Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: October 7, 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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Profiting b y I

BY ALLOTMENT 0 F FUNDS; their Green the first hands Cove defeatat of WILL GO BEFORE ELECTORSIN

tr 'WILL COST AROUND $23,000large tV, six Springs, S down Tornadoesget the to serious BIt -. NOVEMBER 8 BALLOTS

business and
listen. attentively:

\ Two-Story Brick Building Will ServeDefinite as W Coach WhlUtmoro, J. ; Cost of Program Might He Offset fly Increase In

As Home For Headquarters Co. "' : points out just Collection of Delinquent Taxes, Forest
rn yr M1 how those trick
Service Men
Stationed Here plays should be Say

tai made Looks easy:

,; assurance that a state armory will be constructed \ on paper. I Whether or not Bradford County is to become one com- ,.

i In Starke some time in the near future came this week s. e si Ilv a, l plete fire control unit will depend upon the outcome of a voteon

a," with the announcement that Robert J. Dill, Florida adminis- the question in the General Election; of November 8. The ,

trator of WPA had allocated $18,832 in government money Board of County Commissioners meeting here last Friday,

"; for the project. In addition .to this amount, the Board of : : decided. to place the issue. squarely. before the people as pro-

--- County Commissioners and I VHiea by an act passed at the -

the City of Starke will split I ;- 1935 legislative session.A a great Inconvenience resulting In
; At left the boys are seen liningup a high hazard to human life of the
AUCTION expenses of the sponsor's contribu- county-wide fire control pro-
4 FIRST tion which will run between $4,000 Just to give you an Idea of how gram would cost Bradford approx- and traveling public on our highways;
they'll look when they confront imately $4.500 annually. This
g OF PECANSNEXTJRIDAY and $5,000. Total cost of the build- Jennings here this afternoon at amount would be matched equallyby "HEREAS, Fires are destroying -

ing Is estimated at around $23,000. 330.: Coach Wlhiltlmore believes, state and Federal funds and game cover and the natural

The armory will be two storiesIn I his boys will put up a better game I would provide for a county fire beauty of Bradford County, which,
l? height and will cover an area today than they did last week as l warden and two assistants who, assets encourage our tourist Income -

, of 70x80 feet. It will be of brick they have really "buckled down" I, besides their;, conservation work, ; and"WHEREAS
d F F.U4 veneer with steel roof truss and and have become impressed with : would cooperate with the sheriff's Considerable public
will be constructed on city prop- the seriousness of this thing called office In curbing thefts of timber interest Is manifested in the
.U4 Shortage of'TexasJSeed- erty east of the school house and football. The opponents come from : and livestock. prevention and control of forest

L' lings Mall Aid Growers south of the tennis courts on Road I way up near the Georgia line and If it IB approved next month, the fires In Bradford County because
vat' In This Area 13. Th ground floor of the building I the only reports reaching here program cannot go into effect be- of the above reasons
will be devoted to offices, sup- I have it that they are capable of fore the beginning of another fiscal "NOW, THEREFORE, In con
ply rooms, showers, lockers, etc. some fast work. Fans turned out year twelve months from now. sideration of the authority granted -
Om week from today ton( October The second floor will be an open 1 strong for the first game here last ,. t M. E Henegiir and E. L. Mol- to the Board of County Com-
j 14> pecans will be auctioned drill hall. Friday, and It Is hoped that this pus, employes of the State Forest mlsHlonera in Chapter 17024 of the
f off for the first time In Florida The announcement this week good backing will continue and Park service who explained 1035 laws of the State of Floridato
ride the State Farmers Market here establish and maintain a Coun-
BI was welcome news to the entire the program. to the commissioners,
Sales will be conducted on four county, but especially to Lt. T. T. SILCOX AND HOLTZENDORF NAMED MARSHALS AS said that the county's share of thiexpense ; ty Fire Control Unit In coopera-
> James McGee, state market tion with the Florida State Board
- days bY Long and other members of the probably would' not re-
auctioneer and manager of Headquarters Company here who quire a levy of additional mlllage of Forestry, we, the County Commissioners -
the Wauchula market, and It Is believed have advocated the project for the NEW COUNCIL ORGANIZES FOR CURRENT YEAR since the program itself would of Bradford County.

that the experiment will past three or four years. The local greatly facilitate the collection or Florida,.agree as follows: .
prove highly successful. unit of the Florida National Several changes In Starke's of- o'clock, heard Several taxpayers Glared chairman without necessity delinquent taxes. It Is one of the nlO place me question Of coun-
I S Llsenby, 'manager of the Guard has never had a home of its ficial family were made Tuesday complain of assessments, and of a vote. duties of the fire wardens to pre- ty-wide fire control before the
Sturke market, said yesterdaythat own, but has drilled In rented night when newly elected membersf quickly adjourned.Dr. Then applications for the two vent turpentining or pulp wood electorate of Bradford County at
the outlook for a good priceon quarters ever since it was located the City Council met holdover W. E. Middleton. newly night marshal positions were re- operations on land that Is tax delinquent the General Election of Novem-
pecans Is encouraging becauseof members In the first meeting of elected mayor, was sworn In and ceived and the room was clearedas ber 8, 1938, as provided In Section
a shortage In the Texas cropof here.No definite date has been set the new fiscal year. then proceeded to administer the the council went into executive Mr. Menegar stressed the fact 11 of Chapter 17024 of the" 1935
seedlings. Government reports for starting to work on the projectbut The following set-up was an- oath of office to Don L Hoover, session to conduct a secret ballot. that Individual landowners are not laws of the State of Florida.
Indicate that production of Improved it is believed it will be begunas nounced: H. A. Bishop, and L. A Canova, No selection was made on the first forced to operate In the programeven -
varieties will be fourteen per- soon as routine matters can be W. M. Edwards-chairman of council members, and to Carl ballot, but following the second If county-wide control Is In-
cent less than In 1937, while the worked out.FLOYD. the council. Johns, city clerk, and A. L. Alva- ballot the election of Mr. Silcox stituted. However, they are responsible INMAN HOUSEDESTROYED
seedling crop will drop forty-two Walter Silcox-night marshal, rez, marshal.W. and Mr Holtzendorf was an- for any damage that
percent under last year. The short- South Starke. L. Wall chairman of the nounced. They assumed their duties might be done to adjoining property

age has not affected Florida how- Ben Holtzendorf-night marshal, council for; sV4rnl, years, then call- Wednesday night. by fires started on their own -
ever, and a bumper crop of 200,000pounds GREEN North Starke.T. ed for nominations permanent "Following adjournment rof the property. The county would be
Is estimated for Bradford ACCEPTS JOB Frank Landrum--city: attor- chairman for the new year: old council, E. C. Priest and O. L. taxed three cents for every acre
County, Hoover-- nominate Mr. Wall." Beasley, retiring members, ex- Included In the program. It is; BY FIRE
Mr Llsenby urges growers notto Floyd Green local attorney and ney.Dr.. W. B. Parks--city physician. Bishop-"I nominate Mr. Ed- pressed their pleasure at having estimated that there are l O.OOO
sell their pecans until the mar- brother of Congressman Lex Green R. J Davis-memoer of the wards." served on the board. acres of woodaland In Bradford -

ket has been definitely established.He said yesterday that he will assume board of city bond trustees. Cunova"I second Mr. Bishop's' As the hour was growing late, By use of the "trlangulatlon" Epperson Home Also
warns them against unscrupulous his duties Monday morning as substitute Interested spectators filled every nomination." the new council adjourned soon system, Mr.. Heneger stated that
buyers who make the rounds clerk in the postofflce here. available chair and lined the wallsas As Hoover's nomination was not I' after filling the various appointive wardens could locate a fire within I Damaged This

early In the season and attempt to Mr. Green said that he was no- the old council met at 7:30: seconded Mr. Edwards was! de- offices. a possible variation of ten {Week
buy the for small frac- -------- ----- --- -- --
up crop a tified of his appointment about -- acres, anywhere In the county. A
tion of its real worth. The man- ten days following announce- constant lookout would be maintained
INTER-CITY Old Law RepealedA. 2 Two fires ushered In the first
ager also states that since the auc- ment of the results of a civil service from fire towers and mod
tions here bit A. Durden, conservation officer DISCUSSIONSA cold snap of the season here tu.s
will Involve quite a examination held here in MEETING HEREThe ern extinguishing equipment would week.
of detail in connection with each There twenty-one for this district, calls atten- be hand.Eventually .
July. ) were applicants : kept on
offering, It Is Imperative that for the position. Starke Rotary Club will be tion of sportsmen to the fact thatan "double feature" program was Monday night about nine o'clock
growers bring their pecans to the host to Rotarians and their wives old law giving residents the enjoyed by Rotarians at their reg- an elaborate systemof I the residence of Mrs Vonda In-
market early In the morning.The Although styled 'substituteclerk' throughout this district! at an Intercity right to hunt In their own voting ular meeting here Wednesday L. telephone communication wouldbe man, about a mile east of town
the position now offers year set up Mr. Henegar alcl. and just off Road 48, burned com
without license D. of Container -
is representative
tale meet which will be held precinct no longer ,
days have been widely
round employment and pays 65c Around 40,000 acres of timber to
pletely the ground.
advertised here Thursday night, October 20, in effect. It was repealed by Corporation In this area,
throughout this secton an hour or an average of $125 per land In this county are already un- Mrs. Inman was alone at the
the 1937 Mr Durden briefly outlining the
Legislature spoke
of the state I is that at the Woman's Club.
and expected month. der fire control, the three-cent
per time and had built a small fire In
also said that all who have tages establishing a countywide
the persons
market here be of will be In the form
will a scene The event
acres cost being paid the Indi-
several monthsthe by the living room. Sparks evidently
During toe past reached the age of fifteen years fire control unit The Rev
activity by Friday of next of a "ladies night" for the vidual such Container
week place has been held by Edward : must have licenses Instead of sixteen Frank Robinson, member of the owners 8S ignited the dry shingle roof and
and their
club and all Corporation W. II. Foster
Burns. as stated In last week'sTelegraph. Boy Scout Troop Committee, gave Smith the blaze had made rapid headway
i -- --.-- wives are urged to attend. At the years Shl Smith, and W. H. Edwards Jr.
before neighbors could be summoned -
I an Inspiring talk on the alms and
J. Frank Johnson regular meeting next week the I --. objects of this youth movement. Voting on the question here In As the house Is outside
New Presiding ElderThe club will select the "outstanding November will not be restricted to
Following an Illness of several the city limits, there Is no water
ofStarke" Flour DistributionFlour Mr. Vining stated that If properly -
member of the Rotary Club
: freeholders, but will be to all
open connections and
months, J Frank 62 died consequently no
Johnson Rev. Frank Robinson attended who will be specially hon- conserved and protected from
t will be distributed from qualified electors. '
the Preachers Meeting or the fire, with attention to reforestation fire protection.
Wednesday ored at the Inter-city meet.T. the commodities warehouse to certified The commissioners were told Furnishings and clothing were
Methodist Preachers of the Jack- the timber lands of Bradford
who has
clients nn Tuesday Wednesday that several counties are already
complete loss und It
a practically a
deputy sheriff at Hampton In Jacksonvilleon
sonville for the County could adequately supporttwo
and charge of arrangements and Friday of next week. Allotments operating successfully as fire' con- understood that the
had also III damage was
been In business At this time
morning. mills In full time
there> He Monday meeting, states that an InterestIng of1:/ \H pounds will be pulpwood op- trol units and that several more, only partly covered by Insurance.
was a member of the Dr. Homer Thompson announced eration. He said that Bradford
Christian entertainment will be arranged given to each client. Including Union, will place the Wednesday afternoon about 1:3O: (
Church. his transfer from the Presiding clubs has the best soil and general conditions
all representedhere .
giving question on the November ballotas o'clock the fire truck called to
Funeral services were Held Friday Eldership of this District to the the for timber growing of any was
brief on
program Convention
a period On ProgramRep. will be done here it was stat- the W. J. Epperson house on S,
morning at 11 o'clock and In- pastorate of First Methodist of the fourteen other counties surveyed -
.- Geo. H. Inman will have ed that the program was Instrumental Walnut St. The blaze started In
terment followed in the Prevatt Church, West Palm Beach, and .-- by the company he repre-
In de-
Cemetery part on the program at the third collecting $150,000 an apartment at the rear of the
also announced the appointment as sents.
Survivors | Elder of Dr Card of ThanksI I annual convention of the United linquent taxes In Duval County j house, occupied by Mr. and Mrs.
are his widow, Mrs. I temporary Presiding Mr. Robinson the club
gave its first .
Nits thank all those who so Pension Clubs of Florida being during year of operation.Mr. Rudolph Andrews. Its origin is
First wish to
Johnson; two daughters, Mrs. P. M. Boyd, pastor of the members a deeper Insight Into the Henegar said that Bradford
He will but Is believed to
J- C when our house held In Jacksonville today. undetermined,
Lamereux.: of Orange Springs Methodist Church, Jasckonvllle. kindly helped real of the Scout
meaning Boy and Union are better suited to timber -
make the to the address have resulted either from defective
sincere response
Md Mrs. of burned. Please accept my
Geo. Rhame, Hampton The First Methodist Church movement, which Is being -
sponsored than
we W. J. Epper- of welcome by Tom Marshall, pres- growing any other coun- wiring or from a kerosene stove.
stepdaughter, Mrs. A. C. Den- Starke is the most southernly apPl'eclatlon.--Mrs. locally by the Rotarians. He ties In Florida,
ident of the city council. Mr. and Mrs. Andrews were not
Illson of Hampton. in this district. I //Ion.! read the
point Impressive- -- .Scout.- oath. In deciding to place the question at home at the time of the fire
which, I la as follows: "on my honor the the
on November ballot,
and most of their clothing and
I KING RECEIVES CHAMBERLAIN ON RETURN HOME I will do my best to do my duty I Board of Commissioners adoptedthe personal l belongings were a complete
to God and my country, and to following resolution: loss.

obey the Scout Law. To help oth- "WHEREAS, It Is mutually ben After the fire truck arrived the
8 er people at all times. To keep eficial to the County of Bradford flames were quickly put under con-
myself physically strong, mentally and State of Florida to keep the trol and the damage was confined -
awake, and morally straight:" forest of
lands Bradford County largely to the rear of the house,
P Scouts who appreciate the full well stocked with tree growth and, I Mrs. Epperson had Insurance covering -
wmgJ: meaning of this oath cannot help therefore permanently productive; both the damage to the
coo.o '*.... ? but grow into tbe best type of citIzen and house and to furniture.
leaders among men, Mr. Rob- "WHEREAS, Woods fires resultIn .
H.Ma says when she sees a woman forest
I inson said. understocking of
driving down the street like she I lands with trees and retard tree Two Games OffE.
Was doing all the work and bossing growth; and"WHEREAS L. Williams, principal of B.
I the too end her n-pecked' husband in To Revise Hooks It Is mutually beneficial H. S.. has received telegrams from
back seat, she gives her all the County registration books will to Bradford County and to I high schools at Cedar Key and
| Street ill and some of the sldwalk. It r ryIt close this Saturday and the Boardof the State to cooperate In the pre- 'Bunnell cancelling football games
oo bad some women can't be County Commissioners will vention and control of woods fires scheduled here for October 14 and
men to start with. vi =fp meet with.Supervisor N, D. Wainwright which may or do threaten to destroy 28. Efforts will be made to book

I Pa says if some women want to next Wednesday to revise young and merchantabletimber other games but if they are not
| do> all the work it Is all right with the qualified list of electors. Registrations In the County which formsa successful some form of sport will I
hlln,' ? He will put on Ma' pajamas I I LONDON, England. -Radlophoto-( ) Prime Minister Neville Chamberlain of England is pictured will be taken through part of the timber resources of be offered to the fans on those
"? hang around the kitchen and Palace last week with his wife Queen Elizabeth and King George as he reportedto tomorrow at Mrs. J. W. Morgan'sstore the State; and dates, probably a touch football
wt cabbage corn bread and above at Buckingham of the four-power conference at Munich. Left to right: Queen Elizabeth and at the Western Auto As- "WHEREAS, Smoke from woods I game between single menLQd

Ilcker pot-I'I Prime the King Minister on the Chamberlain achievements, Mrs. Chamberlain anj King George. tioclate Store. fires blanketing our highways l Is married men.

-By W L. .

Football Today 3:30 H.M. -B.H.S. Vs. J.H.S ,.

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IlTh ... .. _. So also wi it Quartor ">f Northwest Quar- Article X "I
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,::;; BROOKER ments of ice cream and cake were destroy l tar &: ISunt Half of Southeast r anianded so an .

I served. church leaders often sponsor so- Quarter of Northwest Quarter lOvory person ,, I
IMItw Vern Galney Cor. Hoctlon 10 Township 6 South title or .vI. .,
in turn
THE HUSTINGS"with called civic objects that beneficial ''I'
"IN The honoree received many; Range 22 East, containing real property In th': ..fl''":,

beautiful gifts. work against the principles which Acres, more or less.Said resides thureon s""i'i, I ::' ..It t

Personals The guests were: Misses Ruby they profess to believe. Certificate No. 32$, embraces makes the amt, hi 1! 'u,

Mr. and Mrs. John Todd an- another West llnlf of Norlhw..tQuart..r nent home, or I hI' UI,,,,.
Mae Next Friday night pro- of
Ward Joyce Atkinson, Willie of Rnuthwest QUArl..rSp..tlon another or c>thr i ishall ", ,I....
JOE CRAIN nounce the birth of a son born demons, Eva Fay Galney Dora gram of interest will be given.KOTICM 10 Township 6 South, urally dep.n.t..nt "I',' "11'1\11', 'at

_ Monday, October 3. Range 22 Kant, containing( 20 be entitled ,,, '. ''c'.o"
--- - ---- .-. --'" Mae Phelps, Mary McGauley, Ha- Acres, more or less. from all taxation "c" ',."nptlo
---- Mr. and Mrs. Charles Peacockand zel Crosby, Mandy Mott, Effie OK ..PI'I.U'.TION: The assessment of the said prop- mania for special/ i II.> ,, ,.'. [ "h'"
club In where Is : assessed "
It seems to us California, owept V4 of said Certificate No valuation, ,,
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little granddaughter Barbara TAX I>IOICIrimte > J' .,
Mar- FOIl
Hargrove Martha Evelyn and Dollars ,
the name of Estelle I Old-. on 'u,,
bit senatorial candidate to "
It's a a primary "
a :
just Illll No. 1(1.1)NOTICK
The Jane Peacock of Jacksonville key and John Mott, Donald Crews, ( ThAtA. ham; and the assessment of said contiguous real pi ,,, ,
early to begin cam- victory over the formidable IH under said Certificate No. ed In Article 10.oj.; '"1",
the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Certificate property ,
were and Douglas Huen.Cnl'd 1C. (Ill-pen holder of Tax Constitution
for William O. McAdo.So 1128 was In the name of ChanRelmer. f.n i'I". 'h
posts ofAugust
palgnlng 7th "
IxRiipd the day
Baffle No. H62. thereafter.
_ _I H. P. Gainey Sunday.Mr. Said ,tit ,. !I,
that will not go far as we know, this new or- A. D. 1933 has flli-cl sameIn Unless said certificate shall be redeemed by the .entireties j J.j, ", I.,
and Mrs. A. B. Crosby and of Thanks my office and has made application mon with other .
Begins upon the general ganization has not yet decided on for a tax devil to be Issued accordlnK to law, the prop- tlon "", ''I ,. It
children, of Jacksonville, were visiting We wish to express our heart- Snld certificate' embrace i-rty described therein will be sold such may api p", i I n
until thereon of the
election ballot "
any definite political policy. It her parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. felt thanks to all of our friends the following I described property inthe tn the highest bidder at the court thereon, as their owner -, 1"1'I,
190 but we find that recent con will be political In Its nature, of County of Llradford, State of house door on the first Monday In e.t. shall I'' '
who kind to and who appear
R. Galney, Sunday. were so us the month of November, 1938, which I'ii !:
firmation of rumors that Second course, since to achieve its alms B-lorldn, to-wit: emptlon of more 'ih t ., ,. ii
of November 1938.
Is the 7th
offered aid lay ,
so much sympathy, of Southwest and Dollars None
Those from here who attended l'IoUlh..It"1IlIltrl..r Shall i ..
District Congressman Lex Green It must elect delegates to the law Hated this 27th day of September. "
and beautiful flowers Quarter of Southwest QuarterSection or
during: our nn\:
would not ask for re-election to making bodies of the state and church services at New Hope Sun- Thirty-five Township 6 1038. house, :..ornsi Hi. ". ''''LII(

-I. started day were Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Ha- recent bereavement.Mrs. Mouth Range 22 Kuut. Containing OFFICIAL SEAL) exemption allow, i| 11
has ,
his some will disrupt
Job the nation. Whether it A. J. THOMAS, coed the
Charlie Wilson and family. 10 acres more or leas. proportion); ; "
logs In the hustings.! the Townsend organizationhere Zen Mr. and Mrs. II. P. Galney. The assessment, of the said property I Clerk of Circuit Court of nation based on I th 1 ,'d Vt

mutter-I' and Miss Vera Gainey under the laid certificate IMftnod Bradford County, Florida. by such person 'n.. .,.n.mA.Y .
- Of course, it Is not as It did, to a large extent MISSION HALL ANDTABERN.tCLE was In the name of Mi li. 8-.10-rt-10-28. nrehcrlbe appi.j( "II ,8lfltUt. ,

see several avowed In California Is proble- AVurne.tnleMS' enable laws r"lI"uhllJ,1., 'IJ 114 '

candidates begin warming thevoters' matical. To be sure it promisesless lIarry'lIlOOn ; iiald certificate shall be redeemed No'rICJo] OK .\ ,..'...('.....10:11: of establishing; tb.exemption. .. 1<' "n;
- in ad- The many friends of ITs rry An award of a Bible was givento accoirtlng. to law. the property FOil T % 1C I>KKI)
hearts two years actual cash to the pcnsloneers described therein will he Holdto (!Snat. Illll 1\... "'::1)

vance of the election date. but a than does the Townsend plan; but' Wilson, a promising young man I W. B. McKInney for quoting the the highest bidder at the courthouse NOTICW IH ii1cit1'it'Y (1IVIcN! That A JOINT nnsoLfTK.N; !, ,,

of this community, will regret to door on the first Monday In Mrs. Beulah Kelly, holder of Tax an Amendment V' 'I,
:1938 congressional campaign for a Its scheme for raising the pension i greatest number of verses at the the month of November, 1938. which Certificate 212. l su d the 6th tide.. 3 of the Amst l in \

1940 election seems strikingly simIlar fund Is more logical and might at- learn of his death Thursday, Sep- Mission Hall Tuesday night. U. the 7th day of November 1938. day of B'"t A. r>. 1928: has filed state of Florida/ ROiuflr '' \\I

to firing before you see the tract those who fear the Townsend tember 29 as the result of an attack lArHted this 20th day of September, same In my office and has madeapplication to Publication Pans of Null ,' n
of His death The subject WHS "Pharaoh's W. for a tax deed to b.issued Local or fipt .", 'I'
whites of the enemy's eyes. plan will never be adopted. Of pneumonia. cameas (OFFICIAL SRAL) thereon.. Said certificate) embraces BE IT HHSOI.VFI! ) 1U ''"*
___ I 'P. A. Pharaoh used the childrenof ISLATUItB. : ,.
-- However, this column has alreadY course even the surfaceappearinglogic a shock to everyone as he had A. J. THOMAS, the OI ,, property OK TlIK) "I"'I '
been 111 for only a short time. Israel on his great public build- Clerk of Circuit Court of In the f J fyd''t..rl: Bradford FLORIDA: That' ,'h> ,,;
received one formal announcement of the "Thirty Dollars Every : Bradford County, Florida. State of Florida to-wit: amendment to Socth" I
projects. The Israelites
3 of 111111
of Intention to run for Thursday" plan has been broken Harry has many friends here were con- -30-5t-10-28.. Northeast Quarter of South of Florida the ConstltutlLii: i ''h. ii,
I stantly disobeying God, and going west Quarter Section. 25 Township amenddt .
the sent Lex Green now holds down by nationally known econ- and elsewhere who will miss him : at election In 11)28 h, II""
after strange gods. As a result NOTIC'M OF APPIIC4TIOl"Ol 6 South, Range 22 Hast, Is hereby ''l// fl' 'l;"
_ This comes from T. Shepard Thomas omists, and been declared Illegalby greatly as he was an active young ( 'r'J( I>HKI: ) containing. 40 Acres, more or .submitted for agreed t t d that' ,

-1- who has served Union Countyfor United States' attorneys. But man of about twenty-one and was : they were put In bondage. /,LaterIn (.......t. Illll JV<>. lfl.1): less tlon by the qualified ratlflcatIM..t.;( 'f r,"'.
i NOTICW IS IIEUKBYU1VKN That The assessment of the said
their history they were captives property State of Florida "
the past 14 years as Superintendent pension advocates have never been I well liked by all who knew him. Cecil R. Moore holder of Tax Certificate under the said certificate Is- eral election to be votlnit AI 'h., ."

of Public Instruction.In known to retreat in the face of He Is survived by his mother In Babylon, weeping by Its river No. 861, tunned. the 6th day ,sued was In the name of Ueo A. her A. 1>. 1938. that hllld, i h,, VO""

banks. "They that led us captive of August A. 1>. 1029. has filed I same Hunt. Section 21 of Article ,' ,, Ja,).. Ih
addition to Mr. Thomas at either legal or economic oppositionto Mrs. Charlie Wilson, of Brooker; requred of us How in my office and ban made appllca-, Unless said certificate shall. be redeemed tutlon of the State '"f 't PI the ,.",

_ least two other potential candi- their schemes; and Florida's two brothers, Lloyd and Russell a song. can lion for a tax deed to b" issued according to law, the prop- be amended so n. to r .Hd 'rhla vir"Ih
we sing the Lord's song In a thereon. Said certificate embrace erty described therein will be sold Section U. in all ,-,/ .
dates are talking of putting their politicos are going to keep a keen Wilson, both of Brooker; and one strange land." In fact it Is Impos- the following deHcrtbed property In to the highest bidder at the courthouse ated In the preceding"a Bectl.r'"f'

chips in the pot. From Jackson- eye upon the growth of this Flor- sister, Mrs. Sally Sherrln of he County of Bradford, state of door on the first Monday In laws shall be general and ,'f '
chairman of Du- 1 sible for Christians to sing their Florida, to-wit: the month of November, 1B38) whichIs form operation thr. "'
ville Carl Taylor, 'nrh
ida Pension Plan, and are not go- Charlotte N. C. the 7th of State l' I''
sangs when they are in bondageto Lot 4 sub dlv of Southwest day November, 1938. but In all case nj-
val County's Democratic Executive Ing to be surprised if it should develop Funeral services held sat-' Quarter of Southwest Quarter Dated thin 28th day of September, at.d or excepted In thai; '>t nu"""
were the Egypt of worldliness. So 193$. the. Legislature .clli
Committee prominent In state Influence Except I Lot 87 feet Knst & may pass
into a powerful political urday morning at New Hope with many of the younger church people Went by 138 feet North & SouthIn OFFICIAL SEAL local laws, except an nw'poel,1. Vr3K
American Legion affairs, has told in this state the' Rev C. A. Crosby officiating. Northwest Corner Section 80( A. J. THOMAS!' after otherwise. provlderl ,,1, ?oJ
1 many friends he i In In the race, who attend the movies and Township 7 South, Range 23 Clerk of Circuit Court of etlttitlon; PROVIDED thai nr !
I Interment was in the New Hope dances have nothing In their heads East containing 4 Acres, more Bradford County, Florida. or special bill shall b<. "aBoed il1,
and wants their support. From or lens.The 8-30-5t-10-28. I shall any local or ..., law
E. E. Lake Wales Cemetery. but those abominable jazz songs !llshlng or abolishing 'Ia''
Gainesville young William B. Watson I assessment of the said property rnunl"h.
assistant Federal District Attorney The -There Is no law which do not have a scintilla of under the saId certificate Is- SiOTICH. OP "......101"' TAX M1AH ties,* or providing for th. -'--ii;;:;
tiled In the of Fannie t KHTIFICATKSNOTICE jurisdiction and
Cclrbrutai BirthdayMr. was name I P"won >na
has hinted of congressional forbidding any per- Intelligence or music In them. How ianks. IS:. HBK13MY lIVEN that t.rlnB' or amending tht lame I

He had tentatively Waste son, whether or not and Mrs. Arle Taylor en- much better to stay away from Unless said certificate shall be releemed O. L. Ilaynes has. filed with me passed unless notice ,,f tot.rill((
aspirations. tertained Sunday afternoon with a places where the mind Is "' according to law. the property written request that the tax certificates to a."ly therefor 'h"l: ,," ..
planned to run last year, when he Is a property pollutedand described therein will be sold together with all subsequent publl..he In the IIIR..n. '.

Green was wavering as a re-elec- Basket owner, from registering birthday party honoring their "Speaking In Psalms and to the highest bidder at the courthouse omitted or levied taxes held to by be law. whore the matter ": 'hl'
daughter 1>Marlene who was six Hymns and door on the first Mondav In by the State be advertised and sold mitt ",
Spiritual making -
tion candidate, but postponed the as a "free- songs the month of November 1938, which to the highest bidder.. for cash as which notice shall i". '" '"I .'
idea. holder." The registrant does not years old on that day. melody in your hearts to the III the 7th day of November, 193*. provided by Chapter 18296 of the the manner provided t,, ",

This column Is not yet convinced take an oath to that effect. If any Many delightful games and con- Lord." We need to throw off the 193 Hated$. thin 26th day of September the 10'17: following acts of the described Legislature real ,estate upon Into thirty the days L"B'IHllltlll"J.prim t< U J

however, that Lex Green will be interested person checks and tests were enjoyed. Earnest Douglas shackles of the World and live in (OFFICIAL SKAL) I In the Cnunly of 1I,' dtord, State of I has bill. linen The published evldonrc t'I.) ', .

a candidate for the U. S. Senate in proves the "freeholder actuallydoes won the prize In the bean drop- the freedom of God's service. A. J. THOMAS, Florida, to-wlt-: llshed In the Leglnlii: It)

contest and Eva Clerk of Circuit Court of WJj, of SEV1 of H\V4! &: EVjof bill 1 shall I be pus.' ,1dence ,
1940. We believe he eyes the gov- not own property, the falsifier ping Fay Gaineywas Tabernacle Bradford County Florida. HV '/, of SWV' H",- 11 Township shall he fll d i

ernor's chair longingly and If the can be prevented from voting, winner in the candy hunt. S-30-5 t'11 0-28. 6 S. R. 22 I M, containing with the bill in,i th
Lust Friday night at the Taber-
I 40 Acres, more or less. Secretary of Sintns <
1 I- '
move !seems propotious will try but not prosecuted. Incidentally Marline received many pretty Leglnlnttir
The .
nacle the :II O'rlC'.l OF A pi.irvrio\ taxes to be snlil are evidencedby the i
to gain It. Reliable information It Is reported a bill will be Introduced I gifts from her little friends and speaker pointed out that FOIl TAX: IIKKIt: certificate Now 179 & 297 of 1928 find the fact thai nXHtabliHhed '

j reaches us that he will renew and at the next legislature requiring best wishes for many more happy there Is a growing tendency to disregard I NOTICW(*enn la:
Increase his efforts to secure approval freeholders to make an I birthdays. After the gifts were displayed -I the Sabbath day. This '; Lois AdkltiR, holder of Tax ('",.tlfl- in.lH: hot Ii Inclusive amounting to JnurnnlH of the Se;".);. ,;

of the Cross State Canal oath as to their statements, and the guests were Invited Is '. eaten Numbered respectively, 1,a of $114 67.ALSO. IFouse of RepreHentath I'ROVIiff
I an alarming trend. Several busIness l 916 limned August 7, 1933, and 828 : One Acre In NW Cor of KD: however, no piihK! >
t when the next congress meets; and making violation of that oath a into the dining room. where dell- houses issued September E, 1932, has filed SWt' of Hi-Hi In Starke, Sec. such law shall b. > ,lIlf ,>

I that if he is successful, he will cast misdemeanor. M. O. L., Daytona clous refreshments of Iced chocolate were doing unnecessary name In my office and has made 28 Tp.. 6 S. H. 22 E., under when to the suchprovision !.n\\. \
eli '
The taxes to be 'il!
trading. There were others sold are evidenced : j'
for deed be Issued
application tax to
the candidate Bl'ach-Only one Republican can- and cake were served and a : hv not become ,
die as a gubernatorial playing tennis during church and thereon. Raid certificate re..p..ctlvely cerllflrnte NIPS. 810 and 101of( "i.t'i ifectlve V
Green firmly believes most didate for a state-wide office will novelty favor was given each embraces the following d.'rlhed ..- 1931 and 1933 respectively, and rep- until ratifiedat ,
referendum .
Sunday School. It is said that civilization rpHent unpaid taxes for the a nle.ned I '
I In the County of .
Florldiuns favor the big ditch. be on the general election ballot child. .r.roportl..8 1931 to mis( both Inclusive and held In the t..rd'1 cHo
is Florida, to-wlt
or :
constantly building a In
Thomas E. Swanson, for Unit- Mrs. Taylor was assisted by her Said I V-i ;,tfat Certificate No. 918.embraceii Ing to 116.1.64. Y..llr.1 therefor accordance with ; ]
States In the Fourth I Frankenstein that is destined to I Went Half of South- ALSONK: of SE'4 Sec. 17 _,__.....__. contained__ _u u_ 'In L, u-l-( t|
This column bad ed Senator. mother, Mrs. Alice Morrow, and 7 S. R. 22 E., containing HO I u"uvu 3' general 'law

,, That hardly got Into print Districts J. S. G. Gallagher will ask Miss Vera Gainey In entertaining !i Acres, more or less.
The taxes to he sold are evidenced A JOINT RE8OLUTK: :.N I' ,
In Duval
for seat. ?
with Its that a congressional
report the following guests: : NOTICENotice bv certificate NOB. 632 and 1431 ol an Amendment to Seetl: if A

Thirty the "Thirty Dollars and Pinellas County there will be Hazel, Stanley, and Marjory J 1930 and 1933 respectively, and reprecent tide IX of the ConHtllutlc si i r\i\
unpaid taxes for the Ida Relating to Taxatlnr ind. i
for several I yearl
Every Thursday"DolIag's Republicans contesting Fay Crosby, Frances and Helen i Is hereby given that the following described lands, or so much 1929 to 19.1D both Inclusive, amountIng nance br: Adding Thpr," .. thnmrJ'
plan would soon be county posts In all other coun- Barry, Edwin Russell and Mary thereof as will be. necessary to pay the amount due for taxes hereinset to 14212. ment That the Legislature Sh I

launched here before ties however, Swanson will be only opposite thv'-saine, together with cost of such sale and' advertising Said.. tax certificates together with Provide for lIaising lu', nun T
fl McCauley, Margerlte, Thelma will be sold f'public :auction: on the 7th day of November, 1938. before the; all subsequent omitted or Levied :nefray State Appropriation( : Mall?
' a Circuit Court judge In Polk standard bearer of the "stream- Grace, and Roger Newton Eloise Court House Door at Starke, the County of Bradford, State of Florida. taxes will I be sold to the highest for the rteneflt. of thf I'nlform, Stern '-

issued charter for the lined elephant." A. D. P., Tallahassee bidder at the Courthouse door In of Public Free School and
County Galney, Glen Atkinson, Marilynand U..rlpfl" Hep.Lota .... "A Owner T..... A Costs Stark on the 14th day of October, the State Institutions, if HIgh
i Florida Pension Plan Association, -If the mandamus suit I Richard Lee Crosby Harvardand 1, 8 of lIlk 1 Original ist: *. at 11:00: o'clock A. it!. Learning as a Part of ''h xDcn'

I headed by President L. Pressgrove started by Malcolm Johnson to Town of Stark. In NI2& Hated this the 24th day of Sep of the. State and on" u' !Kquali'; ,'I
I Donald Hazen Marjorie Sue of SWV4 ______________-28 8 22 Elvina Morgan --------$ 8.90 tember 19.18.OFFICIAL Therewith.
: and a group of Lakeland men. In force Governor Cone to delegate Barry, Gloriamae Parker. Earnest Lots 2, 4 of Blk 16 Original ( SEAL) ne IT RE8OLVKD nr riric: 1 r.Ei>,

) the next few days every countyclerk's his duties gets to the supreme Eva Town of Starke In NK'A A. J. THOMAS. IHLATIIRE OF THE STATE! (I
I Douglas, Betty Long, Fay of aw/t -__ ____________28 0 22 Mrs. Annie A. Fresco __ 13.90 Clerk of Circuit Court of FLORIDA: That th Vll., .,"ltf
l office In Florida had received court its fate Is doubtful. In other Gainey and Benny Taylor. Com 28 ft 3 In W of SE Cor Bradford County, Florida. .amendment of Section MUd

Copies of the charter, and states it has been held that an of Lot 8 of Blk 18 & run 9-30-31-10-14. IX of the Constitution. .; Fionif,
N IDS ft W 22,", S 105 ft relating to taxation and 'Innnce
had made them matters of record official is capable of discharging
Community Sewing ClubA to Call St B 22Vj, ft to beg JSOTICK OF RI.KCTIOV and the snme Is herpb >.creed I
1 a most! unusual procedure, Indicative his duties as long as he can Indicate small number of ladies met Original Town of Starke and shall be submitted 'h< in.lj

.. that the club I by means his decision In NKV4 of SW14 ________28 8 22 Bank of Starke ________ 71.80 To the Sheriff of Bradford County If led electors of the Slat, >' Flif;
perhaps, I any at the home of Mrs. A. B. ,
Tuesday Com 80 ft S of UK Cor of of the state of Florida/ : Ida for ratification or ejE1lI
fears competition so Is "patenting" I on any question. In one state, an Colson for the purpose of organizing Blk 17 & run W 50 ft H Be It Known That I, It. A. Cray. the next ensuing general lertl

its plan. According to the charter 'official was completely paralyzed 25 ft E 60 ft N 25 ft to Secretary of the State of Florida, do to be held In Novembei', '!>3f.IIX ;
a club. It was decided to beg Original Town of hereby give notice that a In to pay that Section 2 St I ,

; the club has adopted wholesale the : but could indicate yes or no by have a Community Sewing Club Starke In NKIJ of HWV4--23 6 22 IT. A. Bishop ________ 21.50 GKNKHAI ELECTION: of the Constitution >f F' rlda

pension plan advocated by the winking his eye. A suit to remove Com 20 ft S of Nil Cor of will be held In Bradford County, and the same Is hereb3 it i ided <
and to invite all of Brookerto .
women Lot 6 of Rlk 18 &: runWSOftSaaftlcsOft State of Florida, on Tuesday next as to read as follows
"Thirty Dollars\ Every Thursday" him was defeated.H. join. succeeding the first Monday In No- 'Section 2. The Lefrimaturi ihil,

This Is worthwhile idea and N 35 ft to beg. Original vember, A. D. 1938, the said Tuesday provide for raising revenue :< d\
a Town of Starke In NBVi being theRIOHTIf frav the expenses of (the not', 'l''|

HAMPTON Keene, of Shamrock, spent the should bring the ladles togetherfor of SWH -------1------ __ .88EU. 6 22 H. A. Bishop ________ 41.90 I)\Y OF NOVFWI1KH' eluding state approprlatk fortf I
week-end Keene and ... of LIIIK 2. 4 of Rlk 19. For United States Senator. from benefit of the uniform ivatrnt Ipubllo
here with Mrs. something pleasant profitable -
L Miss Ada Nimmo. Original Town of Starke the State of Florida, for six ;years free schools provided 'i. ifcordance
CorrespondentThe and Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Kersey.Mr. each week. In NKH; of HWVt ________28 6 22 J. W. Morgan _________ 65.90 from Jan. a, 1939. with Article XII >f (
Lots 1. 3 A ISVv of Lots 2 For Representative of the 2nd (Constitution and of I Ih( stntc I IItltutlons
Mrs. Barfield will be chairman-
and Mrs. F. S. Sapp were "ir. 1 ft
Rev. Mr. Newton of Green 4 of Hlk 26. OrigInalTown Congressional District of the Stateof of Higher teal
business visitors to Gainesville, president, and Mrs. Pearl Marker of.Stark. In NIt! I Florida In the Seventy-sixth : each fiscal year, and air iuf'1
cf Cove Springs. will preach at the will be secretary-treasurer. of HWVi _28 8 23 Mrs. Vldn V. Morgan 27.20 Congress of the United States. : clent sum to pay the prE' :"pic. f
Baptist Church next Sunday mornIng Monday. Lots 5, 7 of Rlk 25. OrigI- For Attorney. General of the Interest of the existing nJ bti' |
The first meeting will be held at ness of the State"
nal Town of Stark. In State of Florida.
Vance Keene of Shamrock
t;) and night. At the close of the home of Mrs. G. E. McGauley NKY of SWW -_________38 8 22 C 13. Johns ____________ 13.90 For Three Justices of the Supreme .'I10"1 1
, i the evening" service, the church spent the week-end here with Ru- next Tuesday at which time the Lots 7, 8. 9 of Blk 32. J. !M. Court of the State of Florida. an A Amendment JOINT RESOLl'TH-to Artlclt XIV 1' if(fI I IJConstitution
Johns Addition StarkeIn For
Two Railroad
dolph Chism and R. C. Keene. to Commissionersof
b will enter Into conference for the roll will be made up. SKi/4 of SW4! _______21 6 22 J.V.. Morgan __u____ 10.90 the State of Florida.. of Florida" R.'ntlnir' Thor,

, purpose of electing a pastor for Kldn Sapp left Monday for MI- Those who attend next time will Lot 1, 3 of Rlk 34. J. M. For One !Member of the House ofRepresentatives an the Additional State Mllltla:Section. by Adding=4i|1' ami where he Is employed. Johns Addition to Starke of the State of r n .
the Federal "lIn' j jed
ensuing year. Mr and Mrs. J. F. Shaw and hem dish towels for the school In HKV4 of HWVi ________28 6 22 n. I.. Kemp ____________ 6.90 Florida. pile Troops hi" to the Known if )'I''' V1r
Miss Ophelia Bryon spent the cafeteria. The N>Xj IZVj ft of Lots 2 &: For Five County Commissioner. National CJuard.
' children of the State Farm, were All Lot 3 & S 25 ft of Lot For Three Members. of the County IT HKsoLvrn: rir .-//11(. .E flHK
l Ti, week-end with friends and relatives visiting Mr. and Mrs. L. L,. Conner Come, all ladles Interested, and 4 of Illk 2. Livingston, Board of Public Instruction.For ISLAT1TRI3 OF TItl'0': 'TIt I M
In Jasper and Valdoata. 1 enjoy the afternoon with your Truby &: Co's Addition to Five Members of Dond Trustees. FLORIDA: Thnt th '' *. 'I,
Sunday afternoon.J. Stark In Wife of NKi.4.28\< 6 22 "'. T. Weeks, Jr. ______ 6.00 amendment to ArtU'li N t
Mr. and Mrs. Bishop and Ray S. Sapp was a visitor to Lake I neighbors and friends. Lots I, 3 of Hlk 19. Living In Testimony Whereof 1 t Constitution of Florid lI.nJ

Williams, all of Jacksonville, were ston. Truhy &: COH Addi- have hereunto set my hand the State Mllltla by uMi ''I h1
Geneva, Saturday.Mr. tion to Starke In Wfe\ of and affixed the Great Seal an additional Section '"x'

llTh the guests of Mr. and Mrs. M. L. and Mrs. A. J. Yarbroughand Brooker P.-T. A NR"i ______ ___. __28Lntx 6 22 Unknown ___________ 15.20 of the State of Florida! at'l'allahasaes as Section ft of said *.
* 1 : Watterson last Sunday. The Brooker P.-T. A. held Its reg- 3, 4. 5, ft 7. 8, 9, 10, It, I the Capital, specially applicable N t tly "rmi
children, of Woodlawn were ular at the school house 12 of Blk :26.! Livingston, this the first day of September recognlaed State I "
Mr. and Mrs. Paul B. Prevatt, visiting Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Ker- meeting Truby & CI>'.. Addition to A. D. 1938n. ns the National Oimiuagreed : : ftto ft\\

L3 who have been located in the J. H. and Mrs. H. Keene Sunday Monday. In the absence of the Starke In WI-!, of NKV4 28 ft 22 F. E. Prince _________ a.20 A. GRAY, to and shall 2 IK ; \
sey >f Fl''
Q. E. 13Mj of Lot 3 of Rlk II. l.lv- Secretary of State the. electors. of the Stan
president McGauley
Saxon dwelling\ on Main Street, afternoon. pre- Ingxton Truby &: Co'a To Hon. A. O. Andreu, Sheriff Ida for ratification 01' I Ithe ,
sided. Bradford County. next General Election;, 'I, 'II
have moved to Theressa. Huh-Olvlnlon to Starke of ,
j -
I Reports were given from chair- NB'<4 of NRti ---------28 8 22 (leo. Calhoun _______ 4.45 9-9-91-11-4. in 1938 as follows: f''
r M. L. Watterson was transacting PINE LEVEL Lots l, 2 or KKj of Rlk 82. "Section 5. FrOIUD.SA.. Vl C
men of committees appointed for OUARD.-a) Whenevei 'h '" 'Jf
Livingston, Truby A Co'n NOTiCE OP ElECTION
business In Jacksonville this f''' rlIv
Sirs. II. M. McRae, CorrespondentElder special work. Mrs. Baird reportedfor Sub-Ulvlslnn to Starke of CONSTITUTIONAL!' AMENDMENTS: be In the State of Florida luarrl j. i

Pt. week. the cafeteria which is NK'4:' of NKM h ---------2S 6 22 T.lllie Saunders _______ 6.20 WHEREAS the legislature of 1937 recognIzed National ,n" Ill| 'i
The Rev. C. R. Robinson of progres- Lot 4 of Hlk 9. Davis &: under the Constitution of 1885. of same shall be mil genefli >f '1Oovernor
;, W. E. Hall filled his appointment sing well.A TrubyM Addition to the State of Florida did pass four Ject to the lawful orilen'mra1' *
DeLeon Springs, preached at the Starke In NK Cor of Joint Resolutions. amendments who shall bi '
this week- ,isl i
Pine Level committee to
at was appointed Natlo J
In (Chief ( b) The ;
Baptist Church last Sunday morn- NW'4 W of Ry ------2(" 8 22' H. A. Lawson ________ 11.20 to the Constitution of the and iajtt5t''
end and Is spending a few days act as a welfare group seeking the E''J of Lot 2 of Block 1.Temples State of Florida and the same were shall be supported ,ran',
dir ing and evening to a large audi- Addition to agreed to by a vote of three fifthsof by the State of Florida I' ','i mprovisions
here with friends. needs of children in the school. of law prescnibifli>
I Excellent music furnished Starke In NK'4 of NWV4VVj all the members elected. to each .

J4 ence. Misses Wilma and Edna Addison Money was voted to purchase a &: \ \ of NE14 W of Ry-2g 6 22 H. A. Lawson ________ a.26 house; that the votes on said Joint dlsclpllng organizing,said arming National, g( "''r'4in/i Our' J

by a selected choir. of Ralford were visiting Miss football for the fifth and sixth Lots 1, a. 3. 4, 5, 8. 7 of Resolutions were. entered upon their accordance with the \< h. .1gress
C. E. Harper Is erecting a beau Rlk 5. Temples Additionto respective: Journals, with ythdidY and retculutlons >( li. "I,
l Carrie Alvarez, Sunday. i grade boys. Starke' In NKH' of and nays thereon, and determine :Chore r J
w tiful bungalow where his large two Mr. and Mrs. B. M. McRae and The chicken supper which was NWV., & WKi of NB14 W and direct that the said states Pertaining.War(c Departmen') Officers >I 'h' }('J'

story house was destroyed by fire McRae of Ry ___ __.____ -----5g 6 22 Dr. M. R. Herlong ____ 37.25 Joint Resolutions he submitted to orally recognised National 0"J' t
and Miss Odessa
I children postponed some time ago will be Lots 12, 1.1. 14 of Rlk 15. the electors of the State at the Oeneral C"
several Including the. Adjutant | .
t' In ..
ago. Election
years visiting relatives In Gum Oct. 21. Temples Addition November 1938. 'nail b. IU
were given Friday night shall be appointed, and
G. A. Hayes was transacting Starke _
In of ( 1
'. NBVi Ject. to suspension, "I""harll"itl
Branch section Monday night. Miss Melva Crosby's room won ()rav, Secretary of State of the State
business In Starke this week. &: WU4 of NKVi W of Ily-Jg 6 22 A. E. Dunham ________ 7.20 of Florida, do moval or compulsory I
hereby give notice
Mrs. Ruth Denmark and Miss the attendance prize. All Blk 20 Kx. Lot. 8, 9. that a such solely on the haslt .
J. W Horne and family left this '
Temples Addition to proficiency' character anti > lI.
visitors to
Carrie Denmark were The next meeting will be held -
t GEN EH A I, ELECTIONwill "' *
Starke In NBVi NWViA accordlnK
and Reese- determined
week for St. George as \
Lake City Sunday afternoon. on the first Monday In November.The W>{" of I4Of W of be held In each county In Flor regulations and uxag-en ,stwtior' ,.3 a

-1 vllle S. C., where they will spend M. and Mra. A. J. Fender were Brooker P.-T. A. Is a live Hy __ .-----___________--28 8 22 J. H. Rltch __________ 40.50 First Ida on Monday Tuesday; In next succeeding the by law anything In thl notwlthsu rnnUI- 'SInn. I Ilion
November A. D
the week. Lot II of Rlk 34. Peeks to the ,
vi.iltlng Mrs. R. L. Batten at organization and needs every par- Addition to Starke. In 193$. the said Tuesday being the (d) The contrary quallflcatlol. "' 0'' j ow
t Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Matchett of N of 9th EIGHTH DAY OF NOVEMBER and soldiers of the F.d.ra t"J
Theressa, Sunday afternoon.Mr. ent in It. Come along and join us. N\V(4( NWV4 for c.r. .hOll
t are the happy parents of a nine Ht __ ___ --_______.__-28 6 22R Mrs. Ylda V. Morgan_ 1.20 the the ratification or rejection of Recognized National OililKl I
.1 : said
of Joint
and Mrs. E. H. Larier, Frac'l Lots A, H C, Resolutions propos prescribed In military '0.1110"' ;
? and half daughter who ing amendments th
a pound to the *
Jacksonville recent of D of Blk 2. Wynn's Addition Constitution promulgated In accordan.reneral III
were guests Birthday Party of the State of Florida, VII: of the U.

- arrived September- 4I 30. H. M. McRae. Miss Phyllis Hazen was the hon- of SWW tn\ Stark.________In_-NWVi-_-\ 28Com 6 S2R Dr. Ma J. Helberger. __ ISO the: A Amendment JOINT RESOLUTION. of Section Proposing War Department.specifications: I I i
7 of
Lealon Kirkland has returned to or guest Monday at a party at the on R Side of Walnut tide: X of the Constitution. Relating Ar- The. votes cast InompH .nd.i

I GUM BRANCH his home In Halnesvllle, Ga., after home of her parents Mr. and Mrs.B. Ht A run K 210 ft S 105 to: the Exemption of Homesteads said canvass proponed. declarations amendmentf and .IU.
ft W 110 ft to Walnut St from Taxation..
Annl ')Iae flarnage Cor. spending several weeks here with I F. Hazen. She was celebratingher N on said :St. 105 ft to beg. BE IT RESOLVED BY THE LEO- thereof regulations, shall: be and subjectsame restri' lDn'1,

his sister Mrs. F. Fender. twelfth birthday anniversary. Wynn'H Addition to I9I,ATURB OF '". J.n'
: Starke In NW'4 of SWVi-2* < 22 !Mrs. VidA V. Morgan.. 21.80 THE STATE OF are provided by law Florida,
h f Miss Leila Harnage and W. H. Remember the Sunday School The living room of the home was One Lot Com at SW Cor of FLORIDA: That the following elections In the State of WHS1, tI

Carter of Gum Branch, and J. D. hour at Pine Level next Sunday beautifully decorated with a variety Call A Bay St A run W X amendment of J! the Constitution of Section of 7 of the Article State IN TESTIMONY have: herellltti ).,Or i
on Call St 830 ft to
I Carter, of Bootsey's Beach spent afternoon. 1 of flowers. Broadway St thence S on "of,f Florida homesteads relating to the exemption hand and affixed I't8"the"t 91. '.
from be SEAL Heal of the
taxation )
the week-end In Umatllla\ with Many Indoor games and contests said St 105 ft thence E and the same Is hereby, agreed to, Tallaha' "I

Miss Elizabeth Harnage and Mr. When you read of an accldent--I were enjoyed, after which the 330 on ft said tn St Ray lOll Bt tn thenceN beg..28 6. 22 Unknown _____nn____ 22.10 and tnn shall of be submitted State at the to the General eleo- of"pltf July. this A. D.the 1911.10th ..9fl

and Mrs. W. H. Groves. think that this might guests assembled In the dining I Lots 7. 8 of Blk 13. dasklns Election of"je Representatives In 1938 A. .r RAYSecretary
Addition ____________29 I 22 Mm Mule, Honing.worth 4 50 for approval ; ,/ SII
: Mr. and Mrs. Orin Kennon and pened to you or your family. ) room, where delicious refresh- CARL JOHNS Tax Collector or rejection: that Is
t. sag, &aI Ute said Section I of .-UIItllBRADFORD -..

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our Tenth Grade
English .'
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Ma- COVE HI class, the pupils have been writing ,., .
Walter J.
Dean 21, Mr. Williams didn't smile
evening September
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paragraphs. Here are two of the I'
h e rly '"r the University of Flor- Final Score I. best from our room. 1938, Boy Scout Troop 70 had a The Seniors were not dignified I

,,8 saving/ "Manners are mani1 heart residing court of review The football players didn't get : : :
, 1 r1 t m speech dress, personal 27-0 A NARROW ESCAPEIt The officials attending were: black eyes? i 'Iti '

F rins( and thoughtful conduct. Chairman Dr. W. 13. Herlong, L. The Seniors didn't have to learn I \ ,,'

ad tn aspect for the opinion' | and The Bradford High Tornadoeslost wan early one morning duringthe A. Davis J. E. Wilson, E. Smith, the difference between Transitiveand I r ."
world Jim Simmons I .
r80DILJlty of others. the first game of the seasonat flying his war.small was the F. Robinson, E. L. Matthews. Intransitive verbs ? I 1 '
plane along f fI
form of good man- Those coming before the Coua.t'for ,
Tli! < highest the Municipal ball park here front of his patrol. He did not Inza ddn't get a letter from I
to forget yourself and last to Green Cove advancement were: I ': "
Friday ?
"? Springs know where the German Georgia

Link wlHi') will maW another hap- high school with an uncompromising came from, but allIt/ once plane he Merit Badges-Frank Robinson, Betty Jo knew her history. I \ ( : "PII'
comfortable. This Public Health Merit Badge. ; :
tier more of 27 ,II'I
score to
I or unselfish heart and nothing. heard the roar of its engine, and For First Claaa--Arch Thomas. Bradford High School didn'thave \ I, / d/4 .
ne$ (from an Perfect football weather th-3 of cafeteria? e
| greetedthe sputter a machine gun. Jim a ,
For Second Class Leonard
L or boy -
girl may pos-
poorest( teams and the park was crowded darted to one side and turned to l : ,
1 Alma Murrhee didn't have a big
heart. We show this Smith. Mike Dew Buddy Davis,
a I
,is such, and considerationor with spectators as play beganI faci- the enemies plane. The other Freeman Register. imagination?
our\ !M"ipcct at 3:30 o'clock.
u : Green Cove went plane camp In view through his
I :i Because of a requirement unfulfilled Elaine would come to school
| other I into action In the first quarter sights He- fired at It and then he I .
by the boys those com- with all her lessons?
D\ ,,instant practice, the exer- with a touchdown and again in felt a bullet hit him In the shoul I I .

.se ,i ,11' .id manners may become the second and fourth quarters, der.' Everything went black to Jim ing up for Second Class were requested All the HIgh School .students I ,

I 'ace, ) inci natural to boys and 'and they succeeded In adding the for a few minutes. When his bend to come up next week. We were to attend the football game .
hope that a Court of Honor can ,
,iris thi'1' it will seem a part oftlel extra point each time, except once dared he saw the German plane this afternoon (Friday) ?
be held in Starke soon.Mammy .
> ijruwtn Since we are Judged I In the second quarter. was on fire and his own plane was I Mr. Whittlmore didn't wear

your" manners when we least exit -| Bradford only threat to Green In a long dive. After Jim gained !--- striped socks? h
,ed we should then practise Cove came In the second quarter control of his plane he went to the I Sez: I II i Mrs. Vandlvlere didn't always ,

oat) mnnners until they seem nat- when a sudden drive took themto landing field and was carried to Dose Juniors sho did have a fine have a smile on her face.

fral, and easyPR1MARYHJNGLES. the Clay County boys' 17-yard the American hospital! It was cer- I assembly program Tuesday after- I I DEFINITIONS Business English to a students few words knew? I

line. tainly a narrow escape. i noon. It wuz;;_ a_surprise _ta most I y i I ra
i ob us to tie lilt Coach Whittemore -- -
The local team was penalized a
BEAUTIFUL could blay da but I Jokes
I NEW RIVER piano Mammysho
total of 30 yards while the visitors! ,.; w#,
does likes de be played.I .
FIRST GRADE NEWS lost 105 yards in penalties. The New River Is a very beautiful way i
river. It level with know dat de cheer leaders has Mother "Oh baby, I don't know
We have four potted flowers in Tornadoes made but one first runs nearly -

a fern a cactus, a be- down.Bradford's. the ground and it never has a put out some work and I knoes what I'm going to do If you don't
ur room I j dat dey would appreciate it If of scheduled for fall and winter has brought
and a coleus. We have areah : rushing hurrying current. Near I stop crying. THE new type
ila, loss of this Is ,,
game i everybody would take little baa
bouquet of flowers every'ay. easily understood and overlooked' the ocean it is bluish-green, but it !' Just a Enza="Didn't you get a bookof startling changes in the Benson's styles. The adult woman jMa 9 '
soon changes to clear amber color- bit more interest in de school spirit ?" and bas changed our standard of beauty and clothes i
.. when the fact that it Is her first and dem out. directions with him, mom come into her own '
Teacher-Ruby Lllley. game in nearly four years Is as- ed water on which hyacinths lazily help according to Helen Koues, Fashion Director of Good Housekeeping ,

similated. Coach J. M. Whittemore float out to sea. On each side of I De Oder day, some of our girls Dad-(giving L. G. a lecture). I Magazine.

GRADE NEWS has very green and light materialto it, in the city of Ft. Lauderdale ,, got oudt in de rain, and sold sea- "Now when I was your size L. G. I "The new woman looks older, but much more womanly and Intriguing .

FIRST are strings of varl-colored lights son football tickets for de boys. I I didn't have big house like this "Gone Is the glamour girl
back to school. Von- work with and it Is a sourceof I a ," she writes In the October Issue.
E j amazement that the score was which throw splashes of color on sho hopes dat de boys appreciate to live In and I didn't have nice her ahouldurs. And this change has done a great +
lil absent Thursday. Charles with her hair on
was the water and | it more dan day acted like dey did.
not 60 to nothing. I quietly rippling Up clothes like yours to wear. Why, F
Ind had birthdays this week. deal to clothes.
I down the river are ever changing Oh laudy dat football game I had to to bed without myRUppel' '
go head. Dresses
|!ve have a new activity books. Today the Tornadoes meet a I sights! from palatial residences to Friday afternon I don't think sometimes because there Your hat will be tiny, perched forward on your

Teacher- -M. Middleton. seasoned team from Jennings on dense jungles There Is much legend -1 there's much to any/ about it, tho. wasn't follow the trend toward an unusually small waist supple bodice, and y i

the Municipal ball field at 3:30: I I But I tells any. from smooth hlpllne. Sleeves are tremendously
I as well as beauty attachedto you what wuz dat parade L. G.--"Gee, Daddy, aren't you sofe circular a
o'clock P. M for Bradford's sec I Dere wuz lots ob and excessively full to the elbow tapering to the wrist.lego'mutton ,
cars often
SECOND; GRADE. NEWS New River. At night there Is'a glad you're living with us now. important,
ond game in over three years. /gobs ob noise to wlb it. I know +-
j Joan Carpenter came to our mystic enchantment about this go style. "

Jwm() this week making thirty-four (I! Though the odds are against the river, yet It seems modern. It Is dat dose cheerleaders must hab Teacher-"Carlton, you've worked For evening, dresses in stiff fabrics are romantically full, sleeves

.uplla enrolled. We have started local boys, It is firmly believed In a beautiful sight.Elementary. thought dat dcy wuz somein', lead- your problems wrong." are puffed and bodices are lightly fitted. Violet plum, and American t '

,ailing in our new Second Grade I some quarters the score will be .-- in da parade. We had all kinds, ob Carlton-"It wasn't me. It was beauty shades are predominant and combined colors are popular-

leaders That makes us feel like ]': held close. Echoes cars in de parade We even rated Dad." amethyst and deep red, chartreuse and purple, red and black. ;tt

ml Second Graders. Our new Art j I Players on both. teams last Fri- a Model T and a Model A. 'Li
day were:
ooks are very pretty. We are Mammy heard dat de dance Friday Mrs. Long-"Give me a sentence ,
Bradford Position Green Cove FOURTH GRADE NEWS SIX
rying to make our room more ; I I night, dat de Let tie Women using a word that shows great ac DOUBLE RUN WILL FILL
,Priest LE Mlllsit We lire making a scrap book of
"pautiful Peggy Ann brought uSI|i Chastain LT Segger our visit to Africa. We are using I I gave to raise money for de foot- tion." 111'8.V.. A. Tyler Cor. STATE WIDE ;

i pretty potted plant.TeacherMrs.. ball boys, was a success. I hope Marian D.-"He was as restlessas -
Conner free hand and pictures
LG Cooks drawings NOV. 8 !
Ritch. Adkins C Bryan from magazines. I dat dey made enough money to a windshield wiper." Davis and Coolidge GasHett, Ed- POSTS
stand dere feet
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SECOND GRADE NEWSThe Sewell RG Maguire Ruby Green brought to our room It's too bad dat de skatln rink John-"So Bob can keep a secret ward Watley, Mary Graves Peggy Six State-wide offices will be + .

following monitors have Silcox RT R. Geiger a beautiful pot plant. By collecting I Isn.t in Starke, so dat our boys longer than A. Z. can?" Barry, Lea ton, Shirley and Em- filled in Florida's November gen. '} .

|en appointed for our room: Jones RE Kenny, pictures and pot plants, paintIng and girls wouldn't have to go all Gene-"Yes, Bob stutters" allne Morgan all of this section eral election but In only one will I

Bulletin Board-Betty Powell. McKinney QB Pringle furniture and learning to keep the way to Alachua. visited Silver Springs Sunday aft. there be Republican opposition for

Black Board-Isabelle Parkernd Long RH B. Geiger I paper picked up, we are gradually''I' Talk about things being dull, Grade News ernoon. the Democratic nominee. .
Harper Ensey
; Minnie Lee English. making our room more attractive. around here. Lauiy chile some ob Mr. and Mrs. O. H. Masters and United States Senator Claude

Plant Hattie Williams and Torode FB. Sambm Our clans has certainly enjoyedthe de girls up and 'bad a tea over at GRADE 8-A NEWS Elbert Gnann. of Oklahoma spent Pepper, Democrat, Is opposed by j.

>utoe Wbatley. I baseball and volleyball gave de Dowling's residence de other attendance Sunday at the home of Mr. and Thomas E. Swanson of Fort Lauderdale -
BETTY JOE WEBB week We have nine perfect
1 Workbook Distributors Mr. and Mrs. G. P. Webb of us last day. Now don't feel bad If yo did days since school started. We Mra. L. U. Morgan. who won the Republican t

1 Numbers Helen Edmondsond Eser English Shirley Noegel, not get Invited, cause dey decidedall during Mr. and Mrs. Rodman Reddish nomination over Allen E. Walkerof 9
Dunnellon the to have more
Florida announce hope many
Lucille Kite. Jim Frank Jordan, and Velma of a sudden to have it. of Hellbronn Springs, were visit- Winter Haven. 1! )
birth of a daughter, Betty Jo on this school term.
Reading--Ray and Clifton Grif- May 7 1921. Conner brought our class some My goodness, but I bet dat Jun- We had a baby rabbit for a ing Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Conner Pat Cannon of Miami. Democratic ; i ',

jfj. books to use in our library.J. ior Adkins waz dreading beln in mascot In our room. He would eat Sunday.Mr. nominee for representative ; '
Crayons-Glen Gllpln and Be- This announcement appeared R. Mann is back In school aft- dat wedding Saturday after hurting apples lettuce, and oats. The and Mrs. J E. Rosier of In Congress from the Fourth, Die-4 ,

trice Bennett the paper about 17 years ago. er being ill for several days. his leg in de game.I story of his disappearance is too Evergreen were visiting her sister tract ia opposed by Republican J.

Music Books Harold Manus There was great rejoicing in this Mrs. Hart Teacher. sho does like Enza'a BradfordB sad to be told. I and brother-in-law, Mr. and Mra B, O. Gallagher This is a district R ,;(
home when the little
d I Dorothy Holton girl openedher and de football on it. Last week we studied "The L. U. Morgan Sunday. office however, and la not filled ''t
hazel to the world.
Teacher-Kitty Hogsed. eyes FIFTH GRADE NEWS I sho wonder why Clara and Thirteen Original Colonies." They Jay Bryant spent last week with by State-wide vote. "

Betty Jo lived in Dunnellon un- We are studying about Colum- Edith likes Jacksonville ao well. were hard, but several pupils. made Leon Williams of Manatee. Congressmen J. Hardin Peterson .
til she was eight years of age andit I am glad to hear dat they had a
SECOND GRADE NEWSWe school bus in History. Wednesday we 100 percent on the test. Mr. and Mra. J. L. Brantley and of the First District R. A. Green ;

have read the story of Snow was there she began her drew ships like those Columbus good time. Our Math work books have ar- little son Roger of Starke, spent of the Second Mlllard Caldwell of ;
When she was In the third Your forever
(White and the Seven Dwarfs and career. sailed in. Most of them were pret- rived. That means more work and Sunday with her parents Mr. and the Third and Joe Hendrlcka of ,
grade Betty Joe, with her parentsand t
ty good. We had a teat on History Mammy. I Democratic
aye colored a picture of Snow Fort leas play. Mrs. O. L. Brown. the Fifth won renom-
older sister moved to
WTilte. and Geography. Most of us made Reporter, Sara Barefoot. inatlon and have no Republican op ,
Worth, Texas, and while there she i
Donald Conner Is sick, we hope completed her fourth year of good.We Society NEW RIVER position '
fie will soon be better. have had two nick pupils, School Boy Patrol Justice Rivers Buford Incumbent '!
school and then went back to Dun-
Mrs. O. I!. Cro by, Correspondent
We are using: our new work- nellon. When ten years old she Alescla Noegel and Lillian Wehle. Marjorie Hall went to Branford Members and Elwyn Thomas of Fort ,t ,

ks went to Jacksonville and enrolledin Lillian Is here today and we're during the week-end. Has New -DinnerA Pierce are unopposed for full Bin: '

Edna Prevatt Teacher. I very glad to have her back. Bruner Baker went to Raiford Birthday year terms on the Supreme Court.
the fifth grade. From there __ .0 Sunda... n',.._.... new members of the Bradford : party was given recently at li
eat the Justice II. Chapman Incumbent
OI pupils at Roy ,
MOSt : our
she went to her grandfather'sI the home of Mra. Belle Johns of '
THIRD GRADE NEWSOur I I in Bradford and finished her Cafeteria. L. M. Gaines spent the week- School Boy Patrol who were her la unopposed for election to t i'
New River, the occaalon being '
class has some scienceoks. in school. Reporter, Ida Lee Silcox end at camp on Lake Santa Fe. not on the squad last year are: the two years remaining of the e' '
We are enjoying them very sixth year moved to Teacher Miss Morgan. Clara Flume and Edith Rowe Brian Harold, Frank Robinson, seventy-first birthday anniversary term of the late Justice Fred H. I
In June 1932 Betty In 5
A long table was arranged rt
I In Charles Jones, and A. E. Thorn-
much. We like geography too. spent the week-end Jacksonvillewith Davis. ++ j'
I the State Farm and that Is where the yard under the spreading oak I
In arithmetic we have an honor She SIXTH GRADE NEWS Miss Marian Sapp. Two State Railroad Conuxdsstond i
will find her home today. ton.By trees and was loaded with -
i you
foil for I Enza Weaver, Marlon and Helen this good Increase It shows
those who know their sub- new
completed junior high school in We are enjoying our of good things to eat ere. Eugene S. Matthews and Jerry
faction combinations. So far Science Readers. This week we Dowling were shopping in Gainesville that the boys In Starke are interested W. Carter are unopposed for t ,
I Lake Butler. t
'here Friday. in a good year of Safety Those present Included all of her
are three names on it: Leon It in her Junior that have been studying about the stars reelection.All .
Ellington' Homer O'Neal and Bob- was year such as the Big Dipper, the North A Z. Adklns. Jr., was an at- and in scouting. children and were as follows: C. A.
I of became acquainted Democratic nominees for the
ty Hall. We hope to add several many us Star and The Milky Way. We have tendant In the wedding of Mr. and The AAA who sponsor the Johns and children ),f. L. 'Johns '
with this lady at Bradford State Senate and State house of w i
more names by next week. I young also started using our paints but :Mra. J. C. Adklns Jr. The event School Boy Patrol, hopes that the and family S. M. Johns and fam- f
High. She is now 5 feet, 3 Inchesin I of school chil- ily Wesley Johns and family Mrs Representatives also are unoppos +
We try to kep our room looking 1, haven't finished painting a sceneI took place in the Presbyterian killing and hurting
and weighs 115 pounds; ed. fPermitting
teat Eddie Jackson is the room height yet. We have to make our own Church in Gainesville Saturday I dren will be reduced to a mini- Froney Moody and family Mrs.
brown hair and a cheery +
has light I Truba Hodges and family Mrs.
|uonitor this I October 1. mum. .
week shades of color. L "
Teacher-Miss disposition. When asked what she i i Gayle Sewell and Elizabeth Phil- Ruby Thomas and family and Mra. children to plaY in P .

Buddington. : liked best to do she said she liked The girls in our room are very I lips spent Saturday in Jacksonville -I PRESERVATIVES DANGEROUS Rosa Johns and family. The hon-I tho streets or run from behind i" I

THIRD to go places. I proud of the Volley ball that Mr. TALLAHASSEE. Agriculture oree'a only brother R. S. Johns, parked automobiles Is a bad prac r'I'i A,

We have a GRADE new reader.NEWS It is Betty Jo Is very who friendly knows and her Is Williams Reporter gave them, Mack to play Futch with., I Margaret Pearce was a slsitor I Commissioner Nathan Mayo has of Lake Butler, was present. I tlce. : t (: '

lIed, "Our Wide. Wide World" i liked by every one to Gainesville Sunday afternoon. reported many samples of ham- Friends who enjoyed the event .

lid it gives us the answers to I She Is also very popular in clubs Teacher, Mrs. Searing. I Etta Fae Dyal spent the weekend burger and sausage containing were: Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Butler, come and bring some one with ;.: '

nay questions we have wanted to I| and church affairs. If you have GRADE NEWS In Brooker aa the guest of preservatives dangerous to health Mr. and Mrs. E. A Sapp, Mr. and you f' J

''NOW .I' not met this lovable young lady SIXTH I Marzie Howard. had been discovered by his In- Mrs. S. L. Crews, KIrby Crews R. J. Turner was a business visitor i''Y

One question Is "What is the I'I, make it your privilege to do so Our room We studied has some this new week science about Marjorie Hall visited in Branford spectors. A recent test by the and family, Mr. and Mrs. Charley In Gainesville, Monday "

"M Made of?" I this year. books. last week-end. State chemist showed 16 samples Griner, Mr. and Mra. Herbert Par-, Mr. and Mrs D. B. Thomas ot s f

Billy Smith few I I I She likes many things, especlal- what the Ancient people thought I .. adulterated with sodium sulfite rlsh J. Moody and family Rachel Floral Cty, and Mr. and Mrs.

paragraphs has written a I i ,ly English, picture shows, and about the stars.IOUI' We Wonder out of the 61 Inspected. He said Hodge and the Rev. W. T. McGuire Rondo Johns of Jacksonville were I''
about it. Why 1
i I horse back riding. Her main room has been drawing this was unhealthful and contraryto visiting Mr. and Mrs. N. O. Moody ,; t '"'L

THE SUN"By I Is mathematics of any form. some new pictures.The Shorthand 2 forgot their brief pure food laws. "Inspectors over the weekend.NO'IICH. I'
After Mr McGuire had offered
Billy Smith I, She also tells us that her favorite ball. forms during vacation. ,
volley said
The girls have a new have been Instructed Mayo f
nun Is gathered around
of miles prayer everyone
0 0 0 Lorena forgot her glasses
[ color is blue. We have finished "Plnouhlo" and eye : "to double their efforts on inspec- I
|aWay from our earth. It Is made _. i the table and enjoyed the dinner.
out of I are reading "The Cave Twins." Wednesday. tion of mixed meats and to send We will offer for sale to the highest -
Mrs. Johns received numberof
hot gases. There is no1ater Everyone dislikes\ economics.We I a l bidder nn October S, 1H3H 1 ,
on the sun. Junior NewsWe I We are studying about Germanyand have to bring excuses for us samples at random from every useful presents and greatly appreciated llu a have been Interested In reading part of the State." the good wishes of her B8UKI7. own..'. name Braford D.Infr..y .
aviator could
absentees.We : Tom Itlvar I N. J.l| al.o 1
ny' as far as the sun. he would were sorry to see our boys it In the news. Raymond Hall didn't get something to friends on this happy occasion.Mr. HupmnMla truck motor nuntbal d it

or lave to kep hundreds of thousands defeated last Friday afternoon has been bringing the paper every I drink in the cafeteria Wednes- BUS Southbound SCHEDULE and Mrs Joe Dowling, of A-S44DI. IlEQISTEH MOTOR CO. L't

'miles away from it. If the plane but we believe that they will know Live Oak were visiting Mr. and Starke, FUu

were anywhere near the sun. its how to get out there and win next day.We have started a scrap book I day.Everyone has seemingly forgot No. 205-Due Starke 5:18: p.m. Mrs. R. :J, Turner Sunday afternoon .U.et.IO-7 ?

"ny. would boil as water boils on Friday. The Junior Class sold about ships. Bryan Harrell and ten basketball.The No. 207-Due Starke 11:49: : p.m. .

'a Stove The scientists say the drinks and sandwiches and candy Lyle Anderson brought two sail 11A claaa had to stay in No. 203-Due Starke 12:15: p.m. Mr and Mrs. O. E. Crosby and RELIEF FOR MALARIA CHILLS '

,"a will shine for millions of and we thank everyone for their boats. fifteen minutes at noon Wednes- No. 201-Due Starke 10:20: a.m. children Sherman and Beverly Jo, AND FEVER
J'tarll. our bot There's no time to waste when
co-operation in returning -Reporters, Bryan Harrell Northbound and Muss Bonnie Turner and Wil- i

--- tles. Our net proceeds were $4.25. and Lyle Anderson day.The Business English Class No. 202-Due Starke 1:50: p.m. bur Turner were guest of Mr. and malaria attack Its misery de" I' i

Girls' Basket Ball -+ Teacher Miss Kennedy. can't spell. No. 204--Due Starke 4:15: p.m. Mra. Adam Andrews of Lake Butler jnanda relief. Get Immediately a 1
bottle of Rexall Chill !
Breaker from
Guess Who? --. Mrs. Perkins describing the No. 206-.Due Starke 9:15: p.m. Sunday afternoon. They were : ,

GLEE CLUB GROWINGThe German Flag said: No. 208 Due Starke 3:00: a.m home your Rexall Drug Store. ..fJ I
lu'I'he Interested in playing A tall, dark and handsome boy accompanied by Misses Bet- Take It according to directions. I I'It

t ball met with Mrs. Vandi- In the senior class. He always glee club, with its large Black Is for what we thinkof No. 214-Due Starke 9:20: a.m. ty and Doris Crosby who were will act promptly to relieve the 't tchills

*re smile. He likes the lake, membership of about 136 la bigger war Starke BUll Agent: Beaaley'a week-end guests of Miss Ida Mae '
Monday, Oct. 3. and made we arc a fever and It helps
ttgemente dislikes school and studying.He and better than ever, more inter I Red Is for the blood that Service Station opposite court.* Andrews. ague. I'
for restore normal
alertnes and
beginning prac-
your i
lee but one est Is shown this year than before. would be shed, and lOUlM ,
Tuesday They hope to have likes all the girls The Rev. H. M. Tillman of Jacksonville well-being. tc t!
tour _s On Wednesdays on which day the',, Yellow for the we picture ,
He dr way
school was the dinner of
clan teams. We hope girl I I' particular. guests Buy Rexall Chill Breaker at the r: ;
6e 'lib meets, the period Is used to Hitler. Tb "Who baa the
question /
Juniors have an unusually neatly. Mr. Mrs. J. L. Johns, Tues Rexall Drug Store Carpenter'. I
;cad best advantage. .- -- -< of-way?" has cost a r o"l!
team. + mm many day. He la holding a revival meet- '
The School team will Drug Store In Starke. Look for t'
.elected for the other -- A American railroad diners have life. Use common aenae-it may Ing at the New River '
from the various class Dim our lights ". Baptist the Rexall Store Sign where you
ANS.Jo't"' nde.iIr nn annual fruit bill of $750,000 I a
yourself. save your
tellou expect it Church. Everybody Is Invited to always get the best values in town. ,. r


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'I I Miscellaneous)] ShowerFor Miss Redgrave and Mrs. Two Brides-Elect Honored Mrs. Flynn and Mrs. Inman the new club yea, ? 'i, ''h, '" :
To Take Part in ConventionLocal committees and :n h.>. "
Miss Williams At Bridge Party
RedgraveMiss Honorees At Will be presented ,
I Hope Haynes and Miss Delightful Luncheon Miss Mary Canova and Miss Woodmen Circle members The oflcers will i.i.. ,
,$ I have been Invited to take part In the afternoon
host- ,
Georgia Ilaynes were joint sort
brides- n. v'
Lulu ,
Redgrave popular
Miss Lulu charming of the society
owes Saturday afternoon when Redgrave a district convention president, Miss \\H", ,'
bride-elect, and Mrs. Jack Wil- elect of this month, were honoreesat ;
they honored Miss Lulu Redgrave, at Ocala on Thursday, Oct. 27, vice-president MS, H
bride-elect with a miscellaneous liams, whose marriage was announced a lovely bridge party when Mrs. when delegates will be present ing, secretary anf'1", I"'" "

shower at the Woman's Club building this summer, were honor- Ethel Biggs and Mrs H. C. Rltch from around twenty nearby towns ,, Flume, treasure "s
League Union Meeting Mrs. Flynn I sea at a delightful luncheon Saturday Assisting with various ceremonies .
entertained for them In the home -
at one o'clock at !the home will be Mrs. VIrgle Flynn district -
The regular monthly meeting of Starke I Yellow and white were the col- of Mr. and Mrs. S. R. Johns, Jr., of the former on Walnut St. president. Other mem- SO'fETVII: rTEII
the Garfield-Evans League Unionof I era chosen for the decoration and past Because of lack of ., ,
The home on East Call St., when Mrs. Johns Attractive arrangements o f bers of Starke No. 278 who IJ. I.'
which A Z. Adklns, Jr is the of wild flowers grove number of society gt
; A variety were ami
i end Mrs. H c. Brown entertained daisies III '
captain of ageratum and yellow carrying to attend are: Miss Amy
president will take place in the used to advantage In the auditorIum plan were omitted from th, ,. "rna
I of the members of their bridge club. out a color scheme of orchid Moore, district reporter; Mrs. this week. ? ""{'"
Melrose These .,
Methodist Church at on and sun parlor. Receivingwere Will I 1\ ",
Thursday night, October 13, scene of a the hostesses, the Misses The home was tastefully decor- I and yellow, were used In decorat- Charles J. Powell, district vice and used In our next HM, ",, "i I

promptly at 8 o'clock. Members when she Haynes, and the honor guest, Miss ated with Fall flowers for thla president; Mrs. Maude Andrewsand --... r

of the Epworth League meeting her team Redgrave. The hostesses each wore lovely affair. Low arrangementsof ing.Five In the her choir; and two degree HOME: COMIM:
coral vine centered the two tables were placed de- B.n
During the staffs. The Starke choir and
In the afternoon dresses of blue .
held each Sunday evening royal There Is to be .
living room and scores were kepton a H"?
beautifully appointed luncheon tables staffs will take
a prominent '!
Methodls Church are mem- ning taffeta and Miss at- gree lUng
First Redgrave was Day" at the Brook
tallies attractive
contests In In the dining room, where of an design. part In the evening program by t' BliP''"
this Union and cordially sed, Martha Powell Stump
bers of are Evelyn Church October 10 ,
During the the hostesses ihs: K ,
places for the markedby game and \It
eral lucky I guests were receiving the flag the Bible at Jo"
Invited to meet at the Church tired in a pink movie silk trimmed mer pastors and
Miss with
white presented Canova a cor- memo
cards. Handsome lace of the .
on this date promptly at 7 o'clock Mrs. Flynn with dubonnet velvet ribbon. the opening program.A vited to attend. Th. 1.
of miniature dahlias
cloths added sage yellow f- ,
a further decorative banquet will be served at 6:30: J hll''
for transportation. tertaining Assisting In entertaining were: and Miss Redgrove with one of o'clock at which Mrs. Vonrta In- Is also Invited. All ,?un, ,,' .
---.-- Miss Dorothy Misses Lucile Kennedy: Kitty Hog- note.Mrs. miniature orchid dahlias.At lunch and help HH. "IIi'I' ,
Johns and Mrs Brown man, district manager, will be "
hour she pre- .
The .
Lillian Sternberg, Mrs. Rlcnard G. G. W ,
Grove To Meet I Redgrave and Mrs. the conclusion of the game toustmistress At the evening: pro- \ '1
and Ice
Kldd Mrs S. R. Johns, Jr., Mrs. Williams preach the middny ,
Starke Grove No. 278 will hold Elmo Struth and Mrs. Clifton with hand painted pictures .! Miss Martha Powell was given a gram which will begin at 8 and T. B PIN

It* regular meeting in the W. O. The Young Brown Punch was served from as gifts of remembrance. cosmetic Bet as her reward for I will bo open to the public Mrs. -- It t

W Hall Tuesday night Oct. 11. the Methodist I gaily decorated tables Seated at the tables with the making high score. Mrs. J. n'l Inman will give the response to If your cquipm, n'
All members are urged to be present Food sale hostesses and honorees Mrs Boring won the galloping goose the address of welcome that will
were: I any way, don't
Mrs. L A. Canova played two I usi \ '"
St. I E. R. Struth, Mrs. Richard Kldd prize an ornamental pin. be made by Ocala's mayor. Special

piano selections and Mra. R. J. Davis Mrs. narry n______ }iouston, Mrs' j._ K_., Miss Canova, and .TWI...-a-a .Tat. -.".,*rave I drill_.. __ foam nun_ ovhlhitlnna will.. -.. hn -Rh.--... --
accompanied by Mrs. ClIl'tonBrown Boring, Mrs. Maurice Edwards, received a piece of their selected ed by teams from Lake Duller. -

sang two numbers suitableto Miss Hope Haynes, Miss Evelyn pattern of china from. their host Lake City, Sturke, Ocala, and NORTH or SOUTH

FRESH MULLET the occasion Stump, Miss Lucille Kennedy, Miss esses as gifts of remembrance. Jacksonville.

The miscellaneous shower of Georgia Haynes. Miss Lillian The chosen color scheme was I Women's EAST or WEST

gifts were on display in the sun- Sternberg. Miss Martha Powell, repeated in the dessert course j Little Club

FISH parlor and the guests were con- Alias Kitty Hogsed. and Mrs. H that was served by Mrs. Ritch and Meet Tuesday: AfternoonThe i Give
ducted there by little Betty Ann M. Rlcharde, of the State Farm. Mrs. Biggs at the conclusion of
Flynn, dressed as a bride. Miss Mrs. H C. Ritch the Little Women's Club will ( It
assisted Mrs. a
1 Mary Canova, who will also be a meet Tuesday afternoon at <4< : )
Johns and Mrs.
lb. 7 bride this month, was presented for their guests. Brown n caring; Those enjoying the evening with o'clock In the Woman's Club Audi- TestYOU'LL

2c Cash a gift by the hostesses. the hostesses end honorees were: torium, with the president Miss

An ice course, carrying out the' Mrs. Ruby Jones Becomes Mrs. J. R. Boring, Mrs. T. K. Mc- Doshla Smith presiding.E. FIND Ol'R
L. Williams, principal of
colors of yellow and white, was Clane Mrs E. R. Struth, Mrs. R.
SQUARE DEAL Bride of J C. DowningIn Bradford High School this year Milk the Best
served Misses Virginia and
by I
G Kldd, Mrs. T. Frank Landrum,
GUARANTEED ; will be the guest speaker and Mrs,
Flour Katie Fugate, Frances Lee Peek, Home Ceremony I Mrs. E. L. Matthews Miss Lillian L. A. Canova, president of theWoman's
and Margaret Pearce. Sternberg Miss Mina Manassa Club will also make
Mrs. Ruby Jones became the a
24 IbslBallard's
bride of J. C. Downing, of Monti- Miss Evelyn Stump, Miss Martha brief talk.
Methodist Circles Hold ,cello, in an Impressive Powell, Miss Ruth Rowe, Miss Ab- This will be the first meeting of
ceremonyat bie Harley, Miss Kitty Hogsed, .._
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Obelisk Flour 20 Inspiring: October MeetingsCircle 11 o'clock Saturday evening --
,- r'I;
Miss Ruth Miss
Oct. 1, in the home of Sternberg Hope '
i her brother
Number One of the Meth- AS NEAR TO YOU
Haynes Miss Georgia Haynes,
W. M. S. met Monday after sister-in-law Mr. and Mrs Miss Lucille and 'I FLOWERS
Kennedy Mrs.
W. H. Norgel in the presence ot; AS YOUR TELEPHONE
at the home of Mrs. A. F.
H. M. Rlcharde of the State Farm.
COOKING OIL (the immediate ,
family and a few
with Mrs. Sauls and her
Mrs A II. Green, as conostessea Intimate friends Judge E. K. I FOR ALL OCCASIONS Call 123-J W2 ,+tALL

Graceful coral vine and Ferryman performed the ceremony with headquarters in Alontlcello, ORDERS FILLED
where he and Mrs. Downing will I
were combined to form the ARTISTICALLY-ECONOMICALLY I III
Spaghetti box 3c SALT for the living and d long The rooms of the home were make their home. j PROMPTLY
I j rooms. tastefully decorated with Fall I Among the out-of-town guests i II t

flowers, with yellow predominating at the wedding were Miss Lucille MRS. L. G. POWELL Starke' n
Mrs. Charley E Johns circle U ,
FANCY Jones, of Lake City Charley Cole, |
; ; presided over the pro I The bride chose for her wedding j pf Miami and L. C. Umstead. ol I -- __ .un. .
--- -
. and also the business session.
ROSE White
ice costume an aquamarine dress with Springs.
Bible and devotional
A lovely cor-
i\ was conducted by Mrs. J REMODELINGSALE
of asters and
I sage rose buds com-
White The theme for the THE
pro- plemented her BEYOND GAS MAINS
( was "Work Among the Nefroea .
/ Mrs. Downing has been an em-
COFFEE Lb. lOc STEAK of the South," and Miss
Bryant's Cafe for the WHAT A DAY! JOHNNY FORGOT(
)llve Ray reviewed an article from
past few years and her many TO FILL THE WOOD-BOXTHE
Missionary Outlook on James friends here will regret that her FIRE WENT OUT AND COMPANYCOMING j
Johnson, who was an outstand- ,
S.! SUGAR 5 Lbs. ng figure in education and litera- ,marriage ing Starke.will necessitate her leav- 1..WELLI l WAS We are enlarging our store to twice the

ure. Mrs. A. Wood reviewed an Mr DESPERATE SO I CALLED THE ,

i Buying'I of the work done among the Florida Downing Power Is connected and Light with Co., "PYROFAX" GAS PEOPLE AND present size in order to give the people of

Negroes on an island off the TOMORROW llL HAVE A Bradford County and vicinity a larger variety
Toilet Tissue of South Carolina. "Nourshlng BRAND-NEW MAGIC CHEF
3 r iota[ Corn
of first-class merchandise.Large
Food" was the subject of a "PYROFAX" GAS RANGE i irbHIl'fASOaAlT .
by Mrs Carrie Rltch. SMART NEW

, t BEST WHITE Mrs Johns conducted a short ywr Counter of MISSES' AND LADIES'
BACON session; Mrs. W. B. Parks LADIES' AND
LB. her duties as secretary FallDresses GIRLS'SATIN
reports from committees: were SLIPS

4I *. Bazaar plans were discuss S HOE

The following announcement was Worth up to $2 Sale Price
20cLARD[ ,
Dressing, qt. __ by Miss Olive Ray: A district Sale Price
of the W. M. S. will be

October 14, at 10:30: A. M., at .' 98cNEW

i RIB STEW LB. Springfield state president Methodist and other Church of 98c

will be present and the lo
.i I1OMK GROUND society Is urged to attend.A LOT FALL
GRITS sweet course was served by
4i MEAL 10 Lbs. I8c '
Sauls and Mrs. Green to the ALL LEATHER

'Ii T-BONE FRESH guests: Mrs. E, K. Per SILK CREPES

ROUND OR PORK man, Mrs. W. B. Parks, Mrs. J, ...YOt/LtLOVEIT.!! WORK SHOES
A Wood Mrs. M. B. Herlong,, r y Worth up to $1.00 per yard
HAMSLB. Charley E. Johns, Mrs, E. S. OF Sale Price Sale Price

LB. Mrs Carrie Ritch and LIVING OUT
Olive Ray. t 1 HERE IN THE
S LO.'ESAPPL&i $1.49 49cA
Circle Number Two was enter- % | COUNTRY WITNOUT"PYROfAI -
BREAD _____ 25c I Peanut by Mrs L. A. Davis, whose "

was attractive with croto- 11 GAS

NO. 2 purple spike and other Octo- A Bulk Lot of LOT LADIES' AND

f TOMATOES flowers arranged in bowls and MEN'S WINTER :MISSES' SILK AND

1 The circle chairman, Mrs. Davis ..

DIME BRAND the business session No need to wait till you're des- WORK PANTS '

\OLEO was opened with prayer by perte..call ui today, and begin DRESSES

MILK __ IOc Pearl Simpson. Mrs. L. C. enjoying the economy,efficiency A Real Value
was appointed to lead the cUnnliitat of"P YHOP AX"Gas
At Price
Sale Price a Real Sale
cooking at ocel!
meeting at the church on
j November 2. You'll be surprised to know
Flour 10 ,
Pillsbury following committee to put that"PYAOPAx"Gas inexpensive.: The "PYHOFAX"Service is so 89c $1.98
In the church was appoint-
t Velvets Satins
Gas regulating equipment is
pro'Yided'at"o -
: October 9, Mrs. L C. Ray and
i Z FOR i COUNTRY O. W. White. October 16, charge;you pay only
r the small installation of A Large Variety
t. Apple Butter 25c 1 BUTTER W E. Middleton and Mrs. ALL SIZES charge MENS FELTHATS
I $9.7S. The gas itself costs as lit. :MENS WORK: & DRESS
Smith. October 23, Mrs L
tie as \\4 per meal per person.
: and Mrs I>. P.
Vining Carpen
G. NORTHERN $3.98 to $24.98 "PYROFAX- Gas is real gas,
Beans October 30, Mrs Jim Ritch SHIRTS
not a liquid fuel,and with It you
t B. LIMAS Mrs. Sanford Ritch. Novem banish firewood, coal, ashes,
I Ii 16 Mrs. A. Z. Adklns and Miss NEW STYLESA lOOt, wicks and messy fuels for All Sizes All New Fall Styles
Ray. Plans for the bazaar
II.If4 KEY; I 18 &..lis. ever. These Shirts Worth $1.00 Worth $1.50
December were discussed. Mrs.
i MILK, 3 tall 17c j ONIONS offered her home as the glorious( collection of Sale Price Sale Price

rl, for her circle to give a tea dresses for sports and

Mrs. Hogan Smith was ap street wear. You'll be 49c 98c

Salmon Tank chairman of arrangements. delighted with the thrill-
circle was pleased to welcome ing new fall styles.
a new member Mrs. E. L. Wil

Flowers for all
The first number on the
! I Lb... ,23c I.CATSUP was the devotional service MIXED WOOL GOOD QUALITYSWEATERS

ducted by the president, Mra. THIS SPECIALGROUP Cntt Mctiom diagram of typical
J, Griffin. The subject of the "FYaOFAX": Cat i JlaJJ.uitwl.PYROFAX.
Scratch Feed b0.50? was "Work Among the TODAY AT PANTS tl

: I of the South," and differ I S

phases of the work were pre- Worth $1.25
by Miss Amelia Ray Mrs. 49c to 98c
Sale PriceMisses' ..
t,, Agent Robinson, Mrs W. E. MId- ..
and :Mrs. Hogan Smith.
and Ladies Twin
The hostess served a fruit salad t GAS SERVICECOOKS 98cAlexander

TRUE 1AN with hot tea to the Clar-Jean Sweater Sets-all wool
guests: Mrs W. P. ...HUTS WMTCI...NAMES ICY
fOIlOW"j M_1haM....CM M bM
A. Z. Adklnfl Mrs T J

F Better Mrs. Pearl Simpson, Slioppe SeeQUIGLEY

Stroman, Mrs. Frank Robinson & DAVIS, & Co.
Amelia Ray, Mrs. Hogan
Get Our Low Prices Before
;, Mrs. W. E. Middleton, Mrs.E. .\ Phone 97 Dealer for Klectro-Acouatle Lab.,

L. Williams and Mra. U C. Ray. WUllston. Fla.

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l 7. 1038
n u ...-. . _. __ _n _____._ .-- -.----- ._ --- -__. n' ______ ____-'----=____-'..___' -- .
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"1I' | Friends of Miss Martha Brown- low New Testament unuage and I Young people will be presided over ROTICR ftKOtt API..If'.4.'fIO.'V' ter of Northeast Quarter A

|lieI' will be glad to learn that she regard the first day of the week. Iby I Frank Robinson, 111. Gayle r ... Tit I>KK1' North Halt of Soiithwut Quarter -
(!* < 11111 No. 1A3NOTICE >>> of Northeast
i Is recuperating at her home utter Resurrection Day an their day or Si-well. will direct the study of the Quarter : -
IS HEIIEBY GIVEN That 16 Township 7 South, Range
Bits of I being 111 In Riverside Hospital in worship He declared that "many Henlor-Young People and Patsy W ]f. "'Smith holder of Tax Certificate. 21 East, containing: 40 Acres,
Jacksonville for some time. loaders who are considered great Keene) directing the study of the Numbered respectively, 35 !I.- more or Ions, and Containing In
I sued September' 7, 1830, all lumimlSeptomlmr all 120 Acres. ., more or less.
today finally may not be great at Intermediates. .
7 1936 and 40 l issued The assessment of the milcl properly -
" Bring your fresh eggs to Suivan- all. I should, rather think that the Preaching service will be conducted September' 7, 193ft. has filed lame In under said certificate. No. 35
I I my office and han made application was In the of Jim
Local Nev truly great ones are they who are
nee by the pastor at the newly tor lax dead l to be Incited thereon.. the assessment of tho said property
quietly performing their devotions established 7:30: o'clock hour. An Said certlflratea respectively embraces under said certificate No. (6 was In
to God and consistently performing the following described properties the name of Walter Robinson; and
CONCERNING OUR PEOPLE, BUSINESS AND Mrs. T. H. Slade and baby, JoAnne their obligations Innovation has been created con- In t the County of Bradford, the assessment of the said property;
to man. They
cerning the evening service. The State' of Florida, to-wit:
under said certificate No. 40 was In
'gt PROGRESS OF THE COUNTY ANn TOWNCol of Baxley, Ga., are guests are largely the people who worshipIn doors of the Church are opened at Said Certificate No. 15, embraces16ast the name of Walter Robertson.
'BU of Mr. and Mrs. D. P. Carpenterand Church on Sunday." 7 o'clock, music will 6 Acres of South one- Unless said. certificates shall be
quiet Organ
Mr. and Mrs. T. T. Long. Mrs. fourth of Southwest Quarter of redeemed. according to law the
"pn Carpenter and Mrs. Slade Next Sunday night Mr. Shepherd be played by Mrs. B. K. Perryman Northeast Quarter Section S properties described therein will bit
"rIng spent will speak on "Abiding Com- from 7:15: to 7:30: and at the latter -I East Township 7 South: Range 81 old to the highest. bidder at the
--01 Tuesday In Jacksonville. containing 8 Acre, .
more Court-House door on the first Mon
munity Values. A special Invita- the service will
period proper or Ions .
day In the Month of November
V. Knight Mrs. W. P.
jj Kemp will be hostess Mrs. S. F. Hamrick tion Is Issued to public schoolteachers begin. Worshipers are urged to Said Certificate No. 38, embraces which' Is. the 7th.. day of November i
irt ,In (ialncsvllle Monday. to the L. T. L. Tuesday afternoon returned to attend this service anda come early and have these fifteen Southeast Quarter ot Southwest A. D. 1938.
to her home ,
at 3:30: o'clock. Saturday after spending Quarter A Northwest Quarter Dated this the ,
6th day of October -
' friendly welcome to all at this ft of silent and
minutes as period nf
vinln Is| visiting ret the summer In Savannah, Ga., Southeast Quarter Section 9 A D. 1938OFFICIAL.
'tat( Mrs .1D and all meetings of the church. personal meditation' worship Township 7 South Range 91
Dublin, Ga.. this week. Mars A. F. Sauls with her son-in-law and daughter East, ( SEAL)
(r. .tS ,n and Miss Helen .---- The Church will be prepared to containing. 80 Acres, morn' A. J. THOMAS.
Dr. or lessSaid
and Mrs.
C. W. Mrs.
Pratber Denny. METHODIST Ulntl"1I
". spent Wednesday after- add to this form of Clerk of Circuit Court of
id... with the Suwannco Store noon In Jacksonvlle. Hamrick was accompanied to Church School and Rally Day South Certificate No. 40, embraces Bradford County Florida.
1'J1IIIo Half
the month of October the of Northwest Quar- 10-7-Ct-ll-4
Starke by Dr. and Mrs. During
. am wtiuUly Have you money.G was appropriately observed last .
y Miss Mary Canova, of Tallahassee Sunday morning at the Methodist pastor and his leaders are stressing -

, '1 G I. 1 itti'n, ofvei'kcnd Tallahassee, Is the guest of her mother -I Friends of Mrs. Glen Duke and Church The pastor conducted the the Importance of the mid-

here with Mrs E. E. Canova. baby. Gull Adair will be interested service and presented W. B. Sew- week Prayer' meeting services, DRINK -I In
to learn that they have returned ,,11. \Mrs. A Wood, 'Mrs E. K.
Inn, with the expectation of assembling -
to their home In Miami from
Suwannoe offer you good \nluen Perryman und Miss Kate Struth,

vt i-i Sewell and Mrs. D., und honest ",,'Ight!!. the Jackson Memorial Hospital.Mrs. who made talks concerning the large congregations for these

MrKn>- ,).'nt Saturday In Jack-- Duke will be rememberedhere different departments of the very Important and most wOI.th.wl1l1e P : r 1

"\." The W. C. T. U. will meet ua Miss Leila Dea Andrews. Church School. The program was I Wednesday night meetings. I Q1Ac.- rtJL \

- with Mrs. F. A. Scott this after- prepared by Mrs. Perryman. W. The leaders for the month are Dr ; !-

I Oat) planting time he-re. Colter's noon at 3 o'clock instead of 330.: "have moved iie\t door to the P. Smith made an interesting ad- I M. B. Herlong the Intermediate ; 1'.1. ,-, Ileitis

highest yielding, rUNt Rita Theatre. iusett' Hurdwure. dress concerning the Adult DivisIon -
greed/ I ( Department (led by Patsy Keene), I
,I.ting/ awed. outs. Se Suwanneo Mrs. Mae Jones, of Jacksonville, of the Church School and the Circle No.1 of the Woman's MIssionary -

111'1'Dr was the guest Wednesday of her Miss Dorothy Noegel left Sun- Church. Society, and the Board of
brotlter-in-law and sister, Dr. and day for Live Oak where she has This Sunday the pastor, the Rev. I Stewards on each of the Wednesday -, J

w B Middleton has renee Mrs. W. E. Middleton. accepted a position in the Hill- Frank Robinson will administerthe ; evenings of the month In the I

u hIS home after spend- crest Bakery. While in Live Oak Sacrament of the Lord's Sup- order named.

two i' weeks at his camp at Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Mulchings, Miss Noegol will make her home per at 11 o'clock. He will be assisted .

nay Bluff Ga.UJflllT'flDS. of Gainesville, spent Saturday and with her uncle and aunt Mr. and by the choir rendering an ADS: IN THE TELEGRAPH GET

Sunday with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Albert. Mlxon. anthem and also singing the choral EXCELLENT RESULTS

Mrs. T. M. Hutchings here. responses which are a part of the
Tho loral Suwonnee Store Is Communion service. The congregation Advertising In the Telegraph Mathews Dairy
gets excellent results, the
owned and says
Mrs. J. M. Alvarez, Mrs. D. A. operated by Aubrey will also take part in the
Creomulslon makers of
I Monteith, Margaret and Joe Mon- Moore. service by joining la the responsive Company,
Creomulslon, a prescription for
, teith and Rhodes readings. Mrs. F. H. Long will
Ralph spent
) Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Matthews Coughs, Colds and Bronchial Irri-
preside at the organ.
Tuesday afternoon In Jucknonville.
spent the week-end in Orlando as The newly formed classes, new tations.A .
QOE SURE Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Griffin and I guests of Dr. and Mrs. H. B. Mc- : teachers and pupils will meet during consistent user of newspaper

Miss Annie Darby spent Sunday Lendon. They were accompanied the Church School hour and space for many years, the Creo-

afternoon in Palalka visiting Mr. : home by Mrs. E. S. Matthews who will begin the new year In classes.A mulslon Company has again start- 5 Percent Butter Fat

and Mrs. II. C. Ritchard.heupcr had been visiting her soninlawand npeelal. invitation to adults Is ed a nationwide advertising cam.

L'XJ1 Red sow, straight split daughter. being extended! by Mrs. J. W. palim on their product with regular -

Jd ode slope In one ear and <<<' rent and lower White and Mr. Sewell teachers of Insertions in the Telegraph. v

ptnt swallow fork and upperpe I now an (jHxHftt's. Hardware.prh'l"8// Miss Lucille Jones, of Lake City, I the two Adult classes. The Creomulslon, recommended by MILK HEAVY CREAM BUTTER

IB i other Owner can have for. spent the weok-end here with Mr. study of the Ten Commandments thousands of physicians and druggists ,
and Mrs. W. H. Nocgel. Friendsof will be featured is sold and guaranteed by
during the next
i mis ad and feed.-P. B. Johns, Judge and ]Mrs. A. Z. Adkins
Miss Jones will be interested all stores.
1, Box 54, Lawtey. 2tp and family have moved back to to few weeks. drug
learn that she has recently movedto Promptly at three o'clock In the
their (town residence after spend- AND BUTTERMILK{
\.''TED Pair lIec 1d-hand floor ing the summer at Kingsley Lake.E. Monticello, where she will make afternoon the second quarterly

,''latform scales scaling COO to her home with her mother, Mrs. conference will be held. At this MAY BLOSSOM'S

0 pounds, Must be in good con- J. Ross, of Portland Oregon, J. C. Downing und Mr. Downing. time reports from the pastor Gen

<1< ion and. priced right.-J. S. Lls- Is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. T. M.! eral Superintendent of the Church I School of MORNING AND EVENING

'y, Box 314, Starke Fla. Hutchings and family this week Nuwunnce's manager believes In School, Board of Stewards Wom-
4HO-15: home and. homo DELIVERIES
people. an's Missionary Society Young DancingAT
Mr. Ross arrived Monday. n.__._'_ __... _".___ ill '-_
f a woe k t&uu uuivia w UB
'f. SALE) Poland-Chlna-Duroc-I Capt. S. A. Bryan returned this heard. All members of the official B. H. S.
Suwunnee III I here to stay. Trade
and first litter of
ley BOW ; I week from a month's tour which board and any interested membersor I L GIVE US A TRIAL I
Li. Good large stock. C. V. In- with iw and we will trade with
took him as far west as Los An- friends are cordially Invited to EVERY MONDAYS
right 4- miles northeast of jou.
j I gelea and as far north as Chicago. attend. At this meeting delegates
,rke Itp TO I 5 I M.
While away he visited Dr. Arthur to the Annual District Conference
Mr. and Mrs. S. R. Johns, Jr., ,
'R RENT Furnished and un- and daughter, Dorothy Ann, were I Brooking:, a former resident of which Is to be held in November, Classes Limited

'uralshed apartments. Also amimed guests Thursday of Mrs. Johns' Starke and ex-employee of Capt. will be elected. .r

[ house very desirable parents. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Hitch, Bryan. The worship service for the .
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il I close In Mrs S. F. Hamrick. in Jacksonville. -- ,
Jlh Walnut Street.' ltp Peanuts and peanut hay at Gas-

Mrs. W. S. Robinson, of Dupo, I sett's Hardware. I
Illinois arrived Sunday to spend
md business location. Must sell Mrs. L. O. Powell has returnedto
several days with her brother and I have
iuse of other interests. $450: her home from New Orleans,
sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. T. M. HAROLD C. WALL
sh or terms. Lindsay Griffia, Hutchings and family.Our where she attended the wedding ,
IT Cook's Store Starke. LTP Sunday afternoon of her brother, 'IOU

PONE desiring to disk harrow Garden Seed will come up W. T. Fripp, of Key West, and ( Over 50 Years) R
Miss Lois Morgan, of New Orleans.
land with tractor see J. Maurice and make you money. Full lino alii l i .
Mrs. Powell was accompanied to We write EVERY form of INSURANCE-Consult us as
Suwnnnoe Store Starke. j
wards Starke Fla. 10-7-41
I New Orleans by Mr. Fripp. you would your Lawyer or Doctor. You may save '

money and grief. Remember money spent with your ''*a"
Try trading at Suwanneo once] local agent may come back: to you.Pecan a
: and we believe you will want

Back In 1918 a man that drove come Travel

from here to Jacksonville In 2 for
Miss Vonda Inman, who Is a
hours and a- half was a driving call ,
graduate of the B. H. S., Is nowa plaCM
a fool. Now If you take over an U Ut sail stoange sleek new ,Y ad '
sophomore In the University of aboard a
hour you're Just a slow poke 91 Every ':
v Tow bus.
Alabama at Tuscaloosa Miss Lines '
In the old lays they thought Florida Motor wonder historic "'
Inman Is active as a Y. W, C. A. Sale 01 natural and
Tome James<< wan a MK shot cause type great city
adviser, a member of the Wesley treasure U reached. N
be held up n train or two and got I America m i
Players and Black Friars Next gas resort old trip" to
with a few thousand dollars. same
away week she will take part In the by bue."Tb. becomes; e new
Now if you're smart and have a place
first play of the season, which is lamillaf bus.an .
face, ran walk by rM
goad pokrr you sofas
called "A Meeting of the Holy
uwny with a whole country and Rollers." FRIDAY OCTOBER 14THThe

make em like It. Times have ,
October beNt month to plant fall Y y'

PART WOOL DOUBLE COTTONBLANKETS ,oats.prices.See Suwannoe Store, good above date has been named as a date EYEfor

suited for first PECAN SALE .
BLANKETS best our day, w' ,
Mrs.. W. H. Nollman and daughter t.

'lie I Miss Catherine Nollman, were beginning promptly at 2:00 P. M. Comfort+
6hSo-.wpight 2 Ibs. A nice
S Ibs. Blue 66x76 weight ansortinent guests this week of Mrs. Nollman's

Pink and Yellow plaids of colored plaids mother, Mrs S. F. Hamrick, en-

route to their home in Sebring Growers should bring their pecans to the These new Florida Motor tine bigb J
$1.98 $1.19 revolutionised
after enjoying the summer In where will have of buses have brilliantly
plenty ate
we buyers They
Highlands N. C. Mrs. Noll man way ttavel riding ...*
l lot
and Miss Nollman were accompa- to cover the offerings. Bring them dur- designed cushioned leclln-
nied to Starke by Mills EVil Hed- draft" windows

den, who will spend the winter ing the morning hours of the above date in orb that chairs open with no the finger-Upa,

SWEATERSCoat with Mrs Hamrick. comlort.
Coat order to provide proper'weighing and tag- and every

ntjle-pull overs-cotton men and women. Prices. Satisfaction. of back /'
sad 1 wool never so low considering. quality Is JSuwuimee'ii policy.your money ging for sale, then a receipt will issue to you 4

--.---- covering.You Yte uN.
50c up $1.00 up BAPTIST VII IJtCIII ./

I Members of the Baptist Church URGE
I1 1- I and visitors in the evening congre- will have the benefit of an EXPERI an

BIO LINE OF EXTRA GOOn VALUES gation heard an earnest and Interesting '
I treatment, last Sunday ENCED FLORIDA AUCTIONEER, who for Saving <

LADIES' COATS |I DRESSES night, of an ancient commandment will interest himself in obtaining the highest -
to "Remember the Sabbath Day to of '

I"1'1"fonts' to fit all sizes at the An fine a line of dresses. aa you Keep It Holy." Introducing! the prices, and after auction hours, you will Mo other kind for x mole: m'I' e
you will find In tittle.
want to pay sermon, the Reverend Leslie Shep- costs 511 1 Irlpp
hard, pastor of the Baptist Church, be privileged to sell at private sale should ?

$4.98 up $1.98 to $4.95BARGAINS remarked that although the sub oW uT n y
elect to "NO SALE" at Auction. tsaj
you I
ject might be considered "unpop ..ltl.slaa
---- 'wt'ti1CA00
ular" he believed that "When we 44.KaOYtILha__--------.- 15.HO y1 4a
: WINTER.UNDERWEAR INMEN'S see It In its true light, we shall '" CITY: ---- a.aDT
Don't forget the date, OCTOBER 14TH, N..1W,. sO-__.--- ------ 3A6
HATS discover that this commandment ---- kla
I points to a privilege that we shall come and be with us whether or not you 0Ki.A-.UO".a.AIIA..EID. :a.K5 '

R..v Hats for old and young men not want to surrender." The mln- Service Sta.

: ribbed union nulls.-foraliie and men who stay young- I'Inter emphasized the fact that have pecans to sell.BRADFORD .
tier l \ lACY CON".\y. Act.III .
and humane
now priced from Jesus took a reasonable -

view of Sabbath observance, _

79c I 98c to $2.95It declaring that "Sabbath was made Y

for man and not man for the Sabbath 7 ttmetas

Pays to Buy at ." Mr Shephard further COUNTY STATE "r ttI0s6
pointed out that the most effectual 10

way to "remember" the Sabbath

day la to keep it holy; to reserveIt

as an opportunity for worshipand FARMERS MARKETJ. ,Il

spiritual re-creation. The

speaker explained that while the S. LISENBY Mgr. [
ancient Sabbath was the last day | .

of the week, Christians today fol

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; GAINESVILLE. -- Saturday TALLAHASSEE o v ern o r
SENSE A night at 8:15: m. the University ifl' y !"
COMMON p. Cone has rejected a proposal to ob- '
Weekly from I I of Florida "Fighting Gators" stage ligate gasoline tax revenues for
7 their second game under the the next 10 years to finance a
lights of Florida Field, meeting the $48,000,000 road building programin fte

:MINOR ELEMENTS! SOLVE CARE i Sewanee Tigers in a game they 1931) and 1940. Officials who

IliFFLINO TROUBLES OF hope will be more successful than drafted the plan, which included a

PLANTS AND ANIMALS! By 'I the opening game two weeks ago PWA loan and grant, said the gov swit

Extension when they were upset by Stetson. ernor's disapproval meant abandonment Mmjijm
Mysteries that once surrounded Food costs
I + of the proposal. "I am
many unexplained ailments of both. TUBERCULOSIS DEATHS opposed to mortgaging the future -

plants, and some of animals, are the best care i JACKSONVILLE. Deaths gas tax of the state of Florida fora iV L'ilV Nk" *

gradually being cleared up by scientific over, clean I from tuberculosis In Florida drop long period of time," said a >f*

inveptlgation. One by one health and ped during the first six months of formal statement made public by 4 (
these troubles are being traced to JjA
the most this year. The State Board of one of the governor's secretaries. .
a lack or excess of so-called minor ly perishable t I Health announced 495 persons ;

elements. From the 10 chemical handling died of the white plague in the DEER: IMPORTED

elements thought to be necessaryfor Food must first half of 1938. Last year there TALLAHASSEE. The first .s- Ali

plant growth 30 years ago the spoilage! by I were 503 deaths during the same herd of deer ever to be Importedat

list has grown until now 58 chem- molds, by I six! months. The announcementsaid public expense from another BERNE Ind I p

icals have been found In plants of bent and cold, I tuberculosis deaths topped state to stock Florida national for- Menno Elclict. oi \ i 1\'a
kind another and 64 dif- '
one or absorption of deaths from automobile accidentsby est game areas has arrived at the Indiana viewing M;.. ,, '";
ferent ones are known to be pres- and household two weeks old I 170 for the period. U S. forest ranger station at Wil- damage on his tar. m \ I',1 ret
ent In soils.Deficiency. mal parasites. Beaucoup It I +----- ma, Liberty County. Twenty young Prof. E. W. Fltih ..r :i i \ i:,* 'o
diseases, caused by a eral rules for 80 pounds UNION fawns from the Plsgah national Indiana, corn borer ?,,o.1;ii, I "'Junl
lack of some elements, have been spoilage In the : and the third COUNTY TIt1PLETSLAKE game preserve in North Carolinaare the damage In thit. n?I I i ,ups, '
BUTLER Union Coun-
yielding to research rather rapidlyIn Keep all old and she -- being weaned at the Wilma greatest he has ty recorded Its first triple birth the
the last ten Chlorosis of
years them from station preparatory to being reivaocu United States
tomatoes on certain Florida marl when a girl and two boys were .. .. Lib ", -...-...- --.. and in n. ,i sk,I uq
contamination lu arty; utuiuuia uiiu heavy as in Canada II,
I \\
born to Mr. and Mrs. John Hunt' snare
traced to
soils has been manganese
carriers of Baker Counties as the nucleus ofa The Infestation
ago. in 'hlK
rosette citrus of Lake Butler. The triplets weighed field
deficiency, ,
pecan Moat federal-state stocking project. Is 100
ganisms. percent, with .
leaf and white bud to between five and six pounds mimv of the
mottle corn The fawns will be set free In
cool also. stalks
kept having as many
i at
BRIDGE each. All are "doing Dr. 12era. bor.
lack of sufficient zinc, and crack- nicely.
management of the Osceola
as crackers, areas Much of the
ed-stem of celery to shortage of J. E. Mains, attending physician, is broken
and national forests.
from Apalachicola down, and the
ears fir"'
boron. Tung bronzing and other reporter enjoy- stated that this was the first set light and
foods, such as imall.
troubles and certain ornamental of triplets he remembered having
from losing with several WOULD SEND OLD MEN -
diseases have been shown to be been born here since the countywas --
of TAMPA.-A plan to send old men always have been
milk our Long called to
Keep ,
formed in 1921.FINANCIAL .
due to lack of zinc or other ele-
and fish, and Friday after- men as well as young into the pay the price while tht ments. Copper and manganese and vegetables trenches in event the United who planned the wars stay at

have made possible crop production of 50 degrees BULWARKJACKSONVILLEA States becomes involved in an home. A general conscription of

on vast acreages of fertile less in order to whose attrac- financial European conflict was approvedby men, regardless of age would get

peat in the Everglades.Farm micro-organism I situated on the bulwark of $14,835,075 safeguardsmore Florida Townsenditea. W. H. the war planners as will as the

manures, compost, wood ing and decay.Thoroughly. the bridge, than 50,000 needy Floridians King, of St. Petersburg, author of young men who have no voio. in the
ashes and similar products seem I from the dreary prospect of unem the resolution, said "The young arranging of wars."

to be more effective in supplyingand that is ployment. This Is the huge sum H___ __ _
conserving the minor elements vegetables to this county- which is being used to finance 644wrA

than do concentrated fertilizer materials even though tie ea. H a ."nm...D urn.. construction projects, .in on 10
developed in recent years. gerous larger than the major classifications which either
But farm manures and wood ashes or leaves. As and they are I already are active, or which have Full line of Caskets & Undertakers Supplies

are much less abundant than they meats of any that the limbs been authorized for operating by AMBULANCE' SERVICE

were a few decades ago, and con- eaten. at any moment. Robert J. Dill, State administrator nAY AND NIGHT
53 PHONE: -53O.
sequently are more difficult to ob- of the works
down the road, II. BENNETT. Mirr.
tain. The use of elements other Keep left-over .
than nitrogen, phosphorus and potassium and covered : Long of SHORT DEER SEASON "A HOME-LIKE INSTITUTION"FUNERAL

t in fertilizers therefore be- especially In place TALLAHASSEE.-Florida hun-

comes of increasing Importance.The if possible, : ( first more like ters will have 18 days of deer 0' .
chemists now tell us also before serving of one of our hunting in the Ocala national for- DIRECTORMy

that the quantity of minor elements gerous poisons farmers Mr. est this winter, and they will pay
in a soil may be quite suf-I in such foods in the field but $2 each for the privilege. HuntingIn Years Experience Makes It Possible for !Me to Render
ficient for the production of a changes show us around the 200,000-acre tract in Marion EFFICIENT
Fats and fat
large crop of healthy plants and us sample his and Putnam Counties will be limited
yet be insufficient to properly meats and kind that are to the month of December, DeWITT C. JONES

nourish the animals feeding upon kept cool and The col and will be prohibited on Mondays, Starke, Florida

the plants. The animals ordinar- proof shrubbery, and !. Wednesdays and Fridays. A hun- Day ph. 1 :-Vlnht pk. Ill
ily must have much more sodium cidityStore home Is. ter will be allowed to kill only one =

and chlorine than plants contain. bread should Inspire buck deer during the season. Kill-
Since the dawn of history this ered box or to beautify ing of other game is prohibited. y

plant deficiency has been met by frequently to .

the addition of salt to the rationor opment. INCREASED IN AREA For
Flour that Mr. Expert RepairingSmith's
diet. Iodine is now often addedto TALLAHASSEE.-22,000 acres
I, is that his
the diet also dry groceries of land in Leon and Wakulla Counties -
and spot in Brad-
Copper, iron and cobalt, In addi- protected II.'C have been added to the St.
tion to salt, correct the salt sick pests. Tea, says the cold Marks migratory bird refuge and
their flavor Satsuma
trouble with cattle grazing on the placed under administration of the GarageDAY
tainers. while other
j forage of certain areas In Florida. bureau of biological survey. This
Canned foods river were not
Phosphorus and calcium have been increased the wild life refuge to
shown as necessary additions to dry closet or 89,000 acres. The bureau said the 31
I glass jars ; at the old PHONE 120 NIGHT-PHONE
the rations of animals on other refuge serves as a winter haven I
areas. the light to of F. M.'a. is for thousands of Canada geese and
i It Is even believed now that peo- ing. her hip, In large flocks of wild duck, while Wrecker Service Day or NightsEeuirv I

ple eating vegetables produced on Under year. In spite deer, quail, turkeys mink and racoon IIJ

"salt sick" land will need additional refrigerator.. Is she still gets inhabit the upland area. ===:
minerals just as animals meant keeping in keep- .
grazing on grasses from those one witu going on in the ANOTHER WINDFALL

lands need them. We may yet only clean ice oak trees on TALLAHASSEEComptroller !

learn that there are fresh vege- clean containers enough J. M. Lee returned from a trip to

it clean by the song- by the Atlanta with $_QflnAn_,_v_ A__* estate
genuine neatness.Adequate I If he could see tax collections that he said, would

BUSINESS the old home prevent a new financial crisis in
containers make
now business the state's month-end business.

DIRECTORY home.safety In State Col- With these payments, the comptroller A small amount each

Tallahassee. reported he could meet a week invested in '

in his working $250,000 payroll for September, r ,fixourRetirementPlan
tables and other : not far from and could make the remainder of "'
1 J
and start a graded road. a cash payment for the state's

1 The drink erals through on the high, share of a PWA project to builda will enable you to

+ ourselves and of McKinney new power plant at the Hospitalfor
that for our cattle. to be ideal for the Insane in Chattahoocbee. a regular income <,

to develop week
per at
s everybodyknow8 modern chick- NEW PENSION FLAN

666 has 500 head BARTOW. The "$30 Every the age of 60 or 65.

In which Is a Thursday" pension plan which
1 /: the way to originated in California and was See our local agent ,
5f/ primarily responsible for the de-
I Lln.l'.iV'r-fcl'*.. advocate of feat of Senator McAdoo In the re- or. write I'1m.

.... TryItubMrl No.. Drop "'" to keep cat cent primaries held in that state, ..r r..nn ee
bobbed in Florida Jut week
, + COCA-COLA DOT. CO. LI.. several min- up
I I I discus- with the formation of the Florida -
Pension Plan Association which
PiT has petitioned the circuit judge
here for a charter, which was
r H E Model A back
't minutes the promptly authorized by Judge 0 .

CARPENTER'SThe around Mc-

left behind and
Rexall Store
flat pine


Estimates Given Cheerfully Yj (d' section area it is once no FORGET THE HEAT. I'MJr;;

to think that PAUSE AND REFRESH
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I E. A. WINKLERRadio I quiet coun- "
'I be sur- .
and Electric Service C H
AIR lights of I

You'll EnJoyEATING town understanding residents 1 ..

from this
With Us

J' OrangeBlossom to town we a o

f Jy and a car 1. .

Cafe returning to +
_ _ _ Long Bridge 'k
the after-

1 SERVICE Starke. How I

:400 easy meth- d
WITH 0 Nf the incon-

days when
'I Ie I twenty-feu
: at ede modem VII
OPEN DAY AND 10UT/ heart of downtown county records

Houston Service Sta. room radio.with Every tub bed and Starke first moved when When days are hot..* frosty bottle of Coca-Cola Is

von ud .readlni ; cold, ice-cold..and so refreshing. Look for the ,
PLUMBING water OB every familiar red cooler with. the words"OrinkCoca-Cote'! \

Prompt Service attreasonable : : known any on It. Pause there and be refreshed.
I and automo I
Prices O.ti I, s. then, Coca Col i: r
; perPAO" .
Let Me Estimate Your Job 110,11. FATTIH ; who lived be ._..... D.Idour end .fr.shlng {

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I I tamed less than one-third of------1 doing such work as making artificial GRAHAM I SUNNY BROOK FARM" I .WOODLAWNMr

ECONOMIC country's children between flowers, sewing buttons on Mrs L. C. Smith, Cor. Mm, Floyd R. Crosby, Cor. I *. Oscar Carter, Cor. ,
I ages I cards, clocking hosiery embroidering _

Child labor Itself due to low children's clothing stuffing Mr and Mrs' Norman Johns of Raymond Brown, of Plant City, i Mrs Grace Norman, of Lawtey,
wages for adult workers! Is also I and stitching baseballs Althoughthis Heilbronn Springs, Wilt vslting her spent last week here as the guestof
I In few with his
spending a days ,
CONDITIONSOF a source of cheap competing la-1 I Is a relatively recent tendency mother Mrs. C Fogg, over the relatives and attended churchat
bur, and thus It tends to make In the South there are Indications week-end mother, Mrs. Arle Brown. Hellbronn.

wages even lower, hours even that such work Is Increasing. M,'. and Mrs. J. B. Crews of Friends of little Russell Crosby Mr. and Mrs. Dalton Carter were
OF THE SOUTH longer, and generally to break Usually the pay Is far below that Lake Butler, spent Sunday with 1 will regret to learn that he la ill shopping in Jacksonville Monday.

down labor standards. Child labor, paid in the factory. A study of Mrs. Lizzie Murrhee. in St. Vincent's Hospital In Jack- David Browning left Monday
therefore affects the industrial home work on Infants' sonville.
A REPmNT OF TIIIB REPORT PREPARED not only The Rev. L. G. Hemingway, of 1 night for Ft. Myers where he U
child Itself, but It undermines wear disclosed that the women ,
se- Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Kelly and
filled his
FOR Starke regular appointment employed.
worked hours than In
surlty of adult workers, and thus much longer
ilA Mrs. Marcus Conner were
NATIONAL EMERGENCY COUNCIL, the half of them at the Baptist! Church Sunday Misses, Alma and Lois Johns, of
factory though
reacts seriously on the whole com- and conducted I guests of relatives in Jacksonville.
received less than $2.73 for their morning a Jacksonville were week-end guestsof
munity and Indeed, the whole Nation -
beautiful baptismal service at Mr. and Mrs Bob Halslop and
week's work.A their parents, P. B. and E. C.
Edltnr'a Note. Early in July Preeldent Roosevelt called our South Hampton Lake, Sunday afternoon son, Fred, and Mrs. Inez Kelly and Johns.

hI K.' .I li-r':,!, n N rloar. economic and cone problem. and anheil of the the n.eda National. and prublemi Emurirencyi at'ounrl. The South leads the Nation In low wage scale means low living Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Smith C. J. son Donald attended the birthday Mr. and Mrs. Pitt Varner, of
J"1 recently the NEC suhmlttnd. \ report preK.mtlmc "Inmu.reuall the employment of children in both standards, insufficient food for dinner at the home of Ned
Frazier, J. A. J. F. T. :
the manifold ameti and ailvantUK'B McKinney Jacksonville, visited Mr. and Mrs.J. .
I degree poHKOnned by the farm and Industrial work. One many a great amount of Illness,
,n11 .Inll' ""ncel'ne,1 primarily not with what the "South, has. but with Abernathy and W. T. McEver were : Wainwright In Lake Butler Sunday M. Rosier, Sunday.
>nuth "Ioulh needs" Lest .u"'e' of our raadera tnke offence at certain hundred eight out of every 1,000 and, In general unhealthful and in Starke .
uhntmnu' made In the r"p..rt.'e haR'.n' tn add that this ellrvey waR children between 10 and 15 undesirable conditions of life. Monday. i Mrs. Schllly Rosier and daughters
,,"+tht Nurk of ""mort-alecky Yankeee" but wall aided by the cOllnael years A number of visitors from Hampton Miss Nlta Kelly: spent SundayIn
,not, committee of southern cllla..n.. known for their Int..re.ttr old were employed In the South, I Louise and Clarice, attended
,t an Ivl.ory r lOll and their tRmlllarlty with ItR probioma. It pr..nta .a pin- compared to 47 out of every 1,000 (In th" practice of "rash crop Sampson City and Long I Raiford as the guest of Alton church at Hellbronn, Sunday night.

Q I'rtheffnuntrynandnwill: be reprinted In tlollth+the Telegraph in In8tallmentll.the remainder children of these ages In the coun- ping" responsible| for bud condl- Bridge attended cervices here Dobbs and family. I Mrs Leaman Norman spent

i -- try as a whole. Only Oklahomaand buns In the South Nt wt ..k'IIINtnllnlt'.t Sunday.Mr. Miss| Nona Brown spent the part of last week In Plant City ;

ings for workers are often 30 to ,Virginia, of all the Southern will this and Mrs. Jack Goodge of week-end with friends In DeLand.A with relatives.

SECTION 9 50 percent below national aver- States employ fewer child wotk- answer question. Sampson City, were visiting Mr. large crowd from here attended Mrs. Thedo Rosier and children
ages. ers than the average for the coun- ) and Mrs. Berry Dyal, Monday. the peanut boiling at the homeof of Raiford, spent the weekendhere ;
LABORThe I -- -- -------
Low wages and poverty are in try. Child labor legislation, in There Mrs Florle McKinney and children Miss Beatrice Cassels in Brooker with relatives.Mr. .
these 13 States as In the United Is no feeling in the outer of Starke, attended church
rapidly growing population great measure selfperpetuating.Labor skin of the human body. Friday night. and Mrs. Bob Halslop and
States in does
general not apply here and were dinner guests of
a9 Is faced with the Floyd and Lester Crosby were an, Fred, of Water Oak, attended
the South organization has made slow to -- LParking I
(01 agricultural work but Is directed Mrs. Annie Ward. Sunday.
r' work that will I business visitors to Jacksonville church at Hellbronn, last week.
of finding and difficult progress among the on the highway with or
problem primarily to Industrial und _.. ..
-- ----- -- -- I
e ;provide, decent living. Neither low-paid workers, and they have I commercial employment. In some I without lights Is dangerous and Thursday of last week .
o In the factory Isther the law If must Permitting persons to ride on It Is the law for children
,HI the arm nor had little collective bargaining Instances the coverage of the law against you park i Miss Madeline Crosby was the against
>t (' the certainty of a continuing power or organized Influence on Is restricted to a few types of industrial for repairs, use only one foot of your running board Is a bad practice -! week-end guest of her parents, Mr. under 16 years of age to drive an

n ,lvellhood. and thousands of south- social legislation. Tax resources 'I' establishments, and In I pavement. and should not be permitted. I and Mrs A L Crosby in Brooker. auto or truck.
hl each from farmto --------
mere shift year have been low because of low Incomes other Instances the laws them

he hu mill or mine and back again to In the communities, and I' selves contain exemptions which

they have been Inadequate to provide
farm greatly weaken their effectiveness
,lu The insecurity of work In south for the type of 'education Only North and South Carolina

he ern agriculture Its changes ins modern Industry requires. Malnu- I have established a basic minimumage The Bradford
method and Its changes in loca- trition has had Its influence on the of 16 years for employment. County TelegraphINVITES
labor of of workers. Low living
en ,ion make the problem efficiency Texas has a 15-year minimum age
1d the South not simply 1 an (Industrial standards have forced other mem- standard, but it applies only to
labor problem. Neither the farm bers of workers' families to seek factory and related employment.

population nor the industrial employment to make ends meet. The remaining 10 States have a YOU TO SEE

to workers can be treated separately, These additions to the labor market minimum age of 14, but in 8 of I Ir

because both groups, as a whole, tend further to depress wages. the 10 States the laws contain exemptions -- .................;:..,...
at receive too little Income to enable Low wages have helped industry permitting employment *.IV'M":1.t".. .... .., :* *
their members to accumulate the little In the South. Not only have below this .' ; -.- .w. :
age. ,
et of property that tends to keep people they curtailed the purchasing power I The effectiveness of child labor ,".. ; ..."-' ........ .,. >..t'..;.....,.'.. '" ....:. : ...':!I-">-" # -

hr stable Industrial labor in the on which local Industry is dependent legislation depends the 6'.A..-:...,Jo' ;';', ..... ........... '
extent unskilled but have made upon provisions .. ''' '' ..... .= "
they :
hr South Is to a great pos for its enforcement. Em- : : *
,nd, therefore subject to the competition sible the occasional survival of Inefficient ployment certification and proper
of recurring migrationsfrom concerns. The standardof 4 .
- Inspection are necessary to make
the farmpeople who have wages fixed by such plants and such legislation effective. Threeof

lost in the gamble of one-crop by agriculture has lowered the the five States In the country ;
.hm': farming On the other hand, levels of unskilled and semiskilled which have not made legal pro- : (

the industrial workers, with low workers, even In modern and well- vision for employment certificatesare F

wages and long hours, are con- managed establishments. While I Southern StalE's.Emploympnt !
sUntlv tempted to return to the southern workers, when well trained .
farm fat another try. and working under modern con- of children affects
I ditions, are thoroughly efficient)i school attendance. The propor-
industries requiring a large ) tion of children 10 to 15 years of
have producers there is not enough A -..
of skilled workers
proportion age in the Southern States attend- \qT
been slow In developing, the unskilled such employment to bring the nt Mg
ing school in 1930 was 90 percent, L
industrial labor In the waKe levels into line with the skill .tJe.l.p."l
as compared with 94 percent for
of the workers.
South is particularly hampered by the United States as a whole. If
the competition of unskilled workers Unemployment in the South has consideration were given to the

from the farms who acceptlow not resulted simply from the de number of days of school attend

wages in preference to destitution pression. Both In agriculture and ance, the disparity would appear ,
at home. Much of the South's Industry, large numbers have for much greater; the school term gen-

Increase In industrial activity has years been living only half-em erally is shorter In the South thanIn I

I been brought about by the remov- ployed or a quarter employed or other sections. \ '1t

I al of cotton goods manufacturing scarcely employed at all. In the The for compulsoryschool S' \
upper age
I plants to the Southeast from higher problem of unemployment In the attendance throughout the 4 a .. ..

I wage areas In New England. South, the relation between agri- rest of the country is generally 16 ti,

I This backbone of southern industry culture and Industry becomes notably to 18. However, two Southern \

1 ranks nationally as one of the clear. Over 30 percent of States require attendance only to '

I low-wage manufacturing Indus- the persons employed on emergency 14, one to 15, and only in two l \

( 1 tries, In the South It pays even. works programs are farmers States does the upper age extend
(lower than elsewhere. Ac- and farm laborers, as compared to '
aboue 16 years. All permit exemptions I :;t '." 'Q.
[cording to 1937 figures the pay 13.3 percent for the country as a which materially lessen .- (, -- ..

I for the most skilled work In this whole. The insecurity of south their effectiveness.In J 'f i 't!(..

I industry Is about 12 cents an hour, ern farmers is reflected In these many parts of the South leg- :/'. .. \t

I less in the South than the pay for figures. Seasonal wages in agri- islation to protect women workers .1 tt i

I the same work elsewhere. The fig- culture do not provide Incomes suf- and to establish proper working :1

I ures for the cotton goods indus- ficient to tide workers over the standards for them has not been

I try also show the large number of slack seasons. Fart-time Indus- well developed. This\! has had far- :l-..; 355'" k
I low-wage workers and the small trial work does not provide security reaching effects on the health, the :I 4 ,,"llJt -...... .,
I number receiving high wages in the year round. As long as the living conditions, and the general ,.:. _... _" .
worker cannot ..: "':!;:=- '
the South More than half of the agricultural gain well-being of women and their ,, -
I workers in southern mills earn under assurance of a continuing exist- families. .-\.. ":/-0':.:-!!W -....-..4I'iF- .7M". "

I 37 5 cents an hour although ence on the farm, he remains a In a region where workers generally -

I In the rest of the country the industry threat to the job, the wages, and are exploited women are

employs less than 10 per the working conditions of the In- subjected to an even more Intense UMOROUS

cent at such low rates. In the dustrial worker. form of exploitation. Many wom- t'wlll'w1'e,11MIM1Pln

I South less than one-tenth of the en work more than SO hours a FASCINATING
I workers are paid more than 52.5 week In cotton and other textile w r v

cents an hour, although one- SECTION 10 mills, and In the shoe, bag, paper (
fourth of the workers In the restof box, drug and similar factories In Z NEW AND DIFFERENT r
the Nation's cotton goods Industry certain Southern States. "
; .
-, -i
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| are above this rate. I"f"!" -
paid CHILDRENChild The South has two of the four '. J' ''' : '
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Similar differencials between the stateD In the entire Nation that .' .e., .
South and other regions are found labor Is more common in have enacted no laws whatever to \ .
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In lumber, furniture, iron and the South than In any other section fix maximum hours for women ea. "", w t

I steel, coal mining, workers. Only one of the Southern n

land other industries States has established an 8-hour TALKING MOTION PICTURE'COOKINGSCHOOL

I generally. day for women in any industry.
I The Influence of Only four of the Southern States

I the farm popula- have applied a week as short as ty

I Uon's competition 48 hours for women In any Industry g

I ls shown in the unskilled +

I occupations c I Reports for a number of Industries -I I }

I where these wage|I i Including cotton manufacturing -, 1 a

I differentials are' have shown wage earners receiving -
I wldeut The aver1 I wages well below those

ge differential In ..w estimated by the Works Progress
I rates for new/ labor, Administration as the lowest

I Between the South\ which would maintain a worker's AT THE }

| and the rest off I family.

I lie country in 20 Women's wages ordinarily ".

of the country's I amount to less than men's. How I
j R T'T'7. 'T'J-J Aip 'T'D:4':
I Important! IndusI -, ever, only two of the Southern

mea in 1937 a HAPPY IIOME-LIFE States have enacted a law provlding .... ... .JL -' ..... .... .L.JJ.J.J.. 1 a. lL".JI....:/
amounted i to 16centt. ; a minimum wage for women
an hour. I S IMPOSSIBLE though several others are attemptIng i
I to pass such legislation. Re- ,
In spite of long- A N I) CHILDREN cent pay-roll figures show women .
[ er working hours, OCTOBER wna
27 28
the total annual WORK IN SHOPSof textile workers in an important i0 29
southern textile State receiving ;
wages show the..__ I ,ELI
the Nation, and several :Southern :; average wages 10 percent below
lame discrepancy. The average States are among those which the average outside the South. Exact hours of showing to be announced later '

yearly pay per person In Industry have the largest proportion of Other figures show that a week's ,
business 1935
In the South In
their women In gainful work. wage of less than $10 was received -
was J865 41 as compared with Jl- l
half the womenIn
Moreover, women and children by more
219.31 for the rest of the country. State's cotton mills, and bya
work under fewer legal safeguardsthan one
Wage differentials are reflected elsewhere of the women In the
In women and children large part
lower living standards. Differ- In the Nation. seamless hosiery plants of three
j *"<*s in costs of living between I I States and In the men's work- A cordial invitation is extended to every woman in this: ccmniiir.it/ to 4ee :ar I
we the Nation southern as cities.whole and are cities not In I, In Low the South Industrial frequently wages force upontheir I clothes factories of two States. in My Kitchen," the Hollywood production, featuring a number of well-known' i j
well their Many women, even though em- that combines instruction wih entertainment and
as and
peat enough to Justify the differ- I children as : actors actresses, cookery ,
full time must receive pub-
ntlals In wages that exist. In 1935 I Ia wives a large part of the burden I lic ployed aid because, their wages are amusement. It is the most interesting and fascinating presentation: of cooking I
that study a minimum of costs of living showed standard of because family of support.poor land In agriculture and equipment j Insufficient to care for themselves methods ever devised for the homemaker: You will be able to see all and hear all. < j fI

emergency work and their children. The community -
entire .
required a family Income of thus carries part of the bur

all n*the 27 a cities month surveyed.as an average The aver-for In The order 1930 to make census their latest living.sourceof :| effect den of subsidizes these low the wages employer.One and.. In ,yO'U ;vii 'iff tS' i. 'S He: JfitL.: '

information on fi 'E
Wowed aRe of that costs in southern would cities child comprehensive labor, showed that about j condition tending to lowerwomf'n's I t (A 8 : i : }:t : r i ; i
month -
furbish 171-94 a three-fourths of all gainfully employed wages Is the system by -- #"-: : ;
the minimum emergency which factories "farm out" work
Maadard. This would Indicate a children worked In the SouthernStates \| to be done In homes. Women have
difference old
of less than 5 percent years been found at extremely low pay
thes States con
111 although
living ,
co ta. Industrial earn-

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PAGE EroOT ADFORD VOVNTY TICLEGR.U'O, STARKE, FLORIDA _, _____ _. -i __-. ____.._--_,. ,'__ FtIDAY. ()(:1'IIER1.1"
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held at the lima of the holding ot tares will n.., -
j'SOME NEW BOOKS PLANS FOR TORODE- the CJiim-ml, I Klootlmi. to-wlt, on Nu- Clef althe' I f', ""'",,
Bradford County TelegraphEstablished UKIX3HAVE!: WEDDING veinliei" e. A U, t>>SS, at which time "n the 21 : ..11"I I",
TOO LATE AT THE LIBRARY' ARK ANNOUNCED the enid election will be hold In all 11 flO o"'III'k \I
"f Bald County und ,
:; the I precincts i Iht ''I,
1877 j Plans for the wedding of Miss upon I the ballot used In sold. election 1939.

TO CLASSIFY I "HORSE AND BUGGY DOCTOR" LulU Redgrnve daughter of Mr. the question| to be decided .shall bn 10-7-3t-1u 2lOFFUtaL. \
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--- -- and as followM1'or ;: JoII'. ,
Arthur E.! Hertzler and Mrs. A. \\ .Redgrave (County Fire Control
u A. T 1"
Published Weekly on Fridays and Entered as Second ClassMatter D,. ni'ssKi.t. KAYSerretary. I Dr Hertzler Is no professional William Edwin Torode, son of Mrs. I'nltAgainst (1.,1..,

at the Post Office at Starke, Florida Florid. P...... "..... writer. He handle? his narrative 1 W. E. Toroile and the late Mr. To- a Unit County Fire Control --1I.'aWORLD',\(, 1 I
I ,
much as he ha MEMBER Youth--eager, confident, cour-. on kitchen tablea-he rips wedding will be solemnized hereunto" net "my hand and affixed.
the Meal of the County Commissioners
fFLORim PRESS nReons. Youth-that Is the hopeof In and gets It out and then settles Wednesday afternoon Oct. 12, at of said (Countv this. SO day of
1" the world of tomorrow stands back with his long legs hung overa 4.00: o'clock In the Methodist September" ., A. J 1>. IMS.OKK1CIAI .

at the crossroads today. Millionsof chair to reminiscence. Church, with the Rev. Frank Rob- ( A ,J.!B14AL."THOMAS) ,

3lotwahd ?lotida' young: men and women In many This Is a story of a country doc- inson officiating.Miss del. of I the Clrcultu. 1'ourt 1- I

_ _.. _. .. __ ._< .. n lands who speak a varied language tor. His life was Incredible. In Redgrave will be given In and for llrudford County
and ex-olflclo Clerk of
E I* Matthews___________.__ ___________Editor and Owner practice various customs, I what other profession would the away by her brother, John U, Red. :the Ilimrd of County Commissioners 1 1I
yet all share the same hopes, desires practitioner spend thirty-six hourson grave and will have as her only ,
SUBSCRIPTION" RATE and ambitions: Success, the road without sleep, with an I attendant Miss Georgia Haynes 1(1-7-51-11-4() __ I 1

Peace Happiness. elght-out-of-ton chance that there who will act as her mald-of-honor. \oTiriJ m HIM') OK TAXi
Yearly, $1.50; Six Months, 75c-Payable in Advance Accepting: the leadershop of its with his Eldridge Smith will act as Mr. 'iit: 'uric vrio: ,
was nothing really wrong NOTIOH: IM 1 JIBItimy: (II Vg-:; that
Advertising; Rates on ApplicationA elders, adopting: false doctrines as I patient, and often a nine-out-of-I Torode's best man and the ushers airs. K. N. Wynu him flied with me
truths thU glorious youth of our ten chance that he wouldn't be will be Bill Graham and James written request Ihnl I the I tax port IfIrates ,

VOTE TO HE LONG CONSIDERED world of today has been led to the paid for his services? Dennis. together or levied.with tuxes ull held Hubseiiuentomitted by the r
brink of disaster just as In 1914 Mrs. A. Z, Adklns will sing "I Stele, be advertised and sold to the. A. Lew A,
In placing the question of county-wide fire control on the youth of the world blindly fol- -- Love You Truly" and Mrs. R. J. tilirheNt t hhldpr l l for cash us provided
of the 11137 eels. of
the General Election ballot in November, our county commis- lowed a similar path. MY SISTER EILEEN Davis will sing "Because. Mrs. by the Chaptei LfKlKlaliire IH2SXJ, upon the following

Then as now old men at council Ruth McKenney H. C. Brown will be organist. dosurtbed real estate In the County
sioners have taken action on one of the most important and tables could not The evil ot Hrndfoid, State of Florida, to. e
agree. ,
This is a humorous story of two
far-reaching issues that have ever come up for consideration forces of greed and hate, malice NoticeThere H1AofSIofNItk1Acre: "
sisters who crashed the columns of Baptist W.M.S.
and so filled their hearts In HW Cor of N 80 A of 8E'/i: of 4.ao Itr
Without a doubt this decision will incite an avalanch of envy
the New Yorker All of the adventures of the .
will be a meeting NI I4\ Sec. 29 Tp. 7 II 11. 21 K
controversy and countless arguments, both pro and con, will i I there was no room for reason. The related In this book really I Executive Board of the Baptist 16 Acres, more!! or less, r $615f
of "Pence earth evidencedby
on goodwill I tn b
message Is The Iii xeN '
be advanced before November 8 finally rolls around. For towards men" to. them was happened. Ruth McKenney Woman's Missionary Society at certificate NOB 0 91r'6\ of 1927 4.7s.tei
real and uses her'"rIght name as the home of Mrs. H. L. Brownlee and 11113! ruspet'tlvely, and repr."tunpaid
this very reason we urge every man, be he cattle-owner, but an empty phrase. Calling well as that of her sister. Harry; next Tuesday, October 11, at eleven taxes for the years 1936 to $170I 5I
themselves "Christians" and lliIIH.: both Inclusive, amounting to
timber-owner, or innocent bystander, to approach the issue faith God pro Hansen of the. New York World o'clock A. M. A covered dish $51.115. i $
fessing a they nevertheless .00.1,
Telegram "It:. one pf those ALSO: Tier at a Pt. 163 ft, E & I
says; .
with an open mind, free of prejudice, and with an honest effort -I' gave no heed to the great-I luncheon.will be enjoyed.NTtTM 62H ft B of NW ('01' of NM4.4 of r
yarnff'of hapless
rollicking S76ovF
; NEW Hun W 105 ft, N 235 ft,
est of
all commandments
to bear always in mind the ultimate welfare of the coun- suffered by two bright OK FI.OHII K Kit( ft, H 236 ft, to B"If.. I Sec.
one another," and placing their Irish girls and will work wondersif corxTY orini.\i I"OHn.| .10 Tp 7 S, ]t. 23 10.. 5,23.0
ty at large. own ability and wisdom above that It appearing by affidavit filed In The taxes.. to he sold are evidencedby .$
read aloud. that pertain cause In Circuit Court certificate. Non 326 and 1506 of i Sog
With the advent of paper mills in the South, a great of their Creator, they took up nrmUord County, Florida In Chancery 11128 and 111.1.1: respeiiflvely, and represent
arms to shatter the peace of the entitled Blanch Talhert J'ar- unpaid taxes for the years
about in timber. No
change must attitude toward
come our farther.
iHher. Plaintiff vs. D. n. Inclusive, amount- 1
world and give free rein to death 1927 to 1 :3S. both 'LIFETIMt
relief prayed
longer should trees be regarded as a casual side issue, but PRELUDE FOR WAR Defendant, and the d..r..ndRnt ing to $76.28.ALSO CUARANT
and destruction. Leslie Charterla for being divorce: that the : Lot 24 In Woodlnwn Section
the wideawake landowner, with his ear to the ground and his They called It "war to end war;" Here Is a brand new mystery. In unknown a resident to of plaintiff a stale and or country that- 18 Township 5 South, Kan if ,
22 East, containing 10 Acres
a war to make the world safe for This Is another saint and It there In no person. In the State of ,, .
eye on the future, will recognize his timber as a money crop story proceBiiupon more or Je "
democracy. How well they FAIL- Is his best to date. A fire in Florida service of personal The taxes to be sold are evidencedby
and treat it accordingly. The old, haphazard method of tim- ED Is evidenced by the pitiful an ,,'bom'ollid personally bind certificate. No 210 of 1934. and SPEEDWAYHas
house la the ,
English country means the Bald defendant I ippiesent unpaid taxes for the years
ber growing must pass and in its place arise a new era of fire I plight of the world: today. The of leading the Saint Into a plot of IT IS OffERED that the .to.- 1933 to 1938 both Inclusive, amounting kld-reilstlnit center-
lesson that for the lives fl. rarmher. appear 1 to $18.42. traction Suipcrtwlit
was paid :
International It Is 't"" It."t dnv
magnitude. a the rule
protection and systematic reforestation.From of the complaint on Said tax certificates together with Cord In every ply, at R
the million pricethat'
over eight youths, Crime Club selection In November the Fame being the 7th all subsequent omitted or Levied
two diffenent authoritative sources it has recently that filled! the hospitals of the : day November, otherwise .a Decree real good new (for
will be entered againsthim thrifty tire buyers!
Pro ConfeHBo
been stated that Bradford County leads the state of Florida, world with over twenty million for his failure to appear. That M Excess Acid causes
wounded, that brought anguish and order. be published once each FREE ,
-and TELL OF TIME" this youpalnt of Stomach
and probably the entire South, in conditions favorable to the heartache to countless millions and Laura Krey week for four consecutive Telegraph weeks In a a Uc.r.f Indig..tion. TOPNOTF1RSi

growth of pine forests. It is said that, with proper observance left property destruction and debts This interesting- book Is In the the newspaper nradfnrd of County general clrculnnon.pnblixhtd i Bloa ting,Cu,Heartburn,Belching, VALUE!

of conservation and reforestation methods, this totalling into billions, seem still same trends-n Gone ,With the hla. In Bradford Lt,; County, Flor- I Naua i>, get a fr*. sample! of UDGA CHOICE Gaodyoil cnniMnu nl I\ I

unlearned. Wind. Nobody( 'sings "We'll hang Witness my hand nnd official seal and a t-tt 1--.e.tt-.e. hoo't r' end vcan. .
county alone could supply raw material for two pulp wood With the armistice came again Abe Llncoln..to"a sour apple tree"In of this said court this the 6th day CAKPKNTEK'S DKUO STORE I The G.JAJI-W..lh.Goodyear... t(tlvva., id)JU iur mill I.

mills, running full time, for an indefinite number of years. the old men to sit around the coun- this fat novel but that's the of OFFICIAL October HKAM A. n. 1935. load In value, inumiuliwinjIntel '
( ,
The staggering total of dollars that such operations would cil table, bringing with them even spirit of the story generally, and A. J. THOMAS:\ mlle ae. .eonoiny om )petrol Jt so
deeper greed and hate, to draw all you damnyankees can like it or Clerk of Circuit Court of. Beware Coughsfrom ,safety! as 11..<1
bring into trade channels here could hardly be overestimated. Bradford County. AIr
new maps, take reprisals, and reshape not. Laura Krey has based the FRANK I.ANDIIUM. i ,, LOW
1 But there is another picture to be reckoned with, and one a war-torn world of their story on historical records. The Attorney for Plaintiff.: common colds

d that is far less inviting. That is a picture of the county own creation. locale Is Texas during the recon- 10-7-5t-ll-4 That OnNo
Twenty-four short years have struction period after the Civil 'tOTICH] OF- HKKKIIKMUtMF.I.FC'TIOV ] Hang
twenty or thirty years from now if our fine timber is hurriedly passed only to find the flames of War. It tellS of the kindly paternalism HKRKMY. OIVEN that I
NOTICE 15 matter how medicines 'f tY
hauled to market and no stem taken to replace what greed hate, envy and malice leap- wherebv the whites n -- cared ,, the Board of County Commissioners have! ,.! f or many> ur c ommon _. .. .
you VUCU J
has been removed. To obtain a preview of this uninvitingscene ing hungrily to destroy the world's ,! for their slaves and the banjos consider'f- l llradford, the County establishment, Florida,of will a cough, chest cold:or bronchial irritation
new crop of youth and turn Into were strummed, and the spiritualsrang Countv Fire Control Unit under the you may get relief now with INSPECTION
we have only to turn to other parts of the country smouldering ruins the fruits of rehabilitation out ever: the prosperous plantation provisions,; of Chapter ifOsuchLaws of Creomulston.and serious cannot trouble afford may
be brewing: you
where barren wastes now tell the sad story of fatal extrav- and progress. Old grounds also the efforts of la Florida approved Act by of 193B.a substantial majority to take a chance with any remedy We'll gladly; check over j t 00
men-stubborn, defiant-nursing the Northerners to exploit the negroes of the qualified. voter. of the less potent than Creomulslon which
agance. their own ambitions, determined to in elections. County and the Board has elected. goes right nature seat of the heal tires-remove small piece i 0
It is big that will confront voters here No- have their and decided. that the ratification or and aids to soothe and tacks etc. before th
question fan
a the
own old
i on way, You can be sure that this will bea rejection of such action will be sub the Inflamed mucous membranesand glass, ,
vember 8-a question whose significance and bearing on the flames as they feverishly teach the much discussed book. Be one of mitted to the qualified election electors to be of to loosen and, expel germ- cause serious trouble.Come info
such County at an
younger generation to march and laden phlegm.
future of us all makes the other election issues seem petty shoot. Nations of the earth pile the first, to Lead this novel which Even U other remedies have failed! this free service. No obligmti
has traveled from number fifteenon don't be discouraged try Creomul-
matters indeed.In up armaments engender. last weekj'a{ reading list to NBW,POWER CI'SJTOMKHB A LIGHT FLORIDA cot Blon. Your druggist is authorized to

full realization of what this question means to Brad- From London, Berlin, Rome, number three. this week. Let a local nan who. ...I.ted refund your money if you are not Motor Co. I
Paris and other European centers, gee la obtalaln Electric .er- obt ined.sCreeoomuuleloneiseone Register
ford County, we urge every voter to refrain from expressing radios on short wave pour out this vice do your lions. Wlrtnff.neMOMblc. fits
word ask for it plainly see that the
it an opinion or from attempting to influence the vote of another or that story. Censored dispatches These are a few among the many D.pe.d.bISService name on the bottle is Creomulslon,
j bring us this or that picture to new books to be found at the Pub- O. .. PHILLIPS. Lawter and the genuine product Starke, Fla.
until he has made a thorough investigation of relief
person Influence our minds and, win our lic Library. and the ;you want. Adv' I

.1 the fire control program. Do not be satisfied with accepting sympathy. Lies, truths and half '--- ..- -'- -- '" -.

t the arguments of others who may or may not be properly informed truths are flung at us with charges i I
and counter charges until we hardly .
but after the facts yourself. When sat-
go you are know what to believe. France

isfied that you have a thorough understanding of the subject clamors for an expression from

then go to the polls and vote for what you conscientiously believe America. Senator Pittman, a

i I to be for the best interest of the entire county. member Committee of, reminds our Foreign us that Relations we are <<1OIbtl1lJr9t e.l 71st

--o obligated to support Czechoslovakia / .

I .
Just as In 1914 the stage Is
Experiments are always interesting. It is therefore nat- again being set to bring America

ural that all eyes should be turned toward the State Farmers into the conflict. Stop and listento

:Market here awaiting October 14, the date set for the first street gossip and you find those
a who contend that another war will
pecan crop auction ever held in the state of Florida. If it is bring prosperity. You find others I ANNIVERSARY

a success, as there is every indication that it will be, the auction who bitterly denounce this coun-

will probably become an annual event and will do its bit : try or that and by their heated argument -
t give evidence that they
to further publicize Bradford County before the rest of the have already chosen sides and

agricultural world. think we should prepare to takepOI.t Monday
in the conflict. ,
The first sales day will mark the resumption of activitiesat This is a time when every AmerIcan

the Farmers Market here which has been closed for the should stop and think. Do e
past few weeks. The structure was completed too late for we wish to again send the flowerof
our American youth to European October 10thNearly
the bulk of the shipping season this spring and summer and battlefields? De we wantto

i during the slack period of July, August, and September, :Manager send billions of dollars, sorely e
needed at home, to be used for the
't+ J. S. Lisenby has been promoting the pecan auction experiment
destruction of life and property in
i and getting a line on the acreage that will!) be devoted foreign lands? three-quarters of a century of service -

to next season's crops. Peace Is a precious thing and
we should do our utmost to safeguard ;. h in the Southeast gives us good reason to
Following years of effort and at considerable expense 0
It. Let us center our minds this celebration sale and merchants
the Farmers Market was finally built here in the hope of gjv- and efforts toward maintainingnot hold being ,

i A ing Bradford County growers a more convenient and more only the peace of America but f, we shall celebrate our 71st Birthday with

profitable outlet for their crops. It is therefore every far- the peace of the world, by refrain- j t special values for the thousands of customers
ing from taking sides In this dis
r mer's duty to give the market a fair trial and to cooperate pute. Let us unite In a petition to who will participate in this great annual event.

in every way with those who have their best interest at heart. God that our leaders be given the
wisdom and intelligence to meet
If have for sale make plans to attend
now -
you pecans your this crisis and that Americas Influence Huge quantities of new Fall merchandise
i i the opening auction next Friday. Let's plant Bradford be brought to bear In the so

County a little more firmly on the agricultural map of the preservation of peace, rather than will be sold at amazingly low prices. Marvel
used to bolster this or that side In
to this f ous savings will be available on the very
country and there is no easier way accomplish goal Its quest for war O

than through the widespread reputation of a thriving Far- things you want and need. the 71st Anni

mers Market. WOMAN'S: CLUB BEGIN TO:NEW YEAR versary -is a store-wide sale. .every depart:

0- The first meeting of the Wom- 1 ment takes part with complete selections of

NOW THAT IT'S OVER WHAT DOES IT MEAN? an's Club will be held Wednesday
fashion-right high quality merchandise.All
afternoon, Oct. 12, at 3:00: o'clock .
There are plenty of people in the world today who are
In the club building. Two regular
doing entirely too much talking, but former Kaiser "Bill" is meetings will be held each month,

1 definitely not among them. When questioned on the war on the second and fourth Wednesday Florida and Southern Georgia are cor

S crisis which came to a head in Europe last week, he replied The first will be a business dially invited to attend this history-making
meeting to which all club membersare ,
with a refusal to discuss anything less than 2,000 years old. invited and which members of sale, beginning Monday! Plan now to come. .

To realize the wisdom of Wilhelm's decision we have onlyto the Executive Board are expectedto x share. .and save!

review our daily newspapers of last week or the week before attend. This affords all club
members an opportunity to have
t' ; to scan again the column after column of threats and a part In the routine business of

counter-threats "full of sound and fury and signifying nothing the club heretofore conducted only
by the Executive Board. The social Entire Store Open Monday Night Until 9:00:
The whole situation can be summed up now in thir
and program meeting will! be
teen words: Peace has been purchased at the price of giving held on the fourth Wednesday of

Hitler what he wanted.No each mental month. At this time depart- See 12-Page Edition in Sunday's Times-Union
chairmen will their
wonder Kaiser Bill refuses to discuss anything that
and social will
programs a period
has happened since 62 B C. I I be enjoyed. ,

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