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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: September 23, 1938
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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NEW FARM I IS THE COTTON PICKER DOOMED? I SHERIFF I PURGE VICTIM I r :

,. ...... .-.-. THOMAS $100,000 i :
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PROGRAMIS ,'';. '.. : ASKS DRIVERS' I j Announces ForCONGRESS

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Stable Financial .JnoJ Seeks Nomination In

: : i t I Wants Motorists To Observe Se olll1istri t Empire Interests Sell
Plans For ''', ,
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>t'," I Driving Regii' Of State To I'ulp milCompany

Growersrht I n.'i" :i lations In County !

LAKE I'ITTLERT..
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Farm Security Admlnlstra- itt.I
Shmiff A. O Andreu yesterdayasked ,, Thomas who has served' Union The sale of 20.000 acres of land

tior is Initiating a new programfoi .... % ,. full CO'01)81'I1t1on of motorIsts County for the past fourteen in Bradford County for an approxImate
rehabilitation of low Income
the
I in Bradford County since the years as Superintendent of Public sum of $110.000 brought to

farmers in this area. The I II Aa many strong hands in $ss / Ii I employment of .j. highway traffic Instruction, has announced that he light this week one of the largest
of the former
farm j
fallacy: pro-I: Bradford County are pulling 1 patrolman Shvlat,' Andreu explained will be a candidate for Member of single real estate transactions In
Mr.
gram as seen by R. W. snowy white lint from hardened : that /employing/ of such I Congress front the Second Congressional ( many years.Authentic,

gen. Regional Director, was that I bolls opinions still differ I an officer was for the protectionof I District of Florida In Infoimotion
revealed
farmer
the without average an established was capital.operating He as to whether or not the 1 /1 1t I motorists pedestrians and prop. 1940 heie that the Empire Lumber
Mr Thomas, a native Floridian,
borrowing money in the spring cotton picker is doomed to I ertyHis / Company sold practically all of Its*
was statement follows: Is known In every section of the
the of other vast real estate holdings in this
workers
with which to produce his crop go way The Board of County Commissioners -i I District for his ability to handle
was repaying this loan in the who have become victims of county Sept 14 to Container Cor- ;
and has financial matters of rural and
employed a Traffic Patrolman Representative John J. O'Con- : city .
fall and having to repeat the pro- a machine age The controversy and It is my desire that I nor (above) veteran Democratic I I school "systems., Thomas baa received oratlon In of the America State of with Deleware.headquarters I

cedure of borrowing each year. centers about the de. he be given the most loyal coop- I chairman of the powerful House highest degrees, from the Indications that
are the Container
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The new program as explainedin gree of perfection thus far Nv ; eration in the discharge of his duties -I rules committee, ft'1victim\ to State University at Gainesville, will
Corporation
the State Meeting of the Farm attained by the cotton pick. President Roosevelt's "purge," los- being awarded an A.B. degree in acquired timber for use pulp its newly wood

Security Administration personnel Ing machine Invented by the 'It Is also n\y earnest desire ing out in Tuesday's Democratic 1932, and .a Masters degree In purposes at the Femandlna

in Gainesville, Florida, September' Rust brothers of MississIppi. that all residents of the County primary In New York State, but 1030Mr nlll, one of the largest of it'a kindIn pulp
13-16 1938, is as follows: I I Some writers say that the r7j ( abide by traffic rules and regula- winning the Republican nomination !! Thomas, who has traveled the State
The Admlnlatratlon( plans to set I tions so that this County will be- I extensively In the past few years
has been
up a definite operating capital for I equipment perfected come one of the safest for motorists over the Second District, has been The section of land Involved in
and will be placed on the he In reaches from,
rehabilitation farmers This sit the Hell-
all I pedestrians and property In acquainting himself with it's needs
amount will be based upon the actual -I market next year. Others the whole land r GIN RUNS I an people. He stresses, as main bronn Springs district west. tc>

cost of producing his Intend. : scoff at the Idea and say that "You are kindly requested to tifttnftt in hi.. n nnrttinri,m*.n t the Brooker.
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ed ,:rops and for his family sub- the Rust bi'others' labor saving j have your breaks and lights prop-I I need of pensions;; for; veterans; of _

slstence for the crop year, and is II device is tttlll far from A' ''i,ly adjusted, that you extend to I I This Week any war, aid for blind and aYpend- SALE'DA%

repayable In five years. At the practIcal an remind the other motorists every courtesy by i i nt children, and "I will support

end of the first year, the farmer I public that 000 cotton pick dimming your lights by sounding I I I 100 pt'I'cl'nt. the Townsend Old<

19 to deposit In a trust fund the ing devices have already your horn when driving around | AT FULL SPEED Age Pension plan," Thomas declared For Pecan Growers

amount of his operating capital, been registered in the United them, by giving; them half of the | in entering the race.

and then \Is to pay one-fifth of the j I States Patent Office The loadway by allowing sufficient I Ills partial announcement follows -
amount of the total loan on his I time to make intersection! by! ; : TO BE HELD
mechanical picking of cot- i 10,000 Pounds Lint
account In the spring this trust I parking close to the curb in towns "I am 100 percent for pensionsfor !
ton, on large scale, is still
fund Is given back to the farmer I a |I and off the pavement In the country -I Already Turned disabled veterans of any wnr.
nrnmlfm.. .__ they_ __
to operate that year's farm a vague_: n m Hav- and by giving the proper signals I am 100 percent for Old Age Pension
thus eliminating the Plan'l When, and if, the machine Is I when turning or stopping Out Here for aid of tho blind and dependent Helter Prices Is Aim

rowing the additional generally used It will throw millions of Southern cotton pickers out of I your car. children I will vote for Of Market Manager

the spring. The same procedure Is work The Rust brothers have given much though to this problem, "If these precautionary measures -I me local co-operative Sea Island the Townsend Old Age Pension

carried through for the next four I, and they say "We believe that because of machines like this we're are observed along with other cotton gin in Starke Is running full plan. I am for the Florida Crons- Here
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crop yeara. At the end of the fifth going to mov soon Into some kind of cooperative commonwealth in I traffic rules and regulations you blast this week, and yesterday M State Canal, and believe It will be

year under average COndltlOns'1 which people will be secure and nobody will have to pick cotton." will\ save yourself numerous annoyances P. Matheny said that twenty five I built I pledge my aid to Labor and Making an effort to help pecan

the farmer will have That sounds good, but Is a little vague. In the meanwhile, pickers, and perhaps save life bales of cotton averaging 400 I I will work unceasingly for the farmers growers get a better price by cooperatively -
amount of his loan and will have and property thereby making pounds each, had been produced ." selling their product. J.
like
the one shown here in the Clark-Bowers field east of Starke
go
operating capital for the next I Bradford County the safest In the since the opening two weeks ago. Thomas Is 39 years old, a resident S. Llsenby, manager, said here 'I
on working, apparently undisturbed over their future. Local
pickers "" Mr. Matheny said that the 10-
year. State. of Union County, but was yesterday that pecan sale days)
In the event that the farmer In- are paid $1.25 per 100 pounds and with cotton matted by rain, as it .- 000 pounds of cotton produced, born and reared In Columbia County will bo held betwen Oct. 13-15, sit..

creases his farming operations, Is here this season, they do well to pick 100 pounds a day. The plightof ,HAS: FALLARRIVED half of which was No 1 grade, was He worked on neighbors farms the State Farmers Market her.. ,

thereby necessitating an increase cotton pickers Is not the serious problem in Bradford County thatit the beet yet grown In the county when a boy to get books and, The sale days are being planned l
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In operating capital, these additional is In some parts of the South where cotton is practically the only ? since the revival of planting several clothes enabling him to attend In an effort to get all growers to

funds may be secured .money crop. "Boy but ain't this weather the ... years- -,- .ago.- .-.-. .. High School; .. He comes_fresh from. 1 co-operate In bringing their prod
through a supplemental loan which I berries" and other similar remarks mo gin IB employing inree men, tne ranK ann :me: or common people uct together In a unit, warranting
will be handled on the same basisas followed Wednesday morn- I and the season is expected to last I and knows their needs. the regular visit of outside buy.

the original loan. I I MARKETProject PREDICTSGood ing when Starke awoke to find until around Nov. 1. He believesI The Union County candidatesaid era who are only interested If tho

Applications for rehabilitation that a mere bedspread and sheet I that the season's total bales will that he would come before volume of pecans: Is enough to

and further explanation of this I! wasn't enough cover to stall off hardly exceed the 100 mark How the people of the Second Districtat make their buying tour profitable

program, may be obtained at the ), Is Term For the stiff bi'eeze: that ushered in the ever, last year's out-put was 133 the proper time to "stress various ?fr. Llsenby said that In many
Farm Security Administration Office bales, Mr. Matheny said. I issues) of the times" Cases sell their for
first Fall morning.For I _'IGUARDS growers pecans
in the City Hall, Starke, Florida Seed cotton, bought by local .- ---- low prices to Individual buyers:-
O. K. B. H. S. the first time since "way i
back buyers, was bringing about six who chance to paaa through. He
in 1937" did pancakes, syrup,
--. cents per pound he said This is I also explained that
I and coffee, have that appetizingsmell where growers)
VISITS that follows when one climbs I considered a fair price for cotton. EXONERATEDI bring together their products and
// a 8 Washington Approval Griffis Lists Four of this quality. I get enough at one time, outside
OLD HOMEMiss I out of a chilly bed hurrying to get i I William B. RosS, a prisoner )
Manager Matheny said that ha I. buyers, who will give better prices .
his clothes
To GetUllderu'ay Reasons For His on I serving a fiva-ysar term from
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Annie Htckle. of Clinton, : Many of the businessmen came believed the peak of the present Palm Beach County for attempted I are willing to visit on certain I
III., whose father, John Hickle, I! Statement I I season would not last longer than abortion days, -
out with their cOBia on, and even was slain by pllaoioniiirrlrt He
was one of the early settlers on' .nm.. n' t"4 I"'oft ......... 6..4 ., two weeks. I "In rnfitiliii linn of KIngsley Lake, was visiting old I I An Improvement project for the Superintendent A. J. Grlffls said I ;;;pin, "because; the' ;;r0i ---._ when he attempted- to"flee-a-Stat profit and get much falrur prices)

friends of her childhood days here Bradford County Farmer's market I yesterday that he anticipated one spell caught them with only a JUDGE GRANTS Road camp, Noma, Fia, Sept. 8. throughout the season by co-oper

Tuesday. She was accompanied by | with expenditures or $7,703 has of the best terms of B. II. S. in wrinkled coat to don A coroner's jury said three atively Marketing their pecans.It .

Miss Lauia LIghthall of Wapella been approved m the Washingtonoffice many years during the 1938-39 Finishing from a shave early INJUNCTIONJudge guards, J. P. Moody, Roy llazle Is thought that tile pecan
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III. I Accord to word session and listed four reasons for crop, mostly of the Money-Maker
of WPA. ing Wednesday Sheriff A. O Andreu wood, and Thurston Got, acted in
Miss Hlckle's father settled on received here today, the project i Is It: I exclaimed '"Man but this' is the A. Z. Adkina granted the regular line of duty when they; iind Curtis variety, will exceed the)
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Klngsley in 1877, near the brunch I, now eligible for operation at dls ((1)) New modern seven class I weather, and do I love It." We I Florida Power & Light Companyan shot Rosst In an attempt to escape 2)0OOO) pound mark this year in

which took, and still bears, his j cretlon of the State WPA adminIstrator room building, well equipped for : didn't go far enough to Interview I 1 I Injunction here Saturday to from the camp tho county, promising to be one of:

Dame. The family went back northIn I Robert J. Dill, Jackson- up-t -dllte teaching, housing 198 : the sheriff but we believe he felt i! prevent a power election in Mac- He was struck by several buckshot the best seasons In many years.
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1892, but ]Miss! Hickle has many / pupils. I the same way about these "pan- I clenny Tuesday Mucclenny soughta and brought to the Ilalfon -- -.--_ --

pleasant memories of childhood ville.The proposed project Is designed ((2)) A high school band, composed cake and syrup" mornings that we PWA grant of $70,000 to con- I prison hospital for medical treatment SECOND ,

days spent on the lake. to add extra loading platform of twelve pupils. who have do, and our only hope Is that by : struct Florida a Power municipal& plant. The I He died, officials say last SCHOOL UNITFinal

The visitor was surprised to find facilities to the present market. made splendid progress during the the time this news hits the sub- Light Company'Minjunction Wednesday nlicht

thai the character of the Kingsley I and work is expected to begin vacation. scribers It won't be ninety degreesin prevented It an the The DeWltt C. Jones Funeral approval on the second
settlement has changed entirely ((3)) The revival of football for Rtounds of a General Law In 1035 Homo, to .imo H.
i I I within a short time the shade. You can never predict that "Prohibits the 1 according unit of a three unit elementary
from what It was before the turn B. H. S. Twenty-five boys>are already Florida weather, and here's construction of Struth, attendant, said Ross' body
building for
follows the program B H S. here
of I The approval on a, utility plant of .similar character )
Ihe century At one time the participating and equipment crossed was transferred for burial to Luke
fingers until after
our has been
I received
heels of the announcement last by Supt. A J.
unless the
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Kinpdey area boasted fine orange I!I amounting to about $500 has been i press day, Fi,'Iclay. I city consents. The Worth, the slain man's home, Friday Griffin.
week that a submltal to Washington Judge cited for the
example Stat-
groves and other! furnished. lie survived ,
crape vineyards, .- night. was by n< The second
i had been made of $17,273. unit of the school
I a ute valid in
upheld the
crops. That was before the big ((4)) A cafeteria In the South case of I known relatives, officials said.INCREASE .
freeze of course. Miss Hickle re-I Improvement project. wing of the high school building FINANCESEXPLAINED I State of F'lorldvs Plant City ina ..---- j house building, designed to adequately;
elementary grades, will be
calls Other maiketlng facil- similar question la 1937.
a dozen or more early settlers proposed furnishing meals at five cents each IN built with an
. Who had farms near ities In recent discussion Includea to nlmnat______ linn. "children_ __ lallv .All I II The Power Comoanv's onDo l- ...- --. -approximate.... .. .--expenditure -
prosperous nn --- ---- ---
1 Klngsley. Today there are more cooling plant for the Bradford 1'n others eat for ten cents per meal "Bradford County Is one of the I tlon to the election: Was based on ATTENDANCEThe yesterday oc IUUU, air uruTia iaia

People (at least in the summer) County State Farmer's market The foregoing Items are entirelynew I few counties in the state that Is the contention that the proposed The first unit of the
but the lake Is entirely a resort here. to the school this erm. Football operating on a cash basis," A. J. plant would be In competition to enrollment at B H S has proposed
three-unit
school \
and there are practically no year- however, was! abandoned several -!I Thomas, clerk of the circuit court their Mucclenny property. The increased fifteen pupils since Mon- was finished before building the program.
of
round residents. DIRECTORS seasons ago. but comes back said In an Informal talk before company's franchise doesn expire day, Sept 12, when school bells opening
this term of school
T wonder what has become of this year with more enthusiasm the Rotary Club here Wednesday. until 1953, officials. Bald chimed to mark the beginning of Monday Sept.
12, and house." 106 In
pupils
All the old houses?" Miss Hickle MEET WEDNESDAYA than ever Officials and( school I The speaker reviewed the varl-,. A group of Macclenny citizens the forty-fourth term of school modern classrooms seven

[Wised, adding that she supposed authorities believe one of the best I I ous steps that are necessary in appeared with others Saturday I here.
ttey had either burned as the re- meeting of the Board of Direc- teams In the schools history Is in I adopting a budget and planning I.I.I when the injunction was granted. Prof. E. L. Williams said yester-

u'i or forest fires or had been carried tots of the Bradford County Cooperative '..UA'a U__A tvlvt W6'r* .Qr\wi,u..a A a WI-.AflHIH.. m.f*f.A*.*.-. .the.. ._.n..ntv' _.n" .IIn..n...._..._.._.._ .A..h___.. ,v.,_._".. _ansi__ ..-.. -. day that the totAl- enrollment now r
away I Sea Island cotton gin al Is out for practice at the field. also ;demonstrated the elaborate I In 874 pupils as compared with the
piecemeal people
by
was held in the office of County FARM ROADIMPROVED first week's enrollment of 839
looking for lumber. The high school band Is a very system In paying bills and keeping
'Not a thing remains of our Agent T. K. McClane, Jr, Wednes- creditable one and numbers rendered accurate records of amounts expended There are 196 pupils in the new
aId day afternoon. elementary school building unit
homeslte." said. by the organization prove -
""The only way I Miss can Identify Hickle It la I. Plans for rates for ginning baling that the boys are on the road to It was announced that regular Rudolph Andrews, senior super i Just completed, the first of a three P.A m J l '.

By the appearance of the land It and other work done by the handling marches In full grace. meeting of the club will be heldat visor of road building projects for unit addition to the school.

II barely gin were completed and routine affairs -_ .----- the school house next week the WPA In Bradford County, said This l Is an increase of forty.sev- Pa
distinguishable but when a man buys al
yoUcan says
tell attended to by the BOII'd.I where members will be served a recently that about forty men be- en pupils as compared with the
that It had been cultivated BERRY I' I car he 'In through with his old!
lunch In the school cafeteriaand work last | 1937-38 term of school when the
Dlany, many years ago." Members of the Board are: new gan Monday gradingand time neighbors and don't want to
I Brooker ACREAGE UPAn will be entertained by the repairing bridges on the Law- enrollment was 827 pupils
fl88 President, R H. Green Jr. -
Hickle says that there Is "i ,._ ___ bn bothered with anything but his
school band. A tour of Farm road distance of -- ? -- + --
a fascination and Treasurer, T. K high : Inspection tey-Stute a
Secretary of
back car If his
that draws you ; Increase of twenty-five percent any family get sick
to will also be made of the new about six miles. I
the Jr. and other Board Man SentencedJudge
place of your childhood McClane ; In strawberry acreage in the doctor comes and takes them
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days She visits Florida occasional-I members are Lorenzo Green and Bradford County la expected by I elementary building. Members will I The graded road from Lawtey A. Z Adkins l said yesterday to the hospital. If they die, the
Iy and C. Priest, of Starke, and James meet In front of the school houseat i I road connects with the State Farm them
always stops here to look B County Agent T K. McClane Jr. that Theodora James was sentenced undertaker gets and the first
up her old friends-at least the Rosier, of Lawtey.Certificate According to available figures 12-13: Instead of going to theWoman's 1 highway about two miles South to serve two years In the I thinK he wants to know is bow

few of them who still remain. *___ the county agent believes the acreage Club building. east of the Prison, and provides a State Penitentiary at Katford Monday I much Insurance they have so he

-- .-- Awarded will far exceed the 1,000 acre I" short cut to the JacksonvUle and when he pleaded guilty to lar-I I can fix the price on the burial

Revival Services State School Superintendent mark during the forthcoming season -y I Starke highway for farmers and I ceny of hogs In Union County. outfit

Revival Colin English said yesterday In Approximate acreage last Members of the Rotary Club en- I I others living In that section. Lake Butler man came before I: Ma says what she calls a real

September starts Sunday night. Tallahassee that a Florida teach- year was 850, but If strawberry joyed a fish fry at Maceo Hick's Andrews said that work will go : Judge Adkins Monday, pleaded I'grafter Is a city councilman who

Church, 25, at Deadon Baptist certificate, based on a two- plants are available this year, and camp near Waldo Tuesday night ahead at full speed in making the guilty and was sent to Raiford to works the streets near his own
| at Brooker. There will be Irg training period. haa weather conditions suitable he The outing was the result of an at- road easy to travel for people In begin his term there. He was married I home and does nothing for his

preaching- of Green by Brother Cove R. A. New-Everyone year been college Issued to Milton SponholW, j states the number of acres may I tendance contest and was financed that and other sections) of the and had a wife and two chil neighbors I
Springs. who It. dren. By W L. George,
Is invited to attend. of Starke. easily Increase to 1,000 or 1,100. by the losing side. county use .





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r-- The latter thought Is a dangerous "'lulinn In said, <'i.uri l'h".11, J < Starko. on thi i tel.l"n'- ..I Curtlflcate i emiirn title beneficial' "i, ,.
I i '. 1038. at 11 00 u'clock 1. In 'wood real pr'>pert In I
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Wvllbnk I IP plalntirr, R b. c t, ,t< SO nnd > 'tn:
HUSTINGS"with one 10 play with Our l Ivglalatoi Dated this the Ird ila>' of el'1'b..r. i 1 I
"IN THE El Al. are d.f.lllt., ':'an" lawn Section 30 Towimhlp A SoutlItange ra"'d.. hel'on aim

In the past have failed miscrabl No H05, the "". SJech.1 1938. 22 East, containing 20 Acres makes th .am.> hi. ,

In their efforts to give Florid Maitur liy, said decree al.oln. wil,, (OI'IU'IAL J.SEAL THOMAS.) more or less. nent another home or or th.. i iof p. ,, "
Lot othoi iurally
null to 'the highest bidder No. .mh'.a. '" ,
good government. Yet the people .aMh.l Clerk of Circuit Court of 1'.rlth..I. 85.28. 21. 30, 89 & dependem! '
In front of Ih South front Florida. 4, 20, 8. iL' 'I I.
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Bradford County 1.
JOE GRAIN have forgotten these failures anc 'lh" Krndfnrd f'ountv ('lu.thou.e I Wit of 44 Wondlawn. Sec .h..1 all .ntted t I",( ''1 ," ,
Starku. Florida, during the l"lall 9-9-3t-9-23. 31 Township R South Rang. ,.x, \"' ,, ., ,
_.. > In most Instances, returned the unworthy hours of ..I. nn Monday, .. ton containing 115 Acros, mor. ments for sncclul i 1"?, ,, "t..
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----- -- -- representatives to Tallnhassce. :In), A. l>. I 1038, the following p.m- I M>'rl-K OK "prl.I'" 110" KOIlT or I. and aa..1 Dollars ,

For the first tlmlx mlttee may be branded as a liberal tses Hltunte In Bradfurd Count} \. iNriistr > And.,'"nl.lnlnl In all 285 Acresmore contiguous real on I p I., ,,"I"' t ted
"p.
Florida, to-wlt.: Kill 1
( or
llbera In
In many years FIoiIda's group. Pepper, an avowed A "Tax Information Week" wa I>.ts 51, 6. 19! and 60. and N' ISIIKHHMYOIVKN. Thai The assessment of the said prop- Constitution.Article fi 10., x ". '" ,

la stli probably can wield tremendous Influence of Lots In Mrs Clara Mae Knlxht I holder ol ertv under Mi of said Cvitltlcata' No I'(? ,
politics thereafter.
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but the cltlzcns 6J 12N2 ;e"o : '
last I'1
launched April 60nek the AGudger 111. "
Isnued of Herman
in the committee's del Iterations Tivp B S. Certificate No. 109, I 817 was In the name bv the tfntltatlc-H. 1 I I'!
over a 'r.x |".i n
ring uneasily the less and A. l>. 1936ha of the said '
Florida forgot all about it when us more or .xcept- ( day of IplI"lb..r. the ..H""I..nt nion' with nihuiH.' ,i ,
problem which. In even to the extent of sI <- ing therefrom rlghtnfway filed (. nnd bin property Certlftcat l be ,.1, "I
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1/33 mny ,
week was over. Many legislators/ of 8E", .a ton upi ",
has I endorsement of dele N." U Hy. AUO 8\V ( for a tax depd tc No. H3tl In name of Unknown of the ,
Liberal, ordinary times ( lIrlngIts notably speaker-elect G. W. Wood, of tW of Sec 25, Twp 5 8. II. be n..d. ap.I..llon Said certificateer.iblucos ; The"a.assessment of the sal, thereon an thuli iiwinis. .. f*

been a cut and dried !I gates to the party's national cor taxation and tax revision 23 containing 19 acres moieor the following descllbodpropnrtv property under 4/3 of Certlflcat ems shall nppcai. i,,,",'., II.
are using ".
less, subject to taxes.T. th County of In the name ot Unknown .
In etnutlon
feelers are being putout ventlon. Hr.lord. No 841 was of more 11' ,',' i
"
one Already I for luncheon club speed FltANK LAMtnUM. State of Florida to-wi: ; the assessment of the sailproperty and Dollars Hhnll l :i,:, ,, :, ,

by ptospectlve candidates for But Florida's voters in cndora subjects now. It may be they cai Special Master.KNIUHT Lot 1 of ,' 81( 1.lvlnIAton. under ".rttl..t.. No. 852 one p""on 01 any ,, d

Democratic national convention Ing Senator Pepper did not endorse to the danger A KNIGHT.Attorneys Truby A Company's was In the name. Khali i |,. 'I.., ., \ |
arouse the public for 1'laltitlff. Sm-tlon 28Township be "
loll of NI'"f NKVi said certificates exemption nlluw.-tl ?
to determine If .1I'y; the Idea of a party split, of D-ia-zti-so 22 Inle. shal the "IX ,, .
delegates 1 ahead before the public actually; 6 Mouth lUinge .according to Ilw. ceed the prupoitlon! i, \
I liberal or conservative even' of a Llbeni Kitst. described therein be nation I>HM>(| on ih. >
should adopt n a ptirg, or the that Is due to com II'ol"Ue. :
feels
I I pinch NOTItKVt The assessment of I the snlil property highest bidder at the by such person, n". : si

platform from which to leap] I Democratic party. And when the' within the next year.If \ will offer for xuln to the hllh- under the nalii ,'.rtfl'al. Issued .Court-house door on the first Monday may prescribe aipi| ",>," ,.. "' 'ronable

candidates take to the< In lh name Month of October 1938 laws regulni .
to victory delegate i-xt Mrtclfr oil Uctobnr 8, : WIIH ( In the IL 'nnt
we admit that Florida la miserably Hudson motor i Unless said .rlltlc.t. shall be redeemed which the 3rd., day of October. establishing Uri"
has been little hustings and on the one hand, N.d.n. nurb.r ( I, .,:
In the past there governed by incapable legIslators 5H31Q7 name' according' to I.w. tha property A. D. 1938. exemption. !

campaigning for such posts, although promise 100 percent support tor and the legislator! C'offey.: Toms lUver, NI.Jr J.J lorI.O li i iHuptunblle described therein bo Bolt n'J edIIH the alt., day of Augu ---- .
.
numberA2H93. to the hlghent bidder nt the courthouse A D 1938. A JOINT
conteste Roosevelt plan even to< truck. motur t RESOLUTION, i ian I'
they are usually any have done little in the past tc door on the first Monday In (OFFICIAL SEAL) Amendment tn .Sr.i ,"" ". '.

by two or more candidates. It supporting a third term asplration that then Editor UEalSTEH MOTOR CO. the month of October 1938. which A. J. '10A8. tlcle 3 of the (Vnstltiu, ,, I'.

will be remembered the I and on the other hand i disprove Starke, Fla. the 3rd day nf Orto..r. 1938.Pated Clerk Court of Slate of Florida Hlni h.
1928. It I Peacock's idea Is an excellent 9-1(1-11-19-7 thin ith September, Bradford County Florida. Publication of Ni.ti, ,. ,, .'h.
aspirant found the problem of AI plead with the people for a return But unless our 1938. to Pass Local I or 8pt.jii I J "
one. 9-2-tt-9-3D.
Smith to about. to a government of the people and I MMIC.H OP VTION .'011T (OFFICIAL SEAL) TH-3 IT HFROIVJ1 Hv' t .
one argue is aroused first "PPI.I' l'li' ',
J. THOMAS .
apathetic public A. APPMCTIOKOIl \ '; ,
: ; OP
.NOTin.
the real test will! bf ,
But lu April 1940 convention: by the people I and taught to defend itself his 1 "'.nat. "11.u. 1mu: Clerk of Circuit Court of TtX n"En FLORIDA: That 'n 1',. r'' 'p

out made. NOTICM IH HKHKUY Thai Bradford. County, J'iorld. ( Illll No. l :.l amendment to Setti'"n \, '
delegates will have to come chief problem will be In weeding GI'I'N. I.n.t. 3 of the \
9-9-4t-9-30. j _
W S Jnhiis, hoMci, Certlflcale BY GIVEN Tha Con.ttuUuI i ", ,
flatfootedly and brand themselves I out the selfish Interests from the No. 121, liinued the 7th day George Keen, holder of Tax Cartlftcate al of election Florida. .I ?' ,,, '!''
In ;
as out and out New Dealers or at The lambasting group he plans to gather together, of tel.t..tnb.r.i A. O. 193(1( has flleU 10'11 OF APPI."TIO' FOIl No 475 Issued the 3rd. day oAugiixt In hereby agreed 1928 b.t". u,a i it V .'n
and has made application A. D. 1931 has fUnd same in .1"
New TAX I>KKIKrnst > "
1
administered to submitted
Democrats for
conservative old\ line The and to make sure that the final rO a lax d.ed to be Issuedthereon. < Illll No. KM) my office and has made application by the .ratlflcatl" i, 'J'r:j c.

wondering now Dealer William O Said embrace. HKHliBYOIVBN, That for tax. deed to be Issued thereon ton qualified olr i" -v*
And the boys are revision plan Is an impartial one, e..llfl..ta NOTICNlt a .. of Florida voting '
most in Californta. the following I described property Inthe holder of Tax Cer Suld certificate embraces the following \ II '.
McAdoo eral election
will K..n. to be
which stand appeal fostered held ,
Pension 0"011' i ,
just and not one craftily upon County of Bradford, State ol Numbered 351 dencilbed property in the her, A. D. 1838, that Ie .m'
r.apectvely. ,
to the voters. by an amateui his group by the smart boys with Florida, to-wlt: Issued Sept. 2nd. 13. County of Bradford State of Florlda Section of Article J .?,', b'I

politician who licked Com. 815 ft, Kant of Nort h..teorn.r August 7. 1933 and Issued August to-wlt: tutlon 2 the state of in" K
Vote\
Democratic to grind. 113
attitude of the State taxation axes 'li
The nf Broadwav and IloytWtreclH In my Northeast. of Northwest rd. '
i 1 him with a dream 7, 1933 has same Quarter be aonen.l.d so as to road ." -'
A JM & Hun North 105 feet, for Section 24 Township sated
Executive Committee will office and has made application Quarter In all \
castle version of the Townsend ICast 53t..t.. South 105 feet to tax deed to bo Issued thnreon. Said 8 South, Range 22 Kast In the preceding..gen I 11i't

have a great deal to( do with the plan Is causing political ZIFPJohnnie Hoyt St., Went 52 Mi f..t, to BeKlniilnir certificates respectively embraces contalnllj 40 Acres, more or laws. shall be general and > ,
pension ''tl
lx>wl Cor. In Section 28Townnhlp the following form operation
success or failure of these candidates. hearts in other states to grow 6 Ilarke., Range 22 the County of d..rlbed prop.rteaIn The assessment of the snld prop State, but In all .. throUlhr.1.Jrnet.>h;

And their stand; is not warmer toward the thousands oi Ka t. to-wlt! erty under the said certificate Issued "ted or excepted in thi ,
Floyd Wllgglns of New River, The unnpssment of the said property J'iorld. embraces was In the name of Lawrence the L"llalatul' may pane ml((,' I;
greatly In doubt. Although Mr. voters who are members of one under, the said rerlft.t. In- Northwest tQu .i.li Northeast Co. .. now ,, ..
Zlff this week. D.v.lopln& "
Roosevelt's purge had hardly got pension organization or another. was a visitor to sued was In the Idna C. Quarter A West Half of certificate .hal be after otherwise provided Ii, I ih,. .n tstltutlon

Mrs. Ellen Roberts of North Lewis.UnleHH. Southwest Qu.rt..r of NortheastQuarter redeemed accor.ln& to the ; PROVIDED thai nor ,
under way last June a preview ol Here in Florida very recently we of her sister nald certificate "hal he A Half of property th.r.ln will be special bill shall be passed .ca
the !
Washington's intention to take a saw two men who are destined to I Ii Carolina was guest redeemed according to the Southeast Quarter. of Northwest sold to the highest .. at the shall any local or special

snatch Mrs. R. B. Thomas last week. property described therein wil lie Quarter North of Public Road A court house door on the first Mon- l.hlnl or abolishing/ munKtofii.

hand in state matters was given i be political enemies in 1940 crowd from, here attended sold ti> the highest bidder the North Half of Southeast Quarter dav In the month of October 1938 t..a. providing for thelig '??

when the executive committee( met up the pension banner and wave It Quite a court house door on the first Mon of Northeast Quarter Section 24 which Is the 3rd day of October Jurisdiction .and powi. .1:
; church at Union Saturday and In the month of October 1938, 22Kast terlng or amending the
day
to elect a new the assembled I I Township 6 South. Range > h,
Jacksonville before
in I vigorously Sunday. which Is the 3rd., day of Octob.r. contalnlnl 78 Acres, more 1938.Dated this 1st day of September, p..a..d. unless notice ."I intAto ..

chairman. The battle developed i delegates to a state Townsend 1938. or 19IM.: Bpplv theiefor.hall 'lnPtibllHhed ...n

into a clear cut fight between 'Clubs convention at Ocala. Reddish Anders and son of New Pateil this 8th day of S.pt.mb.r. Certificate No. 1122 embraces (OFFICIAL SEAL) by law where In the mannai! ,,> 'ltt
I 1938. Lots I. 2, 3. of Block 27. Livingston A. J. THOMAS. the mater ''I u hlnr
this section .
Senator Claude Pepper represen- River were in Sunday. 8KAL Circuit Court of to be affected 1
Speaking from the same platform (OFFICIAL ) Truby A Co's Addition toStarke Clerk of 'd.
tatlng the New Deal and Governor Senator Miss Ruby Shaw left Sunday for A. J. THOMAS. In West Half of Northeast Bradford County Florida. which notice shall ii, |,ji'
on that occasion were Clerk of Circuit Court of the maln..r provided hin
28 Township 8-2-Ct-9-30 \ .o.t
backlog of the Conservatives. Jacksonville where she will be a Quarter Re..ton thirty davs prior to "'
Cone C O. Andrews and Second Bradford County Florida. 6 South 22 East. lt"" : ,n

And Pepper's candidate J. J. R. A. Lex) member of the Duval County 9-9-4-1-30. No. 1123 .mbraceA. Into the tioglslnturt ..if 'b
( ,
District Congressman e.rttlcat. Mrru i: bill. The evld 3nc(' that ..

Turnbull Montlcello. won the nom Green. Best political rumors indicate School faculty. *: of ."pi i.irvrio> KOKT ,& Co's Addition 27 Livingston.Truby to StarkeIn NOTK-n IS linilEBY GIVEN to has I, "I published thai: i ,tnb.

ination by a slim margin. And re- that Green will challenge Andrews 1 Mr. and Mrs. J W. Lewis and 10'11'. 'X IIKKIIMrnnlr : West Half of Northeast Quarter all creditors of the estate of G. W IKhed hill shall In the he Leglslnt'ii' :rb.
their punned. i .
to i '
( Hill % l' :iNOTICK > Alderman d.c.a."d. present ,
defeated Fred Kent, the political for his seat In 1940; but at sons, Johnnie and L. O., spent IS KICUKHY .CJIVIii.V, That South Section Rang 22 28,East.Township 6 ..1..lm. against the estate to the d.nc. shall he fli" ;

ntrateglst who placed Cone In the the convention they both indicated Sunday in Graham as guests of I L. <1. I'o vll, holder of Tax C.rtt- The assessment of the said' property County Judge, dulv sworn first to, within with Secretary the bi State'In I,'In M,fi,' h.
icate NII. 2K1 iHfiivd the Bth eight months from '
chair. Just before the Mr. and Mrs. I. W. DyaJ.I under said Certificate No. 851was publ..atlonof a the Legislature; ih.i' ,
governor's they will be 100 percent back I August, A. D. 1921. IIUB filed name In the name of Unknown: the this notice or same wi .)
and the fact that ,
'I Ii
election there were rumors that seekers and Delatha In my nfflce and hint made appl.uton of said property under b.rr..d bv statute of lmitaton.. MI .
of Florida's pension I Mrs. and Mrs. Starling assessment Bstnhllsheil In the ,.i' ,.n
deed lie .. debtors to par 1.11
to
Cone had tossed Kent ove'board.but will ask the endorsement of the and children of Lacrosse, were for a t.x certificate embraces Is..d said C"rtlfcat. No. 1122 was in. the as administratrix of.said es- In every case be rp.I.. rt '.,. v.
tb.r"ol name Semmes; and the assessment ellCn.d Journals. nf the i '
these were squelched when the I organized aged. I guests of Mrs. J. B. Thomas re the following; described property In of said property under tat. I foil of Reprenentatlvi. Il' he.
ALDERMAN.
of W. PH'I\
Q.
State MRS.
governor personally appeared on the County of Bradford said Certificate No. 1123 was In the ED, however no in ,nymich
will cently. Administratrix. puhl
The Townsend organization Florida,, to-wlt:
of Unknown.
name law i '
the scene to fight for the ultimate 'I'' find Itself in a rather ticklish spot There will be an association West 25 Acres of Southwest Unless aald certificates shall be 9-2-4-0-33 under .h.1 law. 'Illt"'.n'>.' 'lerc tprovlHlon

loser at Little Rock Church Quarter. nf Northwest Quarter redeemed according' to law the properties I to the ..to. that ih. '.re
if It Is forced to choose between meeting Northwest Quarter nf .South FOR
He d..rlb.d therein will ba sold OP APPI.foTIO" shall not become opei itt\ .>f.fectlve f.
So, If we can take the convention these two men In selecting Its 1940 Friday Saturday and Sunday. Everyone west Quarter Section 25 Township to the highest bidder at th* Court' JO'r'l .' until ratified '" : ipp rrd

nose count as any indlce Flor : for both have had Is cordially invited to at t South Itange 2 last. house door nn the first Monday In C ena Illll No. lfl.1> at a referendum election u in illed -
standard bearer containing 65 Acres mol. the Month of October. which lathe NOTICE IS HEIIKBY OlVJJN. That and held In the terrltnriffrctrl

ida's Democratic Executive Com- the club's endorsement in the past tend. I.sa.I Srd, day of 198.. t). 193. E. D. Stanley, holder Cer In accordance with .i p .? mtherefor

conflicting The flHHesument of the said property Dated this 22nd., day of tflc.t. No. 820 Issued the 7th day contained In iiieh ill''! jr
for
when they ran I uniier, the nald c.rtlfcll. l.- A. Z>. 1933. has filed same provided by general law

offices. And If outlandish pension Seventy-eight percent of the .u.d wa. In the name H 138.O'FICIAL SEAL) In AUI".t .. and has made application

BUSINESS attract thousands world's automobiles are in the I I.", said certificate "h..1. redeemed A. J. THOMAS for a tax deed to be Issued
continue to A JOINT .V P
plans to prop certificate embraces IrSOI.\1 ,L "n,
a..cordlnl Clerk of Circuit Court of thereon. Said '
of followers as the "Thirty dollars United States. ,: erty de.'rlb.d .. will ba Bold Bradford County. Florida the following described property In an tlcle IX.of the 8.cl.ll ,;Flnr.
:, to the highest bidder at the courthouse of Bradford State of Con.ltltl"
scheme did in i-2g.5t.9-23 the County
DIRECTORY every Thursday" door on the first Monday In I to-wlt Ida Relating jnd Finance
all Istanbul has twelve English-I IChV.ted 1 J'iorida. : hv Adding Thereti .i Reijulrrment -
California It Is very likely the month nf 0 OF EI.BCTIOM Three-fourths of Northwest
That the
Tuiklsh to aid Is the 3rd day NOT.CF I Northwest L.glsl.ture Shal
Townsend candidates will find speaking policemen c'bSi9 1 Quarter nf Provide for

left in the lurch when tourists. thin 7th To the Sheriff of Bradford County Quarter Becton 10 Township 6South. Defray state. Hal..1 1"'IU'1"11 Iad.tnI .
themselves 1938. nf East containing .
of the State Florid.; the H.n..rlt nf the >.
the next Senatorial campaign gets (OFFICIAL SEAL) Be It Known. I. A. dray. 30 Acres, more or less. ter of Public Free IRlf. and if t
drink NO'I'.C"] A. J. THOMAS. of the State of Florida do The assessment of the said property State >' HlxhrrLearning
The Secretary
under way.It NOTICE: IS HKHKUV GIVEN to Clerk of Circuit Court of hereby give notice that aC under the said certificate Issued In.tlutlonR. ihxncn.piof

that plans alt concerned that the city councilat Bradford County Florida EN1 was in the name of Unknown. the State and on in KqunlltyTherewith. ;
Is reliably reported ER"L ELFCT.Owil
that the City of Starke. Florida .lttlnjc ).9-4t-0-39. be County Unless said certificate shall r.dA..m.d .. .
h.ld II .
already being readied in FlorIda as a Board of Eiiiialtxera' onAuKUHt to law the
are nf Florida on Tuesday n..xt.uc..edlnlC I prop '
accordlnl Be IT nT TIn: EO-
for the formartlon of a "Thirty SOth. A. D. 1938, made th* 1MOTICK nf 1M.fl OP TIXRHFIKU'ATKH the first Monday In November erty d..rlh..d .. will be sold I RESOI.VFD STATE OF

everybodyknows following (change In the tax KmleiHinent <' A. D. 1938 the said Tuesday ''to the highest bidder at the courthouse f.ATtRE That the r ''1 ,.lnamendment ,
dollars every Thursday" pension roll ax filed by the city tax NOTICE IS HEKKBY GIVEN that the door on the first Monday In Artlrl
of Section .r r *
of AHNeHHor for 1938. Notice In furth..rgiven ?edl K. Moore has filed with me b.lnl the month nf October which
ftf NOVRMRRR
course ,
here. It be
club may n.ov 13. IX of, the Constitution "i
the council will at the tax certificates FIGI'rl f-rldl
I that city written that .
request States Senator from Is the Srd day of
the b"i relating to taxation and '
that the avowed candidates for meeting to be held cm the 4th together with all subKeluent r"o
t the State of for six Dated this 22nd day August, "onnd
and the same Is herein <
senatorial Job In 1940 may be able Jay of October A. E. 1938 at the omitted or levied taxes held From Jan. 3, Florila.. year 1938 shall be submitted 11".d' -
5nOT. rllv hall. In Starke., at 8.00: o'clock !>y the State be advertised and sold nf th 2nd OFFICIAL SEAL) Florida
band For Representative ( Ifled electors of the Slat I
to( leap from the Townsend I*. M. will hear from all Much owner to the rJghest bidder for cosh as ?ongresnlonal District nf the State A. J. TH01fAS. for ratification or role .. i It t

wagon to the more streamlined or afgentH an danlro to appear and !>ruvlded bv Chapter 182116 of the nf Florida. In the Seventy-sixth Clerk Court of the next ensuing geneml, dtctloi

vehicle that rushed a comparatively rile eomplalntfi as to the valuation. 193 acti of the 1"II..latur. upon Congress of the United States. Bradford County, Florida. to he held In November, 191- That
IH fixed by the nald Hoard of Uqualisern I tolo..lnl d..<.rlb.d estate For Attorney General of the i-28-5t-9-23 to say that Section J of utlcH
COCA-COLA CO. unknown Californian to a vic and hear any reaMon* why the in th. of Bradford, State of State of Florida. IX. of the Constitution of F' Ua bi

over Senator McAdoo, the valuation, ehould be changed.W I Florida, to-wlt: For Three Justices nf the Supreme XOTICB OP APPMCATIOV FOR and the same Is herebs in" .!.d"(
tory >
Lot 4 Kub-niv of SW KKIVennte ns to read as follows
WE ARE New Deal and President Roosevelt. One acre of El.j of SEVi of Rx. 1 lot, 8 feet K A W For Two Railroad ( RIM No. 1(1.1)NOTICB that 2H Z2 C. Powell from f t, N A NW Cor. Sec. 20 Tp. Commlulon.rsl. "Section 2. The L"II.la'I'' ..
certain 1 That
PRESCRIPTIONEXPERTS But If they can't It Is NJV 1 if the State of IS HEREBY GIVEN. provide for raising
to 30000K K 4 more or .
Thursday" 7 S. It. 2 Acr. For One Member of the House ofRepresentatives : Albert holder of Tax Certificate fray the of the < of lot of block
dollars SO feet 1 Ol..on. exp.nae.
"Thirty every 1..0rl.ln..1 less "h'
any of the State of 1..u..1 the 2nd day .Minting "
serious Town of Starke In NEK The taies to be aold are evidenced 44 app.oprlalmt t, 0'
will filed
candidate put a Florida. I of D. 1935. has benefit of
Mm. Davln Rained fiomLOOO A 1463 of September ) .
SWVi Mary by Non. 640 .,
CARPENTER'SThe of both Senator c.rtll..te Fo. Five County Commlaalon.r. name. In my office and has made application public free SLhools Irovl\t
crimp in the plans .OC to 1910 and represent .
101.11 r..p..tv.ly. issued i Jl
For Three th. for a tax deed to be with
Green j KMi of lots 3,6,7 of unpaid, t..xe. the years "ord.n..e Arlrl. Slat" Initltutlnns -
Rexall Store Andrews and aspirant J flCl ar' ty Board of Public Instruction. therenn. Said certificate embraces Tonstltutlon. Inl the
of Starke.
block 26, Inclusive nmountng .'
-
192l> to Ifiin, both Trustees tearn"id "'
of Bond In of
;
three- Fnr Five the following described property Higher
and will make the race a in NR14 of S Wi-4. 8 22. Shell Peeorpor..Uon. to $53 65. Member the County of Bradford State of ach fiscal year, and ala. i
jornered rather than a two man iriileum Itulneil from Said tax c..rttl..at." together withal In Testimony Whereof, T Florida, to-wlt: lent pay the prln t| l

Complete Line of 1000 00 to OOOA.00 I .ub..llu.nt omlt.d or Levied have hereunto set my hand Begin at Northeast Corner of Interest existing bt.
iffalr. nrot
extended Knuey
block 31 on the highestBidder
aa will "
GARDEN SEEDS Mal; OrlKlnal Town of Starke InS t.x.: at the Courthouse door In and_. .L affixed_ D. the# Oreat. Seal. Northeast Quarter. cf Northeast ness of t..

Also Another tax revl- jot. \, HW'i.from 2H 7500.00 22 Uulf to 8000.00 B.flnln. Starke on th. 23rd:00 o'clock day of l"It..m-. Tallahassee.ni u. mate oi the r toriaa Capital, ai, South Quarter 1092" non f..t. west East 193 89t foot feet., I A JOINT UFROIITI-. .p"olnl""M

I rlllle.1 ber 1U3H. : an '
this the first dav of Sep
FEEDS & FERTILIZERS More Blotl plan' is being I. 3 of Hlk 34 J. M Johns Dated this the 3rd day of September tember. A. r>. 1938 North Section 1092 84 Township t..t to Beginning 8 South Constitution. .of Florida Rt "tnw ,w

sponsored by S. C. Addition to 8tarke In HUV4 of SW'<4.2S 19M.OI'FICIAI.. R. A. ORAT. Range 22 East, containing 10 the State Mllltla. hv Aclillnn .
SISTRUNK'SFlSHIMi 6 S3. It I. Kemp ruined from ( SEAL) Secretary of State. leu.I an Additional Section Sp n'l' JP'
Tax Peacock editor of 100.00 to 600.00 J. THOMAS.Cl ; Acres, more or to the F.derlih! "ri'nJ! ;
4 11 12 13 14 of Court ofBradfoid To Iton. A. O. Andrea Sh.rlff I The assessment of the snld prop plc.ll. th i
the Umatllla Trl- Lots 1. 2. 3. -ik of Circuit Known ai- f
Issued .
black 15. llvln Bton A 'rubv' Addition Florida. Bradford County. ertv under the said c.rtfl.al. .
County, National Ouard.HR .
Revision bune. This time to Hiurko InV' of NEVi 28 D-9-3t-9-21. 9-9-01-11-4. was In the W IT RESOLVED BT rltK: i.En.H'LAT"HI

TACKLE however a means to 4 S3 l' "rther. rala.d from "n"II.'F'" ',...: Hln.t.Unl..a said certificate shall. he redeemed OF THI ,STATP f' \ OF
souoo t "
/rA All Sizes RifleCartridges accomplish revision is suggested I t,"ti 8, 0,OOllD lOot block It Temples .NOTICK OP APPl.K'VriO KOHTX GIVEN that according to law the prop amendment to "t' \
under und by virtue of that certain therein wilt be snldn Arlrh 1"tierft"
{ IHOHUrtin erty described IH
of Flor to Starke In of NWV, & W'.j Constitution of "
rather than a solution "f MtV; Nj'. 28 6 22. A. II.Oreen (' HIM *n. 1lll: ( writ of ex..lton Issued by and the highest bidder at the court the State Mllltla by

I ida's tax problems. In short. Pea rained from 2"00.OD to 3(100( .00 NOTICK IS HKIIKHY lIVIN. That under tha official seal of house door on the first Monday In an additional Section adln": ,i"rnX"

S! BRADFORDHARDWARE that some concrete tine acre heif at Htake on W W. Henry Andrews, ho.I.. Tax the Clerk of the Circuit Court of the month of October. 19.18. which as Section 5 of said. AM .
cock proposes Hide of Walnut St. 508. ft N of where Certificate No. 84, the 7th Bradford County Florida alI bearIng I la the Srd day of October. 1938, specially applicable tc thIv "I.ra""

CO. i scheme for tax revision be formulated N. Line of HKtt of NVVVi cronue/i day of H.pt."h.r. A D. 19.16 has date the 31st dav ot July A. Dated this 22nd., day of August recognised State tn vas .
filed same In my office and has r>. 1931, on that eertltn judgment Ounrd i n ..WJ
before the 1939 legislature laid ill-pet nnd run W .Vie! feet the National
111) feet K 3U6' Feet N 110 feet t made ...I'II..aUon for a tax d..d to of Bank of Starke a cor 11931. SEAL) agreed to and bt ." ",:lod

i> meets so that group without delay Walnut Street to 22.M. be . Said certificate plaintiff, vs. Frank Hand- A. J. THOMAS. to the "h.1 State ,>f

Twenty" labiiHlnriM. lengthy argument can go about A. Weldon .. .b"lClnnlnl. 281. to815D.00 embraces the fallowing described roraton.D. K. Handley, a partner Clerk of Circuit Court of Ida for elector r ">J ;
yparw ,
or b'
of
property In (he County of Bradford business in the name Bradford County Florida the next General ti J

I Satisfaction ( enacting a workable program Into L. bearing
: '. Addition to Starke In.NK(4 NnrthwcHt Quarter of Southeast a NA "ISAI.OtTARD.a
law. 9th. of A. D. 1931. andof .. the.
of the day
29 22. P. F. Flume, Quarter A Northeast Quarter ally ) Wh.nev.
motto.Peterson's. ( of HEV OP ,
our Pointing out that all of the present rained from 80000 I to 1200.00 Houthweutt Quarter. Kant of record In records of -OT.fF E..FT.O.CONTI'tTIONAL h. In the State of ..I '
,
Bradford Florida, 1 AMENDFN' auard
said County
reform ami Telegraph Railway, Section 10 Township 8 Iy la.d Natolal
tax American r..olCn
groups advocating '.I.phon. have levied upon and will on lell.lature 137 .. n '
Dairy tax to grind Co. Personal from 24S.OO to Smith flange 22 Ja.l. Conllln-. the Srd day of October Iln-. inder the 1885. : h"tleb"I lawful ordeiOovernor t h'
have a special 1000.00 ing 60 At'reN, mol' tr .. dIY described the. State of Florida did pnsa four ct to "0.4"
1 Include the Florida Tax Revision Ureat A Pacific Tea The a..ment the said prop 19.11. sell the following Joint proposing amendments who .hal be "
these Th. Atant. and being In said Brad n..olton" Natlona"shall : 'uo,1
lands lying
Co Personal 00 to looo no erty under the said certificate Is. of the In Chief, (b) .
SEE MB BEFORE YOU WIRE League the League of American Otl 70 Personal from sued was In the name of Mra. AliceHumphrey ford County J'iorida. during th* State ot Florida and the same were be supported and ma. ::01,1'

Municipalities the state Chamber ; lOou.oo to legal hours ..I. front of the agreed to by a vote ot three fifths bv Ih. State of Florida l> uRnlf";
Estimates Cheerfully 100.00J'rult .. Personal Unless said .hal be re. Mouth door nf Court house InStarke. of the elected to each provl.lona of law pre".rtbtnc ''Idl"clplnlC
of ..tfl..at.
m.mbe.
the Association Fxpre. Bradford County Florida to al ,
Given of Commerce to deemed .. properlY ; that nn said Joint orl..nlalnl. /"v..rnlnl
Peacock 8.00 therein will be sold the highest and best bidder for cash .ald N.Uon.1 !
Real Estate Boards Telegraph A Pahla Co descrltied Resolutions were entered upon their f'' 0'
,
undivided Interest .
E. A. WINKLER suggests that a committee of citizens l.r"oIRI. from Oil.23.00 Co. Personal to 100.00 from to hnune the door highest nn the bidder first at Mo..dlY tha. court In tn-wlt In: a and one-fifth to th* South half of and respective nays d: : nI'n. with they the did yeas determine ; gress and regulations of the ''i","',
thjroupertaining
including representatives of IHi.50 to 2800.0O the month of October. 1938, South half nf Norh.a.t quarter of and direct that the said' States War Department"f Ih. f'
Radio and Electric Service Personal Is the 3rd ctnv of October. 1918. I Northeast quarter and Southeastquarter Joint Resolutions be submitted to (c) Officers
other tax conscious Hhell Petroleum Corp. National 'lUI"
each of these and from GAO 00 to U80.00 Hated thU 8th day of S.ptember. of Northeast quarter of Section the el.ctor of the State at the General "1.1) r.cOlnl..Adjutant OeD" ,

.
You'll EnjoyEATING organizations meet together Southern Ttell Telephone A Tele* 1H38. Twenty-five nf Northwest, and quarter Southwest of : In Nov.mb... 1938. be appointed, and shall 'J'%?.
OFFICIAL SEAL) quarter NOW THEREFORE, I. R. A. "hAi
out their problem. The graph Co. Personal from 486.00 to (
to thresh In Township to dle'h.rl'moval
A. J. THOMAS. Section Thirty-two al Oray. Secretary nf State of th* State suspension

.. i I. With W meat of his proposal is that a fund 100.0D. Air Line Railway Co.tr..k Clerk of Circuit Court of Five South Range East, for the nf Florida, do hereby give notice .uch. .01..ly or compul80ry on ret .f "lt '
( of said execution. th. Iaal. "
be collected and an impartial tax valuation and Pro Kato roll- Bradford County Florida. purpose eaU.fylnj that <
chara.t..r
!I OrangeBlossom expert be retained to come here Ira Mock from 18.20100 to Personal 29,734.00 9-9-41-9-30. A. O ANDREU aGF"R"L: F..FC'.O' Flor- protrlen.y.. ." accordlnl ..m
1 Heflnlnir Co.
Sinclair
.., of T,'X Sheriff of Bradford County Florida. wil h.ld r"III8lon. .nd u". .
: study Florida's tax structure and from 1268.00 to 150000WeHlvrn NO'I'.CI' OP on Tuesday next .ucoe.dlnl the In thl..RnttOr'
Union Telegraph Co. PerB0l.nl : 'riFlf *TKH -2-5t-9-30 first Monday In D. tn th" contrary (
make recommendations. 67300 to 150000We NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that 1918. the said Tuesday being the lon. ( ) ) [I

Cafe this Idea la a the undersigned do _hereby Clen. E. Turner has filed with mewritten NOTM H OP APPI.IfTIO"FOil EIGHTH DAY OF NOVEMBER'or < Th." ql.ltlc..tlol : rt
fi Undoubtedly onrtlfy that the .auuva and rentiest that. the tax certificates ToX the ratification or rejection ot :: : .. ro.n: ot :
f..o- !>
HIM !
well be ( .enm*
"""" worthy one and might InK l true and correct lint together with al subsequent the said Joint Resolutions proposng .In mllltarV ,"
I. a NOTICE Id HEREBY CJIVE.V, That pr..crlb.d
held by the amendments to the Constitution .
WJ Florida out of 'c..1 and property aqualls- omitted or levied promulgated In wt'V'
personal
acco.d.n.
SERVICE n utilized In bringing i and sold to the I* R. Starling holder of Tax Certificates of the State. of Florida, vis:
. State he
I. .' its tax wilderness. It should not ed bv the of .city' counci Blttlnic an aboard highest adv.rl..d, fo. man as provided Numbered repectv..ly. 1/2 A JOINT REIOI.UTION Proposingthe general war .p.clflcaton. t

WITH the bl'I"r of the 1917 acts of 817 Issued Aug.ot 11/3 Ant.ndm.nt 7 of Article eD: ratrt.In *"
i" that have by !
be forgotten though In Witness Whe.of we .cton ."mll.nce
of 819 7.
I' the follow.Ing the Relating
upon t.ued Au.u.t 133. 4'5' .
and or the fon.ttutlon. said
subscribed our names ,
hereby
proposed urr
I I "neutral court" recently appointed clut above mentioned. atfll real estate In the 841 8 Issued to the Ex.mpton Hom..tead. canvass, declarations and .i,
A SMILE has .. same '
:. :n by Chamber of Commerce president W. State of Florida August 7, 13. from Taxaton. thereof, shall be subject ., ,
I WALL In my office t.. made application BE TT RESOLVED BY TUB and rejtric.. ''
fr/ : LEC1T3LATURE same regulations
OPEN DAY AND Siul Colee is designed to function city of tuarke, Florida foun..1 to-wi. of ninck C., N. J. JonesAddition for tax .. to ba Issued OF THE STATE OF are provided by law for I"n.I.ct r

along similar lines. And secondly ATTEST: to Stark. Section 28 thereon. Said certificates respectively FLORIDA: That th* following ona In the State "tJXafOf

Houston Service Sta. revision and all ,r\KL. JOHNS City Clerk. Township t South. Rang* 22East. .mb.a..ee the tolowln" described amendment of Section 7 of Article IN TESTIMONY "
that tax otBradford '
It seems ., properties tI I nFltr ; X ot th* of th* Stnte I have hereuntn )
technical problems relating tc 913t3D Th* taxes to hr sold ar* evidencedby Slat* d to-wlti I of Florida Con.ttuton. the exemption hand and afflx. tha t .

PLUMBING left to the duly Stl'Kfl lt"' certificate Nos.. 50O A 1177 ot 1/3 of Certificate No. 837, embraces of homesteads from taxation. b*, (SKAL) Seal of the Slat >f J.v I
taxation should be \ 1.11'. :0'1.1 1910 and 1911 and rep Lots 29 41. 44. 54 I In and 'tVi.1* agreed to, Tallahaf** ,;
Service at OP : re.p.tv.ly. lion4'0 h.r.by. ,"1
Prompt of the people.If dl 'n88e Township 6 and h.aplf. this the J )
elected delegates IS HEKUHV CJIVEN that unpaid the y.ar .hal be submitted to the ..1.0tnr ;
Reasonable Prices NOTICJ South 22 East., containing I he State at the General A. D. Uj
Florida Is to begin governing itself ,n.l.r In accordance with that 1933, both Incu.I. ,
decree of foreclosure I Ir..o 124.16. 70 Acres, more or le. EI.eUon of Representatives In R.c.t.A,1 s"PAOE
Estimate Your Job 'vrtaln final 198.
Me
Let .
and assembly, of Certificate No. embraces
with
by convention and. sale rendered by lion. A. Z. Ad tax certificate* tOI.th. 18/33 83. or approval or rejection;
aa Court L..I. Lot 28. 33, 41. 52. 13. '. 69, It lut ,ald Section 7 of '-U-Ut-U-4. .
RITCH might Circuit
C. M. her governmental: setup kins a* Judge o( the subsequent "I '











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I Bradford County High School Journal




IleLl LJit STAKKK. FLOUIIfV "'Uln.'Iun..\,", SEPTEMBER 23, 1938 M'MBKIl:; USE



EDITORIALEDUCATION Social News of GIRLS' COACHIS Mammy Sez: JUNIOR ADKINS School Boy PatrolIs FOOTBALL TEAM

The SummerClara APPOINTED NEW PRESIDENT Now OperatingThe FACES PROBLEMNew
Mammy sho Is proud ob de Senior -

,I' nould be every boy's and Flume visited In .... class. Yaasuh dey all are com- SENIOR CLASS ; :
ambition to finish Fort Lau- :u. S. 1 VandHlere School Patrol Is under C' >iwh Inn Green
girl,i i :reatest derdale. Kenya! I and nice. Ah wants to gib Boy
W ill Train BasketBull Material R'ell
-
I nl' ,Junto Adkins few de the leadership of the AAA and I
'
ic'; "' a pats on Bliss DmthU Smith
Among those enjoying trips to Team Elmo Struth, and the three chief In Ihm.l
W- know that people today with back for beta' elected President of II Named 1'eei'reaident/ -
get the choice posllion' Miami were: Betty Jo Webb, Lo de class. officers<< thai were appointed by Hoomh
ducatlon for football! This
i to direct I I year
.t: rena Roster, Sadie Prince and Sponsors and assist Mr. Struth
arc:
and that should make us Edith When ah came la school Mon- good old 13. H. S. is going to send
Fitzpatrick. with the several extl'acul'rlcularactlvltlps Frank Ribtnaon Lieutenant -
rtv., harder to get our education day Ah wondered why some ob I i||, A. Z. Adkins, Jr., was electedpresident Captain ; out a football team for the first
Grace and Dorothy Green spent' curried out by student Leonard Smith; Lieutenant time
de faces were smilln' so big. Ah for the 1038-39 senior since 1934!
a week in Arch Thomas.
Bvi'rvone should enjoy attending Lakeland. committees were appointed this soon found dat de gleeful expres- class :Monday morning with an The new coach this year Is J.

scnool it the present time. Webs Rivers Hundley was a visitor to week and of foremost Interest is slums cum from de fact dat dey overwhelming majority of votes by The patrolmen are: Charles ],Whltllmorn from Bradenton."

vi many conveniences that stu- West Palm Beach and North Carolina the assignment of Mrs. S P. Vandi'I wuz goln' to de Stetson-Florida ,L his classmates in a special meetIng Jones man, William Brian Harrell Baker, Comer, Mike Perry-Dew Mr. Whit timore attended Ringllng

I never had the priv- football of twelfth-graders in Mrs. T College at Sarasota, the Universityof
game.
"Jveal'S ago <<.>re as coach to the girls basketball J. E Denmark, Buck Mac 1>Miller
having. We have a new John Chalker spent most of the T. Long's room. Tampa, and the University of ,
1/1'11'/ H team. Bradford high had Mammy herd dat some! of our- Enos Hayes. Sonny Haynes, Buddy,!
building that enables summer in Mlddleburg. I| A very popular student Doshia Florida and he WitS couch at t Bon-
.' ? ntiiry; a very good season last year In girls und boys were llisllppolnt- Davis. George Flynn and! Freeman
t,,?,. ''inilding to be less crowded, Margaret Pearce visited i III i basketball, and an even better one {!, ed ober de Alachua-Archer tootbull '! Smith was. elected vice-president, Keglsler Ifay for one year

ar .ifetcrla In the south wing. Jacksonville, and Valdosta, Ga. Is expected for this year. This is I I game Friday Dey thot it and Hazel Thomas And Clarn Tin patrol Is doing very good CoachVhltthnort' Is faced with

1\ .1 i good faculty and are Etta Fae Dyal and Marjorie hall Mrs. Vandlviere's first year with I, wux at night but It wuz played Flume were elected, secretary! and work While one-half Is doing i one of the greatest problems, of
j jj neneflclal) courses twill "| in de treasurer respectively. All senior football, the problem of having to
visited In Tampa.Bob the B. II. S. faculty. aflfi-noon. In case some ob ground patrol the other Is on road
to take our places in the clans officers are of course, members start at the beginning; with green
to' ya might want ta know, Aluclnia
fn" Long was among the grout= Other sponsors named are Mrs I patrol. The boys doing road work material
of the" senior cla. !Mrs. Long There Is u great deal + ,
s.
of boys who visited different pointsIn G. A, Anderson and Miss Dorothy won 2-0. i I have the Job of keeping traffic of work
+ and Mills ahead because he must
Evelyn Stump are -
Mississippi this summer. Swambom for the First Aid Room, I wuz sorry la see Edith Rowe of the class which sponsors speed to 13: miles per hour whileKolng teach them all of the fundamentals -
graduating !
I IZ\ HOURS OVER Mary Edwards visited friends Miss Evelyn Stump and Mrs T. T. so sad-like Monday. At fust I numbers 61 this the through the school.one and of football which are namely

Happiest days are in the and relatives in Gainesville. Long for the Bradford High Jour- thot It wuz Jiittt Blue Monday, butI the history of year B. H.--S. largestIn to help children cross the. street. blocking, tackling, offensive, and

I ,, ili\ summer time when a fel-I' Enza Weaver spent some timeIn nal, Mrs. Bynum Perkins and Mrs decided dat It wuz because date, + I The ground patrol has the Job defensive work.
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,?\\ iBsn't got to worry about whys Perry and Orlando. Warren Perkins to the Girls Wash boy done gone back to college. '] of preventing fights and to help In Practice started on Monday
nn, l two is four, or who wrote I Pep gal and don let It get PRIMARY JINGLES, Also the
i Marzle Howard visited in Salt Room, Mrs. S S. Dowling and up ya I any way they can. patrol September 5, pne week before the
or who won the Battle Mrs. Grace I down. helps In the cafeteria. They
III'' Raven Springs and Gainesville. Wainwright to the Library opening of school. Practice' sessions -
ot 'Jettysburg. In the summer Gayle Sewell visited friends in Committee, and Mrs. Wainwright Ah wonders why de. students are I WII.T11: THINK: I I help to keep the children from were held every afternoon

rime AT.' can go swimming, flsh- her former home town, Bartow. also to the Bulletin Committee Ketlin' more to eat in de cafeteriadan OK OUR) NEW SCHOOL(!I turning over the benches." from 3:30: to 6:00: o'clock the first

ng ,a better still, enjoy living Edith Rowe spent two weeks In Mrs. Long has been a dey did at de furst ob de Ill'I LDI S- I The patrol has duty in the morn- week and every afternoon from

asleep But after the four months Jacksonville. sponsor for the school newspaperfor week- Second Grade I Ing from 8 o'clock until 8:35.: At 3:30: to 6:00: o'clock the second

of loafing and going barefooted, Doshla Smith visited in Madison several terms. Des alumnae sho dose look lak I like our new building very noon for ten minutes after the week. The first two weeks only exercises

I school that ole Joy-killer) starts. Ga.Wilier. + I dey are glad ta be back here if it much--Madge Brownlee. I bell and fifteen minutes before. the and drills were used to get

The first week or so Is pretty bad. Mae Thornton was on aRight DONATIONSWe I Is just post-graduate work. Our rooms are light and clean bell; In the afternoon they have the boys into rood physical con

We have to wear shoes after going seeing trip to Asheville and Mammy would lak to gib de -John Garner.I duty for ten minutes niter me chit ion. -

barefooted all summer, and our i different points in North Carolina the undersigned citizens football boys a ban. I think we like the new seats in our room closing belt This year the team will be outfitted -

feet hurt We have to comb our are gonna be really proud ob dem Charles Rawson in new equipment, which
and business of real-
hair every' morning SO that new lIt- Wllla Vida Kllllngsworth pent men Starke boys later on. We have large closets for our Glee Club's Plans consists of eighteen complete uniforms .
the Importance of cleansports
tit olond across the aisle will take the summer in Atlanta. izing and their value in school I see dat som ob our girls are coats and hnta-Idell! Landrum.We Being Formulated minus the shoes, and the

note of us. But It doesn't seem + I makin' good use of de tennis have nice book cabinets In boys will furnish these themselves
and our community do desire to j This year Mrs Mabel Wall Is
a Had once we get accustomed to I courts. When It gets cooler I link our rooms.--Betty Flynn. and will cost about $5 50 per pair.
Grade NewsTen see football renewed and herewith planning have a "selected' mixed
It we will hab more out dere playin'I Every, room has electric lights. At the present I lime we have
pledge our support and financial | voice Glee Club and a Girls Gleo
(F' ,m what the oi to the amount stated Club of selected voices.
backing opposite -> '
\
I Kin' >' "the best investment In the just love dat dear ole economics Evelyn Rltch.Itaglnner and season tickets to local games
our names. We have a new music cabinet In
f" out it seems hard to believe After a long restful vacation class. It's a lot diffrunt frum las will noon be put on siile Incidentally -
Ten A thinks It has school The of the citizens list the auditorium 10 keep our music
10'' \ftei we grow older andbav. begun support year. i iI the last H. II. Steam
with a fine start by electing the ed below will be greatly appreciated I is We of nice hocked I this yellrVI' are proudof .
t i few years of experience beon glad ta hear also dot every- are proud our room It and w ill save time for all con- had left n debt of $11'fh.: aim
following officers. and we will see that your body likes de new principal Mr. In the new building. It Is very
thin
i, is I Imagine that well find I cerned. We have the prospects ofvery : year la to pay this yt'III'S debt
I tr It, ,old folks are right. Katrina Wilder-President. names and amounts granted will Wllllama And I link dey like de pretty and very nice, and we are I'd<, Glee Clubs this first and then the old debt Incurred

-----+ Mary Townsend Vice Presl be printed in the Bradford County new teachers also I hopes dey do going to try very hard to keep It ; year some four years. ago If possible '
and Clubs kill I meet on Wednesday
of this week. The ;
dent. Telegraph anyway. this way. This can be done only
Named of each weekANSW1R
Officers Gayle Sewell Secretary. money collected will be used for I Now chiluns keep dat midnight We have twenty-nine lovely boys i through the cooperation of both

Betty Green---Treasurer. the purpose of buying equipment! oil burning' till next week and and girls> in our room. I Doohla Smith students and citizens of Starke :.
"niesday class officers of the Iris Crews-Reporter. and an accurate accounting of all don't disappoint me when your --Mrs. Roberts' room.

| Ninth A" were elected for the We are also going to have sev- expenditures will be open for pub- report cards come out at the end I e p

VIal 1938-39 Using the usual class eral committees. Mrs. Dowling lic Inspection at all times.E. ob de month. First AWe f'I '

I method the following were elected -) hal! appointed chairmen and the L. Williams, Principal.J. Yours frum now on, I are working to keep our I

t chairmen will select pupils whom W. Whillemore Coach.C. Mammy, new room clean. I.I I...

o* Allen <.>President, they think will be best suited for ---.- We have started! our new work

I Othma Haynes-Vice President, the committee. G. Priest _______________$1.00 Old Seniors books. :U ;,

Margl' Matthews Secretary- Betty Green has been appointed Bradford Hardware Co. ____ 5.00 TodayLet's We have a radio in our room I \

Treasurer, and Buddy Davis chairman of the Room committee; A B. Williams __________ 5.00 this week. i'i'd!

[ Newspaper Reporter Ires Crews chairman of the Program Cash _____________________ .25 look in on a few of the Our enrollment" is 26. I I

-+ committee. There will be Mr. Sparks _______________ -25 1938 .graduates.. und see how they -M. Middleton. ;.II

475 ServedAt more chairmen appointed later for Mr. Sistrunk ______________ 1.00 are starting out in their new work.First I ;(
[ Pupils
the other committees. Cash _____________________ -25 we wilt rake a trip to the First Grade 1'o ,41,1..
New CafeteriaThe Maude's Lunch Room ______ 1.00 Florida State College for Women. We have twenty-nine happy boys /;'t I .'

_____________ 5.0C There we find Miriam Guy and
JIB Elects. Home Room W. L. Wall __ and girls in our room. We like our ,

___________ 1.00 Harriet Benson. What luck- They '
Bradford County School Officer Alice Anderson new school and We are working 't i ;&,

| Cafeteria is progressing nicely The following home room officers W. P. Smith ______________ 10.00 are roommates. We all hope they hard to keep it clean. We enjoy .I tLfL

with dally attendance which were elected Friday: Clar-Jean Shoppe _________ 3.00 study hard and make good. working with our "Before We I .
___________ 2.00E. This time we are going to Oxford '
reached a record peak of four hun- President-Billy Jackson. T J Green ___ Read" books \

dred and seventy-five pupils last Vice President--Hugh Ingram. C. Priest ______________ 5-00 Ga., and who do you supposeIs -Ruby Lilley h ,eJ

I Friday Our organizations in Secretary-Marian Dowling Carl Johns _______________ 1.00J. attending Emory University? w "

Starke have contributed to a good Treasurer-Wllla Vida Killings- B. Alexander ___________ 1.00 None other than N. T. Rltch. Lots High! Hrcontl I ,
__________ 1.00John of luck to you N. T. We are ex- J .rpirt.eraMes
cause and the N Y. A. girls are worth. Sam Anderson __ We have nineteen boys and girls, '

doing their work in the cafeteria Class Reporter-Helen Dowling. S. Wainwright ______ 2.00Stump's pecting you to be a famous doctor In our room In the Second Grade ,
.
[ with great enthusiasm.We __________________ 1.00 before many years pass.I We like our room and are tryingto o44.Me nsp f, 11;

truly appreciate the cooperation Grade Eight A Elects Officer L. A. Canova ____________ 5.00 know you are all anxious to keep It clean. 4t Zq4' jf

I the teachers are giving and Grade Eight "A" elected officers W. B. Parks ______________ 1.00 hear from last year's moat popu- -Edna Prevail Teacher s :

that rendered by the patrol boys. September 15th as follows: Harold Wall ______________ 5.00 lar girl, Edna Pearce. She has en-

___________ 2.00 tered training at the Jackson Memorial i r
-- + resident: Joe Andrews. Joe Wilson ___ Second Grade +., \: '.
Vice President: Gloria Buford. S. R. Johns & Son ________ 5.00 Hospital In Miami. No needto We surely are proud of our new -- j""

( Seniors In ChargeOf Secretary: Clarice Thomas. Ritz Theatre ____________ 5-00 worry about her because she Primary building Each one of ( ::1'

Assembly Friday Treasurer: Richard Jackson. S. L. Peek, Jr. ____________ 1.00 will make good. I us Is promising to do his part .

Reporter: Sara Barefoot. L. A. Davis ______________ 2.00 Dot Bishop and Carol White are'i toward keeping-the building new, ,"., aha .

Assembly opened Friday with Class dues of two cents per pupil West End Gro. ____________ 1.50 representing our school at South- Our room, Is so nice and roomy .... 0 !r "! '"
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everyone singing the first verse of each week were agreed. upon. uur Cash _____________________ .25 ern College theirs, In Lakeland, with Besides having a new room we .._".0. > f _4._ 11T 0 amortre..... FntJ'i'O..e.- i i
their I
ability as plus "
____________ 1.00 personality also have two new workbooks. & ac .ySher 0.. n .
| Airertc:: ; with Mrs. Vandivlere at class had four days of perfect attendance O. W. White loaot Homo. wduywtfrY kaesy 1 r"?"
__________ 1.00 we know they will make and o ,.....14.1 .118 '
__ There .
't piano Following this was the last week and we are going Magnolia Cafe are twenty-eight boys O -ITfe QBOorneR ,: i
good grades as well as lots of depw a '_ I
Lord'> Prayer and Flag Salute led to try to establish a record of n. Cardin (O'Boy Bread)__ 1.00 friends. girls in our room. 01)\, Ilrf..41.-- a I 'I'.

by: John Arthur Torode. perfect attendance for this school Starke Coca Cola Co______ 0.00 Kitty Hogged. Teacher. Naga tier I 1t. a Tarm 10....... I '
Two of last seniors have Bomwlwta I Tr a p
__________ 1.00' years e f 00tI aMlq 1
home and W. C Middleton
tames Sewell gave a very interesting year We like our room already changed their names. Ver- 00 ytacaR'e NagarlI _1'reo. O -_- 1 I
| of teachers and are happyIn C. H. Nasworthy __________ 1.00 3-11 loos 4 moa m.aArb OOd1 Tr
talk
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on "Our School. all our waR..
nle is Mrs J. D.
now .. I
Phillips ope ,
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Martha Wells gave a reading our school work. Western Auto ____________ 1-00 Odom and the former We are enjoying our new room. o p......., .tt"...I&IY 1" 'P G'aaWd ,..d.___ I pr
Dorothy o pr 1
I "It Cash ___ ________________ -50 We have finished a study of"Bears" 1 Ta a 1va.Iae ,
Can Be : WO" \
Done.
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Is Norman .
Mrs. .
Supp Wiggins <
Peggy Stanley a reading Seventh Grade B Elects Officers Cash _________________ .50 Julian Ancl and have written some Opstk9ed. p...... 1 T' .... JIo_ -:- 1 n #: at
"Myself/' gave of the Seventh Lex Green ________________ 2Leila's -0 I Billy Long, Griffis, short stories about them. .. I Tr. a PotaJdJIJa"l .. ,.... t! .
The meeting atoda ,
0
Futch and L. O. Jones 1
are goingto 0........ Y 2'h51
Salon ______ 1.00Dr. Here Is one: 'rtbaae 'Jo
Immediately following this, Grade was called to order by Mrs. Beauty take advantage of the University lnr.e a.n' I. T' a Lh.Q..wn r.-- I \\1f' /,'
_____ 5.00 h
"THE ZOO"One
Brownlee a .. 11 '
Coach We elected officersas Jimmy toot I 'P 800110.
several Wainwright.
Whittimore made of Florida. Do best p'I I
Marvin Hazen ____________ -25 your boys day I went to u zoo. It was 0.-eoaM.S a yd be0us AYgaa tat.-: t 7rIo ,
follows: is 'Yeea tarfa'-- g I SRet
Lillian for
___________ 1.00 Stump training a I all kinds of t o "' rmmr 7rIo \
President: Fay Yarbrough Harry Houston on Sunday. saw ....... S Yu -...: """" r. '
season nurse at the Saint Luke's Hospital o X GI'4 --'eI
"were to be sold to the students for Vice President: Olin White. Archibald Thomas -------- 1.00 In Jacksonville. bears. Jimmie was there too. 0"r norris il"

$$1 1 00 and to adults for $2.00. Almost Secretary: Virginia Sewell. Bill Mundy _______________ 1.00 I Frances Peek is employed In Some were black some brown; .1 '!
____ 1.00 and silver color
Denmark Furniture Co. some were a :,
Davis.
t all the games will be played Treasurer: Marjorie Mr. A. J. Griffis' office. She has
on to dues of Charles Nicholson --------- 1.00 Claude ijJ',
Starke field.Assembly We have decided pay always made good so we can be Johns.Mrs. (.
students five cents a month to help buy Nathan Prevail ___________ 1.00 I Biggs Teacher. KO I OrrEll KO it '\ .
is
ended by the assured that she going to con- ALL .IV1I ALL .Otnl I, ,
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toying some of our pep songs. things for the room. We have also + tinue to do so. WoJld No 11..1 Y. Toil 0fLY' No a wep.p.a I Ya Ton ONLY I

.. decided to charge one cent every Bells are made of metal alloy, Hazel Moore Is really leaving us What Happen I Magadn.s } Maqcnla.. } k: ,

Thi world's most extensive time one Is tardy or when one generally composed of 80 parts In a big way. She has chosen the If? I 4 bamaro.p B $2.10 3 -Group A $2AO .I J JI
and 20 parts tin. 1 I,
camphor forests are in Formosa stays out of school when not sick. copper University of Alabama to obtainan I M, ,

irom. OTIrR 110. 4 OTTInI N0.
education 1. Coach Whittimore said, I .....;;;; 4 C 'I
Did know that some of last This mpapor.1 Tr. AIL Yowl Thli 1 Tr.2Mao ALL SIX
you I "That's aU for today, boys," at M"q';,>lfMa roH ONLY > years boys are helping to provide 3'30 Instead of 5:30: ? 2 bora Group A } .25 Group A } .55
rural electrification where it Is $2 $2
M"ada. | Nagadooe
Part of theCOCACOLA needed. Bill Plummer Dan Hazen 2. The school cafeteria was 1 horn Croup O 3 from Group B ra
never over crowded?
game. and Sydney Shuford take this
3. Some of the teachers dldnttry
credit. ,... .brY >r TOR ONLY
to act hard boiled ? / ...
We haven't room to mention lIo..bold M<>>s... Tr
4. All the students dldn'i try to Good llorUCanntrr I Tr } 25
each 1938 graduate and what they HOlDa y. $2. 4
skip the hard subjects?
JfCW1IPAP'D _
are doing, but we hope they all ring aw (
5. school
Everybody liked
j rIte make good as they choose their
1 pause 6. Our football boys win all LIroi
different In life.
courses MoCaU'l N Tr OtIILp 1
their games. this year? World < .
+ Woman'* /

that GUESS WHO + loom signal t* $2.10 "

1"o There is' a girl in the senior class Jokes THIS NZWTAT it +,

I who is about five feet two or i' i

three inches and weighs one hun Teacher-If I take a potato and .

l refreshes dred and ten pounds. She Is a divide it into two parts, then, four

brunette with brown eyes. parts, and each of the four parts .r mte.ergets r l'QYalbmooL +

She has a very pleasing per- Into two parts, what will I have? (

sonality and Is well liked by every John C..Mashed potatoes .

one. She Is. a good sportsman and I I .-1_ !M ride's plow wad ...

possesses lots of good character Helen--I heard about a man who I! n tJ.e ......... 1 b... ah........ teptJts.lrft !41'w'a

5ctOTTLING traits, such as honesty, dependability lives on onions alone Q raorlptlaa/ to year s.wsp p.eI "

and courtesy. Doshla-Ha should live alone ,' a Hom Offer C 1W1I j 11

She has cute clothes and dresses i tlL'

neat. Mr. Whltllmor* "You act likea ramA -

(Answer on this page) monkey when you're in my I Icia. ,M
BSTARKE co. + ..." lu1-t R F.D r

Be prepared for the reckless Student--"Certainly, I want to sy ?

moves of the other drivers on the be as Ideal) a pupil for you as pos I Tows had Slat ... .. t 'I:

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"I BRITAIN'S PREMIER, REICH DICTATOR i'CONCLAVE I



I ''fJociclylJ FAVORITE RECIPES ;11'



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My, the cool weather Wednesday I Il lk? ? "" i

made us wonder what clothe
IMrs. L. A. ( ano\a( Gives MusiParty i Announcement we have left over from last year

For :Miss Mary Canova At Woman's Clubin that will do for the coming winter I

'rhi outstanding nodal event of the sun-parlor; and looking aft- ,I season. However, we don't have to 1 1
about what dessert we will ) ,
worry tg l
the season took place Saturday er the pleasure of the guests were ) :
serve for our next dinner. All we '
afternoon' from four to six, when Mrs George U Flynn, Mrs. D. P.
need do Is use one of the following I
Mrs L.. A Canova entertained at Carpenter, Mrs. K. G Duncan, I'
recipes In this.column. Both des
the Woman Club House with a Mrs If V. KnIght Mrs T. T.
serfs Bound
xnufltrii.il' announcing the engagement -I Long Mrs. N. D Wainwright, Jr., tempting.
: White layer Cuke
Stiii-lti' and Tallahassee, to George I The hostess announced the program 2/3 butter J." !
cup
Lloyd Patten, of Tallahassee.POM which wai in the form of a ,
nl ferns were used on the I playlet,, and! the scene was laid In 1'i' cups sugar : L I j ,
2 ;; flour I
cups
stagand purple and gold were !> tho piano teacher's studio. The 3 teaspoons baking powder ,, :: A
colors chosen for the decoration. < time was that of assembling of __ _
U teaspoon salt
Wild flowers were used in profus- I I class/ for regular program meet- 2/3 cup milk: I .
Junspecially( golden rod, crotol- Ins,, and the characters were music -'
J,4! teaspoon lemon extract
arin golden glow and purple pupils, teacher and assistant. The i
1 teaspoon vanilla
|I flint numbers on this delightful I
spikes Greeting the guests at the door I I program were "Indian Love Call" 6 egg whites I j J
Beat egg white until stiff and I
L. G Powell and receiving -I I (Frlml: ) and "I Know: a LovelyGarden" t4, r
was Mrs fold in last, after cake. l Is made In I y a ______ ___ N'R Mf" _
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was the hostess, Mrs. Canova, (D'Hardelot), by Mrs. W the usual "--a
I way. Put together with
who was elegantly attired In'a H. Lee, who was followed by her I BERPHTESQADEN Germany One of the( most momentous meting in History, i I I"
desired ,
I any filling: or frosting
redingote ensemble of black satin daughter Miss Jeanne Lee, who is Adolf! Hitler (right), Reich Dictator, and Prime Minister Neville Chamberlain (cnit"< i I ,
I Mrs. G. W. Brown, Lawtey. I
and black atarcljecl net embroidered plnyed as a piano solo "Nocturne met at Hitler's Villu here to discuss ways and means of averting another European Wi, I

in silver blue. In E Flat" (Chopin). Marjorie Lcnton ; I 'German Forrtgn Minister loachlm Von Rlbbentrop.MKTHOIHST .

Mrs. S P. Vandlviere and Miss I Davis announced the following 3 eggs Sponge Pudding/ ______unn_ __ ________

Mary Canova served golden punch numbers: : Rind and juice of l''$ lemons : iHUItCII I their brother and statiii, ,
RISING
from beautifully appointed tables (a) Swans on the Lake, I "
1 cup sugar An unannounced treat and :Miss Della { ,
'rawfo
(b) Spring Dance, greetedthe 1\11..8 Edna( Lewis, Correspondent rI "
2 tablespoons flour worshippers in the First Meth- sonville.

Madge Brownlee. 1 cup milk odist Church last Sunday night Mr. and Mrs. Wesley H '....,
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(a) Lightly Row, Mr and Mrs Walter Underhill '"
r (b) Now the Sun Is Sinking : Add the grated rind and juiceof when Mrs. E. K. Perryman gave a attended the funeral of Mrs. Vln- children, of Jacksonville, a e> 'n,
NEW I lemons to the egg yolks which 1 twenty-five minute recital, II dinner guests ,at ,
(c) London Bridge, organ nle McRae, of Gainesville, Sun Sunday Hi met
Marjorie Davis. have been beaten until thick and I ;lust prior to the regular time of] day. Mrs. W. C. Conner.

(a) Steamboat Round the Bendb lemon colored. Add mixture of t the h evening servlce. _At n the beginning Mr.. ana Mrs joe_ urinia ana Mr. and Mra, Lacy I underbill,

( ) Butterfly, sugar and flour together slowly. I of the service the pastor, the children and Mrs. Odom, of The-I I and Mrs. Alice Oliver of Pin u\

WOOL (c) The Dwarf and the Giant, Beat well and add milk slowly. Beat I, Rev. Frank Robinson, gave a short I ressa, were the dinner guests of el were the dinner guests Suniia\,
Pltner Vandlviere. egg whites until just stiff enoughto address of welcome to the Baptist Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Crosby, Sun of Mr. and Mrs. H H, Lewis
: hold their shape. Fold Into members who came in a body to .
Cossacks, by Roberta Whitfield. day. The many friends of Mi, Marvin,
mixture. Pour
into
shallow
"I Love to Whistle oven- the service, and to other visitors. Mrs. Emmer Klrkling, of Tam-
Song by dish Bennett are glad to see him back
proof one measuring about The evening services have been
Brownlee. the week-end with her
Madge : ten by six by two Inches. Set In pa spent again after spending some 'fame
FROCKSTailored Increasing in attendance and it 181
Dance: Alexander's Ragtime father Elder N T. King. : with relatives In Jasper
pan of cold water and bake. When
Band, Marjorie Davis. expected that this Sunday eveningat Ernie McRae, of Waldo, visited .--- -
"Fifi, the Little Ballet Dancer," cool place in frlgidalre and chill 8 o'clock the largest attendanceof Mr. and Mrs. Walter Underhill
before serving. Serves 8. CARD OF TII.t >
by Clarice Thomas. the year to date will be noted. Saturday.

Songs and dances were accompanied -Mrs. Olin W. White A special service has been planned Mr and Mrs. L. L. Conner, of I take this opportunity i, 'anal I

by Mrs. Clifton Brown at Woodmen of the World In which the young people of the Gum Branch, were the dinner the voters who support' ,ii i 'i

yet Dressy. the piano, I church will present the religious guest Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. R. the Municipal election last' '"
Little Betty Ann Flynn, a belat- Entertain Starke Grove of I pageant "The Road To Happiness." R. Crosby day, when I was returned j :, m

ed guest: dressed as a bride, hurriedly Woodmen Circle A period of organ music and con H. H. Lewis and mother, Mrs, with such a splendid major "

Wear them entered the scene and ex- I gregational singing will precedethis E. J. Lewis, spent Thursday and I have tried to do In th, ".
plained that she and some friends The Woodmen of the World entertained pageant Those taking part Friday with Mrs. Elam Glisson, of will exert every effort m I ."n >

were playing they were having a the members of the will be Miss Katie Fugate as Ser- Lake Geneva, and while there at- ture to administer my 'inn
n EverywhereSmartly wedding and she forgot about the Starke Grove of the Woodmen Cir- vice; Miss Gayle Sewell as Fame; tended tbe protracted meeting at this office) in an econonui' t> ,i,

meeting. She disclosed the secret ;. cle with one of the most outstanding Miss Ruth Simpson as Pleasure; Cardarh Church. business-like manner

of the wedding-to-be when she affairs of the season, Friday James Sewell as Wealth; Mr. A Mr. and Mrs. Lonnle Crawford Sincerely

said: "I beard Mama and Aunt : night, Sept 16 in the WoodmenHall. Z, Adklna., Jr... aa Education.: and >tiau.n.' ua their uiuuer,JI____ guests Sunday' CARL .ruHNiAS -
Eunice talking about the wedding Council Commander J. H. members of the Intermediate and

$3.98TO plans for Mary and Pat." Then Fields called the meeting to order Young People's Department as the I

Betty Ann led in the chorus: and all routine business was dis- Choir. This is strictly a religious i FLOWERS NEAR TO YOU

"The bells are ringing for Mary pensed with until the next meet- play having no ulterior motive but AS YOUR TELEPHONE
and Pat, I Ing which will be held Sept. 30, at rather presented for the express
$24.98SIZES The birds for : P. M. In the hall. purpose of presenting some of the
singing
are Mary FOR ALL OCCASIONS Call 123-J
The I of Jesus in dramatic
following excellent program teachings a
and Pat,
ALL ORDERS FILLED
.t They look so happy enjoyed by the one hundred I
.... 42 way.The ARTISTICALLYECONOMICALLYPROMPTLY
10 to
All peppy and snappy, ty: thirty guests present. morning service of worship
fr .1,1
No time to be nappy- Music Southern Melodies-Mrs. will be conducted at the 11 o'clock l

That's Mary and Pat. W. Kincaid. hour Mr. Frank Robinson's theme
Color bright w 001 In a home for two, Love, Talk-Soverlgn E .W. Hayes. will be "A Farcial Attitude of Re- MRS. L. G. POWELL, Starke jcjSpft

Music-Baker boys and Miss in this service .
frocks that dress you Together they'll rest ligion. Assisting -- -

upl! Young spirited Where only true love T. Jones.AddressMr8.. will be the choir singing Lane's
$
smooth Can weather the test. 'r"I Elliott Flynn. anthem "The Voice of Jesus." Mrs
with
styles It's time for dating, Music and Yodeling Baker F. H. Long will preside at the organ -
high necks, slim I No use hesItating and Miss Ferrol Jones I rendering Chopin's "Prelude" Alexander'sir

waists, slightly flared The Parson is waitingFor Address-Mrs. Vonda Inman. and "Nocturne" by Schumann.At r I

waists stunning I Mary and Pat," Talk-Soverlgn George Inman. I the ten o'clock hour the

t wool frocks you'll The .brld -ele<: ,. Miss I Mary Ca : Reading-Miss Dorothy Faxon. I Church School will convene at
n. Sonera-Miss Ferrol Jones which "TVrtmfiHnn Ttnv"
ac time services *
t< round-th-clock nova, is a beautiful brunette and : ; : : ; led -- -;- ;:; ;
: Baker
wear on this occasion she was becoming rte by boys. I will be held In the Children'sand YARD

'PA'I\ thru Fall! l-and-2- ly gowned In a fuchla silk crepe, S. ; Talk-Soverlgn A. J. Thomas. I Young People's Divisions, un-

; J pc. ptyles. Choose designated on princess lines witha Music-Parker's.Band.AddresaSoverlgn I der the direction of the superintendents -

today! "hug-me-tlght" Jacket of lastex P. M. Bare of these divisions, Mrs. E.
t yours velvet foot.Address K. Perryman and Mrs. W. B. Sew- GOODS

Golden ice cream bells, cookies Council Commander! ell, the teachers of the classes in
H. Fields. these divisions .
I Smart Black! and mints were served by Mrs. cooperating.The
Music-Mrs. Andrews.
Richard O. Kidd, Mrs. D. A Mon- Wesley League meetings for the
teith, Misses\ Martha Powell, Hope Dramatic skit-Mrs. Ira Wilson. Young People will be held In the t SALEPLAIN
New SolidsJX! After the program,,tempting re- Church School
and Georgia Haynes, Essie Cc2s!:: 1 rooms beginning
man, ;Evelyn Stump, and. Arline co were served.'" promptly at 7 o'clock. s
I Gay Plaids! Mann. I ---4 Prayer Meeting service will be

The favors were tiny golden flowers Baptist Missionary Circles conducted on Wednesday evening
at 8 o'clock by members of The AND NOVEI.TfWOOLENS
r tied wltb purple ribbon, to Program and Business
Board of Stewards, Mr. W P.
which were attached a silver bell
! and on the bell was the announce- Meeting Monday At ChurchThe Smith, chairman. ''
Clar-Jean October 2 has been des-
Sunday, ,
r ment: "Mary Canova-George Lloyd I by business and program meet-
School and Ral-
ignated as Church
d Patten, Oct. 18,1938." As a me- of the combined Baptist Mis-
mento of the occasion, the hostess to Circles was held Monday ly Day at which time a goal of SILKS

Slioppe presented a silver bell to Miss Ca- In the Baptist Church, 150 in attendance for the Cburch 'f
School and 200 for tbe Morning
nova. a large attendance present.
Tha lovely affair was attendedby to The opening devotional exercises worship service has been set A AND COTTONSA

about one hundred persons, a lead by the president Mrs. W. special program s being plannedand
announced in next
'. number of them being from other J. Epperson and the Bible study will be
t' week's issue of the Bradford Coun-
1 sT in the state of of
6 I places topic was "A Harvest Song" ty Telegraph. huge selection
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(Psalm 65)) .
j : Baptist Homemakers Class Circle Three had charge of the REVIVAL AT+--GRAHAM- weaves and colors .

Meets AfternoonThe The leader, Mrs. L. A. Revival services will be conducted .1p' for
Friday All styled especially
j assisted Mrs. R.
I was by at.the Graham Baptist Church
. I Homemakers Class of the Alvarez, Mrs. B. M. Fussell and beginning next Monday by Rev. W. FaU-
i, Baptist Church School met Friday .. Paul Raymond. They pre- T. McGuire and W C.Burton. The

H\\ afternoon of last week at the homeof ; an Interesting: dialogue. An services are expected to last two

Mrs. P. M Barefoot at o o'clock. feature in the program: weeks. --- =
and Mrs. H. L. ---- -- --- -------------- ---
Mrs. Barefoot
I a "Quiz Drill" conducted by --+
Brownlee are group leaders. Canova in which all members CHURCH.NOTICE
I At the beginning a short devo- part.Reports. I There will be services at Kings- A Large Variety of I COMPLETE LINE OF

, l tional was conducted by Mrs. W. \ by the officers and aux- I ley Lake Baptist Church. Come NEW

J Epperson, the president. A bus were heard at the begin-I bringing well-filled baskets Sunday Childress'Ladies'FALL
iness session followed in which the of the business session, and I 10 o'clock Farewell Service for SHOES

a following officers were elected: the election of officers for Rev. Tvan Hohannon. Bring a DRESSES

President, Mrs. W J. Epperson; coming year was held. Mrs. A. I gift Everybody welcome. Friendly Five

\ I Secretary, Airs. D. L. Silcox; Darby was elected president, I J L. Silcox, Clerk. Just Arrived
A j iii Teacher, Mrs. W. B. Alexander; : W. B. Alexander, vice presi- I, FOR MEN

Assistant Teacher, Mrs. A M. Dar- ; Mrs. J. M. Brownlee, second j L. A, Canova; Publicity, Mrs. L. 49c to $5.95Gotham i
Si-en-tif-fick
by: Group Captains, Mrs. Inghamand ; Mrs. Ralph Cox, A. Canova; Stewardship, Mrs. R.

Mrs. Harding. Plans were vice-president; Mrs. J. H. A. Thomas; Young People's Leader FOR LADIES
made for work and visiting for the secretary; Mrs. G. W. Alder- Mrs.Ralph Cox; White Cross, -- --

' year and a shower of fruit and oth- to : treasurer. Mrs. L. G. Powell, Mrs. W. H. Perkins; Mission Study,

. er delicacies was planned for a H. I.. Brownlee, and Mrs H. Mrs S. E. Sparks; Orphanage, Gold
, I girl who la 111. .. Hough were elected leaders of Mrs L. A. Shepherd; Sunbeam LADIES
.4 r Following the business meeting, numbers/ one, two atnd Band Misses Doris and Fannie Sil-
Mrs. Barefoot and Mrs. Brownlee I respectively.It cox; Intermediate G. A.. Mrs. E. C. StripeBEAUTIFUL You should see our New

served refreshments to the follow- was announced that the an- Priest; Junior O. A., Mrs. V. H. of
ing members who were present: meeting of the New River Carden: and Y. W. A. Counselor, Shipment

.. ",, Mrs Epperson Mrs. Alexander, ; will be held here Oc- Mrs. T. K. McClane, Jr
I ... Mrs. Darby Mrs. Barefoot, Mrs. 1 and that the week of pray- The October program and the Silk Stockings Silk Lingerie

\i.:.. Brownlee, Mrs. Carrie Ingham, ; for state missions will be ob- church flowers will be In chargeof at
In All the New Fall)) All New Creations
.... Mrs. Harding, Mrs. Silcox, and here the first week in Oc- Circle Number One.

Mrs. J. H Lord. meeting at the church Octo- Shades most reasonable prices
3, at which time the new offi | II Excess Acid causes

y a.. N..nv Cif.'roMMIN: FLO..IUAPO"'E' will be Installed, and names FREE I you paint of StomachS
'1f" + w L.OU' (,"0. be drawn by the members to Ulcer., Indigestion

Let a heal ..,;. who ._I.t.. which circle they will Join. Bloating,G.*,H.artburnBelching,
I. eht.lalsR inl.etrt..r.te. Co.
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'FOil. do 'Fo..r II...... Wiling. After the meeting the ex-board Nausea, cetr...eample of UDGA Alexander &
n.I. Uep.adabl. and appointed the following and a lr*. interestingbooklet tCARPENTER'S
eer.le. : Enlistment Mrs. W. B. I
O. J. PflJ..IPS.'F
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'38 OU', !'F.PTE1\IBER BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH ,_.._ _. '
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I Mrs. C. L. Moltt of Lachoochee SPEED RECORD SET AT 357.5 MPHBONNKVILLE r BKOOKERMliw GIANT t
Nun' I the guest lam week nfIr! i I I BANNER
: and !\frIOV H Oteen and oth.T Vera ('l1lne)'. Cor.

Bits of ; i rlttUvea. "!oF :".'" 'Ri. !: .". . > ," .I -.----
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'J..-."." .'.iI' A )large crowd from here attended "
Mrs W. B. Mundy spent the ,<: ." the Annual Meeting at Union.
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first of the week In Tallahassee us .. ;j"i" Chinch near Hellbronn, Saturday

I IDeal Ne the guest of her sister, Miss Dorothy I : ..;.. '. /and Sunday.
Sapp. f ._ 7IIit! ...,..,. ",...-........ ___. '' Mr and Mra. Charted Hardy-
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CONCERNING OUR PEOPLE, BUSINESS AND I I.I R. R. Hutchings, of Gainesville, I 1: Cl E. McGauley and children

PROGRESS OF TilE COUNTY ANT TOWN spent lust week-end here with his i spent Saturday at Klnitsley Lake
parents M,'. and Mrs T. M. Mr. and Mrs. Arts Taylor and j
.1.1'r Hutchngs.Mrs I children and Mm Morrow spent ,
I
II T saran. last week with relative and
I Mary Dickens, of Chester, I Ii I friends! in Pensacola.Mr. .

I ..,.1'(' Mrs L, D. Vinlng spent John Seymour has returned to S. C., will spend this week-end I anti Mrs. Alph Hazt>n. of t "
,coo, i",' Daytona Bench hs home after spending the summer here all the guest of Mr. and Mrs i Orlando, spent the week-end hereWith hlw, V ( ,I1t'T

i in Montclair, N. J W. L. Wall. her father, Fred, Connelly. 4 f! .- jR. j-I
I \ BiMbap was /a business via and hilt parents, Mr and 111'oJ\
kaonvllle, Tuesday.u Miss Hope Haynes and Miss Lu- Mrs. DeWItt C Jones and Miss I M. ]Hazcn.

cille Kennedy: pent Wednesday Elise Jones, of Gaines vlllo, were I t \L'l' FLAT Utah Capt George E: T. Eyston Mr. and Mrs. Q S. Crottv and

l Mrs D. E Knight afternoon in Gainesville. guests Saturday of Mr. and Mrs. erased John Cobb's 21-hour old record for the world land speed, drivIng baby, of Jacksonville, spent last

ilt n? .day In. Jacksonville." A. M. Darby his! Thunderbolt for II new mark of 857.5 miles per hour. Kyston's: week here with her Runt Mrs A t ...-

Mss! tomell Perry, of Jackson seven-ton Thunderbolt was extensively remodeled for the new record; J. Pinholster. t ra
.. ", I'".ton. of Dunedin, lanl I ville, Is the guest of her mother, I Mr and Mrs. Bob Thomas and Tho faculty members of th.Oiooker ,
Ol the bljtall:\ fin was lemoved, and the hitherto square none was givena l
i,,\ nt :Mathews' dairy. Mrs, B. M. PuHfiell, this week. .Mrs. Bell Hines, of Brooker, were .Ir lliKh School uttfiul.!
streamlining This shows the Thunderbolt It attained
photo as anew
-- 1 guests Saturday of Mr. and Mrs.I the Bradford County Tenclicimeelng ) 64.1U i-

|,r vi,H. Li A Shepherd Mis. It..A. Bishop and daughter, \\I J. J. Rlgdon 'I of 300 iwonl 2. of 357.5 mph replacing\ the record set by John Cobb at Starke Tuesday .attn 'Ir 4 It ihM

: "i vacation in South Nina, were visiting relatives in I noon. I I'OODLAVN
Green! Cove Springs, Sunday. K. G. Duncan has returned to 1 --- -.- ..

his home after enjoying a vacation), Dr. and Mrs W. B. Parks and Mr and Mrs. T. J. Griffin, :Mrs. \\ \

? I il Long and Mrs. D. P.pew Mrs. H. C. Ritch, Mrs. Ethel in Key West and other points on I Miss Kitty Hogseil have returned Carrie Ritch, and Miss Annie Dar ,
i ,pent Tuesday in Jack- Biggs, and Miss Kitty Housed/: the Kant Coast! to their home here after 'spendingthe by were dinner guests Monday Mra. Oscar Curler, Cor. ,

,tlb spent Saturday in Jacksonville. I summer at their home on night!> of Dr. and MrR. C. C. Mendoza -
i I MUM Alma Johns, of Jackson i LOS ANGELES': Calif Said to
---- Miss Helen Pruthcr, Miss MadgeWhigham Klngsley Lake. and, Miss Gloria Johns in
II' I I. l > Vining and Mrs. K. Mr. and Mrs. B. E. James, of and Misses Myrtice and Jacksonville. Miss Johns celebrated I I vlllc, spent the week-end with her i be the largest flag in the United

, f punt,in spent Wednesday inOOavll St. Petersburg, were recent guestsof Florted Killingsworth. spent Sun- j Mrs. 3. H. Ritch returned Sun- her birthday anniversary atI parents, Mr. and Mrs. P. B. Johns States and the only one opts kindin

'I -' Mr. and Mrs Ray Newsome. day In Jacksonville. day spending from two Savannah.weeks with Ga.,her after son- that time. I I of Misses Jacksonville Vera ,and visited Floymae here King:Sun-, the world a giant banner bearIng -

". ft Wltkovskl left Sunday fore.k' Allen Long left today for Chicago Congressman R. A. Green spent in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Brownlee day afternoon.Mr. the insignia of every Division

a vacation in Jacksonville Ill., after a two weeks' visit Monday afternoon in Jacksonvillein H. A. Durden. and Mrs. J. E. Wilson spent Tuesday and Mrs Carl Carter and and every Army Corps that made
and
connection with the American in Jacksonville visiting Miss children, Margaret Llndalee the American ExpeditionaryForce
''J friends with his mother up
Mrs. F. H. Long.
II Legion building project Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Johns have Martha Brownlee, who is confined Ann, of Lawtey, visited Mr. and Is on display In thIs city A
Whitfield of returned their home after visit Mrs. Omar Carter Saturday after-
berta the Staten to a to Riverside Hospital because of thousands
Col. and Mrs. J. E. Futch of sign of welcome to the
spent the wek-end here with Airs. F. W Varnedoe, of Palat with their son und dnuglitor-ln- illness. Friends of Miss Brownleewill non.Mr.
u DeLand, spent the week-end here Dalton Carter of veterans who this week gath-
1 Lula Davis. ka, has returned to her home after law, Mr. and Mrs Freeman JohnsIn be glad to learn that she Is and Mrs.
with Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Brown- a visit here with her parents Lake Butler. Improving spent Sunday in Luke Butler as ered in Los Angeles for the American !\ -

n J-ol Harry Shade, of Gainesville, lee Mr. und Mrs. W. P. Smith guests of Mr. and Mrs. Freeman Legion national convention,

II I ted Circuit Judge A. Z Ad- Friends of D. P. Carpenter will Mr. and Mrs. Nat Williams, Miss Johns the flag Is 00 feet high and 80
E L. Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Wilcox: and Co!. and Mrs. H. V. Knight were be glad to learn that he has returned Elizabeth Williams, and Edwin Mr. Harmon Hodges and Miss
son, of Atlanta, Ga., are guests of dinner guests of Judge and Mrs. to his home after being Williams spent Sunday In Madison Edna Johns, of Jacksonville, vla- feet wide, weighs over a thousand

LIDS! ''Jolly Lamb left Saturday Mr. and Mrs. O. O. Annis, at Law- G. W. Jackson at their St. Augustine confined to Riverside Hospital in as guests of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth ited Miss Ruth Johns, Saturday pounds and reaches from the roofto

} Savannah Ga., where she will tey. Beach cottage Sunday.Mrs. Jacksonville for a few days. Harrington. They were ac- night. the second floor of the eight-
I ___..__1_" l .... ....._ Iteslsal .'%'.'.....*.In., story building from which it Is
-- lone MarionHarrington ----
N i /ncatlonHoppe V flKIrnul1TI4 Uy I1LI.II:
y 1 Master Kaspar Duncan Is spend. J. E. Maines and Miss HatI I Mis, Emma Carlton of Jacksonville who will visit his We will begin a Revival meetingat suspended. Photo shows: Giantbanner

has returned homerpendmg ing this week in Lake Butler Witt tie Fowler, of Lake Butler, wero spent several I days last weekat grandparents.) I Hellbronn Baptist Church beginning carrying Insignia of all
his guests afternoon of Lake the of Sunday night, Sept 25th units of the American Expeditionary -
Wednesday aM guest
a few days In Tam- grandmother, Mrs. Rosa Dun- Kingsley -----
Iiilh" 'elatlvi's.Bin. can. Mr. and Mrs W. B. Alexander. her brother and sister-in-law. MIH. Virginia Carpenter and I i at 7'30 clock with the Rev Bo- "'OJ"ce. displayed In Los Angeles -

I Judge and Mrs. A. Z Adkins. daughter, Joan of Tallahassee. I hannon. of Jacksonville Everybody for the American Legion national -
I I
II I.ic' Wilson, of Plant City, Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Hayes, ol f Mrs. R. A. Green and non, Robi II I spent the week-end here. Joan I in Invited to attend. convention..

I 4 tin guest Saturday of Mr. and Jacksonville, were the week-en I i ert Alex, Jr., spent Monday In Mrs. K. G. Duncan and children, visited her uncle and aunt, Mr I .

I 'i. E I Oowllng. guests of Mr. and Mrs. E.V...1 GainoHVllle with Mrs. Green's par- Kaspar and Margaret Rose and and :Airs. Jos. E. Wilson, at Kings-/:
---- Hayes. ents, Mr and Mrs Y. A. Harris R. F. Thels left today for Tennllle,, Icy Lake and Mrs. Carpenter vis- INSURE WITH M

A Durling, of Hampton, has Ga., for B two weeks' visit with ited, her father, R. A. Weeks, and
Mr and Mrs Fred of Jack- Mr. and Mrs Roy Smith Mrs. Weeks at Brooker.
imed Home after a vacation Mrs W. P. Smith and hei Guy i HAROLD C. WALL Agency
the week-end In ,
several weeks and sonville spent
? lasting daughter, Mrs. F W. Varnedoe, ol ,
of Mr. Dr. and Mrs. Bryant S. Carroll Mrs T. R. Hodges of Cedar
ch took him as far away from Palatka, spent Monday In Jacksonville Hampton as guests Guy's u
seas! Canada parents. Mr and Mrs. J. T. Guy. i and baby, Lois Cornelia have returned Keys, was the guest last week of (Est. Over 50 Years)
to their home In Jacksonville her son-in-law and daughter, Dr. ,

I Mr and Mrs. F. F. Stump spent after spending the summerat and Mrs. W. E. Miirphry. at the I We write EVERY form of INSUUANCE;:-Consult. us as

Sunday In Jacksonville visiting their ,summer, home on Klngsley State Farm. Mrs. Hodges was accompanied you would your Lawyer or Doctor. You may save

DRINK Miss Lillian Stump, who is in Lake. home by Dr. /and Mrs. money and grief. Remember, money spent with your
I training in St. Luke's Hospital! Murphry and baby, Mary Kay, who I local back to
agent come you.
Miss Marjorie Stump, Miss spent the day in Cedar Keys. may

Mr. and Mrs. B. Jacobs spent Dorothy Atkinson, of Bunnell and 1
I Sunday in Jacksonville as guestsof Miss Lillian Stump of Jackson- Mr. and Mrs. J. M Brownlee returned

Cola their son-In-law and daughter, I ville, will spend this week-end to their home here Monday
Pepsi :Mr and Mrs Clarence Nussbaum. here with Mr. and Mrs. F. F. night after enjoying a two weeks'
Stuaip. vacation In Black Mountain and Lseurv

Lacy Rigdon and family and other points in North Carolina r

Mrs. Ada Dell, all of Jacksonville, Mrs. A. V. Long, Mrs. F. A. Ca- Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Brownlee I
were week-end guests of Mr. and nova, and Mrs. J. J. Canova, all of were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jim
BIGGER AND BETTER Mrs J. J. Rigdon and Miss Eva Gainesville attended the musicale Killlan in Waynesvllle, N. C. I II

Rigdon. /given by Mrs. L. A. Canova at theWoman's Leslie Biggs left Sunday for I' A small amount each

Club house Saturday aft- Athens Ga, where he will resume -I
Mr .and Mrs. H O. Lawsonand ernoon. his, studies In the school of week invested in "

daughter Miss Leslie Julia Law- forestry at the University of i
NAT SEZ son, of Auburndale, were guests Mr. and Mrs. James Godbold Georgia Mr\ Biggs was accompa- ourRetirementPlan ", .

: Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. H. A. I and son, James of Jacksonville, nied as far as Jacksonville by Mrs. will enable k'
to
were here Sunday visiting Mra.Godbold's you
Lawson.Mr.
For the last few night I have Ethel Biggs, Mr. and Mrs. D. A.
mother, Mrs W. S. Montelth, Miss Abblo" Harley, and obtain a regular income '
laid up in bed, freezing, too lazy and Mrs. N. Sternberg and Stroman, and sister, Mrs. S. S. Miss Edith Rowe. I

to get up and get more cover, I'll family have returned to their Dowling -- -. per week at

S' .l .>t lots of others, have, too. That' home here after spending the summer MISSION HALL ANDT.BERNACLE !
the of 60 65.
when at their cottage on Kings- Mrs. W. E. Middleton and Miss age or (
very foolish you can get a /
ley Lake. Madge Middleton spent the week- '
blanket from UN for $.119 and keep See our local agent .
end at Jacksonville Beach as the The Mission Hall service last / ,
warm. Here's a style hint. Straw Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Page and guests of Mrs. Middleton brother I :
Tuesday night was well attended. or write -
hats should no longer lie worn ex- sons, Billy and Martin, of Lake I and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. W. Nearly everybody took ;J part in ,. .i
rapt by tourists If you're not a City, were week-end guests of Mr. Q. Dowling the Scripture quotations One lad ,, ,
and Mrs W. H Struth and Miss :'
.
tourist take it off. quoting thirty verses from the 1.
Kate Struth. The W. C. T. U will meet with Psalms. 1"I \.t,

Mrs. R. L. Kemp today (Friday) The subject was: "The SevenI
"}t L. A. Rennolds returned Tuesday at 3:30: P. M. Members and friend Anvt of Jesus." In these expressions : '',J ,,
.t
to his duties In Richmond Va., are urged to attend and bring a of Jesus we find that '

following a visit here with Mrs. short religious poem or article for He Is the All-Sufficient One. There

fj Rennolds who accompanied him the program. Is not an area of human life that .f.1. ;
+I
0 as far as Jacksonville. Friends God, has not provided for. "He [ .t

I will be Interested to know that he Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Johns, and hath blessed us with all spiritual +"'j)

will soon be retired by the Sea- Mr. and Mrs. Freeman Johns, the blessings In Heavenly places in I
board railroad, having completed called Christ." TO BRADFORD rlGROWERS'
latter of Luke Butler, were COUNTY PECAN
I 35 of service, and will be ,
years The toward atheism
Thursday to Jacksonville, due to tendency
home here. the illness of Mrs I. J. Reddish, today Is a, part of the vaunting

who is very 111 there. boastfulness of man who thinks
I 1
himself sufficient for everythinguntil

I I I O. J. Griffin and ,Mr. and Mrs. brought face to face with

1 I Leonard Dranbu of St. Augustine, some of the vital realities of life. .
I The atheist is either fool
to their a or a
i I have returned respective" !
///supreme egotist and that Is
ten I very
homes after enjoying a days'
vacation at Mrs. Ethel Biggs' cot I much the same as being a fool. Pecan Sales Days will be held at the local tJ:(
I Solomon laid "Seeest thou a man ,i
'_ QRESUREtI tage on Kingsley Lake wise In Ills own conceits, there Is State Farmer's Market between Oct. .f \

\7 Fall aryl s N T. Ritch left Sunday for Oxford more Young hope people of a fresh fool than from of him.high J 12 and J 15, a final date to be fixed )later. j jIII

a Papular I Ga where ho will enter Emory :,I.
school with half-baked
educationare
{ rl+ey are) T inwles,outaala OLD FLOORS made like new with 1 at OXford. lie was accompu-' u To the
} ere teadur best the volume '
rife inclined to think It u sign of get prices, must
Paere Shaw 4Qar the most modern Floor Sanding I nled as far as Jacksonville by his
ice We have superior intelligence to be atheists.
hub aid eounuN. oo. equipment See W A Bessant for i mother, Mrs Cnrrle Ritch, Mr. I I While nearly all great men and III be such that will warrant interest of outside r
Pa'r contract quotations. tf I Griffin and Miss
nl Tq' a and Mrs. T. J
] b scientists
Cone who respect their repu- buyers.
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Annie
A dt Darby. tation for truth how before
t FOR SALFr-J931: Model A Ford 1 __ humbly -

Davis panel truck $150 cash.-R. J.tfI Mr. and Mrs. John Shepherd, God. Take marie I Rather than sell your product to the

who have been occupying an Last Friday night the four garden -' first buyer which in will be fora
I BRICK for all purposes Camp- apartment at the home of Mr. and scenes of the Bible were portrayed many cases
vllle Clay Products, Inc., Camp- Mrs. S. R. Johns, left this week smaller
and cuntra"ted.! Eden: price, co-operate with local
for Belle Glade where Mr. Shep- your y,
I Vllle, Fin 8-2*-4 tp man In the garden of God. Gethseraane' -
herd has been transferred from market officials and the benefit of added
: God In the garden of get
FOUNDRed sow, straight split the State Farm.

PfTFS (I I and under slope in one ear and garden man. Heaven of eternity: God and The man ChristianIn In the profits by selling co-operatively for better .,
and swallow fork and upper Will of
crop I Mrs. Blair, Augustus, the enTttfn' nt the world working =
5 5It h slope in other. Owner can have for Kansas, is the guest of her mother I ; -for"'Christ pnces. '

j j cost this ad and feed.-P. B. Johns, Mrs. Sara Coburn, and .1.ter'l Next Friday night another in- i ,II I

| Rt. 1, Box 54, Lawtey. 2tp Miss Amy Coburn. teresting subject will be discuss t:I
rF will to learn 1
Mm. Coburn regret
FOR RENT-Furnished apartmentwith ed. There will be special music
Is confined to her home I
I private bath. Extra room if that she and other features that will make '
Pays to Buy at desired. Locked garage.-F. A. because of serious illness I it worth while. :f

I Scott, Phone S4, Starke Fla. Itp I Friends of Master Jimmy Hoppe CMilt';: 01' %NKS BRADFORD COUNTY STATE lt;

WANTED-Pair second-hand floor will be glad to learn that be U Improving I want to thank the people of FARMER'S MARKET
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platform scales scaling 500 to I at the home of his grandparents Starke for their loyal support In
I Mr and Mrs A. C OurI I intend \
1000 pound Must be in good condition electing me Councilman and -
J. S. LISENKV ManajrerIII
and priced rll'bt.-.J. S Llaenby. I den In Tampa, after having his lII l to serve them to the best of '

Box 314, Starke. Fla. I tonsils removed In a Tampa boaI -',; my ability

4HO-15 I I I pltal the first of the week. DON HOOVER. :rri,




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: !SIX BRADFORD CO TY/,!ELP.GRAI'J1.: STARKE. _FLORIDA __ __ FRIDAY. F.I'TF.\lnF.n: .
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t TRUCKS ARE FRANKENSTEINS, leaders week program foi rh. ,, '.8h

: DECLARES TRAFFIC EXPERT LIVE STATE NEWSFLOUIIJA the university ,., ""ilij
I FARMERS SECTION 1 These studeniK i 1"11'," 'Plslo., >,I Iership
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ability ,It, lea,
GROWERS A that has been South Carolina regulation limit- FACTS IN SHORT PARAOKAPIISOASOLJ.NE "
NOTES OF INTEREST TO BRADFORD problem neglected year here ami h.. ,,,, :(\\nnlr
II
until it has become a Ing the weight of tnicks to 10 I I I ness to work ., elrt.
veritable Frankenstein the tons. '"''
are lly
\
thorlties ,
WAR TK1CKEKY CHARGED In ,IHM 'IIt", a
RURAL large trucks that careen over our 1)1(01'<<'" Offers Ketm-dy KUSTIS. Gasoline sold for 11 TAl\IPA.-A Tampa wife was 1.000 new HI, ,",.,?, ,11 ""," '''lIlali
Hints To Housewives and '''''
highways, a menace to life "Other states confronted with selves '10// ''he
to ,,
th.- ,
in her divorce n' ,
here "price suit before
cents a gallon as a testifying I"
about
To do it is and
property. nothing '
COMMON SENSE the problem of road safety ra
war" developed. Service stationswere a Circuit Court master today, were chosen i I.M t II., ,. ,
to the of .
travel destruction
Weekly from Homo Demonstration path danger.That saving their highways from -
hard pressed to meet motor charging her husband with habitual -- .
Specialist Tallahiwuiee is the opinion of Captain would do well to study I
By SPUDS JOHNSON Milson S. Smith head of the traffic the court's decision and urge their ists' demands.LAZONBY. intemperance "One day he Two copies of , "

FOOD FOR THE .SCHOOL "'LOIUU.UtIEItS ARE bureau of Washington. He has I legislatures to adopt similar stat I came home so awfully drunk he righted are plai "| M, 'I' op

CHILD GARNERING BOUNTEOUS been connected with traffic regulatlona utes. NAMEDQAINESVILLK accouiwd me of moving the front atonal Llbraiy ,u \\ ,"nlJ't

YIELDS AT FAIR PRICES in the nation's capital for "The truck decision Is more far- ,-J. Lance La- door," she said. --- "'01

By Anna Mae Stkes 20 years and la recognized authority reaching than that of safety and znnby, Gainesville attorney, has Michigan hu"l ",

Extension Nutritionist Principal harvest season for on street control. road destruction. As the trucks been Domed state chairman for the t'SED MILLION: KUII of forests 100 \ I CI,

A child builds both physically products of the soil sees Florida "Our highways were never Intended have become almost as large as Junior Bar Conference of the JACKSONVILLE. The state has less than v I" .'Ii

and mentally and he cannot bo farmers garnering rich harvest of to accommodate these Juggernauts railroad box: cars, they have become American Bar Association. chamber of commerce reported a '

stronger than his foundation. Ifhe I that drive the little fellow a means of serious competition ---+-- compilation of federal power com 1
has good habits during his their 193S Inborn with prices off the road and leave death with the rallioads, which have KK.IKCT': TUITION KEB mission figures showed Florida ,\ \ \\\fl'\ S Vlt
certain ranging fropi fair to good on some and destruction in their wake," PKTERSBURO. The Flnel- y I
growing years he Is almost suffered from dwindling freight ST. -- used 76,219,000 kilowatt hours of LEADINGII.
of carrying them through life. and poor on others. Smith told a representative of Labor. receipts. The power given by the las County school board voted electrical energy during July. Total I Z

Good food habits should start today Flue-cured tobacco growers recently "They have been getting Supreme Court to the states might unanimously against a tuition generation within the state !

marketed a crop of about' longer wider and heavier, caus well be taken to mean that a limitation charge to winter visitors In the the report said, was 74,246,000 kilowatt g1 M

When a child of six enters 15.000,000 pounds at an average I ling the destruction of hard-surfac on the size of shipments county's public schools. hours during the month, I. 1

school he may feel he has no time price better than 20 cents, bring i ed highways built with the taxpayers' over the highways may afford relief ---- while imported power from other I.. _

to fat bretikfast or, at best he ing around $3.000,000 into the I, money.Itlofrpp for the railroads." POttKll I'I \ VOTED states amounted to 6.193.000 kllowntt 1 ,
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may have only a hurried meal. northern Florida area where this Tliftn- I..I..ht Pet T urfi May Drive Olf Small Curs I ARCADIA.--Citizens here voted hours and a total of 4,220- '

This condition is due largely to crop is grown. Sea Island cottontrowel'S "We would not a freight UnlfRS something of a drastic 627 to 580 In favor of a municipal I 000 was exported.mmi .

hours of sleep. By regulating the are harvesting a good car to stand on a track in a city nature la done, Smith contended, ownership of an electric light and I --A--- --
street, but these large trucks and
time for going to bed and arising, crop from better than 15,000 acres, I pedestrians and small pleasure I power plant. Freeholders vote In ESCAPES LIGHTNLNG BOLT I

the breakfast hour easily adjusts and are obtaining only fair prices trailers- larger than the average cars may be driven from the highways two weeks on acceptance of a Government I I TAMPA. -- Frank Draper, IS,
freight car--dally are doing just
itself for this long staple which In endeavoring entirely. loan to construct a plant, son of a physician, was telling how
that thing, and nobody Is doing
If one meal Is omitted or is low to come back after beIng anything about it." Even then, he said, residents I, it felt to be struck by lightning.
difficult almost knocked out by the boll streets used by the trucks NOMINATED SHERIFFWAUCHULA. I The his in
in food value, it la very How little attention has been along youth riding bicycle a
for the child to get enough food weevil. Dry weather damaged tlie will continue to suffer. Unofficial returns rainstorm near his home, felt his
given the question Smith said, is
In the other two meals. It is better upland cotton crop, and the harvest "In some Instances," Smith said I from a Democratic primary mount shake violent after a flash
emphasized by a Washington
fool for the la now expected to be only regulation showed W. Blocker Whldden, of I of He
to divide the day providing that a truck and 'claims have been made that pass lightning. was bewildered,
of moderate size. 27,000 bales, 4,000 less than last Oak Gorve, defeated L. G. San he said and
into three meals its trailer shall not be more than ing trucks have shaken houses, jumped off. When
breakfast is year's harvest of the short staple. ders for nomination aa sheriff of he
child's his
The school 85 feet long The average length causing plaster to crack and fall. inspected bicycle, young
the most important meal in his Prices at present are rather low, of a freight car, he pointed out, I A great deal of annoyance la suffered DeSoto County. Draper said he discovered both
day and should be well planned, but the Federal Commodity Credit la 40 feet. because persons cannot sleep tires were flat, the handlebars

with time allowed for eating Corporation has agreed to lend up "The time has come," Smith In early mornings because of the FATAL SHOOTING bent and a bolt was mlsalng. Hurrying
Breakfast should contain to 8.3 cents a pound on 7/8 inch MARIANNA. An argument home his father
always a
added, "when the movement of rumble. To build by pusses would Dr. A. D.
fruit, toast or bread (a dark bread middling staple at the warehouses.In such vehicles should be restricted create an unbearable tax burden. about a peanut crop resulted in I Draper, examined the youth and
at least part of the time), a cereal I spite of a dry spring, thestate's the fatal shooting of Ralph Askew found nothing wrong except a EVERY
not only on the streets of a city "The simplest and least expensIve COMFORT
share
(preferably- a hot one), milk or citrus trees are laden with thev. may. use.__ but_ __ the___ _hours___ as__ waY la to rut down the aize.ength .. : 24-year-old.. -,..cropper'I huge blister on one finger. 01 Ihlt Bottom. __ ___
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and bacon the golden fruit which Is now beginning no .e".e. wnuu vviuuiiuiu, t 0 j, I
cocoa perhaps or eggs. 1 -nd; heart of downtown '""uon.wo. Cnr.1
well. I believe also that the limit weight of these vehicles I
Sheriff Walter
Except in hot weather, one dish to go to market. California surrendered to OUTSTANDING STUDENTS team with tub and ihow.r. KM ,I
'I wn
of length should be considered. and then confine them to carefully
should be warm. A cooked breakfast Texas and Arizona also have Watford and reported he shot Askew GAINESVILLE. Fifty-eight radio. E.ory beel with Inntnpit?. Inm
There is ample authority for so restricted highways, which the ordinary and r.adln, lamp, 1.1
bumper this and the when he thought Askew was Bum*, .
food ia more economical and, crops year of
University Florida
1 students, water on *.. lloor.POFUIAA.
the United '
doing, States Supreme' driver, if sensible, would IT
about to shoot Wlndham's Investigating
as rule, more nourishing than ability of the markets to absorb son. 31
a
I representing different cities, PRICED
Court having I II II avoid.
recently upheld a carefully
a prepared one and should be served the crop at profitable prices re- officers said they j who made outstanding all-around COCKTAIL LOUNGE and COFFEE SHOP I IOiti.f

most of the time. When a pre mains to bo seen. The State Cit I lounu no gun on ASlteW, records last year as I. ., OUNB H...,.

pared cereal is served hot milk rus Commission, canners and others Large Number Cattle Ing flies and perhaps other insects.He ----- I were named by J Ed. freshmpn'j HOTEL PATTtN f HOTU OISOTO I
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are endeavoring to aid the Industry I suggests that protective measures :U.X'IF'" SHOT may be used. Cocoa occasionally I ant dean of students, - -
made with whole milk, toast, muffins in disposing of the crop. Will Go On Feed For be adopted promptly when the FORT MYERS.-Peace Justice ,

bacon and eggs all add New organizations, notably FlorIda 1939 Fat Stock Show disease occurs, to prevent spread. Roy Lamberton said Harry Cooper. :

warmth to the meal. Citrus Producers, Incorporated 'I Affected horses appear sleepy 30 and his 28-year-old schoolteacher

\1 Supper should be planned with and Florida Citrus Producers' GAINESVILLE.-Cattlemen of and often rest against supports. wife. Lou Ella, were shot' FUNERAL HOME

ii the noon meal in mind. If the Trade Association, have entered Florida are already laying plans The gait is apt to be wobbly and and killed here. A coroner's jury I Full line of Caskets & Undertakers Sumillrn
Incoordlnnted. Muscular tremors found a fatally AMBULANCE
the field In recent months.! Cooper plumber SERVICE
: child carries a lunch at noon, particular to feed steers for entry In the fifth
and twitching are noted around wounded his wife and Lamberton DAY AND NIGHT
I'' emphasis needs to be placed Truck crop planting is under annual Florida Fat Stock Show
lips, neck ana shoulders. Grinding said witnesses told him Cooper ] 53 PHONE S3
I ;, upon vegetables at night. Two way, delayed in some instances by and Sale to be held in Jacksonville, G. II. BENNETT, Mrr.)
of the teeth and Inability to swallow then ended his own life. Both died ,
1"I vegetables besides potatoes should dry weather. But it ia certain that February 23 and 24, 1939, says W. develop in later stages. almost Instantly, Mrs. Cooper of "A HOME-LIKE INSTITUTION"FUNERAL
t be served dally. One of these may J. Sheely, animal husbandman I 1
large acreages of winter vegetables wounds in the abdomen and near
be served at noon or both may be with the State Agricultural Extension To protect horses against blood
included in the night meal. In will be planted. Celery grow- Service and chairman of sucking insects which transmute the heart, and her husband of a ,

addition to these, eggs, meat or era shipped 81 percent of last sea the stock development committee I. the disease Dr. Sanders recommends shot sh rough the A temple., DIRECTOR
meat substitute, bread, fruit or a for the show. mi M.DRUGGIST I
son's production, and are favorably Early reports Indicate i
that barns be
and staoies IN POLITICS My Many Years Experience Makes It
Possible for Me to Render
r. simple dessert, and milk will make inclined towards continuing a large number of animals
kept scrupulously clean throughout PERKY. of EFFICIENT
I -- Representatives PROMPT and COURTEOUS SKKUOEMODERATE
a nourishing meal. proration. of shipments for the going on feed for the show. ,
work horses and
summer and Florida medical
f professions named I PRICES
The child's diet should contain:
1938-39 season. The show and sale, usually held I mules be kept in ,screened stables Dr. Russ A. Williams, of Miami, I
Foods to build such aa milk, DeWITT
Tung oil growers expect to harvest In March, has been set for the latter : at night until frost cornea. Muslin and Fred L. Touchton, of Avon C. JONES
i eggs, cottage and other cheese, around 10,000,000 pounds of part of February next year so fly net should be provided for Park, aa potential candidates for Starke, Florida
fish meat and cblcken.r ..
I Da .- 1
r
seeds that the excellent beef Nlrcht ph. 1.13
containing 2,000.000 pounds sold there horses at work. During the sum governor in 1940. The dozen doc
Foods to regulate the internal
r of oil, for about half of the na I may be distributed to hotels and mer horses should be pastured durIng tors, dentists and druggists decided -- -
activities of the such aa
fruits, and body mUk.I vegetables I tion's 1938 total. The federal government restaurants while a number of daylight and stabled at night. not to nominate anyone definitely ..

rl Foods to stimulate growth and is establishing field research tourists are still in the state. Fly repellents are recommended.Dr. at tbs caucus but to submit
I
,I headquarters at Gainesville Rules and regulations with lists Sanders says that recent researches the two names In a statewidemall
such milk tomatoes
health, as
promote I For
cabbage, carrots, spinach, and other Southern points to aid of prizes offered, are being mailed have developed a protective poll among the professions Expert RepairingSmith's
the industry. A new crushing to all Florida cattlemen vaccine that should be
, [ turnips, oranges, and lemons. in the next applied within 30 days. A. W. Morrison,
!11' Foods to provide sufficient energy plant will operate at Brooker this I few days, Sheely says. Anyone to horses from four to six weeks Miami druggist, who instituted the

: \, for all the activities of the season. failing to obtain a copy can secure before the danger season- -summer I campaign to select a medical man

, child, such as breads, sweets, cereals Florida pecan production this one from his county agent or the and fall. Animals in early stages I backed solidly by his colleagues, Garage.
, and butter. year ia expected to reach 1,774,000 Jacksonville Chamber of of the disease may be treated by a I will conduct the voting. He said

. pounds, 16,000 more than last merce. veterinarian with serum prophy there are 10,000, doctors, dentists, I
: ,
: year. Quality of animals shown com-I lactic. On premises where Infection druggists and nurses In Florida.

BUS SCHEDULE Farmers' State MArkets, located risen each year since the is present, all exposed animals The meeting at this little village' DAY PHONE 120 NIGHT PHONE 31

Southbound at principal producing centers, gan In 1935, Sheely says, and be should be examined carefully just north of Key West, discussed

No. 203: -Due Siarke :5:15; p.m. are proving beneficial to growers expects a larger number of best and regularly for symptoms of the a possible platform informally but I Wrecker Service Day or Night

No. 207-Due Starke 11:45: p.m. in disposing of their products. grade animals to be entered in the disease that treatment may be administered decided to take no action before a

No. 203-Due Starke 12:15: p.m. Efght freezing and storage plants I 1939 show. Only finished steers _early._ __ ___ I 1 candidate was selected.
n u
No. 201-Due Starke 10:20: am. are under consideration for the I which have been owned by the exhibitor
fishing Industry. Quick-freezing for at least four months
r Northbound and storage plants for various will be permitted in the show.

: I'' No. 202-Due Starke 1:50: p.m. products are being erected. Meat- The show has stimulated pro jagtun mri mm

No. 204-Due Starke 4:15: p.m. curing and cold storage operators duction of fine quality beef and I

No. 206-Due Starke 9:15: : p.m. are lawing plans for a season in better pastures throughout a good

I I No. 208-Due Starke 3:00: a-m. which they expect to cure more part of the Florida cattle belt, In

I No. 214-Due Starke 9:20: a.m. than the approximately 5,000,000 the opinion of The South ? II
Sheely. I WHAT A LOVELY KITCHEN.NELL... ITS AGASSTOVE HOW DO |
I Starke Bus Agent: Beasley'a pounds of meat cured the past eastern manager for one of the big OUT HERE IN THE COUNTRYTO0..WHY VOUR YOU GET CAS WAY OUT HERE I IRIGHTTHERE CAN YOU COOK A
Service Station, opposite court season. :
packing companies stated recently
STOVE LOOKS MORE MOPERN THAN MINE!
house. Reports from all areas indicate that he had sold some beef from I SEE. MEAL FOR 3 CENTS?
that the beef cattle Industry is the 1938 sale to discriminating I
\ ahead la East Coast hotels. After the beef I OF COURSE'. THERE ARC TWO TANKS
MALARIA I forging steadily quality
SO ONE IS ALWAYS
You when adoptcountrycooking
u ITS THE LATEST can you
666 being Improved, and pastures and was served to his guests, the hotel

! In T <1.7.. anil .ell.TM range lands cleared and seeded to purchasing agent made a vain attempt MAGIC CHEF IN RESERVE city style,

i COLDS nutritious grasses. Around 2.000 to secure more, so pleasing' when you cook the Magic
acres are expected to be seeded to was Its quality. LOOK AT
bin. Chef with rtal "PYRO-
Liquid,Tablet". ttwmt darl clovers to provide winter grazing Prizes aggregating $941 are offered THIS HIGH way,

"I Tr.U.lIlTI.Wo.ld.o.. Drape .Headache SO minutes.. BeLiniment .' following research last year by the for the 1930 show. Competition SPEED OVEN AND FAX" Gas on a beautiful mod

r Experiment Station which indicated will be by Individual SMOKCLESS.SWING1OUT ern stove!

, that clover can be grown on pena of three and car-lots steers'l. BROILER For the small charge of

moist lands with lime, phosphate with a special 4-H club exhibit. 1
"PYROFAX"Gas
and added.In $9.7S you can have
potash
J r' The Florida Fat Stock Snow and
I' spite of numerous pests and Sale is sponsored by the Jackson I regulating equipment In-

; adverse conditions which beset the ville Chamber of Commerce with stalled. Any Magic Obef:

., farmer, production of most crops assistance from the State Agricultural JS. "PYROFAX" Gas range you.
I la excellent. Markets on all except Extension Service, State
} : ', citrus, cotton and turpentine Department of Agriculture, State I KNOW GAS IS BEST FOR COOKING, OKAY choose may be bought on con

THE are from fair to good. Marketing Bureau, railway development BUT DON'T YOU FIND "pYROFAX"GAS EXPENSIVE? WELLJOM.YOU WIM I PARUW&YOU'LLLOV6 .. venient payments.

.. agents Florida and South NOW I'LL MOVE O THE Decide now that life is too
--"---
SMILE ern packers and buyers, Jackson "HEAVENS N0 COUNTRY.".. IT! short for dust,ashes,kindling,
ville banks the State Cattlemen's jl'TS
-pYROFAX'GAS
f Florida "Flighting Association implement dealers SAVING USMONEY. I y" wicks and soot! Send in the

of Gators" To and fertilizer concerns County IT ONLY .coupon and find out all about

I Agent A. S. Lawton of Duval la COSTS ME 3 OR 4 fast convenient economical
Begin Season ,
PROTECTION general chairman of the committee CENTS TO COOK A Gas.
AX"
with
i: cooking "PYROF
;
la charge. BIG FAMILY PINNER*.
It nnlv come from University of Florida Gainesville ...
-- -
1t\\ sound, ;adequate Insurance under the lights of the brilliantly

j I Every element of illuminated Florida Field Sleepy Staggers Clip the Coupon

worry and fear Is taken Stadium Saturday night, Florida's Attacks Animals

; from your shoulders "Fighting Gators" open their 1938
I and, the cost is small! football schedule. Scrappy Stetson In FloridaGAINESVILLE. i : NOWDAVW /

with a veteran team, expects

I LET US WRITE to throw everything It possesses .-Equine encephalomyelitis --------------
into a supreme effort to beat Flor horse plague, blind .....- -
YOUR INSURANCE! ida. On the other hand, the Ga staggers or sleeping sickness haa. PYROFAX (ltJIGLEV Il

We represent: several targe, tors can take no chances, despite been positively Identified aa occur-'.1' STAKKE, FLA.

i reliable companlca In the the fact that no less than 28 untried Ing in Florida, says Dr. D. A. I would like to know bow littl

I Theft Liability Annuity sophomores must In large, Sanders, veterinarian, with the, TradeMarieDEPENDABLE it would cost me to cook with

Life and Fire fields. measure, be depended upon to bear State Agricultural Experiment I "PYEOFAX". GurAGE -> '
the game burdens. No opening Station. Numerous reports have I GAS SERVICE

j game, certainly in recent years, been made recently of suspected
JOHNS ANDWAINWRIGHT baa caused so much widespread ClUeS In this state. The trouble Is I COOKS-HEATS WATER-MAKES ICE-IN HOMES BEYOND THE OAS MAINS

Interest. Authorities here anticipate common In other areaa. A4d.r- -
See & DAVIS
that a record will be established Dr. Sanders says the disease Is QUIGLEY

caused virus and la known DEALER FOR ELECTRO-ACOUSTIC LAB. WTLLISTON
pnONE IS for first-game attendance. I by a FLA.
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SEFTEMKEIt 83, 1038 BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA PAGE SEVEN
TELEGRAPH STARKE
,inV,
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tal tn the nonfarm population of 1 PINE LEVEL

the Northeast on the' other hand, I HERE ARE THE FACTS NEW AND OLD
/ ECONOMIC thenwere 8500.000( children In a Mr*. II. :\.. McRue. CorrespondentMr

group that received 42 percent of i
and Airs G W Boone and
thi total| national income :21 ,
CONCERNING CZECH SUDETEN DISPUTE
CONDITIONS tiles as much Income available to laughters, del and Azalee and i p
son John of Sampson, were dinner
educate only twice as many chil-
guests at H M McRue's, Sunday.
dren. I Miss Vesta McRae spent too
t OF THE SOUTH I This disparity in the educationalload Statesmen fear another World EORDER DEFENSES declaring! ; on Feb 20 that Germany week-end with Misses Helen and

,, which bears so heavily on the I War may start in Czechoslovakia, I I would protect German peoples wh Dorethea Norman In Gum Branch

v i South, continues. In 1930 the rate i I a tiny republic created by treatiesof Were" unable "to secure along the section.
A REP"INT: OF THK HKPDRT PREPARnDKcil of natural Increase in the population -
the last Worla War. i \ n. borders the rights to general human
THK Mr. and Mis\ B M. McRae and
PRESIDENT DY THE I la the southeastern
was greatest Here are some of the facts about political and Ideological freedom
A 1 VAT1ONAI.: EMERGENCY: COUNCIL, and southwestern sections of the country, the dispute and the ." children and Mr. and Mrs. O. J,

the United States where Jackson and little son, Ronald, attended -
precisely leaders Involved. He said
on Monday night that
the annual at Un-
meeting
'. 'Il' Early In July Prenlrtcnt Rnnnevelt onll.our South the lack of educational opportunityIs The country: Germany would aid the Sudetens
fill v. I "ornnomk prnblom and anknil Iho National Kmrtrnoncyal already most pronounced. Czechoslovakia was formed Oct. If ion Church, Sunday.
they needed help to gain these
\ !I, and conclutnlatiMiiunt. of the needs und problems of of Gum
Little Neuman
his, ,'e"enllthe NE" submitted Itp riplit. Ire"'ntln"", "In 1 The southern regions are affected 28. 1918 from parts. of Bohemia. "rights." He admonished the Harley
degree, the manifold' assets and. IIdvltnta C.... possessed hI' the by population shifts more than I Moravia, Silesia, Slovakia and Ru- i Czech government to reach an un- Branch, was visiting his grandparents -
11I".rne. Irhllarlly nut with what the south has but with I thenlu Mr. and Mrs. H. M. McRae
'if ti because the greatest which before the war were q
other sections
'
't la n reds" Lost MI nn 1' of ollr sanders" take oftener nl .erlalll ; derwlandlng with the Sudetcns. '
,rdi In the report, w.. hasten to add that Ihla eUl'vey was proportion of movers originate under the Austro-Hungarlan empire Sunday.
I .d "mart-aleck Yankees' hilt wee aided b/ the cuutteelr 1920's the States The Czechs fear Germany may -
'h' ;., ummltt..a of "IHlthern .ltI..na known fur their Interest there. In the AYE tl'10; annex at least the Sudeten
A JF
,r 'nd l their I fnmlliiirlty with Its l"ob1..m" It prenenta a Bin south of the Potamac and Ohio rivers Population: 15,000,000: ( Including .. area na she did Austria. Thet'ze'hs SUNNY BROOK FARM
::1". a obtain a plrtuip of the !South In relation 'o the remainder and east of the Mississippi lost j nearly 9.000,000 Czechoslovaks, 3-
fl t R. Cronby, Cor.Mr .
I ;i? and will be reprinted In the Telegraph" In IllHtUllllKMltH.SECTION are determined to fight 1110yc.
,h'' about 1,700,000 persons through i 500,000 Sudeten Germans so nam-
I i should that occur. Czech allies are

5 $3.53 In Florida. migration, about hulf of whom ed because of the Sudetes moun- &rl>h France and Soviet Russia, and. *. Kelly Honored

So much of the profit from were between 15: and 35 years of I tains among which they live; Britain has Indicated she very likely Mrs. Marcus Conner intertalned

AND age. These persons moved at the'' smaller groups of Poles, Magyars, last at her home)
PRIVATE southern industries goes to outside would be Involved If France got Friday night
financiers in the form of dividendsand beginning of their productive life Kulhenluns and other minorities. into n war. honoring Mrs. H. B. Kelly a recent -

PUBLIC INCOME Interest, that State Income to regions which got this man- Area: 54,000 square miles. The bride with a miscellaneous
The
I almost tree of cost, whereas Sedeten Germans, live in perhaps I "other countries":
taxes would power shower,
wealth of natural resources'I produce a meager/ the South which had borne the l/20th/ of Hits area, but the Sude- Germany counts us her partic-
The! yield In with similar .
Ihe South .Its forests, minerals, comparison I expense of their care and education ten regions form the border with ular friends, Italy and Japan, and About fifty people were present.She
levies elsewhere. State taxation received useful gifts
soil- -benefit the South when Germany. me three are linked In an accordto many
MUlE to the time they
,I does not reach dividends which up epaI At a late hour Mrs. Conner was
when they can be turned Into could start producing suffered an The dispute: : fight against world communism I'I
lid, and services which Its peo- flow to corporation stockholdersand I almost complete loss of its Invest- I The Sudeten Germans wanted to They are the Authoritarian, assisted In serving punch and cake
management in other States; I' j by her mother, Mrs. Buluh Kelly,
seed So far the South has en- ment. The newcomers to the become a part of Austria at the Fascist, Nazi states I I I
and as a result, these people do and Mrs. J. R. Kelly.
,'.d relatively little of these bent not pay their share of the cost of I I South did not, by any means bal end of the World War. Now extremists Britain, France, Soviet Russiaare

t simply because It has not ance this loss The cost of rearing among them want to join sympathetic to the Czech ef-
southern returned last
schools and other In tl- O. M Bennett
J the money or credit to develop tutlons. I and schooling the young people of Germany The formal demand of forts to keep their little republic week from a month's visit In Jack-
id purchase them. I the southern rural districts who the Sudeten German party is for Intact, but likewise Britain and

Ever since the War Between the Under these circumstances the moved to cities has been estimated Independence in local government e .' .' eelne3 France are urging the Czech gov- sonville and Georgia with relatives -

atee the South has been the' South has piled its tax burden on to be approximately $250,000000 ,- at least. The Sudetens claim the ernment to do everything possibleto .

,test section of the Nation. The the backs of those least able to annually.The Czechoslovaks have not fulfilled reach a reasonable compromiseto Mrs. A. H. Johns and son L. M.

best State In the South ranks pay, in the form of sales taxes. South must educate one- I World War treaty pledges, to protect j assure peace. Guinea, of Starke, were visiting
capita Income thane (The poll tax keeps the poorercit- Interests of the German- eat Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Crosby Mon-
'er in Pr third of the Nation's children with The lesser nations of Europe
outside the re- izens from voting In eight southern This Illustrates the Magl- day night.
State speaking minority. map
poorest one-sixth of the Nation's school I i have kept thus far In the back-
Incomethe States;; thus they have no effectivemeans The Czechoslovak the line, II. B. spent
,,a. In 1937 the average revenues. According to the most government not line and Siegfried; ground, but watchful and waiting. Mr. and Mrs. Kelly
South was $31; In the rest of protesting against sales conservative estimates the per vows It Is willing to grant all reas- border defenses of France ami last week-end in Jacksonville with,

country It was $604, orally taxes.) In every southern State Statein onable demands' It has offered to Grmany respectively where military relatives.
richest
the
of the
twice as much. but one, 69 percent of the revenue capita ability educationIs establish local cantonal governments activities have been rife late- Card class Mrs Irene Johns. Floyd and Lester Crosby were
the to support
In 'prosperous' 1929 south- Is raised by sales taxes. In the country of Three would be German- ly and where two armies await the Primary Teacher, Mrs. Marion business visitors to Gainesville.
Even I' six times as great as that
:
L farm people received an aver- northeast on the other hand, not State. i dominated and Include about 2- outcome of the Czechoslovak crl- Sapp. Tuesday

the poorest 000,000 of (he 3. 00OOO Sudetens eli French officials have placed There are about thirty-five -- -.--

e gross income Although southern teachers com- The Czechoslovak government refused -I much credit on reports that GermanY'1I members enrolled,

only $186 a pare favorably with teachers else- to relinquish control of foreign Siegfried line at the border i i Everybody Is Invited to come D007'SE"SJEtCll

ia as compare I where, the average annual salary affairs, financial and military | Is only her first defense. Her and bring someone with you. Sunday Miss El fie Crawford, Cor.MI' .

I with $528 formers i of teachers in Arkansas for 1933- policy 'I Bccond or Hlmlenburg line theFrench School begins at three o'clock

e 1 III e : U was $'65, compared to $2,361 The Sudetens say this Is not heard ends about ten miles every' Sunday afternoon.B and Mrs. J. S. Rosier and

'(re Out oft tor New York State for the same enough I back from the northern frontier )i daughter, Inca, were visiting in

,jt t $188 south- : yea, and In no one of the Southern The reason for the fears of A third and nameless defense line F Henfroe was visiting his Ocala, Sunday.

a farmers had States was the average salaryf I war: Is supposed now to be under con- I son-in-law' and daughter Mr. and Mrs W. M Red lKh and daughters -

pa: ill their h A u teachers equal to the average !'I Chancellor Hitler of Germany "notion on them northern banks of' Mrs R J, Turner last week. Pansy and Eva; Jean, were

rating e x of the Nation. In few places In' annexed Austria on March 13 after the lihlne i Mr and Mrs, M L. Johns and shopping In Jacksonville last

ue tools the Nation, on the other hand Is''I I children were visiting In Hellbronn Thursday.

-tihzpr seed, the number of pupils per teacher I Springs Sunday.. Mr. and Mrs Lee Johns, of Live

.ws and Inter- r. .w yt higher than as In the South. Overcrowding BO AT DRAIN NEW RIVER Mr. and Mrs O. E. Crosby and Oak spent Sunday here with his

ii I on debt so of schools, particularly I Mrs. Z. Z. Griffin, Correspondent\ Mrs. 0. K Crosby, Correspondent children were business visitors In I, parents, Mr. and Mrs. Hartley

.at only a trace in rural areas, has lowered the Starke and Lawtey Saturday aft- Johns.
of that sum standards of education and the I Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Garrett and -\l\al !Meeting' ernoon. Mrs R. N. Crawford and son

a left for the short school terms of southern ru-' family visited In Silver Springslast The Revival meeting which was who Stanley, were visitors to Jacksonville -
Mr and Mrs. W. T. Turner
rchase of food | ral schools further reduce their ef- week conducted by the Rev. W. T. McGuire have the lust few months Monday
spent
ithes, and the fectlveness. Mrs. Eva Garrett, of Sumpter of Long Bridge! Christian W. M. Reddish and Darby Gas-
|
: with their son-in-law and daughter -
IIcl88 of life. In the South only 16 percent or :a. C.: visited ner parents Mr. ana Church, closed weanesuay night the tins, of this section, were visitors
I Mr. and Mrs. Rutledge, are
I.I hardly surTHE SOUTH'S SHARE IS SMALLESTa I the children enrolled in school are Mrs F. M. Garrett lust week. I with fourteen becoming membersof guests of their son-In-law and to: Jacksonville, last Friday.
erer1nng with I the church. A large crowd at- Little Esther Geiger, of this section -
In high school as compared Harvey Gainey spent the past daughter Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Tur-
IIT T :rat such ordinary Items as a single State gets more than 44 24 percent In States outside the week-end with Edwin Donnelly, of tended the meetings and everyonewas ner, Is spending this week with

tomoblles, radios and books are percent of its income from this Lake. wonderfully blessed by his her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. O.

,atlvely rare In many southern source and most of them get far South. education in the South Kingsley I messages.A Mrs. G. W. Sapp and Mrs. Lonle l C. Geiger, near Starke.
Higher Willie Green ia visiting his slater
Mott of Brooker were visiting and children
) Mrs. Willie Johnson -
witty areas. less.The efforts of southern communities I has lagged far behind the rest ot Mrs. W. A. Brown, In Orlando, Sunday School was organizedat Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Sapp Sunday this
of Dover, are spending,
For more than half of the South'sua '! the Nation. The total endowments this week. Long Bridge Sunday afternoon ,
families-the 53 percent who to increase their revenues I of the colleges and universities of after baptism. The following offi- afternoon.J. week here with her sister and
and to spread the tax burden more Tom Cooper Is visiting his aunt C. Wynn, of Hampton spent brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Ar-
t tenants without land of their the South are less than the combined cers and teachers were elected:
fairly have been impeded by the Yale and Mrs. 'Hattie Moore, of Ovleda this the week-end with Kenneth Tur- vied Johns, of this section.
Incomes are far lower. Many endowments of Superintendent C. C. Butler.
of interests: week. last week. Retha of near
vigorous opposition schools ner Miss Geiger
,
bouaunds of them are living In Harvard. As for medical
outside the which control Assistant Superintendent, M. J. Starke the week-end herewith
nerty comparable to that of the region the South does not have the facilities Mrs. Flora Blanton and daughter spent
much of the South's wealth. Moreover HAMPTON Sapp. Miss Effle Crawford.Mr. .
wrest. peasants in Europe. A to educate sufficient doctors Audrey, and Mr. and Mrs
tax revision efforts have been : Secretary, Mrs. M. F. Wiggins. I Clinton Rutledge of Jacksonville, and Mrs. L. F. Green, of
cent study of southern cotton for Its own needs. !Miss Ada Nimmo. Correspondent
In sections by the Treasurer, Mr. S. L. Crews. Lake spent the week-end
some ,
'notations Indicated that the av- hampered Since adequate school and other and Mr and Mrs W. J. Rutlodge City

Page tenant family! received an fear that their industries would 1 means of public education are !Mr. Kite EntertainsMrs. Bible Teacher Rev. Willie Men- of Tampa, and Mrs. Ola Rutledge here with their son and daughter-
move to neighboring communitieswhich successful chew. of Brooksvllle, were the dinner in-law, Mr. and Mra. BIll Green.A .
:come ''Jt only $73 per person for I indispensable to the Lester J. Kite was a charmIng -
year's work Earnings of share would tax them more lightly functioning of a democratic nation, hostess at her home near Senior Teacher Mrs. Jessie Lee guests of Mr. and M'rs. R. J. Tur- large crowd from this section

-or even grant them tax ex whole Is concerned when she entertained on Luzenby. ner Sunday. attended church at Union, Sunday.
oppers ranged from $38 to $87 the country as a I Hampton,

T person and an income of $38 emption for long periods.The with the South's difficulty In Thursday Sept. 8, In honor of her .

:inually means only a little more hope that industries would meeting Its problem of education. daughter, Mrs. Albert J. Newman "., ......i.... .,. _- ._ '_ f'J. ,. ..- ....'I .of-! .
',an 10 cents a day. bring with them better living conditions Illiteracy was higher in 1930 In of Gainesville, the former Louise

The South's Industrial wages, and consequent higher taxrevenues the Southern States than in any Kite
I
<
in the United States. In 1937 the competitive tactics of the North Central States had a enjoyed, with guessing contests a

>anon labor In 20 important In- communities themselves. Many percentage! of 1.9. New Englandand I feature of the occasion. Attractive rSAV
southern towns have found that Atlantic States
the Middle awarded the winners
utrlea got 16 cents an hour less prizes were I
Industries which are not willing to of 35.: I
inn laborers In other sections re combined had a percentage A miniature glass "Cinderella

"Ived for the same kind of work. pay their fair share of the cost In the South the percentages rang- Slipper" was won by Mrs. M. C

,'areover. less than 10 percent of of public services likewise are not ed from 2.8 in Oklahoma to 14.9 Sweeney and a pottery vase was E PER'fYyOUR ;;' ;
fair and so State in ,
he textile workers are paid more willing to pay wages In South Carolina. Every /given Mrs. Newman.

"an 52,5 cents an hour while in add little to the community'swealth. I the South except Oklahoma had a Delightful refreshments were -P R

1e rest of the Nation 25: percent percentage higher than 6.5: per served the guests by the hostess i t F1SC1'flOFROM

Je above this level. A recent cent.But assisted by Mrs. lames Kte the I -

Jrvey of the South disclosed that SECTION 0 I the poor educational status of honoree's grandmother; and cousin -i C

''le average annual wage in In- EDUCATIONGreat of the South Is not a result Miss Dora Mae Wynn. :

utry was only $865: while in the [ lack of effort to support total, schools.taxes The Ladies attending this hospitable :
numoers of Americans are The South collects in Mrs. New- I ta
malning States It averaged I as affair besides i M;
1,219 continually moving from one region -{, about half as much per person South- man were: Mrs Niram Wynn,

In income front dividends and to another. This makes poor the Nation as a whole. All national Dora Mae Wynn, Mrs. T. M. Chas-

Merest the South is at a similar schooling in any region a matterof l ern States fall below the child tuin Mrs. Claude L. May, Mrs.

"advantage In 1937 the per national concein. Illiteracy, I average In tax resources per Gordon Wadsworth, Jr., Mrs Carl r4t

5Pita Income In the South fromIVldends poor training lack of education, go although they devote Income a larger to Wynn, Mrs. M. C. Sweeney Mrs.

and interest was only along with those migrating people share of their tax States Lynn Hall. Mrs. L. J. Wynn, Mrs.
tf55 who have not had schools. The fact schools For the Southern and daughter
as compared with $68.97 Leaston Wynn <
the source of a to spend the national average per I < '''
Is Mrs.
the rest of the country. that the South additional Elaine, all of Hampton; r
Since the South's people live so considerable part of the rest of pupil would require an James Kite Mrs. Ira Wilson, Mrs.

*e to the poverty line, its many the Nation population makes the quarter of a billion dollars of rev- One Wiggins Mr. Claude Prevail The 1937 Florida Legislature passed a law known :'

,"cal political subdivisions have I South's difficulties in providing enue. and Mrs Leonard of Starke; at the Murphy Act that provides for settlement of ,
and 1935: more far back the 1934 sale and ,
Between 1933 taxes delinquent as as prior
ad In Mrs.
difficulty providing of Federal/ funds the Clerk of the Circuit Court to adver-
w In the United States. as a whole than $21.000,000 J. M. Amberson, of Birmingham by requesting f
Mrs.
schools and other ser- and .
public be- I to keep rural tise and sell them They will be bid In by the property
>'ics: necessary in any civilized It Is more possible than ever were necessary and more than 80 I Ala. owners or their agents. The cost Is very small and consists l!

''onuiumlty, In 1935 the assessed fore to supply training for chil- schools open amount was need- of advertising! cost of sale, and search fees. This. ."! t4
'aloe of taxable property in the dren and young people. The child percent of this local and I Personals I II Data will In no wise Jeopardize the rights of the owner. ji

s Wh averaged only $463 per per- population has only doubled since ed In the South, where unable to I Mr. and Mrs O. L. Harrisonand liy allowing these taxes to remain open on the I. '

"W- while In the nine Northeastern 1880 while the adult population State governments were children O. L. Jr., and Miss 1 books you are running the risk of having your property "' .
Mates' it InIher has Increased more than threefold.Too carry the burden. Caroline and Mrs. Martin all of sold under a tax deed, and In the event of an application ; J
amounted to $1,370.( j' 1.
capacity per In 1936 the Southern Slates of Mr. for tax deed being filed against this property,
words, the Northeastern the productive of an average of $2 .11 per Leesburg were the guests you will be required to pay the full amount of the './ 'II' j,'
) far In excess spent last
'toes had three times as much worker today Is In In schools, or about half the and Mrs. M. L. Watterson taxes now due. It will then be impossible to settle }
child
what it was 60 years ago the ; "f'
roperty Sunday.
per person to support for the country as a wholeor under the Murphy Act.
Ihelr' schools and other Institution South, however owing to the higher average of what was spent per Mr. and Mrs Perry, of Jasper, The object of this law Is to relieve the property II !

*. birth rate and to the migrationof a quarter State In 1935-: I visited Miss Ophelia Bryon last owners of a heavy delinquent tax burden. The act is -I I
adult workers the proportion of child In New York effective for only a few months longer and at Its expiration
Consequently notable
Is .
South
the Saturday.Rev. '
workers to school children 36 the average school child en- the title to property that l In not paid up will 'J\;
to bring its schools and many productive than elsewhereIn rolled in Mississippi had 27.47' Newton, pastor of the First automatically be vested In the State of Florida. Save '
Other much lower '
public services to national la At the Church here will fill his ( ;I
up A study of this spent on his education. I' Baptist your property from confiscation. Make your application S
Wards even though It tax the the country.in 1930 showed that there same time the average school child regular appointment next Sunday Bt the Clerk's office at once >l:

''Itber liable wealth as heavily as any condition adults to 6 children as enrolled In New York State had morning and evening .

section. In 1936 the Stated were 10 10 adults for 4 children $141,43 spent on his education, or Mrs. W. P. Bert, who has' been

'POrson'"to! local collected government.only $28.88 of local per the compared In the In the rural to North regions and of West.the South was more spent than on five a child tiroes In as Mlaslswlppl. much as- visiting Brown of her Gainesville daughter returned Mrs. Ira to (t., THE MURPHY ACT t Ii

while the States and there l Is a marked There were actually 1,500: her home here last Saturday.G. .
"vernments of the Nation as a particularly, of school centers In Mississippi without Wadsworth returned to L
hole between the number P. I ,
:ollected 51.54: : per person. disparity to be educated and the school buildings, requiring his home here this week after a ENDS JUNE 9TH 1939

of the means houses, ,
population tenant
III' Federal country'* example. In 1930 the rural Inhab- halls, abandoned Ark. TO THE WISE IS SUFFICIENT 1rtt t
income-tax collections churches and In some Instances A WORD
Southeast had to care country t t
of the
: [1934 were less than 12 percent itants of school age even In cotton pens. ,
the '.2 0.000 children "Health" and "Hnim- .
for ?
and cent
col- ,

I*tftlpne Pita' national averaged total.only $1.28 These per of the received country's an total Income, although of only (How much doe malaria coat, Ing" next will week he UI-wuMMMl) In the report ,t. .., ..'
they dollar
throughout the South, rang- In
Nation's to- the South every year
I of the
or from 24 cents In Mississippi to about 2 percent : "

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National Commander McCall May Go r HEADS !

Bradford County TelegraphEstablished r i THE POCKETBOOK To High Court HATTER


1877 i MIAMI. A legal fight to the
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oj' KNOWLEDGE TP
-- -- PS j United States Supreme Court appeared
possible If It should be
Published Weekly on Fridays and Entered as Second Class __ ,' I needed to save Franklin Pierce

Matter at the Post Office at Starke, Florida a .... McCall from electrocution for the

MEMBER r I 'N \ :g\lIo\\\' 1 o kidnaping of little James Bailey ''I I '

JrState
I6 roe UNITED Gush
I ttrff* LEADS -me A Wor-
VrtLORIDAPRI SS ASSOCIATION .b.:-JI WORLD IN RADIO 11100' Attorney George I
ou/NeKHip.._ ey our .t.. 11\ dl Icy said an assignment of errors
\J of twRyrooMtevc4Ar filed by McCall's attorneys Indl-1 I i 1
r r.A tWcZ4L 2 t4Ea II p44(14%i4Vf A r,,, ,,.p( cated they were laying a predicate IfOI' I pL.7r

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E. L. Matthews______________ ___________Editor and Owner est court, ti

T e) -- UlPPEN .,./\\eS\\( eQUAL Hc'k'-. I Defense Attorney C. A. Avrletf I,
SUBSCRIPTION RATE a oo 7% Or THE RPTAIl' PRICE claimed McCall was deprived of
-.- Of BREAD.\ ... the'constitutional right of trial by !
Yearly, $1.50; Six Months 75c-Payable in Advance a+ v 8.2"" orOf. SUMItIMaaO I!". AND"/; Jury was compelled to testify

Advertising Rates on Application I I against himself, and that the Florida
1
r- kidnaping statute was unconstitutional. -

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NOTHING TO HE RESENTFUL ROUT Ilia- ALTHOUGH TIIRE
ADS MOO THAN Worley said McCall waived trial "'7bI MyRTGRNaCEMIUR
Some Southerners with what seems to us, more emotion ONe-NAIi MIUIOMCORPORATION Iwh1 1i ii! I when he
l by jury pleaded guilty, I DELAND
than good judgment, are roundly denouncing the Na- IN THE U3. and that he was a voluntary wit- Ton 1\Il'kllind.
BO%OF OUR : Hatter, center. wilt .
I Ij
,
tional Council's economic conditions in ; LOS ANGELES Calif.--Stephen x one -
Emergency report on
son ,
; croNOMlcIs -' .h I t I ness.The assignment included 15: University nu.in.m.y"., J
F Chadwick, Seattle, Washington
the South which for President Roose- opening game
was recently prepared of agmnsi\ florid
attorney new National Comm.an-I grounds alleged error.A "'
velt and which the Telegraph is now reprinting in instal- ---: MDNIDUALS / 1-l I I1 j der of the American Legion elected transcript of testimony must Gainesville lor Kirkland Saturda 'nigh, /.'
aao PERSIMAL ,
ments. ,_- I9ARTNERSNIPS I- at the convention this week. be filed with the state supreme and is the W..KI 185: po,I
l court by Oct. 1. Then after 60 Iron mw .1 t ,the,, ?
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These! critics throw up their hands in horror. "The re- days of filing briefs and answers squad. *

port is false. The statistics are inaccurate. The fair name DENIES the court may set down the case

of the South has been besmirched," they moan. Dixie is just ::_:. I DYKES' PETITIONCircuit for oral argument. Jackson family and Mr .tad| Mr ol
-= r a> and son all J
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one great big bed of roses. We don't need or want help from -. M IT Will 6ROWAS i I R, 7l I I Judge A. Z. Adkins de- Time Or Age Does were visiting J A HanagJI

anyone. Just leave us alone and we'll work out our problems ; --. MUCH 4* A EQo]' nied a writ of habeas corpus Mon family, Sunday I
_-.4 IN A S/NO/I 94V I Milts '
," they cry with righteous (or unrighteous) indignation. -_+5: _. OMB VARIETY ATTAlHt 11 I / day to Tom Dykes, sentenced from Not "Naturally"Decay Is Beatrice rilli, of pl
A WBI6HT Of OveR TOveer. Washington County In 1933 to WoodOne City. spending a white hen! ,
A certain amount of pride is a fine thing-in its place. THE SKELETON of 11-1!' AND" NI\ASUlteS serve five years for perjury Dykes relatives.

Hut it is very definitely out of place when it closes the eyes I I SEA ITS HORSE\OPY it otrrsiet_ 7FeerIN CIRClJMI'fReNCl! I claimed,, in his petition for writ, of the -recent interesting Mr. and Mrs Noon Bradlm!
'r /* rut OWLy F/SJf Boatdraln were
Adkins said that the indictmentdid visiting Mr
of people to surrounding conditions, causing them to resent TMT fWMfNON UPKI6HTTradiii Yl questions asked of the U. S. Forest Mrs. W R.
Pos/nav tcI SNOWJ_ ..,aMa4 l+li )J, f// s" I Ir not charge him with any offense Kersey and MI1.
I Products Laboratory, Madison,
efforts of assistance.It
exposure of facts and to refuse honest under the laws of Florida. Keene Sunday afternoon
Wis., was whether all wood In the
is quite possible-even likely-that some statistics Dykes was to begin serving the Miss Vesta McRae of }\
of time
course decaysas
_..__ five "naturally" Level, spent the week-end J
year sentence at the end of a I
boundto n ---- n n -- ------ --'- -- -- ---
quoted in the report are inaccurate. Some errors are a result of time or age Timeor with Miss Helen
ten year sentence In Raiford Im- Norman I
creep in when a large volume of figures is used. But on r An Trailiclil19 posed at the same time of the five age in itself has nothing to do Miss Joyce Rogers of Shame!
with wood is its
decay answer.
the whole it seems to us that the report should be acceptedfor r-- : year Imprisonment. Both were This notion Ignores the true 'spent Saturday night here
AMONG OUR KXCIIANUBS meted out In Fla. i Mrs. H. Keene
what it was intended to be: not a mud-slinging festivalat I I Chipley cause of decay and may lead the I Miss Reltha Bradley retuncl
.. __ __ I The petition did not state the
the expense of the South, but an honest effort to get at the I nature of the crime for which user to neglect proper precautions her home In Boatdruin Sunday

bottom of its problems.We Only as Olin Miller whose syndicated The Stuart Dally News has I Dykes was serving the ten year against it, according to the Laboratory ernoon, after spending the ;

column appears In The I changed to weekly,, and will be stretch. Time or age In Itself has two weeks hen. with bet gr

urge our readers to study the sections of the report Jacksonville Journal can say it: Issued thus In the future. During(I I nothing to do with the decay of parents, Mr and Misv R, f fsey.

that are being reproduced each week in the Telegraph. If "Which is the smarter sex?" Asksa the time that the News Issued as wood The White House when .

reader. "Which sex gets the most a dally, Stuart had the distinctionof 1 I Singers To MeetThe remodeled In 1928 was found to Miss Helen Norman .pw 111
missed the first instalments then borrow
two a paper
you for the least effort?" Olin queries being the smallest city in the twelfth semi-annual sing- contain sound roof timbers that day night with !Miss Vesta :

from your neighbor and read carefully the early chapters of buck A paragrapher who has United States. having a daily news- Ing convention of the Florida- had been In place since 1816. The Rae, of Pine Lcv.-i,

this significant survey.Of learned nature and women. paper. The editor recently ex- Georgia-Alabama Union will meet Fairbanks house, a wood structureIn

__ course,., 111...''_' _all_. believe_____ that_n__ the u__ _South._____ i_is_ the____ _finest_n__ plained to that he found the city too : school Sunday auditorium In the Lake it City High I _._.Dedham. .. .._....., Intact Mass after, Is three standing cent Three shop.'0 flit II Mil.K r-:
The DeFunlak Springs Herald, small operate a daily on the was announced structurally jj||
place in the world to live, but few of us will be too narrow- owned by that versatile editor, the amount of available business. yesterday by Delmar Howell of t I I turies. Timbers several hundred lee inmtttiy that thirty will at-fl\' -i" \\nrnai("t, aPI'i'|

minded to admit that there is plenty of room for improve- one and only Larkin Cleveland, Live Oak, president of the union. years old have been recovered from will 1938.:32t8300. ,be received '1/1/ I: OUnlmjA
springs something new in front- The Milton Gazette wants to All singers have been invited to the ruins of Indian pueblos in Ar .
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ment in our economic condition. Such changes would make page classified advertising in its know "What right has mere man attend the convention which Is to izona and New Mexico. A part ofa SaperlitendMil'JRIFPIS.

life even more worth living in this wonderful land of ours. Sept. 15 edition: Wanted A WifeI to criticize woman for putting on start at 10 A. M., and continue Roman emperor's houseboat that -

4 0i am advertising for a good wife, powder and paint when the men through the day, Sunday Sept. 25. sank long ago in Lake Neml was

_i age 40, not under 20. Would ap- shave to take off whiskers. One sound enough nearly 2,000 years Pomona NOTICE TO ('oviH\rroml
FOOTBALL RETURNS TO B. II. S. denlrlnMT t. lufoml prl
preciate a letter from anybodywho puts on to look good and the other later to be identified by the For- for furnlHhlnor wood u, the varf

Fall Is in the air (or least it was at the time this was be- would like to correspond with takes off" the Gazette sums it B. II. S. Journal est rodacts Laboratory as spruce.A schools of Bradford '('runt..! "Ill,
mlt the blil to Tnmti jf '
ing written) and it looks mighty good to pass the high school me. C. R. Cantllne, Samson, Alabama up. Yep, Joe, and the former always The first edition of the Brad- log 7 feet in diameter was found schools Bide HC<-pled mtl 01
Route 3. If classified ad- outlooks us latter, eh? ford County High School Journal not long ago In a tunnel being dug her 1, 1938.

campus and see Bradford County's young huskies preparingonce vertising is as effective In the Her- appears on page 3 of the Tele- 150 feet below the bed of the Ya- A, J ORrFFISSuperintend'!)!.

more to give battle on the gridirons of the state. After ald as we have always thought, A Florida exchange recently ran graph. Fine school editorial abil- klma River In Washington. A 9232t9.300b
Larkin, durn if we don't secure a ity Is illustrated in the first effort piece of it was sent to the Forest
this titled To Whom
x a lapse of several years, football is being revived here withan warning, : It
Products and the wood
peace warrant for Mr. Cantllne May Concern of the reportorial staff of the B. Laboratory
:
enthusiasm that is reminiscent of the good old days. because he might get the wrong "If you have frequent headaches,' H. S. Journal and it promises to was indentlfled as an extinct species -

Outfitted in new uniforms made possible through the wife. dzziness, fainting spells lame be even better than preceding edi of sequoia, of an age estimated .N. sg Sifr7
at 12 million
by geologists
generosity of sports-loving citizens, the boys are giving the' back, accompanied by chill; bunIons tions.

very best that is in them every afternoon on the practice Perhaps no other young editor- cramps, jaundice, chilbalns or years.These examples prove that wood
ial aspirant of the State has made epileptic fits, It's a sign you are New Arrival
field. True, they love the sport for sport's sake, but we like the showing that AI Cody Is doIng not well and are liable to die any does not necessarily decay with
Mr. and Mrs. Glen Duke, of Miami age at all. Decay is the result of
to think that little longer and play a little down in Marlon County with minute. So hasten to pay your
they practice a
are announcing the arrival of one thing only, and that is the at-

harder because they realize that what glory they achieve will sixteen the NEWS sheet, a newspaper weekly tabloid., chock full A In subscription advance. And at this thus office make a your-year a baby girl, born Tuesday, Sept tack of wood-destroying fungus.In .

20.. in a Miami hosDitaJ. Mrs. Duke the cases mentioned the wood .
also be reflected on the school they represent.The of county news. And beyond a self solid for a good obituary notice
was formerly Miss Leila Dea An- had been kept free of fungus attack -
public here is to be commended on the cooperation i doubt with the best line-up of The only drawback Is that In of two had
drews, daughter of Mr. J. W. Andrews one ways: It
too few subscribers feel of
1 already given to football, but it will take more than new uniforms -country correspondence of any these ills. any Jr., and the late Mrs. been kept dry, as in weatherproof b
dally or weekly in Florida. From L
Andrews, of Starke. structures or In a dry climate, or
y to make a successful team. It will require moral sup- front page to the back page, Al It had been kept thoroughly and I ii .t \

port also that can come only from an enthusiastic throng of hustles out livewlre copy that In a Philadelphia court, Isaac permanently saturated. A fungusis I '
means the same to rural dwellersas Thomas admitted .
having partici- License ,
spectators, united in a common desire to see the home team Hunting a plant. If the wood Is too dry CENtJlGOO
Jimmy Mills' for the Associated In
pated a The
copy crap game. Judge CQUALT'r
County Judge E. K. Ferryman for It to grow and spread, decay '
come through with winning colors. Press amounts to in keep- handed him the evidence pair y \
said yesterday that five or six does not occur. If the wood is ,' : /
It is fine to all in financial to the ing the world posted on what Is of dice-and commanded him to i / 6I
ill give you can a way State hunting licenses had been' thoroughly saturated, the fungus "
happening "all over. This week roll them. Thomas threw a five,. I :
the is Issued from his office, enabling I II la "drowned out.
support of the team, but your presence at games just edition, Sept 16 the News con- a three. The sentence was eight
Bradford hunters to In I I
r, 1 as important an item. Make up your mind now to see the tained thirty-two correspendent days.-Wally Scott Miami Post. search of County with'the go i I AS SI
of
opening
letters from the sections In which We bet Isaac wished it had been I game Collins Wants T a x i ALOW ,
t team through from the first game to the last I the bird season Nov. 20. Marsh I I
the paper circulates. snake-eyes.
s 0 hen hunting has already begun in System To Be RevisedRep. ,
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districts of the State, GOOIJIiEA

I A FACT WELL WORTH KNOWINGThe MASONS TO BEENTERTAINED DEATH I --. I.I Leroy Collins, of Tallahas-I I

Telegraph has been asked to call the attention of I. see publicly advocated In SPEEDWAYWhy '
Burt Visits Starke
STRIKES TWICE
I
law Jacksonville speech a "complete I
the public to that section of the Murphy tax redemption I
I George W. Burt, chief attorneyfor I
revision of our property ad valo-
Earl Simpson district Death visited the home of Roman
which has not been'given full publicity.The deputy the Veterans' Administration, rem, tax system" and repeal of the tkcbanc .
Grand Master, F. & A. M. district Powers between Starke and I ..
so-called "auction law" runs only until June 9, 1939 was In Starke several days this one-half cent receipts I on
per gross
two successive !
No 10, announced this week that Lawtey on days I unknown tins
week Mr. Burt who lives at St.
Ppi and, as everyone probably knows by now, it enables property the Bland Grove Masonic lodge during last week, claiming Mrs. Petersburg, visited with N. tax by the 1939 legislature."Our when you can

to redeem their will entertain Sept. 26 for the following Ann Crawford and Mrs. Mary: D'I present system, he said, tt GOOD
have become
t owners whose taxes delinquent Rowe, sisters Wainwright, Jr., and Floyd "Is a hopeless hodge podge of inadequate YEAR SpMdw -

t property at great savings. For that reason the law has been Waldo Hawthorne lodges: Starke, and Mlcanopy.In Lawtey., Mrs.; Rowe, who made her home on Administration.legal matters pertaining to Inequitable, and ineffec I an-.kld..f.-jr. with ) 6

described as the "low dollar" tax redemption act. making the announcementfrom with Powers her son-in-law, had I'I tual measures which more than ty and blowouepr.caoo-

understood Gainesville this week, Mr. been III for some time with pel- ': anything else has brought the gov- ,!
be ,
However it does not seem to generally I
ernmental of the state
Simpsom said that the Scottish lagra. Mrs.1Crawford, who lives Feeds MultitudeAn processes I I for ao Iltll ,
r p the of the Murphy act in Juneof and its subdivisions Into N-'With
that at the date of expiration Rite Degree team from Jacksonville near Heilbronn Springs"had come : average of 473: pupils are disrepute money

next year, title to every piece of property in the state will confer the Second sectionof to help wait do her sister, but was I daily eating at the B. H. S. cafeteria and to a large extent, destroyed "Llf.tim.'Guarentwr".

which is still delinquent will vest in the Internal Improvement Muster Masonic degree at this the first to be taken by death, Mrs. Lucile Johns said yes- the."morale of our taxpaying public -
meeting.C. falling the victim of a heart at- I terday. The nlckle a lunch idea

fl ; a Board and become the property of the state. Under H. Nasworthy, Worshipful tack early Tuesday morning of for school pupils In the county Collins declared he opposed ,

I provisions of the law, property owners are denied the right Master of the Starke lodge, said last week. Mrs. Rowe died Wed- seems a popular one, and is some- proposing abolishing instead the ad that valorem it be system! I cooOVdIG.3 i t
afternoon "prop- GOR
nesday
yesterday that about four hundred thing new for high and elementary -.WUt"U
file court.
to
protests.in erly applied, restricted,
Mrs. Crawford Is equitably
survived
by schools In this section of the ..
to attend the .
are expected ,
Only little more than eight months remain in which that will her husband O. H. Crawford, of State. and effectively enforced. 0. err' It qrd .eee
Monday night meeting
Heilbronn, and several children. "A sound, equitable ad valoremtax tbtr a
advantage of the law and too
Murphy
property owners can take convene In Island Grove at 8 .
..
Mrs. Rowe la survived by two system is essential to the operation .... w
it should be borne in mind that there is a great deal of detail o'clock P M. daughters. Mrs. Powers of Saxton Roadways Improved of the schools, counties r Asbatl.t
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rt) work connected with preparing the necessary papers for advertising and Mia. Bessie Carter of Law- a.". announcemen t from T.Ila-I and municipalities( oc this state L. ,?
hassee Tuesday said that the State Collins told the I
I GASCONSUMPTION tey. Jacksonville Exchange -
If there is great rush at the
a
delinquent property.
r:: 11 1 Road Department will soon launch I club in an address on ,
last minute there is a possibility that the clerk's office will UP WPA WORKS $40,000 roadway Improvement "problems that will confront the' ABTOMH1I

I \ Y be swamped with work and some property owners may be Bradford County automobile 215 MENAbout project to roads around State far.mer's 1939 legislature." N EW SAFETY
markets. It was not defi- He labelled "finance and taxa-
;I l i unable to with the legal requirements.Those owners used 10,384 gallons more
comply necessary nitely known whether the local tion" as the biggest problem.
gasoline during August than they 216 men are employed In
should not delay in Market would be Included In this WINGS
who own delinquent property
did the month before July. A report Bradford County Improving roads,

making application for its redemption. Time flies and the released yesterday by the Department building and repairing bridges, and approprla tlon. GUM BRANCH AUTO

t expiration date of the Murphy Act is drawing nearer week by of Agriculture, inspection on the Legion Hall here In Starke, Screw Annie Mae Ilarnage, Cor RADIO
Worms
4 bureau;aid there were 100- working for WPA. This Is a slight
'
week 826 gallons consumed in August Increase in the number of workers County Agent T. K. McClane,' Miss Elizabeth Harnage, of Uma- JuM poeh

1 0- while only 9,942 gallons duringthe as compared with the approximate Jr, said yesterday that within the I tllla. spent the week-end here with a and button there'- -

HOW YOU CAN HELP THE FARMER same time In July. number employed until several past ten days he has seen, or heardof her father, J. A. Harnage and your etukm Ilekat
1 The report said that 7SO gallons weeks ago.Employed. at least 250 cases of animals family. Loa ./., became 4rtt-$199:

If you bemoan the plight of the American farmer why I more kerosene was used In the .on the school house being Infested by screwworms. The 1 Mrs. Louise Denmark of Jacksonville off need the not mad.take your 8-.

I don't you do something about it? It is within your power.If county In August than in July 'i..e project, and until recently, market Agricultural agent declared that I spent the week-end herewith b.ae "' Wls,1 J..i.rRegister
I
a figures were: July 9,122 and August center and road work there were Infestations of
this pest are Increasing her
farmers Mr. and
American ate one more slice of bread daily, parents Mrs. J.
every 9.872. about 170 men. An Increase In the by leaps and bounds and I S. Sapp.

could sell 50,000,000 more bushels of wheat a year. The Fertilizer consumption In the number employed has been in ef- he is doing everything possible to Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Yarbrough

same thing is true of other products. Try eating an extra county fell fifteen tons. August fect for the past few weeks as the help curtail spread of flies, eggs, of Woodlawn were visiting !tr. Motor
recorded a consumption of sixty applicants were certified and received and worms that cost livestock and :Mrs. W. R.
meal. You need the nourish- Kersey and Mrs.
helping of vegetables at every tons, whUe during July farmers work.cards: from State of-1 owners thousands of dollars annually II. Keene.

ment, and the farmer needs the money. I'I consumed: seventy-five tou.t.I..I fice. in Florida alone. Mr. and Mrs. B. M. McRae and Starke, Fla.III -








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f I National Commander McCall May Go HEADS

Bradford County TelegraphEstablished POCIETBOOK HATTER
THE To High Court : '. .


1877 : MIAMI. A legal fight to the

--.. .. n_ __ ._ KNOWLEDGE TPpyPS I United States Supreme Court appeared -
if it should be
Published Weekly on Fridays and Entered as Second Class I possible
T needed to save Franklin Pierce
Matter at the Post Office at Starke, Florida 4 McCall from electrocution for the

A OtI I kidnaping of little James Bailey

sl AAEAYBEFt = r-7l I d .t t l's! usi1 lD Cash, Jr.State .

V .. Rim PRESS ASSOCIATION \ -s .-._. WORLD SATES IN IMPS RADIOOWNERSHIP -me aIDO[" ) Attorney George A. Wor-
.. 07 our ,j, 1 r r ley said an assignment of errors
J '3.ot.uXVtL1. I a? evr/ty too AMIHICAU ,' filed by McCall's attorneys Indicated i
?t-f&ucta.
fAMJlief AVf A ,v vit they were laying a predicatefor
RADIO ,
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eventual
an appeal to highest

E. L. Matthews_____________ ___________Editor and Owner court.
'T
C. A. Avriett
VltOPP Defense Attorney
-- TAVH louAt.w
SUBSCRIPTION RATE Gc / 1 : 7 Jfc Of TUB KMAIl PRIG claimed McCall was deprived of I

I Of BREAD ._ the"constitutional right of trial by
Yearly, $1.50; Six Months, 75c-Payable in Advance : ,.. t'a &.2". Of BBCI. AIMtOf \ to
Sll lI Jury, was compelled testify ,
Advertising Rates on Application I IL r against himself, and that the Florida -

1 kidnaping statute was unconstitutional -

NOTHING] TO HE RESENTFUL ABOUT + aV ALTHOUGH THf RC I .'
ARe MOM THAN Worley said McCall waived trial 'lbM IIlTl.'ZI'EI
Some Southerners with, what seems to us, more emo- ONf-MAlF CORPORATION MIILION* twin 1 b III ''PI 9, i by Jury when he pleaded guilty I71q
DELAND
< tion than good judgment, are roundly denouncing: the Na- IN THE U.* ''I and that he was a voluntary wit- 'Can Ku'klgpd
BO M. Of OUR 1, Hatter center will hl
tional Emergency Council's report on economic conditions in -... AflCr1NOMKK. 1 / I LOS ANGELES Ciillf. .-Stephen I ness.The son University' 'rn. of s.
: Included 13 nu-msuji ,
the South which -"' 1 I P. Chadwick, Seattle, Washington assignment opening 111
was recently prepared for President Roosevelt ; ORRIWOOM I game agalnlll 'lol1d f
of
1 grounds alleged error.A ,
By attorney new National Commander -I Gainesville
and which the Telegraph is now reprinting in Instal- INWVICUAL5 g of the American Legion elected transcript of testimony mustbe lor, Kirkland Saturdax sight, A ,

ments. AMP PAKTNfcRJHIP PERSONAL I at the convention this week filed with the state supreme and is the iron w-Kh 1861011> \
court by Oct. 1. Then after 60 mtu .1 i the 1Ia''
These critics throw up their hands in horror "The report : I' days of filing briefs and answers squad

is false. The statistics are inaccurate. The fair name DENIES the court may set down the case

of the South has been besmirched," they moan Dixie is just :;;. <-. DYKES' PETITIONCircuit for oral argument. Jackson family and Mr and Mm O.
I and ,
son all ,f
Pine
one great big bed of roses. We don't need or want help from =; BAMBOO I"A E'Rf5I I i were visiting j A
? IT will diA'OWAs J Judge A. Z. Adkins denied Time Or Age Does Harnage
anyone. Just leave us alone and we'll work out our prob- MtlCMtt A E&IH or ? a writ of habeas corpus Mon- family Sunday
_----ba-- A / PAVf Not Miss Beatrice
lems," they cry with righteous (or unrighteous) indignation. .- _.oNe vARIEty ATTAlHl I day to Tom Dykes sentenced from "Naturally"Decay City, Is TIIUs Of PJ
;::Si> A lIe1611T OF oveR -70 Washington County in 1933, to WoodOne spending a while hens
A certain amount of pride is a fine thing-in its place. THH tKtLiTon 'orme!' Tier.Trad AND NleMUlfeSI serve five for perjury. Dykes relatives.Mr. .
years
But it is very definitely out of place when it closes the eyes I'l1Nl SM HORSE li ofay pUTS/Pff f/M 7 neT IN CIRCIJ-'IFfReNI'f I claimed In his petition for writ of the recent interesting Boatdrain. and, Mrs.were Noon Bradley I

Adklns said that the Indictmentdid visiting Mr.
of people to surrounding conditions causing them to resent ,
TMT SWMSHAN\ UPKIMT yl questions asked of the U. S. Forest Mrs. W. R.
1 1 / N" not him with offense Kersey and MI'L
charge
pOSITION(U SN WAI /)_ w ,' any
exposure of facts and to refuse honest efforts of assistance.It Y under the laws of Florida. Products Laboratory, Madison Keene, Sunday afternoon
Wis. whether all wood In the
was
Hiss Vesta
is quite possible-even likely-that some statistics Dykes was to begin nerving the course of time "naturally" decaysas Level McRae of pi

.. .. five year sentence at the end of a spent the week-end i L
in
quoted the inaccurate. Some boundto ----
report are errors are a result of time or age. Timeor with Miss Helen Norman
ten sentence In Raiford Imposed -
creep in when a large volume of figures is used. But on in' An Traffickm year at the same time of the five age In itself has nothing to do Miss Joyce Rogers ofShamnj
with wood decay la its answer.
the whole it seems to us that the report should be acceptedfor : year imprisonment. Both were This notion Ignores the true spent Mrs. H.Saturday Keene night Here a]I

what it was intended to be: not a mud-slinging festivalat AMONG OUR KXCIIANUKS I meted The out petition in Chipley did not, Fla.state the cause of decay and may lead the Miss Reltha Bradley) relume..I

the expense of the South, but an honest effort to get at the nature of the crime for which user to neglect proper precautions her home in Boatdruln Sunday/

bottom of its problems.We Only as Olin Miller, whose syn- The Stuart Dally News has Dykes was serving the ten year against 'It, according to the Lab- ernoon after spending the ;.1
Time In Itself has
dicated column appears In The changed to aweekly, and will be stretch. oratory. or age two weeks her with her. p,
urge our readers to study the sections of the report Jacksonville Journal, can say it: Issued thus in the future. Duringthe I nothing to do with the decay of parents, Mr and Mi>. W R I.

that are being reproduced each week in the Telegraph. If "Which is the smarter sex?" Asksa time that fhe News Issued as wood. The White House, whenremodell'd sey

missed the first two instalments then borrow reader. "Which sex gets the most a dally, Stuart had the distinctionof Singers To Meet in 1928, was found to Miss Helen Norman pea ThJ
you
a paper sound roof timbers that
thesmallest The twelfth semi-annual sing contain day night with Miss \\'e, >
for the least effort? Olin queries being city in the t ta
from your neighbor and read carefully the early chapters of back. A paragrapher who has United States having a daily news- ing convention of the FlorldaGeorgiaAlabama I had been in place since 1816. The Rae, of Pine Level

this significant survey. learned nature and women. paper. The editor recently ex- I Union will meet Fairbanks house, a wood structureIn

.. .. Dedham, Mass., Is standingistructurally ; !
In the Lake
Ut -- plained that he found the city too Sunday City High I _. FOM H\l K:
course, we all believe that the south is the finest i I intact after three cen- Three hop miniIOH h _
The DeFunlak Springs Herald, small to operate a daily on the I school auditorium, it was announced I
place in the world to live, but few of us will be too narrow- owned by that versatile editor the amount of available! business.The yesterday by Delmar Howell of i tunes Timbers several hundred that lhlrty will art-fit."..u i iInmtrly "prrxne lat appj I

minded to admit that there is plenty of room for improve- one and only Larkin Cleveland, Live Oak, president of the union. years old have been recovered from will 1938 be received 'un'lt' (MoldI
in front- Milton Gazette wants to All singers have been invited to the ruins of Indian pueblos in Ar-
springs something new A. J. CJRTFF18,,
# ment in our economic condition. Such changes would make page classified advertising in it's know "What right has mere man attend the convention which is to izona and New Mexico. A part ofa auq.rLtendenL I I1SOT1CB

life even more worth living in this wonderful land of ours Sept. 15 edition: Wanted A WifeI to criticize woman for putting on start at 10 A. M., and continue Roman emperor's houseboat that -23.2t-t-3

I o am advertising for a good wife powder and paint, when the men through the day. Sunday Sept. 25. sank long ago in Lake Neml was -- -

40, not under 20. Would shave to take off whiskers. One sound enough nearly 2,000 years TO (OVIHtfTOHll
age ap-
Persons deHlrlnic t iiibml' prl,
FOOTBALL RETURNS TO B. II, S. later to be Identified by the For- for furnlHhlngwood( \ virilttchoolH ,
to look
preciate a letter from anybodywho puts on good and the other S. 't the
Fall is in the air (or least it was at the time this was be- would like to correspond with takes off" the Gazette sums it B. //. JournalThe est rod u eta Laboratory as spruce.A mit the of bids Bradford to TruMtev('lunty\ ...m.
(
t a
ing written) and it looks mighty good to pass the high school me. C. R Cantllne, Samson, Ala up. Yep Joe;, and the former always first edition of the Brad- log 7 feet in diameter was found nrhoolx. Bid ace 'olod intl'dl()
ford School Journal not long ago In a tunnel being dug her i, 1938.
High
bama. Route 3. If classified advertising outlooks us latter, eh? County
campus and see Bradford County's young huskies preparing Is as effective In the Her- I appears on page 3 of the Tele- 150 feet below the bed of the Yakima A Su J wrlnlend'nt JRIFFIS\,

w once more to give battle on the gridirons of the state. Aftera ald aa we have always thought, A Florida exchange recently ran graph. Fine school editorial abil- River In Washington. A

lapse of several years, football is being revived here with Larkin, durn If we don't secure a this warninglxtltled: To Whom It ity is illustrated In the first effortof piece of It was sent to the Forest ,'
Products Laboratory and the wood
peace warrant for Mr. Cantline, Concern the reportorial staff of the B.,
I' May :
an enthusiasm that is reminiscent of the good old days. was indentlfled as an extinct species -
because he might get the wrong "If have frequent headaches H. S. Journal and it promises to
you ,
Outfitted in be even better than preceding edi- of sequoia, of an age estimated -
new uniforms, made possible through the wife. dzzlness fainting spells lame 'I I
by geologists at 12 million
Rf.F generosity of sports-loving citizens, the boys are giving the back, accompanied by chill; bunIons tions. years.

I ; very best that is in them every afternoon on the practice Perhaps no other young editorial cramps, jaundice, chilbalns or These examples prove that wood
aspirant of the State has made epileptic fits, it's a sign you are New Arrival 92321.930'S
does not decay with
. field. True, they love the sport for sport's sake, but we like the showing that AI Cody Is doIng not well and are liable to die any necessarily
at all. Decay Is the result of
Mr. and :Mrs. Glen Duke of Miami age
t to think that they practice a little longer and play a little down in Marlon County with minute. So hasten to pay your are announcing the arrival of one thing only and that Is the at-

n harder because they realize that what glory they achieve will the NEWS, a weekly tabloid. A subscription advance. And at this thus office make a yearin a baby girl born Tuesday, Sept. tack of wood-destroying fungus.
sixteen sheet chock full your-
, newspaper 20, In a Miami hospital. Mrs. Duke In the cases mentioned the wood
I also be reflected on the school they represent.The of county news. And beyond a self solid for a good obituary notice
was formerly Miss Leila Dea An- had been kept free of fungus at-
here is be doubt with the best line-up of The only drawback Is that I
to commended the
public on cooperation drews, daughter of Mr. J, W. Andrews tack in one of two ways: It had
too few subscribers feel
of
already given to football, but it will take more than new uni- country correspondence of any these ills. any Jr., and the late Mrs. i' been kept dry as in weatherproof
t dally or weekly In Florida. From Andrews, of Starke. structures or in a dry climate, or \\: '
forms to make a successful team. It will require moral \
sup- Front page to the back page, AI it had been kept thoroughly and Ifl \

port also that can come only from an enthusiastic throng of hustles out live wire copy that' In a Philadelphia court Isaac permanently saturated. A fungusIs \
means the same to rural dwellers Thomas admitted having partici- Hunting License If the wood is too GENU' p
spectators, united in a common desire to see the home team a plant. dry
as Jimmy Mills' copy for the Associated : pated In a crap game. The judge County Judge E. K. Perryman for It to grow and spread, decay t

come through with winning colors.It Press amounts to in keep-I banded him the evidence pair said yesterday that five or six does not occur. If the wood is1, / GOOOY ;

is fine to give all you can in a financial way to the Ing the world posted on what Is: of dice--and commanded him to State hunting licenses had been thoroughly saturated, the fungus ff.9
happening "all over." This week i roll them. Thomas; threw a five QVAUTYi
is "drowned out.
support of the team but the is Issued from his office, enabling
presence.at justas
your games edition Sept. 16, the News con- a three. The sentence was eight ='
Bradford hunters to in
important an item. Make up your mind now to see the tained thirty-two correspendent days.-Wally Scott Miami Post. search of game County wlth'the opening go of Collins Wants T : AI LOW Ag 5'
letters from the sections In which We bet Isaac wished it had beensnakeeyes. I I a x i I
team through from the first game to the last! the bird season Nov. 20. Marsh I
the circulates. Revised
0 paper hen hunting has already begun in System To Be !
Sf districts of the State. G00EAi
A FACT WELL WORTH KNOWINGThe j
Collins, of Tallahassee ; i1
MASONS TO BEENTERTAINED DEATH i -- Rep. Leroy ;
Telegraph has been asked to call the attention of Hurt Visits Starke publicly advocated In a recent! SPEEDWAY!
STRIKES TWICEDeath
I the public to that section of the Murphy tax redemption law I JackHonvllle speech a "complete, i
I
W. Burt chief
George attorneyfor revision, of our property ad vales
) which has not been-given full publicity. Earl Slmpnon, district deputy visited the home of Roman the Veterans Administration, J rem, tax system" and repeal of the Why tak* .\...
Grand Master, F. & A. M. districtNo. Powers between Starke and Starke several this cb.ac.. on
i The so-called "auction law" runs' only until June 9, 1939 two successive was In days one-half per cent gross receipts j unknown tire
10, announced this week that Lawtey, on days week Mr. Burt, who lives at St.
tax the 1939
legislature.
by
and probably knows by now it enables property during last week claiming Mrs. when you can
4 as everyone the Island Grove Masonic lodge Petersburg< owners whose taxes have become delinquent to redeem their will entertain Sept. 26 for the following Ann Crawford and Mrs. :Mary Wainwright Jr, and Floyd Green I "Is a hopeless hodge podge of Inadequate I Speedway -
Rowe, sisters.
; property at great savings. For that reason the law has been Waldo Hawthorne lodges: Starke and Mlcanopy.Lawtey Mrs. Rowe, who made her home on Administration.legal matters pertaining to the Inequitable and ineffec- withnon.kldufa

t H. described as the "low dollar" tax redemption act. In making the announcementfrom I with Powers, her son-in-law bad tual measures which more than ly and blowoutprot.ctloo.-
I anything else has brought the governmental
Gainesville this week Mr. been ill for some time with pel :
However it does not seem to be generally understood I
'
of the state
processes
I 'Crawford Feeds MultitudeAn for little
Simpsom said that the Scottish lagra. Mrll. who lives I eo 'I
L that at the date of the expiration of the Murphy act, in June Rite Degree team. from Jacksonville near Heilbronn Sprlngs..had come : average of 475 pupils are and Its subdivisions into disrepute monytwlthLafaIm." .

of next year title to every piece of property in the state will confer the Second sectionof to help wait oil her sister but was dally eating, the B. H. S. cafe- and to a large extent destroyed 'Guarantee I
the morale of
our taxpaying pub-
which is still delinquent will vest in the Internal Improvement Master Masonic degree at this the first to be taken by death, : teria Mrs. Lucile Johns said yes lic."
meeting.C. falling the victim of a heart attack terday. The nlckle a lunch Idea I ',
1 Board and become the property of the state Under early Tuesday morning of for school pupils in the county Collins declared he opposed
H.
Worshipful
provisions of the law, property owners are denied the rightto Master, of Nasworthy the Starke, lodge, said nesday last week.afternoon.Mrs. Rowe died Wed seems a popular one, and is something I proposing abolishing instead the ad that valorem it be system"prop-! I urxrx GORytGt.S

file ..in court. yesterday that about four hundred new for high and elementary
protests
erly applied equitably restricted
Mrs. Crawford is survived by I schools In this section of the fps sttitAatOwAi
are expected to attend the
Only little more than eight months remain in which : her husband O. H. Crawford, of State. and effectively enforced""A
Monday night meeting, that will t
sound ad valorem
,
take advantage of the Murphy law and Heilbronn, and several --. equitable
property owners can convene In Island Grove at 8 Mrs. Rowe survived Chltdren'l tax system Is essential to the op- tadd'tweet

it should be borne in mind that there is a great deal of detail o'clock P. M. daughters, Mrs. Powers, of Saxton Roadways ImprovedAn eration of the schools, counties 50put5

work connected with preparing the necessary papers for ad- 'and Mrs. Bessie Carter, of Law announcement horn Tallahassee and municipalities of this state" aN
GASCONSUMPTION tey. Tuesday said that the State 'Collins told the Jacksonville Exchange -
If there is great rush at the
vertising delinquent property. a ----- Road Department will soon launcha club in an address on

last minute there is a possibility that the clerk's office will UP WPA WORKS 840,000 roadway Improvement "problems that will confront the AUTOMATI

be swamped with work and some property owners may be Bradford County automobile 215 MENAbout project to roads around State far- 1939 legislature." EW SAFE TU7ol1WIROS
mer's markets. It was not definitely He labelled "finance and taxa-
unable to comply with the legal requirements.Those owners used 10,384 gallons more
I necessary known whether the local tion" as the biggest/ problem.
gasoline during August than they 216 men are employed in
who should not delay in Market would be Included In this .
own delinquent property
did the month before July. A report Bradford County improving roads,
p making application for its redemption. Time flies and the released yesterday by the Department building and repairing bridges, and appropriation. GUM BRANCH AUTO '

expiration date of the Murphy Act is drawing nearer week by of Agriculture, inspection on the Legion Hall here In Starke Annie Mae Harnage, Cor.Miss RADIO
bureau'said there were 109.- working for WPA. This Is a slight : Screw Worms

week. 826 gallons consumed In August Increase In the number of workers i County Agent T. K. McClane Elizabeth Harnage, of Uma- J..t pu.hb.ttea

while only 99,542: gallons duringthe as compared with the approximate I Jr., said yesterday that within the I tilla spent the week-end here with sad t ere'.

HOW YOU CAN HELP THE FARMERIf same time In July. number employed until several past ten days he has seen, or heardof her father, J. A. Harnage and sr.tata 1altw d 'I w
The report said that 750: gallons weeks ago.Employed. at least 250 cases of animals family tag ..fa he.eau.. YOU. 7
you bemoan the plight of the American farmer why!i kerosene used In the the school house Seal DOS tel. your .r
more was .on being infested by screwworms. The Mrs. Louise Denmark of Jacksonville 04? tb. real. b..adbev
e w don't you do something about it? It is within your power.. county In August than In July 'i..e project, and.until recently market Agricultural agent declared that spent the week-end here it, Wlsgi JellsRegister

If every American ate one more slice of bread daily, farmers' figures were: July 9,122 and Au- center and road work, there were Infestations of this pest are Increasing with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J.
gust 9.872. about 170 men. An Increase In the by leaps and bounds and, S. Sapp.

could sell 50,000,000 more bushels of wheat a year. The ; Fertilizer consumption in the number employed baa been in effect he Is doing everything possible to Mr. and Mrs A. J. Yarbrough.

I same thing is true of other products. Try eating an extra county fell fifteen tons. August for the past few weeks, as the help curtail spread of files eggs, of Woodlawn. were visiting Mr. Motor Co

of vegetables at meal. You need the nourish- recorded a consumption of sixty applicants were certified and received and worms that cost livestock and Mrs. W. R. Kersey and Mrs.
helping every tons, while during July farmersconsumed work,.cards.: from State of owners thousands of dollars annu- H. Keene.

ment, and the farmer needs: the money I Iz&wizgir seventy-five tons fice. any In Florida alone. Mr. and Mrs. B. M. McRae and Starke, Fla. .









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