Ibs. .. .. lOc
ville was in Starke Monday visiting four months recuperating from Ladies Underwear
Hugh Brownlee, Jr., of Jackson- two serious operations. 2 k 3 Cans "
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. ,!: p gSe 1
Ie spent the week-end here with Manning.Mr. Something New Best EATING APPLES, Dozen._, .20c ;, ,
family. Eugene Turner, who has been

1. C. Hazen and Joe Douglass .I little.son and of.Mrs.Jacksonville J. R. Boring were visiting and mington spending, Del.several, lias months been the in guestof Wil- 39c I 19c l TOKAY GRAPES, 2 Ibs. __ ____ 15c 20c ;, I

,'!'irooker were business visitors friends'in Starke during the his parents Mr. and Mrs. J. O. MEN' SSWEATERSAll

Monday. week-end. Turner, at their home on Cherry I. MKDIUMIVORY
Street for several days. Quart. .' }
Ii. and Mrs. Eddie J. Lewis and I $1.49Yen LUX I
| M. B. Harvey of Tallahassee was .
dren of Brooker were visitors la Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Halbrook of .
Starke last Wednesday visitinghis
Best Yellow ONIONS 2 Ibs.,_ 5c
'Monday. son, Harry Sanders, local ex- Florence, S. C., are announcing the We Sell PKTEKS: SHOES SOAP
press agent. arrival of a son, Leo Merrill, on IT PAYS TO BUY AT SOAP
,fro and Mrs. J. A. Saul of Lake Wednesday, November 15, at Idaho Baking POTATOES, 3 Ibs. lOc

eva. were visitors here Satur- Mrs. H. M. Snyder of Lawteywas Starke at the home of Mrs. Hal- 3 Bars 11 '

\ morning.rs. a guest Sunday of her brother: brook's parents, Mr end Mrs. Wes- STERNBERG'SStarke Large CELERY, Each __ _. __ lOc Bar
and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. i ley L. Andrews, on Cherry Street.

ghts. J.was H. a Lawrence visitor here of Keystone Wednes- Pate Gassett.R. I Mrs. Vonda E. Inman, district Florida 1 17c ASPARAGUS, DelMonte No. 2 can 15c 5c ;

'I afternoon. L. Geiger of Green Cove manager of the Woodmen Circle of I

Springs, owner of the Rachel Florida has been notified by Mrs. What"NG"; ,
11r. and Mrs. Eurle Brown ofke
Mary E. LaRocca, Mrs. Dora
Shoppe, was a business visitor here A.
BuUer were visitors to Friday afternoon. Talley and Mrs. Jeanie Wlllard, na- LARD CIGARETTES WHITE
rke Monday. tional officers of the Woodmen Cir-

Mrs R. S. Fernandez, Miss Alice cle, that she was the most active All Kinds
Jr. and Mrs. L. A. Johns of I
field worker in business and frater- BACONPound'
Fernandez, H. H.Young and Theo-
mpton were visitors to Starke 2 Pounds .. __ 14c '
dore Young were visitors to Jack- nal work during the month of October -- -- Pk

iday afternoon. sonville Saturday. and will receive an award for g. e lieSNUFF
her efforts. 3 Pounds _23c
[Ir. and Mrs. E. S. Blake of the -- --- _. -.----- ,8c ,
Misses Mabel and Pearl Reddishof
ate Farm were visitors to Starke Jacksonville were week-end The Bible Study conducted at Men Silver

nday afternoon.ohn guests of their parents, Mr. and the Mission Hall brought out a 3'Cans -. -__ __ ,25c -
good attendance Tuesday evening.In -Ih.....d"Slock"MM toproperly
:Mrs. L J. Reddish.
B. Crews of Lake BuUer addition to the study there was I Imtmnttc*. II....... FANCY WHOLE PLUG TOBACCO FRESH GROUND
3 attending to business here Aw'fWI11t-et II li cbnpnt
Mrs.O.A. Andreu spent the first special stringed music and singing !. Uw long ru Wuw UM
nday afternoon.Jr of the week in Lawtey with her by Mr. and Mrs. T N. Norman and Aral MM U dw tut OMI. 2 For __ U .25c

son-in-law and daughter, :Mr. and children and Mr. Luther Wooten RICE I ;;
and Mrs. J. W Townsend And v..di..a.e Era Smoking'TOBACCO MEAL GRITS
were 011 In the near future to havea I>. leer._> ,wJly w. I '
nday afternoon. Mrs. J. R. Turner of Dorchesler, noted Bible teacher for a service ....fert wUI ftWp_ 'P.

S. C., was a we')k-end guest of her which will be announced later. The \ Loc 5 Pounds --- _:19c 6 Packages. 25c 10 Pounds .__ .. 19c
.lisa and
thel Ricks Carson for
brother-in-law and sister. Mr. and study next week will be the
ffis were visitors to Starke ,
nday morning. Mrs. Sam Anderson. twenty-fifth chapter of Matthew. C. WALL We Are Handing Out A BAKER'S : .
COCOA, / -lb. Can ___-- --.-lOc I
L. A. Brown and daughter, Miss BIKTIIS INSURANCE Large on
0. W Hinson and B. L. Hlnson Mr.
and Mrs. John R. Carroll
Iris, of Brooker were here Friday
Hampton were visitors here afternoon attending the Starke- Starke, girl, November 18. STARKE. FLORIDA HEINZ SOUPS BAKER'S CHOCOLATE P'k lOc ,
esday afternoon. g.
This Week
Newberry football game. "f :


ENT A % George F. Davis, prominent Insurance BAKER'S COCONUT, pkg. ____5c .' ,
; WORD man of Green Cove JlEAT! --------- \ '
Springs was a business visitor. to GEM NUT OLEO .

COLUMNS Starke Monday. afternoon, Pound _lOc Qt. Jar MUSTARD '_ -- ---______ lOc ;

Mrs. J. L. Simmons, Mrs. T. N. ''tt.
FOR SALE-Or will trade '- ;
>alf corn and half cash. G. R. Kendrick Miss Eatelle Kendrickand TOMATO JUICE ''

th. Bostwick, Fla. JO20tf'R Miss Mina Manassa\. were shopping IIi 24-oz. SWEET PICKLES ____ __ ---____13c .: M
in Jacksonville Monday. r Can _____ _5c :
SALE-Syrup cans, all sizes; i
alio good bottles. Mrs. M. E. Edwards, Miss Lola r', .,
supply quart
rke Hardware Co. lO-27-tf Adkins and A. Z. Adkins, Jr., were C PINEAPPLE PICKLES ------___ 15c
In Gainesville Saturday visiting No. I'zCan1QC : .
ANTED--Corn at reasonable Mrs. J. C. Adkins and family. "

Ice. See or write Mrs. Rosa OCTAGON SOAP, 10 For : -- --- -__25c
nsUntlne,Tberessa. Fla. ltp Mr and Mrs. Pate Gassett, Mrs. DelMonte FRUITSFor
H. M. Snyder and Mr. and Mrs.

STOne-pair of eye glasses in Charles Imbach were visitors to Salad O. K. SOAP or POWDER For :
'elvet! case. Return to Telegraph the State Farm Sunday afternoon. 1 ----- lOc
ice and receive reward. Itp Tall Can ....._15c

Miss Alice Fernandez, a studentat ysrORDER PEAS 3 No. 2 Cans.
''R '
SALE- -Tube, all-electric __ __ -.i.! & 25c
Florida State College for Women -- ------
tweter-Kent radio, good condl- DelMonte Bartlett II
spent the week-end here with -
n.$lO. Box :582. Starke, Fla, It her mother Mrs. R. S. Fernandez.Mr. PEARS tall 12c CORN 3 No. 2 Cans.
-'R SALE Cabbage plants. YOURS NOW! can _____ -- -- -__25c I

Wakefield, Succession and Flat and Mr*. Glen Searing and
'tch 13c: per 100 $1 per 1000. two children are spending several TURKEYSAND ,
"n sets later. A. J. Grltfls.arke. weeks at Callahan where Mr. Sear- JELLO -
Florid- 11-24U Ing is looking after business in- DUCKS! -and say--will the folks 'round your -

JR I SALE terests. Thanksgiving table rat If you serve them one of our
-Genuine Missionary young, tender, corn-fed hen or gobblers. Just OR iT
Vberry p''ats, grown froBJ i t r)... A. Reynolds returned to Richmond t & 0
'em "load up" on turkey and MOIK :
\ turkey] .
of Allen ITnrMrtM of Mary- Va., Monday where he Is an They'll -
"<", let last February, $U>O per employee of the Seaboard Air Line "clean up." ROYAL GELATIN ,

'\\WInd f.o.b. c .stleberry. Free, Railway, after spending several HOW MANY\ POUNDS' PHONE 2TisoiVs y.
Plea upon request. N. P. Thur- days here with his wife at the
ad, Castleberry, Ala. home of her mother, MM. E. F. i Meat Market Package-- ____5c Pound -- --.=- --- __ 14c '34-pt.jl4c; Pt.. .25cii

10-27f4tll-17| : Johns, on South Walnut Street. _


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) ..t Jia....:f ma ..+ral..egrwu.ar7b..wfrat. a l.e_ r STOP GETTING UP NIGHTSLax Stnte of K.ntucky.thai Yuu '",,tOHDKHEU -''f"I.:
Hints To Housewives ,
are required t 0 ape, '
e The Bladder With day In December A ''I)

: I rrllll1-e;;: ,I : r Oil Buchu Eta Juniper amendedvandn'uoiI,,!, "
Demonatratlon >
: LIVE STATE NEWS complaint filed 'I'' I
Drive out the
I FARMERS SECTIONConducted I Specialists, Tallahassee. acltlH that impurities cause irritation and exOPHX -, of wherein you In the the Mi"" "''I"'
ti burning .and frequent dexlra. Junl- tore"'lo.e comuli'",II;, ,
I IeM ; "
Conducted by Demonstration DAINTY DISHES FROM PECANS ,I News of Florida in Short Paragraphs pvr form oil of IK ULIKKTS pleannnt. the to bladder take In laxa.the firm claim and of each prior certal"Ilrn i,",',,,'.",,, ,'. "'' "
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Li!' also containing. Huchu leaver, lowing described ,,, ,' ,j' ''
eta Works on the bladder almllar! In 1-tradford Count"V..r" I"'
rerun Nutora to cantor oil on the bowelM Get a The SB14 <2 ,, i,, '
Measure one cup of pecan butter, ,. '" '" 250 box from any drug Mtore. After of SK*, of Sectional\ :. ,I K', 'I'
... .n.uaor..a aV"r1a115rar+1 7auo / a---- ---- w .a w- wr- --- four day It not relieved of "g-ettlna at the Northeast ? i,I",
r, -- -- -- one and one-quarter cups of raw up nlghtn" go back and Bet your 2$, Township n corn, i 1
peanut butter two of water, money. If you are bothered with and on"V II", k' ,
cups run South '
Production CreditIs OLD MAP OF CAPITAL WILL INSPECT EGOS backache or leg: pain caused from feet. thence I i',;'
two teaspoonfuls of salt, and one Went idZ'i' ,
blncliler, < disorders' are bound to ? '
RURAL TALLAHASSEE-Florida citrus North 1020
ProvidedFor cup of cornstarch or flour. Add I TALLAHASSEE State Libra- feel better after tn.u annlnir .and feet to point feet I thin''? I '"""
F COMMON SENSE Being the salt to the water, and dissolve can W. T. Cash has Just receiveda Inspectors are to Inspect egg's imported you net your regular .Mleep. Mltch- Township 8 South of b"ltl',;"', S,
of a of the into Florida over the high- t-U'a Drug store says UUKET3 In a and Bradford Counl"T?'
State Growers the starch and butter In the water photostatic copy may bent Belter.In hereby ;", Rot;'
SPUDS JOHNSON City of Tallahassee, drawn in 1828, ways. The new duties are to be designated a. ,II l ii,, ,[
,y; a By 1 adding a little water at a time to which this notice .1 I, '
1I I keep It from getting lumpy. Beat four years after the capital was tied In.,with the work of seeing the Circuit Court fit BradfordCounty. llahed. once each week f"?" 'i h.

i le i-- BRIGHTER nUTLlVEATJlOIE That farmers need to borrow to for five minutes and pour Into laid out. The map shows an area that no green or unfit fruit is Klortda; No.* In 1101 Chanrerr.CUM Bocutlvo Witness weeka. the ,Honornlil Ioou
i OUTLOOK save their homes and farms and to of one-half mile, with the transported out the state. A state kin. an ;
square of
; : PROGRAM: cane. Steam for four or five min- A. D. Ware Complainant, vii. JamesE. thin thin "i'
;r secure funds with which they can utes. capitol/ grounds and four accompanying law requires all eggs brbught into doodfellow et al.. Defendants. Meal ford of Court In S tnrkes''
''t,, STILL NEEDED ON FARM: grow crops and raise livestock, and squares, each named for a the state to carry a label on the ORDER OF SERVICE of October County, 1K33.Florida, thi, !It'
Bran Nut Bread
that the Federal government Is actively general In the army In the center. crate naming the state of origin, NOTICE TO APPEAR A.
of not loans and meeting Use one-half cup sweet milk, one THE STATE OF FLORIDA: (Official rforkV-V,11' "
Although some un may making the packer, the weight and whether "lIlr."r,
of bran one-fourth brown To William Dawson and Jim Daw. Seal: ) '
noticed Increase in our the credit needs of farmers was cup cup l Csum'' .'J
have any shipped or cold storage eggs. eon, the residence of each of whom Knight Knight ,
farm incomes, the economists from explained by A. F Lever of the sugar, one-half cup water one tea- BAY TUNNEL SOUGHT la 4603 Crittenden Drive In the Cityof Attorneys for Complm stm' 1 .1"1.",
spoonful salt one-half cup pecan TALLAHASSEE The State Louisville, County of Jefferson,
{ Washington told Florida county Farm Credit Administration, locat- -- I iia.1If ,
.. I''. and home demonstration agents at ed at Columbia, S. C., to county meat chopped, one-fourth cup molasses Public Works Advisory Council has THREE YEARS TO PAY ._ -

their conference recently that conditions and home demonstration agents In two teaspoonfuls of baking received an application from the TAMPA-U. S. District Judge

in farming on the average conference at the College of Agriculture powder and one-half cup raisins. Tampa Bay Tunnel Company for a Alex Akerman has ruled in Federal Wake Up Your Liver BiiWitha

': throughout the United States are recently. Mix: sugar milk, and molasses together loan of $7,500,000 for constructionof Court here that Barron G. Collier,

improving slightly. This ia encouraging Lever la. a former member of sifting the dry Ingredientsinto a vehicular tunnel under Tampa advertising magnate, may have
;1.. this mixture, dusting the raisins three to retire In i
d $17,000,000
; 1 not only to farmers but Congress, and Is a co-author: of the Bay. The application was taken years
I'' '' to people In every walk of life, for Smith-Lever Act which established and nut meat with a little under! advij.errnjuL-. The company debts. The court order terminated Calomi(

k I other reports show that farmers! county and home demonstrationwork flour. Pour Into a buttered bread propbsud to construct the tunnel proceedings started last May when
pan and bake slowly for two hours. From FInellas. to Collier suggested' the moratorium
are spending more money. 1914 He trib- Point some point this
already In paid a high And You'll Jump Out of Bed bile !I. not flowing
Steamed I RreudMix to his creditors in order to
ti :; When they get more thay spend ute to the agents, saying that they Q'ulI across Tampa Bay In Manatee plan in the Morning Rarin' to Go food doMn't dlgeit. It Just d...,, |h,
::1 ''yy more, and all channels of trade are the greatest source of Informa together and sift one cupful County. A franchise for the tunnel prevent disastrous liquidation of bowels Gai bloat up jour ttonach.)
benefitted a result. each of cornmeal, graham or rye was granted by the 1933 Legis- his $40,000,000 assets at this time. have a thick, bad taste and jour b
1 j are as tion and help which rural America! If you feel sour and sunk and I. foul< akin often break
The ecnomlsts say that there has today. flour) and white flour, three- l lature. \ No opposition was expressed to the the world looks punk, don't swal- l.hen. Year. head ache and vw out, feel m I,
fourths tablespoonful of baking plan by creditors low lot of salts mineral and out. tout whole ly.ti-ro
a water
? are now about three and one-half He urged the farmers of Florluaj n pas
f |I soda, one and one-half teaspoonfuls oil, laxative candy or chewing It takes those Rood oldRT
than a
million unemployed to: take advantage of the production CATTLE LITTLE LIVER ,
-' I lot salt. :Mix three-fourths cupful gum and expect them to make you PILLS g.' ,hen
., 'I year ago. Payrolls are increasing credit associations now being LAKE CITY.-Dan Howell, presIdent ARID SEBRING pound of bile flowing fieelv rod
suddenly sweet and buoyant and r
slightly. Monetary changes and set up in Florida counties for Securing of molasses and two cupfuls. of i of the Howell Turpentine SEEKING Prohibition may full of sunshine. you feel "up and up." They nUim'
durful harmloM,.
crop adjustment activities are funds! needed In producing sour mixture milk into or buttermilk.dry mixture Pour and wet stir Company with headquarters in come prohibition may go but For they can't do it. They only tract., amumlnir when. gently It come"I',, to yar ni,
fl- tending towards an upswing in : crops and growing livestock. Olustee and Lake Butler expects It affects not Sebring at all. Deedsto move the bowels and a mere move- the bile flow tr elr.
business. Certain lines of manufacturing Two field men of the Production until well mixed. Add one to one in the near future to complete one property sold when the city of ment doesn't get at the cause. The But i particularly textiles, and one-half cupfuls of coarsely of the and for CArter' Little. Liver Pill
Credit Corporation of Columbia aren largest game reserve Sebring was founded more than reason your down-and-out Lrokjot)
chopped pecans, put into well\ is soma Carter1. Little Lin" r l'lll ._
shown liver.
; have appreciable Improve cattle ranches In the state. With feeling your It should
i Florida and In with twenty contain a clause the ,
co-operation molds them two- years ago on red label. R. H nt BtI.-
greased filling
ment. county agents, are establishing local some ten thousand acres reservedon restricting the manufacture and pour cut two pounds of liquid I I I ubitltute. 25* at drug ".?,., "
thirds full. Cover and steam threeto bile into bowels
the Howell your daily. O1931 C. M. Co. tl"
Taking all these factors together production credit associations three and one-half hours. big: tract of land located pale of "intoxicating liquors" on .
the economists bplieve that the he said. on the Lake Butler road, Mr. the property. Beer and wine do --
Pecan Biscuits
lot of the farmer Is going to be Every eounty In the state will Howell will have the ranch under not come under the ban both having

t slightly easier during 1934-only have an opportunity to participate Sift together two cups flour, fence within sixty days, so It was been declared non-Intoxicating, FUNERAL DIRECTORSOur

slightly easier, however. No phe I..a the organization of one of these four teaspoonfuls baking powder stated by Clifton Howell, vice presIdent but whiskey and other alcoholic
nomenal increases In income are associations between now and and one-half teaspoonful salt. Cut ( of the company. Mr. Howell beverages are barred, regardless of Many Years Experience Makes It Possible for Us to Render

anticipated. But It does seem likely Christmas and the associationswill i into mixture two tablespoonfuls resides In Lake City and is recognized repeal of national prohibition or EFFICIENT, PROMPT: and COURTEOUS SERVICE:

that ruinously low prices for be equipped to care for the shortening. Add three-fourths cup in timber circles as one of the state's dry laws, as far as the MODERATE PRICES

farm products are about to be farmer's every need in the way of chopped pecans. Mix thoroughlyand the leading producers in turpentine sale of "hard liquors" within the DeWITT C. JONES COMPANY

overcome. Things are assuming amore production credit, he added add three-fourths cup milk In this state original city limits is concerned. STARKE FLORIDA

i normal aspect. ""The aim of the Production gradually,, working it in with a

ti On the other hand, these special Credit Corporation Is to provide I knife. Drop on floured board and r. ---- -- -----.--- -- --_ -.. ---- -
roll out one-half .
lets of the United States' Depart- permanent and adequate means of to Inch thickness.Cut -
with floured biscuit cutter and
ment of Agriculture tell us that we procuring credits for the purposeof I '
7 bake fifteen minutes
at de-
cannot afford to relax in our live- producing crops, feeding and 450

at-home program. It la still vitally rasing and fattening livestock, grees.

t necessary that we grow as much poultry and livestock products" he a;

as possible of the products used at said. lie explained that there pre Bigger Farm Income
I home on our own farms. Growing election credit coporatlons, twelve
Y;', { our products at home and reducing In number one for each Federal Shown By Sales Of Legal

Pj' our cash expenditures have been Land Bank region, have been set
Ij"' our redeeming graces during the up as a result of the Farm Credit Products Of Farms

I I past two years. We must continueto Act of 1933. The corporation I

produce our.own requirementsin which serves Florida is located at !i!i Increased farm income In dome

unbated quantities.The Columbia. 0 1| section if the country is being reflected -

Increase In income will be so "Each regional corporation has a I I in greater sales of miscellaneous -

small that it will be taken up in capital of seven and a half million commodities which frm- Carry the Following in Stock
dollars and Its functions will be to :
4. purchases of clothing and other articles ers buy. On some types of sales

.', which we must buy, and Inattention 1 1q organize, provide Initial capital 1 the volume is at least twenty-five

to the health of members for, and supervise! the operation of per cent more than a year ago, according .

of the family which, in many local production credit associations to reports received by the
+1 cases: has been neglected. In communities where there appears -1 Agricultural Adjustment Administration Warranty Deeds

y. The Agricultural Adjustment to be a need for them he and compiled by Louis H.

Administration is encouraging this said"It will be the duty of the local 1 I i Bean ecnomic advisor Bills of Sale

practice by making available for production credit association to In the South the volume of purchases -
growing products needed at homeon has risen much more than
make loans direct to farmer bar
the acres of )land taken out of this because of the sharp rise in
rowers and the association will, in Short Form Chattel
' cash crops and rented to the Secre turn discount the farmer's notes far income from unusually low a aj Mortgages

tary of Agriculture. County and directly with the Federal Interme levels. This improvement was due j .
home demonstration agents of In large part to the cotton and to- "
diate Credit Bank, thus obtaining : '
Florida are going to continue to additional operating capital. bacco adjustment programs. Simi- ., Mortgage DeedsTurpentine

encourage the practice and it t is "Loana made by the production lar effects are being noted as bene- -;' "
that follow fit payments reach communities in '
one all of us may well '
credit associations
1 a ... will be for such ,. the v &
I *"""r" wheat and corn-and-hog belts. Leases
w periods as will make the note given : '
.- A Florida hen owned by E. P. by the local borrower mature at The Increase In prices of'agricul-' ', ?: .

Witt, Jacksonville, was the third rural) commodities has been uneven .
the time the
' best layer In official egg laying security same for the loan crops Is pledged maturingand as I according to the Adjustment : ; Agreements for Deed'

', contests of the country last year. being marketed. Livestock Administration. Thus far price improvement ; I,i: ;: fjiI": : .
She made her record at the Florida has benefited wheat, I t 4 ;
loans will be made for periods of .' I
contest, Chipley, receiving' 3.4 3 from one to five years, and will be cotton, and tobacco most dairy Land Contracts ;
and ,
for hogs somewhat, and a numberof )
points 317 during the i "
eggs repaid from the receipts of the farm products little. ,' *-> x, .! ;,
very .
r year. herd it is sold. .
as In general, farm prices at the : ; ,
"The machinery which has been end of October had a purchasing Plain Notes :. ( .r
e Mountainous surpluses mean set up by Congress. under the Farm power about ; ,
twenty-two cent
lower prices for farm products. Credit Administration per t ." ,
la not Intended greater than : ,;:,
they had March, .
The Agricultural Adjustment Act to give the farmer an easy when it was only half as much as. '\ Retain Title .' : :
t: 1: alms to reduce surpluses. way of getting into debt. in the pre-war years. Farm receipts -< I Notes < :
"On the contrary the real purpose I '
i including benefit payments "
of the Farm Credit Adminis during September showed a much :, !,( .
VNE RVE tration Is to get the farmer out of
greater increase in purchasing '
St debt by furnishing the means pri power over the low level of last Also the Following Signs: :
yl marily of refinancing.his existing March. I ;

.,P r debts on such terms and with such The returns from farming should )
rates of Interest as will enable him be ,
greater during the coming year .
In the course of time to bring him than in recent months in the opinIons For Rent :

.:t .,' self and his operations to a practical of officials. of the administration. Signs : ; ::
cash basis," he concluded, .

r The rise In industrial prices :.- ;:;: ., 'y. r Lj',:.

i omitted Among from the the old-time latest remedies medical 1 which took place recently' has ap .. %: .. Closing Signsc ., "

parently checked, accordingto
books in England are camomile the administration, and prices Y \ t' :; } '
and leeches. No ..
n paid by farmers have remained Trespassing Signs : .

1v ''POSITIVE RELIEF practically uncahnged during the ,
eight weeks of September and Oc- .. "
,; { J..,
FROM tober. Consequently as gyp' t'
factory '' l '
payrolls and other And Office ;
consumer Incomes '
PILESArooimlnc Supplies: f;
are raised they probably will\ .> y a

i-Mta pale ekaa.wjt not be accompanied by further "f.iH; ; ; :;."

eoothlnc eomfor*--aJmoit IataM1 rapid advances in industrial prices, .' ',., .,; :". ".,'
', UP TO 701D' Mn ID werlbr ,.. That U tfc. reUel ALL as they were last summer. Farm- Carbon :
r .rerr nerve at high tension. ..u- ......-. obtain fro_ HEM ers should thus be able to obtain PaperTypewriter :' ; L\ { ,

No wonder yon' sna> at the wife nEE. W. support tkU .tate.sswith t more for their marketing of 1934{ '& ,'M,
awl bark at the children. _..,........ (._..!**. as consumers' incomes expand. / "
Wateh out! Overwork If you are tortured bv pile Torn Ribbons \ :'-" .

,. Borra may lead to BleapleM* .... probably triad many ._011'*! Slot devices and which .
: MSB, Nervous Ue. Nandaehe care*. Do Mt J.d..MEMO-FREE games ;
oo* Indigestion and a host efotbar b,. pat UappoiatmeaU. It. aetioai have become popular In the United ; > '

UBpa! ..ant dutturbancaa. positive, almost nUraealom. ia States have been placed in nearly Rubber Stamps \ .
Why don't you try Dr. MltaTKfferrMeeat ..... ., tebis., bleeding, _sternal every seaside resort in England. .
a+ Nervine TablatsT protradlaff, or lateraal pile*. .
Just one Ina half class oCwater R._.."'* bow joyow lif. wao s Archeologists have uncovered an

a makes a pleasant, spark* .for. Ylol... pain tabbed. yoa ancient burial ground above a still
Hug drink deDgktfoIIy soothing Into dan mis.r,. Ragaia, that more ancient cemetery near Oxnard -
to orer-tazed nerrea. priceleea ...ppl....* or .....i.. for Calif., taking 121 skeletons
Dr. Miles Nervine .hi now and .. .. HEMO-FREE. If roo 1 from It. Bradford
t aada in two forms-Liquid mod "with pay poet.... upon d.II....,.. County Telegraph
Kfferreaeent Tablet. Both have Send Ida eoupoa today. NOW U
in the United
the same soothing ef.tie U.. bait tim.
States for highway constructionhave
4520 W... Pica 81.... averaged one.and a half billion -
O'Ft."Ut.BS.: : )Loa Aa..!.., Calif. dollars year.
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i (jyjw i it i lamp unto my feet, and i light unto my path.-Psalm 119105.: IT will IS be good no now need to to'learn curb that our ppe-there I G N& AL t

THANKSGIVINGStarke cites for grapefruit this season in spit 1
QltlnrdfUf rl1UU All religious teaching, doctrine or of the great hurricane damage. There
: creed, it they are to have any claim will be plenty for all at moderate !
p 1 rte, love, loyalty and devotion of the people, must bo in harmony with Florida, prices. ()
I ,china of eaus the Christwhose words fit into every fold and crevice'ehumIKEeart Nov. 20, 1933. Celery la one of the beat fall vegetables -
it was said in Joha7:46: ,"NEVER MAN Editor Telegraph, delicious as a rellah. stuffed 1
h i off ." Starke, Florida.Thanksgiving or in salads and also good cooked, :
whether buttered creamed or braised
t t r/.tnrr of Bradford and Union counties are Invited to uae this de- Day will noon be In addition It gives a molt desirable % t

t 1 at for news of church activities, organization and announce here. What does It mean That: flavor to soups and stews. Onions :
p .\ gpnce freely given and no charge mude-the only requirement the women folks spend the forenoon beets and arroU. cabbage, cauliflower !
i Unit such Items reach this ofllce before Wednesday morning over hot stoves, preparing and spinach are the best vegetable. }
I for the coming week. Sweet and
HIM they cannot be handled for current laaue. "cruel and unusual" dishes, while d '
white potatoes are also of excellent t basT"r j
the men folks smack their lips In quality. Some white potato added to a \

IIh [HUE CHURCH DIRECTORY the name of our Lord Jesus Christ,I anticipation of gorging themselves maahed yams or sweet potatoes help / ",
to It flutllneas.
thereon--and else ? rive
that ye all speak the same thing, Frying size chickens are availableat +11'
First Baptist Church and that there be no divisions The first Thanksgiving Day in attractive price and they can helpto i t

J .V..I .T Johnson, pastor among you: but that ye be perfectly -' this country was what the name make an attractive Sunday dinner. }

School IO:00 A. M. joined together in the same expresses-fervent thanks given Many market are alo featuring tb;
,.n, : teaks, roasts and chops from beef
mind and in the same judgment the Almighty for freedom from .
t ..rning Worship-11:00: A. M. pork and lamb. Dinner., therefore
Y f' (06:30 P. M. Now this I say, that every one of persecution. But little by little the need not be monotonous. Make your

ening Worship-7:30: P. M. you saith, I am of Paul; and I of l idea of the day has degeneratedinto Sunday dinner attractive, lay the
F Apollos; and I of Cephas: and I of that of an eatfest without, Quaker Maid Kitchen
Invitation extended to si i I
cordial '
Christ Is Christ Divided? Was much thought of thanks to the Low Cost Dinner h4 l 1 r t '1n ,
lervlces. ,
tese Paul crucified for you? or were Giver of all good.A ;'L
Seven Roast Veal Baked Potatoes
you baptized in the name of Paul?
Methodist Church person may not accept the ac- Buttered Beet
For" Christ sent me not to baptize, cessories the creeds have invented, Bread and Butter

F. Jones, pastor.day but to preach the gospel; not with but he cannot deny the existence ofa Cottage Pudding Chocolate Sauce r +r
School, 10 a.m. Tea or Coffee Milk
wisdom of words lest the cross of Supreme Power--an unfathomable -
r ruing. worship at 11:00: a.m. Christ should be made of none ef intelligence that heeds the Medium Cost Dinner
r ung People's Meeting-6:30 fect. For the of the '
preaching Microscopical germ as well as the Fried Chicken Mashed Tarn
L '. cross to them that perish foolish. planetary system; that adjuststhe Green. Beans
tnlng Worship-7:30: P. M. ness; But unto us which are savedit balance of nature as well as Tomato Calad Salad DressingHot
Is the of Cod. And I Biscuits Butter
r power human affairs--we see evidence of Coffee Bavarian /
l'rc"byterlan Church brethren, when I came to you It everywhere. A breath from this Coffee Milk

-I :v. George H. Lowry, minister. came not with excellency of speechor Power can make us or destroy us. t

rvices Sunday. November 26: of widadom, declaring unto you Why should we ever forget to Very Special Dinner :T1 : Z30J1/L

00 A M.-Sunday School. the testimony of God. For I determined thank this Great One for cur well Fruit Cocktail far

t 09 A. M.-Morning Worship; not to know anything being? For, no matter in what Baked Ham Celery Browned Olive Tarn y AN /NTG STN&ia ia i

ion by the pastor; theme, "Ex- among you, save Jesus Christ, and untoward conditions we think we Cabbage au Gratin TlO&IDAS
rzO&/DA 7lGLCOr
uin of Gratitude." Him crucified. And I was with you are placed, things could always be Boll Butter

30! P M.-Christian Endeavor; In weakness and in fear, and in worse.A Chocolate Eclairs MOST f' BYGONE I

1I 1 i r, Estelle Kendrick; topic, much trembling. And my speech year ago the outlook was Coffee Milk FAMOUSCVL I I' '
at Have We to Thank God and not with AGES r
my preaching was en- dark, indeed. Nothing but ruin in CLOSING OP llAILSEfft'Cth'e ,
I't ticing words of man's wisdom, but sight. No encouragement; the gen Jy.-" 1'1I0PEATY' rW

!3O! P M.-Evening Worship; in demonstration of the Spirit and eral slogan, was "the worst Is yet November 5, 1033 r ,00 .sTATzE OffLODA Ml/SfVM

r and sermon. of power. That your faith should to come." The nation was nearly Mall A/N4SY/UG/ 1 {
cordial invitation to all our not stand in the wisdom of
men bankrupt; first one, then another Train South Closes r "
ices extended to all. but in the power of God." Paul be- prop fell, and from the depth of No. 11_______-_____ 8:43: : A. M. .I

r gan his letter, "I beseech you poverty we could see still deeperthe Parcel Post. His great military successes in the the South, Sewanee, Tenn. General Kirby ,e

JNDAY SCHOOL brethren, through the name of our pit of starvation. Now all his No. 107___________ 8:35: : A. M. :' Kentucky campaign of 1862 made the Smith was born in St. Augustine, Flor. '
Lord Jesus Christ. He gave no Is changed for the better the Letters, Special
; ida, in 1824. He graduated from West 1
name famous
LESSON command, but pleaded humbly as a greatest ills we had anticipatedhave Delivery and throughout Point in 1845. ,
servant of God, seeking the welfareof not come. We are poorer Special Handling the entire South. One of the most 1
Among the more interesting relics at '
his fellow men. than formerly, but we are becom- complete pieces of work during the whole
the State Museum at Gainesville
FOB NOVKMBEK 26, 1933' i ing accustomed to it; the proud North Florida tw('

jbject: Paul in Corinth. have' fallen; the rulers have learned No. 12__________-.__ 3:00: P. :M. Civil war was his victory over greatly su- is the INDIAN BOWL of cypress wood

olden! Text: "For I determinedto how to rule; the extravagant have Parcel Post and perior forces at Richmond, Ky. In 1863 burned to shape inside and out. It was i '

know any thing among you BOB JONES learned economy; the slothful have Letters. he was given full command of the Con- discovered in 1932 by McIIampton Boston ',

1. Jesus Christ and Him cruci1 learned Industry, and the discontented Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday Only federate army west of the Mississippiriver while digging a ditch on his farm 4 ;

Cor22.: have learned that they had, No. 108___...________ 5:50: P. M. when he further distinguished himself -- near Alachua. It is l&Ya by 16U inches, f; ,

sson Text: 1 Corinthians OMMENTS and have, innumerable things to be Letters, Special : by his brilliant military exploits. After 714 inches high and has handl les. This ; 1 a

-18; 215.: thankful for. The unpatriotic have Delivery and the war be became Chancellor of the old relic demonstrates 'the skill of the ,
(reduction: Paul came to Cor- Id Y ON found that this is the greatest Special Han- early; ;t ?
./ University of Nashville and later professor Florida Indians in shaping implementswith
from Athens where he had HERE. country on earth and that they dling.

((bed, but failed to establish a should be thankful -for being citizens Nos. 1&2--__-________ 6:00: P. M. of mathematics in the_. University of fire. 1P'

th, He was discouraged by Y HEREAFTER.Jesus .. of It. The pessimist has found Letters and One of the oldest trade unions---in- -

(li,failure. Silas and left In Timothy word and that our land is one of unlimited Parcel Post. Great Britain is the National Cigar HOW \"OF,1EN P CAr! ?d \\\flr MENThe
helpers) were Mace- taught by resources of wealth as well as of Starke And Bell lJranehNo.101Mall and Toba.ccoVorkl.'u' Union,
'when Paul went from Berea ple that the Cause is exam-j brains, and that all will be well
leaves_ 6:50 A. M. which recently celebrated its. cen
,hens and when went to He told "I :
he His.disciples, again .as soon as conditions have
th Paul was alone and great- I forth as lambs among wolves. Get adjusted themselves. Conditionshave No. 102-Mall arrives._ 1:5O: P. M. tenary. hD MEN tViN

< pressed. the picture: Here is a patient, been abnormal; and the same' Motorcycles are gaining in popularity

out this time he also heard tender, loving, compassionate shep- Power that keeps the balance of 3milin Charlie Saw: in Asia.
the church he established at herd. He takes a lamb in His arms nature is now restoring the social Favor of Other Men

, Monica was divided into fan and puts it down with a pack of balance. The sun of hope Is rising c 441,
: Unless two of bile aspect them to rid of this
r.NOW'S pints: juice get pol.ODIhnt ,
,, and undergoing grea perse- wolves. ,, again! God is still with us: Let THE TIME flow daily from your liver into tlvatroyH your pomonal "h....... They
09. us thank Him! bowels. cnn't Jo It, for they only move out the
For your your food decays in tell and of ..
A Cod-sent man has always been your bowcln and that rlnth was a city of 400,000, your bowels. This poisons tnk. away nouifh of th. decayud pol..... Cl
not Lord I
hated selfish men. An unselfish "Judge our by feeble hard
I le situated about fifty miles by OYSTERSAlso whole body. Movement get Committal; won't help at nil
man who is sent out by Al- sense, and constipated. You Ret yellow Only a fro .Mow, of your bile. Jules will I r ,
of Athens, on the strip of top this I iluonjr poison In bowel
about four miles wide mighty God is a reproach to selfish But trust Him for His grace; tongue yellow skin, pimples dull one mild vcKntlil.., mxlloln your which I .t.rto The

sepa- people. They wish to destroy him Behind a frowning providenceHe BARBECUEThe ryes, bad breath bail taste 11\"s\ tfri.l.: .. .of bile JuPo )is Carter* I
the northern and southern ;: lr'U'N
g and they often do it. hides a smiling face. dizziness, headache. You have become culnmrl (miirauryk '
e e aa. Best in Town e : If would brine back
1 passing between Italy and And so, while we are pegs I ing, sour-thinking You you your
John the Baptist lost his head enjoyingthe nIi person. p.monal charm to win mm start taking
bad to be carried across thew good. things of the table on HALL'SBarbecue have lost your personal charm. {'.rt..'. I,ittle Liver Pills according to
because he made an attack on an i direction toilay. 2fl< at drug atom. 1
neck of land and while the 1411 Everybody wants to run from
official of his I consider Thanksgiving day, let us not forgetto wNra you. Refuse ".i>mptlilntl ju.t aa vaod", for It
i were being unloaded and reed day. my- thank the Giver of all good. But r PlaceNear But don't take salter mineral may gripe, looua teeth or acM,
self lucky. I have been preachingfor rectum Auk for C.rtor'. little J ,
waters oils laxative pills s's
the sailors from the ships than of a let us not limit this to only one day I I 1I? Seaboard Station i U..r. Pill. by name and ..\ i Ya
I((1 be turned loose in Corinthall more a quarter cen- in the year-let every day be a tive candies or chewing gums and what YOU auk for. CIUU3, C.M.Co. ____
tury and I still have my head. __ _
their dissipation and pro- thanksgiving day. The Power that there's one thin, u 1Li'
cy, which were "promoted by made us Implanted In our breasts
t emple of Venus (in whoso serv- God never offered any man an gratefulness and appreciation. This about a. pTTomi$ex
easy place in this world. Goddoesn't .I.Ir
were more than a thousand seems to imply that He Is not In- y cant out-live- +

''tessea who were nothing butesans" want messengers who want sensible to our thanks, lowly Eh' blame thin!"
easy places. Such men are not
: Peloubet .
,( ) While Cor- worms though we be. And let us
e:! rich it then dependable. When the crisis comes
was very was pray wherever we happen to be. i'
ably the most wicked In they always save themselves. God :
city He who knows our Inmost I>R. GKO. I? IUCKKHSOVS:
wants men who will sacrifice them-
thoughts, also knows when we RECTA CLINIC
selves for the sake of a Cause.
I len Paul came there ne found pray. But be not discouraged It
,la and his wife Prlscllla Jews CHRISTIAN CHURCH your prayer is not answered ac- CO\TI\F! OI'KHATIOV

had been expelled from Rome. When President Garfield a mln- otirdlng to your wish. Each personis Without III..n ned Interrnptl.n......rlft...I>run/lnne r. H. *. By Special Arrangements with the Leading Magazines of the 'pyi

v were tentmaker and formed Inter In the Christian Church (and a cog in one of the many wheels, the full operation of Jr. U.,. I.. Country You '1
Bring the Biggest Bargain of All '
rtnershlp with Paul who lived the ever elected to as It were, that work out the U"'k..n'. fllnle nt .....k. ... . I
only preacher .
vlllt The name mmrrrmmtnl anat.me.t
them, and they greatly aidedIn the Presidency of the United scheme of Providence, and we' and cunptrrvnllv method Subscriptions) To 3 Famous Magazines with A New or Rdnewal

his religious work. While must not the wisdom of ere ofrrrnl mil who coffee from Order for This
States his brother Newspaper
) ,was beselged by Pile and Itertnl ..I........ The ,
depressed and discouraged the ministers who were asking for this scheme, but cheerfully take ad...... rrmitlaa tha Mm*. IKIM: : : 1,
1 ippeared to him (Acts appointments to government offices the roles to which we are assigned. tin In Mtrrrt.WHITH ALL4ONLY--- .

I 101( I "Then spake the Lord to he answered them in sub- How do you know that your role FOIl FIIRR 1IOOKI.KT MAKE UP YOUR OWN CLUBSCHOOSE

I In the night by a vision, Be Is humble? It be
stance as follows: "If you are really may more D1CKEU!lON SISSON CLINICJACItsOYILLF
afraid, but speak, and hold not faithful gospel ministers, why Important than it appears to "fee :, FI.OHIItt ? 5
Hare) : For I am with thee, and I I ble sense" t ,kt
should you desire to step down i 00
Magazine From
un\ shall set .on thee to hurt from the exalted positions which And let us bear in mind the o J Group "A"z $

:: FIr I have muifh people In I I Cod has given you in His kingdom Golden Rule and take It for guidance : T/a azInes From Group B" I i ,'
ltv ,
And about that time I ? Here Is the pulpit, and ; it Is this: "Do to others as And ';
r and Timothy arrived to aid would be done This Injunction
I' down below It, are Congressionalhalls you by. ATLASThe
They continued in Corinth a and Senate chambers. Breth- has been called "the little 7'Yr.y ::;:rvtpsr;: ? ((1 FuJ Year) [ WHY PAYMORE
any.. six months, and founded a Bible." Loving our fellow men
ren, go back to your pulpits and r'r't
porous) Christian I ?
Church. remain faithful to the trust that means loving the Supreme Being. Standard Oil t r t '

t: Corinth the "Jews made inaction God has given you." Wise. words Abou Ben Aclhem'a experience may J rtf

with one accord against were these. be fiction, but It is fraught with a Tire GuaranteedOne Your Choice of Any One 'r' E Y :Your Choice of Any Two W
I.and beautiful lesson ''as are these '
brought him to the Judg- Magazine in This
the President'sestimate
Notwithstanding .Group lY1s This
1 seat. before Callio the Ro- quaint lines: Magazines Group P
of the
ministry, some pea Year '
governor. GROUP A vJJ GROUP n
ple seem to feel that they are call- iF
"He best who loveth best
r prayeth MtCalT. O Better Home V
charges tYf.l s
Acts ,18:17: says M.garin. i
ed of God to criticise preachers.And
'''n all the Creeks took Sosthe- All things, both great and small; NHN.NHNtFrigidaire D W oman'* Horn Comp...t Yr. Garden . 17f n YI
here is who Invites
one preacher For the Lord who loveth us HI Woman1 World
!* good 1
chief ruler of the syna- I D Pictorial Review_1 Yr. I ID e 7f
honest criticism because he
r"sent: and beat him before the )has: profited more by criticism, He made and loveth all. Scf_ PUy ......,.1 Yr. [ q c A.r Household MagaxlnNcedlccraft .; (.. .. 1 17f 1t M F >,

d' seat"th9 than, perhaps, by commendationand L-N. D Hollywood Marl M<{_1 Yr. Good Stories a a I 11' q
conduct Peloubefs SunBeb praise. D Open Road (Boys)_1 Yr. I e 0 Country Horn a a ::1 1ra
Jl notes says: "Thereupon 0PatbMd.rWkly.IYr | 0SuccessfulParming. II ,
I 1 Regardless of attitude to- War Veteran Problem. : JGOODSTORJES] a 1yr y f
Gentile : AL
friends seized Sos- the three year io O Progreuiv Farmer ::1 yre t
*!! 'he ruler of the synagogue wards preachers, we cordially Invite guar- 4j 1"-. Tt ,!pY T- ,,... 0 Southern Agriculturht 7f I '
lao you to attend our services, and 3? j1 l1 AnJ Tour Chalet of One I r {
probably succeeded Crlpus Not since the period of the world anted electric refrigerator j ,, Any 9
Who assure you that we do not believe Moxailnt in Group A
was evidently leading the War has the Red Cross faced a THREE IN ALL Y" i't.
::It that better than THREE IN ALL
against Paul, and gave him preachers are any creator problem In handling the
u srved beating." That was other people, unless they do better. claims of World War and other Tterani. t.

1 an act of "mob law" and it "The Empty Grave" will bertha Due to the changes in the OfFf }
iron; that Paul or his friends subject of the sermon Sunday at regulations covering I For sale, by THJS= fsa ace mnI r

1 4 hi.ve countenanced such con- 11:00: a.m. This Is a sermon designed claims, chapters all over

It Just shows our InflrmaLn to comfort those recently hare been crowded with .eterane'// tncloM ..C..... PWa Mad m. tKt Oat map InN r ,( ,

.a when trylrfe to serve the bereft of loved ones. applicants for relief and far Smith's Service There are no string attached to this cbtclctd with a f..ri' MlMcrifittoa u your mwsp.pa f; ',,)

"They Turned Their Backs onGod" in preparing appeal During last .offer! Every magazine cubacrtytfon '
'I la .ter missionary tour Paul will be the subject of the ser year Red Croat home service work. Name

In the city of Ephesus for mon at 7:30 p.m. Lord's Day era In 3.268 chapter. dealt with the will be filled exactly as represented. --0 4.4.'IN

*Wy two years and there School at 10:00: a.m. problems of 411424 ex-erTlc men StationStarke If any of your subscriptions are renewal
4 his l letters to the Church of Come and get your spiritual batteries or their families. The chapter also l 8 net or R.F.D v
Ith, from which (as printed to charged.W. aided 7.346 men still in the regular the time win be properly extended Y t ,

lesson we quote: E. DAUGHERTY, arm,. navy and marine corps Fla. ) Tw and fttmu __ a
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Bradford County TelegraphEstablished THKY -MUST HELP I i I 1)1.tINt1'EMUUI) ; ,I I'

You'veHeard >
Paradoxically, during the past Maybe I __ Jy II'i "

1877 few weeks, since the beginning of ,

.. Governor Sholtz's safety cam It But I .\" !
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Published Weekly on Fridays and Entered as Second Class paign, there has been an apalllng I .
Office at Starke FloridaE. series of automobile accidents on J 'I
Matter at the Post I I ,( ,
-.. -- the highways of our state These yOU TELL US I I I,' i ii iI

I. Matthews ._ .. _, .._n_ u ._ ________Editor and Owner .have continued ill spite of the Gov Thanksgiving: Is once more approaching i I:

.. -- ernor's orders to city and county and I Ijj again becomesour I

\ SUBSCRIPTION RATE polka] officials to campaign against arduous task to think up some
thing to tell you to be thankful for.
automobiles and In spiteof
: Yearly, $1,50; Six Months 75c-Payable in Advance editorials in all Why don't you tell us sometime
newspapers Last year wet said that we were
Advertising Rates on Application
: over the state listing in greusome thankful Roosevelt was elected and 1 i ,
.. -- -- ... Atet4opical hurricanes
detail fatalities that have occurredin that prosperity was at last round-

Every; :time a nail is driven it is a blow at the depression. their Immediate vicinities. Ing that much publicized corner es Rblrs ner all-fz sfe orzi'

I ,0 -- and a few other little items whichwe tit tht llNrtea'Slates durzrr9 f 3, l
During this period Bradford don't quite recall Just now.

i Add similes : Harder than getting the landlord to fix a County's record has been just as Well, we're still thankful that r

:, leak in the roof. marred as any by highway mis- Roosevelt was elected and that
I prosperity is still weekly an-
0 On October 22 ,
: haps. a light coupe nounced to be rounding the corner, .. ,

At this time of the year the less you look like a deer the struck a cow on the Keystone but outside of that we're going toleave r
road and .. "
eights killing one boy .
it to and let be
better off you are ; Injuring two others, The Saturday up you you ./'
thankful on your own hook. Cometo
o- night before that the driver of a .,-;-. ,
think of it, If we've got to keep

Laugh and the world laughs with you ; weep and you high-powered trol of it on the automobile Lawtey road lost ;con the reminding you what to be thankfulfor I { I
all the time, maybe you haven'tgot
won't be a bit better off. car came to rest in a swamp, its
so much to be thankful for,
o occupants Injured, but none fatally. after all.THAT'S, ,
On November 9, R. L Nettles, a re- /fer fuses:w/t&t
Well anyway, those who have two seats to the football lief worker was killed by a hIt. ff/vusK. anti :

game can be thankful. and-run driver a short distance I TELLING 'KM, AUT they j6rm a complete ring

o north of Stance In the past few Editorial comment' of the week: are used as a sine ***<*" of" ,
days three more accidents have occurred ,
The everglades, north of '
upper t&e/w I'
-' Some of our merchants report that business is looking in or near town. In all here (MiamI),,described by Inhabitants C

: up, and in this direction, too. three cases the automobiles were as "the source of the nation's Jyehrrdes.Islands 7
almost demolished, but no fatalities
supply of string beans," are now
0 to occupants resulted.
shipping as many as 125 carloadsof > -icra 4i2l

Now that we've recognized Russia let's hurry and find Our near neighbors, Alachua] and beans to Northern markets daily ,

\ out what color their money is. Marlon Counties, also report an Certainly] a great many string

o alarming] number of accidents. In beans.-Arthur Brisbane. :'

.1 Alachua County on October 13 a
Can anybody think ,of a worse combination than a steer- negro was killed on the Hawthorn TAKING OFF HEIGHT I

ing wheel and a pint of liquor? road; on October 20 two university The resignations, it was widely
> students were injured by a hit-and- i
rumored around the have
oNo treasury
,. run driver; on October 22 Bobby
J': Johnny, isn't keeping out of trouble because he's sick Treadgold, university athlete, was have only begun. Eugene Black, -
I head of the Federal Reserve Board,
; is month tilled and four other students se.
Christmas only
a away. en-i other high officials skeptical
riously injured when their automo-
"t 0 bile overturned; on October 20 J. about the desirability or the prac- c.r k.sn&.i..akes t

Some editors fuss about the freedom of the press when S. Shands, prominent lumberman, ticability of a massaged currency, ; hazes '

they don't intend to anything was killed when his car and a may retire aa aobn< as their exits been developed 6y +
say anyway. can be madev gracefully,-Ocala
truck collided; on November 6 lk 116o11i
i: 0 Banner MJ.Zeecklar / layj'f 'IIll
Charlie Jones, negro, was killed iT" -
; It's all right for a town to follow its leading citizens providing and five others injured In a smashup We'arena' ''little/ 'doubtful about lfttrI7' "Texas.us6asc6aJtaantf .H "JJ.d j r.

'c( they are going in the right direction. ; Mrs. Oscar Thomas met her the practicability, ourselves It / } :z>>f / V.r. T/tedfimIif
I. death on November 10 in a highway seems that the dollar is being reduced H4Hkin A.IY.WtQZflleca/(4ItS
o fast enough without havingto HeJ IiC
accident. A negro was killedat ..
i Business must be picking up. We saw a traveling sales- the same time and four other massage it. C

man give a merchant, a cigar one day this week. people Injured.
Headline in: a Tallahassee paper: course It would be a sort of breachof of the first semester. '

,i pIn On November 10 three other victims "Take a Chance" At The State bo Late ethics, but a lot of iclks are Then he went out to make I t

case you've been overlooked, the Red Cross here can were added to the list of dead Theatre still hoping that Dave Is not a good first inspection. ,

: dollar. when an automobile and truck We took a chance once but we politician, and they're downright The first animal] he Into
still be persuaded to ,take membership ran *
your crashed and burned near Max. didn't get away with it. Qlassify) interested in what he Intends to do. a blllygoat. He tried hard to fee
,.. iJ'l
o ville.
Another great American sport! is the descriptions of farm anlmd

,\ Nudism doesn't seem like such a bad idea when you're Several newspapers are advocating DEADLY I'OLITICIVNS By RUSSELL KAY slgnln' petitions. If there's any printed in the books on agricultiil TI

already half an hour, late for work and break a shoe string. road patrols for their counties. Another political campaign be- Secretary, Florida Press Aisunatior" thing easier to get than a name on but could not classify the spec! )
.. a petition-any petition-it's two The biUygoat simply didn't till I
This which has almost
practice ing not so far in the offing, we E
fi o Maybe Dave wasn't a politicianwhen names. Nobody ever reads one of Ashamed to display his If''
been abandoned the past
feel it our duty to call to the atten- h
I; ., Perhaps one reason that modern youth is no longer tied few years Is an added expense but tion of our readers a little article he took office, but he's learned I the darn things, and few folks even ante, on returning from his inn, Il

to apron strings is that so few mothers wear aprons If automobile owners must be intimidated appearing recently in the daily a lot about it since he's been in stop to ask what it's about. When I tion trip he telephoned ..o a fr I
: in order to make them Tallahassee During the recent Mrs. Woofenpuff of the BusybodyClub giving a description of the acto
nowadays. press which May or. not have i
drive carefully enough to protect Hardie hearing he found out about comes anklln' along, we sign and asking what: it might bt. i,
escaped attention. A learned
.,. I o their lives we feel that the enforcement affidavits. without question and the same description was as follows: 0e
prysiclan cam out with the state-
':: Little Eva .is worried because if Santa Clause is really of our driving laws can be ment that' to shake hands with a First he receives a flock of I when Colonel Hoosit drags out his I "He had large, sad eye v

.: working under the NRA he might not be: able to get all the placed! under the heading of nec- politician Is to throw: yourself in sworn statements to the effect I pencil.If roll of. foolscap and hands us a strangely long and beard his behind rough s i| e
essary expense. the path of a lot of fierce germ that the sheriff of Dade County, is unkempt | c
around before time. "
1 way quitting we could just pass some kind bare. I
diseases, such as stretococcus the biggest so and so that ever
of a Petition Tax in this 1 <
,such and suched. Then along came country His friend shouted back
WOMEN: TO WAR hemolyticus, straphylococcus aure- ,
,/ I I'. Nine deer have been killed this year by automobiles on a us, meningococcus epldemicus, another group of noble citizens a that dollar would for require the the payment of af-of "Hell, man that wasn t an v
privilege who
mal! That the farmer
who stand their hind was
micrococcus catarrahalis-not to up on legs p
highway near Daytona. Maybe some of us have the wrong Amelia Earhart, trans-Atlantic mention some others even harderto and swear without battin' so muchas fixin' your name to one of 'em, it plied for the loan" Tampa TK ; b

: idea about the best way to go hunting. filer, In a recent Interview offers a spell. an eylld that Mr Hardie Is would either bring in enough une. [. ofI0
to off the national
aMount novel deterrrent for war-let the Of course, .the politicians don't kind, sound, gentle and city-broke, money pay debtor a
all statements to the develop the greatest epidemic of He who his ethan >Ii,.
not- I values gold
mean to be ao laden and a contrary
: Dora Topic says that most people have found out women and old men do the fight germ writers cramp the country has ever accursed.JamEllis. '
lot of them wd'ulU be surprised and withstanding.And his God is ig'es
lately that life's hardest ups and downs have been keeping up ing, she saya."Women indignant if you told them they while the Governor must of known. Anyhow there's an Idea .
for the next
,;, appearances while holding down: expenses. should be treated no were-but the vibrion slptique are necessity arrive at the logical conclusion Legislature.

0J differently from men," Miss Ear- I there just the same. that somebody is a cock Sign Here______.______________
The author of the article eyed liar, how is he goin' to decide
: Who' would have thought that with war debts Hitler, hart said. "They should be drafted, that either take suggests who? It's a tough spot for the w
politicians ---------- ----------
,' Huey Long and the NRA to talk about people would forget made to do the dirty work and real to washing their hands with strong Chief Executive, but It's politics.

fighting, instead of dressing Now days it's possible to get affidavits ----.----.----------- nrh
I. it all in a vain endeavor to find out where Elmer is. up soap after each handshake or else MEN'S
... and parading down the streets."I adopt the Chinese custom: Whena anywhere, anytime, from r
a candidate glimpses a prospective anybody about anybody, good, bador

A surgeon predicts that there will be a superior race on think very likely this would balfoteer, he clasps his fists to- Indifferent., Bearing political era:

: earth in 100 years. Perhaps he's right. No doubt all bridge tend to discourage war," this famous gether, shakes hands with himself, false witness is such a common From Other Pens I FALL dof
woman flier continued. "Too, .bows low, and exchanges pleasantries practice that nobody pays any attention -
) players who trump {their partner's aces will have been killed It would make two nations liningup and cigars. to It, other than those,directly t

off by that time. on the battlefields] even more We recommend the second rem- concerned. U
.' ludicrous than they are now. and This affidavit racket isn't new. BOSSY IS RIGHT PANT
': '. 0J edy as being more practicable .
For a long time it's been workedto ,
J I A magazine that most-of really two "Also] I believe the oldest people infinitely more agreeable to voters. Despite protests made to the
says are persons the limit both in political cam- .
It's about time ,they got a break,
should be drafted first.
:; instead of one. We might get enthusiastic over the idea iflIt the ones who start war, and They if they are and nothing we can think of would paigns and in fights for removal ol State Road Department by bus to bi>: 1.Ii
companies, auto associa- time
k one of us could be left to entertain bill collectors while the knew that their verdict to fight give us more satisfaction than public officials from office. About tions and Individuals owners, nothing can Now is the Iid IiI.
the only thing a lot of these affi- t
watching a politician/ stand behinda Trousers
other one went off fishing. meant their getting out In the line davits Is that somebody Is a be done to prevent livestock from those extra I.e
big table full of barbecue and be prove
of fire would be
themselves they
ti' : liar, but the proof rests with the roaming the highways of the state, that old coat.
' 0 unable to eat it because he Is so match r
a great deal slower In rushing into
'tIt it has been announced by C. B.
The old said "Put shut If can'tput busy shaking hands with himself.] state
phrase up or up. you an armed conflict. In Tampa we've had some of the Treadway, chairman of the road tit

;,\ up some real effort to improve your home town and Miss Earhart's long and amazing SADISM prettiest affidavits you ever saw, department. Come in and I tya

P neighborhood, better shut your mouth about its defects, career as a filer has no doubt made signed by people who never existed. There is no general law in Flor-

: !' thinks the Nassau County Leader her Impatient with the average (Upon seeing, parked on the Again we've had 'em proven forgeries ida to force cattle owners to keep the large selectioof i-
, woman who is content merely to streets of Starke one day last and then had to get another their livestock from the highways.

0r stay at home and busy herself with week an automobile, plastered: :with I affidavit from the guy who was There are, however, several counties newly arrive* el

We advise mothers to leave this paper around where the thousand and one duties of her license plates from practically] supposed, to have signed the first where by special act of the

t daughter will be sure to read it. A we/man's magazine says household. It has perhaps made every known country In the world) one, stating that he didn't. Oh, It'sa established Legislature to regulations have been Fall Trousers-
control herds. d
her lose sight of the fact that most great little game, more fun than These
I that dishwashing will remove freckles and blemishes from women are physically not adapted Rather comforting to knowIt jig-saw or cross-word puzzles counties lie particularly] along the kir

I the hands and make them soft and white. to the hardships that follow In the : doesn't matter where you goPeople's Sheriff Hardie may be the victim East Coast, where the cattle rais- these an ,kiIt'
eyes are getting bags ing Industry is not of major Im Included among
, '. wake of war. If Miss Earhart Intended of political enemies The It'.y
0 to be taken seriously] which Worrying over) license tags. charges against him may all be portance. In the cattle raising Blue Serge!!, Cheviot .yu
:" "Kissing me spreads germs," is inscribed on a patented Indeed seems unlikely, she shouldbe Some of us are prone to thinkIf framed up, or on the other hand he sections the cow is a privileged Tweed* .ym

"health"bib. for babies. We know a lot of kids would be reminded that disease and cold we were the missing link may be as malfeasant and as mls- character, and like the heifer that Worsteds, and

!fife", would probably take the lives of a In some half-forgotten race feasant and weak minded as some caused Rome to be founded, can e
thankful if another bib with the inscription
, someone patent Wrinkles would not mar our face. make her bed wherever the a
" female army before they had an of those affidavits allege. I don't From
I "Talking baby talk bores me stiff." opportunity to fire their first shot. You can't escape the license ill. know anything about that, butI man finds her-If it to In the middle Sizes Range

! s 0 In Madagascar or Brazil I do know that Governor Sholtz] of a paved highway, the lia- 28 to 41 It
Miss Earhart's other The natives have to out cash ,
suggestion, plunk bility rests entirely with the mo-
faced with much
ii more importantand
They come a long way to enjoy Florida sunshine. An which, seems almost as impracticable That rightfully should go for hash, serious problems than this to torist' if he kills her and some of s

I, automobile bearing an Alaska license plate passed through however, Is more to our notion Or do without a dinner date decide at the moment, and if it his family. Prices-

how far these visitors If, by some prank of) the Just to get a license plate. Motorists coming Into Floridato
here one day this week. But no matter should be disclosed: that his valuable 9U
gods, It could be arranged to have Call me sadist if you will. enjoy the tropical winter days, 9rt
time and ,attention has been
I have to travel they'll find the worthwhile
, trip those who start wars go out and I stand and I admit a thrill ore advised to use extreme cau-
diverted at this critical hour, by
(ill' i O fight them, it goes without saying At knowing that in far Peru means of false affidavits and misleading tion in driving at nights. The cow $2.50 pity
' that there would be fewer wars, They have to have a license too. Is always
but rlght.-Tbe Breeze.IDENTIFIED .
: Al Smith says : "It's all right to have economy, don'tlet information, somebody
. and after the politicians had found .
false economy fall on our public schools. It would not do out what fighting was really like ought to be called up on the carpet $2.95 a;
aged from Federal funds withoutthe and given the works.It .
'j, the state a bit of harm if we did not build another mile of none at all.__ necessity' of a bond Issue. might take'a little time and -

j'. road for the next three years. But one single year that education o However, up until this time no effort and cost a little money to tells The Jackson (Miss) Dally News Ur
is neglected can never be brought back." definite progress in the matter of get to the bottom of it, but If it comment: story which requires no $3.95

: securing funds has been reported, would serve to put a stop to this
o We were" glad to see this week although letters are said to have obnoxious affidavit racket, the A city man got a Job as Inspector -

:) If you are still. keeping busy at the thankless task of that some of the women about been written to Tallahassee requesting time and money would be well loan for one of the numerous farm

0, trying to please everybody consider the story of the photographer town are taking an interest in the Information as to how togo spent, and since the Governor has ] Sam-no organizations matter fostered! by Uncle Y,:
proposed new city hall and armoryfor about getting the money.As been annoyed with it anyhow which one.
i whose woman customer refused to pay for a photographof Starke. It has been several remarked before, we are gladAs be this dilemma will cause him may-to Knowing nothing about farms J & R Sior

her son on the grounds that it was "terrible." A few weeks since this project was first we said' before we are gladan do some first class whip crackin and rural life he obtained aU the The

weeks later the photographer notified her that the picturehad mentioned and it is generally understood interest. They... on the Job, In an effort to avoid future imposi literature and be could get about agriculture Post <*** TI
that the city council Is in and they usually get what they go tion. crammed himself] day Next Door to

won $250 in a national contest. favor of the.work If it can be man- after More power to them! I. A good politician wouldn't of. and night like a college boy pre- tcE

... . paring for examination at the end
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