Bradford County telegraph
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00027795/02665
 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: September 30, 1938
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
lccn - sn 95047406
System ID: UF00027795:02665
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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Established: 1877 Subscription-For Year, $1.50; Six Mo.Uhs, 73c-Payable in Advance E. L. Matthews Editor and Owner

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Surveyors have surveyed >' COMPLIMENTEDThe .
draftsmen have plat-

FOR 20 MORE ted, geologists have tested M is.' .. SCHOOL School Boy Patrol is meet- AUCTION SET '
the soil, but the questionof h1'' fy Ing with great success in Its efforts -
whether or not Starke's to prevent accidents, accord-
$70,000 poatoftice will rise Ing to a statement by Elmo R
IILESREA on this site remains un- r i NEXT MONTH Struth. director. Several parents FOR OCTOBER 14
tettled. The government have said they felt their children
-- wants 105 feet on Call St., c were much sufer with the patrol In

Farm Families beginning near the lamppost effect.
Sixty Another Free Treat Farmers Market Will
(directly below) and A member of the Jacksonvillefire
Now Signed In running to the corner of For HousewivesTo department, passing the schoolhouse Be Scene Of

CooperativeSixty the stone building<< (at He Shown stopped and made several
right) now occupied by complimentary remarks concern-
Johns & Walnwrlght \ k ing the organization of the boys
farm families In a curved However negotiations for Encouraged by the fine successof here. lie said that the local patrol October 14, has been set
iilne from Brooker through New purchase of the property out first motion picture cooking is functioning as well as thoseIn as the opening sale date of the
River to Hellbronn Springs have have not been completed. school the Telegraph bus completed much larger cities. pecan auction which will be con-
paid $5 membership fees in the xl w.- arrangements for the showing Not only are efforts made to ducted at the State Farmers Mar- +

Clay Electric Cooperative Assn., of "Star In My Kitchen," the protect children on the streets, ket Just north of Starke on Road.
Inc. and a project for twenty I newest film of this type in Starkeon I but as the patrol Is composed of 13.
| of additional Rural Electrification three days during the week of
mile Boy Scouts the members also attempt Bradford County has a bumper
line, has been submitted '4 a ; t I October 21 I to promote safety In the crop this year, estimated at around

ito Washington. County Agent T. K. l The hundreds of women who classroom, halls, and on the school 200,000 pounds, and It Is expectedthat
jltcClane announced yesterday. : saw "The Bride Wakes Up" early : grounds. the auction here will be a big

At the same time the cooperative I this year will want to benefit by Everyone has shown fine cooperation success.
association, with headquarters 3 BUSINESSESHAVE I the new cooking school which will I with the patrol with the An experienced Florida auctioneer -
at Keystone Heights, adopted be shown here absolutely free at the exception of a few high schoolboys will conduct the sale and will
I the following rate schedule for I the Ritz Theatre. It Is a fascinat- Mr. Struth said. Interest himself In obtaining the

firm and home service: ing picture which weaves helpful, -.- highest! price for growers, accordIng -
First 23: kwh, or less, $2.45: mo. F N, Intelligent lessons on cooking and to a statement by J. S. 1J. -
Next 23: kwh per mo. at 4.0c<< kwh. t r x e { e.. home-making Into humorous and enby, market manager. After auction -
Next 50 kwh per mo. at 3.0c kwh. MOVING DAYAlexande"'s romantic plot. BRADFORDBOYMEETS hours growers will have the

Next 100 kwh per mo., 2.0c kwh "Star In My Kitchen" was pro- privilege of selling at private sate
Over 200 kwh per mo., l.Sc kwh. duced In Hollywood and audienceshere If they do not accept offers made
The rate schedule given above Is will recognize many of the during the auction.
bued. according to the REA orifice To Occupy rising young actors and actresses "Growers should bring their pecans
upon experience and carefullatudy Greatly Enlarged who take part in It. Women young STRANGE DEATHKilled to the market where we will
It is believed that it will REPAIRSAND ROTARIANSEAT and old will appreciate the human- have plenty of buyers to cover the
igive service at the lowest prices AT SCHOOLThe Store ness of the romantic story in offerings" Mr. Llxenby said.

can lstpnt with the cost of serving -- which problems that often breakup While Watching "Bring them during the morning"
I the Mstomers(/ and repaying the BUILDING Rotary Club changed the It is moving' day In the Green I happy homes are solved from hours on October 14 In order to

Government loan. scene of its regular Wednesday Building on Call St., just east of I an entirely new angle. Workmen Cut provide for proper weighing and
finished meeting from the Woman's Clubto Experienced housekeepers will TimberDeath tagging for the sale."
workmen have string- AT PEAK the court houso.
the school house this week --.--
In I thrill to adventures of De-
ling lines on the original project young
Pate Gaswett, whose hardware
Ithii county, from Graham to where the members were shown dee Abot who suddenly finds herself came In a roundabout way C. O. Searing, Jr.
I Brooker but it will probably be through the new elementary school store occupied. quarters at the with a large home to manage Tuesday to take the life of nine- Charles Oscar Searing Jr., diedat
I another thirty days before the .All Carpenters and unit, listened to several numbersby western end "of the building, Is and several mouths to feed, as wellas teen-year-old Ben Galney, formerly his home in Jacksonville on

I plant at Keystone Is ready to gen- the boys' band, and enjoyed moving Into the vacant building a handsome young movie actorto of Brooker, but who had been Thursday of last week following a
erate power. Painters: Are luncheon in the new school cafe- between Bryant's Cafe and the Impress. What happens when working In South Florida for some brief illness. Besides his father

Those who have signed up for BusyIt teria. Ritz Theatre. she tries to make a fluffy I lemon time. C. O. Searing, of Starke, the deceased

I power along the Brooker-New Riv- I I After a tour of inspection, the I Joe Noegel's Court House Lunch meringue pie or a marshmallow The youth was watching a groupof Is survived by three sisters -
Hellbronn Springs line are as would be pretty safe to bet Rotarians gathered In the auditor- will move from Its present location cake? What happens when the workmen cut timber at Cassia, and three brothers, IncludingEarl c
hollows(\ I* Li. Johns, G. G. MI- that every carpenter and painter ium and were treated to two num- I' Into the space vacated by Gassett. "man of the hour" drops in for near Ft. Myers. The men felleda B. Searing and Glen O. Sear-

jtell, Mrs. D. W. Kelly, Eustis Kelly who wants work in the vicinity of, bers by the band under the direc- A brick addition Is now being dinner? gum tree. It crashed Into a Ing, both well known here. Funeral
1 A. B. Surrency. G. W. Andrews, Starke has been able to find it' tion of Mrs. A. E. Wall. At 12:45: : made at the rear of this store and It will be a real cooking class, cabbage palm. The palm broke services' were held Sunday after-
JR. A Green (tenant house), R. S. within the last few weeks as the, they filed Into the school cafeteriaand will house Noegel's kitchen. Just as though the model kitchens and a piece of the tree flew twen- noon from the Murray Hill Presbyterian -

I Johns. M. L. Johns, M. F. Wiggins, result of an epidemic of new con' were served a bountiful meal Alexander's clothing store will I were right on the stage, and all ty feet, striking the boy on the Church in Jacksonville and
prepared under the direction of of the features of the old- head and him Interment was In Riverside Memo-
I New River School, J. L. Johns, struction and repairing.Two then spread out and take In the popular killing Instantly.
[Oscar Crosby, Mrs. Jessie Lazonby Mrs. Lucile Johns. The proceedswill space formerly used by the Court time cooking school are retained: Young Galney was a native of rial Park Cemetery. His mother.
homes and
R. J. Turner, S. L. Crews, E new a Legion be used by the cafeteria management House Lunch. ..'-"parUtlon! now free recipe sheets, hints on clever Union County and was no relation Mrs Estella Searing, died four
1C. Priest (tenant house), Ida J. Hall are being than built at dozen the present houses,' for the purchase of additional separating tie,'Tt businesses will short-cuts, and the distribution of : to other Galney families at Brooker I weeks ago at her home In Starke.
time and more a I i
' Merritt, Frank Merritt, Chester have recently received attentionof I equipment. be removed giving Alexander six- dally gifts and real surprises.

(!Moody, Pledger Johns, C. C. Butller one kind or another. teen additional feet of frontage.B. The Telegraph also plans to Issue POWDER KEG FUSES SPUTTER
Kettles farm, H. L>, Johns, Mrs. Clara Shivers another book of favorite recipes _
E. Hatfield, manager of Alex
Work is progressing rapidly on
Emery Johns Sam Whitebead, W. of Bradford County women and
the new home for Mr. and Mrs. W. Mrs. Clara Shivers 49, died in ander's, Is announcing a remodel
M. Vanderbilt thin will be distributed free to
Is Jacksonville hospital Tuesday ing sale in an advertisement in ,
It a
A. Stern on Lafayette St. .. er
I Church, Vanderbilt School, Frank those who attend the school. Our .Irw rww .Net w..lro aNw.Nr .Nle Nrw,
and a half of after a brief illness. She was born this Issue of the Telegraph. He ..pW.w 10.1 A, V / / r Nva M C wYyt
an story r
I N I IL Ir1.N1
Norman, Mrs. J. C. Alvarez Rus- first recipe book, given away at NM
The near Starke, and moved to Jacksonville Is offering some real bargains in
modified English design.
I tell Norman. F. M. Norman Levy the showing of "The Bride Wakes
26 She was a order to make room for new mer- '
home of Thomas, on years ago.
I Norman, R. M Alvarez. O. R. Al- Mallory Up" proved so popular that we still :
Ivartz 13 near the northern city limits, member of the Holiness Church. chandise which will be displayed >
Herman requests for It.
Rodman Reddish
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is also nearing completion. Survivors are her widower, W. A. attractively in the store's larger ane rrw
I Thomas, Frank Thomas, J. R. Kelly .--
Shivers; her mother, Mrs. Emma quarters. J 1-r a
1 (tenant house and home), Randolph The foundation pillars for the :wvaaR
Etta Griffis, of Jacksonville; two URGES CHECKON
W. Call St. I. O4.Af
I home
Crosby, R. R. Crosby, Floyd new Legion
Cone H. H. Lewis, W C. Conner, have been set and Arthur Hall I is daughters. Mrs. Edna Mae Moody, Board Meeting TodayThe LICENSES"Hunting iWe rain wui'awn".e"wa'.
Harold Shivers,
Walter Underhill, David O. Rosa, nearing the end of his work in Jacksonville Starke; a son four, sisters, Mrs. Board of County Commissioners / r .e' ... ew"'w.Wi.: 01arrwwwrr
I Corinth Church Corinth School, constructing a tourist camp at the ; Mrs. are in session today wind- season will be here be- I :; r / iaAhaa '
Ada Bradley, Jacksonville;
to town of Road fore we know It and I all
I entrance
A. L Barnes, Leon Conner, L, L. northern Mrs. business of the old fiscal urge
Hilliard, Ing up
consists of one large Georgia sportsmen to check on their .,A v1wW
Renfroe. W E. Sapp 13. The camp up a
J Ellery Sapp and Mrs. which comes to a close at
Janle O'Steen, Starke; year
L. and several small licenses between now and November
JO. L Alonzo Norman, main building
Sapp, Raiford and brother midnight The Board will hold Its
Lou Greene, a "
I L. Conner. cottages. All are stuccoed and 20, A. A. Durden, conserva-
Jacksonville. meeting Monday, also
present a very neat and attrac- Nolan Crlffls, tion officer for this district, said NY.NOMe11NNN WYWerrn
Funeral services were held at the which timeTax '''Assessor E. W.
"HORNED DEVIL" tive appearance. grave In Plnegrove Cemetery, near Hayes will present his new tax yesterday."All .OI/Ne Y.o, a NSNVW,11 n..MN No?-Caue,ew MNr e
Among the residences that have hunters between the agesof ?yAI.A.( C/N/M W..IM a o.N U W.r.TT.
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roll. A/1 fNor NI Mow eL
Raiford. I P ,,., NIYqI W wMI M .
FOUND received attention from paintersand sixteen and sixty-five must have e/NI WI w r.MYV.*W IN.N 7. GM.41bxp ; .,ew t: 1
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carpenters are the following: licenses and I consider it my dutyto

0 D. Kersey, farmer living near C. A Knight, addition of a bay "IN THE HUSTINGS" SAYS see that they do so," Mr. Dur
Starke, brought one of the ugliest window; Fred Carlton, new roof; den continued. He also stated With millions of men already under arms and the major powers of

looking caterpillars we have ever L. Torruella, repainted inside and MADE> A DICTATOR that Sunday hunting will be pro- Europe girding their land sea and air forces for possible war, this map
leen to our pfflce one day last out (this home is now occupied by CONE'S ILLNESS hibited again this season. ( )
Week. It' was fully four Inches Tom Harding Merita bread distributor -I "There Is an abundance of quail nlte.

long and as big around as a man's and family) ; Mrs. J. H. --- and It should be a good season for changed, the situation In no nearer a peaceful solution. Arrows show

forefinger but the most startling Lord, addition of new bath room One of the first actions of tne next Florida legislature will be to everyone If we cooperate and observe where Dictator Hitler nod peacemaker Chamberlain met and where

feature of the Insect was several to apartment; Joe Sistrunk, ex- set up some machinery that will I iwlng into action when the state'sof the conservation laws. I am armies have massed to prepare for eventualities
Inch-long horns that protrudedfrom tensive repaIrs and repainting; R chief executive becomes Incapable performing his duties; and to asking for the assistance of every ?
its head and sharp black M. Sparkman, repainting; Methodist of the 'esent constitution that declares a sportsman In Bradford County to
Pikes that stuck up all along Its parsonage, painting; J. B. rectify that unfair shall part be elected if pi the Incumbent has even temper- help me se that the bag limit! Is BIG MEN OF CZECHOSLOVAKIA .11iI.
I hack Carlisle, painting; Geo. A. Anderson new governor 'enforced," Mr. Durden said.
his duties to the .... 5iM
Mr. when he T. S. Williams, paint arlly delegated '
Kersey says that repairs; He reminds the public of the ISO
I found the caterpillar It was not ing and repairs; W. L. Wall,' president of the senate. mission when It came under fire reward that Is offered for the apprehension T
oe a any plant but simply crawling painting; Mrs. O. J. Griffin paintIng Governor Cone's Illness, now of recently and has justly been of anyone shooting {
on the ground. No one around and remodelling; E. M. Davis, two months' duration and which credited with being the brains of quail out of season. So far there Mrc / ,'

town had ever seen anything Just construction of a decorative gar. will probably last much longer, has the executive office. She was has been very little trouble along
I Ult e it so we turned it over to den fence. put Florida In the category of a Cone's stenographer before he be- this line, he paid.Mathews.
County Agent T. K. McClane, Jr., Appearance of the northern entrance dictatorial state; with the dictatorial came governor.One r ,, f rn
"ho took it to Gainesville, where to town has been greatly powers vested In the person man, 'Malcom Johnson, ,.. Italy ,p 1+ ,
It was' identified as &', "hickory Improved by the first unit of the of Branch Cone, secretary to the director of the unemployment division On Trip r ra

1 lIorned devil" by entomologists at new elementary school building governor. Although on the surface I of the industrial commission Mr. and Mrs. Roy R. Mathews .
we University of Florida. It is and by the two attractive tennis all has been quiet at Talla- has found this dictatorship and son Edward, left Wednesdayfor ;:'"
lounl usually on the leaves of I courts which are usually crowded hassee, a seething mass plot and distinctly not to his liking. His a visit In the North. After a '., ,'\,: MUii
Jtekory trees, but is not common these afternoons with enthusiasts 'counter plot has surrounded the mandamus suit to force the governor short stop with relatives and ;:.jI.; $:,:., :
because it la subject to several ,of the game. I governor's office during these last to relinquish his duties and friends in Missouri they will driveto
Parasites. It Is the larvae stage It is Interesting ride around two months; and If the governor hand them over to the senate president Rochester Minn., where Mrs.
of the giant peat moth. town and note the activity that Is should become strong enough to Stuart Gillls was launched Mathews will enter the Mayo Clinic A
We have preserved the caterpil- going on. If Starke could continue resume his duties some startling only after repeated efforts to lay for complete medical examina-
fer In alcohol and will be keep it Inour building at its present pace for a developments can be expected. I his examination fraud case before tion and probably operation. During _

office where it may be seen few more months the appearance During the past 60 days the bat. the chief executive failed. their absence, J. D. Poston,
I1' anyone interested. It has lost of our town (already good) wouldbe tie for power at Tallahassee has I Some strong hands are now of Dunedin brother-in-law of Mr. .
original green color and Is not greatly improved. been between Secretary Branch seeking to guide Florida's ship of Mathews, will assume management -

nearly 'startling looking as it -. Cone, and Assistant SecretaryMrs. state; and neither the legislators of the dairy. Fred Bryant and p- -'". .... 6. 'rrkl I
u when alive but it. still looks Good Road 13 News Ella Neil. And nowIt nor the citizen. like the uncertain Morris Poston will also assist In
bad enough. ? made looks like Branch has won. The course the ship ia taking. Which the work. PRAGUE Czecho lovakla. -Radio photo shows General Jam
Preparations are being of Road 13 dictatorial allegory Is borne out returns us to the original premise: Syrovy (right, Inspector General of the Army and new Premier of
for the resurfacing Coun- when It Is recalled that Branch that the legislature will make It One Ilore WeekThe Czechoslovakia conferring with President Eduard Benes In the Presidential -
Lecture On IndiaThe from the Bradford-Alachua and on to Cone represents Florida's "army" Impossible toe this catastrophe to Palace after presenting a new Czech Cabinet last Friday. At
Waldo, books
Rev. Dr. A. Lincoln Shute ty line through which the state road departmentand happen again. county's registration press time yesterday the hope for peace was strengthened slightlyby
will' give an Illustrated lecture on meet the concrete pavement this side of other heavily planned departments Young LeRoy Collins, legislator will remain In the various districts a conference between England, France, Germany, and Italy that
5f This is welcome news of thosewho was taking place at Munich. No one knew Just what the outcome'would

0.dock, Sunday He will use night 100 beautiful at T:30: for Gainesville.this stretch of road has long commissions.are the white She collar was the boards staunch-and speech In Jacksonville recently for wish the to convenience qualify for the Gen- be, but It was hoped that a peaceful settlement of the Sudeten '

motion picture slides during histdk. I been "famous" for Us bad condi- est defender of the Industrial com- (Continued on Page Eight) | eral Election In November. question would result

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, Surveyors have surveyed ., ,.. .- .. t
draftsmen have
20 MORE ted, geologists have tested plat- The School Boy Patrol Is meet- 'AUCTION SET '
\ the soil, but the question Ing with great success in its efforts
byl ir' i\ ,
." of whether or not 9tarke'eb70oo0 W to prevent accidents accord-

; ,, MILES REA on settled.this postoffice site The remains government will: rise un- .1r t, NEXT MONTH 1 have Ing Struth to said, a director.statement they felt Several their by Elmo children parent R. FOR OCTOBER 14 C

__ were much safer with the patrol In
wants 105 feet on Cull St., -

;R's Sixty Farm Families beginning near the lamppost ? / / A.i Another Free Treat effect.A member of the Jacksonville Farmers Market{ {Will
(directly below and
's Now Signed In running to the corner of rw t" +'t' For Housewives fire department, passing the schoolhouse Be Scene Of
the stone ( stopped and made 8everalconwltmental'y
4 CooperativeSixty building at To Be Shown ActivityFriday
right) now occupied by concern-
Johns & Wainwright rcf ing the organization of the boys
farm families, In a curved However, negotiations for Encouraged by the fine success here. He said that the local patrol October 14, has been wet
a line from Brooker through New purchase of the of our first' motion picture cooking is functioning as well aa those as the opening sale date of the
Iri River to Hellbronn Springs have have not been property '1s/"" school, the Telegraph has completed In much larger cities. pecan. auction which will be con
paid $S membership fees In the completed. I 1tZ aw.. arrangements for the showIng Not only are efforts made to ducted at the State Farmers Mar '

Clay Electric Cooperative Assn., '* of "Star In My Kitchen," the protect children on the streets, ket just north of Starke on Road
i, Inc and a project for twenty newent film of this type, In Starke but as the patrol la composed of 13. '

mile( of additional Rural Electrification a, \ 'io.. h on three clays during the week of Boy Scouts the members also at Bradford County has a bumper'
line has been submittedto ) ? v A?" t October 24. tempt to promote safety In the crop this year, estimated at around

Washington, County Agent T, K. li The hundreds of women who classroom, halls, and on the school 200,000 pounds, and !It Is expected!

NM McDane announced yesterday. saw "The Bride Wakes Up" early grounds. that the auction here will be a biff

At the same time the cooperative 4u this year will want to benefit by Everyone baa shown fine cooperation success.

association, with headquarters 3 the new cooking school which will with the patrol with the An experienced Florida auctioneer
at Keystone Heights, adopted ? be shown here absolutely free at the exception of a few high schoolboys will conduct the sale and will

7a the following rate schedule for ,.4 the Ritz Theatre. It Is a fascinatIng Mr. Struth said.BRADFORD. Interest himself in obtaining the
farm and home service: r '; d picture which weaves helpful highest price for growers, accordIng -

First 25 kwh, or less, $2.43 mo. I .' 1a+,: lily rxqt Intelligent lessons on cooking and to a statement by J. S. Lis-

Next 25 kwh per mo. at 4.0c kwh. + home-making into a humorous and enby, market manager. After auction -
Next 50 kwh per mo. at 3.0c kwh. MOVING 1 DAY romantic plot. BOY hours growers will have the)

1'n Next 100 kwh per mo., 2.0c kwh. 4i "Star In My Kitchen" was pro privilege of selling at private eels

1'r Over 200 kwh per mo., l.Sc kwh. duced in Hollywood and audiences MEETSSTRANGEJEATH If they do not accept offers made +

The rate schedule given above la .Vr.s here will recognize many of the I during the auction.
based. according to the REA office Alexander's To Occupy rising young actors and actresses "Growers should bring their pecans -

upon experience and careful Greatly Enlarged who take part In It. Women young to the market where we win
study, It is believed that it will REPAIRSAND ROTARIANSEAT and old will appreciate the human- have plenty of buyers to cover the

I rive service at the lowest prices AT SCHOOLThe Store ness of the romantic story In offerings," Mr. Llsenby said

consistent with the coat of serving -- which problems that often break Killed 'While 'Watching "Bring them during the morning
}, the flustomers and repaying the BUILDING Rotary Club changed the It Is moving day In the Green up happy homes are solved from hours on October 14 In order to

Government loan. scene of Its regular Wednesday Building on Call St., just east of an entirely new angle Workmen' Cut provide for proper weighing and

, Workmen have finished string AT PEAK meeting from the Woman's Club the court house. Experienced housekeepers will TimberDeath tagging for the sale."

ing lines on the original project In to the school house this week, thrill to adventures of young De- .

this county, from Graham to where the members were shown Pate Gasmen! whose hardware dee Abot who suddenly finds her came !In a roundabout way C. O. Searing, Jr.
Brooker but it will probably be through the new elementary school store occupied. quarters at the self with home to
*.. a large manage Tuesday to take the life of nine Charles Oscar Searing, Jr., died
i another thirty days before the All Carpenters and unit, listened to several numbers western end of the building. Is and several mouths to feed, aa well teen-year-old Ben Calney, formerly at his home In Jacksonville on

iI I plant at Keystone/ ready to generate Painters Are by the boys' band, and enjoyed moving Into the vacant building as a handsome young movie actorto of Brooker, but who had been Thursday of last week following a.
: luncheon in the school cafe
i power. new between Bryant's Cafe and the Impress. What happens when working In South Florida for some I brief illness. Besides his father.
Those who have signed up for BusyIt I teria. Ritz Theatre.Joe she tries to make a fluffy lemon time. C. O. Searing, of Starke the deceased

power along the Brooker-New Rlv- After a tour of inspection, the Noegel's Court House Lunch meringue pie or a marshmallow The youth was watching a group I Is survived by three elates -

er-Hellbronn Springs line are as would be pretty safe to bet Rotarlans gathered In the auditor- will move from Its present location cake What happens when the of workmen cut timber at Cassia, and three brothers, Including
follows: L. L, Johns, G. G. Mltell. that every carpenter and painter ium and were treated to two cum Into the space vacated by Gassett. "man of the hour" drops in for near Ft, Myers. The men felleda Earl B. Searing and Glen G. Searing -

Mrs. D. W. Kelly, Eustls Kelly who wants work In the vicinity of bers by the band under the direction A brick addition Is now being dinner gum tree. It crashed Into a both well known here. Funeral

A B. Surrency, G. W. Andrews, Starke has been able to find it of Mrs. A. E. Wall. At 12:45: made at the rear of this store and It will be a real cooking class, cabbage palm. The palm broke services were held Sunday afternoon
R. A. Green (tenant house), R. S, within the last few weeks as the they filed Into the school cafeteriaand wUl house Noegel's kitchen. just as though the model kitchens and a piece of the tree flew twenty from the Murray Hill Presbyterian -

lobar M. L. Johns, M. F. Wiggins, result of an epidemic of new construction were served a bountiful meal Alexander's clothing store will were right on the stage, and all feet, striking the boy on the Church in Jacksonville and
New River School, J. I* Johns, and repairing. prepared under the direction of then spread out and take In the of the popular features of the old head and killing him Instantly. Interment was la Rlverelde Memorial
Oscar Crosby, Mrs. Jessie Lazon- Mrs. Lucile Johns. The proceeds time Park His
Two homes used cookingschool are retained: Young Galney was a native of Cemetery. mother
new and a Legion I formerly by the CourtHouse
by, R. J. Turner, S. L. Crews, E. Hall are being built at the present will be used by the cafeteria management I space Luncd. .q'hgnpartttton now free recipe sheets hints on clever Union County and was no relation Mra. Estetla Searing, died four
C. Priest (tenant house), Ida J. for the purchase of additional /' short-cuts, and the distribution of to other Galney families at Brooker weeks ago at her home In Stark
Uerrltt Frank Merrltt, Chester time and more than a dozen houses equipment. separating tfie wo businesses will dally gifts and real __ n_____ ____ __
have recently received attentionof be removed giving Alexander sixteen
Moody Pledger Johns, C. C. Butter .
one kind or another. additional feet of frontage. The Telegraph also plans to Issue POWDER KEG FUSES SPUTTER
l Nettles farm, H. L. Johns,
Mrs. Shivers another book of
Work Is Clara B. E. Hatfleld. of Alex- favorite/ reel
Emery Johns, Sam WhItehead, W. progressing rapidly on manager
M. Holllngsworth. VanderbUt the new home for Mr. and Mrs. W. Mrs. Clara Shivers, 49, died in ander's, Is announcing a remodeling pea of Bradford County women and
this will be I
Church Vanderbilt School, Frank A. Stern on Lafayette St. It lean a Jacksonville hospital Tuesday sale in an advertisement in free to
Norman, Mrs. J. C. Alvarez Russell attractive story and a half of after a brief illness. She was born this Issue of the Telegraph. He those who attend the school. Our I m.w.wua.no+ n.r.rv,cart w i a rra n.wrw, on mo.o rwora.warr.rur ,... ro.ru.rr.n
Norman. F. M. Norman Levy modified English design. The near Starke, and moved to Jack Is offering some real bargains In first recipe book, given away at l / ,rr.nrenn w.n, eorw.
the of
"The Bride WakesUp"
Norman, R. M. Alvarez. O. R. Alvarez home of Mallory Thomas, on Road sonville 23 years ago. She was a order to make room for new merchandise showing

, Rodman Reddish, Herman 13 near the northern city limits, member of the Holiness Church. which will be displayed receive proved so popular for It.that we stUl .

Thomas, Frank Thomas, J. R. Kelly is also nearing completion. Survivors are her widower, W. A. Attractively In the store's larger requests I .ov.rr Boa. tin '
(tenant house and home), Randolph The foundation pillars for the Shivers; her mother, Mrs. Emma quarters. r t a
Crosby, R. R. Crosby Floyd new Legion home on W. Call St. Etta Griff, of Jacksonville; two URGES CHECKON

:: Cone, H. H. Lewis, W. C. Conner, have been set and Arthur Hall is daughters, Mrs. Edna Mae Moody, Board Meeting TodayThe LICENSES"Hunting

Walter Underhill, David G. Ross, nearing the end of his work In Starke; a son Harold Shivers, ..., ,
Corinth Jacksonville; tour sisters, Mrs. Board of County Commissioners ... .r.r.oa..ewww
Church, Corinth School, constructing a tourist camp at the season will be here before
A. L. Barnes, Leon Conner, L. L. northern entrance to town of Road Ada Bradley, Jacksonville; Mrs. are In session today windIng we know it and I all
tenfroe. 13. The consists of large Georgia Milliard! Orlando; Mra. I up business of the old fiscal urge
Ellery Sapp, W E. Sapp, camp one sportsmen to check on their ,
up / m. v
Janie O'Steen, Starke; and Mrs. year which comes to a close at i r Y OHO/a ,
a. /
L., Sapp, Alonzo Norman, L. main bulldlng and several small licenses between now and November e OYliYUtlOrYrM /
L. Conner. All are stuccoed and Lou Greene, Ralford, and a brothFuneral midnight. The Board will hold its "
20, A. A. Durden ,
.. N l C Iffle J keonvlll to "tar tneetln ,Honda afro.at conservation e
ana er, o an r ac e. g y ..
----- ---- present a very neat \ attrac ; ;;blh' : : : I officer for this district said Y..ION... ..
services were held at the time Tax"Aeeeeeor E. W .. r rr -.. .. al..ra...
tive appearance. I ""'" rona
yesterday."All o u"o'....wie: .
DEVIL"FOUND Among the residences that have grave in Pine grove Cemetery, near Hayes will present his new tax r 7 rrwro oar C2KMMl w-rnwnrMal
roll. hunters between the ,., IN CIIrIP W. AUO AYIIIraN Q, LOn ..
received attention from painters Raiford. ages n d Y111' open, ro,,wm.r,, u MOM roe d ru ,. :.,.M _
of sixteen and sixty-five must have NOMMM/rM. Yrr. e / GKroA.d/dral Id ..
and the following: ,
carpenters are .
0, D. Kersey, farmer living near C. A. Knight, addition of a bay "IN THE IIUSTINGS" SAYSCONE'S licenses see that and they I consider do so,"it Mr.my Dur dutyto ... .a itJe

Starke, brought one of the ugliest window; Fred Carlton new roof;
I den continued. He also stated With millions of under arms and the
, of
men already major powers
looking and
have L. Torruella Inside
caterpillars we ever repainted
lefln to our pfflce one day last out (this home is now occupied[ by ILLNESS MADE A DICTATOROne hibited that Sunday hunting will be pro Europe girding their land, sea and air forces for possible war, this map

week. It'was fully four Inches Tom Harding, Merita bread distributor again this season. (above) shows where the powder keg fuses of Europe threaten to ignite.

long and as big around as a man's and family) ; Mrs. J. H. "There Is an abundance of quail While statesmen confer and diplomatic notes are rapidly exchanged

forefinger, but the moat startling I Lord, addition of new bath room and It should be a good season for the situation la no nearer a peaceful solution. Arrows show
of the first actions of tne next Florida legislature will be to
feature everyone If we cooperate and observe
of the Insect was several to apartment; Joe Slstrunk, extensive where Dictator Hitler and peacemaker Chamberlain met and where
lach-long R. set up some machinery that will swing into action when the state's the conservation laws. I am
horns that protrudedfrom .repairs and repainting; armies have massed to prepare for eventualities.
Its head and sharp, black M. Sparkman, repainting; Methodist chief executive becomes incapable of performing his duties; and to, asking for the assistance of every

Pikes that stuck up all\ along Its parsonage, painting; J. B. rectify that unfair part of the present constitution that declares a sportsman in Bradford County to
back.Mr Carlisle, painting; Ceo. A. Ander new governor shall be elected If the Incumbent has even temper- help me ae that the bag limit Is / BIG MEN OF CZECHOSLOVAKIA J.
___________ enforced," Mr. Durden said. _
Kersey says that when be son,. rennirs: T. S. Williams-, -painting early delegated his duties to the ---- rnlhrTr. r rn
found the It was not ;'i1'd-rpaJrs W. L.Wall, of the senate. He reminds the public of the $50 I i r ,. '
caterpillar ; president mission when It came under fire i la' t w l'k; qi I n IWt'' I vn +, .Ef
on any plant but simply crawling painting; Mrs. O. J. Griffin, painting Governor Cone's Illness, now of recently and has justly been reward that Is offered for the apprehension '+ 1 CI e+ I{ i '" i .A:yu.ilV
on the ground. No one around and remodelling; E. M. Davis, two months' duration and which credited with being the brains of of anyone shooting A+ ; i' M i'') e 4 I J I l'ihpi' "I .. f !1 1y

town had ever seen anything Just construction of a decorative gar will probably last much longer, has the 'executive office. She was quail out of season. So far there PII h 1t'[' W( !
"M it so we turned it over to den fence.. put Florida in the category of a Cone's stenographer before he be has been very little trouble along y : 9',

County Agent T. K. McClane. Jr., Appearance of the northern en- dictatorial/ state; with the dictatorial came governor. this line, he said. it d r ; I'I
*no took it to Gainesville where trance to town has been greatly powers vested In the personof One man, 'Malcom Johnson, -. ,, ; I ,

It was Identified as a' "hickory/ Improved by the first unit of the Branch Cone, secretary to the director of the<'Unemployment division Mat hews On Trip .
Horned devil" by entomologists atM new elementary school building Although on the surface ,
governor. of the industrial commission Mr. and Mrs. Roy R. Mathews b x r, i '
University of Florida. It is and by the two attractive tennis all has been quiet at Tallahassee has found this q + ,'
and son, Edward, left Wednesday ,
found ,
hickory usually on the leave of courts which are usually crowded a seething mass plot and I distinctly not to his liking. His : for a visit In the North. After a ,,,F I'. ,
trees, but Is not common these afternoons with enthusiasts counter plot has surrounded thegovernor's mandamus suit to force the If I
I governor short stop with relatives and Ii
I Ii because It is subject to several of the game.It office during these last to relinquish his duties and i ,:
i friends In Missouri they will driveto ,r I
Parasites. It la the larvae stage is Interesting to ride around months and If the
of two ; governor hand them over to the senate presIdent Rochester, Minn., where Mrs. ,
the f
I giant peat moth. town and note the activity that is should become strong enough to Stuart Clllls was launched Mathews will enter the Mayo Clinic )
We have preserved the caterpillar going on. If Starke could continue resume his duties some startling only after repeated efforts to lay for complete medical examination 'i i> >

\ In alcohol and will be keep It In building at Its present pace for a developments can be expected. his examination fraud case before and probably operation. Dur :\',y:,
office where It may be seen few more months the appearanceof the past 60 days the battle the chief executive failed "e'. "
by> During ing their absence, J. D. Poston,
i j anyone interested. It has lost already good) would / P
town (
lie our ; for power at Tallahassee has Same strong hands are now of Dunedin, Drolher-In-law of Mr. Pf
original green color and !Is not ''I be greatly Improved. been between Secretary Branch seeking to guide Florida's ship of Mathews, will assume manage .1 f

>*nearly' go startling looking as It Cone, and Assistant SecretaryMrs. state; and neither the legislators ment of the dairy. Fred Bryant and tiv ,a't.''
bad M when alive., but It.still looks Good Road 13 News Ella Nell. And nowIt nor the citizens like the uncertain Morris Poston will also assist In n.II... .

enough Preparations are being made looks like Bruch has won. The course the ship t* taking. Which the work. PRAGUE, Czechoslovakia. -Radio photo shows General Jan

for the resurfacing of Road 13 dictatorial allegory Is borne out': returns us to the'original premise: .q Syrovy (right), Inspector General of the Army and new Premier of !

Lecture On IndiaThe from the Bradford-Alachua County when It is recalled that Branch that the legislature will make It One More WeekThe Czechoslovakia. conferring with President Eduard Benes in the Presidential

Rev. Dr. A. Lincoln Shute line, through Waldo, and on to Cone represents Florida' "army" Impossible for, this catastrophe to Palace after presenting a new Czech Cabinet last Friday. Atress
trill' which the state road departmentand happen again. county's registration books
give concrete pavement
an meet the > time the for
Illustrated lecture on yesterday hope peace WU strengthened slightlyby
departments Collins will remain in the various districts
India this side of other heavily "Young LeRoy legislator
{ at the Lawtey Methodist extends several miles a conference between England France and that
Germany Italy
Church This Is welcome news while Mrs. Nell's friendsare from Leon .County, made a : through Saturday, October
Sunday night at 7:30: Gainesville. was taking place at Munich. No one knew just what the outcome-
clock.. stretch of road has longbeen the white collar boards and speech In Jacksonville recently ,,8, for the convenience of those
IIIotion He will use 100 for this"famous" for Its bad condi commissions. She was the ttaunch- : who wish to qualify for the General would be, but It was hoped that a peaceful settlement of the Sudeten a

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and sewer systems for waste disposal r with friends and relatives. Mrs. Congress: of the United States. Article X as ih, -
Storm General of the
Deals For Attorney amended so ,,
Is characteristic not only of \ Pritchard remained for an extended Stat of Florida. Kvery perfori at tt I.d, I,' L.

ECONOMIC the great majority of farm and New England visit with her daughter and son-I Court For Three of the Justices State of. of Florida.the Supreme tt. or beneficial{ A.i'I. I.'. ''h, "'.."
rural homes but of in-law Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Crosby. In Ut: q11.
a large proportion Terrible Blow ;I For Two Railroad CommlsHlonersof resides ther"oi ai.i, ltd I.
of homes) In small ,, owns Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Crosby the State of Florida. bakes the Item,, hi I "h.
Member of the House of nenthoiiiB ""I, "mil: ,,
CONDITIONSOF and a substantial number, the ; ; I spent Monday In Starke and Law- Representatives For One of the State Of of another,Or Or othor Hi,,' j I" ,', 1,0.t'
cities. Twenty. ix.per ent of south The New England states Florida. urlliy dependent ,I. ,-al" ',r "
ern city or town households are week suffered the greatest disaster tey.Mr.. and Mrs. J. H. Deloach of For Five County Commissioners.For .h,1 all h.. on tited ,.u I" "'", "nat."J
Three Members of the County ,, ,
THE SOUTH without Indoor flush toilets as contrasted In their history when a tropical I Pahokee have returned home after Board of Publlo Instruction.For n'enta for taxlllul, ,. ..,( I Ml.",,r Il[ f''n, .,...
storm accompanied by tidal waves with Five Members of Bond Trustees. """""""" valuation .
here '
with 13.1 percent for the soendlng some time and Dollar "r' ,-I" ,: lb.
took toll lives and 01, the ,.
of 600 '
a prop 'U
city and town households of the ; friends and relatives.Mr. In Testimony Whereof I tonthrunua real pi i-p.-,, 1'1 a",
A REPRINT OF THE REPORT PREPARED country as a whole. In extensive erty damage estimated at $200- and Mrs. Ardell Crosby and have hereunto set my hand Constitution Article in > , 'I"'- .fln.
I and affixed the Great, Seal. fni', ,, r
FOH THE;) PRESIDENT BY TIlE rural districts there are not only' 000,000.It Mr. and Mrs. Gene Hazen of Sarasota of the State of Florida at thereafter. Said 'uIu? i, \ "' a"l Ih

NATIONAL EMERGENCY COUNCIL, no Indoor flush toilets, but no out- was the same storm that was spent the week-end herewith Tallahassee.I the Capital, by mon the "ntret. J i 0.'. ,h ",f','" b"

door privies even of the most prim- reported headed for Florida but his mother, Mrs. D. W. Ha- this tember.tha A. IBt: day. of Sep tlon may be upp,'., ,".1,1",,,"I, ':rt' ..x"e"" '

which turned out to sea again In and such of the ,. 0 '
itive sort. Nearly a fifth of all zen, and other relatives n. A. GRAY, OWI..r "
Hdlt ir'h Notu Early In July President Roosevelt called our South thereon as 'h.1'j ,
of Stat
southern farm homes have no the nick of time to keep from hit- friends. Secretary est shall p. '
the Nation' No I economic problem and askerl the National EmergencyCounull To lion. A O. Andreu, Sheriff appear t ,i, ,
fol'i .' i'lear, ami concise statement of the needs and problems of ting this state Cinpt ion of lll "'."
toilets at all. It Is In these regions Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Hazen are Bradford County. and muni i II I ,p i ,'Ilntf
this area Just recently the NEC submitted It. report, presenting I Dollars shall i, ,, ,
..nl> a small degree the manifold assets and advantages possessed by the that hookworm infection and con An army of 100,000 WPA workers the proud parents of a baby boy, 9-9-1)1-11-4.) one person or uny ,,,' "

South being runrerned primarily not with what the South ha., but with sequent anemia have flourished as reinforced by thousands of born Thursday September 22. hou"". nor ..h'il t t', ,"1,,, .'hI. I n
what the South iii'ods Lent some of our readers take offence at certain HIIKHIIT'III: ) exemption ,l ,, r ,
\ ,
statements mad. In the report, we hasten to add that this survey was a result of soil pollution. volunteers, regular Army soldiers, Mrs. Eunice Sanderson and babyof NOTICE IS HISRICBY GIVEN that aped the pronortluii.ii, I", I t
not the work of "mnart-alechy Yankees" hut was aided by the counsel There Is also extensive over- and National Guardsmen, are toiling under and by virtue of that certain nation buMod on th, ',,, I ";"d :
of an advisory. committee of southern citizens known for their InterestIn Tampa, are spending awhile writ of execution Untied. by and by such person Th 1", ,0.
the rnKlon and theIr familiarity with Its problems. It presents a sincere crowding In the southern town on the gigantic task of clean- here with her mother, Mrs. D. W. under the band and official seal of mar prescribe al'I"11 .t' "g. t
effort to obtain n picture of the Mouth In relation to the remainderof areas. In one-eighth of the dwel- Ing up the damage done In seven the Clerk of the Circuit Court of onab e laws ,, ,""',"'n 'i'
the country and will be reprinted In the Telegraph In Installments. Hazen. Bradfoid County Florida and bearing of establishing Lii-, ', .a nn
lings there are more than one and states. ,_ ___ ___.u S a----- L___ _..__.. date the Rlst day of July. A. I exemption. .:
-- one-half persons per room. In the Latest figures set the known A. large crowu iruxu tidy UILCUU- L).- 1031 on that certain Judgmentof _.-.
ed the Association held at Rock Bank of Starke a banking cor- A JOINT
United States whole deaths at Rhode Island 213 niCSOLUTms.
SECTION 7 the South. The situation generally as a only one-- : : J '
Primitive Baptist Church in the poration, plaintiff, VH. Frank Hand- an Amendment to Si i f ""In
is probably worse than shown fourteenth of town houses are so Massachusetts 128; Connecticut, ley and D. K. Ilandley, a partnership tide 3 of the r-iinstlmt", :,' AI i

HEALTHFor by the figures for this company, crowded. In 19 southern cities recently 68; New Hampshire, 12 and Ver- Ziff section last Friday Saturday doing business In the name of State of Florida Rotliulur'", I"
Hnndley Brothers and W. O. I>emp- Publication of Notl ,
and Services were also '
whose workers have relatively better studied over 40 percent of mont, 5. Sunday. say, defendants, and bearing date to Pass Local ot tiiu, 'f n 1",1'

years evidence has been pilIng protection against disease. For all dwellings rent for less than $15a Meanwhile Emergency public enjoyed at the home of Mr. and the 9th. day of May, A. I>. 1931, and BE I'r RKHOLVED! I: -Hi) '

up that food, clothing and this period the number under observation month or are valued at less than and private utility crews continued Mrs. H. P. Gainey Friday night of said record Bradford In the County Public Florida.records of I FLORIDA lSZ.ATtJltli: 0' Til' ,.,.j'.I)-PA&l'

housing Influence not only the sickness averaged slightly more $1,500 as opposed to 24.6 percentfor the stupendous task of restorIng and at the Missionary Baptist have levied upon and will on ) amendment to Keen"., jj ""t, "''
but the 64 cities studied In the and tel- Church Saturday night. dRY the 3rd day of October \fon-I 3 of the Con.tltlUOl, ,"lSlr'
rate and death rate even than 77,000 persons. There were railroad electric gas 1U3R Hell the following described of Florida a,1", "' '

the height and weight of school 3,780 cases of pneumonia, of which country as a whole. Only three of ephone service. A number of communities Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Crosby were lands lying and being In said Brad I at Is election hereby In'an""HI 192 ,.I .",,2 t ",?i.n.a:':
where the southern cities had smaller back to normal transacting business in Starke ford County Florida during, the u ",,
children. In the South, 739 terminated fatally. This resulted a I were already li'Kul I hnurs of sale In front of the I submitted for ratflcal,n, 'J"1.';
family incomes are exceptionally\ in an average frequency per percentage of dilapidated houses I and others were being restored Thursday.Mr. Houth door of the Court house In tlon by the %
State of
low the sickness and death rates 1,000 of approximately 4,9 pneu- than the national average Five rapidly. The danger of typhoid and Mrs. L. A. Futch, of Starke the highest, Bradford and best County bidder Florida for cash to eral election Florida to be Voting h. id I,, ,,'ht ?I'

are unusually high. Wage differentials monia cases per year among surface -I I of the 8 cities with over a quarter In the flooded areas of western Lawtey, spent Sunday with her to-wit: a. one-fifth undivided Interest her.. A. I,. It38( ; that 1 .N.r,

become In fact differentialsIn workers 4.7 among coal of their. houses In bad conditionwere Massachusetts and Connecticut appeared parents, Mr. and Mrs. P. A. Cros- Houth In half and of to Northeast the South half of of tutlon'W" ,F2j-ila" 0'' !
health and life health in I in the South 1 of these had to have been averted the quarter b. amenel..d ao a. to ,
; poor miners, and 10.6 among ore miners. ; by ty. Northeast quarter and Southeast Section 21. read .,. .,
affects 4 out of 10 of its houses either in arrival of quarter of Northeast quarter of Section In cli .1.
speedy -
turn wages. The rate of 4.2 for dependents Included serums. Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Crosby, of at..d In the preceding
The low-Income belt of the Southis also the pneumonia of child- need of repairs'or) unfit for habltaion. -I Both the Connecticut and Merrl Youkon, spent Sunday here with quarter Twenty-five of Northwest, and quarter Southwest of form laws shall be general and ,.r; "',

a belt of sickness misery, and hood and Infancy. A fatality rate ,. mack rivers were reported recedIng their parents, Mr. and Mrs. P. A. Section Thirty-two .all In Township State, operaton aRea thr""h"n i ,,"p I
I Five South, Range til for the
unnecessary death. Its large pro- of 30.7 deaths per 1.000 cases of A study of blighted areas in. rapidly and communities along Crosby.Mr. purpose of satisfying; East said, execution. the ated Legislature or excepted In 'thai Serilr

portion of low-Income citizens are nnpiimnnln. Wall found Amrtner Rur1. _- New Orleans showed that their the banks of those two streams local laws, except may pane,wM'CI.''S. ,
-- H ---- U as
I and Mrs. H. P. n
more subject to disease than the I I 1.----------face workers a rate of 26.8 among I II were returning to normal condl Gainey were Sheriff of Bradford A. O. ANDREU Florida. I after, otherwise provided itl it,,, C.'
transacting business in Starke, County tltutlon; PROVIDED O
I ,
tha ,
similar The | tions.
people of area. :
any coal miners. and 24.8 among ore 9-2-61-9-30 or special bill shall ht na.Li ""

climate cannot be blamed the miners. Deaths from tuberculosis _-. Tuesday. NOTICE OF APPLICATIONPOIl shall any local or special 'a" S,5, .!,

South Is as healthful as any section occurred at an annual rate of TAX I>IOKINennte ties Ilshlng, or abolishinglurvi: ,", .'
NEW RIVERMrs. or providing for .
I Brooker P. T. A. ( BUI N... 1II3: ,..nt t' ( ?
for those who have the necessary 1.467 thousand workers > Jurisdiction and I ixw'r
per among O. E. Crosby, Correspondent NOTICE IS HKKEBY OIVKN. That terlng or 'rl,
The Brooker P. T. A. held amending lh ,
care, diet, and freedom from coal miners 1.232 among ore miners a U K. Starling holder of Tax Certif paall..c. unless notlci- ''If an I,

occupational disease. and (0.566 among surface called meeting Tuesday afternoonto icates Numbered respectively, 1/2 therefor 'h,1''n.nli'
Mrs. O. E. Crosby and Miss Bonnie discuss the welfare of the cafe- of 837 Issued August 7, 1933, 18/33 nubllHhed I In the hul. i b!
Several years ago the United workers. Turner were on a business trip I of 834 Issued August 7, 1933, 4/5 of by law where the ,1) V|1.
States Public Health Service conducted Prior to 1936 only one State In I teria. Mrs. Lucile Johns, co-super- 841 Issued August 7, 1931.: 802 Issued to be affected m,)mutel'' Ihlt?.,.
to Lake Butler Monday afternoon. visor of cafeterias was present. August 7, 1933, has filed name which notice shall i I" ,i ,"d
syphilis-control demonstra- the: South gave consideration to Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Crosby and In my office and has mad application the manner provided i \ <\ ,
tions in selected rural areas In the Industrial hygiene. Today with the Mrs. Willa Mae Hazen, presidentof for tax deed to be Issued thirty days prior I in" ,n" '! .
daughter Doris, and Cozette Sapp thereon. Paid certificates Into the 'lt
the P. T. A. presided.A respectively Lewlalnlll' ,
South. These studies revealed aid of Social funds
a Security seven were dinner guests of Mr. and embraces the following described bill. The ,' ]

much higher ratio of syphilis additional States have industrlal- Mrs. Haislop Sunday. very constructive discussion ;; properties' In the County of lished has 7nntj.u5iiaiahii? : Ii! -.t,1 I

among negroes than among whites hygiene units and approximately was held. Mrs. Baird, Mrs. Johns lirudford, State of Florida, to-wlt I : be d 1 ".
Mrs. McCloud and daughter I 1/2 of Certificate No. 837 embraces bi "hlli PHMKI i i ,
but showed further that this 7,000,000 of the I and Mr. McGauley led In this. Lots 29 be rn, n .,
higher 10,000,000 gainful Iva, and Mrs. C. J. Mullls and I 36, 87, 43. 43. 44, 64 In with the In th ..' ,
ratio was not due to physical workers are receiving some type of Mrs. Johns reported that NVA NVoodlawn' Section 30 Township 6 Secretary bi Ktnt "p
daughter, Christine all of Worth- South flange 23 East., containing i .n,,
differences between the It service. young ladles would be an the Leftlslatur' I .
races. Industrial-hygiene How- [ employedto 70 Acres, more or less. 'u/
ington C. C.
Springs were visiting and
fact .
was found to be due to the greater ever these industrlal-hygene units do the work, and asked that 16/33 of Certificate No. 839. em- that "' I >,
In -
I Butler and family, Sunday.Mr. braces Lot 28, 38, 45. 62, 63, 69. 60, Htabllshed the I i.-'gI' t' ,h,
and lower condi- have started their some P. T. A. member be In every case be I t .1 .
poverty living programs only I and Mrs. Herbert Parrish appointed 61 \\-'oodlawn, Section 30 Township Journals i I' I. "
of tho
tions of the negroes. Similar stud- recently and it will be some time to handle the funds for the 5 South' Range 22 East, containing House of RpprcHentiitl.Sntmt: ..1) ; i>
were visiting Mr. and Mrs. N. G 80 Acres PROVII
ies of such diseases have shown before adequate health services Moody, Sunday.A cafeteria. The P. T. A. voted that 4/6 of Certificate, more No.or less.841, em- KD.BUCK how.v.r.shall no pll.I, ,' ,(f .,

that individual health cannot be will be available. The funds now Mrs. Baird should do this. 'I braces Lola 30 and 39 In Wood- under when such Ian.,mlr.il. htr-
large crowd attended the lawn irnlnp:
separated from the health of the being for this activity In the eight The secretary was instructed Range Section 22 East 80 Township 6 South, provision to the etc t hal 'h. ur
peanut boiling Friday night at I containing 20 Acres, shall not become .
comninjnlty as a whole. States which have industrialhygiene O. B. Moodys.PINE. upon vote of the P. T. A. to send more or Ieee.Certificate. fectlve until ,'pell.r.i I t'

The presence of malaria which services do not meet the a letter of appreciation to Mrs. No. 852, embraces Lots at a referendum election, u 'pprO',
4. 6, 6. 12, 19, 20. 21, 28, 29, 80, 89 A ed and held In the r
Infects annually more than 2,000- problem of protecting and Improv- Ruby Hayes for her good work In WVfc of Lot 44 In Woodlawn, Section In accordance trnlt i r i> ttoi., ,i

,,1 000 people, is estimated to have ing the health of these workers. LEVELMrs. the cafeteria.The It Township 6 South Hang therefor contained In lurh bill ,

j reduced the Industrial output of Approximately $100,000 is now being II M. McRae, CorrespondentMr. P. T. A. also voted to require 22 or East lass. containing 115 Acres. more I provided by general law

f the South one-third. One of the budgeted for this work, although a strict accounting of alt And containing In all 285 Acres : A JOINT
more or less. RESOLUTION P. jnnil,
I!' most striking examples of the effect it is known that the economic and Mrs. F. Fender and lit- funds each month and that alt The assessment of the said property an Amendment to Section or AreieXotheConiltutIo,1

t! of malaria on industry was loan due to. Industrial Inlurles -- .u ti_.._. ..Dn.1.1..ht...__ __.....u, 1n.I.:: .,......... _nft..- money -Dald In bv children- tutaended -- ax---- under H of said Certificate No. !...n .Tiuiiiiir,_ .10 ,f Tier
837 In the -laxanon Ana.r l
was of Herman A.
revealed by the Public Health Ser and Illnesses among these Farm homes are often picturesquebut mark, spent Stlffday' with Mr. and for necessary food.HIGHLAND Oudger; the assessment of the. said mince by Adding Thereto a Rcqulrrl

vice In studies among employeesof 1 I workers is hundreds of millions\ of need repairs Mrs. C. A. Crosby in the Rising 4. property under 18/83 of CertificateNo. ment Provide That for the liaising Legislature Revenue Sluf''I

a cotton mill in eastern North, dollars. section. 839 was In the name of Un- Defray Midi
known : The assessment of the said Stt. AIpropriallnn.
Carolina. Previous to the attemptsto Reports of one of the largest tuberculosis death rate was twiceas Mr. and Mrs. B. M. McRae and Mrs. AL\ E. Crews property under 4/5 of CertificateNo for tern the of Publlo Free School and 8r I'''

control malaria. the records of'! life-insurance companies show that high as the city's average that children and Miss Vesta ADcRae attended CorrcspondenMrs. known 841; the was assessment In the name of the of said Un- the State Institution if Hlwh.

S the mill one month showed 66 more people in the southern area their number of criminal arrests the fish fry at the home of Leslie property under Certificate No. 852 of Learning the State as a and Part on'>f the ir ,Eqiiallti-ipfnirj'

. looms were idle as a result of ill-\ than elsewhere die without medical was 40 percent higher than the Mr. and Mrs. Willis Dyal Satur- Grlffls of Maxvllle I was In the name of Unknown. Therewith.
/ visited Unless
relatives here said certificates shall be
r.. health. After completion of control aid. The same company reportedin average and that syphilis and cancer day night. E. P. Thursday. ,, redeemed according to law. the R* IT RESOf.VKD BY THE LEr
Denkins of ISLATURB
l: work, no looms were idle for a recent year a rise of 7.3 per rates were high. Miss Elinor Conner, of Gum here Jacksonville, I' properties described therein will be FLORIDA: OK TiE STATE followlr., 0.!
was Hold
i! that reason. Before control work, cent In the death rate in the nine Houses In the rural South Branch and Miss Eula Mae Friday. Court-house to the door highest bidder at the amendment of Section 2 at Artlr'i'
are Dyal F. M. on the first Monday -
.1 238,046 pounds of cloth were manufactured South Atlantic in Crews and family had as In the Month\ of IX of the Constitution, >f Florid
States though the oldest, have thn lowest value of Sampson City were dinner October 1938 I to taxation and finance I If
guest Sunday Mrs. M. Todd. Mr. which Is the 3rd., day of October,
In one month. After no other region had the death rate same Is hereby agreed '*
i and have the greatest need of repairs guests of Misses Audrey and Vesta and Mrs. A. n. J938.
Willard Hunter Mrs. and shall be submitted !t 'he mil'
completion of the work productionrose risen above 4.8 percent and in of any farm houses in the McRae Monday.Mr. Neal Hardee Dated thin the 31st., day of August tried electors of the Stall I 3f Fluff;
to 316,804 pounds In one sections It had declined. and Pitt Hunter, alt "' A D. 1938. Ida for ratification
some United States. and Mrs. W. O. Jackson and or rejection i
of Gainesville, and Mr. and Mrs. the next ltlc l >
ensuing general
month-an increase of 33 1/3 per- The scourge of pellagra that affects That there are 2V4 million be little son, Ronald. spent Sunday I James Cox A. J. THOMAS to he In November '

. j'' cent. the South almost exclusively low-standard houses would be a with Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Boone of and Miss Kathleen : Clerk of Circuit Court of Is to ated t Section i ;l8rI; *
I ,
V In obtained Hardee of Hawthorne R. L. Crews Bradford County Florida. IX of ">t Flnrldi, I It
reports in 1935 from
is a disease chiefly due to In- conservative estimate. Of 3 mil Sampson City. and Miss 9-2-61-9-30.. and the name Is hereby. amended

0 lumber companies, owning 14 adequate diet; it responds to lion farm houses In 14 southern Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Fender and Starke. Dorothy Crews of: as to read as follows
sawmill villages In 5 southern rather NnTI'F OF APPLICATION "Section 2. The phi J
simple preventive measures little niece LAllolatlr
States including West Virginia, Betty Jo Denmark Mrs. Effie Carter Miss Frances Foil TAX DRKI providefor raising Its
States there was agreement that' including suitable nourishing food. 'surveyed in 1930 only 5.7 percenthad spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. (Senate 11111 No. IIIn: fray the expenses of the Slate, Irf
I malaria was an important and In- Even in southern cities from 60 to water R. L. at Starling.. Miss Jewel Carter and NOTICE la HEREBY GIVEN, That eluding state appropriation fur uf
to the house and Batten Theressa.
i piped Junior Carter were shopping in George Keen, holder of Tax Certificate -I I benefit of the uniform yntm l lpubllo
, creasing problem among the em- 88 percent of the families of low 3.4 percent had water piped to the Mrs. H. M. McRae was visiting No. 475. Issued the 3rd. day ofAugUHt. I free schools provided incordance .'

f?, ployees. During the year 7.6 per- Incomes are spending for food less bathroom. More than half the friends In the Rising section, Monday Jacksonville Saturday.Mrs. A. D. 1931, has filed same In I with Article XI 'f t 11Coniitltutlon.
Trudie my office and has made and of Irj
Mae Austin application
cent of of ,
. hospital 16.4 than enough to purchase an ade- farmhouses are unpainted. More for a tax deed to be Issued thereon. stltutlons of Higher learning-. 11'

, percent of physician calls, and quate diet. than a third of southern farm- Remember services at Pine Level Jacksonville, visited relatives here Said certificate embraces the fol I each fiscal year, and ala i soildent ,
; 19.7 of Sunday. lowing described property In the sum to pay the prln/lpli fl
t percent dispensary drugs houses do not have to this week-end. Interest of Ind--"
screens keep Mrs. W. County of Bradford State of FlorI- the existing
were for malaria. The average SECTION 8 out mosquitoes and flies. 4DOUBLE- Starling of Clay da, to-wit: ness of the State."
l number of days off duty per case Hill\, visited her daughter, Mrs. Northeast Quarter of Northwest ,
) of If we consider below-standard RUNMrs. Effle Carter here Monday.Mrs. Quarter Section 24 Town- A JOINT RESOI-Prop.I!
malaria was 9, while days in HOUSINGThe ship 8 South, Hang 22 East an
I all nonfarm dwellings\ in the 14 H. C. Constitution of Florida i
the hospital for the same cause \V. A. Tyler Cor. Wimberley and C. M. containing 40 Acres. more or Rplotn. *

:i' were 5. Ten railroads in the South effects of bad housing can States renting for less than $10 a Jrlffls were visitors to Starke The less. assessment of the said property an the Additional mate Militia by Adlnl laIty'n']

'I t' listed malaria as an economic be measured directly in the general month and all occupant-owned Miss Doris Brown spent the Monday. under the said certificate Issued pllcable to the Federal! Ffeownlpd J '

'\, problem and a costly liability. welfare. It lessens industrial nonfarm dwellings\ valued at less weekend with Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Mrs. Nelson T. Green and children was In the name of Lawrence National Troops Ouard.Known an th
Developing Co.
i I than $1,500, we find 1% million visited relatives here Saturday BB IT IIBHOI.VRD BT LI"<
I Four utility companies had full- efficiency encourages) Inferior cit Brantley of Starke. Unless said certificate shall be Tlr ('
: time mosquito-fighting crews at Izenship. lowers the standard of below-standard houses. Recent Mrs. .1. S. Rosier, of Evergreen, redeemed according to law the KI.OKIOA: That th, :. ')\wlr,
work during the The family life, and deprives people of studies by local housing authorities Mrs. H. C. Wimberly Mrs. J. W. property described therein will be amendment, to Artlcli M"; -
I old
j year. aver- spent Sunday with her sister and to the highest bidder at the Constitution Florida I ''
i of
.; comfort. There also in many of the southern cities Grlffis. Miss Ethel Ricks and C. court house door on the first Mon .Intnl''f
t age case admitted to a company reasonable are brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. L. U. the State Militia by addlli '
hospital lasted 3 days and the direct relationships between poor Indicate that these assumptionsare M. Griffis were visitors to Jacksonville day In the month of October 1938 an additional Section I '.nx
! 1 Morgan and her which la the
father 3rd
' Mr. day of October, as Section 5 of aIl AM' 'I.
correct. In
,; average number of days off duty I housing and poor health and addition many Gnann. who Is making his home Friday. 19.18. specially applicable to "" ,ters..
i' be-I houses now renting between $10 'I Dated this 1st day of September, 4flOia.
tween and ly recognized State tu >
because of malaria was 11. Each poor housing crime. with Mrs. lOaM.tn ) ,

l't DD_ #., _..I_.1.. ........_. -_....l.l... S.w. _wa.__frt -, Ta U'_. flna."r- -n'- _.lIIvn__.._ ".n..t'__. ._._..._.DI_. ._ and $15 are definitely below stand- OMIH._ ..... i.,Morgan... Conner_ ana. aaugnier. INOTIfH OV..-.....APPLIrSTION._.. .<<:. FOIl ,-_''.''Tf''TAT'-" ."."'AT. the to National ana snau Guard! .,.. T..u..P..,!hF'agrero ,,,.1

>>t theornaniM$4 j southern towns consists of antiquated ard. The average farmhouse in Mrs. Zorie Crawford and children denote Rill'No.; innt: A. J. THOMAS. to the electors of the State f Flo
the South is worth about $350. NOTICM IS HKKKBY ( That Clerk of Circuit Court of Ida for ratification or r"Jollon
If we attempt to place a mone- poorly built rental quarters and Miss Elinor Conner were vIsiting Mrs. Clara Mae Knight IVhzrJ; p ol Bradford County Florida. the next Oeneral Election It', l hi h"'

tary value on malaria by acceptIng for working people. The rows The average farm renter's house Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Conner Tax Certificate No. 109, Issued the 9-2-St-9-30 In 1038 as follows:
t of wooden houses without is worth about $:laO, according to 7th day of September' A. D. 1938 .s..tlon% 6. FI.ORID' 1A'rIOSA
the figure of $10,000 as the any I last week. has filed same In my office and has 1VOTICF! Of BLFCTIOV OUARD.-(a)
value of an average life and using modern improvements without the Federal census of 1930. We regret to report that Mr. made application for.. tax deed to CONSTITUTIONAL, AMENDMENTS be In the State of Florida Guard a fetct'1 Ih

r the death rate of 3.943 for malaria proper sanitary facilities, and oft- I I Southern cities have one Important Gnann Is very sick at this writing, be Issued tile thereon.following Said certificateembraces described under WHEREAS.the Constitution the legislature of 18S5.of 1937 of same ly. reroirnlsed snail be sul National len..rlf and .ul IPlovernor '

I' reported by the census for 1936, .without running water, are usually advantage over northern citIes and we wish him a speedy recov- property In the County of Bradford the State of Florida,, did pass four led to the ''".mmond.In >f .J
be >
In In their to the hous- State of Florida to-wit: Joint Resolutions proposing amendments ( who shall ;
the annual cost of deaths from this congested areas and in the approach Lot 1 nf Block 30 Livingston to the Constitution of the Chief.
' f disease is 39500000. To this least desirable locations. Often ing problem. As a rule\ they are ery.Winifred Rlgdon of the CCC Truby Company's Hub-Divis State nf Florida and the same were shall be supported and maintain, '

figure could be added the cost of they are next to mills or mines not hampered by the excessive camp in Fernandlna. spent the' Township ion of NEK 8 of South NKH, Section Rang 22 2* agreed all the to by member a vote elected nf three to fifthsof each by provisions the State of of law Florida pre.plr.lanl crlblnf a',''

Illness, including days of work where the tenants work or on low land valuations that have devel- week-end with his parents Mr. Rast. house; that tha votes on said Joint org-anlilng. arming- Kv
swampy land subject to floods and oped In the North with the rapid and Mrs. I. J. Manning.Mr. The assessment of the said prop- Resolutions were entered upon their discipline accordance said with National the Acti wJLfRress
lost.The erty under the said certificate respective' Journals' with the yeas 'titStates .
health-protection facilities no good for anything else. They growth and cebtrallzatlon of In- and Mrs. I.. U. Morgan was In th. name of Unknown.i Issued and nays thereon, and they. did de.termine and regulations of tnt: '" ''

of the South are limited. For example I are usually far removed from play I dustry. Although the 1930 census spent Saturday In Sparr deemed Unless said certificate shall be re- Joint' Resolutions and direct be that submitted the said to War-. (c Deportment) Officers ,t "Ifpertaining the t,1'

there are only one-third as : grounds and other recreationareas. shows that the rate of movementto Remember the Revival at the erty described according therein to law will the be prop-sold the electors of the State at the General stall Inclufclnir. recoirnlsed National Oon'auaf'"

The southern slum has oft- cities and towns is greater In to the Election In November 1938. the Adjutant .
\ many doctors per capita in South new Congregational Methodist highest bidder at the court NOW. THEREFORE I, R. A. be appointed and shall o.

Carolina as there are In California. en been built to be a slum. It Is the South than In the North, the Church this week conducted by the house month door of on October tile first, 1938 Monday\ which In Dray Secretary of State of the State Je.t.hal to suspension diseharCo.retirement r

'. The South Is deficient in hospitals simply a convenient barracks fora effect of this Is not yet reflected Rev. Walter Sapp. Everyone wel- la the 3rd day of October. 1938. of that Florida a do hereby give notice .such solely or compulsory on the basis if m,7r!' ',

and clinics aa well as In health supply of cheap labor. in'town and city land values and come. 1938.Dated this 8th day of September, GENERAL ELECTiON proficiency character and K ar'

- workers. Many counties have no I Lack of running water and Impure is not likely to be while wages remain -, The Rev. C. H. Rhoden filled his (OFFICIAL SEAL) will be held In each county In Florida as regulations determined and according usages laletoln

i facilities at all. water supplies are commonIn low. It is, however, reflected : regular appointment here Satur- Clerk A. J. THOMAS of Circuit, Court of first on Monday Tuesday In next November succeeding A. the D. by law, anything In this notwltniis?;'.

i The South has only begun to southern slums. Bathtubs, sinks, In poorer living conditions, overcrowding day night and Sunday. Bradford County, Florida. I 19314 KIOHTH, the said. Tuesday, being the i In tlon*. (to d)the The contrary Qnalf"UDI, ,fears ,,

look into its pressing Industrial and laundry tubs are among the and greater danger of C. S. McClellan of High Springs, 994 t-tl-3o. I for the ratification DAY OF or NOVEMBER rejection of and ..old Ouord Federal'Recognized J

: hygiene problems, although it has bare necessities that are often the spread of certain diseases.By Is visiting friends here.BROOKER. KCOTICR Of KLECTIOV! 1 the log said Joint Resolutions propos- prescribed In National military CCgulRtOr.hl// :

26 percent of the male mine work-1 I lacking In slum dwellings. Some the most conservative estimates To the Sheriff of of the amendments State of Florida to the Constitution, vis, : I promulgated In accordance of WlhUl, J JKeneral

ers In the United States and 14 times city water Is supplied 4,000,000 southern families of the State of Florida Bradford: County A JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing I War Department.specifications"
the l'
percent of the male factory work- I through a yard hydrant shared by should be rehoused. This Is one- Be It Known That I, R. A. Gray, tide Amendment X of the Constitution of Section Relating 7 of Ar- The votes cast In "omPllnCld";

\ ers. These: are the workers with ''I several families. Surface wells are half of all families in the South. Mlsa Vera Galney, Cor. hereby Secretary"give, of the notice State that of a Florida, do tn from the Taxation.Exemption of Homesteads I.said canvass proposed, declarations amendment andthereof :.tU'h

which modern industrial health' often contaminated on the farms GENERAL KI.KCTIO'V! 1 shall be subject t.am.

protection is most concerned.The and In the villages and small (Why is It hard to make a decent E. E. Ivy, who has been spend- Stat.will be of held Florida In Bradford on Tuesday County next Sr..ATURE BE IT RESOLVED OF THE BY STATE TUB LEGs OF ,I are .provided regulations by and law restri for lon',T

experience as to pneumonia towns. Contaminated milk and living In the South T Read the ing some time In Miami with relatives succeeding the first Monday In November FLORIDA That the following 'elections In the State nf FlorIRd o'

and tuberculosis among employeesof or d-al cmfwmf z Sections on "Labor" and "Women returned to the home of being the A. D. 1938 the said TueadayFUUITII X amendment of W- Constitution of Section of 1 of the Article State IN I TESTIMONY have hereuntr set.I

the Tennessee Coal Iron& Rail contaminated water frequently and Children" next week.) his daughter and son-in-law, Mr. DAY OP NOVKWnnil of of Florida ,. to the exemption hand and affixed< the t (lee

road Co. and their dependents during found cause typhoid fever whichIs and Mrs. R. M. Gainey. Saturday. For United State Senator from and homesteads the same 'I.from hereby taxation be. (SEAL) Seal of tile rallhassee Stati II:
agreed to
the 11-year period from 1925 becoming a widespread rural Florida laws require trucks to I Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Fletcher and the from State Jan. of 1, 1939.Florida, for sis years and shall be submitted to the eieo-, hda"ltt this the .4ih, d.
lor. of the 8
to 1935 gives an Indication of disease In the South. have a mirror-be sure your truck I Mrs. G. L. Prltchard of Greensboro For Representative of the 2nd Election of Representative state at the Oeneral JUIY.A. P.ORAi l-
I In A. '
health conditions among miners In Lack of sanitary flush toilets 1 has one. I were visiting here Sunday of Congressional Florida"' In District the !;Seventy-sixth of the Stat. f.r approval or rejection: that 131.I. Secretary >t SII <
I.e sew. tka5 u>. said Section 7 of I I l-ll-lSt-11-4.'

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I.'r'l hiThr Bradford School Journal

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. lb.'t. Ambition FOOTBALL SQUADIS Junior Class News Glee Club Work Captain Of School Mammy Sez : SCHOOL LIBRARY :

'1">M ANNOUNCEDListed Gets Under WayThis C Patrol I Receives OPEN FOR USE "
thJ imbltlon 1 Is something that Junior Class officers elected Here we Is done finished wid de .'
1' have and if we do "Star" Rank second week ob school I think ware
''ihud" should Tuesday September 20th, were: '
,'erJ/one below are the twentytwomen week MI's.Vall reorganized On Monday our school library :,
, it, we should begin to about to git straightened oud
"'>.irJ possess President-Buddy Bishop. opened for use by students We
ot with their respective weightsand the B. H. S. Glee Club, and .
'InD'Ii'' .. it now. Vice President-Marian Dowl- Frank Robinson, captain of the wid our lessons. "
i.-mri shall be to have
, C ages, who comprise the B. It. once again the music of the school so glad you use
with ambition knows ing. School Boy Patrol received his I can't understand for some mysterious -
;'Id, A person S. football squad. takes action. and enjoy it, but not abuse it.
:: wants, therefore he goes Secretary-Helen Dowling. star award Thursday. Sept. 22, at reason why dat economic of
it,1ix ,ba'' n( Weight Ago Some changes having been made Since last year several our
tries to reach the : the Jacksonville class off and dat
and TI'easurcr-Chrlstine Cutshaw. Court of Honor keeps falling
ouriii o work Adkins, A. Z.. Jr. 175 11 there will be no special choruses! books have been missing and we
set. Cheer Leader-Margaret Pearce. meeting. This award Is the first study hnll increases so much.
Ito (nal oe has Chastain, Canton 190 18 but one mixed chorus composed of are asking the cooperation of every
'tin people today who'' have Reporter-Hugh Ingram. rank above a first class scout. To Wat does ya think of our huge In suchan
single pupil preventing
Gainey, Perry 145 15 members from seventh grade
itxi' up.
the top are the ones who The Junior Class had charge ot' get this badge a boy must pass Solid Geometry class? In case
.arhed this Also some
..J'J't. Green, Inman 140 17Griffin. The following officers were: elected occurrence year. ,
liiitlJr fd imbltion many years ago. One Harold 155 18 the program Tuesday with Jenn for the : First Tenderfoot requirement, then I ya haven't heard, we has four boys pages were found missing from :

''. tl; beGIn working early in life Harrell, M. D. 140 16 Davis at the piano. Grace Green year second class, and first class. Then und one girl. books. A good book Is a friend and

fr what' he wants in the future.It Johns, James 130 Ii was our program announcer. Billy President: Vernon Sllcox. he must get five merit badges. My lawdy, ya sho better be here should be treated with the same

no.tI, t. mousy to be a drifter and Johns, L. G. 155 18 Jackson had charge of the flag salute Secretary: Clara Mae Halley Also he must serve as!! a first class de thirtieth. I hears our football consideration that we give our

place but I am sure after which we the Treasurer: Clara Flume. scout for three months.
\ Cove
eve', t.t any Jones, R. E. 130 Ii sang boys met dose' Green Spring frlenda.
III 1, at, tn of us had rather have the Bob "Star Spangled Banner:' This was Reporter: Jean Davis. Then he must go before a court ers for our furst! name; ob de season .
Long 140 19 You will find a courteous librarian -
Anill 'ntiinori to work and really make followed with a violin duet by Under the expert hands of our of honor and carry with him five Maybe day ia green but I
Ih '' Moore Nelson 150 18 in the library each period of
$,18 1 if ">f everything, than to al- Grace Dew and Bruner Baker, accompanied director, Mrs. Wall, and Mrs. letters of recommendation. There bets dat we Is de greenest. We Is
McKinney 145 17 the Please bo considerate of
,'lilt, TN ''In iittlng around doing noth- by Jean Davis. We Brown the fine accompanist, the are two ranks higher than Star gonna hub a hollerln' time. Dere day.
Phillips Ernest 155 18 I them and do not ask special favors
Glee Club should continue Its
.Eo then listened to u talk "Good on I Rank Next Is "Life" with ten really will be a few sore throats
ng Rhodes Ralph 138 16 that might them to break a
G way as II good one. It i Is a very i merit. and the cause
Sportsmanship, by Ralph Rhodes i badges highest
illtt itart now while we are in Turner Kenneth 165 17 round und about. After seeing de
j.el library regulation.
.. followed by a "Pep Talk" from Important part of the school, and i Eagle with twenty-one merit "
Igi) ,>iiool to take advantage of Sewell James 1 i5 16 j' show "Saturdiiy'a Heroes, 1 1makes It .-- :
1"" asset In more than one. I
Ilthi' Coach Wh Ittl more. We then left an ways badges. anxious
.pnortunlty and make some. us more excited
Torode John 155 17
a, i-iiiig'er' it 'Jurselves.Footbllli I Silcox,,George 160 18 the program to the cheer leaders The entire musical departmentIs j Frank Is the only Scout In the to git started. WeWonderWhy? ;

I'j, I tickets for this year Harper, L. H. 145 19 and after a few yells we dismissedfor making very good progress and I I local troop to have this honor. Mammy thinks!! it's about timeto .

II Ire O011 ,sale. Be wise and buy I Priest, Charles 155 18 the afternoon. Is making very good progersa, anti, I .-- git sompln'! goln'. Course now, I The halls are so quiet during

,illntiS., Season ticket. You will save I Johns, L. A. Jr., 130 15 soon good 'Ole Bradford High will I High Spirits: For don mean playln' hooky or any school lioura. ..
be able to boast of one as good as thing lak dat If only basket ball This la the beat senior class in
U000'. Conner, Loran 145 17 What Would
HappenIf high school band anywhere.' Green Cove Game the history of B. H. S. .
ii'hi The bOYS need the money now ao any I would start lo gib done girls som-
h.I., ? be best "I-.' .. A., Mamnana.. lu _nlusniru_ _,,_ la t AM*
Lip tliem by purchasing a ticket We want this to the |/ll' IIP UUtLawdy ----- -- -- n ---- ---

o.g noin Bt soon as possible.You Grade NewsTEN school year ever, and we are quite On Friday. September 30, B. I chile, dat Enza Weaver. school. .

inI' are guaranteed the admia- 1. All the girls would stop talking safe In believing the musical department -I S. will play Green Cove Springs 11'1! seems more loneaome-llke!! dan dat I A couple of the senior girls never :

flit'It' Lon to at least six home games A about "New Fall clothes?" will do its part toward Starke on the old football Edith Rowe does. Course now, think about what they are do-

, Ld we are almost sure you willLt Betty Green has been in chargeof 2. Everybody wasn't excited making it so.SCHOOL. The field has new goal posts Edith Is used to it now, but Enza Ing.Gayle

'I I our chapel this week, has been cleaned up and put into blushed when Mr. Whit-
.,. to see seven or eight. By buying programs about the football game Saturday .
'01 one of these tickets you save and we have had some very good night? good shape for the game which will isn't.My goodness, but let me tells ya temore discussed the "small town"

"ill", tram fifty cents to a dollar. Get programs. The programs we have 3. Everybody liked school? PATROLBeside start promptly at 3:30.: The officials sompln'. I like dla thing dey calls banker's daughter.

'a, 'ours NOW. I had so far were baaed on Friendliness 4. All of us didn't try to play !! are Mr. Beecham, Umpireand BOX appeal Dese strips and plaidsIn .5'

''a'', 7 The following girls have season Honesty Unselfishness, and tennis at the same time? i referee, and Mr. McClane, BOX are Just de thing: ANSWER-Bob Long.rIeuInrIl '.

erI'' jackets to sell. Doshia Smith, I Sportsmanship. All the pupils 5. We didn't have any cheer a sign stands a boy who Head linesman and field judge. I wonder why a certain two girls

seem to be willing to cooperate In wears a white "Sam Brown Belt. I: Mr.' Williams will be one of the were aorta' sore-like dl other !
1//, ullary! Edwards, Edith Rowe, Doris leaders at a football game? day Recording to law, the
He Is there not to be a "Statue
.. Istrickland Zell Collins, GraceLteW any way they can. Next week timekeepers. It couldn't! be tennis, could it? property duvrrlhed therein will be
I, but he Is a living symbol of safe Hold to the blithest bidder at the
II ftIt. r Hazel Thomas, Grace Green Mary Townsend will be In charge Guess Who? He Is there to Parking space will be provided Let me gib John und Bob a few court house door on the first Monday -

,. Enza Weaver.RIOGRAI'IIY. of the programs. W. H. Norman ty. protect your for those who come In cars. Green pats on de back for dere fine 'In the month of October, 193$..
.Dd I
I children from the danger of reckless which In. the 31'..., d.0'/' October,
I'I + has been in charge of the Lord'sPrayer Cove Springs Is bringing down a choice ob dates for dat Stetson- 1938.

<'II I OF I and Flag Salute. This senior Is about five feet drivers or drunken drivers. green team but they will have the Florida football game Saturday I nted this OUt "nor/' September.
. nine When he raises his hand to slow 1918:
Inches tall and weights 140 ,
JoSZ.I.OU WEAVER We have a number of new pupils benefit of their experience In their night. RRAL
( )
to the that Is safest he
IIII During the years after the in our grade from other schools pounds. He has dark eyes and you speed I !game' with Alachua. These teams It's too bad dat Jimmy had to go A. J. THOMAS,

''it and we are glad to have them hair. He likes sports and plays will never get a medal. He has and cut hand. I'll bet dat Clerk of Circuit Court of
" (World War the people were strug- very saved numberless lives, both of promise a real battle as there always Johnny's llrudford County, Florida..
football and basketball. He lives
it lliDK to overcome the grief and with us. has been much rivalry be- Johnny is glad a little bit 'causehe (I-B-U-9-.10.
II in a nearby city but spends a children and motorists.
,. hardship that it had brought on tween these schools and both can't write. M-ICtltl, \NlriCH: r oi'iui.1txl. "
TENTH GRADE-SEC. C great deal of his time in Starke. When' you come to a school and teams Gee but de In .'
i// but rejoicing at the same time that are seeking their first gamein girls Lawtey seem Mtl.l-1]
iI I, Well at least section of the He has a pleasing personality andIs see the signs and the boys with NOTICI3 IS HBltfaiHY OIVKtf thatun.I
the vast struggle had ended. About! one many years. For the past two to likes motorcycles all of a sudden ..
I r and In apcordanrn' with that
IiI Tenth Grade is different. Mr. liked by everyone. When he white patrol belts, slow down to I
I Ills time a beautiful blue-eyed weeks football practice has been! wonders why? t'pitaln final decree of foreclosure
" gets excited and talks fast it Is the required speed not only for I' and sale rendered lIon .
named Lou Enza Weaver, was Whittemore said: "I don't thinkwe I held every afternoon. The rough For some reason everybody by A. Z. Adklna
II girl I Ha Ju.hr" of the Circuit Court
.' [born December the eighteenth, need any class officers." The rather hard to understand him. your own sake but for the sake stuff started Monday, September i! looked so sleepy Sunday and Mon of llradfc/rd County, Florida, In
,. to think too. Can you guess who this Is? of someone's children. Chancery, In that certain cause
nineteen hundred and twenty to pupils seem so I 18. Since then the dally program day. Too much excitement for one .
Itmidlnic In Maid Court' wherein J. C.
, 'he bappy parents Mr. and Mrs.L We are very sorry to see some I IIi. has been as follows: Skull practice week-end. Spaghetti supper Fri Wellnrock In plaintiff and It. P.

"'I G Weaver, who lived in Perry, of the boys limping, also with their from 12:30: to 1:00: scrimmage day night and de game Saturday Jonen.. Kt Al. are dofendanta, CaneSIo. .

, Fin faces scarred and their wrists I Ii. ELEMENTARY ECHOESSIXTH ::11 3.30: to 4:30: blocking practice night. Master 806 by, the Maid unilersitned decree appointed l Special will

" Being the only child, Enza grew sprained. It must be football or 4:30: to about 5:15: and then they Lawsy chile, guess what I done cell r'onI'o"t: hlKhent/ bidder for cash
in .
th Mouth front
the new coach. I wonder which. around und heard. I heard dat de folks door of
fast and got along very nicely under run the field four times to the Ilradrord County Courthoune In j jStark.

the watchful care of her moth Anyway, they seem to like him, GRADE this week and she has had to be improve their wind. This ends the don't want us to hab any more .. Florida, during the legal.
so what'? practice.The dances In de club house because hours ot salt. on Monday, October
er. We have started our study of absent two days, too. Ird, A. U. 11)38 the following prem-

nI' As a small girl, Enza was a After struggling about two the early people. Rudolph Crews We are really enjoying our work boys are showing great enthusiasm some of de nearby residents can't ices situate In Bradford County,

F", child of great intelligence and was weeks, we finally have our schedule came and showed us how the early this year, especially our geogra- and are working very sleep at night. Well, all Mammy Florida Lots' E3.to-wlt 64. 59 and 60. and NH .\

'rI always thoughtful of everyone nearly straight. We hope so people made fire. We are making phy and history,,JWe never dreamed hard. In these last two weeks has to say Is dat dey shouldn'thab of Lots5N all In 8eo. 18.

1 wound her. At the age of seven I anyway. Some can't get the books drawings of the cave men.' We our country was such a large they have Improved greatly and built dere homes close by de acres Twp. 6 more S. K.or d less 3d], containing-and excepting

.,1d, ihe entered school In Palatka, therefore we are having a time. I have some very good pictures. In place! We're trying to keep up will certainly give Green Cove a club house. Wat's de use ob habln' therefrom rlghtofway SE'of

(. !liter moving to Gainesville and The members of IOC elected the geography we are studying the with nations who were racing for real battle. a club house It you can't use It'? of SAL.HWVi Hy.of Heu ALSO 15,8WK Twp. of 5 8. R..

" /dually to the State Farm where following as homeroom officers: Central European Countries. Were America back in those early days. Keep on beln' good boys und 22 fil. containing acres: more

r the i is now making her home.In President--Juanita Clark. taking Germany fIrs .. We are We've found Ponce De Leon in PRIMARY JINGLES girls, Mammy.. or less,T.subject FRANK to LANDRUM.taxes.

the Fall (September the Vice President-Alt a Smith. going to start our painting;: next :Florida, loking for the "Fountainof Special Master.

ilxth nineteen hundred thlrtywven Secretary and Treasurer--Marie week. Some very interesting Youth," and just think ...e MANY ATTEND GAME KNIGHT" KNIGHT. '

) she entered Bradford High Taylor. science books were brought to our drank from this fountain last year We have a new easel In our Those who attended the Flor 9-11-26-30 Attorneys tot Plaintiff.

I School, where she Is now. memberof Reporter-Martha Mathews. room Friday. when our class visited St. Augus- room. We are bringing small glass ida-Stetson football game in

I the best Senior Class that has The president chose Julia Winkler Lola Tyler and tine. Bet Ole 'Ponce' never Jars for the paint. We will soon be Gainesville Saturday night were: NOTICE IS FfOTICH HEREBY GIVEN tall

ever walked through, the doors of to look after the bulletin boards, Helen Frances Griffls, thought we'd drink from this fountain painting pictures. Mary Edwards, Marian Dowllng, concerned that the city councilof

d r Bradford and Is hoped to be the and Louise Stern to turn in the Reporters. First Grade-Ruby Lilley, Sadie Prince, Rivers Hundley, tingas the City a Board of Htarke of ,Knuallsers Florida, sit on

, beat in the years to come. Enza number that eat in the cafeteria. Miss Kenedy, Teacher. Teacher-Mrs. Lazenby. Enza Weaver, Doshia Smith, Ella August aoth, A. D. mi, mad. the
We have new shade pulls for our following changes In the .
Mae Sapp Christine Cutshaw, tax a i
Is fond of school and la a
very windows. esument. roll as filed by the city tax
itudlous pupil. Jokes Doris Hough, Vernon Silcox, Bob assessor for 11)38) Notice In further

Enza has grown to the height of SIXTH-.GRADE. ---- -.--..-- uu FOURTH"" _GRADE,,_ ._ _u_ __ _Renzo. 'n was, sick_ Thursday._ Long, Carlton Chastain, John To given I ...that!_ .the _city, _....ouncll.:will.!at
".n U d'u ._ 'ruesaay we neia our eiecuun Ul. we nave "oj pupua in our room. -me cmiaren nave brought many rode Jimmy Sewell, John Chalker a. jnvvciniv 10 na nein on me flit
live reel, inree incnes ana weignia A. Z.-My jokes are my bread officers for the first school month. We are having a nice time getting plants for our room. Gene day of October A. 11s 1838 at the
about one-hundred and fifteen Long, Billy Dowling, Buddy city hall In "'"rk., at 8:00: o'clock
I and butter you know. The following were elected: acquainted with our new books First Grade-M. Mlddleton. Bishop A. Z. Adkina, Jr.. L. G. 1'. \(. will hear from all such ownersor
pounds. She has fair complex- desire ,
a wants stale and workbooks. agents as to appear and
But who President-Bobby Biggs.
ton and brown hair. Her John T.- Johns Ralph Rhodes, and Emmett file complaint as to the valuation '
light bread and butter? Vice-President-Mack Flitch. Some of our boys are painting We have been working bard for Ferryman. as fixed J't the said Hoard of ttqualsnre -

bobbles are keeping pictures and Secretary-Gene Noegle. the cabinet, table and bookcase, so the past week. Our work consisted Mr. Whittemore and the football valuations any reasons why the
old should> be changed.
letters and favorite
her sportsare Teacher-And why do you wantto 'J'reasurer--Dorothy WilHama.Llabrarian our room will be lighter. chiefly of counting, matchIng boys were great spectators at

horsebark riding, tennla and be President when you grow up, -Bernard Jordan. Ii Audrey and Dorothy Bamhlll learning the eight most commonly the game Saturday night. Let'shope W One acre of BW of BSHi of
iwtnunlng. I think Enza also lovesto NlStt 28 s it L. C. Powell from
Ralph? Program Chairman Marlon and Merrill Griffls each broughta used colors, and writing our the boys learned some good 800.0B to tOO.00H ,

read. She says the best book Ralph-So I won't have to dig Love. flower pot with a pretty plant own names. We are sorry to have points-from Stetson. to feet of lot 7 of block IS.
that she has ever read is, "The I Original Town of Stark In NH(4( of
Road To my own bait when I go fishing. Plant Monitor Berta Lee growing in It. so many children from our room The Little Women had an Important HW''<4 Mrs. Mary Davis, Raised from
Understanding. George. We are learning to draw carefully absent this week. We surely hope 1000.00 to 1500.00
Enza dislikes math but like Eng meeting Monday morning.It fcH) nf lot 1 and lots t.B.T or
lish Mrs. Long-As we walk out on Board Monitors-Junior Jordan so our teacher will let ua tbat nobody will miss a day next seems as If they are going to block 88. Original Town of Htarke.

instead. Her favorite colorsare a cold winter day, what do we & Leo Cooper. paint our pictures. week. give the football boys some money. i In NISK! of BWW.. 18 I 22. Shell feroleum .

blue and red. see on every hand." I Window Monitor-C. W. Colson. Teacher-Miss i Edwards. We are so very proud of our new That Is, If every one helps them 4000.00 to Corporation.SOOO.OO. Hulled from

During her high, school career John Author-"Gloves." Traffic Officers-Barbara Keene building. We are very anxious to by attending the big affair Friday Block SI as extended on Rnsey
Enza has made many friends. She Map; Original Town of Htarke In
and Chester McKinney. keep It nice and clean. We want
FOURTH GRADE night NISU of 2H S 22
l Is Enza HWVi. Quit Refining;
very bright and Jolly. Mrs. Perkins-"Vernon, you've Our unit of work this week has We have an enrollment of thirty- our parents to come and see our Co. raised from 7600.00 to SUOO.00

'meets everyone with a smile anda made ten mistakes. What gradedo the study of our early ancestors, first grade room. NOTICH OP APPMfATIO! FOR tMtm I, 3 of But 14 J. M Johns
three students In
our class seventeen Btarke In
word of greeting. She is very you think you should have?" cave men. We have drawn pic- and We First Grade-Mrs. Roberts. __ TAX. _rnlJF.1J n_ __ __. ::dJtt2'r.tt r.. _Kjlmn._.8Ei4 r.isui of 8WVi.tvnm_
boys eighteen girls. nm ------ -- no
ambitious attend inmate HIM rao. Jlla|
and to a aoo.ooto
hopes of 100.00Lots
their homes and some
Vernon "Excellent. tures of NOTICE IS
business in i are glad to have Abbie Leon demons HKHKUV OIVEN, That I. 2, 3, 4, of
college in Kentucky teacher Is L. fl. Powell, holdor nf Tax Certlf- I.IrJ'A
Mrs. Perkins-"But Vernon, If their weapons. Our and Billie Johns who canoe We think Safety Rules are very leaSe No. block 25. Livingston
I Ia.ti.l
September Kth of
Keep up your good you make ten mistakes and your reading "The Cave Twins" to us here from Miami and Glenn St. important when coming to school. August, A. D. 1939, has fllsd sam dillon to Htarke' In WVi of NEJVi lit
work 6 22 W. .
be JTalher, raised
Enza and you will soon would It it much. This In my/ office and has mad from
grade is excellent what and we are enjoying very week Mrs. Ritch has been applica 600.00 to 100000
on the middle step to the ladder of be If you did all the work correctly Reporter-Mack Futch Mary. showing us posters on Safety. tion thernon.for a Haiti ta*certificate deed to b*embraces Issuad' Lots 8. 0. 10 of block 11 Temples
Jim Frank Jordan and Jlmmle. to 'In
success. Stark
NKVi of NWM A wu
Teacher-E. Searing We learned to Look and the following described In
? Stop, property
of W of St. !
Nl-Jt< Ky. 28 4 A. It
Enza's Brown Godwin absent from the
trav- were rountot/
to Bradford
greatest desire Is State of
Vernon-"Fool lahness. Listen before crossing the street. Florida, to-wlti Ureen, raided. from 2400.00 to 3000.oo
xl I. which we all hope she will have FIFTH GRADE NEWS school several days this week because I To Cross only at corners, To Walk West 25 Acr.. of Southwest One ai're bug at a stake on Wside
the pleasure of doing some day. Miss Swanborn (in science class) Wednesday afternoon we chose a of their sore arms. They I across the street, To Obey the Patrol oil Quarter Northwest. of Northwest Quarter N. Line of Walnut of Sitlof. Ht. 608 NWVi ft S ot crosses where
Quarter of
Much success to you Enza from "Perry how does starch affect the President who was Gloria Cooper, were vaccinated for smallpox. Boy, and to always Play away west Quarter HKctlon: 25 Mouth-Township said. street and run W IDA feet S
the Senior Class of 1939. Last week Rudolph! Crews showed I a Mouth 22 110 feet 10 a9t1 Feet N 110 feet on
body?" a Vice President, who was Seletta from Traffic Kanv Sleet! Walnut Street to beginning 2$ 6 24.
----... Dorothy us how ancient man started a containing. US Acres, more or S. A. VVeldon, ral...,. from
Perry-"Well, if you eat too Sparks. a Secretary who was Second Grade-Evelyn Rltch. I...... 200000 to

It's A Fact i, much of it, you die and get stiff! Mott, a Treasurer who was fire. He used a device that be The/ under assessment. the said of the certificate said. property Insunt .. 31BO.00Lots 5.' 8, 7 of block 1. R. N.

Bobby Shelton.We had made himself You should see the bun children was In the name ot H. H. flott. Dowsing s Adilltlon to Starke inNi'lh4

Thai, whiskey given to a person I Englishman-"Your sky here Is have some of our workbooksand We are learning to use Tempera marching over to their buses every deemed Unless said .certificate shall. be re- raised of from SK'/i.' 800 89.00 II to 23.1200.00 V. V. Flume

bitten by a snake helps spread the I clearer than our London." are expecting the rest of themIn I paints. They make our are work I afternoon! They make a real / described.acc-ordinir therein to law.will the be property sold American Telephone. and Tele

Poison Instead of checking it. Mary E-"Sure, we have sky- a few days. i much more Interesting.For long line and they are learning a to the highest bidder. at the court graph 1001).00 Co. Personal from 245.00 to

That the people of today are not scrapers!" RE'porter-Dorothy Mott. picture study last week, we I song to sing aa they march. the house month door of on October the first 1935 Monday, which In 'I'he Orent. Atlantic A Pacific Tea.

Teacher-Miss Glnson.FIFTH discussed "Pinkie" Sir Thomas This each of has Is the Srd Co Personal from 76000 to 100000
as highly civilized In some ways by year one us a day of October, 193* American Oil Co. Personal from

II the ancient Egyptians. Jewett F.-"Hello, Gene. Fishing Lawrence.Our pretty Music Book. We like them I93H n."ed;. this 7th day of September, I 10110.00 to 15(10( .00

That pupils who think they ?" GRADEWe new science readers look very much. (OFFICIAL SEAL) from Fruit 83.00: Growers to 100.01)Express. Personal

know so much, don't know any Gene L.-"No; drowning worms!" began with 31 pupils In our very interesting. I'm sure we are Second Grade-Kitty Hogsed. A.Clerk J. THuVtAfl of Circuit, Court of I'ustal Telegraph. <'IIl>Ie Co.

thing room But we are very sorry that going to enjoy theni.TeacherMrs.. Bradford County, Florida. Personal from 23.00 to 10000
Standard Oil Co. Personal from
that Iris Crews Is the shortest Vernon S.-"Did your scarecrow Mary Alice Yarbrough had to quit Hart. We have begun/ work in our 99.dt930.No'ricna 144S.50 to 3800.00

schol because of ill health. We Work Books. will to Shell Petroleum Corp. Personal
Pupil in all the Tenth Grade scare the birds away? They help us Of APPl.inATIOt FOR from ton.no to 9x000Houthrn
daaaes. Bob L.-"Dld It? Say they even still have 30 pupils. become better readers and quicker TAX 1)l1JF.1J Hell .*
ftlp..t. Hill No. 111.1' o'II.f.:: :8.0.1;:
That back the seed they took We have elected class officers. thinkers.We NOTICE la graph Co. 4 to
know brought tIKItfilHT
some pupils don't have a new pupil in our OIVEN That 1600.00.
that Wanda Pearce Is President; Mary have had 16 children from W. s. Johns, holder of Tax Cer
brief last week! Seaboard Air Lin
means the same as room, Adrian Chesser, from Horse tificate No. 121 Railway Co.
hort Beth Knight ia treasurer; Marion '.our room to eat In the Cafeteria of September Issued the 7th day track. valuation. and Pro Ilata rollIng .
shoe. We hope that be likes our A. D. 1938. has filed stock
ahould Manning is Secretary. We have every day. The lunches are good. same In my office and has from U.20100 to Zd.734.00
That D. "Tou put your mad. ap. .
tenth Helen Sinclair-
Refining Co.
a certain boy In the school as well as we like him. plication for .. Personal
others to take care of the Third Grade Mrs. at. d ed to b* Issued from 1368.00
bade mouth when you chosen Biggs.CORRECTION to 150000,
Who has a large amount of hand over your We enjoyed having Mr. Williams thereon. Hald certificate .embrace Western Union
In the .5' Telegraph Co. Personal
desks and other things the following' described
avoirdupois, can actually find a yawn. property 573.00 to 150000
talk to and
us Thursday, you can the County of Bradford
seat to fit him. Ernest D.-"What! An' get bit? room. Florida, lo.wlt We, the undersigned da hereby"
Teacher-Miss Morgan bet that we're going to take care In last week's issue of the B. Com. tit ft, :Kant of Northeast certify that the above and forego.inr *
Two Tenth Grade Observers. of the shrubbery just as he told In a true and correct Hat of the
... Betty Jo W.- "OwwwI"Dentist"l3Ut Reporter-Ida Lee Sllcox. II. S. Journal we listed the namesof Corner Streets of& Broadway and lloyt real and personal. property ..qu.U..01 .-
us to do. North 10S feet, ..
citizens who by the city council ..
made sitting
touched donations
I haven't Kast IS 2'4 feet South a
lCe'p cut flowers Cool as posWe IDS feet to board nf equalizers
DO not as them to direct your tooth yet, Betty Jo." FIFTH GRADE We are very Interested In our for the football team. We are very Hoyt St.: West S2V4 feet, to Be- In Witness Whereof w* have
expose We that Levetta Grlfla health now and hope that our new that list Starke, Section 2* hereby subscribed
<: Jo-"I know, you're standing are glad sorry the was Incomplete.We : Township I our n.m. and
sunlight.: Betty South Range 22 date above m..n't........ "
with since health booklets will remind us to omitted naat.
on my foot!" U back us today D. P. Carpenter'sname. W. L. WAH
A. --. she was absent yesterday from an practice our health habits regu- It others were left off we Th.under assessment of the said prop- Chairman City Council
skid .rty
It the
be before said certificate Issued
arta if stopped If your equipment Is faulty In insect bite on her foot. I larly. shall be glad to make the correc- was In the name of Edna C. ATTEST City: of Stark., Florida,
you drive on oily J
or don't use your vehicle. Jessie McMillan's mother Is ill Teacher-Madeline Andrews. tion. CAUL JOHNS. City Clark. .
wet Unless
streets. any way, said certificate shall b* fK2tt30I '


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Little Women's Club I Annual Meeting\ of New -. .. U. D C. Will Meet NOTICE

Sponsoring Dance TonightThe River Association of the FAVORITE WednesdayThe I Regular meeting of nark,

ocietrlJ. Starke Little Women's ClubIs I Baptist W. M. U. to be Held W. T Weeks Chapter, Unit- Monday ter No. night 166 0 October E SWill bto bsP btJ4
$ .
sponsoring a public dance to- The annual meeting of the New RECIPESBrazil ed Daughters of the Confederacy, P. M, All members ,1.1 ", 7 &0
) in the Woman's! ir. \
night (Friday
Club auditorium, the entire proceeds I River Association of the Baptist will meet Wednesday afternoon, be present as the" Grlthl) Inatrap

.. \V M. U. will be held Saturday, October 5, at three-thirty o'clock, tor will be hen- at that .
of which will be used to help' tlm,.
Nut Doll' Food CakeWe're
Oct. 1, at the Baptist Church be- school of Instruction foe
the and at the Kingsley Lake home of on
defray apply on
expenses to .
10:00 in the glad we don't tlon for prepan
Date Announced For Methodist Church ginning at : o'clock: the official
the equipment of the Bradford morning watch our calories too closely be- Judge and Mrs. A. :CO. Adkins. Worthy Grand VISit 'of Ibe

Torode-Redgrave Wedding I Scene of Brilliant PageantThe High football team. Music beginsat cause if we did we're afraid we Hostesses: Mrs Adkins, Misses ments will be Matron kepi
A few of the Interesting num- served
9 o'clock, and the public Is cor- couldn't resist trying these
October 12 fans been announcedby Methodist Church was the Invited. bers on the program will be aa Just Amelia and Olive Ray. C. A. FUTC-H ..
dially that sent to sac
two caka recipes were
Mr and Mrs. A W. Redgraveas scene of a beautiful and brilliant follows: I
week from two
the date set for the wedding of religious pageant, "The Road To Apples of Gold-Prov. 2511.: : the Telegraph

their daughter Lulu, to Edwin To- Happiness' at the regular Church Circle Leaders Named (Welcome), Mrs W. J. Epperson. of Here's our friends the In Theressa.for the Brazil I'

rode. The ceremony will be per- service hour Sunday night. The For New Year President of Starke W. M. S. recipe
nut devil's food cake: :
formed In the Methodist Episcopal pageant was under the able direction -
Church Further plans will be of the pastor, the Rev. The circles of the Baptist W. M. The trait by Which We Are '4 cup buttercup Pecan Sale
Known-Mrs. W, K. Jennings, Associational white
i.j sugar
announced later. Frank Robinson. U. will meet Tuesday afternoon
president. 1V4 cups brown sugar
--. Preceding the pageant there was at 3:30: o'clock with the leaders for
Fruit From Other Lands-Mrs, 4 egg yolks
Miss Redgrave Honored of music and con- Church in
a period organ the new year charge. flour
Wilfred Tyler, recording secretaryPruning try cups sifted cake
By TwoMrs. jiu.1 Y7__.leases._' __' __ gregational music. Mrs. E. K. Mrs\ .. T._., O._. _Powell_" _no .leader___u nf__ Circle f 0_ S oil th ern WMU. Th ree-f o urths tae p oon bakln g I ----
Perryman was organist for the
No. will entertain her circleat FRIDAY OCTOBER
1. powder
: Richard G. Kidd and Miss evening, Mrs. F II. Long, pianist; and DustingWorkersConferenceMrs \ 14THThe
Kitty Hogsed entertained delight- and John F Fussell was in charge her home. Mrs. Powell will be Leigh, divisional Three-fourths teaspon soda ,
Three-fourths milk
fully Tuesday afternoon with a I of the lighting effects. assisted by Miss Etta Ttson. Mem- president. cup Brazil nuts
114 ground
kitchen shower in honor of Miss The was divided Into two Suggestions from the Head Gardener cups
play bers of Circle No. 1 are: Mrs. L.
4 melted choc above date has been named
Lula Redgrave, whose) marriage to scenes. The first was that of a -Misa Louise Smith, state one oz squares as a date
G. Powell, leader, Mrs. V. H Car- olate
Edwin Torode will be an event of group of high school boys and secretary of W. M. U. best suited for first PECAN
den, Mrs. G. H. Bennett, :Mrs. T. 2 egg whites our SALE day
October 12. their search for ,
girls beginning A basket lunch will be enjoyedat
Mrs. Kldd'a spacious home happiness in life. B. Harding Mrs. W. N. Johnson, noon and the afternoon session gether.Cream Add the the butter egg and yolks.sugar Beat to- beginning promptly at 2:00 P. M.

was tastefully decorated In a color 1 t I During the interlude an organ Mrs. James Lewis, Mrs. A. E. McKinney will adjourn at three o'clock well; add flour, sifted with baking

motif of pink and yellow. Pink selection "Traunerei," was ren- Mrs. Julia Eastman, Mrs. .-. powder and soda alternately with
and dered by Mrs. E. K. Perryman. I Growers should bring their to the
daisies pecans
rose buds
W. H. Perkins, Mrs. Mae Edwards, Bobby Wiggins the milk. Add ground Brazil Nuts
ageratum were attractively arranged Scene two was the reunion of Mrs. D. L. Silcox, Mrs. A. J. and melted chocolate. Fold in market where we will have plenty of buyers
these same girls and boys ten
in baskets, bowls) and vases. Thomas, Mrs. B. E. Hatfleld. Mrs.T. Honored on BirthdayMaster stiffly beaten egg whites. Pour

Assisting the hostesses In looking years later, and the accounts of M. Hutching.1, Mrs. F. F. Flume, Bobby Wiggins three- batter into three greased eight- to cover the offerings. Bring them dur.
their experiences during these
after the pleasure of the guests Mrs. Paul Raymond Mrs. L. F inch cake bake 30
in their search for happl year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. One layer pans the hours of the above
and Mrs.
years ing morning
were Mrs. Emma Canova Dinkins, Mrs. R. A. Green, Mrs.J. the honored to 40 minutes in a moderate oven date in
Hess. Wiggins, was guest
George B. nynn. J. Jones, Mrs. Will Bryan Mrs. (350 degrees F.) Frost with
The characters of the pageantwere Saturday afternoon at three o'clock your order to provide weighing and
During the afternoon the guests G A. Anderson, Mrs. E. W. Hayes, when his for favorite icing and decorate with proper tag.
mother entertained
embroidered original designs on Service-Katie as follows: Fugate. Mrs C. J, Powell, Mrs. Harry him with a delightful birthday Brazil nuts. ging for sale, then a receipt will issue to you

dish towels, and the towels and a Houston, Mrs. B. F. Johns, Mrs. -Miss Ida J. Hagan.
Wealth-James Sewell. party at the home of her parents,
set of Fiesta glasses were presented Fame-Gayle Sewell. L. A. Shepherd, Mrs. S. F. Ham- Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Hemingway. covering.You .
by the hostesses to the bride- rick, Mrs. F. O. Peterson, Mrs.
Education. Z. Adkins, Jr. Attractive of Fall
elect. The guests also pasted Floyd Green, Miss Etta Tison, arrangements
Quick Orange Cake will have the benefit of
Pleasure-Ruth flowers EXPERI.
Simpson. used in
choice recipes in a scrap book, and Mrs. Alice Langford, Mrs. T. K. decoratingthe an
Choir members-Leonard Smith, home for this af Vi cup melted butter
the book was given to :Miss Red- McClane, Mrs. Frank Landrum, Hemingway ENCED FLORIDA AUCTIONEER
Frank Robinson, in, Patsy Keen, 1 cup sugar who
grave as a guide when cooking. Mrs. Ralph Alvarez. Mrs. Lois
fair.Bobby 2
Little Betty Ann Flynn, wear- Virginia Sewell, Freddie Wimber- Mays, Mrs. E. M. Thomas, Mrs I : and his young guests eggs will interest himself in obtaining the high.
Si juice
cup orange
ly, Elise Green, and Mrs. Frank
In played the lawn after
ing a maid's uniform brought Carrie Edwards, and Mrs L. W. games on
the shower of kitchen utensils on Robinson. Klckllter. which they were Invited into the cups est prices, and after auction hours, you will

a waiter waiter several, and after times filling the entire the congregation By the reverent It was response clearly of noted the Circle No. 2, Mrs. H. L. Brownlee beautifully dining room for decorated refreshments.birthday The 4 U teaspoons teaspoon baking salt powder I be privileged to sell at private sale shouldOAI

leader, will meet at Mrs. Rind of 2
shower was presented to the bonoI'guest that the teachings of Jesus which B i h ith Mr. J. H. cake centered a linen\ covered ta ft oranges_ .___ _1__.. .._ "lUn 1:" _.. A u_":__
: were so beautifully portrayed, rowo ee' a ome w e ble. Dainty yellow flowers and o tablespoons sugar yuu eieci iu xivs' ..;III"ki-ii-i iDon't U UUI1.
Lord as co-hoatesa. The membersof Add hot butter to 1
made aucb a deep impression thai cup sugar.
Mrs. fern
The hostesses, assisted by were artistically arranged
this circle are: Mrs. H. L. Add well beaten and
,, Kidd's mother, Mrs. Emma Cano- road the play to happiness"definitely showed for everyone.va "the. Brownlee, leader, Mrs S. L. Peek, around the cake. juice. Add sifted eggs dry ingredients.orange forget the date, OCTOBER 14TH,

Mrs. S. E. Sparks, Mrs. One Wiggins Favors of dolls for the girls and Pour into greased 8 inch by 8 Inch

Mrs. J. M. Brownlee, Mrs. balls for the boys were presentedthe by 2 inch pan Grate orange rind; come and be with us whether or not you

and sister, Mrs. George B. Jessie Wilson, Mrs S. P. Vandl- guests with their refreshmentcourse mix with 3 tablespoons
sugar. have sell.BRADFORD
Flynn, served Iced tea, fancy sandwiches of ice cream and cake. pecans to .
vlere, Mrs. L. G. Hemingway, Mrs.B. Sprinkle on cake. Bake In mod-

and cakes. The favors were ]\[. Fussell Mrs. Carrie Ingram, Mrs. Wiggins was assisted in erate oven ((350 degrees F.) fifty
::1 rosebuds and fern tied with
pink Mrs. W. L, Wall, Mrs. J. H. Lord, entertaining the young folk by her minutes.

yellow ribbon. Mrs. George B. Flynn, Mrs. R. mother, Mrs. Hemingway. -Florence Kelsay.
The Included members of
guests L. Kemp, Mrs. G. W. Alderman, .
the card club of Which Miss Red-
Mrs. J. E. Chambers, Mrs. J. E. COUNTY STATE
sttFLO grave Is a member: Misses Hope Wilson, Mrs. Clyde Priest, Mrs. R. Mrs. Canova Entertains I If Excess Acid cause.

and Georgia Haynes, Martha Pow- FREE I you paine of Stomach
L. Crews, Mrs. Warren Perkins, Circle Number
%ERS FOR ALL ell, Evelyn Stump, Lillian Stern- Three UJc.rt Indig.tio,,
Mrs. A. J. Griffis, Mrs. J. E. New- ,
OCCASIONS berg, Lucille Kennedy, Mrs. Clif- some, Mrs. Frank Hemingway, Mrs. L. A. Canova, leader of BloatingGa.HeartburnBelching, FARMERS MARKETJ.
ton Brown, Mrs. Elmo Struth Circle No. 3 of the Woman's
Baptist -
In any designs. Also( Flowers Mrs. J. H. Hundley, Mrs. W. G. ,get Erse sample of UDGA
Mrs. J. P. Warren, Mrs. S. R. Missionary Union, entertained
Wired to anybody, anywhere Stringfellow, Mrs. A. H. Johns, I and a free Interacting booklet at S. LISENBY, Mgr.
Johns Jr., and Mr. Harry Hous- members at her home last Wed-
for occasion. Mrs. L. A. Rennolds, Mrs. J. L.
any ton. Coming in for tea were: Mrs. nesday afternoon.," I CARPENTER'S DRUG STORE
Simmons, ,Mrs. Gladys Canova,
MRS. N. D. WADfWRIGHT W. E, Torode, .Mn.. A. W. Red Mrs. W. A. Besant, Sr., Mrs. Mary The hostess, assisted by Mrs. A. I

Phone 102 grave, Mrs. Carl Johns, and Mrs Geiger, Mrs. Maggie Andrews, M. Darby, led In a short devotional
W. B. Parks.REMODELING. after which the building of edu-
Mrs. Mae Bryan, Mrs. Eva John-

son, Mrs. W. D. Pender, Mrs. C. cational and recreational additionto

l C. Hoppe, Mrs. A. A. Durden, and the church, was ,discussed. Donations I FREE DELIVERY
r I Mra. J. L. Silcox. were then received In the s. R. Johns

. Vfr. H T. VTmivli. 1aAr rf amount of $27.70. which was turn-
.. ... .
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'i i Circle No.3, will\ entertain the ed over to Mrs. P. M. Barefoot i PHONE
who Is on the building committee.,
SALE members of her circle at her home.
Mrs. Canova served delicious
Members of Circle No. 3 are: Mra.
H. L. Hough leader, Mrs. 'L. A. refreshments to the following
members present: Mrs A M. Dar- 45.
Canova, Mrs. Ada' Lawson, Mrs &
Sons I
by, Mrs. P. M. Barefoot. Mrs. B.
We are enlarging our store to twice the E. C. Priest, Mrs. P. M. Barefoot, M. Fussell, Mrs. Ralph Alvarez, .
in. Lloyd Green, Mr*. W. B.
order the of Mrs. Paul Mrs. J.' IkSllcox
present size in to give people Alexander, Mrs Pate Gaasett, Raymond. NEAR THE 8 A. L. DEPOT

Bradford and vicinity larger variety Mrs.--C. A. Knight, Mrs.> Annie Mrs. W. B. Alexander, Mrs.
County a W. H. Perkins Mra...O. W, Alderman CASH PRICES ONLYFLOUR
Richards, ,Mrs. R A. Thomas,
of first-class merchandise. ),{rs. S., P. .Vandlvlere, Mrs.J. .
Mra. Earl Godman. :Mr. P.:'E. Ca
F. Fussell, and Mrs. J. H.
nova, Mrs. J< F. Fussell, Mra. Ethel -

Large Counter of MISSES AND LADIES' Blgga, Mrs. A. E., Wall Mra. Lord. GUARANTEED '
LADIES' AND GIRLS'SHOES Earl Searing Mrs.. J, D.'Goodman, .... ., I" SSe
Mrs. David Kite, lira. W, jr."Ep-' Week'of:> Prayer 24 LBS.

SATIN SLIPS person, Mra. A., O. Andreu, Mrs
The ,
Baptist W M. U. will observe -
Ralph'Cox, Mrs. R, H. Cox Mrs.
the October week of prayer
W.'E..Bryant. Mrs Nat Williams, .
Worth $1.50 .
for home missions next week be-
s Worth up to |2 Sale Price Mrs" L. L. Clark, Mrs. Faye Gill, ginning Monday with a meetingat 10 Lbs. 5 Lbs.
Mrs. A. A. Jordan, Mra. R. R. Prevail -
Sale Price the church at 3:30: P. M. Tues- 20c 23c'
Mra. Blanche W. Robinson GRITS' SUGAR
day the program will be given in
98cNEW Mrs. Thomas Meraereau. Mra. W.
the circle meetings and Wednesday -
98c A. Feeler, Mrs. H.' E. Priest Mrs.
' ; night at the church at 7:30: ,
R. A. Newsome Mrs. L. E. Mose- 10 Lb,. QuartMEAL

ley, Mrs. M. M. Morgan. Mrs. G. o'clock. 19c SALAD DRESSING 19c

LOT FALL P. 'Raymond, Miss Amy Moore, I .

x MEN'S ALL LEATHERWORK The Ordinance will be administered of the Lord'aSupper In the Our Special 'Country-Roll
15c 27c

, SHOES CREPES Surprise Birthday Party Church Morning, Sunday.Service at Music the by Baptist the COFFEE, Lb. BUTTER, Lb. ';/ ,' "

For Dew
Patsy Choir will assist the regular Com-
Worth up to $1.00 per yard Mrs. Mike Dew entertained witha munion Service. Resuming his 5 Lbs. ONIONS
i Sale Price Sale Price
and luncheon after two-weeks' 17c lOc
surprise party pulpit a vacation .

Sunday- noon- and. afternoon- In.. honor the Reverend. Leslie Shepherdwill RICE 4 Lbs.,
$1.49 49cA of her daughter Patsy, the occasion speak briefly to the :Morning

being Patsy's seventh birth- Congregation on the timely theme, 4 tall Libbys Native Round
day anniversary. Lunch was "After a Year" Mr. Shepherd is 25c 19c

spread under the trees In the yard, just completing a 'year of Servicein MILK STEAK, Lb.

A Bulk Lot of LOT LADIES' AND with Mrs. Dew serving the guests, the Baptist Church here.

? MEN'S WINTER MISSES' SILK AND with her sister, Mrs. R. Tarratus, In the evening, the pastor will 2 Lbs. CHUCK

CREPE assisting. Games and entertain- speak on a subject of vital Import- 25c 14c

i WORK PANTS ment were enjoyed In the after- ance to the civic life and social OLEO. ROAST

DRESSESSale noon. development of Starke.

The honoree received many pres- Sunday School at the Baptist FAT CHEESE
A Real Value ents and her guests were :Mr. and Church convenes at ten o'clock 18cNo. 16

Price At a Real Sale Price Mrs. E. Carles, :Mr. and Mrs. F. Sunday mornings, with classes in HENS POUND C

Fed roso, Margaret McNamar, Es- Bible Study for all ages, and witha
: tillta Pedroso, Tonlas Lanier, Sam- large of teachers to assist
89c $1.98 corps 10 Lbs.PEACHES
uel Pedroso, John Taylor ''Mrs. in the work. The parents of 22 11'\ .

Tarratus Fernando Pedroso, Jr., the Community are appealed to POTATOES 15c

TOmmle Bitch, and Jesus Pedroso, to assist the Churches in their

1 A Large Variety all of Jacksonville, and the follow- Church School work by bringing

F MENS' WORK & DRESSSHIRTS MENS FELT ing from Starke: Madge Brown- their children to Sunday School 2 LBS. 2 LBS_

lee, Evelyn Newsome, Peggy Ann regularly. Dr. HenryJ.Jnk, in his APPLE JELLY 20c 20c
HATS Wiggins Marlon Love, and L. M. best-seller "The Return to Religion PEANUT BUTTER

r I Gaines. ," strongly empbasUes his discovery -

AU Sizes All New Fall Styles r that children, backed who by scientific trained: .data in, WE HAVE A COMPLETE LINE TUXEDO & LARRO FEEDS
W. ire
3L, S. Circles
These Shirts Worth $1.00 Worth $1.50 Sunday School have the best personalities -

11 Sale Price Sale Price Will Meet_Monday I and have"more chance

Circles of the Woman' Missionary i of succeeding in life than those F YELLOW GOOD F

49c 98c Society of the Methodist children who are denied the privilege 1 60 1.59 l
Church will meet Monday afternoon I of this experience ( E OATS

October 3, at three o'clock. The Baptist Training Union i
(Note the time Is changed to three meets promptly at 7:13: at the

o'clock.) Circle Number One will Church. After group singing and E 1.50E

Alexander & Co. meet with Mrs. A. F. Sauls and prayer, the boys and girls will assemble CINCY 1 Q GRAY

Mrl!. A. H. Green at the home of in their respective age- D SCRATCH SHORTS
the former. Circle Number Two groups to reassemble In the .VGII .

will meet with Mrs. L. A Davis. I Church Auditorium at 8 o'clock, !


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-- : 1 1Mra immediately as no further funds ; tt' ?
;;: [
B. R Witkovskt has returnedto Mrs C C Hoppe and / Jimmy present has eyes on Hitler becauseIt Library Gets O. K. the
She proJ-
available kept
his home after enjoying: a have returned to their home I feels that In his hands lies thedestiny r were
I H. H Young, librarian ect open duxing the intervening''week
week's vacation with friends In I here after spending three weeks In of Europe.
received word from the state WPA however, rather than deny;
Jacksonville.The I Tampa as guests of Mrs Hoppe's I But whoever that man Is who .
Bits of here.
this service td the public
I parent, Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Dur- happens to be the cynosure of all offices that additional funds have A
den. eyes it is quite certain that GodIs been appropriated for ie public --
Rev. and Mrs. W. A. Fischer Britain has placed orders for
moving behind the shifting library project here. She had received -
of Jacksonville, were guests several thousand air raid precaution
He la the week before
I scenes of human activity. a telegram
IJixBl: Nevb Thursday night of Mr. and Mrs. Mrs L. C. Ray, Mrs. Frank ,I working out His plans and even notifying her to close the library fire engines
I L. D Vining. Robinson and Mrs.: : L. A. Davis I
making the wrath of men to praise
attended district meeting of the
mission study class of the Methodist -
Mr. and Mrs. B. Jacobs spent "It shall be that a man shall be
I Church In Jacksonville, Fri-
OF THE COUNTY ANn TOWN Our Stock Increases
PROGRESS Sunday and Monday In Jackson- day afternoon.Mr. as a hiding place," says the prophet. -
ville attending the Jewish New Jesus is the man upon whom

I Year services. the eyes of the world should be ,
.I and Mrs. Arthur Rlgdon fixed. He Is the one who shall To Meet Your Demands

Wills, of Tampa, was a Mrs. Emma Canova Mrs. R. G Mrs. L. E. Moseley spent last and Lacy Rigdon, of Jacksonville, bring about the final solution of I
\\'aJtfO this week. Kldd and little son, Richard, are week-end In Jacksonville with her sprat the week-end with Mr. and all things. Everything in the plans

lIar here spending today (Friday) in Gainesville daughters, Misses Lillian and Be- Mrs. J. J. Rigdon. While here they of God center about Him. Nothingin

Mrs. T Frank Landrum atrice Moseley. attended the Primitive Baptist Association the world i is done apart from
IT ur children, spent the week-end near Brooker. Him. Let us put our trust In Him.

relatives In Citrus County. Miss Ida Lulu Davis spent the The Rev. and! Mrs. Frank Robinson Tabernacle -C
lh Dr. and Mrs. Lloyd H. Jenningsare
As feature of the meet-
a unique
week-end at the State Farm ai spent Monday and Tuesdayin
the arrival of a
L a. .L. ratten week-end, of here.Tallahassee, field.the guest of Miss Roberta Whit St. Petersburg as guests of :Mrs. baby announcing girl born Monday afternoon, night Ing in a the broadcast Tabernacle program last Friday was
M. S. Robinson.
at th Sept. 26, In St. Luke's Hospital in presented. Wilbur Scott, a former

Jacksonville. The little girl has resident of this who has organized
New 1939 DUO-THERM: Mrs. \V B. Young, of Orange The New 1938 DUO-THRUM: city

1b yarning heaters are on ,U"payQUGLEV Park spent Friday and Saturday r oil-burning heaters are on display been named Carol Lynn. the young people of the ., ....- New Line of Pottery Assorted
of Central Florida Into
& DAMS. SEE here in connection with WF.A at < "IGI.ED..\\"IS. SEE
I work. THEM.: Friends of Mr. and Mrs. E. F. an enthusiastic working group, led Linens, Maiden Form Brassieres,

IE3L Cain will regret._ ...._to_si learn.11, that h ere th they e e his young people In a quarter hour Bolero Evening Handkerchiefs,

1bf W r c T U. will meet with I Misses Eva Rigdon and Allene I Mrs. W. E. Middleton and Miss will h ave make moved te'h-;; ;' .w Mr. Call;; I or The song subject and prayer.was "Preparation.1 Men's Linen Handkerchiefs, Vel-
Edwards attended the football I
Scott Friday Middleton Sunda
A Madge spent :
'I, F In Gainesville Saturday has accepted a position as pastcu It was shown that we humans pre veteen Jackets and Plaid Shirts.
clock' game 1 with Dr. Middleton at his camp at
3:30 rizer In In Kendall.
| i a dairy for everything but the rl'al
night. PIney Bluff. Ga. pare Dollar Handbags, numerous new
The doe
Mann and Essie things. average person
Hisses Arline The :New 1938 DUOTHEIOoilburning Gift items.
He must
not realize that prepare
oleman were week-end guests of I' Mrs. Carrie Ritch spent yester- Mrs. O. L. Haynes, Mrs. A. W healers arc on display;
to meet God.
In Jacksonville. day and today In Jacksonville as Redgrave, Miss Lulu Redgrave anc SEE
ends at QVIGLEY &: U.\VIS. Next Friday there will be an
the of Dr. and Mrs. C. C.
guest Miss Georgia Haynea spent Monday -
THEM! other program of music and praise... Smart Quality Dresses
:M. 0 Wainwright, Jr., and Char- Mendoza. In Jacksonville.Mr. .

|v JC Johns were business visitors Mrs. J. M. Brownlee Mrs. W. L. from
Priced 3.98
Economically __ __ __
Jacksonville, Tuesday. Marion Williams left last Thurs- and Mrs. Sam Andersen Wall\ and her guest Mrs. Mai To Take Office

day for Washington, D. C., where were dinner guests last Tuesday Dickens of Chester, S. C., spen Officials who won out in the city
0. M Padgett, of Miami, spent he entered George Washington night of Mr. and Mrs. Glen SearIng Tuesday in Jacksonville with Miss election on September 13 will be

e week-end here as the guest University In Jacksonville. Martha Brownlee, who is l confined installed at the regular council CLAR JEAN SHOPPEPHONE

r Mr and Mrs. A. J. Grlffls. to Riverside Hospital because of meeting here Tuesday night. New
Among those attending the Mrs. W. J. Epperson, Mrs. G. A illness officials are: Dr. W. E. Middleton, 97 OR 34 ANYTIME

I Mrs May Dickens, who has been Florida-Stetson football game In Anderson, Mrs. H. L. Brownies I mayor; H. A. Bishop, and Don L-

ir visiting relatives, left yestery Gainesville Saturday night were, and daughter Madge, spent Sat Mrs. H. B. McLendon and daughter Hoover, councilmen. Reelected officials -

for her home.in Chester, S. C. Congressman and Mrs. R. A'I urday In Jacksonville. ; Jeanette, returned to their! I are: Carl Johns, city clerk',;:

Green, Mr. and Mrs. Sam home in Orlando last Friday afte and A. L. Alvarez, marshal. The
I Miss Mary Canova, of Tallahas- son, G. W. Hicks, Mrs. H. A. Bishop ,' Mr. and Mrs. James Edward enjoying a three weeks' visit will old council will meet, conduct a TIP TOP GROCERYSPECIAL
here withr Harold Bishop, and Nina of Pa and then adjourn .
Lt,spent the week-end Murphry and son Jimmy, Mr. and :Mrs. E. S. Matthews brief business session

, .mother Mrs. E. E. Canova. Bishop. latka, were guesta Sunday of Mr They were accompanied home by;; for the organization of the PRICES

and Mrs. V. B. Harrell. I Mrs. Matthews who will remali new council.

with them until the first of the FRIDAY AND SATURDAY
Misses Lillian and Beatric week. City Tax ListA
INSURE WITH of Jacksonville, wil
Moseley list of the property delinquent -
spend Sunday here with thel Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Pettit am( Lettuce clCELERY. lOc
for city taxes will be published ea. { ea.
HAROLD C. WALL Agency mother Mrs. L. E. Moseley.L. daughter Miss Mlntle, of Gaines in the Telegraph next week ,

yule Senator and Mrs. Charley E. I The sale will be held Monday, November
A. Davis spent Friday in Fer Johns and son, Jerome, and Mrs: 7.LAWTEY.
(Est. Over 50 Years) nandina with his mother, Mrs L. A. Rennolds attended the wed Bananas 4 lbs l 15 I Onions 3lbs.1 lOc l

Mary A. Davis. He and Mrs. Da ding of A. M. Pettit, Jr., of Gaines- .- --- -- -- ,
We write EVERY form of INSURANCE-Consult us as vis will spend the week-end there yule, to Miss Gwendolyn Shaw, of METHODIST r

you would your Lawyer or Doctor. You may save Jacksonville, in the Snyder Me Nf'O. I IRISH NO. 2 SIZE
money and grief. Remember money spent with your Mr. and Ms. George C. WhIte :mortal Methodist Church Saturda; CHURCH

local agent may come back to you. and Frances White, of Tallahasseewere 'night at 8 o'clock.METHODIST. I :
of Mrs. J. POTATOESlOLbs.
W. White and Mrs. G. W. Alder I CHURCH INDIA y

man. To the strains of beautiful familiar -' Rev Dr. A. Lincoln Shutc, D. D..
hymns, rendered In a snag-' Traveler<< Lecturer and i .15c 2 Cans lie d
Is making his .
C. O. Searing nlflcent way on the organ by Mrs. EducatorSUNDAY
NAT SEZ: home in Jacksonville with his son, I E. K. Perryman,worshipers gathere -

Glen G. Searing. His home ben Methodist Church Sunday -
into the
Thin war scare reminds me of by Mr. and Mrs I e EVE BEST WHITE BACON Lb.
is being occupied night, whr. Uvey witnessesa 12i/2c
s good old-fa hloned poker game. J. P. Warren. beautiful pageant in which the 7:30 O'CLOCK ,
Hider opens the pot and France, local 100 BEAUTIFUL SLIDESREGROOVING V
characters were portrayed by
t"f // Rnmla, and England stay. Hitler Mra. T. K. McClane has returned youths, members of the Methodls -a --
x draws" one card and bets about a to her hoine here after spend Young People' Division. Thi Oct. Soap or Powder 6 Giant sz 25c

million and a half; the iwrt of the ing some time la Miami .with her evening services have been increasing ,
boys don't know whether he IH brother and sister-in-law Mr. and in the number of worshippers

bluff in' or not. They're not scared Mrs. Glen Duke. present and the semi-formal service SWIFT'S CO. ROLL KRAFT ELK HORN
; but they hate to risk so much. baa been used. This Sunda] N14tW 1

Being an old poker player myself Mr. and Mrs. George C. White night the service: proper will begin y

I can only give my opinion. I WIllIbe' and daughter, Frances, of Tallahassee at 7:30 o'clock, preceded by] A. BUTTERPound CHEESEPound
I'd not caft a
Muffin' only
,spent the week-end here fifteen minutes of organ music
him but I'd raise him a couple. as guests of Mr. White's mother The pastor, the Rev. Frank RobInson -

Mrs. J. W. White. will deliver an evangelistic< : 25c 15c
message during the.period of the
et Dr. and Mrs. C. C. Mendoza and service.i

Cliff Miss Gloria Johns, and Tommy Special attention is called, to th I
I Kist Peas 3 25c
Rltch, of Jacksonville, were fact that the evening hour of wor County cans

t 21JI. )# .. v guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. T.. ship, on and after October 2, hat 1 tl
Jf- "T" J. Griffin and Mrs. Carrie Rltch. been changed from 8 o'clock tc I .

nl 7:30.: The Church: will be open at! I Macaroni Spaghetti box 3c
Mrs. L. A. Davis, Mrs Frank 11 o'clock, the period of music med % or
Robinson and Mrs. L C Ray spent ,. Itatlon will begin at 7:15: and the t 1
in Jacksonville attending a service at 7:30: ,
JI. Friday 'I. evening worship FANCY WHOLE TUBE CANE
meeting of superintendents of mission The Epworth League meeting tor''

study classes for the Jacksonville Young People will begin promptly);

district. it 6:30: o'clock.A RICE SUGAR
service of particular interesto t

Be an American Beauty inK ". NEW POWEIl CUSTOMERS A. LIGHT FLORIDA Cot 11 all o'clock.ages At will this be conducted time Church at wee .......,. 5 Pounds 17c 5 Pounds 23c

Let a loral ... ...fc. ...l...4TO" School Day and Rally Day will be --.1..
0 pi.p.r.-
Jf l. obt.l.l.HOMO K Blcvtrtc Wlrl ee... observed both In the Church School wt.r.-

vie"_da..roar..b.., n....4.br .. convening:: at 10 o'clock and In the alr.l.tG..dr..r'

whYlu .. >l... regular Church Wtorshlp service. -.--. ... Peanut But. 20c 1
Lawt.rE Apple Jelly
O. J. PIIILLIPS. A program has been arranged In 16. dr. wlttut \ or jar
which the entire congregation will I...

ake part in responsive readings -Salsodwith'. .
di ;+l, 1mP and hymns; the Choir, under the GUAII-W rt.TIMt
Corn Flakes
lirection of Mrs. F. H. Long, will APnUr' It'. Jersy pkg. 5c {
J# [ I I"DESI be heard singing Meredith's an- fonD..roat.
hem "Sound the Call"; a selection
by Beethoven "Longing" by
Jf fl/elda/ will be played, on the organy

A rich mop?. thad -efear, cfceery f fFOR > Mrs. Long; and members of the MEAL
Tbildrena and Young People's DIvision -
superbly right with any colorbyHOLEPROOF Jf will bave parts in the service t

directed by. Mrs. Perryman. 'Iii" I'
10 Pounds
18c 10 Pounds 20c
11 SALE-1931 Model A Ford This Sunday begins the new

panel truck, J13O cash.-R. J. burch School year In the Metho-' (

A miracle, Indeed-a new neutral that Davis tf let churches throughout the Conference -

will go with any costume you own Jf LOST--Hog, September 18, 1938. and an extra attendance .1.cHO'0&Mantas' eoeie5uii.w11THS GALLON CAN COOKING OIL SOc
f The rich smooth i i requested at all of the servicesf ..e
be confident of Its correctness. Marks: left ear split Osod'td r .t

tint of maple wood youthful, lively. >/0 rop; right ear split, smooth crop the day. le v.- 90n .; r.n.el
The mid-week Prayer Meeting .. ;
and under bit. Coal black barrow ..tll. AS Dried Peaches
>I- In Filmy chiffons cr lioht t service weights. with flop ears. First owner was ervlce will be held Wednesday Wlcol..,. _.- $640 or Apples, Lb. lOc
igbt at which time Doctor M.B. .
Frank Norman and owned now by
t.: will conduct the
Essie i D. Holland, midwife. Hog
ervlce. This service wilt be heldt MOONLIGHT LIBBY'S FANCY ;
79c & $1.00 iras lost between Heilbronn Springs
7:3O o'clock.
two weeks :
md Starke Sunday ago.
either of The Stewards of the church: will FLOUR
binder please notify MILK I
....... meet for their regular monthly ..
Quality Doubly' C.rti .d b.Good H elna j* above. Itp Sooolk MM aid 4 tUUtumautfdwtt. t
'M T- and B.tw Fabttct Twine Bunow wIt meeting on Tuesday night at 7:30: __ HvrayaumoatktlrMl
j. .. FOR RENT-Five room unfurnished dock at the parsonage to trans ..lo.i.J w..h..oUI-W_ wm-.kkl
4 bungalow In Starke October act business matters of Import. 0s 1f..sad 12Lb.BAG30c 3 tall cans 17c
". ..... .. ..en.tSPECIAL
1. See J. Maurice Edwards, nee. All Stewards are requested

Starke. It to be present.

FOUND-Red sow, straight split MISSION HALL. AND ANT ..xss..nen PILLSBURY PANCAKE pig l lOc
and under slope in one ear and TABERNACLEThe SID- ,
and swallow fork and
rop upper
subject for the evening atthe
In other. Owner can have for
Pay to Buy at lope' this ad and feed.-P. B.'Jobns, Mission Hall.,Tuesday nightas .69C
oat '
Rt.: 1, Box 54, Lawtey. 2tp out that"The the Man.people It wa today pointed have 5 Lbs. 10 Lbs. 20 Lbs.

VANTED-Pair second-hand floor their eyes on men to whom they .Il ,
platform scales scaling BOO to are looking for the solution of allthe ,

000 pounds. Must be In good con- world problems. In our coun- Register Motor Co.

ition and priced right.-J. S. Lit- try we are looking to the President I 25c 49c 77crn't' I

aby, Box 314, Starke Fla. to solve all our economic
4t-10-15 roblems. The whole world at Starke, Fla.


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'SALE OF PROPERTY FINANCED WPA Earnings i Climb --.-"-"


OF INTEREST TO BRADFORD GROWERS Revenue from sale of surroundIng capitol. The town was IncorporatedIn Earnings of more than 60,000 FACTS IN SHORT PARAOlUl-m
lots financed the first construction 1825.: WPA employes in Florida climbed

of Florida's capitol at The first part of the capitol cost to $1,961,706 during August, a gain <1
Tallahassee. $12,000. Through the years additions of $513,187 over July, State WPA FEW FAILTALLAHASSEEFigures LISTS
RURAL Hints To HousewivesWeekly Erection of the capitol a $250- were made despite litigationover Administrator Robert J. Dill has made I GAINESVILLE GAIN:

SENSEBy 000 addition to which was finished their financing and agitationfor Just announced.This I public showed fewer than 1,000 Xpp,,,,,ll11at 1'e
only last year, started in 1824 removing the capitol to some huge sum was distributedby Florida employers failed to pay; more fivshirn,. n "

from Homo Demonstration more than 21 years before Florida other part of the State.In I the certified security wage the state-federal tax to Insure this year at the (ru, '7, a)

SPUDS JOHNSON Specialist Tallahassee became one of the United States. 1832, work on the capitol was earners among the various con- their workers against unemployment. Florida than lust Y",,u, 0, c

PROFITS OH LOSSES PACKED LUNCHES Capitol Started Town at a standstill because of a con- cerns in their respective commun- The figures were contained Harley W. Chandler, ,H"*'eba
ON POI'LTRY FLOCKS Location of the capitol gave troversy between State officialsand ities, has aided In stimulating business in the first annual state audit of 3,241 students hay,. ",111/1 '* J rItel
birth to the town of Tallahassee : ?' ( '''''' elU
SHOW BY RECORDS By Anna Mae Sikes the contractor Benjamin G. : the unemployment compensation semester, while ::,. ,fro: "''I'll!'
Extension Nutritionist'Pack In fact, the formal proclamation I Thornton. Ten years passed before To earn their 50,000 odd paychecks division of the Florida Industrial were registered th,> rtudral '.
Went over to a neighboring farm "Health" In the lunch box by Territorial Governor William this was settled, but in the meantime WPA workers toiled 5- Commission. They revealed 5,772 last year. t I" ""manPOSTPONES .Ivhi
Duval] located: the seat of govern- the legislative council of 1832 employers In the state are requiredto
increase of 136,150
yesterday and talked to Mrs. Gus for the school child 901,037 hours an ,- -
Weeks, who raises poultry while Here are some suggestions: ment "about a mile southwest from provided $1,200 to paint the building hours over July. pay the payroll tax: and only 1hi
the deserted fields of Tallahassee, make repairs and paint the 085 have fulled to do so. ; HE (
Gus runs the rest of the farming A satisfactory lunch consists of Employes assigned to heavy construction \IV:
at a point where the old TALLAIIASSEF. 1111bl
operations On inquiring of Mrs. half a pint of milk or two foods I Spanish capitol square fence and gate. I undertakings, such as i J" ,

Weeks .how.__ __ AhA hAd_m_ come.u___ out___ With__ ____ containing milk one vegetable- or Road Is Intersected-- by a trail running The town limits were extended the building nf schools roads i'1T 110(1 SHOW Ol'ENS Railroad_ .. CommiKsmi. j I n... I.,,, ,0It
her chickens this year, she an- fruit, substantial: sandwiches, dessert southwesterly." several times in order that additional ;tl-eet-: : kS, improvement;; of; I I OCALA.-Some of th-finest Oct. a its hearing/: ;", ,, Fl' O' ;,
[ I Five city blocks were reservedfor lots could be sold for cash. I a group of iipplic l(1( ,,",, "
swered without hesitation, "Well, and a warm food or drink. public buildings and similar work "" : orsou
the State government buildings Appeals were made to Congressbut hogs ever exhibited here!' were in in truck line ,up." ., ,Ii", ,, IJ I
I have made something over $500( Cocoa or plain or chocolate malted. naturally earned the largest sum, J
and other lots In the big tract approved there was no help from thatsource. the pens of the first Marlon Coun- hearings orlicimilh n ,. "I
clear profit on them since October milk may serve as the drink or, if i in August. $1,894,466, in itself an 'uk I 4
Fat Show which opened for
Hog ,
by the National Congresswere A. Patterson drilled a well ty Sept. 29. Th' "st i I.
1 last year, not counting the eggs a hot dish Is preferred, a cream increase of $502,178 j { ,
over July. Vfr ngou
: sold to raise funds for erect. on the capitol grounds in 1842 and at the Central Florida State Farmer's Line Company, a,-k,, [ ,
have eaten in the home dur- made with vegetables, a
we soup or There also was an increase, ''I '
Ocala. "A
Market In North its
ing the capitol. The squares were received $350 payment.A certificate and
ing the year." Over $500 profIt chowder containing meat broth I however, in the total of the checks a ,
named Capitol, Jackson, Washington permanent capitol structure I lot of fine quality hogs said Dr. changes In Its tin, I hi i 11
I on 350 chickens struck me as be- and chopped vegetables.Plan Wayne and Greene had been completed and was ready distributed among writers, artists, W. O. Kirk, assistant animal hus- between Oculu .\ ,t f",", """"I nd
ing pretty good, and I wondered sandwiches for variety and musicians and actors furnished ids
Capitol Square is occupied by for' the first session of the State bandryman of the state experiment Mt.. Dora, Sanfm.l.i ('I'' urs|
if she taste breads "
if she suchas
were guessing day-old :
Jobs by They received $07- "i
station. "Well finished "I
the pretty
capitol. Others Groveland.
are occupied by legislature in June, 1845. It remained 1gul
knew. She talked if whole wheat Graham
certainly as rye-rais 240 in August, a gain of $11,009over "
the Leon courthouse the ules
a County without noticeable change
she knew. in, and white. Use a variety of July. -- .
State Supreme Court and the Road until 1002.A .-
Mr Weeks__ _must___ have_ divined fillings. D I. An augmented personnel which GIVEN J\IL SE.NTKTALLAHASSEE \:.'"
n u apartment b uUding, and the fifth, white democratic referendumIn "
for she "]I ] sliced meatsor I was boosted by 11,500 ST. FETE CELEBRATESST. or" J r i
my thoughts, spoke up, Thinly or chopped still owned by the State, is a pub- 1900 resulted in defeat of I persona on A ;
have the records in here in a record boned fish, seasoned with salad lic park. to move the capitol else August 1, together with the open. PETERSBURG.-This city's more than 20 years wui, shatter! ,

book which I obtained through the dressing, make good fillings. The territorial ]legislative council where, and in 1901 Governor W. S. ing of hundreds of new construction fifth annual Sun Celebration open when the Florida Supreme ':OU1I i,
county agent from the Agricultural projects, accounted for most ed fittingly under cloudless skies, ordered 30 days imprisonment
Beans, navy or lima, baked or met here In November, 1824, occupying Jennings recommended appropriation for
Extension Service at Gainesville stewed and mashed and seasoned three log buildings erectedby of $7 ,OOO for erecting additions of the increases, the administrator as the population turned out to Harry Speier of Miami wht did :
Shows how birds I explained. welcome Old Sol across the merid- not obey an order to
many with cream or salad dressing area Judge Robinson and S. McCall, now known as the capitol's pay 4ttorney's .
had at the beginning of the ian. A of parades sports fees and court !
year good substitute for meats or who were among the first white north and south, wings. program coats in a
how many I disposed of each fish. Other substitutes are ground persons to arrive on the site of The present east and west wings BOATDRAIN tournaments, band concerts, con divorce action. Spelei was cited ,

month, how many eggs I sold, nuts, bard-cooked eggs in sand Tallahassee. were erected at a cost of $250 Mrs Z. Z, Griffin, Correspondent tests and dancing was to continue for contempt. Veteran court om.ciala .
prices received, amount of feed ; until midnight. Specially honoredat said It was the first (fi
wiches, cottage or plain American Indians living in the vicinity of. 000 after appropriation by the Legislature time In i
purchased and prices paid for it, cheese, peanut butter, and peanut fered no resistance and many of in 1921 when Cary A Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Gainey and the celebration was the Eve- more than 20 years the court, had

and other expenses and receipts. : butter and raisin mixture. them assisted workmen in the' Hardee was governor. Appropriations children and Wesley Snyder, of ning Independent afternoon dally ordered imprisonment in such a ]
So that I know where I standin which Its entire home case
just Whole or shredded lettuce, mix- building. The name Tallahasseewas since then covered repairsand Lee Lake, were visiting Mr. and gives away
the poultry business. ed with salad dressing and wrapped that of an Indian chief who some remodeling.The Mrs. Z. Z. Griffis Sunday edition every day the sun falls to .-

"Years ago I didn't keep any separately. in waxed paper until farmed a nearby field. 1935 Legislature appropriated Arch Prevatt spent Saturday shine before press time. In 28 Afghanistan, with i-ompulsorj)) ;
records. I just sold and Writers of with his years only 129 free issues of the military service has in army ol
eggs the Mr.
time for eating, also makes a period reported $1,000,000 upon recommendation parents, and Mrs. P l.J
bought feed and supplies and other good; sandwich filling. Sliced to- Indians loitered about the government of Governor Dave Sholtz to B. Prevatt, of Hampton Independent have been necessary. about 100000. .J

things for the farm. Sometimes I matoes, celery alone or combined buildings and watched the match grants and loans from the Miss Melba Prevatt, of Oviedo, ,

didn't have enough money with with chopped nuts and seasoned proceedings of the legislative council Federal Public Works Administration was visiting her mother and fa- ;1

which to buy feed, and Gus triedto with salt or salad dressing, olives White settlers were housed in for a State building program. ther, Mr. and Mrs. John Prevatt, BOREE FUNERAL HOME
tell me that the chickens were alone and mixed log cabins and tents Of last week-end. if.il
or chopped with nearby. this, the capitol received the Full line of Caskets & Undertakers Supplies
not profitable. I started keeping dressing, grated raw carrots with The council passed legislation recently-completed $250,000 wing Miss Thelma Prevatt spent Sun I AMBULANCE SERVICE

records and showed him that the dressing, raw or cooked prunes, providing for laying out the town which extends from east to weston day with Miss Gladys Lee, of Bethel DAY AND NIGHT53PHONE53 : :

chickens did pay. apricots, dates, figs and raisins, of Tallahassee and constructingand the same scale as the central Sunday. '

"Of course if they had not combining any two, are also good.uvirzi financing the first permanent east-west, wing. Mrs. Ida Chase, of this section, G. II. BENNETT, Mgr/ }
...---, paying, .... .wuuiu..-.....-.iiuvti.--.- been J am or mnrma I.a uc.._ comes .JU_ 11UU..__- i la ,p endin._. ttifa...... wee!.... _.<.*..!.. "*kv."__". "A If011E-_LIKE.. AH"' tlVTOT'ITITT' &.& .... &." ..,'..

up to me to do one of two things. dy too. Learn To Live i GUM BRANCH I Ralph Gainey of Lee Lake. I J
d Either I would have had to cull Salads add to the food value and Miss Mae Prevatt is spendingthis
and feed so that the chickenswould tastiness of the lunch and are val Alone-And LikeIt Annie Mae Harnage, Cor week with her aunt Mrs. Hat-
' be profitable, or else I uable for their vitamin, mineral, WriterThe tie Moore, of Oveido.
y would have had to dispose of and roughage content They may Says Those from here attending the We are sorry to report that Many Years Experience Make It Possible for !Me to Render

' them. But the records would haveshown be mixed and placed in a contain wise woman today Primitive Baptist Association at George Bowers Is confined to the EFFICIENT PROMPT and COURTEOUS SERVICE

{ exactly where the birds er with a tight-fitting cover. Pineapples will meet her young fate, romantic or Rock Church, near Brooker, Sat- hospital in Palatka Friends in MODERATE PRICES

were from the standpoint of profit oranges, grapefruit, apples, : otherwise, a good deal better if urday and Sunday were: J. A.. this section wish him a speedy recovery DeWITT C. JONES

and loss grapes-alone or combined are she prepares to meet it alone If Harnage, Mrs. W. F. Harnage, W (. Starke Florida

Now, at the beginning of the good salad fruits. Cucumbers, tomatoes you follow this course you can't H. Carter, Mr. and Mrs. W R. Dar ph. 1 Nil,hi ph. 131

fall egg-laying season is a good celery, green peppers, carrots get left-and the tens aren't too Kersey, and Mr. and Mrs. J. S IN MEMORY OF -

1, time to start keeping records on and cabbage are good vegeta- 'early to start on it, says Marjorie Sapp and family JAMES FREDERICK CARNELL, ..

poultry flocks.: Probably around bles for salads.Suggestions. Hlllla in the October issue of Good Mr. and Mrs: f.. A. Crosby, of
the first of the year is a good time for desserts wouldto : Housekeeping Magazine. Rising were dinner guests of Mr Who Died September 22, 1931

begin keeping records on other include fruits in season, dried "Unromantic as it sounds," and Mrs. T. N.' M rman, Sunday, Son of Mr. and Mrs. S. C. Carnel. For Expert RepairingSmith's

farming activities. canned, or stewed, custards bakedin writes the famous author of "Live H. Keene, of Shamrock: spent and grandson of Mr. and Mrs.F. .

Individual dishes, fruit whips, Alone and Like It," "there are the week-end here with relatives. A. Scott

fruit gelatin Individual dishes, women, and some of them young The Rev. H. M. Tlllman, of Jacksonville -
BUSINESS cake, cookies, and milk-fruit gala who have come to prefer these was a dinner guest Sunday We build in dreams our castle

tin. things to keeping house for even of Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Nor walls GarageDAY

DIRECTORYThe the 'handsomest hero." And bar the doors to wind and

U. S. INC.OME "They're man.Miss Vesta McRae of Pine Level rain,

t OFF A LITTLE wrong of spent Thursday night with Misses And wake some morn to grief and PHONE 120 NIGHT PHONE 31 ,
course," she Helen and Dorethea Norman. pain
says. "And so N Those from this section attend- It la so silent in its halls.
drink WASHINGTON Commerce is the starry- ; ing the singing convention at Wrecker Service Day or NightA

I+ Department officials have estimated eyed bride who Lake City Sunday were: Mr. and And then we clothe: with flowers

.1 that that the national income for tells you that Mrs. L. L. Conner Mr. and Mrs. and keepA

1938 would run close to $64,000- romance is the F. S. Sapp, Miss Elinor Conner little earth-mound banked
everybodyknows 000,000. if current business Improvement only thing in Miss Helen Norman Eldon Sapp with green.

trends continued to the the world. The and Loran Conner. Where white wings come and go

end of the year world is full of unseen.
ll R. C. Keen and Rudolph Chism
.. This figure would be about fl or a neat many: ... .- .. ........., were visitors to Brooker Sunday Above a darling's place of sleep.
5" 7 percent below last year's total things, a lot of
f. tf rj..! lam. afternoon.
of $69,380,000,000, they said but which are adventurous He seems asleep! But in the dawn
, would be larger than that for any I andriage Charney Yarbrough and W. R. He wakes where living waters

.t 'It w.o........ ... other vear since the Nation's 1929. I tln d ',t. d M_ I Dixon, of Woodlawn were visiting run small amount each
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prosperity peak Rudolph Chism and R C. And, with the flowers In breeze '' '
is one of them, and beingan week invested in
WE ARE Again, comparing with 1937, efficient business woman is an- Keene Sunday afternoon.F. and sun,

PRESCRIPTIONEXPERTS they said that since prices were other. Any lot fate hands to you S. and Eldon Sapp were busi- Is glad because the night ]is Retirement Plan "'fl

lower this year than last, and the -Important or Insignificant-may ness visitors to Gainesville Mon gone.

dollar was thus buying larger be one of them. Or it may not. day.Mrs. will enable you to

CARPENTER'S amounts of commodities, the decrease Even marriage to the young man E. E. Yarbrough and Mr. The little rounds where duty lies obtain income
a regular
: in actual production would you want more than anything in and Mrs. A. J. Yarbrough, of We tread henceforth at slower

The Rexall Store be less than the 8 or 7 percent life may be a complete flop. And Woodlawn, were visiting Mr. and pace, per week at of
shown by the dollar figures. there Is nothing flatter in the Mrs. W. R. Kersey and Mrs. H. A hint of sadness on the face I
Complete Line of The officials emphasized that world than a marriage that flops." Keene Sunday afternoon. And something wistful in the the age of 60 or 65 ,

GARDEN SEEDS their forecast was dependent upon "Suppose the strong-armed suitor ,
The Corinth B. Y. P. U enjoyeda eyes.By
business maintaining the rate of A. O. GRUBB, See our local
Also comes along says Miss Hillis."You'll weiner roast at the home of Mr. agent / ,
improvement shown by the last Parents and Grandparents.
be just that much more
FEEDS & FERTILIZERS and Mrs. T. N. Norman ]in honorof write
few months. The outbreak of a or. 1
of a and that much more
person Eldon Sapp, who Is leaving In
t SISTRUNK'S war in Europe could make the pre- likely to attract him. That much _
a few days for Miami.IJOOTSEY'S ,,I..* r ,,a ee F7rR
diction meaningless, it was said. more likely, too, to' make a suc- MALARIA7la

l FISHING cess 01 marriage, ror not even ro- T days sad relte.e.COLDS .
I TACKLE lht manes today will stand up under BEACHMiss

,? All Sizes Rifle oj.swwy'vi// LEADW4' < too much leaning. Drooping lilies Effle Crawford, Cor.J. x.l.e,
j Cartridges /THE ,9T!$ and clinging vines have faded out Liquid I ,Tablet. flr.t da r .
/ of the picture, and not all of even A. Chesser was a visitor to Nan nropa Headache. 30 minutesFrr e
!, BRADFORDHARDWARE the happiest marriages are im'l Jacksonville Monday "Uab-MJ'ooT'IOftI"-World'Liniment Beat

CO. mune from the ups-and-downs Mrs. W. H. Greene of Lake City, .

,) ewwn make it very useful for a wife to and Mr. and Mrs. Broward Greenof

SEE ME BEFORE YOU WIRE a know how to work." Welborne, were visiting Mr.
( "And suppose he doesn't come and Mrs. W. H. Green here Sun- I
j. Estimates Cheerfully _.
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along? If you follow this plan day.A.
Given far enough you'll have so many large crowd from this sectionis I

E. A. WINKLER. Interests, and so many men and attending the revival at the t !
women"friends, and so much fun, Heilbronn Baptist Church this
Radio and Electric Service RCONOITIONE that It won't really matter," :Miss week.
V. Hillis concludes. I Mr. and Mrs. Fisher Gaskins, of
You'll Enjoy Jacksonville, spent the week-end

EATING TOWNSEND NOTICE here with his mother, Mrs.. Jean
, With Ua Earnest Thornquest member of Cask his. ,\

.' U OrangeBlossom the local Townsend Club, this Mrs. Sallie Blackwelder has returned I

! I G' I week said: "All who have the home here after spending
Ji 1 best Interest of our young peopleat sometime Worthington Springs. s t t

Cafe heart should take an active in- tf
t terest in the Townsend Plan. With BUS SCHEDULE

: this measure enacted into law Southbound
J SERVICE there would soon be such a demandfor I
No. 205-Due SiaYke 5:15: p.m. kA
good of all sorts that factories) : 4-
WITH No. 207-Due Staj-ke 11:45: p.m. w
would be running full capacity and
COMFORT No. 203--Due Starke 12:15: p.m.
I EVERY 12,000,000 of those now unemployed
::1 ia, No. 201-Due Starke 10:20: a-m.
art IhU rnodm. Bnpraol hotel k> *. would have work at good GUESTSVELCOME
OPEN DAY.Houston AND .NIO heart d downtown fockaonUU. Evrftaoa wages.. Crime would be diminished Northbound)
with tub and ihowM. moil wes fifty percent: relief costs wouldbe No. 202-Due Starke 1:00: p.m. THIS PURE REFRESHMENTWith
Service Sta. .
radio. BTOTT k t with buwnpriaa ...
cut to the vanishing point; and No. 204-Due Starke 4:15 p.m.
s.s.d nadlaa lamp. Xuutot le> frosty bottles of Coca-Cola your refrigerator, you are
PLUMBING water OB *T rr Door.opauu. general prosperity and happiness) No. 206-Due Starke 9:15: p.m. always ready to provide refreshing hospitality for your ftueits. 1 .; t
Prompt Service at raicnCOCIlAn > would prevail. Does this not de- NO 208. -Due Starke 3:00: am. Buy the bandy; sis-bottle carton at your favorite dealer's.
LOONQC awl ConTK IH09 No. 214 Due Starke 9:20
Reasonable serve your hearty cooperation ajn. COCA-COLA BOTTLING CO.
oc. r. s.
Meet with us next Monday night. Starke Bus Agent: BeaaleyMService
Let Me Estimate Your Job situ putt T MOTtt PHOTO Fifty cents will be to some Station opposite court- k:: .ift: ?" :-;' > -- ..'" -- "
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" began.hardsurfaced Of course roads, and certain the work I not let him, fall God In the hour of hell in this world. It turns happy FLA. STA.TE FARM I er committee: composed of Mrs:M.
TheBetter ber a num- crisis So he took his chances in homes into places of torment. It ; R. Holmes, Mrs. L., E. Prince, and
of men fought against this ad- BOB JONESComments I a lion's den. He came out safe turns peaceful nations Into bloody KM/it: Weaver, CorrespondentMiss Mrs Ray Roberts, the Woman's
vancement but ,
Box now through the and sound, but he had a martyr's battlefields. Sin fills the graveyards Club sponsored! a benefit bridge
there loyalty are of our good progressive roads citizens, On Here I heart I wonder how many who with the dead. It puts Betty La Coma, of Savan- and bunco party Friday night. :,I
man's door. every read these lines If an emergency widow's weeds on lonely women nah, Ga.. la the guest of Mrs. P. Prizes were awarded to holders of 1
Men objected, but the And Hereafter
work should come would meet the emergency It pinches wrinkles of pain In human D. Fancher. high and low score In each game j
went on Just the
the citizens same. with the spirit of a martyr. faces. It dims the eyes and Mrs. Ray Roberta spent several and at a late hour the hostesses ',1
JfBra ave been Issues before the same process of floating bonds. and I will give you a crown of life." sway and should demand the headof I heart skip a beat. It makes the In Perry and Cross City. rooms were made attractive on "
''herl'! times In various These were all important Issues, This does not mean to be faith- every Christian who would not I breath short. It disgraces girls.It the occasion with an effective arrangement "
Stem I II 'e people many very needful for the people and ful as long as we live. That, of go back on Jesus Cnrlst. Would: breaks up homes. It digs a grave Friends regret that Mrs. B. of fern and bowls of 'r
In every Issue there IsLtain yet many objected to such forward I Hershfleld is ill in St. Vincent'sHospital I
tad course, is understood. It means to we "stay put? Judas Iscariot sold for a suicide. It erects the scaf- golden glow.
\ Q, number of people who strides. be faithful up to the point of Jesus for thirty pieces of silver. fold for the murderer. It popu- in Jacksonville. Mrs. Sanford Rltch entertainedher
ally, jnd object. Fortunately, Now here is another that I I have known Him Among Farm folks attending the
to sell
) step death. In other words, be faith- people lates hell. Sin is an awful thing.; State Farm bridge club in her .
In fa ercriare people who believe In tha believe should be taken toward the ful enough to die. God Is look- for less than that and they were Jesus Christ, the sinless Son of Stetson-Florida football game in home Thursday afternoon. '
111111dCbl I and It is this class that ob- protection of the lives of our peo- Ing for faithful people. He appreciates not even decent enough to hang God, took our sin on Himself and Gainesville Saturday were Mr. and
, ';L the goal. They are the ones faithful people. He themselves after they had done it. bowed His head and died. If our Mrs. Sanford Rltch, Mr. and Mrs -
Itsl 110 put forth the effort. ple. We might be able to fence special crown of life for promisesa the man C sin could break the heart of Jesus Jennie Rltch, :MIsses Ruth Hund ENJOY YOUR MEALS
i remember very distinctly that all hard surfaced roads In the with a martyr spirit. The Hebrew I The road to hell Is paved with when He bore It, if it could cause ley, Sadie Prince, Enza Weaver, Acld-lndlgestlon causes people
'VD ,the l Issue of creating a new county. It it would be legal, and children went through a fiery fur- Rood Intentions. A way down In Him to cry, "My God, My God, and Jo Alen Lander much suffering and unhappiness
s ".nty arose there were! people Just, and right to fence these roads nace and came out alive, but they the depth of th> heart of the average why hast thou forsaken Me?" it :Miss| Enza Weaver was the guestof Yet, to those acquainted with
"I t I"",l who spoke against It. But cedure. If not, then let's take some believed that God would deliver man really intends to go to souls unless we trust Him City during the week-end. holds little terror, for they know
< nth the great effort that was put other step to protect the lives of them, but they said, "Whether He hell. A vile sinner who believesthe Who Is able to save to the utter- Mrs. R. D. Whltfleld.! of Fruit- the prompt, thorough, and effec-
etinef frth bY those in favor, a new a class of people who will be with does or not we are not going to Bible, who believes there is a most all who come to God by Him. land Park, is visiting Mr. and Mrs. tive relief this excellent antacid
"nJUUfi, aunty was finally created. ua as long as there are automobiles bow down to false gods." Daniel heaven and a hell would not hon Jesus has to be a wonderful Savior Brynn Whitfield. preparation brings.
Then came the clamor for bullda -the people who run too fast had no special fondness for a lion's estly sell his hope of heaven for a to save men from sin. How Lanzel :Miller! visited Mr. and They have experienced the amaze
atprr" a new court house which thenunty and endanger their own lives.If den He had rather have a com- million dollars. Even sinners hope good He was\ die for us. How Mrs. Bryan Drew, Sunday, en ing comfort and relief of the scientific .
, 0' could not afford to do with. we should have a state-wide fortable bed in a nice room In a sometime to change but they delay wonderful He is to save us If route from his home In Virginia to four-way action of Blsma-
ID''fiji' itself So there was a problem no-fence law It would be very detrimental palace, but his conscience would their decision. They harden their you haven't trusted Him God help Tampa and Fort Myers.
' D nd our level-headed citizens de- to the stock-owners. Flor- .---. hearts. The devil dopes them. you to do it. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Overstreetand Rex.TRY IT!
urgern ,ded to float bonds for the bullcl1f ida has millions of acres of uncul- and I, for one, am highly In favor They go out Into eternity without their children were the dinner Buy Bl ma-Rex at the Rexall
III. ( end they did. Then a Jail was tivated land good for nothing but of fencing roads. God and without hope. It la an The leather binding of a book guests of relatives in Macclenny, Drug Store --- Carpenter's Drug
.Uli[' In like manner. Then In later for cattle to graze upon. But the Yours for protection, awful thing to be a sinner. Sin lasts l longer when used a great Sunday. Store in Starke, it's exclusive
ears came the idea to construct lives of people should be protected C. C BUTLER. always produces hell. It produces deal. Under the direction of the flow- agency.

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iit _PAGE_ ._Eronr...!__._..... .--p -. -, ... .. ,- .. .. ---- - --..-BRADFORD--COUNTY-.----TELEGRAPH.-------.-8TARKE.--- .:_FLORIDA___ _. ._._______--0___--------. -FRIDAY--'-. SEPTF__':'Dlln. : 2D Iu. .lU.
r timents. And these two leaders, erty under the said certificate Issued thereon. Raid certificate embraces day of Angus A ,
f "IN TilE HUSTINGS"Continued was In the name" of Mrs. Allot the following described. property In same In lIty ifti ir' I", ,,
both intelligent and openmlnded the County of Bradford, /State. olFlorida. application rl I
Bradford County Telegraph ftleJ\:; W1!>mF' te "-jpsagrpement pmQhreylluexs ld cerffl&ate shall be re.l to-wH: > 'r'. 'fll\t"n\ ( Saida:' Ir ? m"
( from Pap-o.... OTeT"mln' afttfetaOs ''ngrytonf.: Cof- ..WTn_.accordln..se: !><*. I the prop. I.ot 4 sub ,111.ileuth_.. b..ue. U.in tauuwla'artlqAir. .. -l,,
erty doscrlbed therein will be sold Quarter of Mouthweat Quarter. arty In the four, ,.roll..,'iii.
Established 1877 whch brought relief to many i I Una' speech and its promise of ultimata to the highest bidder at the court Except; 1 Lot 87 feet Kant As State of Florida <"Or.
... .... citizens who afraid the.6. unanimity among ,U house hfium. dour on the riret' Monday In West IV UH feet Corner NOrth V* ffioth Northeast Qua/ i,
.. -- --- --- were lpns ltu month of October, 1938, which In Northwest HeoltnA 20 Went Quarter; \ HI" t
Class might be BO bitterly divided over members ort thlS'presslng tax 're Is the 3rd day of October 1938. Township 7 South Rang-e 22 ship: : 8 South Rn, ,,
Published Weekly on Fridays and Entered as vision problem Is the brighteststar Dated this 8th day of September, East, containing; 4 Acres, more containing I In i \ ,'c I': ;"
the tax revision problem that ,
., or less '
Matter at the Post Office at Starke, Florida ing, In the end, would bli'actlom, to flajsirifcrtUa Florida's poUt? l(. 38.OFFICIAL*SEAL) The assessntent of the eftld ffop- The assensmt, ?. r Ir
icul horizon In recent years. A. J. THOMAS, erty. under the said certificate Is. arty under tho .i,,, 'I", a 1/1/ .,.r
pUshed. ; ieic of Circuit Court of sued was In tbe name of Fannie sued waa In th.- ? ,r '
?$& MEMBER Tax revision was hailed by: Bradford County, Florida.3.4.4N9ae. Banks Hunt. ,'
Unless. said ..certificate shall be redeemed Unless said ,
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? m\PRESS ASSOCIATION speaker elect George Pierce Wood accnrclUifC to law. the property Seemed according *,,. "1i i ,
Immediately after hla nomination FOR Al.nThree described' therein will be sold .rty'de".rlb..d th."n', \ ,: PI
.. 8r shop made schodl I bus bodice to the highest bidder at the courthouse to the highest bma \ ,"
er'b' 3Otwcz4c : eOtjldaleE. at the New Port Richey caucus, as that will accommodate approxImately door on t the first Monday In the.. door on the n, .,"t h, ..
Florida's major problem. It was thirty-five persons. Bids the month of.No..mb..r. 1938. which month of N""n'', I.nd.r.
.. .... -- assumed by observers that be will be received until October. 1. Is the 7th day of November 19HH. la the 7th de1of \",,,b re
L. Matthews.______________________.Editor and Owner would advocate a method of revision PAaNl.mAJ 1938. A. .. QRIFFI3, 193S Dated, this 26th day of September, 18301 Dated thin isth d.I .,. ? ':1A..1 I

-... .- ..., .- -- ._- .. -- by an elimination of the ad r c...........+ 'lS. Superintendent (OFFICIAL SEAL: )' (OFFICIAL 8EAI i
9-23-2t.9.S" A, J. THOMAS. A..1. 'r1p,111.,.
SUBSCRIPTION RATE valorem tax, and the replacement
Ma says these pinch back coats Clerk of circuit Court of Clerk of < ", ,
of the 41 million dollars through
Yearly, $1.50; Six: Months, 75c-Payable in Advance some more equitable levy.It the men are wearing are the ugliest Persons NOTICH'deslrlns"TO CO'\lTIt"CTORlh to submit prices 8-30-St-10-28.Bradford County Florida< -??-6t-10.28. ,l''d'' ,
things she"ever saw. She don'tsee for furnishing wood to the various
Advertising Rates Application
on had also been assumed that why the men don't dress nice schools of Bradford County will submit NOTICE' OP" APPLICATION
Collins, as a "minority leader" who the bids to Trustees of saidschools. POI TAX IH:ICU !HOT1CH OP .,
like the ladies do Mill.
Hide accepted until October Senate 11111 No. lH.1tNOTICH : : ? Tn
1IE WHO FEARS BEING CONQUERED IS SURE failed by a small majority in his Pa says the women spend 73% I, 1938. IS HEItEBYOlVEN, That -EMrIFII'A'1'FI.|
contest with Wood for the speak. make and A J. QRIFFIS, Lois Adklns, holder of Tax Certificates O.NOTICE. IS HEUKin I ,:,
of all\ the men .
money Numbered has" fi 1
Superintendent. U, of i
TO DEFEAT-NAPOLEON"Something's ership, would take the opposite there is but little left for the men. -23-2t-9-80 916 Issued August 7, 1933 and 828 written reriupKt ,thul, ,,
side of the question would seeka _. I.N..d "Aft'O.OA 8 Ian h__ ill. tlflcate together ,v. ,
be In '' ''' o '
wrong somewhere!I" continuation of the advalorem Pa says the women must same l In my ;office;; and; 'has ;' deapplication rent omitted .or i 1" 1. .x. ut
NOTICE OK by State ,
style. Think'of the old ten yard for tax deed to be Issued lie a It was a Starke business man who paused at our win- system. Or that he would at any dresses the women used to wear TAX Inu thereon Said certificates. re..p.cth..ly -, to provided the highest by 1,1Irt, ?, r 'no_ .;
No. 1A.1I:
stumbling block in (Senate Bill embraces the following d3- I.
rate ;
dow.! lIe is one who gets around who knows what is goingon place a 'and look at the 2V{ yard things NOTICE IS HEREBY CJIVKN, That scribed properties In I the County of : ::7fii of thr 1.K,' ',
the of Wood's tax revision Certificate wK are ;,;,t i', J
way they wear,npw. Silk hose you' can A. H. Oreen, holder of Tax Bradford State of Florida, to-wlt: In the ,
and is in close touch with local conditions.We plans. Back of Collins probably block and No. til. Issued the 7th day of Said M of Certificate No. 916, Florida County, ; "f H ,I''' UtI
see through a city grass- August, A. :D. U33. has filed same embraces West. Half of Southwest to-v.lt
what and loaned would stand some 40 members of hopper shoes with not much left In myotrice and has made applica- Quarter Northwest Quar- W4! of 81';.... ,'J' -.\\
wondered just was coming next an the legislature who supported him and hats tion for a tax deed to be Issued ter &: East Half of Southeast of SWIJ of BW! >4 :-1, -_ "'
but j j3 iBctr-wood-heels ,, thereon Said certificate embracesthe Quarter of Northwest Quarter ship 6 S, R. 22 F vn
attentive and slightly curious ear. for the speakersbip. f hat sorn.ehtnetmeasure. two: feet following described property In Section to Township 8 South, 40 Acres, more 01 1 ii "
But in Jacksonville, Collins had down to the size of a Flor- the County of Bradford .State of Range 22 East containing The taxes. to he .u,,,1 l
lie continued : "Everyone complains that business is across, Florida to-wit: Acres, more or I less by certificate Noc ,1- V ore
this to say: "Revision of the ad ida gopher shell. Southeast Quarter. nf Southwest Said Certificate No. 828. embraces .& 1934 respective ," ,iuT'U'h" ,
bad ; collections are slow; and yet I firmly believe that more valorem system U the greatest '* Quarter' of Southwest- Quarter- .. West Half of Northwest for th! ,, hro
: fy1.
HOCK-IS Section Thirty-five Township 6 Quarter. nf Southwest Quarter. ,Inrluen,
money is coming into this county every month, and is being single problem which must be W* wilt otter for unit to the hlg-h- !Mouth' Range 22 East, Containing !Section' 10 Township 8 South Sit 4.87. ? 1
solved. The system has been .$t bidder on October S, 1938 1 ? 10 acres more or less. Range 22 East, containing A1J divided among more people, than ever before-at least within into by adjust- Hudson Bertan, motor number The assessment of the said property Acres. more or less.The 8W>4 of SEVJ' n, s '
brought disrepute BH2187. owner'. name Braford D under the said certificate Isesued assessment of the said prop 81 Tp. 8 S. It. 22 E '
my memory. ment and compromise acts, extensions roffey, Toms River, N. J.t; also 1 was In the name of M. R. erty under >4 of said Certificate. No. The taxes to he sold u, Id..,
and concessions to delinquent Hupmoblle truck, motor number Warne. 916 was In the PR me. of Kstelle. Old- by certificate' No1(3 nn<' ,",l,
We now gave him our undivided attention, hoping he A-24403. Unless said certificate shall be redeemed ham and the assessment of said and 1933 renpe. taxpayers with no favors to the REGISTER MOTOR ("0. according I to law the property resent. unpaid taxes f, I.
would go on to elaborate his surprising statement. He did. man who pays." Starke, Fla. described therein. I will I be sold 328pwas Ind theanamerllofatCha... 11131 to t93. both Indu" 11 1
-16-4t-10-T to the highest bidder. at the courthouse Rslmer.Unless. Ing, to 8183.64, "t
"Do you realize that a payroll of $20,500-practically "Our present system of taxation door on the first Monday said certificate shall be redeemed :r-o'n.N' '{ ('k SE'' :I,, i'
the month of November 1918, which a ;. Tt
he added, "is a hopeless NOTICE OP APPLICATION: FOR according law, the property .aalr ?.
$250,000 a year-is coming into this county from the various TAE U.EU Is the 7th day of November 1938. described therein will be sold Acres, more' or loin,
hodgepodge of Inadequate inequitable Dated. this 26th of The
September taxes
day be .
(!Senate! Bill No. Isn: to the highest bidder at the court to sold' in \tdo.
governmental agencies alone?" he asked. and ineffectual measures NOTICE IS HKKK1JY UIVUN. That 1918. house door on the first Monday In bv certificate. NOB 5.1? ,?.. 1431
which more than anythingelse W. Henry Andrews, holder of Tax, (OFFICIAL SEAL) the month of November. 1938 which 1930 and 1933 respeetIvebltd. .! r
We admitted never having taken the time to add it up. Certificate No. 84. Issued the 7th A. J. THOMAS. Is the 7th day of November 1938. resent unpaid 'lax I' h. /.
has brought the government day; of September, A.. D. 1936 has Clerk of Circuit Court of Dated this 27th day of September, Ul1I: to 113H, both In, \la" "'',.'
of the State and its sub- filed. same In tmy office and has Bradford County Florida, 1938. Ingto $1 42.12.
"Well I'll show you" And he took pencil and paper processes : Said tax ,
made"sppIleatton" I for a tax deed to 8-30-St-10-ZS. (OFFICIAL SEAL) certlflcnti- ?Kh| ,?
did figuring 112 in sewing rooms drawing divisions into disrepute and, to a b. 1ecuedthereon., Said, certificate A. J. THOMAS I all subsequent omitted >- Lai,
some women ,
taxes will he
large extent destroyed the moraleof embrace tbe./ollowing described Clerk of Circuit Court of cold t to 'II. 9,11'
224 laborers WPA being paid $8,500 property.In the County of Bradford NOTICE OF* APPLICATION: Bradford County, Florida. bidder at the Courth le-:
$3,000 monthly
; on our taxpaying public"Collins State of Florida, to-witt FOR TAX DEED 8-30-51-10-28. I Htarke on the 14th.. ..1aI'.l.TS. \ "
month; 250 old age assistance clients benefitting by now has gone on record Northwev"Quarter of Southeast. every Dated this
as recognizing the, need ( tax. Quarter &: N'>rtheast\ NOTICE IS HEIIBRYGIVFIN 1! That NOTICE OF APPIICATIONPOH Ih 2411 .1 I Itember }
6 $3,000 monthly; around 200 CCC boys sending home a total lnadequacY'ot.the: or .....Wrulawey'!{.. CWarterJ East of Cecil It. Moore holder of Tax Certificate TAX IIKKIIOenate : ( .. ,l'lK'MEA I.,
revision, and the { ,
"Railway, Section 10 Township 6 No. 361? 1 Issued the 6th day ( Hilt No. l<." .
of $5,000 every thirty days; executives of these various ad valorem system. Wood has ex South Range. 22 East, Containing of August office A. D 1929.' has filed same NOTICE IS HEREBY: GIVEN. That. Clerk A.J THOMAH of .'II| ,ill. ,
60 Acres, more or lens. I IT my and has made application Mrs. Beulah. Kelly holder of Tax u
agencies whose salaries may be conservatively estimatedat pressed practically the ,same' sen The assessment of the said prop- for a tax deed to be Issued Certificate No. 212, Issued the 6th 9-30-3t-rO-14.Bradford ( '.stt MIury4

r :$1,000; a month. A grand total of $20,500: : .- -.. -

n. "Besides this substantial amount, we have our regular

- r. sources of income," our informant continued. "Bradford

County has never been overrun with industries, but we have

I.I.It'' perhaps as many now as we ever have had. The strawberry AP4

season this year was more profitable than any in the past

'It ten years and the revenue from this and other crops, including

I tobacco can be roundly estimated at well over half a mil-

, lion dollars."

'"Then in the way of new industries, we have the pulp ,:,,
wood manufacturers spending an average of $2,000 a monthin

this county for raw material. Incidentally, these peopleare .

also maintaining a large surveying crew here and ac- TODAY

tivities of the Florida Power & Light Co. and the Rural Elec- '

trification Administration add their bit to the impressive .

I II total."I

a just can't understand it. It seems to me that every ;
store in Starke should be doing a good business and every FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 30

one should have enough money on hand to take care of his ,

obligations. xt
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We regretted being unable to throw any light on the sub- a

i, ject and our informant left the window just as puzzled as he )# ON STARKE GRIDIRON

was before. If the figures quoted by him were even approximately -

correct it indeed seemed that he had ample grounds .

1 1fl for bewilderment.

! t Is it possible that so remote a cause as the threat of war !
I t i, in far away Europe can have a depressing*effect on business BRADFORD HIGH

I, ,@ conditions in Bradford County? If so, then it is high time

I for us to take RogerBabson's common-sense advice to forget w

1 about European affairs and to pay more attention to our own. r .
J t For on a much larger scale, Mr. Babson is just as puz- +.h l+

zled as our friend who paused at the window one day last V1.tyw
week. In a recent column he said: "For the past three

months business has been bowling right along. Activity is .

op eleven percent from the mid-June bottom. Everyday

I II r I there is encouraging, cheerful news coming out concerning GREEN COVE SPGS.GET

} this industry and that. Yet I believe that people are more .

II upset and frightened today that when business was at its

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II r lowest point.

The reason of course, Mr. Babson says, is the European

situation. But he sticks by his prediction, stated monthsago BEHIND BRADFORD HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL TEAM.

that there will be no general war in Europe this year.

But even if there is a war, Mr. Babson thinks' it might

help, not hurt, American business. "If the European powers YOUR ATTENDANCE AT EVERY GAME WILL MAKE A

II fly at one another's throats the demand for foods, clothing,

munitions and machinery will be tremendous. To realize
1'1;1 ,I what will happen we have only to look back a quarter of a WINNING FOOTBALL MACHINE FOR Be H. S.

i century to the World War. Most readers will remember that
_. -- --. -- .- .._ -- ._- .. .
! we had a prosperity never before known in the United

States from 19151919."

Mr. Babson completes his article with this excellent bit CANOVA'S (PHARMACY SUWANNEE STORE HOUSTON'S SERVICE STATION

of advice: "Aside from the war scare, the Fall outlook for CARPENTER'SSTERN'S STORE
business is good. We have already recovered twenty-five

t percent of last year's losses in the face of gloomy and depressive COURT HOUSE LUNCH GARAGE AL'S DELICIOUS POPCORN

j If not discouraged by front
are page
, news. you
headlines you can find cheerful and optimistic business reports -

every day in the inside pages of your paper. Hence CITY BARBER SHOP f A. & P. STOREMAGNOLIA WESTEND GRO. & SERV. STA.

my advice to business men and workers is: Forget front '

page scareheads and pay more attention to your own business ALEXANDER & CO. y;: CAFE FLORIDA BANK AT STARKE

So let's forget the war (if, indeed there is a war) ; for

t get the backsliding of France and England; forget the VAN H. PRIEST CO. DARBY'S STORESTANDARD HAROLD C. WALL AGENCY

i, screaming madman in Germany. Be an interested spectator
if you like but do not let a muddled situation thousandsof

miles away upset you to the point of neglecting your own
affairs. Every indication points to better times in Starke A FACT YOU CAN DO BETTER AT THE JOHN H. DENMARK FURNITURE CO.
and Bradford County but we cannot make the most of our

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