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 14, 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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Holding Location: University of Florida
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They've never een snow, but

LIGHT PLANT ROLL CALLCHAIRMAN that doesn't prevent these happy 364 NAMES Hall, 65, of Smith Lake OF PECANS '

f AT youngsters from enjoying an Im- near here, died Tuesday morningin t

. provised sleigh ride, Mary, Em- a Palatka hospital as the result

| IS NOISELESSEconomy ;' ma May, Berty May, Monteen, and FROM LISTRegistration mobile-truck of Injuries sustained crash at a in road an Inter-auto- MAY BE SOLD t
.1 E. J. make good use of this flat
section In Lake Geneva. The accident -
1 "sled'/ when their father J. W.
occurred at 8 o'clock In the
1 Smith, Isn't using it for gatheringfire
ij Tests Being Red Cross Official Con- : wood. They glide over the pine Books Get hours morning later.and death followed three Auction 'Will Begin Thi i ,

blade Before FinalAcceptance fers With Chapter : needles with the greatest" of ease Thorough Revision Mr. Hall was coming onto Highway Afternoon At Two r

t Here This Week .. I 'WednesdayCounty 28 from a side road and evidently O'clock
) misjudged his distance froman

approaching truck. Mrs. Pansy 1 x
In the of the Following held Hundreds of of ) ,
Residents vicinity a meeting here Commissioners meeting Martin and her five-year-old pounds pecans 9

i city's light and water plant are Wednesday afternoon, attended by here Wednesday struck 364 names daughter were with him and were were moving Into the State Far- { 1

:' now attempting to adjust themselves Miss Nell Howze, representative of from the list of qualified electorsin painfully, but not fatally, Injured mers Market here yesterday afternoon pC

to the absence of noise In I the National Red Cross, E. L Mat-I Bradford County Only nine- Mr. Hall's light coupe was de- i and last night In preparation '

) lie neighborhood. Installation of thews, chairman of the Bradford w teen were removed because of molished by the collision The for the auction which begins today t l s j

the new horsepower Fairbanks County Chapter, announced the appointment I death the others being taken off driver of the truck was not seri- 'I at 2 p. m. It will be the first time ;

Diesel engine Is practically com- of Elmo R. Struth aa I because they had moved from the ously Injured. a sale of this kind has been held j jin

plete and the new Maxim exhaust chairman of the annual Roll Call precinct in which they were regis- Funeral services for the deceased the state of Florida

i .lIencers work so efficiently that which begins on Armistice Day, ] tered. were held Thursday afternoonand J, S. Liaenby\ market manager r

the steady "chug, chug, chug" of November 11. FREE GIFTSARRIVE The commissioners spent the interment was In the cemeteryat said yesterday that between thirtyto

1 former days has been entirely I, Mr. Struth, who has already I greater part of the day pouringover i McRae. fifty tons of nuts should pass

eliminated. I proved his value to the communityin the registration books and It I --.-- from seller to buyer during the 4 #

The new unit has been running I such public-spirited work as FOR was the most thorough revisingthat afternoon. The market price has

for more than a week and has the Boy Scout movement and the has been done here in years not yet been definitely established,

dandled the load In a satisfactory school patrol organization, has The meeting was attended by N. VALUABLE AID but all indications point to a fair e

manner A few adjustments are plans for making the Roll Call here COOKINGSCHOOL D. Wainwright, supervisor of reg- return to growers.

yet to be made and a complete more successful than ever this I istration. BEING GIVEN "The two-way, or optional method iS

economy test will be undergonebefore year. His co-workers and sub- The list of names stricken will of selling which will be used

the equipment Is finally accepted chairman will be announced at a I Tickets To-Be Git-enl be published In next week's Issueof here Is meeting widespread approval

r by the city. The work Is later date. the Telegraph and the commissioners BY NYA HERE ," Mr. Liaenby said. "In this

in charge of A. F. Shapel, Fairbanks In accepting the chairmanship, I Away By Cooperating : urge all citizens to read way, a seller who is not satisfied
the list carefully to make that with the price offered at auction
Morse erecting engineer. sure
Mr. Struth said: "I have no doubt Merchants -
any name has not been erroneously muy hold his pecans and dispose of
Besides noiselessness, two other that the Roll Call In Bradford
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Important features are incorporated County will be more successful JOHNSTOWN'SFOUNDER removed. The board will be In session Filly Y ou nff People I them later at private sale.
Free gifts to be given at Saturday, October 29, to At least eight buyers, some com
away restore -
In the new engine. It Is equip- than ever this year for the simple : DIES Bencfitling From +
" ped with a patented speed control fact that the real value of the Red I: the motion picture cooking schoolare names that should not have ing from points as far north as L
i been removed. ProgramThe Columbus, Ga., are expected to attend
which maintains operation exactly Cross was brought directly home pouring into the Telegraph'soffice I John!". Coffin, early settler and today's sale.

at some predetermined value. This to us last February. We can nev- I from large national concerns I I colorful character of Bradford and I .--- The auction will lost only one

Jeaturi eliminates the surging of er forget how this wonderful or- who are cooperating in the showIng Union Counties; died at his Johns National Youth Administration day, but probably two more, perhaps -

lamps known' as breathing, and ganization come to the aid of fire- I of "Star in My Kitchen" here town home last Friday morningat -- LEGION CLINICTO Is now employing fifty young three, will be held here dur-
supply should now be stricken residents of Hampton the of eighty-four. ", I people with a total monthly pay-
the power on October 27, 28, and 29. They age ing the season, Mr. Lisenby said. ''
Itis constant and steady. with a check for $300 to be used will be displayed next week In the He was born( Haverhlll. Mass., I roll of $567.24 In Bradford County, The date of the second event will

R F Clark, superintendent of In direct relief. window of the Bradford Hardware March 16, 1834, and while still a''' BE HELD according to an announcement this likely be announced today.
week Mrs. Luclle Johns
is ist the plant, states that this feature "We always think of disaster Co., where they may be seen by young boy he moved with his par- by area :Mr. Lisenby urges growers to> '

should net consumers a saving in as hitting the other fellow and the hundreds of women who planto ents to the pioneer field of Kan- HERE ON 20THDr. supervisor. bring their offerings early in order l'

light bulb expense. "A steady the great rehabilitation work now attend the school. sag. Early in life he became Inter- Chief among NYA projects here that they may be lot numbered -

I light will last longer than one sub- being done by the Red Cross In Free admission tickets for "StarIn ested In newspaper work and established are the five school cafeterias at and properly arranged for the '

,t jected to wide variations in voltage the storm-wrecked New England My Kitchen" may be obtainedfor The Dally Outlook at Starke, Lawtey, Brooker, Hampton afternoon's auction. r

( he said. "Electric motors states seems far away, but we can- the asking from merchants Parsons, the first dally In that Forte Wants{ To Meet and Heilbronn Springs. These Because of the novelty of the

will operate better and electric not so easily overlook the aid that who are cooperating with the Tel- part of Kansas. It was here that Old and NewPatiellts units employ twenty girls who receive event, large numbers of spectator

clocks may now be used with some was sent to those Hampton families egraph in the showing. A list of he married his childhood sweet- a total of $275 per month as well as buyers and sellers are
last winter who had lost their heart Charlotte Rebecca Jones. for part time work which Is val-
dependence. ,
degree these stores will be published next !expected to throng the market
uable training In cooking, serving,
An enclosed water system for homes and all other possessions by week so the public will know After serving on a number of here during the day ri

cooling is also an Important advantage I fire."We' where to go for the free tickets. other newspapers, Mr Coffin be- The Florida Crippled Children and planning well-balanced meals. i
five cafeterias for around
.' of the new equipment. Up never know when disaster I'' Once again a popular feature of came Interested In real estate and Commission will hold an all-day I 823 care hot mealsat 1
pupils serving
until the present time all water will strike again," the Roll Call the cooking school will be the free in 1897 seized the opportunity to clinic in the court house on Thurs minimum dally 1I
a of five cents.
used for cooling purposes has chairman said, "and although the distribution of a recipe book com- buy several tDgpeend acres of timberland day, October 20, beglnlng at nine price CITY COMPLETES I

passed through cylinder jacketsand Red Cross does not stop and ask posed of the favorite recipes of local In what i was then Brad- o'clock In the morning In addition to this work, there I

back Into the city's supply for if you are a member before send- housewives. The printing and ford (now Union) County. He Dr F. L Fort, orthopedic surgeon are projects for Lawtey boys who FIRST '
ing aid I should think that made his at Lake are constructing a cafeteria. build
domestic use. Local water carries you distribution of these books Is made headquarters for the commission, will con- r
in Bradford County Butler and succeeded in ing on the school grounds as well
considerable scale-forming minerals every person possible through the cooperation finally duct the clinic and will be assisted -
which are deposited, under Influence who is financially able to do so I of advertisers whose messages will having a post office established at by field nurses for the commission an making tennis and basketball CEMENTBRIDGE

of heat, as a coating on would be glad to join this great be printed along with the recipes. Johnstown and was himself the and the State Board of ct'UrtH. They are also Improvingcity

Inner-walla of cooling jackets. I organization." Every woman (and man too, for first postmaster. Health. He will wish to see all his property adjoining the school
i With the old this formation .-A-- grounds. Eighteen white boys are To All '
equipment, Still Interested In Hopes Replace
that matter) In Bradford and surrounding newspaper old cases as well as new ones. employed on these with
defeated the proper cooling -! counties Is cordially Invited work, he financed for many years The clinic will receive children I total monthly payroll projects of $213. a Wooden Structures
of engine cylinders, making the publication of The Johnstown
INTER CITY by the Telegraph to see this under sixteen of with
lubrication difficult and uncertain. remarkable motion picture which News, a four-page weekly printed any kind of bone years diseases age, hare- The NYA also bus eight clerical Eventually ti

These overheated parts were sub- I combines entertaining romance on its own press and carrying fre- workers in the county who receive ,. t
and I lips, or cleft palates. They may $>>7.0.1: monthly for part time work
jected to strains
expansion MEET NEXT WEEK quent booster articles concerning
with valuable Instruction in cook- come from Bradford, Clay, or Put- Workmen have finished pouringthe
often cracked, resulting In Bradford and Union Counties. assisting in different offices such l
Counties. Is first concrete bridge In a
ery. nam It sponsored by sys-
I siderable expense for the! plant.Heretofore con-I Among the early newspapers to the American Legion and this or- at Nursu) the Social. Welfare, County tem that It Is hoped will eventually Jj
BIG County Agent, Superintendent
chemical agents J-VENT refuse liquor advertising, his publications ganization will provide transportation replace all wooden bridges within -
of Public
dissolving this coating could not be PIGEONS RACE were an active factor In and make other necessary Rural Resettlement.Two the city limits of Starke. The '

used. because the cooling water I the prohibition campaign that car arrangements work Is being promoted by the it

passed on Into the supply for home Rotary Clubs From Six FROM HERESouth I ried Kansas Into the dry column Mrs. young girls, Miss Cleo Sax- City Council through Its street t '
Susie II. Spencer and Miss
on find Miss Marie Mlnson both
con8umptlon. Under the new system and throughout his career he enthusiastically committee, of which W. M Ed- 1
however, water for cooling Towns Will/ Be I Well Florida pigeon racing fans I championed reform Agnes McLean, registered field of Hampton, are in the NYA's coeducation wards Is chairman.

Is Isolated and the of lire using Starke as the starting he for nurses for the commission, were camp at Cump Rooseveltnear ,
purposes use I movements. In Florida was The first bridge Is on a graded
chemicals may be made. RepresentedThe I point in their races at present and ; many years a member of the Prohibition In Starke Wednesday discussing Oca la, where they are receiving road in the southwest part of town F
Interesting plans making arrangementswith Instruction couJ'8t'sl
often on Sunday mornings an In special
Improvements outside the plant Party National Committeeand near the Peggy "Y". The next to
most outstanding event I Is witnessed Mrs. Clennlo Jllckok, county of their choice.
spectacle as own
have also been announced by the chairman of the party In this I receive attention will be the old
since "charter night" in the his- I 1300 or more varl-colored pigeonsare nurse. Mrs. Johns expresses her appre-
City Bond Trustees. New trans- state. ... wooden bridge at the Ball Park
tory of the Rotary Club here will { released from the S. A. L. Ry. ---- ciation for the fact that all local
formers of increased capacity have Funeral services were held In In promoting the work, the City .
take place next Thursday when II station here.Homing organizations, school officials, and I
been Council maintains that the old
purchased for the purpose of the Baptist Church at Johnstown TORNADOES
Starke host to six other clubs teachers have beautifully -
plays In cooperated
fans ,
pigeon wooden structures are obsolete, expensive ,
eliminating overloading on transmission last Sunday afternoon at three ,
lines, which has been a I Iin this district at an Inter-City I Plant City and Winter Haven have o'clock with the Rev L. O. Sheffield DOWN JENNINGS with the NYA In making to maintain, and unsatisfactory 7 t

serious problem In recent years. I Meeting. 1 organized clubs and the different officiating Interment was those _projects_ possible... for pre ent-duy moter ve-
be served at eight of birds The B. H. S. Tornadoes scored -- .----
Hit extensive at the Dinner I members send a coop by In the family cemetery. I hicle service. Concrete bridgeswill
changes o'clock In the Woman's Club build- express lo the local agent, E. J. two touchdowns In the first half not require maintenance, it is
plant have called for the exclusive I Mr. Coffin Is survived by his
I ing and will be followed by a series Wehle, who released them at a set of the game played here last Friday ASSESSMENTSCHANGED said
attention of the force for the widow who has been closely Identified -
city's of short programs by each club I time (usually 7 o'clock a. m.) Aft afternoon to best Jennings J. M. Edwards, engineer, plan-
past three months. However, Just with his activities throughout -
represented. Congressman R. A. I I er the pigeons are released they I. 130. ned and Is supervising the work. 4
as soon as everything Is running I their married life of more than
In good shape Mr. Clark says that Green will make the address of rise Into the air, circle the depot sixty years. Other survivors are Smarting under a thwacking de- Assessment on Congressman R. The bridges are of the same type
welcome. I about five times and then, straight i feat at the hands of Green Cove A. Green's home on Walnut St. as the State Road_ Department 1
transmission lines will receive the four sons: the Rev. Joseph Coffin '
attention which they badly need. Rotarians and their wives will I as an arrow, they fly south-and I of Richmond, Ind., Francis P. Cof- I Springs the week before, the Tor- was reduced from $7,000 to $6,000 constructs on hardsurfaced high- t '

attend from Gainesville, Palatka, home. fin of Los Angeles, Cal., David nadoes went Into the game fight- by the City Council at Its meeting ways. !
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out city officials have paid Crescent City, Green Cove Springs, Last Sunday Agent Wehle received Coffin of Johnstown, George W. ing hard. In the first quarter here October 2. This date had Is
and for
a obligated themselves Lake City, and High Springs. It nine coops of racers, 86' Coffin of Mount Dora, and a Inman Green scored an off-tackle been advertised as the time for Legion PraisedK.

considerable sum of money, but Is expected that around 200 per- birds In all, on the 7:10: a. m. train I daughter, Mrs II. E. Bennett of smash and the extra point was hearing complaints from property '
no bonds Issued I' G. Duncan commander, and ;
have been or
sons will be served. and released them at 7:15. One Johnstown. lost on an Incomplete pass I owners as to the valuations on '
city debt Incurred Mr. Clark N. D. Wainwright Jr., adjutant
said The committee In charge of the of the birds owned by a Tampafan In the second quarter Ralph the city's assessment roll. of the Jones-Langford-White Post j
'The made
on '
purchase was wj
made record by averaging Rhodes scored end and Few other property owners
a six- basis Inter-City meet is as follows: T. a on an run appeared American Legion, have received
with the year installments deferred payment from I Frank Landrum, chairman; Clar- 1,100 yards per minute or about ADDITION the pass from McKinney to Jones and only two other reduc- testimonials of appreciation from
to come 38 miles hour on the homeward for the extra The tions were definitely made. Assessment -
Plant earnings. Taxes or city expenses ence Hoppe, arrangements; N. per TO GAS STATIONExtensive was good point Daniel J. Doherty, national com-
Only Tampa and Plant Tornadoes threatened to score on the Bunk of Starke
L. A. Shep- flight.
will not be Increased. It Sternberg, program; mander, for the fact that the local
fa herd master of ceremonies. City were represented Sunday. Of additions Involving an other times but were held for four building was changed from $3.SOO + '
our aim this post has set a membership record
not only to pay the Plant City entries D. R. Mad- expenditure of $2,530 are being downs. to $2,000, and that on the 60x5O '"
flew surpassing the of the
unit, but all of the average past
to help pay dox' first with aver- Mary A Davis lot at the northwest 1
make outstanding debts and to Johnnie O. Goodman age time of 730 yards per minute., vice station at the_southeast cor- today because of a cancellation by i corner of the junction of .

town. .Starke eventually a tax-free Johnnie O. Goodman, 43, of Lyons -Tampa entered 61 and Plant City ner of the junction of Roads 13 Cedar Key. The next home game Roads 13 and 28 was left at $1,000

Ga., died Wednesday, Oct. 5, entered 25 birds. and 28 here. will be played Thursday, October Instead of being raised to $1,500 Sportsmen To Meet

In the veterans hospital in Atlanta This Sunday, Mr. Wehle has The work will include the addi- 20, with the Gainesville High all advertised.The Cha A Darby, president of the

Births Ga., following a lengthy! Ill- been Informed, Tampa, Plant City, tion of a large greasing shed and school "B" squad council went on record as Bradford County Fish & Game I
Mr ness. The body was shipped to and Winter Haven will enter 12 remodelling of the front of the Another change of schedule will being opposed to cutting assessment Club has culled a meeting for Fri-
and Mrs. William L. Prevatt, I
except In rare Instance where 'day night, October 21, at 7:45 l
Waldo Starke Friday and funeral services i coops containing about 125 birds station and widening of the concrete take place on October 28 when the
girl, 21. I'
September they might be out of proportion. 'o'clock in the court house. Matters
Mr and Interment were held Friday 'in a race. They will arrive on the approaches. Albritten & Williams Tornadoes will play Jasper there t
and Mrs. Starling, '
Swke. Joseph afternoon in the Kingsley Lake early morning train and will be released of Quincy are the contractors Instead of Bunnell here as had A general lowering of amieSHments .'of great Importance to sportamen'
boy, September 24. would result In the I will be discussed and out-of-town
only / necessity
Mr Cemetery with the Rev. M. Hall at 7 o'clock a. m. at the depot been tentatively scheduled.
and Mrs. A Clyde Brown, for raising the city's mllluge, it I speakers will probably be ,
nampton officiating. Funeral arrangementswere The birds are white, blue, I b,
boy, October 3.
Mr In charge of the Boree Funeral brown, speckled and vari-colored was said. r ar
and Mrs. A R. Starling, Beverage Permits Lunch Room MovedThe !
I At this meeting It was voted to Townsend Club
off Is p
Clay Home. and a flight taking an unusual J.
County, boy October 3. State and county .beverage licenses Courthouse Lunch Room pay J. M. Edwards $150 for engineering -
the deceased are his sight. I The Townsend Club will meet
laMr and Mrs. Owen R. Alvarez, Surviving and Cafe for business today services In the w
of Tax
sold from the office reopens
Butler 5. widow and four children, of Lyons, construe-I J Monday! night at 7:30: o'clock in r t
boy, October Collector C. A. Knight In the past / In Its new location In the tlon of two clay tennis 1 ,
8Mr and Mrs. R. L Clemons, Ga.; his mother, Mrs. Mary Drlg- Two New Members This business {the court house. 4I
few days have added $160 to the west corner division of the Green wa transacted by .
two brothers I
,, boy, September 17. gers, of Starke: and Goodman of The Rev. Frank Robinson, pas- county coffers a check of the license building on Call Street at Court. the old council before It adjournedto I
...* and Mrs. L. E. Ratliff, Lou- Jesse and Mr Groover Goodman lived all of tor of the Methodist Church, andE. book revealed yesterday.The The next door store, the cafe's for- make way for the new body. Union MeetingThe

Mr boy September 18. Starke. for the L. Williams, principal of B. H. total number of licenses issuedin mer home, is being Joined to its .. Theressa Christian Union
Florida except
hampton and Mrs. M. M. Matchett, his life In which was spent in S. were welcomed as new members the county up through yester- neighbor on the east and will become Tampa's principal Imports are !' i meets every Sunday night at seven ,r

Mr girl, September 30. past year in the employ of the in the Rotary Club at the regular I terday, was fourteen, Mr Knight a part of the enlarged Alex- tobacco, fertilizer materials and i o'clock Everybody Is cordially -
Bt and Mrs. Carl Anders, Lyons Ga. luncheon here Wednesday. stated ander and Co. tropical fruits and vegetables. I 11 Invited to attend.
rke Co
girl, October 3. Bryce

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:MISSION HALL l b Jttd i-eprescnl week foi foul i-onwi-utlM' week In NOT.f' "pr..IATIO' I tn -. thet u. I
unpaid t,,,,,,. f..i. rh., years 1926 to the U.'a Hill "
( "IN THE HUSTINGS"with I 948, both tin-limit i umpiintlnB to newspaper of general circulation, I "nnded s. 'f
The trio of published In Bradford County Florida Every \ ''I ,
girl's composed PerK, ,
A. H. Urppn. of Tax Certificate J "I, .
I IJALHO- Bee at a Ft .'63 ft. B & hoh..r UUe or I,. ,I"" .fl
[ Geraldine Silcox. Florence and El- Nu 862, ihe I ben.rl. .1 j 'f.
I I 628 ft S of NW C'II" (of NEH of Witness my hand nnd official peal A. D. 11133: has : : real property ,'. "" '
August, ,
1// len Meraereau offered a special NI514)' A Run W 1"0' ft. N 236 ft, of this said ('Oilr. this the 6th day I In my office, and made rddai' ... t h.r"on li a I,"I <, I.,".. "ltd'IU"'I.wl,,

JOE GRAIN number at the Mission Hall Tues K 105 ft.I; S3B ft. to Hew, Seo. of October, 1938. tlun for a tax hal to litakss th salt,. ii. 'I", It rLh
80 Tp 7 8 R. 22 E. (OFFICIAL SEAL) thereon. Hold certificate. iioni home. or t in. '" r '<
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.. ... __ day night. We hope to have aglri"s The taxes to lie. Bold are evidenced A. J. THOMAS. the following described property.mbrae"l In of J 1 i""", I" ,,"t", '
chorus formed soon which certificate NOB. ::126 and 1006 of Clerk of Circuit Court of I"lalv "r o.t
--- -' -'" r" ----- -- ----- bv the County of Bradford State of SxSJft"
and 1933 resneiitlvely. and represent Bradford County, Florida : 'a,1 ...
will to those who 1928 Florida, to-wit: i, a" .
Interesting ,
North and South like to have these taxpayers so prove for the years T FRANK "x .
unpaid taxes
14ANDHUl.Alnrn..y Southeast. of
Florida have armed.In have been enjoying the services. inclusive amountIng Quarter meats for special "X"\1 !", :Plo
Wht! Just heavily 1927 to 1938. both Quarter of Southwest Quarter assessed ', .
finished another The of the Bible to $78.26. Section Thlrty-flv. Township S and vaIUlt." o! 1"'I'
where bond subject Study
nearly city Section '
every ALSO: : Lot 24 In Woodlawn Mouth Range 22 East Containing Contiguous ', ,
Cone pitched battle i In elections were scheduled recently was: "He Says vs. What They 18 Township 5 South Ranffe ItOTICH OF APPLICATION 10 acre more or less. pd In Article real Vrop., I). ."" ." ::1'' t

their long: drawn out the local political machines backed Say." This was contrasting what 23 East containing 10 Acres, Foil TAX UIEI ''h. assessment of the said prop- Constitution, forth 10. So..., ,'t"I, ', 'J''
more or less. (*enat, BUI :.t) erty under the said certificate Issued thereafter Said ."".1 '"" I
Said 'No" political war; and the Issue with all available man professes to believe with the The taxes to be sold are evidencedby NOT1CK ISIIEILEIIYOIVItN, That was In the name of M. R. by the till ,IIa). 'be h'l"
again North FlorIda strength. Notably in Jacksonvilleand actual statements of Jesus. Jesus certificate No. 280 of 1934 and Loll Adklna, holder of Tax Certificates Warne. montlon other, anA )'. ",r'"" coir
baa The declared I said "Ye must be born represent unpaid taxes' for the years Numbered r.po..Uvely. of Unless aid ...rtfl."I...hal be r.- may ald """* ""nii,
won. victory was Pensacola the taxpayers took : again. 1933 to 1938 both Inclusive a amounting 916 Issued August 7. 19.13. and\828 deemed ,' property "'

when Governor Cone killed this to indicate that the citizens I Man today says that that is not to 118.42. Issued September 5. 1982 has filed described therein will be old S'airlpSfr",.,ohal'1 S

a proposal to launch a mighty after all. were not going to deriveall necessary; what we need Is the Said tax: certificates together with same In my office and has made to the highest bidder at the court .. \.
all subsequent. omitted or Leviedtales application for tax deed tn be .Issued house door on the first Monday In 'HaVslSr S
road building plan with a 48 mil- the benefit from the proposals. application of social principles to will he sold to the highest bid- thereon. Said certificates respectively the month of Novpnb.r. 1938, which and b.I.E

lion dollar PWA loan. Using the "majority vote" club, to the problems of the day. But der at the Courthouse door In Clarke embraces the following described la the 7th day Nov..mb.r. 198X. one person or any on "3 I'. a'
at Huted this 28th house, nor shall ,. "w'lll
on the Slat day nf October 1938 I properties In the County otrlrr' day of September tho. ,i
Over a year ago a group of leg. undercover "stay away from the any person with spiritual insight I 11:09: o'clock A. M. state of Florida, to-wlt: 1931. ex..mplol allowed 'J1"1 '>< t

tslutors banding: with South FlorIda polls" campaigns were launched knows that all attempts to save Dated thin the lit day of October. of Certificate No. 918. (OFFICIAL. SEAL) uatlon baaed pr000rtionato. !.?,.rooo" ;
1938.107atl0n. West Half of Southwest A. J. THOMAS on the .d .il'
members of the State Road ;. resulting In a defeat of many of the world by the "Social Gospel"have brae.Quarter" of Northwest Quarter .- Clerk of circuit Court of by such person. Inloroot .<

Department hatched a plan the bond elections. In Pensacola I miserably failed. The heartof (OFFICIAL SEAL) & East Half of Southea.tQuarter nradford County Florida. onable may prescribe law appronrL! ,Iell.lau' '>"

failure of the Issue to man must be changed before A. J. THOMAS. of Northwest Quarter 8-30-61-10-38.. of regulating: "
board would be was
whereby a new carry Clerk. of Circuit Court of Section, 10 Town"hlpIoulh., establishing the Hirhtm"' ""
formed to borrow money from the credited as a slap at Sam Ellis you can change his attitude Bradford County Florida.OTlCE Range 22 East. containing 40 JVOTK-K OF APPLICATION: exemption. .

PWJA; (the State Road Department and his political machine, while In toward his fellowmen. Love of Acres Said Certificate more or .. (Senate FOR TAX BUI PEEl NO. I .1NOTICE ) A JOINT RESOLUTION
OF np.1nr.NIJUMELF"rIO'll: 338, embraces Prt011
cannot borrow) on a 10-year repayment Jacksonville the blow fell upon the God precedes the love for human West Half of Northwest IS BIOIIIOBYOIVJCN. That l la&vvasifSSyS", .

plan build the roads, and head of "klngflsh" Fred Valz. Ity There are many things the NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that Quarter of Southwest Quarter Certificate Mm Beulah Kely.. holder of Tax
the Board of County Commissionersof Section 10 Township 6 South 31. Issued the 6th
-- lease them to the state. Pledgedfor Jacksonville's) political leaders religious leaders of today are sayIng Bradford County. Florida will Hangs 22 East containing 20 day of August 1928 has fled to Pass Local Notro q, Inent t

this repayment (In the form of have not given up hope regardless that are contradictory to the consider the establishment of a Acres, more or less.The name In my office and has nE IT fl10OT.'Rl) "HT' \
under the assessment of the said application for a tax deed to be ISLATURS TH LEO,
County Fire Control Unit property -
of Christ Jesus OF
leases) would be the one cent gas of the first defeat. They have statements says provisions of Chapter. 17024, Laws of under % of said Certificate No. issued thereon. Said certificate eta.braces FLORIDA: That THE STATE, 0

tax which the road department secured a ruling from city attorney that He will return and establishHis Florida Acts of 136 If such action Htt was In the name of Bstelle Old- In the the following I ; described property amendment to Section th SI. folo.l.,
County of Bradford
ham; and the assessment of said a of
now uses for new road construc Austin Miller holding that the first own Kingdom; but man says Is approved by a substantial of maJority tb.- property under said Certificate No. State of Florida to-wlti of Florida the Con.ttution of tt.A.t"

tion. (The other two cents of the election was not only Invalid but that he will bring the kingdom and County or and the ttte qualified Hoard voters has elected 9i8 was In the name of Chas. Northeast Quarter Quarter of Southwest si election In amended 12 be, and at ih.1 "" '

three going to the road department null and void and so the constitutional then Invite Christ to come and take and decided that the ratification or n.lm..r.Unle.. said certificate be re- ship S South S..Uoa Banre IS it Town.East, submitted Is hereby for to and .h rij!f*

is used for charge. This is sheer nonsense as reiectlon of such action will be sUbmitted ... according Ihal. 40 Acres more or ratifIcation or
upkeep.) provision that another election to the qualified electors of to & oroo.de".rlb..d .ontalnln. ton by_the qualified elect. _. u .
will be evident to all those who erty therein d or 1lorIda .
The State Road Department upon the same question cannot such County at an election to beheld to: the highest bidder at'II"b."o The assessment of the said prop .ral election to be VOtIOg t-i .:

be held within six months does have been following the happenings at the time of the holding of louse door on the first Monday In arty under the said certificate Issued her A. D. 1935: that held I. to In N..m .
never had any "official" meetingto In Europe the past few weeks. the General Election to-wlt. on November the month of November 1938 which was In the name of Oeo. Section U ot Article I of say it
not apply. City council baa been I A D. which time A ta. Ctng.
1938. at Hunt. tution
I. oC
the 7th the
of Stale
consider this But it day November Of
( plan. went We should believe what Jesus said Florida
the said election will be held In all 191. .
hurriedly called into special wesson Hated this 87th day of Unions said certificate shall be re. b. amended 110 a. to reed .
ahead with the "unofficial" blessing and leave the mouthlngs of men to the precincts of said County and 1938. S..ptembe.OFFICIAL deemed according to law, the property Section 31. In all .folio I
and by a narrow margin has upon the ballot used In said. electionthe ( SEAL) described therein I will be sold at..d In the preceding snI,,
of Arthur Hale of Tampa approved another bond electionfor worldlings who are puffed with question to be decided shall be A. J. THOMAS, to the highest bidder at the court laws shall b. general and Setiop'u".

chairman of the board. The application Nov. 8. And the battle starts their own vanity. a. follows: Clerk of Circuit Court of louse door on the first Monday In form operation throughout or ,
For a County Fire Control Bradford County Florida. the month of November, 1V38, which State, but In all cases not II
was prepared by department all Tabernacle Is ated 0. .nu.",
-I over again.Outstanding UnitAgainst 1-30-i-l0-2. t..Jtarlr Npvember, 1(38. excepted In thal
The last County Fire Con day of September the Legislature may 8rtk
attorney Fred H. Kent; victory In the bond subject Friday night at trol a Unit l93a.OFFICIAL. local laws. except pass

but not until the latter part of battles was scored in Tampa the Tabernacle was "The Man In Testimony Whereof I have NOTICE OF APPLICATION ( SEAL) after otherwise provided&.now In t.or her Con,

did Who Had Nothing To Give." Peter affixedthe FOR TAX IIGU A. J. THOMAS. stitution: PROVIDED that
September Kent or Governor hereunto set my hand and no
where four million dollar
a sewer (.mate IIIII ) Clerk of Circuit Court of or special bill shall b. lo
Cone learn where this 48 and John standing before the lame seal of the County Commissioners NOTICE pa'oed n,
IS "h.U
H1cREHYOIVpN That I local
Improvement project was carried Bradford County Florida. any or special law
of said County this 30 day of '"
million dollars was to be man at the Beautiful Gate without C..1 K. Moore holder of Tax l".r'l 8-30-51-10-28. II..hlnll" or abolIshing t'
spent. ,
September A. D. 1938.OlFICIAL munlclpa
of 600
by a margin some votes t.. No. 3A1, Issued the 6th day t..II. or providing for their

Kent learned the bad news from after a post-election purge of the any money in their pockets might ( A .1.SEAL THOMAS.) of August A. D. 1929, has filed same I OK OF TAXrFn'rFI'AT"N Jurllldletlol and IOv.. .
_ __ have of In my office and has made OT.el 1.1 amending the
the department's chief engineer appeared incapable doing application t..rlnR mm. '
freeholder list bad validated the Clerk of the Circuits CourtIn
for a tax deed. to be Issued unless f
Ham while anything for a beggar. But they and for Bradford County I NOTICK that .. nolle' > l'entl,
Dowllng they were en- election. thereon. Said certificate embracesthe O. Ij. to applv hill! I f"" >,..
route to Tampa to put the finishing had something more valuable for and ex-offlrlo Clerk of following described property In written Haynes request has fl.d.. with tax me plbl8h..d. In the manner pr ld.
the Hoar of County Commissioners. the County of cer .. the
Bradford State of matter
touches on the application. him. The lame man given the ]Florida to-wlt: tificates together with all subsequent to be affected. muI I I. or ,thir,

He snatched the first phone he Legislators are ability to walk was a freer and 10-7-5t-ll-4 Lot 4 sub div of Southwest I the omitted or levied taxes held which notice shall I. p '.II'"h i'

could reach and put In a call for For getting their heads happier man than he would have MTITH OF KI.OIIII Quarter Except, 1 of Lot Southwest 87 re..ta..t. Quarter He I hI the State highest be bidder advertised for and cash sold asirovIed the thirty manner days provided 1,1., t, i I.v ,M I J"'i,i ,i. :'11,

Mra. Ella Neill the governor's together over pet been if they had dumped the ('OI''I'Y OF Hit Un"on"l West bv 138 feet North & SouthIn by Chapter 18296 of the Into the L<)I"lutl', f. ,?
It appearing by affidavit filed In Northwest 1'117 nMH of the Le-h.latur., upon bill.1 The .. & ,ihi', '. J]
secretary. "Hellzapopplng in the The bills they will Intro- world's wealth into his lap and left that certain In Corner Section 20 following ( .. estate IIHS lioen published' 'Inii, 'i 1,
7 South
cause Circuit Township Hange 23 ( '
road department Mrs.\ Neill" he duce at the rapidly him crippled. Bradford, County Florida In Kast, 4 Acres more II the County of Bradford, State of llHhed In the Logi1n| I', i. "J,
court'j conlalnhJI /1.rlla, t.-wlt: hill shall be pa>--. .''I I ,
approaching 1939 entitled, Klunche Talbert or less.The I \
INLld. "Tell the I've got cery of .
governor Next Friday night Mr. Gomes of 8W" & d..nc. shall he ,
f.1' : '
Plaintiff aHsessment of f "
miter 1) the said t
Cl. \
session. Among property of swt4 % Hc. 11 with the bill 'In, ,. 1.
to see him tomorrow about the will discuss the Book of Amos. 1'efemliint and the relief. prayed under the said certificate Is- Township 'J
road them Is one to eliminate the office for being divorce I I Hiied was In the of Fannie 6 S. R. 22 )g, contalnlli Secretary of Stuti' i iuas < i
loan scheme. that the defendant name .
There will also be some special I Banks. 40 Acres, more or le, the t..gl.latll"] MiI" I ,
of harbor master a "patron- Itf a resident nf a state or country -I, The taxiin Bold and the o
I "
1 are ,i ,
Kent saw the governor but music. unknown to plaintiff. and that I'nless Bald ..rlrlcnl.shall be ro.1..n.1 certificate p\'ld..n.,1 Ktubllshed. In >h,. 1 .
age" job still existing In several hI Nos. 179 & 297 of 1928 I. HI.1 i '", .h,
the governor didn't give him a ---. there IK no person In the State, ofi j I Rc'or : the property 1134 respectively, and representuunt.ald In every inst in. i i' i .
Florida' cities which Florida service of i I deflcrlbed therein will lie sold .
was doomedto personal process I tiixen, for the years 1927 to JOlrn..l" of 0, ',-p-, ; I'
to talk. "North Florida BAPTIST CllL'RCHThe
to the
oblivion during the 1935 ses- upon'hllm would personally bind hllh."t, bidder at the courthouse I 9:45.: both Inclusive, amounting to ".. R.pr"'elltn!i u. i i'i'"\ '
elected me governor" he shouted.What'a I Rev. L. A. Shepherd, pas-I the said defendant. the first Monday In Jilt ii?. 3D. "i, no pui"! 11 n I'

the road department slon but was saved through the In- tor of the Baptist Church, an- IT la ORDERED that the de Is the the month 7th of November 1938: which ALSO: One Acre In NW Cor of such law shall I h" ,mlr I "f
day of
I tervention of former Governor fendant I ii. 0. 1'ai-lBher to November, 1938. HW',. of HK'i\ In Clarke Ht-c. under when such luu i
mean by giving us 10 million dollars I nounces as his sermon-subject for the bill of complaint on th.up..ar day Dated. this 26th day of September 2M TI'| 6 S. R 22 K.. provision to t the <'f.., t <' "M, ,r

worth of roads and planning Sholtz. A large group of law make the Morning Service next Sundayat 1 In November the same being. the'7th 1938OFFICIAL( SEAL) The taxes to be sold are evidenced shall not become o|j'" i ,'
ers have been to in day November. otherwise I hv ce-rtirirntp NOM, RIO ''f..lv. unti I ,
pledged join a Decree A. J. and lfl)<19 of' ralrl. o
40 million dollars worth of improvements eleven o'clock "The Harvest of THOMAS !
Pro Cunfesso will be 1933 and 1933 > i i" t td >
effort to the "no I entered against Clerk. of Circuit Court r. p..Uv.ly. nnd r .
an of < and held .
repeal polltax" In the t i- \ "
\ \
south of the At the him for his failure resent unpaid .
the canal? Spirit. Evening service -j to appear. That Bradford Florida. taxes for the ) I'-j In accordance. .
law since hometown this County loll to 1IM1: will r 'i
politicians order be both inclusive
Kent grinned and the Governor he will speak on the third of I .ubl.h..d once each 8305t102S.NOTICE. Into therefor contained In i I I. i

issued his now-famous statement, are finding it a barrier to a series of "Community Subjects." ALSO IR3.8.: ,f HEVi Sep.. 17 Tp. provided by general I "

I I controlled elections. A real driveto 7 a. R. K., containing 80 RE.sTlLfTI .
that he refused to approve the next Sunday night's topic being : A JOINT \ 1 Han
seek sanction of MiamA's Acres, more or I..R. ,
WPA application. | legislative "Can Anything Good Come Out of' The tuxes, to be sold are evidenced tide Amendment IX of the CoiiKtliut to 8 i ti" i ', A

five day racing week plan Starke ?" : hv .prtlfl..t. NOl. 632 and 1431 of lda Relating to ) ,
In the I F
proposed road building I I will be made with many legislators Notc.. Is hereby given that the following described Inn.l. or so much 1(90 and 1933 respectively, and rep- nance hv Adding: Tnxlfl,. i i i '" .Ir
plan Hillsborough County had been i Notice is given that the Sun- will .us necessary to pay the amount due herein resent unpaid, taxes for the years ment That the Sh
I already committed to support to 'n* can'*. ; 1929 to inn: Llolntur.
Heitii"I'po"tJ' with cost of such sale advertising l both amount Provide for
scheduled for the lion's j Bible School will Inr""lve.
share with the idea and with the threatof day Morning .old at public a'IUon on the 7th day of November, ., before. the ing to $12.1. Defray State Ap.r"JI, in.' .,' Ma,
a four lane highway from Lakeland a recall election to outlaw racing meet promptly at 9:45: beginningnext Court House Door at Htarke., the County of Bradford / of Florida. Said '.." together with for the lieneflt of thi I', "' xr.

to Tampa, another from Tam. \' Sunday. The B. T. U. meets all subsequent omitted or Levied tern of Public Free 1, >" .id,
In Dade ll.-.rrliMI. sec. T. II A taxes will be
County hanging over Ovtner Taxes Costs Bold to the highest the State InKtltutl Mijh-
to St. at 6 45 P. M. and the Lots 1. 3 of Elk 1 Orlnal'ouwn bidder
Petersburg still :
pa another the outcome. Interests Evening at the Courthouse door In Pnit 'I i 'tt \
Whiskey of Starke In NE\04 Htarke on the 14th day of October ; the nt'i..a and: .: .Ji.
from Bartow to Tampa. and still I Worship Service begins at 7:30.: i
more paving from Clearwater to ) are already beginning lobbying efforts ___OAOI Lotll of fW\ -nlk- --------2 16 Original 6 22 Elvina MO"lfan ______1 8.BO IMS.Dated at 11-00: o'clock A.1. I .
this the
to arouse for of Sentemlier. Be IT f IN 'E"I "
I support a meas- .
Town of Htnrka In
I ; N5h RFRor.VEI' .
I Tampa. The most The Bible is the world's bestseller "
worthy South : < < !I' C
ure forbidding beer and light wine of KW' __ __ ::29 8 22 Mrs. Annie A. Frasce ._ 13.00 ( ) I.ATIRE That' 1'' ,
RF.\ I
r Florida project, according to Impartial sales in places paying no regular among books. Com of Lot f.of In Hlk W of SF Cor A. J 'l'IO?.rA amendment nf Se.tl't i" \ >" C
:, % observers was a four lane I :- run Clerk llr..ult Court of IX or the Constituterolatlnir I -II
liquor license. A highlight of the No-rirn OF: .\HPi.icvriovl'Oll : N 105 ft ,v 22U SlOG Ct Bradford Florida. to taxation: i I
highway from Palm Beach to MIami to Call "o .
St 13
to 9-30-3t-10-14.
session probably will be renewalof TtX HKl.ltSrnnle ; f and the same !I. ti* > ,
badly needed now. ( IIIII No. .(...) Original Town Stark. and shall be ,,, I II "a
Although South Florida lost the the effort to adopt a no-fence I NOTICK 1S1I10KKBVUIVKN That Com In NBVi of IW\ ---- --2S 6 22 Dank. of Starke _____ 71.80 NO'rCI OF .a.t..O I fled electors IIlb"I., -' J1,,
law with small county legislatorsand j 1 W. H. .Smith holder of Tax Certlfl- HO ft S Cor of Ida, for ratification i .
fight, the state as a whole will be I I catea Numbered respectively 36 Issued Ilk 17 & run W I ft S To the Sheriff of Bradford Coun- the next ensuing r tl
better oft without the PWA Governor Cone still adamant !September: 7, 193(1, 31) issued ft E 60 ft N 25 ft to ty. of the State of Florida: to he held In NO\UII.)I ,
grant. against it. But tax revision anda September 7. 1935 and 49 Issued bpI Original Town of Be It Known. That I. M A. dray, I.l to say that Seetl i \ 'I,

Under the plan the state would sales tax fight will take September 7. 1936. has filed same In In NKV4 of SWVi__28 6 2 II. A. Bishop _____ :21.50 Secretary. of the State of Florida, do IX nf the Con.liufl"' !I' '
Com 20 .
have prece- ft S of NE Cor of hereby give notice that aGENF.flIL and the i contributed 55 percent of the dence my office and has made applicationfur Iot 5 of Ulk & .. .. eme .
over all the other battles 1 run :. f.rIO' as to as follow
I tax deed to be Issued thereon.
mad cost the federal > \V 50 ft S 85
E will
60 ft be
held ,
government In Bradford County "Si'ctlon *.
2. The I I/
with the sales
tax argument goingon !Bald: certificates respectively embraces N 35 ft to .
45 percent. Normally the state beg. Original State of Florida on Tuesday next provide for raising '' '
until the last day of the session -1. the follownir described properties '.wn of Starke In NH'4: succeeding the first Monday In November frnv the expensee "of > 'J'

and Roads the U. S. Bureau of Public and, according to pre- Stale of In Florida the County to-wlt of: Bradford: F:'of.. of SWVi Ltu._2 1 Illk----_-28 6 22 It. A.. Bishop __.______ 4100 being the, ,t. D 1938, the said Tuesday ..hln"; "'I\t. appr"i'' < 'I'
split new road COHIS 5050. of the unit '" i
Hald Certificate No. 85 embraces 'Wotr
session surveys. finally being Original I T ,.L9. iv OF n public free school I Icordnnce 1
! t In other words the PWA scheme I Knst 6 Acres of South; one- In M-v of SWVi :1.1'1' "O'.I'lt pi. '
adopted. -- 8 23 J. Vf Morgan .___-... 05.00 States flom wlh'f"I., I 1 '
g would have added five percent to fourth of Southwest Quarter of tots I. 3 & F:' of Lots 2. the State of Florida for six years ('onet IO I'stltutlons .'
-----.--- Northeast Quarter Section S 4 of Mlk 2 .. Original from Ja n. 3. 1931. I of llittli.: ::i' I

, ) the cost of the state's road Improvement GUM BRANCH I Township; : 7 South, Range 21 Triwtl
p projects for the next Emit: containing; 0 Acres, moreor ur HVVt4 -2 6 22 Mrs. VM V. _. 27.20 Con.r..lonal of the State dent sum to pay I t'''. i
j 1 ten Annie Mae less.Said Lots 5, 7 of Hlk'2S. Original MOI&.n Florida In the Seventy.sixth Interest. of the uxi-ti' i "I
years. Ilarnuge, Cor. CeitlMcate No. 80 embraces Town nf Htarke "
In Congress of the United States. ness of the Stat,*

This Is one Instance in which Houtheaat Quarter of Southwest NW-i "f SW>,, _. ..28 6 23 O. Ti. J.hn.___________ 13.90 For Attorney. General of the
The Rev. Quarter & Northwest Quarter Lots 7, 8. 9 of Blk 32. .1. M. State of Florida. A JOINT nrIOI.I""II-' '
Governor Cone acted In person Leigh Anderson of or l Southeast Quarter Section I 9Township John Addition to Htarke For Three Jimtlces of the Supreme an "' > .';
and Lake Geneva was a business visitor 7 South. 21 In HKVi of 2* Court of the Constitution of Fl'"i irln" I .
', ( not through his secretaries. Range 8W\ ------- 6 23 J. W. Morgan ________ 10.00 State of Florida. ,
to this section Bast& containing 80 Acres mole Lot 1, ::1 i of .1. .M. For Two Railroad Commissionersof the Slate Mllltln 1 h) v i
I ? It was probably the first real pi-ob- Sunday after- or less. Johns Addition to Starke the State of Florida. an Additional $..i u,. i \;

lain laid before him I Said Certificate No. 40 In Hl-l'i! of HW'i 28 6 For One Member. of nllonble to the Fed i .i i' *"f'f'
since he became noon.Mr. embrace -------- 22 II. L. Ktml'| ___________ 6.110 the Mouse of ,
South Half of Northwest The N' 121,4' ft of Lots 2 & Representatives. of the State of ed Troops Known >
Quarter -
111 and
l' Mrs.
and F. S. had
definitely Is the Sapp as of Northeast Quarter & A :S & H 25 ft nf Lot Florida. National OuttrdBK ,

I first real indication that the Coy.k dinner guests Sunday Mr. and North Half of Southwest Quarter 4 of Illk 2. 1lvlnJ"ton. For Five County Commissioners' IR ; f.'

k ernor's hand Is reaching for the Mrs.L. C. Conner and family of of Northeast Quarter Section Truby Co's Additon For Three Members of the Coun FI. ) (rHJ'V.rFII"' '
16 Township 7 South flange Stacks In wu,, -_28 6 V. T. Week, Jr. ______ 6.00 ty Hoard of Public Instruction. : v ,
1 throttle And the Rising Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Lots I. 3 of ink 2 .
again. rumors Shaw. 21 East containing; 40 Acres 16. Livingston '. For Five Members of Bond Trus Constitution. of Flu'' dn "

41 that some other dramatic Show- and children of the State Farm more or less, and Containing In tion Trlhy Co's Addi tee. the State Mllltla h> "t"' '

downs in affairs of state are about,I and Misses Hazel and Bernice 1 all The 126 assessment Acres, more of the or said less.prop- NE14 Starke- --InV.-- __.___of_ 6 2 Unknown _____.___. 15.20 In have Testimony hereunto set Whereof my hand 1 I as an Section additional 5 1 of Sectloi Bald '\ :\:

to pop continue to circulate I Crawford of Hellbronn. erty under said certificate No. 35 Li.tn 12 of 3. 4. B. 0. 7. 5. 1), 10, 11, and affixed, the Great Seal specially applicable I t'' :
M1 was In the of Jim Ilk 2(1( Livingston nf the State of Florida, at Iv State '
much name Prldaeon recoirnlaod
to the discomfort ;
of i .
'n' ,
some Rudolph Chlsm spent Friday Addition' to Tallahassee the Capital "
the : the National luaul
assessment of the said property 1, as
of "the boys" who were beginning night with his mother Mrs. Noon under said' certificate No. 86 was In ";:rh.1n Wifr of of NE'4 _2 6 2 F. K. Prince __._,. 6.20 this, the first day of Sep agreed to and shall .' .j''"
nik 1 1. Liv tember. A. D. 193. F1
to to the electors of the Stu
enjoy the taste of forbidden of Boatdrain. the name of Walter Robinson; and ,
Bradly & Co'sSuhDlvlxlnn
H. A. RAT, Ida for ratification I Ji' '
the assessment. of the said J'h
fruit propertyunder to Starke of : .
I of
Secretary State
the next General Electl
Miss Lillian Barnes said certificate No. 40 .
of Risingwas the of was In NKV4 of NI' ---------- 8 6 2 Oeo. Cnlhoua ____.___ Tn Hon. A. O. Andreu Sheriff In 1938 as follows:
Walter Robertson. 4.4
r visiting Misses Helen and name Lots I. 2 \ nt Blk 32. Bradford County. "Section 6. FLORIDA >JHIM'
The sad fate of I Unless said certificates shall be Llvln".tnn. Truby A Co's 9991114. OUARD -fa) Wheneve. 'hi.? >
1 Dorothy Norman Friday after. redeemed according to law the to MtnrlCM nt be In the State or Florldo ..olit '.,..,
Bond bond
Issue proposalsin properties described therein will be ; NI':' of NKVi -------- 8 22 Llllle' __.__ 6.20 NOTICE OF ELECTIOV reconl"pd National 11unrd. tt
( connection with noon.Mr. I sold to the highest bidder at the Lot 4 of Ilk 3. Davis &2 SaundP._ ? CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENTS came shall b. gear 'iJect ,uI.
Issue the federal and Mrs. P. D. Reddish of I Court-House door on the first Monday Truby's Addition t oStarke WHEREAS, the legislature of 1937 to the lawful.ul urd, 'It
8 "lendingand Heilbronn were visiting her ,, In the Month of November 1938, In NK Cor of SE"4 ';: Constitution of Governor who b, "' ."d.

spending" pro. parents I which Is the 7th.. day of November of NWVi W of Ry ------2g 6 1C. A. Lawson _____ 11.20 .Statt" of Florida, Ilfp.8.Rlto In Chief.. Ob) .h..1 SatIc3 I"
Echoes gram) In Florida Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Sapp 'A. D. 1938. E'-i of Lot 2 of Block 1. 2 Re"ollton. proposing amend.m..nt shall be supported and ,mC .in'
many Sapp Sunday afternoon. Dated this the 5th. day. of Octo. Temples Addition to of the by the State of Florid. I":'. .nlf'.
cities will lead I, ber A D. 1938OFFICIAL Htarke In NK'4 of NW'4 Florida and the same were provisions of law precIb:

to the introduction of a bill at the Mr. and Mrs. F. S. Sapp were ( SEAL & Wl! of NRVi' W of Ry-28 6 2 II. A. Lawson ______ E.20 of agreed all t .' by a vote of three fifths organising, arming.discipllng :: "u" l'ae..ord.n'e '
business visitors A. J. THOMAS. Loin 2. A. 4, 5, 6, 7 of members elected to each said til ra.or"
next to Jacksonville
legislature that house: that the votes
repealing section Clerk of Circuit Court ofUradford nik 8. Temples Additionto on said Joint with t ; 'lit'
9 of the constitution which requires Saturday. County Florida. Stark. In NK'4 of R..oluton. were ..ner... upon their grass and regulations ,> h. .
WVa of W : the yeas States War Departmen .
I a majority of the freehold. Mr. and Mrs. E. K. Yarbroughand 10-7-51-11-4 of Ry I--. ____NB'A__ .----28 t flrM.flIforlnng ___ 37.25 'r.c don, and they did de- pertaining (c) Offlrerf .." I

' ers to participate In a bond election Mrs. A. J. Yarbrough and sons NOTICE Lot. 12, 13, 14 of Bile 16.Temples 2 Joint .Resolutions he that submitted the said erally recognised NatlInfl

: before such an election can be of Woodlawn and Mrs. Noon Bradley We will offer for sale to the highest Starke Addition NWt the electors of the State at the Gen to including h. appointed the Adjutant and .hal''ten.r
; bidder on October 8, 1938 1 In NK' November
; declared valid. I of Boatdrain were dinner Hudson sedan motor number A WS of N/1' W of ny.1 8 2 A. F. Dunham ______ 7.20 I..ton. THEREFORE 1, 193.. A. to or.u.ppn.lon.compulsory dIsc'hurgomoval r..UT"t .,

This restrictive clause was added guests of Mr. and Mrs. W R. 682167, owner's name Braford D. All Fllk 20 Addition. Lots 8. :' nrav. Secretary of State of the State such solely on the liasie .- "UU'profl..l.n..y
Temples to 'or
Coffey. Tom. N. .1.
River also 1
; Florida do hereby ami
to the Kersey and Mrs. H. Keen Starke In notice character "
constitution during boom Monday.Mr. Hupmoblle truck motor numbef NJIof NW' that a determined .according *

days, when Florida cities issuing and Mrs. Wesley Tlllls and A3UU.nF.OISTF.R WVa of NJY. GEXF.RAI a.regulations and usages ."ton'
were I MOTOR CO. Ry ---------2 6 23 -.1. U. Rltch ____________ 40.50 wIl he held In ELICTIO', Flor. by law anything In thlt ._ ,'"i
I1 bonds right and left with daughter. Miss Beatrice Tlllia. of Starke, Flo. Lot on Tuesday next succeeding: the tlon to, the contrary no:' tblar.)

I little regard for their ability to Plant City returned home Saturday 9-18-41-10-7 Addition to Starke In first Monday In November A. D. Ing. (d) The quallflcatl ,,
NW% of NW% N of 8th the Rail' F d.
19i? Tuesday being the
the of
pay if and when the boom ,: after spending some time here :\OTU''': nf Ntl.R OF TA!( ill ---____ 23 6 22R 1[" ida V. Morgan... 2.20 EIOHTH DAY OF NOVEMBER rem and soldiers National Ona:.l ? JTRecognlxed .

I broke. It came too late to protect |,, with her parents Mr. and Mrs. J. I ('Ifl'FIFi'TI'58! Frnc'l T.otn""A7 it. c". for the ratification or rejection of prescribed In mllltarv ""I i1r! ,?ti,
I NOTICE IM HEREBY OIVEN that D of Blk 2. Wynn's Additon the said Joint Resolutions ':
c many cities and that bond issuing i j T. Norman. > I Mrs. N. N. Wynn has filed with me to Starke In NWVi Inl: amendment to the Constitution propos i general promulgated specifications I In <>f .;'i

spree Is now being reflected in the Miss Hazel Sapp spent the weekend written request that the tax certificates \% __--____________88 6 22R Dr. Ida J. Helberger .. 8202J Florida vis: I War Department." |'
I Com on K Side of Walnut A JOINT RESOLUTION I
with all Proposing In
together cast .omPlll'"de.t.ald
subsequent The votes ,
; many appeals to the municipal in Lawtey as the guest of Miss omitted or levied taxes held by the nt A run K iio ft S lot the: Amendment of Section 7 of Ar- smendmenti. .n. r

bankruptcy act. Betty Philips.Mr. State b. advertised and sold to the t W 210 ft to Walnut St tide wx of the (Constitution Relating canvass proposed, .. ann U tIcam. I
I to '.
: highest bidder for cash as providedby on said St lOS ft to beg. the Exemption l .* Homesteads thereof shall b. subject a
Some politicians think that with and Mrs. J. C. Sapp and little Chapter U296 of Lbs 1937 acts of Wynn's Addition to from Taxation regulations and re.rlct.n',

j the boom over the legislature will I sonfi Bobby. of Sampson City the legislature, upon the following One Starke Lot Com In SW at!,.SW of RW'.2 S Sirs Vlda V. Morgan._ 2180 'fATURF BE tT RESOt'VED OF THE: '* THE LEO- are provided by law yinrlda
I OF In the State .f
fall in line with their efforts to1 1 were visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. S. described. real estate In the County Call A Bay sts A run Won FLORIDA: That the following electon. (

make the way easier for bond I Iwuell. 1 Sapp Tuesday afternoon. if :Firadford, State of Florida to.wll Call St 830 ft toBroadway 4 X amendment of the of Section 7 of Article INIT have Ur 'n'HJ'a"
Ht thence S on of the State hand ,
They are learning that the :, rt 15 A of SEc of NKH A 1 Acre said St ft thence B of Florida l relating' to the exemption, (SEAL) Seal of Stat(. lf FI;
: "marjorlty vote' clause has j In HW Cor of N 23 A of 8K-4 of !130 ft 111 St thence of h n> teads from taxation be. 'I'llth55" .
placed I You can't blow pedestrians off NEl. Sec. 29 Tp. 7 8. R. 21 E.. N on said ft 105 to beg.28 8 Unknown 23.10 Si 'S'n'V1* 'I. hereby agreed to, d.apltf. this the IJ'r' I.
a tremendous weapon in the hands the street with your horn. Be 18 Acres more or less. I Lots 7. 8 of Blk 13. Oasklns 1 ohn .hal be submitted to the elee- of July. A. D. :

of the taxpayers"* and they do not courteous. Use your brake. The taxes, to h. sold are evidenced Addition __ _____29 8 23 Mr 1.1.1.. Holllngsworth( 4.50 "i--.i of State at the General R. A. GRAY' "."[(
by certificate Non 91) and 535 of 1937 CARL JOHNS Collector FleClon Representatives In 1938. Secretary 8

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I', .,.u.11 I \;,:",II'ilt"i,; '-ln-0hl SEWELL f TO PLAY IN OCT. HONOR ROLL Hallowe'en CarnivalOn B. H. S. JournalThe FOR PATROLMENOne
chllun, Gone und fin
Lawsey we

rlehe" (\\I,, A / AI KUItor-In-Chlef.KINS, JR. FOR CARNIVALn ished wid de first month ob school First :\Iont h'* In October 28 staff of the B. H. S. Jour- Winner Enrh Month

I" i r"r and dose report cards will be corn-
u Next Pea'k'sPaper nal baa been selected. It reads as Requirements
1 hu o., Rsportem. : Event It in' soon. I hopes we aren't disappointed The P.-T. A Is sponsoring, a follows: James Sewell, Editor-in- Stiff

*'lbl'Ib.n' ,AI' ,I I' ,- Kmnk Emmet! btl'errynanch \Ih"orf'd I | By wid dem. Hallowe'en Carnival Friday, October Chief; A. Z. Adkins, Assistant

*>W i ,t I'h',' -tniltli"ii Mary Edward, P.-T. A. I sho is glad dat our football This year quite n few changes 28. The carnival begins at Editor-in-Chief Reporters: Jean The Boy Scouts met Friday

Ale A .t, !iinwc, Alma. Murrhet, boys won dat game Friday afternoon have been made In school. Among four-thirty and lasts until twelve Davis. Glee Club; Frank Robinson, night at 7:30: o'clock at the Methodist -
'h flume
n t( Clara The B. H. S. Band met Tuesday I'm sorry dat de coach o'clock.
Thou. them the honor roll requirements. School Boy Patrol; Arch Thomas Church. The meeting was
relhr at Its regular practice session wouldn't let dose girls take a picture In the past the Beginning at four-thirty there Boy Scouts; Sidney Griffis and opened with the Scout Oath and
J'11o EDITORIALSOMB with all members present. The ob de boys but de got a good would have years several colums set i will be a parade. There will be a Johnny Chalker, Sports; Emmet Law, led by Scout Master John

4>In ., Band accepted the Invitation of one ob Jennings,! anyway. aside for the honor roll but one fortune-teller to predict your fu- Ferryman, Band And the following Fuasell.
sal the P.-T. A to play at Its Hallow- Goodness alive but has ya heard I ture; ponies for the younger boys
eaavlatur KOOM: PROGRAMS can probably count the honor roll News reporters: Doshla Assembly was blown by the bu
e'en Carnival October 28. wat Gene and Vernon did Friday and girls to enjoy. Prizes will be
1 Ian.M trgt| fifteen minutes of each on the fingers of one hand this Smith, Mary Edwards Edith gler and then for twenty minutesthe
The Well if hasn't went offered for the best costumes.
linn.II. 'Is spent In home room I The band has ordered new mu- night ya dey year. Citizenship grades are marked Rowe, Alma Murrhee, and Clara Troop was drilled In march-
, ibooi 'it\;
walking and Ringing as loud asdt'Y There will be pop-corn cold
Leran)* This program consists sic, which is suitable for football "S" (satisfactory) and "U" (un- ; I Flume. Class Reporters have been Ing. After that, the Scouts answered -
could down de streets in I drinks, hot coffee candy, confetti,
sort devotional and a prpan I games, etc. and it is hoped to be siitinfactory) : A Is from 95 to 100; I named In previous editions of this to the call of roster, and pre-
hoelr" f Gainesville. And! wat dey ice cream and all other things
central Idea such able to support the team with mu- guess B 85-05 75-85 D F fall- the Scout
of Aof ,m.e, lion I a C 70-75. I paper. pared for Inspection by
wan singing? "Come on ole Bradford" i that RO with a celebration of this
Ibi UN traits, good manners, I sic before the season closes. Ing. D In. a passing grade but Master and Senior Patrol Leader.
1 110'onll 'n' and "Bradford will shine tonight" type on sale all afternoon and eve
While the band is doing very cannot count toward your college Next Scouts filed into the auditorium -
i | la just wat dey was singing. ning. A "Hall of Horrors" will Seventh Grader
wx feI well little variety in InstrumentsIs entrance grades. It is estimatedthat for Instructions from As-
all and what
L!(,' I, M reel day Don't ask me where de girls were be another feature of the enter-
K: 01 largely evidenced and more players are about 7 out of every 100 pupils Writes About Trip sistant Scout Muster Elmo Struth.
, flunk depends upon cause I'm not so sure but I think tainment. During the evening an
owiriuntil needed. Any high school student will receive A's. who III Director of the School Boy
"tI", hat,, ..KI, i?arty In the morning dey was hidln' in de car. At least Interesting program will be given.
, ate Interested In playing clarinet, saxophone To be honor roll the Roberta Whltfleld. seventh Patrol. Mr. Struth told the Pa-
is tho on the ,
[,;j -lurnr room program dose boys has de school spirit. year Save up your nickles and your
L'at vnto start the day off i drums, or other Instu- one mast receive iB, or better in dimes and come out and have a grade; student, has written the trolmen and Scouts about a con-

ally II t leaves a thought for you I ments please see Carl Roberts on Bradford wasn't all well represented ALL, subjects cUh nshlp grades good time. "story of the trip she and her father test for the School Boy Patrolmenthat

of"V ik, ,dht\think "bout during the day. WeAve Tuesday, Wednesday, or Thurs- at de football game in must be satisfactory, and one may took to Belize, British Hon- begins Oct. 3, There will be
. day at 4:00: o'clock P. M., in the Gainesville Saturday night as dey first follows three judges who will select every
. tan hud many Interesting and not be tardy: or absent one single I MY FIRST FOOTBALL GAME: I duras. The part :
oveit, already this school auditorium. was when Florida played Stetson time It Is an honor to be on the' When I on tho boat in Tampa month the Patrolman best living:
'. IW programs (By A. Z. AdUlnn, Jr.) got
lpfui but clone dat went sho had a good
Members of the band and the In- to the Rules and Regulations of
'onti.umtri.. honor roll this year. Last Friday will live in my it was just past twelve on a up
, ar
')lox eM' struments they play are: All dese students think dat pic- In the next Issue of this paper memory until the sun shines at : day in June. To me, a stranger, this contest. This Patrolman will
L. M. Gaines Garland have his and life story in
Trumpets, picture
U'l'RECIATIONpid seemed to be unusual activity
read the names of the students midnight. It was the first time there ,
ture "Alexander's Band"was
'4e' ( to think what Godwin, Joe Allen Lauder, Billy I the docks at the foot of the Bradford County Telegraph,
f lUil, you ever stop wondeful. I'm dat who make Honor Roll the first most of my teammates and I had on ,
' tlj Overstreet, Arch Thomas, Jr., Ber- glad dey and will be the guest of the Rotary
, Glee club director Mrs. Mable school month. ever played in a real football, Jackson Street. In reality It was
ir enjoyed it.Mammy. I I
lunurcihj nard Jordan trombones E. K. Ferryman Club the Wednesday.The .
to our school? She ; the work. The motor ,
" all means wants to extend all ob ---- --- game. We played Green Cove I I only regular

1.1 her.U ?. lurries back and forth throughout Jr., Bobbie Biggs; mello- her sympathy to dat dear old Sol- What Would Happen... Springs here in Starke. I ship "Albert" was taking on Rules and Regulations of
( for other Glee phone, Comer Ferryman.GRADENEWS, for It's this contest are:
, Con( B county doing id Geometry class, cause dey are For lunch Friday we had two cargo and passengers reg-
hoc | what she Is II the Carrlbenn lum- 1. Highest grade In all studiesfor
doingr ular cruise to
lubs exactly It these boys and girls didn'tget soft boiled two ;
t, n..I not getting as good grades as dE'Yare (supposedly) eggs,
tI'ar"pa' t ours, working hard with them accustomed to making. And their business for the week-end I pieces of dry toast, water, and ber for Havana and an automobilefor the proceeding month.
i 'id them the best of her I Belize, British Honduras. As 2. Neatest appearance of belts
iver j giving it's hlnda hard on dem. confused l ? last but by all means not least,

naIe rvices and ability. JUNIOR CLASS According to de new schedule, If Edith didn't ride home with I spinach. After eating that lunchI I the last sack of cement for Payo and badges.

5., school music candy, cold drinks and sandwichesthis If Bradford the football believe ber two" hatch a bell clanged. Thornton.
aunty public Jasper on one ob de girl's birth- won eaten most anything. You can -
with E. L.
'hlrjI achrr for Beveriil years; years Friday and we hope to makea days. Data a good way to cele- game Friday? I It when you realize we had The powerful twin Diesel engines I 4. Best cooperation

"'.nra ilcti havi been completely filled little bit more than we did last brate, don't ya think? If all the seniors would decide nothing but a glass of milk for I+ warmed up. As the engines: settled Williams.

.i1mjl her one of the busiest Friday. We want everyone to I don't know whether de football they liked the tame invitation? breakfast.The down to a steady hum, the 5. Being on time at their post

:1, men <'van< seen by familiar eyes drink as many cold drinks and eat boys were too tired to cele- If Freddie didn't talk In study next thing I knew, we were mean boy hurried aboard with the :I of duty.Not of the

I II u 1 1FIl'I ,8. die a very well known per- as many sandwiches and as much brate after de game or wat butI hall ? putting on our uniform and were last armload of wood for the gal- : rules 6. of SAFETY.breaking any

il, lot only at our school; shed candy as you can hold and still expected to see more boys car- If our would-be authoress (Mary seen out at the football field. ley stove The stores were all I 7. Host with schoolchildren

u I, oi seen almost anytime pasgrj yell for "Old Bradford." rying on that I did. Townsend) didn't enjoy "Reading Coach said for us to lie down and aboard and Coptnln Gough called cooperation

h | m hoi" Chevrolet Coupe; more We will appreciate every bit of Mammy sho hopes dat de Little class" better than any other sub- rest because we had a hard grind from the hurricane deck "Let go 8. to all drivers

IIn.. -,JD tkely on her way to a pupil's cooperation that we receive Friday Women gets a good start dls year ject? ahead of us. the head line" The engineroombell I Moat courteous

I n.I ,me ,if to see someone aboutme wid dere first meeting Tuesday. I If the pupils didn't want to get signaled for "slow ahead." As and passengers/ of cars.
During all that time we were
laha >thoi musical matter. Reporter--Hugh Ingram. hears dat de officers are goingto upstairs in the morning? the "Albert's" horn swung out the 0. Showing most ImprovementIn
kept in We didn't know school uiul the
h.r' the I be de first hostesses.I If Iris Crews would grow a lit- suspense. stern line was let go. The engine- safety wearing
Our school appreciates good who was going to be in the start belt and badge at all times.
11tee, ork Mrs Wall has done in past NINE B ELECT OFFICERSMrs. la sho look In' forward to see- tle taller ? room bell jingled for "full speed'
ing line up or even who our cap- 10. I when
Stopping fights possi-
'J" nd look forward to theme Anderson's room, 9B, has Ing all ob ya out to dat Hallow- If Dorothy Alvarez didn't always ahead." and the "Albert" was under -
are tain was going to be. (A differ- ble.
held Its elections and the De have chewing gum? for It's southbound run.
-xcellent work In the future. yearly e'en Carnival de twenty-eighth. way I
ent captain is appointed before I After this talk Mr.
given by
-. following people were elected to only thing dat I is worried aboutis I If our English class didn't have Buoys were passed that mark

, ,r office: Rivers Hundly was elected de spookes. I sho Is scared ob I to write paragraphs In ink? each game by the coach.) the ship slip channel as darkness Struth, Patrolmen were assigned

THANKS President and L. E. Mosely, vice-i dem witches. If the pupils quit complainingabout I The big moment soon arrived came these bouys turned into i to their different posts of duty.
"u Wi, wish to express our sincere I ? and it was learned that Jimmy i The meeting closed with the Scout
the teachers
president. The offices of secretaryand Here's hoping to see some good twinkling lights. At ten o'clock
:anka to the Bradford County Sewell was to be our captain, and Oath, Law, and Benediction and
treasurer were combined and monthly grades, If Betty Phillips quit talking Egmant Key was left behind and
for all of the help that I I to be in the line Taps sounded.
elegraph was starting were
Davis Harrium was chosen. Barry -Mammy.Guess about George? I : the ship began to roll as we steamed -
bey have given us with our news- playing center. I .
Ir Kellum was elected class re- -- If Ruth Simpson didn't make up : Into the open Gulf.
A1'10'- aper work and football. It is After the little conference be-
? I Lost and Found
I porter. Who? eyes That night we stayed up until
sly through their kindness that tween the two captains and the
I ft.Frt If E. L. Grlffls wasn't chewing
had Egmant
.. ie students have the privilege of officials before the it we passed Key. ,
right ,
>| SEVENTH A This senior girl Is about five feet gum? dy and I sat on the top of the Found-By Jimmie Sewell, a
Sh.Io, HUng our school paper. We had a speaker in our room ; and one inch and weights 101 If Carolyn Keen didn't smile? was decided by a flip of the coin hatch most of the time. There new part of speech (exclamation..)

"v.rG Bradford. High School. September 27 Mrs. Woods, who pounds. She talks a lots and la If everybody had all their that we were to kick off to Green were also big oil drums which we Lost-By Helen Dowling, a per-

" told us about England. She told liked by everyone. She especiallylikes books? Cove.Well sat on. We were so tired that I fectly good Ingrowing toenail.
rio L. G. JOHNS, JR. think brunette and the Uni- If :Mr. Whlttlmore could do sir, I've had many funny
"' I us about the scenery, and we boys when we went to bed, we fell Found-By the football team, a
On September 11, 1920 the home She dresses with his hair? and peculiar feelings In my life,
of something
111' that England must be a very pret versity Georgia. 'asleep almost at once. new backfield.
I Mr, and Mrs. L. G. Johns but I'm of them
was sure none can
didn't have
If Nettles
ty country. neatly and has a pleasing person- Ralph _. Lost-By teachers, as many students -
laddened the birth of fine with the I felt
by a just
'e"e ? compare way
We have a citizenship chart. If ality. pretty eyes on honor roll as there were
0h" aby boy. They were very proud a pupil In the class does somethingto before the ball was kicked. I felt PRIMARY JINGLES last

him 1 and named him L. G. Johns, -- -- as if I were in another world and __ year.
'],,1 make the room more pleasanthe Found-By Gene and Vernon
lunlor! all the people seemed perfect FIRST GRADEWe
or she gets a star. The boy and good time Friday night
,IaIv' This boy has reached the height girl who has the most stars at the I tr+ = ELEMENTARY ECHOESSIXTH II strangers. My stomach felt as if have had a good time the i Lost-By Bradford's football

> f alx feet and now weighs 152 end of the term of school gets a It just wasn't there. But that first month of school now and nextI team Friday afternoon, Captain

," L G. has a dark complex- I feeling left after the first play. I I month we will do much better
II prize. Harper
GRADEWe some Is mixed.Congressman. hit someone in the knee with my work and will be better
rh on, dark brown eyes and black Mrs. Demoresta we boys
The class I Enza
gave tests Green has sent to Found-By an enjoyable
I' air. have been taking our head and I was counting stars and and girls.
surprise fruit shower October 6. this week and everyone Is hopingfor : each of us a free copy of "The Use I listening to Delia. Teacher-Ruby LIHey. guest for the week-end.
At the of five he entered Reporter-Leonard Peck. Lost-The honor
of Our National Parka. This Is
; good grades although they are At the end of the first quarter,
n"d. chool at Hampton, where he com-i 'much harder to make this year very interesting. We had already: Harold Griffis who knows more FIRST GRADE A Found-By Florida, a team that
leted Junior High School. L. G NINTH GRADE I tney could beat
er, since our standards have been studied some about national parksin about football than I do, took my We painted our trash basket. It
,) ame to Bradford High as a Soph- The ninth grade Is glad to wel- various places of the U. S. .
raised.In place at the guilotlne.
ei is white and green. Robert has
more and will complete Senior come a new student. Her name is art we are painting scenes After the test papers were graded At the end of the half Green been absent. Kllng and Sidney are We Wonder Why?
!Ugh this glad to
and are
1I Jean Edwards we
I year.L them we all looked over them again :
1t but haven't finished yet. Cove was leading us 130. I'd working. Juanita has a baby sir

t, G expects to enter college have her with us. We all at hope B.she H. Pupils have been bringing pictures and found, to our surprise, from i rath-er not state here what hap- ter We had a party on Friday Starke doesn't play the University -

III hen he graduates. He plans toe will enjoy her first year and clippings for the bulle- "very reliable" sources that: Mar-I pened In a certain comer of the The "A" class has read In the new of Florida In football.

ed I,' a Forest Engineer and is work- S. the tin board. Some have brought co Polo's grandma and aunt ball field during the half.I Science Readers Edith and Clara have been so

tg toward that goal. His great- Jacquelin Andrews was this magazines for our reading table to China before he died. started as center again in the Teacher!.(. MIddleton. busy talking about radio announcers. -

I -it: desire in life is to travel over guest of Rivers Hundley and a few have brought books. We Compass tells us how much longer second half. I wasn't quite so scar .

' 11 Europe. weekend.Joe are to bring a penny if we can, we have to sail." "Columbuswent ed then as I was In the first half.I SECOND GRADE! The football boys didn't go to

, ; His likes are many, football Allen Lander, Jacquelin attended Andrews when we are absent or tardy and to many kings because he think it's because I was a little We have been enjoying our "Ac- the dance Friday night

wimming horse-back riding and and Rivers Hundley use this to buy books for our li- liked to travel." "Isabella was dizzy from being knocked aroundIn tivity Workbooks" very much. We Marian is so anxious to play w

'ala ''Uket' ball being among his best the Florlda-Sewanee game brary. Queen of Spain," "John Gutenbergwas the first part of the game. have just finished studying about basket ball. Don't forget that

ikes He also likes certain bru- which will be played Saturday Reporter-Mack Futch the first man to reach India At the beginning of the fourth all the different workers-grocery- Gene is one of our star players. ;
I "tte girls. His one dislike Is con- night. Teacher-Mrs. Searing. by sen." quarter It happened. I believe and men, mailmen milkmen, firemen, Doshla couldn't talk Friday

, ,, flted people. Reporter"Buddy" Davis This Is about the most interest I'll swear to It that all of Green I etc. We didn't realize before that night.

, IG has a wonderful personalty SIXTH GRADEWe ing information available at this I Cove and part of Starke fell on my, we did have so many people help- Bob has been buying so many

nd is liked by all who have I Friends Of School have been painting pictures time. ankle John Arthur tackled a player Ing ua each day. stamps lately

3et elm He makes good grades Invited To ProgramThe this week and have some very Mrs1. Lazonby's room and I tried to help him when it Teacher-Kitty Hogsed I Somebody didn't make a touch-

'rA a school in all his subjects, his I pretty ones. happened I saw every color of I down Friday.

,I vverage\ grades being not lower One of the boys made a moving FOrilTII GRADE the rainbow, heard bells, and saw I SECOND GRADE -

'!I' inn B He plays on our football school will observe Health picture frame. We are going to Mrs. Hart has read "The Picka stars. My whole left side hurt I I I We have started to read stories

,10', can and we hope that he will and Temperance Day, Oct. 28, at have pictures In our room in ninny Twins" by Lucy Fitch Per- so that I though judgment day In our Readers about Birds. On Shirley Temple

b. '0011 be a star-football player. one o'clock. The high school will science and history.We kins, to us. We are anxious to was here. our bulletin board wo have pic-

J. G is well liked by his teach- have a program in the auditorium. enjoyed the Cane Twins very have her begin another book. After being 'informed by the tures of the useful birds In Amer- (fly Mary Townsend)
r'tha of the school are invitedto I U back I t like Greta Garbo with her
fro! and classmates. We wish him Friends much. Joyce :Moore In school doctor that I was going to live, ica. They help the farmer by eat-

hatr :such success In his future work come and hear the program. Reporters-Hyron Jarrell after being 111 for several days and that my leg wasn't going to ing worms and Insects. Birds sing Sweedlsh manner

rut let Lyle Anderson Abbll Lean Clemons baa mov- be amputated I Also those two comedlensJoe
We all know that he has the i iID my eyes and make us happy. They have
,Itd power that will lead him to1 I It's A FactThat -- Teacher-Miss Kenedy. ed and is not coming to our school and hobbled over to the side-lines. beautiful colors. We love birds, E, Brown and Eddie! Cantor

ur, J1" goal in life Good luck L. G.I' now.'e were sorry to have her Harold Griffis again entered the and want to protect them And I think Joan Crawford'sActing
r 'rm the Senior Muriel Hall missed chew- FIFTH GRADE I Arena to center the pigskin. He Teacher-Mrs. Rltch. la very good
Class of 1939. go.We
,. this week. Any- Betty Turner and Margaret have painted some more I was In as much pain as I was And I'd dance like Fred Astalre
-.--- i ing gum one day
I J'I interested as to the where- Montleth went to Jacksonville to scenes with our Tempera paints. cause he had a Charley horse bee'' SECOND GRADE lIt I only could.
School )I
'on" Boy Patrol i one abouts of her gum can consult see the Doll House. The came Our last scenes were much better his leg almost big enough to The following boys and girls 'I But there's one little girl that

lu and told about it, and it than the first. but he to well We all like well,
" Gives Protection Mrs. Walnwrlght's trash basket. back us I managed play any- have been appointed to keep our
!Indl I That Perry Galney studied a was very Interesting. Betty and Teacher-Mrs. Hart. way.I room neat and clean: Oh, I don't think I'd need to tell-

orra Every Bobby Turner went to the circusin found out that my ankle was Blackboard-Jack Rigdon and : That pretty little girl with
time little this week. '
) the Bradford High
'r'.u'' 'ootball tell us plainer than Gainesville and they liked it FOURTH GRADE sprained, but that wasn't the half James Nelson. The cute little dimple
team That
,r,\ wke plays a game in words that Ralph Nettles has join- very much. Last Friday we elected officersfor of It. I had to be in a weddingthe I Librarian-Juanita Andrews. Of course you know her name-
they their
.''" "dps and traffic will officers have as the loy- ed the football squad. He has a We are very glad to have Bobby our Book Club: President, Raymond next day and rehearsal for It Flowers -Junior Bradley. Swedish manner

" toys face. Turner back after being sick. Kellum;; Vice-President, Joe was three hours away. But I made Waste Paper--James McRae. .
Pe who are In the School Boy lovely skinned
fira Itrolto That Iris Crews, in spite of her Our whole room drew spring Townsend; Secretary, Dorothy it with no serious effects. Desk atralght-Wlllla Gunter Society

,n I Every time short walks at the rate of scenes. Part of them are not fin- Barnhill: Treasurer, Dorothy I'm quite sure that mont of the Workbook Distributors: --
a boy or girl comes ished yet. Johns Each pupil Is to read at players had quite a bit of foot Wllma Faulerson and
f'sl a H S, for have about twenty-five miles an hour. Reading Edith Rowe was the week-end
guardians school he School That Muriel Lee Sapp receiveda We have had two visitors this least one book a month and report ball knowledge knocked, and Earcell Luke.NumbersMyrtce. guest of Enza Weaver at the State
the Boy
o'II afros pocket book made of seeds from week, Nancy Lee Knight and a on It. mean knocked into them. II, Warren and 'arm.

fact South Sea Islands. little boy. The pupils who have been in You can have your football heroes Donald Comer.CrayonLouis. Doahla Smith spent Saturday in
of the
!IIIn every time or any place one red. Reporter-Ida Lee SUcox. charge of the room programs this but remember it takes Grlffls. Jacksonville.
,. B, H. That Gayle likes
] S. ford
ety they have needs anything That Ralph Nettles is! giving Teacher-Miss Morgan. week have given some good pro- ELEVEN players to make a suc-I Music Books-Desso Luke and Those attending the Florlda-Se-
IIr' only to call on
grama. Pupils from other rooms cessful football team. Wlllard Gunter.
rrN School heart failure. wannee game Saturday were: Cle
r some
Boy Patrol. These boys '
FIFTH GRADE came In to sing for us. .
\ oe schooled That all nuts don't grow on Teacher--Edna Prevatt. on Woolen. A. Z. Adkins, Jr., Betty
.r xrue in safety by Boy Our free material such as: bulletins We miss Margie demons since Dad-"Where were you last ... Green, Margaret Pearce
work, Elmo Struth and under frees. Phillips charts, folders, maps, book- she moved. night?" Mother "What! Have been
" r' i That Iris Crews and Betty you Sewell, John Chalker, L a. Johns,
.. >""/'fnton' pervasion: of W. are playing basket ball. lets, etc., are arriving, and we are We are sorry Dorothy Kite is A. Z.-"Oh, just riding around fighting again Cleon? Nice boy.don't Everett McKinney, Carlton Chas-
E'I them in connectionwith having so much trouble with her with of the "
" The --Two Tenth Grade Observers. going to use some boys. fight lain, Virginia Fugate and Doahla
IrI' ''lren people of Starke our health, geography, history eyes. We hope she will soon be Dad-."Well tell them not to Cleon-"Yea, I know that. I Smith t

, lit"i< not go fear to school at B. H S. Polo-was played by the Persiansbefore and reading. Some of the able to come back to school. leave their hairpins in the car" thought he was a nice boy, but Hazel Thomas and Itarzle Howard i

1 for for their children's the beginning of the Christian -, Information IS beautifully illustrated ReporterDorothy Barnhill, after I hit him once, I found he spent the past week-end In
" they are Protected by the facts and Teacher Mia* Edwards. wer-Edlth "
Sc 001 ; some Is plain ; -- Rowe. wasn't. Jacksonville.II bI
Boy Patrol. era. r a. flG

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Canova-Patten Wedding Miss Stump Is HostessAt Redgrave-Torode Wedding Mrs. Clark Is HostessTo freshments of rhn, ,";, '-"
Plans Announced For Two r Party Honored At Auxiliary MeetingMrs. soda and Individual. .il I ,, I, alii
Party guests after th al,,i I", t ,. lethe
} Of Interest to a wide circle of Miss Evelyn Stump walt hostess Buffet SupperMrs. R. F. Clark was hostess to buslncsa meetingHens : I1ln a If

,3ocielrJ friends will be the plans for the Wednesday night of lust week at W. E. Torode was hostess, members of the Ladies' Auxiliaryof .

Canova-Patten wedding, which her home on Walnut St., when at a buffet supper given In honorof the Presbyterian Church Tues- of all ages should,, ,t".
will be solemnized Tuesday night, she entertained the members of the members of the Redgrave- day afternoon at 3,00 o'clock at fully culled untIl Sept?, 1 "<(s
October 18, at 8 o'clock in the her bridge club In honor of Miss homeon 1 __ nbc ,
Torode wedding: party at her suburban home. Marigolds, u
Baptist Church, when Miss Mary Lulu Redgrave and Miss ;Mary Ca- --
WEDDING IS LOVELY EVENTOF Kingsley Lake Tuesday night zinnias, and other Fall flowers
Canova, daughter of Mrs. E. E. nova, brides-elect of this month. Immediately following the wed- were used In decorating.Mrs. .
WEDNESDAY IN METHODIST CHURCH Canova and the late Mr. Canova, Attractive arrangements o f
Characterized by beauty and maid-of-honor Miss Georgia and George L Patten, of Tallahassee ageratum, roses, and coral vine ding rehearsal. O. E. Stansbury, president,
of and purple conducted the business
will be united in marriage.The were placed to advantage throughout Quantities yellow meeting
was the marriage of Mia Haynes. I flowers arranged and led the devotional
dignity wild attractively which consisted -
will be in the of the home.
Mr Torode had as his beat man, bride given mar- lower floor I
Lula Rae Redgrave, lovely daughter Eldrldge Smith. Ushers were William riage by her brother, F. A. Canova, Upon arrival the guests were In baskets and vases adornedthe of songs, scripture and pray-
of Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Red- H. Graham and James Den- of Gainesville, and she will have asher presented tallies of an attractive large living room where the I er. Mrs. Stansbury also had chargeof
grave and William Edwin Torode, nis. I matron-of-honor Mrs. F. A. floral design by little Miss Merry guests were entertained.Mrs. the program for the afternoonand

son of Mrs. W. E. Torode and the The lovely bride was Canova. Brides-maids will be Miss Beth Knight, daughter of Mr. and Torode was assisted In en- presented Mrs. C. F. Ward
late Mr. Torode, which was solemnized gowned in a smart wool suit In Louise Bryant, of Ocala, and Miss Mrs. H. V. Knight Homemade tertaining and serving her guestsby and Mrs. Clark, who gave Inter- w
at a beautiful wedding Her Lynette Patten, of Jacksonville. candy was served throughout the Mrs. D. A. Monteith, Misses esting articles on Alaska. A chap- FLOWERS FOB ALL
dubonnet, with fur trim. only
Wednesday afternoon, October 12, ornament was a brooch, which be- Flower girls will be Martha Jane game. Hope and Georgia Haynes. ter from the *book "Our Presbyterian OCCASIONS

In the First Methodist Church. An longed to the groom's grandmother. Waiuwrlght, of Tallahassee, and When scores were added Mrs. Those present to enjoy the eve- Church" was ably reviewedby In any designs. Ala
impressive ring ceremony was per- Her accessories were of du Mary Anne Canova, of Gainesville.John Jack Wllllama was found to have ning with the hostess were members Mrs. E. M. Davis. During the Wired to anybody Flowers
the J. Canova, Jr., of Gainesville made and witha of the Miss business meeting the chairman of anYWhere
formed by the church pastor bonnet and her flowers were a cor- high, was presented wedding party for any occasion.
Rev. Frank Robinson, at 4:00: sage of orchids and valley lilies. will act aa ring bearer. novelty match holder. Miss Es- I Lulu Redgrave, Miss Georgia the manse committee announced
o'clock In the presence of a large Miss Haynes was gowned in a Mr. Patten will have as his best sle Coleman and Miss Arline Mann Haynes, Mrs. H. C. Brown, Mrs.A. that work had begun on the paint- MBS. N. D. VAINlUGIIT
group of relatives and friends of boy blue model with which she man T. Frank Latilrum. Ushers were given handkerchiefs as guest Z. Adklns, Mr. and Mrs. R. J. ing of the manse. Phone 102
the popular young couple. wore dubonnet accessories. Her will be Ben H. Fugua, of Orlando, prizes. Davis, Edwin Torode, Eldrldge Mrs. Clark served delicious re-

The church was decorated with flowers were a corsage of Talisman William P. Simmons, of Tallahassee The hostess presented Miss Red- Smith, William H. Graham, JohnH. -
orchid and gold dahlias and gold rosos. ( ; Malcolm McCollum, of Bush- grave and Miss Canova with a Redgrave, James Dennis, the
candles in candlelnbra against' Mrs. Redgrave, mother of the nell; and Eugene L. Matthews, piece of their chosen pattern of Rev. and Mrs. Frank Robinson, INSURE WITH
I Starke. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Johns, Mr and
groups of palms and ferns. Bouquets bride was becomingly attired Ina china.
Mrs. L. A. Canova will play the Mrs. D. A. Monteith, Miss Hope
of orchid and gold chrysanthemums -
model of forest green with which Misses Katie and Virginia Fu-
music and Mrs. Mary Haynes, Miss Martha Powell, Sam HAROLD C. WALL
and dahlias tied with she wore black accessories. A wedding gate assisted Miss Stump In serving AgencyEst.
ribbon marked the family Petersen Godwin, of Gainesville, Alvarez, John Arthur Torode, Mrs.C. ,
gold corsage of yellow dahlias completed a delicious salad course to the
be the vocalist. M. Mitchell of Tallahassee, and
The beauty of the scene
pews. her costume. following club members and
The minister will be Mrs. Fred of Jacksonville. ( Over 50 Years)
altar officiating Guy
enhanced further by an
was Mrs. Torode, mother of the guests: Mrs. Jack Williams, Mrs.
arrangement of tall floor stand- bridegroom, chose a frock of boy the Rev. L. A. Shepherd, pastorof J. R. Boring, Mrs. E. R. Struth, We write EVERY form of INSURANCE-Consult
ards holding orchid dahlias againsta the Baptist Church. P.-T. A. Makes Plans us as
blue with dubonnet accessories.Her Mrs Richard Kldd, Mrs. E. L. would
you your Lawyer or Doctor. You
and may
of dahlias save
background gold of Talismanroses. Matthews
corsage was Miss Martha Powell, For Hallowe'en\] PartyMrs.
gold candles. Candlelabra holding I Two Brides-Elect HonoredAt :Miss Arline Mann, Miss Essie money and grief. Remember money spent with your

gold tapers- were placed at Intervals The bride is one of Starke's most Progressive Supper PartyAn Coleman, Miss Ruth Sternberg, E. K. Perryman, presidentof local agent may come back to you.Mathews .
= on the chancel railing. attractive young girls. She Is a Miss Kitty Hogsed, Miss Hope the Parent-Teacher Association
Trailing asparagus fern twined graduate of the Bradford County event of Monday evening Haynes, Miss Lillian Sternberg, presided at the regular meeting
around the chancel rail added a High School and for the past few was the progressive supper party Miss Lucille Mitchell, Miss Geor- last Thursday afternoon in the
further note of decoration. years she has spent her time here given by Mrs. N. D. Wainwright, gia Haynes Miss Abble Harley, school auditorium.

Preceding the entrance of the and in points in Virginia.Mr. Jr., Miss Mlna Manassa, Miss Ruth Miss Lucille Kennedy, and the two During the business session Mrs.
wedding party, Mrs. H. C. Brown Torode, a prominent young Sternberg, and Mrs. E. L. Mat- hororees. L. F. Smith, chairman of the finance -
played a program of nuptial mu- business man, was also a graduate thews, honoring Miss Mary Canova I, committee, announced the Dairy
sic. Mrs. A. Z. Adklns sang "I of Bradford County High and :Miss Lulu Redgrave, pop- Luncheon In GainesvilleFor plans for a Hallowe'en party to be
Love You Truly" (Carrie Jacobs School. At present he Is mana- ular brides-elect of this month. given Friday, October 28.
Bond) and Mrs. R. J. Davis sang ger of the Torode Chevrolet Com- At seven o'clock the guests met Miss CanovaComplimenting Mrs. W. B. Sewell, chairman of
"Because" (d'Hardclot). The bridal for the first course at the home of
pany. :Miss Mary Ca- the following numbers:
party entered to the strains of the Reception Is Held Mr. and Mrs. N. D. Walnwright, nova, whose marriage to George L. the followin gnumbers:

"Bridal Chorus" from Lohengrin Immediately after the ceremonya Jr., where beautiful arrangements Patten, of Tallahassee, will be an Solo, "Goodbye To Summer,"
and the bride and bridegroom and reception was held at the homeof of roses, chrysanthemums and event of Oct. 18, Miss Elise Jones Mrs. R. J. Davis.
attendants left the church to the the bride's brother-in-law and other Fall flowers were used in was hostess at a lovely bridge Five objectives of the P.-T. A. 5 Percent Butter Fat
strains of Mendelssohns's "Wed- sister, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Johns, decorating. Miss Lillian Stern- luncheon In Gainesville Saturdayat Mrs. Sewell.
ding March." which attended intimate berg won a linen handkerchief In
was by one o'clock. "Are the Schools Preparing the
bride entered with her friends and relatives of the couple. a novelty holder for making the "
The The guests were served in the Children for Democracy? Mrs.
brother John H. Redgrave, by The home was decorated throughout best toast to the bride. served dining room from a long table, Bynum Perkins. MILK .HEAVY CREAM BUTTER
The main course was on
( whom she was given in marriage, with dahlias, coral vine, zinnias of Mr. which was laid with a handsome "Should the Learning Pattern ,
card tables at the home
and had as an only attendant her and other Fall flowers. TheAlexander's I Matthews blue luncheon cloth and centered Remain Unchanged 1" Dow G.
and Mrs. E. L. on
Church St., where a color schemeof with a low bowl of yellow daisies. Beck.
purple and gold was carried out White placecards stood in dainty "How Can the P.-T. A. Cooperate AND BUTTERMILKMORNING
flower holders. With the School Board In Setting -
In the flowers. Small bud vases
l Cut Price a Better Pattern for LearnIng -
containing miniature purple and In the living room attractive arrangements "
? Mrs. R. J. Davis.
gold flowers centered each table.In of dahlias and small AND EVENING
Mrs. N. D. WainwrIght, Jr., had
a name contest Miss Hope potted plants a lovely set-
Haynes was presented a vanity as ting for bridge. the most number of patrons present DELIVERIES
and was presented with a
Remodeling Sale reward for scoring high. High prize was awarded to Mrs.E. prize.

The N. SternDergs home on L. Matthews, who received a
Walnut St. was the scene of the pitcher for drawn butter. Mrs.F. The Adam's apple is the most VISITORS WELCOME

t TO CONTINUE ANOTHER WEEK dessert course. Colorful flowers A. Canova, holder of low score, sensitive part of the human body

adorned the entire lower floor received a dainty handkerchiefbag. .--.- .-
where the guests were entertained. Miss Canova was given a
SWEATERS NOFADE Attention was centered on the Sunday night supper tray, a gift
bride's table in the dining room from the hostess.
CHILDREN'S SWEATERS SHIRTS where the table was covered witha Invited to be with 'the honoree
SIZES handsome linen and lace cloth and hostess were Mrs. F. A. Ca- FREE DELIVERY

49c to 98c SOLID COLORS and was centered with a silver nova, Mrs. J. J. Canova, Mrs. T s. R. Johns
VALVES TO $1.50 candelabra holding burning pink J. Davis, all of Gainesville, Mrs. L.
Sale Price tapers resting on a reflector. Cor- A. Canova, Mrs E. L. Matthews, PHONE
BOYS' DARK BLUE WOOL al vine, twined around the central Starke; and Mrs. H. M. Richarde,
98c embellishment, added a further of the State Farm.
Lumber JacketsWith decorated note to the table. Guests Miss Jones was assisted in car-
found their places at the: brides' Ing for her guests by her mother, 45NEAR
Zipper Front CHILDREN'SDRESSES table and individual tables place) Mrs. DeWitt C. Jones. I & Sons

in the living room and sun parlur I
$1.49LADIES by means of placecards of a white Baptist W. M. S, To Meet 1 THE S A! L. DEPOT

and pink design. The regular business
Good Quality Print winner In monthly CASH PRICES ONLYFLOUR _
Mrs. W H. Hart was and meeting of the
program Bap-
TWIN Size S to 14 the quotation contest and she was
WOOL tist W. M. S. will be held Monday,
given a relish Jar as her reward. Oct. 17, at 3:00: o'clock at the homeof
Sweater Sets 49c The four hostesses presentedMiss Mrs. G. W. Alderman. At this GUARANTEED

: Canova and Miss Redgrave time the new officers and committee SSe
with sets of individual crystal ,
$1.95 chairmen will be Installed. All
LADIES GOOD QUAUTYlIENS' salts as gifts of remembrance. 24 LBS.
members are urged to be present.PROTECTION
Those present with the honorees -
1' PRINT DRESSESSizes and hostesses were: Mrs. Jack
Williams, Mrs. T. Frank Landrum I
Sizes 16 to S3 Mrs. T K. McClane, Mra. W. H. 10 Lbs.GRITS COFFEE
or k Shoes A Real Sale Value Hart Mrs. R. G. Kidd Mrs. J. R. 20c Chase & Sanborn 25c

) ,. Boring, Mrs E. R.. Struth Mrs.S. .
$1.49WOMENS 98c R. Johns Jr., Mrs. H. C, Brown,
r. r Miss Lucille Mitchell Miss Martha I 10 Lbs. QuartMEAL '

EVERY DAY Powell, Miss Evelyn Stump, Miss i 19 C 19c
I MEN'S \\'L"iTERSHOES Madge Middleton Miss Lillian I SALAD DRESSING
Sternberg, Miss Kitty Hogsed, THE N?) c'
1 WORK PANTS Miss Abbie Harley, Miss Ruth
Our Special Country RollBUTTER
GOOD QUALITY Rowe, Miss Lucille Kennedy, Miss SMILEof 15 2 7 C
i i WORTH $..00 TO ,I.GO Hope Haynes, Mrs. H. M. Richardeof COFFEE, Lb. C Lb.
$1.29 Sale Price the State Farm and Mrs. Fred
d 89c Guy of Jacksonville. 5 Lbs. ONIONS

Y -- bride's table, overlaid with a RICE 4 Lbs.
Wedoe Heel Shoes handsome lace cloth, was centered It can only come, from
Boy's Ertra Good Quality with the beautifully embossed two sound, adequate insur-
t 1 Tan and Black Solid Leather tier wedding cake. ance! Every _element of 4 tall Libbys Native Round 19c

Sale Price PANTS Receiving the guests were the worry and fear U taken MILK 25c STEAK Lb.
bride and bridegroom, Mr. and from your shoulder
$1.79 to $1.983IENS' 79c and up Mrs. Johns, Mr and Mrs. A. W. and the cost to amallt!
i. Redgrave and Mrs. W. E. Torode. 2 Lbs. CHUCK
:Miss Ruth Sternberg had chargeof LET US WRITE OLEO. 25c ROAST 14c
MISSES AND WOMEN'S the bride's book and Mrs. A.
W. Anderson, Mrs. C. M. Mitchell, YOUR
FELT HATS School Oxfords Mrs. O. L. Haynes, and Mrs. D. A. We represent several large, PILLSBURY CHEESE

Block, Ilronn and Gray Monteith assisted in serving re- reliable companion In the 75cNo. POUND 16c
files. 3 to 8
$1.:10: Value freshments to the guests. Theft Liability, Annuity 20 LBS.
$3.00 Value After spending some time with Life and Fire fields.
Sale ITIc Sale Price their guests Mr. and Mrs. Torode 10 Lbs.
left for a ten days' wedding trip 2'/2 15c
98c $1.49 for points of interest In North Car- JOHNS ANDWAINWRIGHT PEACHES IOC POTATOESAPPLE

olina. After their return they will
be at home to their friends at an






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Dr. S. P. Vandivlere of Fort Miss Harriet Bishop studentat Mrs Emma Rivers, of Auburn- Ivan Hazen and Mrs. A. E. McKinney dining rooms most attractive. } q

Bennlng. Ga was here the first of Southern College In Lakeland, dale, was the guest of her father.. spent Wednesday In Palat- After a delicious covered dish '
the week visiting/ his wife and son. spent the week-end here with her W .1. Johns and her brotherinlaw ka with their mother, Mrs G. W.
luncheon Mrs. A. M. Darby prosided
Bits of parents, Mr. and Mrs H. A and slater, Mr. and Mrs. Mallory Hazen, who Is seriously ill In a
business session,
Bishop.Mr. Thomas last week. Mr. Johns hospital there. Friends will be over the y
Get acquainted with Suwannee'slocal
has been seriously 111.\ Rind to learn that she Is improv- during: which plans were made for
own'r. Ho Is a cracker boy,
born and! raised among you. Let and Mrs. J. B. Mills and Ing.: the year's work. Those attending '
IDeal NeWs him be your friend. family of Green Cove Springs were Mrs. C. M. Mitchell of Tallahassee this meeting; were: Mrs. Darby,

recent guests of Mrs. E. M. Thomas arrived Tuesday to attend the Executive Board of Mrs. J. M. Brownlee, Mrs. W. B.

CONCERNING OUR PEOPLE, BUSINESS AND Mrs. F. A. Canova and daughter and Mr. and Mrs.. A. J. Wil- Redgrave-Torode wedding. While Baptist W. M. S. MeetsOn Alexander, Mrs. Ralph Cox, Mrs.J. .
kerson. here Mrs. :Mitchell will be the
Mrs. O. W. Alderman
Mary Anne, of Gainesville H. Lord
PROGRESS OF THE COUNTY AND TOWN were visiting/ relatives here Mon- guest of her mother, Mrs. W. E. Tuesday, October 11, the Mrs. H. I* Hough, Mrs. H. I*

day. Mrs. F. H. Long has returned Torode. Executive Board of the Baptist W. Brownlee, Mrs, L. A. Shepherd
from Jacksonville where she spent M. S. held a luncheon meeting; at Mrs. R. A. Thomas, Mrs. W. H.
several days with her soninlawand Mrs. J. L Frazee returned the home of Mrs. H. L Brownleeon Perkins, Mrs. R. C. Priest Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. H.
B K. Perryman spent Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Buford daughter, Nina, spent A. Sunday Bishop and in daughter, Dr. and Mrs. B. S. Tuesday from Garrlson-on-the- Cherry St., where arrangementsof L. A, Canova, and Mrs. T. Hard-

Mrs day I in Jacksonville were guests of relatives In Jack- Green Cove Springs with rela- Carroll. Hudson/ where she has spent the cut flowers made the living: and, Ing.
e sonville Sunday. tives. past few months with her son-in- ..
t Joe Truby has returned from law and daughter, Colonel and Flashlight)
\\0 keel that you will enjoy our Waynesville, N. C., where he spent Mrs. Taylor Belcher.
,,.- SIIH,annee8 Col. and Mrs. D. E. Knight spent Judge and Mrs. A. Z. Adkins the summer with his brotherinlaw SAVE ON AUTO Cells
I the first of the week in Tallahassee spent the week-end In Jacksonvillewith and sister, Mr. and Mrs. J.
w P Smith and Mrs. F. and Mariannu. Mr. and Mrs. John Love: W. Killian. Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Slade and COVERS r
} spent Tuesday In Wilkes. children Tommy and Jo Ann, have SEAT ,a
Varnedoe I returned to their home In Baxley,
cksonvillo.1Irp I Dr. and Mrs. W. E. Middleton Miss Lillian Stump, a student
spent the week-end at their Trade with Smvannne and find nurse In St. Luke's Hospital In Gu, after enjoying a visit here
has returnedtrl1oml' Piney Bluff, Ga. campat out for >.<>,iir'..elf that you actuallyget Jacksonville, spent the weekendhere with Mr. and Mrs. D. P. Carpenterand ti, l1 For AH CarsProtect. esh
[I. i I' Vining
I Mr. and Mrs. T. T.
[ Long.
after visiting relatives : good values and holiest with her parents, Mr. and
Duol'i Gajjrs Mrs. Joe Martinez of Tampa Is weights.. Mrs. F. F. Stump. i i {u ilnf, n1 t +1x1 's i t'11l't] size n n1
Mrs. K. G. Duncan and children,
Marvin-Hazen--and Mrs. A.icKmn..y the guest of her parents. Mr. and Mrs. T. S. Williams, Mrs. Mar- Florida teaching certificateshave Kaspar and Margaret Rose, and 1! n b ,i !'( ti;ijr 1t4.Y't

were visitors to Jack- I Mrs. A. W. Redgrave.Mrs. garet Aspinwall, and Mrs. George been Issued/ to Mrs Sorchle R. F. Thels returned Monday from I nd
) Monday- Wiley were 'recent visitors in Jack- M. Baird of Brooker, second grade, Tenntlle Ga.. after enjoying a ten. '
roU1' H. V. Knight, Merry Beth, sonville. and Mrs. Jack Williams of Starke, days' visit with Mr. and Mrs. Roy '
and Nancy Lee Knight spent Sat- stenography special. Smith. Beautify
Mrs T. J. Griffin, Mrs. '
Mr inn and Miss Annie Dar- urday in Jacksonville. Mrs. W. A. Bessant, Jr.? Mrs.E. and Renew at fi, '
,rrle Kxh J Dowling, and Miss Helen Smoked bacon, Ga. dugnr-curod Extremely Low '
. at the home of '
weiliHitors Cloth remnant bundles, real vIII.
Dowling were recent visitors In Coet INSTALLED FREE t
Gram smoked hams, all
\. Bni Mrs. C. C. Mendoza, In \Ve want our people to get buck Gainesville. at Suuannre.The lies, at Suwannee. Y
..duonville Tuesday evening.ffittllDl. to prosperity by encouraging them COUPES as low as $2.20 (
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and helping! then! Suwunnec.
Miss Rosa Baisden of Jackson- weekly meeting of the Friends of Miss Lois Adkins,
COACH OR SEDAN________ _$5.25
Mrs. Fred Guy of Jacksonville ville was the guest of Mr. and Mrs.R. Starke Women's Christian Tem- who Is a member of the faculty of lOc
C. Buford Saturday through perance Union will be held at the the elementary school at Fountain,
Is the guest of her parents, Judge
I and Mrs. A. Z. Adkins. Wednesday. home of Mrs. W. P. Smith today N. C, will be Interested to learn CASTING ROD How's the Gas Line
(Friday) at 3 o'clock. that she was an attendant In the FLEXIBLE Line for

Mrs. D. T. Clark of Miami Is Mrs. Joseph E. Thomas and recent wedding of Miss Mary Ford V-8 ______________ Sic
baby, Jo Ann of Beach Mrs. Louise Morgan and Mr. V"
Daytona R. L. Kemp is attendingthe Henry
the guest of her parents, Mr. and
f were guests Thursday of Mrs. E. state convention of the Wom- Stokes in Marion, N. C. FLEXIBLE Line for
FIRE SURE Mrs. N. D. Wainwright, Sr.
M. Thomas. en's Christian Temperance UnionIn Solid cork grip. Offset reel seat. and other
Tallahassee this week Screw ring lock, Agatina
Miss Harriet Bishop and Billy Agriculture In the INUM of all senting the local chapter. repre- guides and tip____________$3.10 Chrysler-built cars_______37c
Powell attended the football gamein
wealth. Cheer do all or
\NTEDPair second-hand floor Gainesville Saturday night. up; you can; -- REPAIR KIT for
better times. arc just around the Mr. and Mrs. Camp and L. C. DAVIS DELUXE
SOO to
platform scales scaling FUEL PUMPS SOc ,
corner.-:SUM; UUIKH-. Prescott of Gainesville were here EAST or WEST BICYCLE TIRES________$1.88
0' pounds Must be in good conon Mr. and Mrs. Randolph\, Boreeof
Sunday attending the Methodist White Sidewall __________'1.88
tad priced right.-. S. Llsy Jacksonville were recent guestsof Mrs. M. A. Hart of Baxley, Ga., Church and later were guests of TUBES, 2.." or 26"________79c
Bn> 314, Starke, Fla. Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Bennett. Give .. ,
was the weekend guest of her son Mr. and Mrs O. W. White. -- -
and Mr. and Mrs.
daughter-in-law It
Don't forget. \\'c have seed. that \ a $2.25 to $3.16 In Seta 32o each 1
; desiring to disk harrow W. H. Hart. Roll cotton for making quilts utSuwannee' ,:: \\1
am1: with tractor see J. Maurice will come up. Quality considered, TestYOU'LL Tennis Balls as low as29c CHAMPION PLUGS___51 I>c fa.MUFFLERS .
our lire rt'IUKlnllblc.Suwann'c. -
cards Starke, Fla. 10-7-41 prices. Mrs. E. E. Canova, Miss Mary --- FOR FORD
Canova, and Mrs. N. D. Wainwright Friends of Miss Harriet Bishop FIND OUR AND TAIL-PIPES l
]R SALECash, one 2-wheel spent Monday morning in a student at Southern College, AND CHEVROLET
lliy) 1 trailer, good tires, good The Interior of Sistrunk's Feed Jacksonville.Miss Lakeland will be Interested to Milk the Best
idiUon stable body. See E. L. & Seed Store is being remodelled
learn that she has been pledged to Save at
Illams Box 472, Starke Itp to give additional space for stock Dorothy Sapp of Tallahassee the Alpha Chi Omega sorority. PETERSON'SDAIRY

-.- -- --.-----... -- ._----- -- .-.-----..-.- spent the week-end here as ,
1 the guest of her parents Mr. and Friends of Mr. and Mrs Lorenzo
Mrs. J. B. Sapp. Green will be Interested to learn
I that they have movd from their
I Mrs. T. N. Limbaugh of Jacksonville two-story home to their bungalow. OLD
CAR LUBRICATED FOR 35c i spent a few days here last The house that they formerly occupied DUTCH r a
I week as the guest of Mr. and Mrs. has been rented to Mr. CLEANSER TIP TOP GROCERY GiANT

GAS AT A PRICE YOU CAN AFFORDTO I H. L. Brownlee. and Mrs. Clark of Tampa. Mr. CAN
I Clark, who is a traveling salesmanwill
PAYSmith's Western white bacon. none better have his headquarters in 71L SPECIAL PRICES 4c ;

I at Suwannee. Starke. ., FRIDAY AND SATURDAY w

I Mrs. L. A. Crenahaw and son,

Garage Walter, of Jacksonville spent Wed- Skirts .
I nesday with Mr. and Mrs. L. S. NO. 1 IBIS FANCY WHOLE PURE VANE

Hutto and family.
-- -- -
--- --- I Sweaters POTATOES RICE I SUGAR
Mr. and Mrs. John F. Fussell

NAT SEZ announce the birth of a son on

: Thursday, October 6. He has been Bolero Evening 5 Pounds 17c 5 Pounds 23c '
You never have to remind the named Guy Wesley. Hdkfs. 10 Lbs. .15c of

lady folk about dressln up, cause
think- Mrs. Prescott Gill, of Dublin,
that's mostly what they Is a

C + But In of with, ceptln the men when folks dey It's Is a asleep.hone Mrs.er-in-law Ga., Is W.the,D.Mrs.Pender guest Fay,of and Gill.her her mother moth, Linen Ladies'and and Men's FRESH COCONUT, each Sc<<:[okay Grapes, 2 Lbs. 15c r

of a different color, especially themarried Sport .
-- -
) If It wasn't for their! - -
men. Everybody doing something pro- Hdkfs. YORK IMPERIALi ti's
wives refusln to go out with them duces things. We are on the eve
some of them would wear that old of needing things of all klnds.- CELERY or Lettuce ea.10 Cooking Apples 4 Lbs.15c '
milt until It wan tut shiny an a new Suwannee.Mrs. Scotch Plaid Skirts ,
1939 Ford. Let's talk that old man .
with Boleros 1 -
of yours Into drewdn up this Fall, Lloyd H. Jennings and
what do you say? baby, Carol Lynn, have returnedto BEAUTIFUL RIPE YELLOWBANANAS '

: their home from St. Luke's Linen

EXTRA SPECIAL Easy to Buy Hospital In Jacksonville. Fancy NoveltiesMaiden 10 POUNDS 25c

RAINCOATS Mrs. Effie Ackerman and Mrs, I '
. I Only $2.00 a Week Agnes Klingberg of Jacksonville 5 POUNDS ._ _15c '
manufacturer's clone-out Good clothe steseeeJq were guests Sunday of Mrs. W. E. Form
of a regular $5 man's rain.I..arr.'I1MrWp .

coat enables us to sell It for wags- q Torode at KIngsley Lake. BrassieresVanity Heinz Ketchup 2 Lge Top Coffee Lb. 20c

$3.50 e Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Wall of Tallahassee 35cjTip ,
spent the week-end Fair Panties .
- '' -
'- -- of Mr. Wall's parents, i
as guests

SUITS TOM: For SAWYER BOYS t. Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Wall. and Gowns Heinz Soups, 3 cans 2S ,Maxwell H. Coffee Lb. '25c fa,

It's a known fact that Suwannee
This. well-known make of Is fast becoming the leading grocers Floral Design Gowns

80)..' Clothes Is your atuturnco Price of the South. with and without NO. 2 SIZE SWIFT'S CO. ROLL KRAFT ELK HORN -

of quality and fit. Sizes 23.50 up II I
I to 18. Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Mills\ and Jackets
:Others $1.63 to $2 daughter, Miss Elizabeth Mills, of BUTTERPound CHEESEPoun
$5.95 Our tailored suits give Jacksonville were recent guests of
you perfect style and Mr. and Mrs J;'. F. Flume. Larkwood "Vamp

__ Other u po.US fit. Satisfaction guar Toe" Hosiery lie 25c ji l 17c 3
--- anteed. Misses Dorothy Ellen and Helen .
TIME TO GET T1LVT Steele of Gainesville will spent this

NEW WE ARE AGENTS FOR week-end with their uncle and Dresses of all
aunt. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Sapp. Macaroni Spaghetti box 3c FRESH MED GROUNDGRITS t
I wide variety of 1\lon8' Felt' Made To Measure A large selection or ,

Bats; narrow, mtxllum and CLOTHES FOR MEN Miss Willie V. Lewis returnedto from the leading

acids grown brims and<< Black Greys, Blue, A wide wlectlon of pattern*- after her spending home in several Graceville weeks Monday here style houses; in BEST WHITE BACON Lb 12 1/c ,

at with Mr. and Mrs. David Kelly. ,
-98c j> to $2.95 every price ranger 10 Pounds 20c
$18.75 Get your lard cans at Suwannee. a

1lF.\DCWmTERs FOR .-.- Gifts that please County Kist Peas 3 cans 25c '
MENS' INTERNATIONALTAILOR Friends of Mrs. Jeanette KIncaid ,
. will regret to learn that she is 111 a varied assortment LIMIT'S FANCY
i-o matter\ what price you MADE at the home of her parents Mr.
1 here, you can rest as- and Mrs. A. C. Durden, In Tampa.
" CLOTHES Oct. Powder 6 Giant 25c MILK I
most 1 that you will get the Flowers in the Soap or sz
for' your A Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Wainwright ,
good sold for 20 years modern
MUt mor'li;: A line we have manner
can be or Price this and family of Tallahassee spent
and year very start at the week-end here as guests of for every purpose MOONLIGHT 3 tall cans 17c
98c Mr. and Mrs. N. D. Wainwright,

J thrra $1.63 to $3 $22.50It Sr.

Pays to Buy at Mr and Mrs. James Edward Flour 24 Ibs. 59c FRESH WATER GROUND +

Murphry and son, James Edward, Clar Jean
Jr.. of Palatka were guests Sun- MEAL
day of Mr. and Mrs. V. B. Har- .

Farmers, the .Suwannee Store Slioppc Phone 97 LARD, Lbe l lOc : LARD, 2 Jbs 1ge 10 Pounds IScnlD.V'
offers you the beat of seed oats at

the best price ever. 1 Yrr'


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I I I YOUNG PINESIN I Tallest Corn (?) II 1 SCHOOL- ARD ,! SCHOOL BOARD Picking Strawberries; I'- .


For September, 1938 I
BoxEditor pine tree crop at the Olus- I Comments On Here Bradford County Board of

tee nursery of the Florida Forest Kirby Crews, holding election, I Public Instruction met October 3

and Park Servlse is about readyto $2.00; L. L. Norman, holding election And Hereafter in regular session with all members -

Telegraph, harvest and promises to be of $2.00; A. B. Whitehead, hold- present to-wit: J. H. Moore D

Starke. FlaDear high quality. C. H. Coulter assistant Ing election $2.00: Drew Reddish, I We read in the Bible about a I Chairman, E. J. Lewis, W. P.
State forester states that f holding election, $2.00: E. T. Stew- Smith.It .
Sir: I har-
who had great
rich a
art, and tables $8.42; R. R. man moved Mr. Lewis and L4
7 million seedlingswill gas was by
::Mr. approximately
Reading the letter from vest. He tore down his old barns
Butler in the Telegraph recently, be distributed beginning December -' I There janitor supplies, $5.30; G. and built new ones. He folded seconded by Mr. Moore to pay A.

prompted me to write In regardto 1. As In past years these t i iI 1 B. Colson, note and Interest floor his hands and told hU. soul to take A. Edwards $20.00 per month to
slash $214.20; J H. Wainwright, bring all children on the twelve-
what he said about fencing the are almost entirely pine its ease and that night the fool
oil, $62.46; Starke Dry Cleaning, mile route to Brooker to meet Sam +
When to Coulter states that advance or-
highways. atop figure that
you died. What a hard time man
cleaning for B. H. S.. $1007;
Mott effective October 3.
out the cost will find out ders this already total approximately ,
you year had. First, he had a hard time
Ritch repair, $287.42; C. L. May
On motion of Mr. Smith, seconded
that to keep up such fence you half of the seedlings I accumulating something. Second,
labor on well, $800; Walter Sil- ,
will have to have a crew to patrol available and it appears that the he had a hard time saving what he by Mr. Moore the Board grill
cox $10.00 J. H. Fields, $10.00;
every mile of It every day, for supply will not meet the demand. I had accumulated. Third he hada ed the right to the Florida Power
& fees,
Layton Gray, attorney
several reasons: Farmers, landowners, and others and Light Company to set one
i hard time trying to convince
$116.20 T. K. McClane REA,
pole and one anchor on the Hell-
First, this fence would have to desiring trees for reforestation I $5.00; P. A. Scott, rent $2.00; City I himself that what he had accumu- bronn .
be set on the line of the highwayin purposes should place their orders I f Light and Water Plant, lights and lated could satisfy his soul. This Springs property.A.

the grass and the fire Is sure to Immediately through their district I I water, $8.00; R. R. Andrews, repairs story of the rich fool reads like E. McKinney was given acontract Joseph SlmlelH, ,''I', ," .
for cords of tn
get Into the woods once or more forester. District offices are located -j $1.00 Gassett Hardware, I current literature. Men "tug: and forty green, son. Indians pick- .

every two or three years. When I in Panama City, Tallahassee ) $28.50; Clyde; Mickey, repairs on toll" to save something. After yellow pine wood at $4.00 per cord "by the barrel n. ,d I, ., ,,.hree, ''' 1 :
and cords of wood "*
the fire goes through this fenceit Lake City, Jacksonville, and Lake- piano. $4.00; Smith Service Station they have saved It they are worried twenty light In the side of a l iim : IlIt,,
land. Trees are sold at $2.00 per)\ $4.90 per cord, or an average with soil t
will have to be rebuilt at once $17.00 i to death for fear they will and wh.-n. ,
repairs on light plant ;
will rust out In thousand f.o.b. nursery. )II I price of $4.30 per cord. This wood a dish of bvrriph 'I.S
asI\ one year or 1 Western Auto Ass. Store, material [ lose it and most of them usuallydo. h. ? ', ,

lens No doubt there will be some I A considerable Impetus has been) 4 t f for supplies, $3.12; Joe Harrell, I I It is not as hard to make is to be racked on the school rel in the shade' I.. ''I, I,

stock holders who will like to have given to tree planting during the ) y re hauling to Lawtey (cafeteria $2.00; money and save money as it Is to grounds at Starke.It tree, pulla up.i ? mi,: 'J.

some fresh grass for his cattle and past three years because of the J. D Mathew, repairs on engine, j satisfy the heart with material was moved by Mr. Smith and and avoids the hit. i h 1"t ," _

would set fire In the woods regardless payments made for reforestationby I $4.60: W. II Hart chairs. $4.20; |, things. Man is an Immortal being. seconded by Mr. Lewis, that the of the berry pu ki. i. 'n", I I... '11I1

of what damage It might do. the Agricultural Adjustment I IAdmlnl John McKinney labor at Graham, He has got to live somewhere for- driver of the Nelson Green bus Bradford County i U. II \ I.a I'., n

Second there will be of trution. In order to facilitate -I $9.50: Ebb -Thornton, Janitor service ever. Material things cannot sat- route go to the Clay County line take note.

this fence in territory were nobody the purchase of trees by far I $25.00; N",':Thomas, Janitor isfy bin soul. The rich fool said, on raining or freezing days to get

lives. Some of these stock mers the Forest Service baa arranged I I service $45.00:, TE.'M, Bennett, JanItor 1 "my soul eat". Think of the soul I the Strickland and other childrenIn for each dollar unntuhm.I \\n ,

holders would like to have their to cooperate with county I service, $10.00; H. C. Green, eating a barn, and grain, and land, I this section. On other days to district fund. Th the
cattle on the other side of the road agricultural agents and with coun- I Ten acres of extremely tall coat pick up and unload at the Leach Siip..nnimteM\ !1
I janitor service, $35.00; R. P. Lewis: and stocks, and bonds. God made and the Trustees of t h,. ,IIMH,,
and you are likely to wake up ty supervisors of the Farm Secur- Clarinda, Iowa, from which janitor service $40.00. man. He knows what kind of:I crossroads. It was contemplatedthat requested to take th.' i ra
to find hundreds of Administration '!I the two 16-foot stalks here shown in letting bids on this route matter up
some morning ity by providing ,
1 I E. A. Winkler, repairs, $9.30; C bread the soul needs. Jesus said with the planning BoardIt
miles of this wire cut and nowhere them with the necessary data and were picked set an enviable'record R. Whitehead, traffict director, "I am the Bread come down from I that the school bus go from was moved by Mi.. Smith
to be found. order blanks to assist farmers.HAMPTON even for the tall corn state. Othel II Green's which is less than two ant
heaven. The hungry hearts oiearth's
00 Electric
$15 ; Clay Cooperative seconded by Mr Moon.
needed for u le
Davison farmer south of Clarinda, miles transportation.This
Third would find out in -- millions whether
a teeming
you Association, $10.00: Lloyd Johns, teachers be given one half
of of the Board rescends day
very few years that it would cost Iowa, Is shown holding this corn cleaning school, $4.00; :M.: L. Johns, they know it or not are crying for action once each month for the teacben
to build and his own raising: and he is himselfa the Bread of Life the former action of September Bin
more keep up this janitor supplies, $5.45; Ebb Thorn- meeting.The .
Miss Ada Nimmo. CorrespondentHonor
tall The stalk at his left regard to this route. No compensation
fence than did build man. I i
it to the high ton, janitor services, $10.00; H. C. Board adjourned to
has one large ear, the two stalks shall be paid for any meet
ways.If Green, janitor services, $35.00; K the first in
Roll Monday Novemboi,
for September I on his right have four-these two Many theologians in our modern services previously rendered by at
will search the State 1 I I M. Bennett. Janitor services, nine o'clock.
Second Grade, Hampton Junior stalks having grown up together,, world refuse to believe the doc th driver for traveling the additional -
think you will find that less than High School: Martha Horne, Car one exactly 16 feet tall from the $40.00; R. P. Lewis janitor service trine of "original sin." They talk mile. I'TOI'U: -
fifteen percent of the populat'irown lie Mae Hall, Leroy Rhoden, Alma feet. $40.00; Cecil Whitehead, road much of the divinity of human na
main soil root, the other 14'/i
It was moved by Mr. Smith and Will you come home lad (
stock. Then should N. Thomas bIB
any why Rhoden. Teacher, Miss Ophelia patrol, $15.00; janitor ture. Some that man was
If Bradford County corn say
any seconded by Mr. Lewis to postponethe evening with a severe
the eighty-five percent have to Bryan. services, $32.50; J. C. Powell, repairs -I neither born bad. The BIble heartache
good or -
hear of it.
matched this, we didn't
this matter of relieving: over- and completely upset indigestion'
pay enormous sum of taxes at B. H S. 3160. teaches that born In
man was
to favor small Louise Warren Tallahassee crowded conditions on J. E. Ad- One's nervous yat"m" and
just a minority Vernon Hilliard of Trenton was expense to sin. While these theologians are
What Florida needs is a State- DOUBLE RUNMrs. $12.00 Sistrunk Feed kins bus stomach are closely ,,'lat..1. and
the guest of his sister Mrs. L. R. ; talking about not believing in
wide fence law The following resolution was of- often-unusual tension im1' f'xntr.,
and I Seed
no mean and Store, ,
Kalch last Sunday. W. A. Cor. washing powders sin" and the
Tyler, "original depravity
There fered by Mr. Lewis and secondedby ment will tend to upt 1"> 'MI 1 .
thousandsof Western
right now. are $1.00 Union, and
; July
to Invent
Priest this week -
Mrs. I. J. left people are trying ,
:Mr.: Smith tlve "chemlcal-bolani
: "n t ss
people our state who could for Green Cove Springs where she Miss Sara Frances Roberts, of August messages $13.04: Avery "original sins." All of these
I Be It resolved this Board ol stomach overaclditvDON'T
make a living but we are now on Dennison, labor on new building, by
will be of her E. V Starke Monday night with practices such as wild cocktail
guest son, pent Public Instruction that all avail- ENDURE TIII'.t.,. .
relief because they are not ableto ( $29.50: Louis Germain and Sons,
sensational divorces, "affinity" -
Priest. Miss Bessie Tyler. I parties,
able funds of Tax School
buy fence There excuse Is thatif material for new building $266.75;
could Mrs K. G. Copeland, of Jack- Mr. and Mrs. L. P. Jarvis and I and other shocking thingsare district No. 11 of Bradford Coun- RELIEVE IT NOW obtain
they buy fencing they Bradford Co. Telegraph printing,
6 would be glad to farm. You will sonville, visited her sister, Mrs. little daughters, June and Maurice, $46.70; W. W. Agin, bolts for new I not original with the people ty, Florida, be alloted to build genuine Blsma-Rex .n< \'''m ,' .,immunity <
who them. Vices like
i ; meet some of the stock men with Carrie Kalch, recently.The of Pahokee, are visiting friends building, 75c; Clennle Hickok, are doing ing a school building in Grahamof Rexall Drug! Slot, md
tears in their Hampton Junior High and relatives here. these have always been the cause said district, providing that W. neutralize the raiio ,at i lour
telling thata three months $108.00 Gas-
eyes you salary ;
of the overthrow the
no fence law will rob them of School Is progressing very nicely Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Bryant, of, sett Hardware, transportation ex., empires, P A. assistance be secured and troubled system 'IllIcklInd
of civilizations and the
a living. If you will ask them how under the able management of this section, announce the marri- $9.50; Carl Ritch, labor on new wrecking that the plans of the building and thoroughly.Your .
destruction of the There
is It that their neighbor lives who Prof. W. :M. Morrow and his able age of their daughter, Miss Edna building, $40.00; Fred Cone, laboron people. the site be approved by the Board. Rexall Drug Stan" is Car
Is that has
1 owns no stock and yet must fence corps of experienced teachers. Bryant, to Ossleo Taylor, of Law- new building, $1000; E. Len- one game no man ever The proportion being WPA $4.00 penter's Drug Snore in StarKc
been able to beat. That Is the
Mrs. Jessie Wilson and Harmon
i just to take care of the stock man, tey Saturday afternoon, Oct. 8. non, repairs on Nelson Moore bus, of sin. Deterioration and
of Starke vis- game
the argument will be ended. Morgan were :Mr.: and Mrs. Lester A. Hall, of $10.00; Van H. Priest globes and have set in
disintegration already
itors here last Saturday.
I have hogs to sell now that I :Mrs.: O. B. Day, of Plant City,, Cltra, were visiting Mr. and Mra. I supplies, $11.80; M Thomas, haul-; In America and all the other coun- BOREE FUNERAL HOME
raise on less than four I L. U. Morgan, Sunday. ing books, $8.00; Bill's Sign Shop
acres. Is spending this week with her tries of the world. Sin is never Full line of Caskets dr: Undertakers Supplies
could not have hogs in the woodson brother, M. M. Machett. Mrs. Earnest Wilmot and chil- letter bus, $2.50Wilkerson; Martin constructive. It Is always destruc- AMBULANCE SERVICE

account of thieves. So for the Mrs. J, M. Maxwell left last dren, Joyce, Junior, and George, office supplies, $8.29; Mrs. Faye tive. It never pays. It always produces DAY AND NIGHT

last eight years I have had no Friday for Savannah, Ga., where are visiting relatives In Jackson- Gill, hospital expense, $4.00; T. J. bankruptcy. It never lifts S3 PHONE--53

trouble to have plenty of meat. she attended the funeral of her ville. Griffin freight charges $4.60; up. It always pulls down. It G. H. BENNETT Mgr..

The stock holder cries out that brother, W. E, Porter. :Mr.: and Mrs. Ben O'Neil, of Treasurer Woman's Club, library never produces life. "The wagesof "A HOME-LIKE INSTITUTION"FUNERAL

under a no fence law meat wouldbe Jacksonville, were visiting Mr. expense, $30.00; Dorothy Bishop, sin is death." The statesmenof

so high poor people would not and Mrs. L. U. Morgan, Sunday. office work, $11.20; Florida Bank the world are endeavoring to -__.-

be able to buy it. Why, If we FLA. STATE FARMEnza Winifred Rigdon, of the CCC At Starke, note and interest, $2- hold up the house of civilizationbut

had the no fence law sixty percentof Weaver, Correspondent camp in Fernandina, Is visiting his 019.17; A. J. Griffis, superintendent it is about to fall. Sin has pro- DIRECTORMy I

the people or more would have parents, Mr. and Mrs. I. J. Man- salary, $125.00; Louise Warren duced the moral termites that are Many Years Experience Make It Feasible for Me t-o Render I
meat to sell. It would be so plentiful Miss Edith Rowe, of Starke, was ning. salary, $50.00; Percy Sullivan, eating up the foundation upon EFFICIENT PROMPT and COURTEOUS SERVICEMODERATE :

that all the poor would be the week-end guest of Enza Wea- salary, $25.00; Frances Peek, office which we have built our civiliza- PRICES I

,able to eat it. If this no fence law work, $7.20; W. A. Bessant, tion. '
i Is ver.Among Farm folks SUNNY BROOK FARM building $289.77 Starke Tel DeWITT C. JONES
put to vote by the people of the attending new ; .

state it will be approved six to the Florida-Sewannee game in Mrs. Floyd R. Crosby Cor. ephone Co., Supt. office and B. H. Florida laws require trucks to Starke, Florida let

} one. Gainesville Saturday were: Mr. S., $19.85; Quigley and Davis ma- have a mirror. Day ... 1 Nlck p. I

A. S. STRICKLAND. and Mrs. Jim Ritch, Garland God- A large crowd from here attended terial for new building, $32196; -

win and Joe Lander. the Revival meeting at Rattle E. L. Williams, expense to exchange

Running in and out of traffic to Miss Jacqueline Andrews, of snake Baptist Church in New books In Jacksonville, Mae Wells $57.00; Arthur McRae,

get ahead of the other fellow ia a Starke, was the week-end guest of River Friday night.Mr. $4.50; Louise Warren, expense to $66.50; Essie Crosby, $48.75; :Madeline : -

dangerous practice. Miss Rivera Hundly. and Mrs. H. B. Kelly. Mrs. Tallahassee, $12.00; Dr. M. B. Her- Crosby, 43.33; G. E. McGau-
at Mr. and Mrs. Sanford Ritch Beulah Kelly and little Kathryn long, examining bus drivers, $8.00; ley, $91.83; Morgan,

spent the week-end in Brooker Kelly were dinner guests of Mr., Dr. W. B. Parks examining bus $63.33; Muriel Norman, $6333;
Sorchie Baird, $69.66; Annie Laura -
with relatives. drivers Shell Petroleum
BUSINESS and Mrs. O. E. Crosby Sunday. ;
Mr and Mrs. M. R. Holmes and Company, July and August Gas Elston, $6966; :Melva: Crosby,
Mrs. F. R. Crosby ia spending a A small amount each
$25 00; Melva Crosby, $22.50; Ma-
Jo bill H. Wall bus insurance
daughter, Betty were shoppingIn $111.12; C. -
DIRECTORY while with Mr. and Mrs. Hugh ble Wall $72.83; Lucile Johns, "
Jacksonville J. L. Anderson
Saturday. I $136.66; week invested in
Jacksonville.Mr. t
Haltiwanger In $25.00; Carl Roberts, $50.00; Rob-
Several families have moved bus Inspection $20.15; Torode
Into the new homes built just re- and :Mrs.: Green Moody and Chevrolet Co., storage of bus, ert Strachan, $65.00; Frances Tyson ourRetirementPlan "js! '

cently. family of New River were dinner $20.00: J. E. Adkins, transportation $50.00; E. E. Evans, $7500; /

m' The drink guests of Mrs. Arie Brown Sunday. $53.00; Pency Adkins, insur- Lewis DuBois, $75.00; Dorothy will enable you to

Dim for the They were accompanied home by Adkins Harold, $50.00; Flossie :McLendon: ,
your lights other ance, $2.08; Pency trans- obtain a regular income
that fellow-you expect it yourself.MALARIA. Miss o Doris Dyal who spent the portation, $21.92: Lester Slade, $50.00; LeNora Caffey $50.00;

night with them. transportation, $56.35; Lester Alice Hall McCoy $50.00; MabelB. :: week at "ST'the
everybodyknows ....... Mr. and Mrs. Raiford Brown, of Slade, insurance, $3.65; George Richardson, $50.00; A. O. Jenkins

666 Plant City, were week-end guestsof Rhames, Insurance $6.00; J. M. $12.50; A. O. Jenkins, $62.50; age of 60 or 65. ( }

( ''la T day: d relieve.COLDS relatives. Reddish, transportation, $40.00; Sarah Jenkins, $40.00; I. J. Keller, \
$75.00 Geneva Hartley, $50.00 M See local
Miss Neta Kelly attended the Bell Reddish insurance, $1.78; ; ; our agent

5ctnOT. wedding of Lonnie Dobbs and Miss Bell Reddish, transportation, E. Roberta, $3.74; M. E. Roberts, write

Liquid Halve Tablet, flat day Frances Conner at Lake Butler, $28.22; Andrew Redding, transportation $46.26; Cleo Hadley, $50.00; Pearl or. .'+4t
jvoee uop.1I61Ulache, 39 minute Sunday afternoon. $10.00; Ed DUrbin, Smith, $50.00; Annie Louise ,,,.. .,ntngee,
I Try ..ltob- ,.-' "'-Wwrld'n licit attendedthe transportation $3500; J. S. Austin Gaines, $50.00; J. A. Jones, $65.00;
Miss Madeline
COCA-COLA Liniment Crosby
CO. $6.35 Sinclair Dora Sanchez, $50.00; Geneva C.
Florlda-Sewannee football transportation, ;

WE ARE "\ 11 ht JAcxsoRviLEADING'' game at Gainesville, Saturday Levy Robinson Norman, transportation, transportation, $30.00;, Williams$50.00: Simmle, $50.00;Hunter Grace ,Robinson$100.00;,

t ti' PRESCRIPTIONEXPERTS night. Mrs. M. W. :Morrow: $'.51; Mrs.
$30.00: W. E. Sapp, transportation -
iH E %HOTE 7 Fate Brown, of Jacksonville, was $15.50; Chester Andrews, insurance H. C. Kelley, $5.70; Teressa Crosby A .
visiting his mother last Thursday.Mrs. $2.02 A. B. Withers
$3.20; Chester Andrews, ; $39.58.
CARPENTER'SThe j 1 X1EMJINoL A. S. Crosby was a recent
1I I transportation, $74.80; Mae Wells,
t Rexall rw.ITT guest of her son and daughter-in-
Stye Insurance, $2.08; Mae Wells, trans
law Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Crosby
Am.ea ,
r' portation, $10.92; L. R. Starling,
] transportation, $4500; R. V. Alvarez -
K Estimates Cheerfully 1 I Miss Beatrice Tilts of Plant'I' Insurance, $3.65; R. V. Al-
City, and Misses Dorothy Norman
Given ,.y a varez transportation, $68.35; J. K.
1 and Lillian Barnes were visiting I Douglas insurance, $3.65; J. K. S flf; ffr

E. A. WINKLER $ 'I Miss Arsula Crosby, Friday.BOATDIiAlN. Douglas, transportation $61.35; E.

; Radio and Electric Service AIR COt1OITION T. Stewart, Insurance, $2.54; E. T.

d I Dt Stewart, transportation, $62.46;

.1' ., You'll EnjoyEATING Mrs. Z. Z. GrUfls, CorrespondentC. Leslie Green, insurance $3.65; Les-

1\ lie Green, transportation, $68.351; I

With U A. Griffis was visiting in B. J. Kelley, transportation,

i F OrangeBlossom tttc' Gainesville, Monday.Mr. $20.00; Jake Sapp, transportation,
*, and Mrs. Ralph Calney of $32.00; Charity Williams I 2000.

(: l Lee Lake were visiting friends in Teaching-Carl Roberts, $50.00;

\ I l: Cafe I this section Saturday. Lucile Johns, $25.00; Beverly Cady

41 Mr. and Mrs. W A. Brown and $74.03; Lubedla Johns, $14.33; :M.: Sal'r '

I 4 i 1 !I children, Mildred and Junior, of W. Morrow $101.33; H. B. Wig : t l

'i SERVICE !II 1 I Orlando, were visiting; :Mr.: and gins, $6966; Lorraine Smith,
f 1l
j o 0 I Mrs. B. L. Green last week-end. $53.83; Floy Sullivan. $60.16;

t V WITH : 'i i il'} Miss Gladys Lee of Bethel, Ophelia Bryan, $69.66; I. B. Cody. rr'hl .

l A SMILE :1 I" EVERY COMFORT : spent the week, with :Miss: Thelma $120.33; Verna Sheffield, $66.50; '

1 : 01 IhU Modem. fireproof hotel hi fee Prevatt. Emma Hill $69.60; Blanche Edwards
OPEN DAY AND NWIITJ i i nearl el downtown JoxkraraOle. Every I Mrs. Eugene Lee and children, I $72.83; Joyce Futch. $95.16; SERVE YOURSELF RIGHT. .

Houston Service Sta. I room radio.went ETerf tub bed and with bower huenprhia eoll wets mav,. : of Bethel, were visiting her brother Ha Reale, $72.83; Jewel Roberts, WITH A REFRESHING PAUSE

tree and readlnii lamp. Bunnlna Ice C. A. Grlffls, Sunday. $76.00; Mrs. L. H. Futch, $79.13; It's part of the tame to take "time out" for a bottle of Ue- t. ?1
PLUMBING ware en titrf Boo*. ; Mrs Ida Chase, of this section, Helen Cody, $79.13; Lois :Mayes: cold -CoU..pure, wholesome, delicious. So team up I

Prompt Service at OPtTUUl PRICED .ia visiting Mrs. C. H. Clarke, of $25.00; Lois Mayea. $47.83; Lillie with one yourself...and be refreshed. 51 I

Reasonable Prices COCKTAU LOUNGE and COfTTJE SOP Starke this week. McRae, $69.66; Ruth Frazier, -oc.._-CO\ BOTTLING CO. _
g*_ >. t. eouMp H ..IHOTIL .
Willie Green of Orlando, was $53.83; Grace Ford $60.16; Cleo D.Ikloe." end R.fr.ohln9, \__
Let :Me Estimate Your Job
.: .,,.PATh...eb s T MOTH.t..rb PHOTO visiting hU wife, and daughter Andrews, $43.33; Norman Johns, .t ::: 1.1: ..... -
: C. M. RITCH bo. 'I Sharon, last week-end. $76.00; Levertla Shepherd, $69.66; I ..... .:.. T. _._

...n- \ Jm !. .r .,. ''''I\\ '''>'''\ '.,\0"" '" ''' ."4''u"' ..'-". ."" ....". "" .... .', ,n
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Ill) I soil and- at the same time' protect I 1: pianist and associate pianist, re-

fields against washing and gully i i ipectlvely

I ECONOMIC Ing If widely used they would p I I To assist Mr. Thomas In the

,In help the farmer to protect his investment I urclt} work of the Sunday School the
V in his land and take a f following officers for the ensuingthat
CONDITIONSOF little of the gamble out of his organization: Associate' Superintendent -

business S. E Sparks; Secre-
E4 On the other hand, cotton tobacco tary and Associate Secretary, the
THE SOUTH and corn use up the natural i Misses Juanita Barefoot and

richness of the land with great BAPTIST METHODIST PRESBYTERIAN I EPISCOPAL 1 CIIRISTI.\.N Frances Lee Peek; Treasurer, H.
speed. Fields planted to them L. Brownlee Plantar Mrs. S. P.
I Rev Fred Yerkea, .rr Supt Church School ; ,
A REPRINT OF THE Rev. L. A Shepherd, Rev Frank Robinson pied by
REPORT PREPARED year after year wear out and Pastor Pastor ne.Uh Rice and Rector Lemmte: riarrett Vandlvlere; Librarian, P. M. Bare-
FOR TUB PRESIDENT BY THE wash away much more quickly A. .1. Thomas Supt. E. K. Perryman H.v. Dr. Adam" Sunday School Supt Sunday Morning foot; Teachers and Substitute
NATIONAL EMERGENCY COUNCIL Sunday School O..n. Superintendent Organl..t Mlsc Ella J. Sure Sunday School
than fields on which legumes are Teachers In the Adult Mrs.
Sunday School ot Church School Mr.' It, J Davis organist 100'clock Dept., )
7 '
{ planted in rotation with cash 10 A. M. Church School Church School Supt Mra. James Carlyle Worship Service W. B. Alexander, Mrs. A. M. Dar-
//Jervlc., 11 U'cloc'k
Morning Service 10 A. M.
Edltor'lI Not: Early In July Prenldent Rooevtlt called our South crops. Yet 6 acres of southern 11 A. M. Morning Worship. Roy Mathews Sunday School, Sunday Evening by, Messrs P. M. Barefoot and
cleareand problem and asked the National Emergency crop land out of every 10 are lIaptillt Training Service, 11 A. M. Church School: 10'A. U' Service. 1:10: P. M. John H. Powell; Young People'
oin! ,jlfor a cone I.. statement of the needs and problem of planted after anotherIn Union, 8:411 P. M. Evening Worship 10 A. M. Prayer Meeting WedEvening -
one season
A. M. L. A. T K. Mc-
l\Iornlnsll ,
Dept. Shepherd
J"1 recently the NEC ubmlttfd Its rpport pre ..ntln.; "In1.inall !: Service, Service 1:80: P. M. Morning Worship nOHday evening 1:10
this : decree. the manifold aiiaeti and advantage pOll e nd by the cotton, tobacco, and corn. 1:10: P. M. Young People'" 11 A. .1. Frlc1ay.1:31): P. M. Clane, Jr., Mrs. S. E. Sparks, Mrs. ti
onlY concerned primarily not with what the South hai, but with Prayer Meeting League Meetings ---
belnit I Holy DD"tL 10 A. M.
S. P. Vandlvlere, Mrs. L. A. Cano-
Nhp the South need" Lest Home of our reader*. take offence at certain W"clnllllda., 1:31) P.M:. ':10 P. M .
..nt. made In the report. we hallt..n to add that thl. .urvey CREDITSECTION Pmniet I Prayer Mertir: -- -- --_ MIN ALLLtNCEMr. vu; Intermediate Dept.: Mrs. R.
ouselwas ". Mona Canova Wednesday 1.30: P.M MISSION HALL Pre.ld..nt. A. Thomas, Mrs. Q. A. Anderson :;
choir Director GOSPEL TAD.
12 John II Powell Mrs F. H. Long The Hev. Frank I Mrs. Eva Lord Mr. S. E. Sparks; .1Junlol'
In thOt to obtain a picture of the South Chalrm"n Organist and Choir Sponsors: Spon..ored by Hoblnaon
Dept:: Mrs. C. A. Knight
usu.rks. r oun trY and will be reprinted In the Telegraph Inslallnmrenls.er There has never been enough Board or Deacons Director Dfr and Mrs. Mr. anrl Mr". Vice Pr ,
r! the J. F. Klcklltel' lorrH. E. K. Perryman, .1. T. Quigley I J. T. Qul..ley T Hev. Mrs. Ralph Cox Mrs. L. G. Powell,
tenant have capital and credit In the South to Chairman AM..I"tant Organist IvanU'II"tlo!: Service Shepherd' Mrs. Thomas Harding, Mrs. EarlSearing
Olen.l., farming come to mean meet the needs of Its farmers and Hoard or Trustees T. T. Long. Assistant Bible Study each each Friday evening/: l-I"cr.tary-Tr.aMur.r Miss
Primary Dept.:
practically the same thing. DIversification Its 1 l7 Powell Choir Director Tuesday evening 7:30 1:30: o'cluck The Rev. Fred Y.rke. ;
LANDD industry. Its people have been ____ _. : : Martlle Hemingway Mrs. Leslie
has been
'S USE OF difficult, living so close to poverty that the Shepherd, Mrs, H. L. Brownlee
cause the landlord and tenant I ;
usually -
., \ have not been able to find a Beginners' Dept.: Mrs. H. A. Lawson -

SECTION 11 workable method of financing, Ital to to scrape develop together Its natural enough cap-resources -I YEAR HELD ATM. E. CHURCH SUNDAYAn AT Mrs. James Lewis.

e The farming South depends on producing, and sharing the return for the benefit of Its own ANNUAL MEETThe At a later meeting the following
'''. cotton and tobacco for two-third from such crops as garden truck citzens. unusually large group of ucatlon. persons were named leaders In the

--III I its cash income. More than pigs, and dairy products. Lacking capital of Its own the worshipers gathered In the First Sunday morning the Rev. Frank B. T. U.: Junior Dept., Mrs. B. M.
Ihaif of Its farmers depend on cot- Tenant families form the most South has been forced to borrow Methodist Church last Sunday Robinson will deliver the sermonat Annual Business Meeting of Fussell; Intermediate, Mrs. R. A.

( alone They are one-crop far- unstable part of our population.More from outside financiers who have morning and evening. In the morn- which time he will be assistedby the First Baptist Church of Starkewas Thomas; Senior, Mrs. T. K. Mc-

he imeni, subjected year after year to than a third of them move reaped a rich harvest In the formof ing the Sacrament of the Lord's the Choir singing an anthem held In the Church on Wed- Clane, Jr.

entire irliki which would appall the av- every year, and only a small percentage Interest and dividends. At the Supper was administered to more and by Mrs H. F. Long with special nesday night Oct. 5. Reports Mr. A. J. Thomas. Mrs. A. M.
Berage business man. AU their eggs stay on the same place same time It has had to hand over communicants than at any similar' selections on the pipe organ. from various departments showed Darby Mrs. W. J. Epperson, Mrs.
Jp are to one basket-a basket which long enough to carry out a 5-yeat the control of much of its business service during this Conference The evening services will featurethe H. L. Brownlee Mrs. R. A. Thomas -
lew >be upset, and often Is. by the crop rotation. Such frequent moves and Industry to investors from year and In the evening the congregation organ recital of familiar hymns a substantial growth In member- Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Sparks, and

and Breather, the boll weevil, or the are primarily the result of the wealthier sections.A entered Unto the service at 7:15: to 7:30, played by Mrs. E. ship; a satisfactory financial sit Rev. and Mrs. L. A. Shepherd were,

\alt I cotton market.The traditional tenure system, under glance at the bank reports with the singing of several K. Perrymaa. The Congregational! uatlon; a commendable record of elected Messengers to the Annual <

Jay boll weevil can be conquered which most renters hold the land shows how difficult It has been familiar and well-loved hymns. singing and worship service be- activities by the Women's Mission- Meeting of the New River Baptist -

ers and weather hazards tend to by a mere spoken agreement with for the southern people whose av- During the month 01 October ginning promptly at 7:30.: Association. ,
I ary Society; noteworthy enlarge-
leaned themselves out as good no assurance that they will be on i erage Income Is the lowest In the two special! features are being I The Young People will meet -
eel lieMons follow bad; but the cot- the same place next season. Less Nation, to build up savings of 'brought to the attention of the Sunday night In the Church 'I ment In the work of the Young I I foot project In Florida and Is the ..

al I ton market Is a sheer gamble. On than 2 percent have written leases their own. Although the region congregation. The Wednesday School rooms promptly at 6:30: People's Societies organized within deepest harbor between Norfolk,

I iij,, gamble nearly 2000.000 southern which give them security of ten- contains 28 percent of the coun- evening Prayer meeting services o'clock for a period of worship and the Baptist Training Union; Virginia and New Orleans
- | families stake their year's ure for more than one year. try's population. In July 1937, Its constitute one feature. At these directed study. and a good record of steady Sunday '

hishe jnork and everything they own. Under these circumstances the banks held less than 11 percent of the lay membership of the Church Another Church activity of the School activity. A Three Days' Cough

' Their only chance of making a tenant has no incentive to protectthe the Nation's bank deposits, or have charge of the service which week will be the regular monthly The Annual meeting was better I

n' 3 living Is tied up with the fluctua- soil, plant cover crops, or keep only $150 per capita, as comparedwith lasts from 7:30: to 8 o'clock. The meeting of the Woman's Missionary -; attended than were other business Your Danger Signal 1
ml |tons of the world price of cotton. buildings in repair. On the contrary $471 per capita for the rest leader appointed for next Wednes- at the Church on Monday], meetings during the year and the I
No how
matter medicines
mi\\ I No other similar area In the he has every reason to mine of the United States. Savings de- day Is Mrs. L. C. Ray and mem- afternoon promptly at 3 o'clock assembled members elected the you have tried for many your common
u. Irorld gambles Its welfare and the the soil for every possible pennyof posits were less than 6 percent of bers of the W. M S. Circle No. 1. Mrs. T. J. Griffin will preside at followng officers for the ensuing cough, chest cold or bronchial irritation
i destinies of eo many people on a.. Immediate cash return. the national total. Of the 66 The Young People of the Church the meeting.The year: Deacons, Messrs. J. F. Kick- I you may get relief now with

M I single! 'crop: market year after The moving habit, moreover, is banks having deposits of $100- enter into these worship services, Second Quarterly Confer liter, A. J Thomas H. L. Brown- I Creomulslon.be brewia S and Serious you cannot trouble affordto may ,
I year I costly. Most renters merely swap 000,000 or more only two are in after which they have a period of ence of the Church was held last lee J. M. Bi-ownlee, L G. Powell take a. chance with any remedy
M. the gamble Is not a good one. farms every few years without the South and they barely qualify. recreation In the Church School Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock with I' S. E. Sparks, and P. M. 0111'8- less potent than Creomulslon,which
to to themselves Even these figures do not fully rooms under the supervision of the I' foot. Named to the Board of goes right to the seat of the trouble
other are subject gain
JFew crops or anybody I I the pastor, acting for the Presiding and aids nature to soothe and heal
| arch violent and unpredictable i'else. The bare cost of moving has disclose how small a share the Misses Katie and Virginia Fugate. Elder. Most encouraging reports)II Trustees were Messrs. A. O. An- the Inflamed mucous membranesand
llnm. prier variations as cotton. In 1027 been estimated at about $57 per South plays In the country's financial The other point of emphasis Is that as to the progress of the Church dreu. R. A. Newsome, L O Powell to loosen and expel germ-
m.nd I cotton farmers got 20 cents a family, or more than $23,000,000 life. Southern Investment of "Childhood and Youth Week" and the Church School were heard )|, R. L. Cox, and C. C. Hoppe laden phlegm.
ndur banking firms managed only 0.07 which will be observed during the Even if other remedies have failed
, I pound for their crop: in 1929 they annually for the tenants of the and the financial standing of the I Re-elected for another year were don't be discouraged try Creomul-
nd I got 16 cents; in 1931 they got 6 South. Children are taken out of percent of the security Issues days between October 16th and Church was reported to be in good John H. Powell, Director of Music slon. Your druggist is authorized to
j cents In 1933 they got 10 cents school In midyear a'nd' usuallyfall larger than $1,000,000 which were 23rd Inclusive. Special duties will condition. and also Church Treasurer; S. I refund your money If you are nott
offered for sale between July 1, be assigned to the workers In the thoroughly satisfied with the benefits
11"I j Only once during the last decade behind with their studies. It E. Sparks, Church Clerk; and A J. obtained. Creomulslon Is one
I did the price of cotton change less Is almost impossible for a family 1936 and June 11 1938-and< It is Church School during this periodby It Is estimated that 20,000 years Thomas, Sunday School word ask for it plainly, see that the
I than 10 percent between pickings. constantly on the move to take an the investment bankers who find Mrs. E. K. Perryman Chair- have elapsed since the clone of tendent. Mrs. L. A sliPerln-1 name on the bottle Is Creomulston.
the money for virtually all Important man of the Board of Christian Ed- and you'll !get the genuine product
I active I
in 5 It
Three times years Jumped pact community affairs; Industries. the glacial period. Mrs. Ethel Biggs were named us and the relief you want. (Adv.)
Jmon, than 40 percent-once up and as a consequence, churches .- - -
|and twice down. and other institutions suffer. For Insurance company funds re- deposits they may have are largestin .. :- ;

Because cotton Is the cornerstone example in one area of North Car- flect the same story. Southern the fall and winter after harvest -

of the economy of many olina where the percentage of tenancy companies hold only $756.000,000, and smallest In the spring
I pans of the South, the merchants, Is low, there were 257 or about 2.6 percent, of the $28,- and summer when the need for 1p' I
I manufacturers, businessmen, and churches, with 21,000 members. In 418,000,000 of assets held by theNation's farm financing Is greatest

I bankers share the hazards of the a nearby area of high, tenancy- life insurance companies. As a result, the majority of
I farmer The men who finance cotton with three and one-half times as The scarcity of local credit southern tenant farmers must depend ,

farming charge high interest many people--there were only 218 sources results in high Interest for credit on their landlordsor .,
1t rates and lays a heavy burden bothon the "furnish merchant" who f ,;
n individuals and local governments supplies seed food, and fertilizer. p/ I ; "' ,
The Interest
average paidon Their advances, In fact, have
i southern State county, and largely replaced currency for a "
municipal bonds Is 4.4 percent ; "
considerable part of the rural populatlon. '
while the rest of the country pays For security the landlordor ,
i only 3.98. The weighted average merchant takes a lien on the ifStfirlprf
Interest rates charged by banksIn entire crop which Is to be turned
27 large southern and western I over to him immediately after liar- "

i tIt cities In June 1938 was 4.14 per- vest In settlement of the debt '- : ;
o cent, while for New York City it Usually he keeps the books and fi"i!
was only 2.36 percent, and for 8 fixes the Interest rate. Even if I"

other northern and eastern cities he Is fair and does not charge excessive Jyee
ae only 3.38 percent Interest the tenants often
( t tie4r State banks outside the Federal find themselves! in debt at the end I : ::1
E Reserve System, but insured by of the year. This s not necessarily I IYids.h

so* WO et I the Federal Deposit Insurance n reflection on the plunter-mer ,
x .Ll
n syu'YfY Corporation charge average interest chant, very often he would liketo 1 1t
rates In the South ranging Improve the lot of his tennnts lj 1 1Lri01e

I S I from 6.5 percent In Virginia to '" but must! exploit them in order, 11t
II 10.43 percent In Texas and 115 that he himself may survive. t .
I percent in Oklahoma. In the New The credit difficulties of the \'
England and the Middle Atlantic j landlord arc only a little less oppressive It'
States on the other hand, It is ,
than those of tenants. .h
I ,
I 7M.80UTIIERN II 5.75 percent. In the Mountain : JJpcause he ordinarily stakes ev- -, '
I I .
.I .
I a
States the Is 85 line
highest average i I erythlng on a single cash crop- .. .. WHAr a F our Ior "rn' t .;J
percent which Is lower than In 5 i cotton tobacco-which Is sub- the .., 8rdq ey riser.
t of the Southern Stales I I .. tAe Liml'.I1:- : c.u", ae Du4kr
I lect to wildly fluctuating mar ... Ae ( '
i rates because their money Is sub- churches. with 17.000 members i I Banking laws and regulation, kets-the landowner Is n proor <>rni< rutttn rtt innote 7 WHIN.Hr..1, .,." Dute""D..r.r'etUedl, DwJmut.,. i'i'e
jest to far more than normal com- While It Is growing more cotton have contributed still further to, | credit risk. Consequently he often WHYI p'. p1i"..." SAoeeoo",

mercialIsk As a result, the mortgage and tobacco than It can use or the scarcity of southern credit. must pay Interest at high as 20I I .t t t'/',! CjJChif irifhtlolnntt .r.m..r Th :": """ .re ,
debt of southern farm owners sell profitably the South la fallingto i Ordinarily banks can make credit I percent making the rates for tenants aU'CIf I .""."m..eDeurl... .h''...

has been growing steadily for raise the things it needs South- available for capital purposes only the lust 20 years. A check-up on ern farmers grow at home less by the purchase of readily market- I Attempts to find a remedy I, __ .r.Ie_,...."" .11,.
46 scattered counties in the South than one-fifth of the things they able securities. This makes it almost -I through credit unions have met P'I""tp IIP.'tttPI.rOJII'e _,

In 1934 showed that one-tenth ofthe i I, use: four-fifths of all they eat and necessary for a security to with slight/ success, although such ,
farm land was in the hands of i I, wear Is purchased. I i be hated on an exchange or to,I organizations are spreading. On
corporations, mostly banks and In- I For example the region has i have an active overthecountermarket. 1! January 1. 1938 there were 564 1 IT all started with "catwalk.. Under the roomy Body by Fisher

IUI'ance companies which had I I more than half of the Nation's | Locally owned southern i| Federal credit unions In the South, ," on the costly racing are the great slow spirals of

been! forced to foreclose their farm people, yet it raises less than i industries' are usually too small t" I i with 80,530 members and assets cars of Europe. BuiG springing, and the true ;
"Sortgages.: I one-third of the Nation's pigs and meet these requirements. Recently totaling $2,851.300. The unions i
This process has forced more cattle. Although It has more thana these requirement have been I are not evenly distributed throughout They were shooting at better :"full float": ride. And in.t that body, j

than half of the South's farmers fourth of America's total population -+/ liberalized, but It Is too early to the reKlon, however, since II) aerodynamics, not new styling- is new wldcpancd.VISibilityUp

Into the status of tenants, tilling It produces only one- tell whether the change will be Texas: alone had 167 while Ken- but touched off something to 413 more square inches of glass.
land they do not own. Whites and fifth of the country's eggs milk | helpful tucky hud only 4. they
negroes have suffered alike. Of and butter, one-seventh of the hay, Faced with these handicaps, the Some of the South's credit difficulties that will I re-pattern cars everyComeseeit.Justasitstandstherc,

the 1.831,000 tenant families In the one-eighth of the potatoes and South has had to look beyond its have been slightly relieved where before it's done. tuned and poised for your service,
region about 66 percent are white. one-twelfth of the oats. Conse- boundaries for the financing of in recent years by the ex-
Approximately half of the shareCroppers quently the South must either obtain virtually all of Its large Industriesand tension of credit from Federal So let your gaze take it in. Spot it seems to have drawn a deep

are white living under these things from other regions many of Its small ones. This agencies--to the business man by the radiator grilles down low! breath and to be ready to fly!

economic conditions almost Identical and, pay handling and freight has turned policy-making powers the Reconstruction Finance Corporation '
l with those of negro share- charges or do without. over to outside managementswhose to the farmer by the They're key to new-day design. *

Uppers Too many southern families other Interests often lead Farm Security and Farm Credit They're also placed where air
The pattern of southern tenancy have simply done without and as them to exercise their authority Administrations, to municipalitiesby NO OTHER CM IN THEWORLD HAS ALL THESE' FUTURES

wan set at the end of the War a result they have suffered severe- against the South's best advan- the Public Works Administration. pressures greatest-your engine DrMAFUM VAUI-IN.HIAO' mAMHT-flCHT INWNI j
Between the States, which left ly from malnutrtlon and dietary tage. For example many such Many other agencies, rang cools tinder forced draftl uKoii woui-rm I
irtwoiNa OMAHA vnniurr' *
thoUsands of former slave owners diseases. Many common vegetables / companies buy most of their goods ing from the Works Progress Ad-
with' plenty ojt land but no capital are rarities in many southern outside of the South and often ministration to the Soil Conservation .- Hinder that comely bonnet is the HANDIWIFT TIAN1MIUION inMANKINA HUM-ACTION
or labor to work It. Hundreds of farming communities, althoughboth their sales policies are dictated In Service, have brought desper- noNT iMiNemo oui-rvti MIVI nrroi
thousands of former slaves and soil and climate are extremely the Interest of allied corporations ately needed funds Into the South. engine with more abundant life- HYDIAULlCBIAIIUClOWMIIIINOCUlTCH"CAfWAurthat -

"ipoverlshed whites were willing favorable to their growth. Production In other sections of the country. The fact remains, however, that quick quiet Buick Dynaflash cootwo" *ornoNAi LIAR AMI CIAI unoi RAM

to work but had no land. The of foodstuffs could be In- If the high cost of credit has the South has not yet been able valve in-head straight.eight! WAT DMICTION SMHAl*tOOMII UMIJTIIIIOCMU IT TOHI*

\\@m.reSUlt was the crop-sharing sys- creased manyfold In the South effect hampered on farming southern might Industry be Illus its to build up an basis adequate of the supply of I, ...... .......... ................................ .. .. ........ .......... ........ ".. .... ...... .... .._.. ....................
Under which the land was without infringing on the markets creditthe present-I
Worked by men who paid for the of any other region;; most of i trated by the remark of Louis'I day economic system.
Privilege with a share of their the Increased output could, and I XIV: "Credit supports agriculture II

harvest it was natural under this should, be absorbed by the very! as the rope supports the hanged."" (What l le .Intee ownership" REGISTER MOTOR CO. '
4stem that landowners should farm families producing it. I Almost the only sources of credit doing to natural resources In the ,

prefer to have virtually all the Because they have concentrated, for small farmers aside from South This very vital question I Ianswf'red
bad Put In cotton other cash on cash crops southern farmers| Federal agencies are ((1) local next week) I
Imps from which have planted relatively little of banks, (2) landlords, and (3)) merchant S. WALNUT & MADISON ST. STARKE FLA.I .
they could easily I ,
I The building and grounds of the II
let their their land in alfalfa clover field dealers. ,
OVer money. Consequently. These and ),I The banks cannot meet all credit i White House cover about sixteen -- -- -- --- ------------ -
wide area. of the South cash- peas, and soybeans. 'I
'" demands, because whatever scant acres.
add fertility to the.
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rAGE EIGHT BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE___ FLORIDA.. __ __ __.-- _.-._ _'. .-- --- FRIDA\OC'TOftt. ;n 1..19
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Tea For W. M.\ S Benefit Methodist W. M. S. Starke Grov'

Bradford County TelegraphEstablished !ADDITIONALSOCIETY' Held at Davis Home AnnouncementThe Will Sponsor DOlllf

1877 The home of Mr, and Mrs. L Woman's Missionary Soci- Members ot the
Afternoon Bridge Party Claudia Brown EntertainedAt beau of the Methodist Church will held Stork. ,";
_. .. -_.- A. Davis was the scene of a ety their regular ro
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'- and Entered as Second Class' For October BridesOne Hamptort Home tiful tea Monday afternoon given meet Monday afternoon at three program meeting I'1le'da,
Published Weekly on Fridays
Circle Number Two of the o'clock at the church. There will the W. O W. nght; II t
by Hall,
loveliest In the aerie Mr. and I Brown of \win,
of the "
Matter at the Post Office at Starke, Florida planned in Hampton entertained at their Woman's Missionary Society of be a short business session pre- Ian. Mrs, A. .J., Brittle :-
of delightful parties ,
and sided the president Mrs chair '
the Methodist Church Vases over by
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-- last Friday
-------- honor of Miss Mary Canova and home In Hampton
E. L. Matthews\ __Editor and Owner Mlsa Lulu Redgrave, was the honor of their daughter, Claudia bowls of coreopsis, ageratum and T. J. Griffin, and the study of the During; the busing

.- L. her fifteenth crotolarla were placed to advan- new book will be started under letter was read from eeSBlon
given by Mrs. O. Belle who celebrated the
bridge party
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tage In tbe rooms of the lower the direction of Mrs L C Ray president Mrs. dletti"
that time.
at JewtlJ
SUBSCRIPTION RATE Beasley Mrs. J. W. Kincald and birthday anniversary Bray
superintendent of mission study, the '
In Advance Mrs, C, C. Hoppe at the home of The living an* dining rooms floor. ;cooperation of
Months 75c-Payable
Yearly, $1.50; Six : Mrs. The book to be discussed Is "The and her Slit
the former last Thursday after- were gaily decorated with an assortment Receiving the guests were prove team ,?
Advertising Rates on Application noon at 3:30: o'clock. of autumn flowers. After Davis, leader of circle two; Mrs. American City and Its Church" by leading part on the program ail

A profusion of roses and baby various games the guests were Charley E. Johns leader of circle Samuel C. Klnchloe. The mission convention to be held ID ,

ARE YOU OVERLOOKING SOMETHING breath attractively arranged In served refreshments of punch and one; Mrs. T. J. Griffin, presidentof study dates are October 17, 19, Oct 21.

Do you know that the Murphy law will be in effect less bowls and vases formed the decorative -i cake. the Society; Mrs. Frank Robinson 24, 26. There will be guest speakers Starke Grove will epnnmral

is delinquentand motif, and upon arrival Guests Included Juanita and and Mrs. Hogan Smith. and aa Interesting program trlct booth of Jellies at,\) the :
and that if property fait
than another year, your has been prepared. Invitations to the home
guests were presented attractive I Helen !Kalch Jessie Mae and Myr- Mrs A. Z. Adklns directed the Sherman T
you do nothing about it you are due to lose it irrevocably bridal tallies tice Slade, Marguerite Green DorIs. following musical program: Piano attend the mission study are be- Plans were also discussed t to j

Miss Canova and Miss Redgrave Odell, and Alma Hlnson. Hazel solo, "Romance" (Rubenstein), by ing Issued tertaln the W 0 W to the lit t

I with the hostesses In the receiving and Gladys Rahme, Jeanette Parker future.In .
what talking stood Mrs. Ellery M. Davis. Voice num-
law knew they were
of the
If the First
sponsors Geraldine hall U. D. C. Has closing Mr .
line. ,.Mary Wiggins. ber, "Loch Lomond" (old Scotch (Wffi i m Invi
and told the truth the law provides that on June and Mae Brown, Al- all officers of the
about us After several progressions of Hazel Leila ballad), Mrs. Ethel M. Biggs. Two Meeting of Fall SeasonThe grOVe to III

0 1939, absolute title to every piece of state delinquent land bridge Mrs. If. D. Watnwright, Jr., berta Clayton Junior Kalch. Ray voice numbers (a) "In the Timeof at her home on Thursday OJr!

Board and that holder of high score, was presented and Charles Parker, Walden and Roses," (b) "The Sunshine of W. T. Weeks Chapter Unit- Oct., 20 for a social gathering,

in Florida vests in the Internal Improvement a beautiful piece of lingerie,, Thomas Wordsworth Harold LewIs Your Smile," Miss Evelyn Stump, ed Daughters of the Confederacy,,

former owners will be prohibited from even making a pro- and in a game of bingo Mrs. L. A. Turner, H. C Green, Jr.. Ran- accompanied by Mrs Ellery M. met Wednesday afternoon Oct. 8. IV THR N 4

test in court. Canova winner also received a dall Boyd L. A Johns Jr.. Wayneand Davis. at the home of Judge and Mrs. A. P14)1119 MR,\OF Tilt: nTR

piece of lingerie. The honoreeswere Warren Frederick, J. C. and Z. Adklns and were entertainedby TO: OLUiv KIDI" irenldence ( ,
That's drastic but it is justified on the ground The tea table was covered with In No : Kh, .. 'rk' '
presented colonial figurines Willard Wynn, George and Marvin Mrs. Adkins, Misses Amelia ton ManNaihiiBeti, 41r 3?
an Italian lace cloth and centeredby i
that for two years the owners have been given an opportunity as gifts of remembrance.. Williams, Carl R. L. and Holland a low bowl of golden coreopsisand and Olive Ray. The living room It appearing' battached \ ""ttlda,
served their Brown Lawton Youngblood, Cal- of this hospitable home was dec- to tin Kill ,
to clear up all delinquency at practically their own price., The three hostesses ageratum. The central arrangement -I filed In that certain ,mplal'
guests a delicious salad course sle Rigdon, and A P. Stringer, Jr., orated with coral vine, crotolarlaand pending; In the Cln" till' ,I\UM n.
The legislature may try to grant more leniency, but it will with coffee and dainty sandwiches of High Springs. candles was In balanced by holders.tallyellow a bowl of huge dahlias. ford Judicial l Circuit, of I"krlda.yrl i"v

give the lie to what was promised the people when the law carrying out the pastel color motif. I Mrs. Brown was assisted In Pouring tea from this crystal lovely table This being the first meeting of &7.V County. In Chnn..ry., Wh/,,..
and serving by her sisters, Mrs. Eliza the Fall considerable business -
word Bud vases of rose buds baby season I '
,was passed. And if the legislature lives up to its as was Mri. Hogan Smith, chairman the relief prayed f JJJ
breath adorned each table duringthe Hall and Mrs. A. Stringer of was transacted under the di- 11 ie' a ( .
it is to do this time, it is going to be just Mrs L. R. Kalch of arrangements for the tea. Serv- It appearingthat the i foist
practically sure refreshment course. High Springs. rection of the president Mrs. E. ant a residence If. No ''Elm| Sir
ing sandwiches cake, and salted ..
too bad for those who slept on their rights and lost their Those present to enjoy the aft and Mrs. H B. Wiggins also assisted nuts were Mrs. Davis, Mrs D. P. K. Ferryman who was assisted by Bo over ton the. MuH age a<'of hucetti-IwenY.one that xhe.

homes or other property which they could have retained titlesto ernoon with the hostesses and hon- Carpenter Mrs.'r... D. VinIng and Miss Olive Ray, secretary pro tern. and that ther ,IH no person .:V?.
orees were: Mrs. R. G. Kldd, Mrs. The State Convention will be held sons In the Stall .t Florida t thti,
Mrs. U S. Hutto. vice of
at very small cost.There's J Maurice Edwards, Mrs. Jack Miss Martha rowell, Miss Lucille in Orlando commencing on the ppmnnnllv hind xiilil upon defendant whom "?.'

plenty of time, of course, but it is more than Williams Mrs. James Lewis Mrs Mitchell Miss Evelyn Stump Miss A silver offering was taken for 17th of this month, and the con- IT IS THEREFORE IIID.III:
L. A. Canova Lucille Miss Mlna Ma- the benefit of the local work of vention call read L. that said Uefi-iulunl, I hereby
Cox, Mrs. Kennedy was by
half at that and it will be easy to fritter the rest of it I the quired to appear In ""d ,U.,
gone Mrs. S. P. Vnndivlere Mrs. T, nassa Mias Lillian Sternberg, Missionary Society. O Powell. This meeting will be or liefnre the 11th rta\ I', "111''

away and do nothing. Our advice would be to look and "see Frank Landrum, Mrs. N. D. Wainwright Misses Katie and Virginia Fugate, I attended by Mrs. L. A Davis, A of D......IdJill 1938, otherwise of "-'mpliiln th, aliegau, ,.

if you are sitting on a chunk of this kind of dynamite, and Jr., Mrs. T. K. McClane Miss Abbie Harley, Mrs J P. Baptist Circles state chairman of education and til ken BH confessed and\ 1 ,n reel'Will.'
Mrs. J. R. Boring Mrs. E. R. Warren Miss Mary Lorraine Mrs. H. B. McLendon will represent (nfenHi nut ort .IK,'", ''I. :
Hold Fine
arise and the fuse out of it.-Arcadia MeetingsCircle IT IS FUUTHEH ult ,
if so that you pull Struth, Mrs. E. L,. Matthews, Miss! Smith and Mrs. H M Rlcharde I I the Chapter as a delegate.The thlM older h(' 1>"10"I|, plrtp I :i .I.!

Arcadian. Kitty Hogsed, Miss Hope Haynes, of the State Farm. Number One of the Bap nominating committee sub- week for foui 'norlo,I
-- --- I tist W. !of. S. met Monday after- mitted the following names for the 1 trad ford i'",,'i",,..1 I. KUb, |
nowaptqer i piibll h 01 i
noon at the home of Mrs. L. C officers for the coming year: Pres- ernl lidilation'' 'In, Ilydaf\ ?' .f':0',
I Powell with Mrs. Powell and Miss ty Florida
ident Mrs. E. K. Perryman; First .
This di\
01 h 'nt> A.
Etta Tison as hostesses Vice President, Miss Amelia Ray; Ills

I The meeting was opened with Second Vice President, Mrs. J, M. (OFFICIAL, SI:Al.)
A..J 'I'I1u31 I 1 \,.
I I prayer by Mrs. A. M. Darby. Mrs i Brownlee: Secretary Mis. Marcus I'lerl nI, f I h, ua!
'Powell chose James 4th chapteras : F. Brown; Treasurer, Mrs. L. O Bo'/uH"r 141.
10-14-61-11-11 1 I
I her material for the Bible I Powell; Registrar Miss Olive Ray; '
I study During the business session Historian, Mrs. A. Z Adkins; Recorder -

which was also conducted by Mrs. I of Crosses, Mrs. L.. A. Davis -
Powell the following officers were ; Chaplain Mrs. A. M Darby. POWER ott Lii.iir tut:

elected: Mrs V. H. Garden secretary The above named officers were Let n local mnn who n.il'lHroa
; Mrs F. F. Flume, treasurer elected. In nhtnlnlnic Kleclrle ....
; unanimously
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I vice do roar ll ... Wiring.
Mis II Houston, personal service The Chapter historian Miss Itenono bte., Ilrpenlahl.Service .

chairman; Mrs. T. K. McClane, Amelia Ray, talked on the sub-

Mrs, James Lewis, and Mrs. Paul ject of "Salt, with Special Reference i! O. J. PHILLIPS! Livrtrr

Raymond program committee; to the War Period of the I I

Mrs, L.. A. Shepherd enlistment; Sixties." I,

Mrs, A J. Thomas stewardship; During the social period the I If Excess Acid uuxyoupainofStom

Mrs Ralph Alvarez orphanage; hostesses served hot tea and sandwiches FREE!'

I Mrs T. Harding White Cross Members present were: Ulcers, Indigeitlo,

: chairman; and Mrs. L. O. Powell, I Mrs. Davis Mrs. C. W. Chalker. :, BItln.Ca.HeartburnBelchin

social committee chairman. Mrs. Darby Mrs. J W. Andrews, Nausea, get a free sample of IDC

At the conclusion of the meetingthe I Mrs. E. S. Matthews, Mrs. Ferryman and a /r.. Interesting booklet i

hostesses served tasty sandwiches the Misses Ray Mrs. Ad- i CARPENTER'S DRUG STOh

with hot chocolate and kins Mrs. O. W Brown Mrs. Hal

cake to their guests. Edwards Mrs. O. W. Roberts, I

Mrs. H, L. Brownlee and Mrs.J. Mrs. O. L. Haynes, Mrs. Powell, 40-21 I 47S-I I 6.0.11 I Hit$615$7OSJ60$80
'll Miss Mlddleton. The Chap-
II Lord entertained Circle $ !
t ter was pleased to have as a visitor -
Number Two of the Baptist W. M.
Mrs. Frank
$ r S. Monday afternoon Oct. 3, at I .Robinson.T

r the home of the former. There
were 15 members present. Most of Florida's phosphategoes
to Germany Japan and the
Mrs. Brownlee leader of the
Netherlands iron to Japan;
; scrap
circle conducted the devotional
cotton to Germany England and
the topic of which was stewardship -
Japan shells to Englandand I
After scripture reading she ; oyster
citrus fruits to England and
gave a very interesting talk on

c I the topic followed by prayer by Scotland.

Mrs. Darby.
The following circle officers I Report of the Clerk of the Circuit it AS lewAg
i Court In and for Bradford. County
i PRESENTED BY were appointed: Co-leader Mrs. I Florida on account of taxes assessed -

Orle Wiggins; secretary, Mrs. J. I for .t-J.'i.1nl"oi7Tax: 8
C Collector.
H. Lord; treasurer Mrs. W. L.

THE BRADFORD COUNTY Wall; Committee chairmen: mission To Balance l'o.nty due. Proper____ __ U.311395
Bv amount collected ____ $ 125 flS
Mrs. --
:. TELEGRAPH study S. K. Sparks; To Balance due. -- ______. $2,22700
'.- personal service, Mrs L. G. Hem- Pin Jt Forfeiture

ingway; enlistment Mrs. O. W. To Balance due _- $ 735.26Hv
nmount collected __ _. None
, F AT THE Alderman; social Mrs. L. A, Ren- To Dnlanre due I 73528 '-

folds; publicity, Mrs. J. H Lord onntr hoed and Rrldge. ,
To nalancv due 1294115 aweit esisMrgl
RITZ THEATREThursday flowers Mrs. G. B. Flynn; program fly nmmmt collected .____ None
Mrs, R. L. Kemp and Mrs. To Balance due u__ ._ __ U.941.15
: B M. Fussell white Mrs. nnntr Mrlim C.rnrrnlIn
; cross
Ttnlanre due ._ .. $3,075.D!
... Friday.. Saturday I J. L. Silcox; stewardship Mrs. A. Hy amount collected _____. None
' 1 1 I A. Durden; work basket, Mrs. J. 'If Balance. ilue roilsIn __ $3,076.99County r"LIFETIME

{ OCTOBER 27, 28, 29 I M. Brownlee; building, Mrs. S. P. ftulnnne due u_ $ 18200
I Vandlvlere; transportation Mrs. T4v amount collected ___ None GUARAHTEtpGOOO
To lliiliinr due .. f 18200
RennoMa, Mrs. A. H, Johns Mrs.J. .
t { Hours of Shoeing will be Total Hnh-Mrhiiol llricnlnrTo
4 I .. .... announced next week M Brownlee Mrs. C. C. Hoppe Ilalnme, due n. SJ,087.39!
fly amount collected None
and Mis. h
: I Lord. To tlalanre due ._.._ $},087.89 / EAR
'lotnl h-II.'hnol
M It was decided to bring all religious HendnlTo
I COOI'EK MERCHANTS Flnlanre due _hh |.l,HH7,33
A literature and turn In to ltv amount collected ._ __ None
Mrs. Durden to be di Ibuted to Tu. Balance due __ _. __ $1,18783

fl : negro women. '1'.. Balance .tKrlrullnml due" ___ } 14708 You'll be safer with nee
"Star in My Kitchen" ii entertaining as well as instructive The next meeting will be with fly amount collected ____ None Speed5sf'on i J
____ bulky Goodyear
To Hulanre due Of
$ 147
It has romance, humor, glamour-it will hold your interest I Mrs. J. M. Brownlee and Mrs. W. \\.lil."..'* Penivlon car. Quality i is high
1 I L. Wall. After sentence prayers To Balance. due ______ f 7153 your Speed
t every minute you are in the audience and you,_will see many by the members for home missions Fy amount collected .____ None and the price U low
r I To Hlllanoe due ___.______ $ 7J.53llond carries the Good1
demonstrations of recipes that have been the meeting adjourned. A Bond RefundTo way "
new prepared
social half-hour followed when the Balance due __________ $1.063.04 "lifetime guarantee,
By amount collected ______ None
especially for this picture by several of America's foremost hostesses served fruit punch and To Balance due .. __. $1,063.04

I 1 e home economists. There will be daily gifts for some for- cake. Bond A nrfrtice Fund Interest ASlnklnx GSAUWEATHER gopyfUI i i

Circle Number Three met with To Balance due ___n f 4,409.55 y e'ja
luruce women and, of course, free recipes for everyone. Mrs. H. L. Hough, leader. A de- By amount collected __-___ None s e <
---1 Tu Balance due .. 14,469.65 Th .0.14'a ii.sief.ttbeic.llre.
. r votional service was led by the I ens

; hostess closing with sentence lead In wAiLO A8
prayers by members. RUPTURESHIELD value, .1111.

During the business session the EXPERT HERB and economy IREPLACE 5,640

/ Ii RECIPES following officers were elected and
II. V. 8IIEVNAN. widely known
committee chairmen appointed:
" expert of Chlt' go. will
Co-leader Mrs. W. B. Alexander personally
t,. be at the George Washington Hotel OLD PLUGSWITH
secretary Mrs. C. A. Knight;
I Jacksonville Sunday and Monday
treasurer. Mrs. H. A. Lawson; En- NEW
: APPLIANCESt only, October 16 and 17, from
listment committee. Miss Amy
9 A. M. to 6 P. \I.Mr 6OODfIARDOUBLE
Moore; church Interior and flow-

t Ilk ers Mrs. P. M. Barefoot: personal ameld! Shevnan In a tremendous nay: Improvementover The Zoetlo EAGLE

service Mrs. E. C. Priest; white all former methods, effecting

H tWtaIh Ii fTYLEf.FURNISHINGS". cross, Mrs. Ralph Cox; program hold Immediate the rupture remjltN. perfectly It will not but only In* SPARK PLUGS

Mrs. L. A. Canova; Mission study crease the circulation strengthens New one-plec C1Ion
Mrs. R. A. 'Thomas; educational the weakened parts, thereby clone tructionaa ,av<.

building, Mrs. Ethel M. Biggs. the opening, In ten day. on the average and oil gitr"nth
cane regardless of heavy I
Three members volunteered lifting straining or any position the more mileage:' oabatkd
pledges to the building fund body may annum no matter the else leas dram
or location. A nationally
knownclentlflo EACH
mounting to $30. AH other members method. No under strap 65C
will be contacted by the or cumbersome arrangement anti

building committee for contributions absolutely treatment, .no medicine or medical I

so that this work may go Mr. Mheirimn. will h* glad to drmonlr -

II ill 1 lo !i! 1 mm I IlftR 1 forward After adjournment Immediately. the hostess Add.. S44I.lr ('V vrlfhoat'H. It'IIKIIMO''eGo'rharv ST. Register Motor Co

served hot chocolate and wafers For IS year. assistant to F. H.
t Sesley, famous rupture expert of Fla.
to the 13 members present. Chhago, Starke,

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