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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 28, 1938
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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HILL NOT VOTE COOKING BE SHOWN SCHOOL 2 MORE MOVIETO TIMES BALLOT ROAD 13 Old City Taxes \\.Ii: ; l I ::




ON PROPOSEDFIRE PREPAREDFOR AGAININ Cut 75 :ti !.

i HEART THROBS Large Number of PrizesTo Percent(

CONTROL THE NEWS\ h"\ '
Be Given Away NOVEMBER ---- -k.HALLOWE'EN .,

Today Tomorrow"Star I '
-- I Measure Designed to Put ) .

Commissioners Rescind Four Amendments Add Jacksonville NewspaperSays Bock On I
{ in My Kitchen" the free Properly .

Action Placing Issue motion picture cooking school Interest To Dull Highway To Tax: Books .

On Ballot sponsored by this newspaper at Election Be CompletedAnother ,
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the Rita Theatre will be shown

two more times-this afternoonFriday 2 OPPOSEDThose I""
Recent action placing the question Bradford County voters who got announcement concernIng -
( ) at 3:30: o'clock and Sat-
of county-wide fire control on at () the polls on November 8 will I Road 13, of vital interest to "
urday morning 10 clock The :
Election ballot No- Starke and Bradford Delinquent To Be f I', :

.the General o general public is invited to attend have the privilege of writing twen- County appeared fl
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vember 8, was rescinded by the I at absolutely no cost Free tickets I I II ty-five X's-thafrts| If they start recently in the Florida Given One Year To 1"

Board of County Commissioners at may be obtained at various stores at the beginning{$ the ballot and Times-Union. It stated: \

I meeting held here Thurs G, 4 I In town or at the door of the the- I express an oplnlua on everything State Road 13, which will con- Pay Up ",IL.',

day morning of last week. The tre. | right down the lice. nect Baldwin and Callahan-Yulee. rt.. I >

., cwlon was held at the request of More than valuable If only fifty percent of the 3,600 giving a straight thoroughfare Meeting delinquent taxpayers i I i"

a group of interested cattlemen. donated by local twenty businesses and gifts electors who are qualified turn out from State Roads 3 and 4, North more than half way the City Council "
na-
Chief argument of those who appeared tional advertisers to vote (usually the average in an into Central and Southwest Florida : In a special session held here I"

before the board to protest each ,to are given fortun-awayat off-year election) the total num- will be paved by the State I last Thursday night voted to accept .u 1 ,
showing some
placing the Issue on the ballot was ate A of ber will still exceed the 1.750: who Road Department. L 25c on the dollar In full settlement ;.q ,
; women. special prize a
{that it would Increase taxes to giant box of groceries donated by I voted here In 1936-a Presidential Such Is the information received I; aIn of all taxes two years or fh' ;,

take care of the county's share of the Suwannee I election year It will far exceed ,. here by the Board of County more in arrears. The meetlnlrI./ ,'

maintaining such a control unit. I Meet Richard: Denning who plays yesterday to Miss Store Alice was Peterson.given the mere 750 who tinned out in Commissioners, which body has was held In lieu of the regular a.i,:

In favor of the measure 1934, the last "off-year" election. been asked to acquire additional which had -.e!!
Speakers the part of Michael Anders the Another box of groceries, donatedby case you've forgotten It's Tuesday night meeting ''I
that It would increase taxes I Registrations are at an all-time right of way for an overpass across Hallowe'en time been Few citizens were "
denied I I young movie star in "Star in My Green's Store, will be given again, here's a postponed. 'j i :
dating that the additional expense i Kitchen the motion picture The high because of repeal of the poll the Atlantic Coast Line railroad/ reminder This young fellow nails present to witness the enactment '
away Saturday. special prize
would l probably be offset by Increased cooking school sponsored by the this afternoon will be a deluxe tax as a prerequisite for voting tracks Just north of Baldwin and a quarantine sign to the school of one of the most far-reaching; y" I
delinquent tax collections. I A total of 2,447 electors were qualified a 16-acre borrow pit in that vicinity house door- of recent '
to measures
Telegraph, which' will I be shown loose-leaf cook book In metal con- Just give you an years \1 1'
would not allow : 1 here In 1936 and 1,500 in from which the necessary H.
Fire patrolmen two more times at Hie Rlt a AJIVatre lumerAlso. idea what to expect. The motion was made by A. i
to be worked on land that earth can be obtained for the embankments elected member ijil,'j r
timber Bishop, newly
Richard Is 'one of the com- given away free each day IWJ'lAlthough I
was tax delinquent, thereby stimulating I ing young stars of Hollywood and are: only one Democratic who moved thatthe tax assessor ;.! :

the collection of back when you see the free show you 1 package Aunt Jemima Pan- I nominee Senator Claude Pl'ppE'r.halt Road 13, according to the Information reduce all tax certificate (f-r, :

taxes, It was said will understand why one of the cake flour. Republican opposition, the here, has been paved from HOMECOMINGPLANS values shown on the 1938 tax roll -, '

A H Green. Lester Kite: Leas- I major studios recently placed him 1 package Aunt Jemima. Buck- State Democra He Executive Com- Yulee to a point a short" distance seventy-five percent" permitting ,[}1 :
and ten or twelve other mittee is concocting whirlwind south and west of Cullu'han. The .
ton Wynn, under contract, wheat flour a all delinquent taxes to be Included )
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before the which test of the route, about 20 miles, ,
appeared "get-out-the-vote" campaign
cattlemen I 2 packages of Plllsbury Farina also accepting twenty-five percent 1); Ii
board in defense of the old practiceof --- -- --- - -- -- 1 Oats will extend to every county in has been graded and prepared" In full settlement of all taxes delinquent l II
package Quaker
burning of the woods Florida. I for the laying of pavement.COOKING ;
controlled two or mo..e.
I LOVE INTEREST I 1 package puffed wheat. COMPLETED years fv*
It his --- --- 'Hi
Mr Wynn stated that was 1 metal blending fork. Mint Be Vigilant The motion was seconded by L. ,

belief that timber grew better on I 1 all-purpose can opener. "While there Is little doubt but RATERECOMMENDED A. Cunova and Mr. Bishop and Mr. ;i,,:"t ,a'
land that was burned over every I! that the Democratic nominee will
favor of the
voted
2 5-pound bags Pillsbury flour Canova In. meas- ;
year than on areas that were fire 2 packages Sno-Sheen cake triumph at the polls In November Alumni To lie Honored ure while Councilman Don I* Hoo'I" f

protected. flour. the State Committee felt that (it At Reception After ver voted against It. W L Wall 1!"

Following the various proteststhe 1 pound coffee donated by Tip was expedient to rekindle Democratic The City Council has recommended former chairman of the council, (" o'

board voted unanimously to Top Grocery. : fires and arouse the Democratic to the City Bond Trustees Football, Game stated yesterday that he was not .''p

rescind the previous action placingthe 2 pounds coffee donated by A&P I voters to the danger of that a cooking rate of three cents notified of the special meeting and "' r ,

. Issue on the November ballot Store losing by default" T. T Turnbull per kilowatt hour be put Into ef- Alumni of B. H. S. will be the consequently" was not present but ; i''; I

Board members present at the 1 6-bottle carton of 7-Up I chairman of the committee stated. fect Immediately on power gener- center of attraction here. on No- that he would have opposed I the '

meeting were L. L. Conner chair 16 bottle carton of Coca Cola, I I "We feel that If the Democratic ated by the municipal light plant. vember 11 when they will be honor measure had he been there. ..J tl'
J, M. Rosier is to' continue to dominate r
man: Mallory Thomas 1 3-pound can of Spry. party The council's recommendation guests at a reception In the Woman W M. Edwards, present chair-

and T D. DyaL d 1 Vanity cake pan donated by I i Florida politics It must be eternally would require the installation ofa 's Club following the football man of the council stated that the '

the Bradford Hardware Co. I vigilant and this applies to separate meter for electric stoves game In the afternoon between B. measure was designed to stimulate
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t 1 Lever Bros, gift box, contain-; campaigning in "off years and in and it Is suggested that the con H. S. and Chlefland. tax collections and get delinquent : ...

50 CHILDREN ing Lux toilet soap Lux flakes general elections just as aggressively -I sumer put up a deposit of 15.: The annual Homecoming and property back on the tax books."Some f"., ....
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and
Rinao and Lifebuoy soap. as "in regular .years The Bond Trustees wlU likely Armistice Day program will begin of our property owners are :

I RECEIVED ?El Women who fall to attend the primaries. Senator consider the recommendation at at .11 o'clock In the morning SO far behindthat tbey have become i

Telegraph's cooking school will With the exception pf their regular meeting here Mon- with an outdoor program on the discouraged and refuse to t

, ;" af certainly miss the time of their ocratic Pepper, nominees voting for will the other be entirely Dem-' day night November 7. school grounds, details of' which pay any taxes at all By allowing ,'!dt I

AT CLINICDr. lives Besides seeing an entertaining "complimentary" since they do not It was also requested by the will bo announced later. them to settle up their back accounts ,4

and Instructive picture those Four Council that the Bond Trustees Since November 11 also marks at a reduction we hope to tt.
have Republican opposition.
---- who attend today and tomorrow amendments add meet with the Council at the latter's the opening of the annual Red Encourage them and get them Into :; '
I f Lou Lander, who plays the constitutional 1 the habit of their" cur p'\ '
InterviewedOld Mary have an opportunity to receive one first meeting In November, Roll paying :
Fort some interest to the ballot, how- Cross Call, a big parade will ,
part of Dedee Abbot In the cooking of these useful gifts. first meeting In January and quarterly be staged beginning at the schoolhouse rent taxes every year," Mr. Ed- ,; ;

and New school will steal your heart as she --. ever. thereafter for a general discussion at oneo'clock, proceeding wards. said W, '
bravely solves her problems ,the To Vote For These of matters affecting the He continued: "Some people will :';
PatielltsFiftyone the through the business section and
that will
Names on
same ones that confront every DISCUSSESVALUE appear Interests of the doubtless say that this action Is '
city at the ball E
follows ending municipal parkIn :
ticket In this county are as -
old unfair to the who has been '
housewife young or every man ,
vari- time for the at 2 o'clock.
crippled children I Chairmen of the Council's game
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day. Plan to see "Star In MyKitchen" paying his taxes regularly but I '
twenty-four from Bradford County OF MANDr For United States Senator: 1 ous committees for the coming High school students, Boy Scouts 1
this afternoon (Friday) it will help him In the long ;:
were examined at the all-day Claude Pepper and Thomas E.Swanson. I year are as follows: Streets Side- National Guards and other organizations t r
tomorrow morning.COMEDY I run. By getting delinquent I
or properly
clinic held In the court house here A. P. Black, professor of walks, and Buildings-L. A. Canova will take part in the pa- f'J'f'J'bl"lIt've
1 back the books where
I on wean
-- -- -- Taxation W. L. rude Between halves of the .; i
on Thursday of last week. agricultural chemistry at the For Representative In Congress ;, Finance and gamea : collect something on it, It Is

One by one all through the day I RELIEFAnd University of Florida, gave an Interesting 2nd District: R. A, (Lex) Green. Wall, Electric Light Waterworks. special program will he given possible[ that we might be able to

they climbed upon the table before talk before the Rotary For Attorney General: George and Fire Protection-H.! A. Bishop appropriate both to the Red Cross educe the mlllage which would "

Di. F L Fort noted orthopedic Club here Wednesday on the subject Couper Glbbs Sanitation--Don L. Hoover; and the Homecoming event. r
benefit The State la
surgeon In the improvised examining -) of "The Value of Man." The For Justice of Supreme Court: Rules Laws, and Ordinances--L. The reception for the alumni will everybody. : ,
Its accounts
01 under the
\ rooms made by draping i program was In charge of T. K, Rivers Buford. A. Cunova be held at the Woman's Club be- settling < }.t.1
Act and I do not !
see
Murphy why
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sheets here and there about the McClane, Jr. For Justice of Supreme Court: -. ginning at eight o'clock and a >
the should not take similar ; ,
'!. dance will be sponsored by the Lit- : city ,
CQurt room and the Jury chamber The speaker emphasized the Roy Chapman. ictlon.1" .. I

White and colored, they came from ) fact that the value of man lies In For Justice of Supreme Court: Buys Out Manning tle Women's Club beginning at Councilman Hoover who spoke :\t I

Putnam and Clay counties also, i this ability to think and not In I Elwyn Thomas. J. B. Sapp, former night mar- nine freely In opposition to the
meas-
shal of Starke this week announced All B. H S. alumni, from near
most of them shownlg remarkable I of For Railroad Commissioner:
the actual physical properties he I'Irt' ,
said could
see no more Jus-
the purchase of the gocery bus and l far are urged. to come back l' r
In of their physical
courage W. Curler
spite
his body, If a man's body were I Jerry ice In It than If he went Into a I
handicaps Commissioner Eugene iness owned and operated by J C. this year for Homecoming
| separated Into its component partsIt For Railroad : store, purchased $100 worth of
for the E L. Williams, B ,
thirty-two principal
Manning past
Occasionally It moving Matthews.
was a would be found to contain S. merchandise and then several ,''l u
friend H. Boo this week announced that ,
Mr.
Sapp's
scene as some little fellow whose i around eight pounds of soap Representative. BradforiCounty years many months later offered $25 In full
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will be Interested to learn of the idmlHHlon to home football
thin legs twisted H Inman. games
and
aims were enough Iron for about six thumbtacks : George settlement!1 of the bill. ,,1)/)/ .
transaction and will wish him well ;! will bo reduced from forty to
beyond the most
repair even by eight gallons of water anda (Continued on Page Eight)
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skilled would learn thatnothing In his new enterprise. A more detailed twenty-five cents for adults and :
surgery. little lime sulphur, and phosphorus --- -.---- F :elC 1i
account of this transaction ) from to cents for school
could be done for his con- the whole worth onlyarund twenty ten way i ifirs.
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i GAME CLUB Ill b f .,. .In.. 'h_ "' t nnh aIL 1 cren The. new rat ....,.tIt.. em .In...tA
dlt'U". -- >- w e oun 'UU &U.U"'UJ'" u e .. .
95c, Dr. Black said. 1 'I' \ Evelyn Jeanette" Conway 4
Dr Fort, kindly and patient as here Is Auntie Bella her However, man demonstrates his l I. tonal column. effect at the Homecoming game, 28, former resident of Starke died i'I 1\

well as skilled, would turn to the self who presides over Mike Anders real value by his ability to think MEETSI at her home In Jacksonville early

mother anxiously awaiting the kitchen In the cooking school i and conduct research work that Is..I last week. She was born In Plant
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outcome of examination."I'm a laugh I Bradford County Fish and MARRIED MEN AND SINGLE MEN .
the film. She provided many I continually raising the standard of City and was married to Leonard f.I
I'm the first Game Club, meeting here last Fri- '
sorry Mother, butt for women attending living reducing the death rate, Conway of Starke. They moved
afraid you've too muchof of"Star In My Kitchen" day night went on,record as be- from here Jacksonville(
given us showing the of life", to about
a Job," he would In such and lengthenlng span ing In favor of giving A. A Dur- four months "
say Thursday morning. the speaker said In 1850 the av- TO MATCH SKILL NEXT WEEKFootball ago. t
full
officer
conservation cooperation
casts, which fortunately were few lifetime was thirty-five. den Besides her husband the le-
erage
More often however the crippled In enforcing conservation ceased Is survived two
years, while today It is fifty-seven, by sons. "
condition was not so hopelessbut 28 Get Certificates Dr. Black said.Robert. laws. Robert and Earl: two daughters.Jacqueline I, '

that Dr. Fort could see some Twenty-eight school bus drivers ___ [[[T A_ It was also decided to requestthe scouts allover the game to the side posting the largest and Barbara Jo'ni:: ; ; ,'',"7 j

chance for improvement. in Bradford County have been Issued Board of County Commissioners -' country will have a golden opportunity bond with him between now four sisters She was a member of ;
Nineteen white and five colored Lee Byrd to prohibit discharging of firearms the Church of God :
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certificates of physical fit to unearth new talent here and next Tuesday at noon. If his
I. children from this county were examined based a thorough medi- Robert Lee Byrd. 51, former resident on Sunday and to request the next Tuesday afternoon at 3:30: services should be engaged It looks Interment was in Restlnwn Cem- r
white and ness upon died last Fridayin sheriff to strictly enforce the same. etery in Jacksonville. I
while fourteen examination. Each driver is of Graham o'clock when married men (If their pretty bad for the married men I
: five colored from Putnam and cal recommended by a physician and the Veterans' hospital at Bay Members pledged themselves to wives will let them out) meet sin who are notoriously short on pocket ---.-- i:

eight white from Clay County were Pines. report to proper authorities any in a of "touch" that
permit by the State gle men game change. Circuit Court Soon
alllO' Is awarded a services held at violation of the fish and game
received. Funeral were
; of Education when Is expected to prove once and for The tentative (oh how tentative)
Department regular Fall term of Circuit tIt tItThe 1
Five applications were given for the county superintendent certifies 10 o'clock Monday morning at De- I laws all whether marriage makes or line-up> Is as follows: Court will here Mon
hosPitalization In St. Brooker with convene on
of new cases i dan Cemetery near Shortening of the hunting sea breaks a man The municipal ball
Jukes that he meets all other requirements Married men: Geo (Gator) In- day November 14, Jurors will be :
Jacksonville and many old the Rev. L. A. Shepherd pastorof son and further restriction of the park will be the battleground. I h/i
All regular large-size man, C Al (Slicker) Manaasa drawn .
; Saturday.
eases to the Starke Church, officiating -
Were scheduled for return Baptist bag limit will be discussed at an- There Is considerable rivalry f'
school bus bodies in this county RH Merrill Kdwards, LH T. ''l .
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hospitals ;
for further treatment. standard Arrangements were In other meetlnll"of the club to be over the position of waterboy with
several| cases were sent to the have been equipped with charge of DeWItt C. Jones. held before the next legislative the odds slightly in favor at the Frank (Jimmy Walker) Landrum ''

< homes at Hope Haven and Uma- signal arms which provide legal Survivors are his mother, Mrs. session present writing, of E.: L. ( Prof.) FB; Ralph Cox, QU.: T. K. Mc- 1J 1\
to
to come :
tllla warning to motorists lane Jr. RT; Sam (Greasy) Anderson \
Margaret Byrd, three brothers, Wllllaros for the henpecked aide. :
The local a dead atop while children are be- W. P. Melbourne, D. M. LT; Elmo (Southern Plant
American Legion poet Byrd Some of the bachelor athletes $J m
furnished luncheon for doctors and ing loaded or unloaded. Byrd Brooker, and J. M. Byrd, To Restore NamesThe don't care much for water anyway er) Struth RO; Red (Pulp Wood. 'J

""rtes and also arranged for trans-1 I _* Tampa; three sisters, Mrs. J. W. Board of County Commissioners -I so no one Is worrying about them. Muntelth LG. 1; ;

jwtatlon of children to the clinic. Celia Waters Barrow, Jacksonville Mrs R. R. will be in session tomorrow : Great Interest naturally centers Single men: Al Kay (Pride of

The patients ,and their parents ,tilt' I Jones Tampa and Mrs W. B. (Saturday) to restore any names In the question of who will referee Belles) Carlisle IX]; Sam Alvarez PAWJ1d Im. Lqs" J '

Were fed at the school cafeteria Mrs Cella Conner Waters, native -j I Price, Daytona BeachWoodbridge. that might have been erroneously" the game. It Is not desired I to picka RH; John Inman LE; Mullet c. -,,' ,

through the courtesy of Supt A J.nffia of Bradford County died Sunday ---. stricken from the county' registration man for this Important Job who Smith RE: Kecffee. Harrell, C; Ma got mad with Pa and thoughtshe I' I
and at her home In Jacksonville j books. who will be Billy (Flash) Powell RG: Percy ''I
the cafeteria management months. I Here has a large family or would do him a dirty trick by .J,
an Illness of four .. .- SulllvanRT John Buzzard
following ; ( ) Red
In the communityIn
missed
greatly telling of his friendsthat
some lady
of
Mr: .. ciennle Hlckok county She lived the greater and part moved of her to I MUll.Chas., was G. Woodbridge In Starke Monday Lynn In Free Apples the event that any of his decisions grave LT; Artford Brown LG. he was a good dish washer. pl:''I I' I

.***>, saJd Bradford life in Lake Butler the ire of either Admission will b ten and '
& twen-
that twenty about two ago the interest of his extensive property All certified commodity clients provoke Pa says In a few days so many
County children have been given Jacksonville years She is holdings Mr. Woodbridge will receive fresh apples at the side B, (Jake) Jacobs has consented ty-five cents with proceeds goingto ladles were calling for him he : I ,
daughter j
! treatment by the Crippled Chlldrenll' to live with her daughters and I ,owes thirteen stores here, two residences warehouse in Starke today (Friday to take the Job with an the support of a REAL football couldn't keep up with his work sIBy f

r. three< year.Commission during the past four survived sons.by three and some farm property. ). Containers must be brought. Iron-clad guarantee to deliver the, teamthe B H S, Tornadoes. W, L. George II ;


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ant's leslrienct In No I Kim: Street, the Bradford County Telegraph, a I to<> -.. ...., L),,, -
ma Mrs Hargraves la spending eratlon and other electric appliances Florida, to-wlt that Hhe Is newspaper of general circulation, Artlcl.. X "IIj h
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Massachusetts '"
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North Half nf Northeast Quarter published In Bradford County FlorIda amended "L "f
weeks in Monticello were demonstrated after of tweny-one year so a" .
several Section IX Township 8 South, over the agre I" "I :,

Mm. W. A. Tyler, Cor. The friends of Charles which a delightful supper which Range/ 22 Bast. containing 80 and that there In of no Florida person the or persona service Witness my hand and official lea. t.tV.veo7b.n. .?'",, "J;, ."G'" 6'.11.; -V
many In the State-
had been under the direction Acrea, more or leas.The would of thU Huld court this tbe 6th day real property ...h',1' ''l.' I";, ""
prepared
Hardy Jr, will be interested to assessment of the said. property of process upon whom of October, A n. 1838. reBldoa. th.. "' !*,,'.. anj'lj1makes '
Mr and Mrs Russell Judd, oMaeclenny of Mrs. Wilholte of Daytona under the aald certificate Issued peisonHllv hind said defendant.IT root, a",,., I"
hear that he has accepted a position THEREFORE, OUDKIUCD: !: (OFFICIAL SHAD the hiM K""d ,fS
: : were In thla section, Beach was served about three hun was In the name of C. H. IS A. J. THOMAS. nent home "r"tiJ, "I' h"r" J"t(>
in Winter Haven. Drake. that said Defendant. l II hereby required Clerk of Circuit Court of of another otherL"" ""UH."r''?'',.
Sunday dred It ia expected that a shall. lie to In said cause on or ,
guest. Unless aald certificate appear / urally ""ally ."""
I Bradford\ County Florida. dnnendent
Ossle oLiivvtey Mr and Mrs. Paul Stewart of law the before the 6th day of December "1'1111 0 t ".
Mr and Mrs, Taylor similar demonstration will be redeemed according to or T FRANK LANDltUM.Attorn.y shall be entitle' I '''Id u.,
Lake Butler spent Sunday here property dearrlbed therein 'will beaold A D 1931, otherwise the allegations all I" all. '' "
with Mr fur Plaintiff from laxallolJ. 'X.m
spent Sunday at Lawtey In the near fu of Complaint will betaken U.
staged to the, highest bidder at the of said Bill for horf\ '"' .
and Mm.E special
and Mrs. A. J. Bryant. with their parents, Mr. ture. court house door on the flrat Mon as confessed and a Decree Fro 10-7-51-11-4 assessed valuation "/''"' "p j-*"

Mr and Mrs P D Reddish of: T Stewart, and the Rev. and day In the month of December 1830 Confesso entered against her.IT and Dollars on th... ?''. Th ..
ORDERED that No'rlrM 0. APPLICATION Malll "u.
whlih la the 8th day of December, IS FUHTHBIl oonthruou.. real 110'"
Hellbronn, were visiting Mr. and Mrs Q. E. McGauley. Rain Damane; 1938. thla order be published once each KOI1 TA X 1>KKIflrnilt > ..d In Artlcl. pr "y' IL. rill
consecutive weeka In ( Bill No. l 10. S."I\\,.,. '
W R Conner. Saturday. H. P. and E A Galney were In of October week for four Con.tltutlon. for I
Mn! Heavy rains here Sunday and Dated thla 19th day the Bradford County Telegraph. a NOTICE IS HBRKBY; GIVEN, That th.reaU.r. ARid lh( )" 'UI i9 : lh,

Mrs J L Thomas has returnee Jacksonville Monday. Sunday night did considerable 1988. newspaper published In and of general Cecil 11 Moore, holder of Tax: Cur by the entireties, 1111<. ,''Jlay b( CJ
(OFFICIAL SEAM Bradford County tlftcate No. 361, 'Issued the 6th day .... JOI"'h'' 11
circulation In mon .Ith 'Jr
after two week's visit in "I her. I ,,
home a "
School and .
Members of the Brooker damage to roads, streets A. J. THOMAS Florida. of August, A, D. 1929. hag filed Ram tlon may b. "nd ."Id. It

Palatka with relatives, faculty Mrs. Muriel Norman Miss bridges many roads in !this sec Clerk Bradford of Circuit Court Florida.of Thla 8th day of October. A D. In my office and nan mad* appllca ..uoh of the own..r.a"Pnrll""od" : lIp'
County "
Arthur Swan bom of Saxton and I Melva Crosby and Mr and Mrs. tion being reported impassable. 1O-11-6t-11-18. 191X(OFFICIAL SEAL) tlon for. Said a tax:certificate deed to be embrace Issuetthereon. .th..r.on.t. ehall, a..aPP..ar.Ihelr re.pectlve a. .hall .I :IC",

Klbeit Tyler of Starke were visitIng Harmon Morgan are enrolled in Sweet potato crops suffered con A J. THOMAS. the following described property In .mptlon of more lban bUI no .uch ."..

at the home of Mr and Mrs. the English courses in Starke. siderable loss because of high wa NOTICR Of APPLICATION i.k of the Circuit Court the County of Bradford State of and Dollar. ..hall b.. allowed Io''e' Th'-'
FOR TAX PEED Florida. Florida to-wlt: p..r.on or 10
i [j! W A. Tyler Sunday afternoon Mr and Mrs. Russell Noflman ter. It ia expected that roads will : Jtl _..._. ....._. '''''' .., .
HOME for traffic Y ..L' n 'H"r. 'UL'....' .... uuarter. of Southwest Quarter .x..mnUnn_ ___ .11. 'UII!
Mrs J. S. Brantley of Starke in Gainesville Saturday soon be in condition as .v 4 n. .. 4" "' 0''''''''''0 UL Y. cee'd f -' '''
were visiting Kxcept 1 Lot 87 feet Kant ftWeRt he proportionate".1"1*''
NTOEOFOB W H. Smith holder of Tax Certificates ",
-.J spent the week-end with her par large crews of workmen are now I I Numbered respectively 96 issued I NOTITM Or APPLICATION I by 13S feet North & South uatlon ba.ed ,,n th? Inle..."* I-

enta. Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Brown. Aubry Withers spent the week engaged; in repair work September 7, 1936, 30 lasued I Von. TAX UiCEItI In NorthweHt Corner flection 20TownBhlp by auch person The r... "* MI I
I .
1 September 7. 1936 and 40 lasuedSeptember (8. ... Illlt No> IO3) 7 South, Ranee 22 may prellcrlb.. a"proprIRt." aR IQ\t

Little Joyce Conner hall pneumonia end at his home In Madison, I 7, 1936 has filed aame In NOTICH IS:: HEREBY GIVEN. That Rust containing 4 Acres, more onabl. law. r.ulatlnlf .. .....
Agree; holder of Tax Certificates of ..
.f and we hope for her speedy G. E. McGauley and Mrs S. M :I Tacky Party my office and has made application Lola Adklns I of or Ie... .tabU.hlng lhe 'I"h an.."
Numbered ex.mptlon.
.
the hon| e"f..mv3nr. The assessment of the Raid.. prop 0 ""
Miss Edith Fitzpatrick entertalncd for tax deed to be Issued thereon. : 828
recovery. Baird attended a called meeting 916 Issued August
erty under the said certificate la-
UstlngtEbse Winfred Rigdon returned to the at the office of Supt. A J. Grlffls > a group of her friends Friday Said certificates the followngdeacrlbed respectively properties embraces Issued September E, 1993, has filed sued was In the name of Fannl A .JOINT nE i: TION p I Ian
w) same In my office and haa made .. Amend ment to oP .I't
Fernandlna CCC in Fernan- j evening with a tacky party The In the County of Bradford, Bank IIcl. Serllon 2
camp Saturday to dlscusa important application for tax deed to be laauedthereon. Unless Raid certificate shall. be redeemed 8 ot the ConKlilullon 0 AI1
ly borne dina recently after a visit here. school matters.Mr. home was decorated with Hallow iltate of Florida, to-wlt: Said certificates respectively according to law. the prop !:'tate of Relallng lb.
Bald Certificate No. SB, embracea PubllcaUon I
'characte the following described of
Mr and Mrs. L. P. Jarvls of e'en colors. East 6 embracea ; erty described therein will be sole to PaolO Not Ir 'If Inl tlb.
far i and Mrs. Robert L. Bates, Acres of South one- propertlea In the County of to the hlKheRt. bidder at the court I..o al or I too Pahokee have returned home after after fourth of Southwest Quarter of Bradford, State of Florida to-wlt: BE] IT rU HOT.VF.J
of Jacksonville were visiting Mr. Many games were enjoyed house door on the first Monday 1 In 'LATURI3!' By 'rlrtc"'Er. (
nlderedof Northeast Quarter Hectlon 6 OF'THp"
lmpoijjby [: visiting here several weeks. and Mrs. H. P Galney Sunday which punch and cake was served. Township 7 South, Range 11 Said embracea.H of West Certificate Half of No.Southwest 916 the Is the month 7th day of November.of November 1938,1938.which FLORIDA: That th,'!iTATE'foil O

Mrs. L. U. Morgan and daughter afternoon. After being served, the judges selected East containing 6 Acres, more I Quarter of Northwest Quarter Hated thla 26th day of September amendment 8 of to Section 21 of 1 I'
to Ie.... Con"tltutlon ,
or
pui A East Half of Southeast
eratlonafled Shirley, spent the week-end Mr. and Mrs. P. A. Crosby spent the tackiest boy and girl, Said Certificate No. U, embracea Quarter nf Northwest Quarter 1938.(OFFICIAL SRAL.' ) .of Florida as am..nI"d al''Jf the the I I'I
.
? cently in Oklahumpka with relatives. last week in Youkon with relatives who were Cleon Wooten and Patsy Southeast Quarter of Southwest "Hectlon 10 Township 6 South A. J THOMAS, I..I h.r..by.I..ctlon In 102N be. and Ih.r:".

Quarter & Northwest Quarter Range 23 Bast containing 40 Clerk of Circuit Court of alfreed t" Ilnll oh
II
.ubmltt..d
Roberts. presented ,
They were for t.o
of Southeast Section 9 Acres Ie.... rallflcallon ;
mam : .,Quarter more or Bradford County, Florida. tlon 0. 'J
Mr and Mrs. L. A. Futch and with gifts. Township 7 South. Range XI Said Certificate No 128 embraces 8-80-01-10-28. Stat.by ot tb.Florida qualified .Ieoto.. ol .'

Home Miss Louise of Lawtey Hast, containing 80 Acres, more West Half of Northwest .ral el.'tlon votlnlf "I
BROOKERMian Crosby Those who enjoyed the evening lees. to b.. hold In N.o:""
or
Florida Quarter of Southwest Quarter b..r, A. D. ,
, Vera Galney, Cor. were visiting friends and relatives I were Hazel Smith, Jewel Reddish Said Certificate No. 40, embracea Section 10 Township 6 South NOTICB OK APPLICATION S..rtlon 21 of IUN Article'; lbat 10 to ...a, t l..
( several here South Half of Northwest Quarter Range 22 East containing 20 ron TAX i>KicnSenate tutlon of of tho on
Sunday. Martha Wills, Christine Cutahaw, ; I h. Stale of
< BUI No. IllS) Florida .h:
of Northeast Quarter A b. i
meof Acrea, more or less am.nded ...
"
0 to '
Elaton-Morgan The home which la being constructed Betty Phillips. Patsy Roberts, Elizabeth North Half of Southwest Quarter The assessment of the aald property NOTICE IS: HEREBY GIVEN That Section 21. In all re..d,, a.
I for Mr. and Mrs. L. L. of Northeast No. A. II. Oreen holder of Tax Certlfl at..d c 101l0w'i,
Section Certificate In
PlUmmer Edith Fitzpatrick, Quarter under "i! of said the
? Annie PUc.dlnS
eatabllsV; The many friends of Miss Parker is and 16 Township 7 South: Range 916 was In the name of Estelle Old- cate No. 882 Issued the 7th day of law.. ...haU b. ...n..ral
.i in the rj. Laura Elston and Harmon P. Morgan nearing completion Mary and :Jean Edwards Sidney 21 2 ast, containing; 40 Acrea, ham; and the assessment of said. August, A. D. 1933, hall filed "am form operation .nd 01 ,

' members of the Brooker will soon be ready to be occupied.Mr. Shuford, Cleon Wooten and Harry more or less, and Containing In property under aald Certificate No. In my for office and deed ha.* made application Stat.., but In all c"a.throUlrhout. not II)
( a tax to be Issuethereon
recipes,fi and Mrs. Colan Register all 126 Acrea, more or less.The 828 waa In the name of Chaa.Relmer. &ted or eX"I.ted In that
.
will be Interested to Fitzpatrick. Bald certificate embrace. the
Legllllatllr.
School
faculty '
convenl4houaew assessment of the aald prop n'n) pae. enum.l
learn that they were quietly married and small son, of Alapaha, Ga., .rty under aald certificate No. ISwaa Unless said certificate shall be redeemed the the following of described property In loi-al laws 'p,
Bradford
County State of
spent a short time Sunday night \Vek of Prayer In the name of Jim Frldgeon; according to law the property Florida to-wlt: after otherwise. proiltlod l5i lh. COt
In Gainesville Saturday eight. described therein will he sold stltlltlon; PROVIDED
correaer the assessment of the said property that
with Mrs. Register's sister, Mrs.Sraery Mrs. H. B. Arwood was host to the highest bidder at the courthouse "HnutheaBt Quarter of Southwest or special bill shull be no 100';
busliAs They will make their home In I under aald certificate No. S8 was In Quarter of SouthweRt Qu..rl.rS..ctlon shall paBe .,
Hazen Mr. and Mrs. RegIster door on the first Monday In any local or .peCla'la.' .
Starke Tuesday to the ladles of the Baptist the name of Walter Robinson; and Thirty-five Township 6 Ilshlng or ",
the month of November, 1938 which .boll..hlnlt
ado were accompanied by his W M. U at her home when the assessment said of the aald propertyunder la the 7th clay of November, 1938.nat..d Mouth Range 22 Kaat: ContainIng ties, or providing/ for muniMn' ,.
certificate No.
40 In
was 10 acre more or lean. merit. Jurisdiction powirf '
father and mother Elder and Mrs. this 27th day of September, and
,
Ch token Supper she entertained with a spend the the name of Walter Robertson.Unless The aHReaHinent of the Raid prop terlng or ,
amending
tlon The P-T A had the chicken L. L. Register, of Nashville, Ga. day party in observance of week said certificates ahall be 1938.(OFFICIAL SEAL) erty under the aald certificate 1.-. pasKed I. unless nolle,'the,,f .am Intoritl", I,

did y They were on their way home after redeemed according to law theproperties A. J. THOMAS, cued was In the name of M. R to "pr>ly Ih"rMo. 1hall h ,".
of Mrs. A. A. Annls chairman b
tipper Friday night an a large I prayer. described therein will be \Varnelnlens. publlHhed In th"
Court of 1I11l1111'r
buslnesrells Clerk of Circuit
/ crowd and everything attending the :Mt Enon Primitive of the program committee sold to the highest bidder at the Bradford Florida. Raid certificate shnll be redeemed by IILW where the mILtier pr vld
was present County, or ''hi,
wltl nptlst Association at Plant City Court-House door on the flrat Monday according to law. the property 10 be att"'Ied m.l) I.
the the Rev. G. S-30-Ct-10-28 ,
and tha.Inj went off fine. Baskets of lovely presiding pastor, In the Month of November 1938, described therein will be Roldto which notice shalM I.,. uuMiiii

garden flowers on the stage and on We are glud to report that Mrs. E Cutshaw. gave an inspirational which Is. the 7th, day of November the hlKheat bidder at the court the manner provlcl,) M )lall'' ..

moiof G W. Hazen, who has been very address the work of the Wom A. D. 1981.I "T TII or Ki.omnvII hoiine door on the first Monday Inthe h'rty.'nvs' prlo ,,, nil'''Siicll
on '
the tobies decorated! the building. I ( > \'TV OF1 till.\1>KOIII IJ. month of Into the Leglslnt' '
tbclrreaourc Dated thla the (th., day of Octo November 1938 which nil' '"f "im I
Stringed music by a nearby band III in a Palatka hospital, Is now an's Missionary Society to the I ber A D. 1938OFFICIAL It appearing by affidavit filed In la the 7th dav. of November 1938Ditted hill The. evidence tha.. 'II, h, noli","'

convalescing at her home here. Church Those attending were Mrs I ( SEAL) that certain rause In Circuit Court. I thla 26th day of September. ha. '" ..n PuMlshed shall I I",,.
was un enjoyable feature. G. E. I A J. THOMAS. Bradford County. Florida In Chancery 1938. llshed In the Logjslnttir" I I".r, riiJi
McCauley principal, gave an Interesting ----+- --- J. L.. Harrell Mrs. T. J. Terry, Clerk of Circuit Court of entitled Blanche lulhert Par- (OFFICIAL, SHAD hill shall he l'It..II. .,,1,(,,1 1 Lcl '"

LAWTF.Y Mrs. J. P Wyrlck. Mrs.. A A. An- I Bradford County, Florida. ,Isher, Plaintiff. vs. D O Farlsher.Defendant A. J. THOMAS, dene. shall le flld, I ? ? .
address In which he .
with the bill In th. ,. f'Secretary
I 10-T-St-ll-4 and the relief prayedfor Clerk of Circuit' Court of "ff, I It
stressed the Importance of every O. J. PhilllpM, Correspondent. nia, Mrs. G. E. Cutshaw Mrs. being divorce; that the defendant Bradford County.: Florida. .of Stat ;. u h mam

; Tb one voting for the Parity amend Clyde Austin. Mrs. M. B. Futch IV TIIK KTAMH OP 1HK TATR OFri.OHIUA Is a resilient. of a state or country 8-30-5t-10-28. and" .the the Leglslnturi fact that smh shall pro,| I
n iti"
unknown to plaintiff and that H w
( resent ment which will be the third on and Mrs O. J. Phillips. I !\oo'ru'l OK .4IM established. In the Loirlsliitiirc ,hi
Mrs. MaRRle Browning TO: OLIVE W OODDAnn whose I there Is no. person In the State of LirvriONKOH In l h ,
everv tose
the ballot at the November elec Final rites for Mrs. Maggie residence Is No 3 K\m\ Street, Boa- Florida service. of personal. process (Meniitv TAX Hill MKIOI No. Hl.1tNOTICH ) JournalB of the, (Sennti TL Itul' .mil unon' nf it
Personals ton, Massachusetts.It upon whom would personally bind House. of
browning, age 31, who died at her appearing by sworn affidavit the said defendant. IS HEREBY OIVEN. That ED, however RepreHentathoH. PROMI\!

tion.A net profit of about $2() was home near here Wednesday, after Bill Wainwright, a student at attached. to the Dill of Complaint IT IS ORDERED that the defendant Certificate Mrs. Beulah Kelly, holder of Tax such law shall no bp pttl.llotion required of'h,i
of Florida at filed In that. certain D. a. Farlsher appear to No. 212 IsHiied the 6th under "
the University cause, now when such law
made by the P.-T. A. whose members brief Illness day of contain!
a were held Friday August A. D. 1928. has fllecsame
pending In the Circuit Court, Eighth Lhe bill of complaint on the rule day provision to the efect ''hat thr
wish to thank all who assisted noon at the Sapp Cemetery with Gainesville spent the week-end at Judicial Circuit, of Florida Bradford In November, the aame being the 7th In my office and haa mad.appllr..tlon snail. not become operative or ur,f

with and attended the supper. he Rev. G. E. Cutahaw assisted his home here.William County, In Chancery Wh.r.lnC..ny day November, otherwise a Decree iRRued thereon.for Said a tax deed to be I fectlve until ratified ''JI' appw
certificate
F. Uoddard la Plaintiff and pro Confesno will be entered against em at a referendum election tt C.. hi tiled ,
The Brooker School Is beginning by the Rev. Ivan Bohannan, offi Wooten waa visiting Olive W. Qoddard Is Defendant and nlm for hla failure to appear That braces. In the the following deacrlbed of property and held In the tcrrltnrj' fw( ,

Its second semester with renewed ciating. friends at Stuart over the week the relief prayed for la a divorce; this order be published once each State of Florida County to-wlt! Bradford I In accordance with a proim
and It appearing that the Defend week for four consecutive weeka In Northeast therefor contained In such bill ,
interest. Pall bearers were Laurie Dalton end. Quarter of Southwest provided by general law
Quarter Section 2S Township

and Marion Carter, Kyle Hil- Miss Abbia Harley, who is employed 6 South, Ranee 22 East, A JOINT RESOLUTION" =' PI upOllr

Sunday was the second day of iard, Ernie Johns and O. :J. Phil I in Starke, spent the week NOTICENotice containing- Acres, more. or an Amendment to Kfc-tlnt) if A' .
I less.
tide IX of the Constitution
services in the Brooker if Fit'
regular ips. end at her' home here. The assessment of the said. prop' Ida Relating to Taxation and F ,

Baptist Church. A large number Born near Ratford Mrs. Brown- Miss Bessie Terry and Miss la hereby given that the following described lands, or so much erty. under the aald certificate 1sRiied nance. bv Adding ThercU i Hroulrtnent .

attended in spite of the inclement Ing moved to this section several thereof as will J>e necessary to pay the amount due for taxes herein was In the name of Qeo, A, That the Leglilature' Still
I Pauline Anders of Jacksonville set opposite to tTTi- same. together with rost. of such Rale and advertising/ Hunt Provide for Ralnlnv Renu
weather Miss Juanita McGauley years ago she was a member of spent the week-end at their respective will be .sold at public auction on the 7th day of November, 1938 before the Unless said certificate Rhall be re Defray State Appro|>rlntln, Mi( ,

and Bonnie Molt 'sang beautiful the Baptist Church and had been' Court House Door at Htarke, the County of Bradford. State of Florida. deemed according- law, the prop for the neneflt nf tho Uniform Sy
homes here. erty described therein will be aold tern of Public Free Schools. ind ,

duets. I prominently Identified with that' Miss Kathalene Blanchard, who Dearrlptlon. II..... T. R A Owner Taxes A Costa to the highest bidder. at the court the State Institutions if Higli-

John Hargraves, who is now body. Lots 1. 3 of nik 1 Original. house door on the first Monday In Learning as a Part of th.. .wn*
I has been visiting at the home of Town of Starke In NEH\ the month of November, 1938, which of the State and on .in., ICiiuili

with his grandmother in St. Petersburg '- Surviving her are four daughters her parents, Mr. and Mrs A. M. of SVfYt\ ____________2? 6 22 Klvlna Morgan ________$ 8.90 la the 7th day of November, 1938. Therewith.He .

Is reported to be ImprovIng Mrs. Edna Moore, Ft. Myera; returned to Miami Sat Lots 2, 4 of Bite 16 Original Dated thla 28th day of September, IT nESOLvrn in PHP: LE'
Blanchard Town of btarke In NE'A' ILATIIRE OF THE STATE (01 i
from attack of asth-
recent
a Mia. Ruby Rosier, Ralford ; Mrs. urday.A. of SWV\ ___ ____________28 6 22 Mrs. Annie A. Fraxee _- 13.90 (OFFICIAL SEAT FLORIDA' That th rollowlr"m.ndm..n't
Beulah Norman and Mrs. Thelma Com 26 ft 3 In W of SK Cor A. J. THOMAS. of Section 2 ..if Arllr
MUSCULAR SORENESS Norman A. Annls who la employed of Lot 8 of Blk 18 &: run Clerk of Circuit Court of IX of the ("Constlttitl i" ..f Florid

AND LUMBAGO! of Lawtey. One son, David in Hazelhurst, Ga, spent the week N 105 ft W 22H a 105 ftto Bradford County, Florida. relating. to taxation and riiiann ,
of Lawtey, and one sister Mrs. Call f1tE 2JVj ft to beg 830Gt1028.NOTICE. and th.. .."m" I. hre'n' ""rod'
RELIEVED THIS WAY Ada end at his home here. urigmai' ; _Town or stance: and o"II'i> ,;u imi; t..qu.. .
of Plant and three
Dyal, City, I I Mrs. J. G. Godwin and Mrs. B. In NKM\ of SW14 ________29 6 22 Bank of Starke ________ 71.80 Of KLKCTION: Ifled electors of the Stall nf Flo
You do not have to suffer from brothers Foster Wilkinson of Jack C Prince of the State Farm were Com 80 ft 8 of NE Cor of Ida for ratification 01 rejection ,
Rlk IT & run W 60 ft S To the Sheriff of Bradford County the next ensuing general elect'
sonville W :
muscular J Wilkinson
Bennett
lumbago and
soreness or ;
visiting here Tuesday. 25 ft E 60 ft N 25 ft to of the State of FloridaBe I to be held In Novemhet. 1918 ThiIs

Imilar pains. When you have a of Lawtey.Arrangements Miss ,Dlnklns spent the beg Original. Town of It Known. That I. R A. Gray, to say that Section. : .if MIl<
Dolly
kink In your back that almost were under the Starke In NEVi\ of 8W14--28\ 8 22 H. A. Bishop ________ 21.SO Secretary of the State of Florida do IX of the Constitution ,.1 f. Florida I
week-end in Tampa with friends. Com 20 ft S of NE] Cor of hereby rive notice that a and the same Is hereto' inr-nde

drives you crazy, go right away I dirctlon of Key-McCabe Funeral Mrs. O. J. Anders was visiting Lot 5 of Bite 18 ft run I GENERAL, ELKCTIOV as to read na follows

to your Rexall Drug Store and get Home of Jacksonville.I'ower W 60 ft 8 35 ft E! 50 ft will be held. In Bradford County, "Section 2. The Legislate!, i.h,
relatives in Jacksonville Sunday. N 15 ft to beg. Original State of Florida. on Tuesday next provide for raising retanue to i d..
a bottle of Rexall Sallcylate Com Miss Doris Strickland of Starke Town of Starke In NKV\ succeeding-/ first Monday In November fray the expenses of the stall, I'

pound. Take it as directed and Company Entertain here of SWV4\ ________________28E'4 6 22 It. A. Bishop .._______ 41.90 A' D 1938, the said Tuesday eluding state appropriation' .* for It
was visiting Sunday.R. being theRlfiHTII benefit of the uniform *yfltem.
of Lots 2, 4 of Blk 19.
you 11 ease off that ache or pain The Florida Power & Light Coin- C. Campbell was a business Original Town of Starke I>4Y OF NOVRMIIKR public free schools, provided In'i ioordance

in your muscles In no time at all. puny were host to their rural customers visitor to Leesburg Friday. In JJKii of SWJ4\ _______28 8 22:1.. W. Morgan _________ GS.90 For United States Senator from with Article XII >''I''I Istltutlons J
the State of Florida for Constitution and of th>' Statt
Lota 1 3 A of Lot 2 six years ,
RUj ,
.
Rexall Is at the Hellbronn schoolhouse
.
Compound '
Sallcylate I
.
1..all'ln.
I Mrs. J. L. Hlghtower Is visit- 4 of ink 25 Original from Jan. 8, 1919. of Highel

wild only at your Rexall DrugStore Thursday night when they relatives In Theressa this week.HAMPTON Town of Starke In NKV\ For Representative of the 2nd each fiscal year and QR! .i '>.utlrl..nt "'

-Carpenter's Drug Store in put on an electrical demonstration Ing of SWVi ._________28 6 22 Mr*. Vlda V. Morgan.. 27.20 CongresHlonal District of the State Interest sum to pay the prln ndcbtf IpU
of
of the existing
In
Lots 5, 7 of Bite 25 Original Florida the Seventy-sixth
Starke Look for the Rexall Store 'which was very Interesting and I Town of Starke In Congress of the United States. ness of the State."

Sign where o you always get the beneficial to all concerned, the latest NK'4' of 8WV __________28 6 22 C. E. Johns _________ 13.90 For Attorney Ueneral of the A JOINT nriSOU'TIOW;- Piopellan '
Lots 7. 8. (9 of Blk 32. J. M.Johnw State of Florida
in electric ;Miss Ada Nlmmo. Correspondent Amendment, tn Artlile. XIV oltl
best values In town cooking and refrlg- Adclttlnn to Starke For Three Justices of the Supreme Itelntlni

In SE'/i;: of SWt4 _______28 8 22 J. W. Morgan _.______ 1090R. Court of the State of Florida. the Constitution Slate Mllltla of Florida bv Adding! Tnm
Lot 1, 3 of Blk 34. J. M For Two Railroad Commissioners
will lallr a
The Rev. C R. Robinson of the State of Florida an Additional Keitlnn !sp"
Johns Addition to Starke
H"oOI
preach at the Baptist Church next In SKV4\ of 8WW\ ________28 6 23 I* Kemp ___._______ 6.90W. For One Member of the TTouse of ed pllcnlile Troops to the Known Federallt.,> f th. P"1
Sunday night at 8:30: o'clock. He The NVa 12 I H(, ft of Lots 2 ft Representatives of the State of National. Guard
All Lot 1 &: S 25 ft of Lot Florida BK: IT RI3HOLVFD UT Till1TILATtTRC : LE''
held services at High Springs last 4 of Blk 2. Livingston, For Five County Commissioner.*. OP TUP: lTF ,

Sunday. Truby ft: C'O'II Addition to For Thiee Members o: the County FLORIDA: That
STAR Starke In WV(* of NEVi\ __28 S 22 T. Weeka. Jr. ______ 600 Bonrd of Public Instruction. amendment to Art,. 1 I.. V\. t,
A Olen Bedenbaugh left last Fri LoU 1, 2 of Rlk 16 Livingston For Five Members of Bond Trustees. Constitution of 1"1"1"111." i .II'-.

IT TAKES day for Pahokee where he Is engaged Trilby ft Co's AddItion the State Mllltla hj .,d..""I 'ho"
In Testimony. Whereof. I 'I. "no'
to Starke in WH of an additional. Sertlim t

in transporting vegetables NKH __._ ______._28 A 22 Unknown _________ tG.20 have hereunto set my hAnd as "' ''rl Ion fi of nalil \1"" X
THE LEAD I to the northern markets Lots 3, 4. 6, 6. 7. 8. 0. 10, 11, and affixed the rjreat. Seal specially applicable i nly (oder.>
TO PLAY Mattlo Anna Ward has 12 of Blk 20 Livingston.. of the State of Florida at recognised State in Pas oroo
Mrs.
Truby ft: Cos Addition to Tallahassee.. the Capital, the National Onaril ,- nero

returned to her home In Tallahassee Starke In \VVj of NR"4 __28 8 22 F. E. Prince _______ 6.20 thlR the first day of Sep agreed to and shall. In 'ubmln!|'
month's visit here Em of Lot S of lllk 11. Livingston tember, A n. 1938R to the electors of the Smu ">f FrHa
after few
PictureCooking a Truby ft: Co's A RAT. for ratification 01 tl.J.oll'' ?
in the Motion with her daughter, Mrs. Lettle Sub-Division to Starke of Secretary of State the next General Election to lie "

Jones. NEVi of NE' School.Tha Lots 1, 2 or KMi of Blk 32. Bradford County. "Section 6. FFORIDA. NATIOV,h.
Miss Ophelia Bryan had as recent LIvlngRton, Truby(: Co's 9-9-91-11-4. GUARD.-(a) "Vvhenevel' there f'1:<
Mr. and Mrs. George Sub-Division to Starke of be In the State cif Florida, ?'.
guests. Oaui
I NE14 of NK\% .__ ________28 > 22 Lilli. Saunders ..__ ___ 8.20 NOTICR OF KLFICTIOV' ly recognised National "* _
H. Perry of Jennings and Mr. and Lot 4 of Blk 3. Davis ATruby's CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENTS same shall be stil gunerlu ol, },
WHEREAS the legislature of 1937 Ject to the lawful oidert
of Addition t oStarke
Mrs. H Hill Tampa eommlnd
under the Constitution of 1885. of Uovernor. who .shall l b"
In NK Cor of SB(4of
(
I At a conference of the Baptist NWVi W of Ry ______28 8 22 H. A. Law..on ________ 11.20 Joint the State of Florida did pass four In Chief (h) The National and Alaln''OUt*".
Resolutions
Church held here recently the Rev.C. EH of Lot 2 of Block 1. proposing amendments shall be supported P""""" (
to the Constitution of the by tha State of Florida ,
I- R. Roberts of DeLeon Springs Temples Addition to State of Florida l and the same were provisions of Inw. preicrlbln* ,>
of "Star in Xit hen" -wouldn't ring true Starke In NK:% of NWViA \ agreed, to by a vote of Three fifth .arming govern nseraiiyVecognised
ttory My wan called to be pastor for the ensuing WV4\ of NK% W of Ry-28 8 22 H. A. Lawaon ..______.. 120 of all the member elected to each* dlsclpllng rganlslng.t / ..ald NRtlonal ouar

if flour of uncertain quality were used in the baking year. He and his family Lots 1, 2, 3, 4, 6. 6. 7 of house; that the vote* on said Joint ..rcordanr. wltb the ALl> ,,.nlState. .;
Blk 8. Temples Addition .,( the 1.
cenes.. It takes flour like Pill.bury'. Best to assure the have moved here and he will to Starke In NK'4\ of respective Resolutions Journals were entered I with upon the their yea* gro....and W..r r"lI'lIlallnn"D"pRrtm..nl tt,....,

A preach every first second, and NWVI A: W(4( of NEW\ W and naya thereon, and they. did determine ottl ..ro ""C fh
fine baking results that give point to the story. and of Ry -" ----- j-Ti.38 8 22 Dr. M B, Herlong. ____ 37.25 and direct that the said NAtlonRlo "
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fourth Sunday In the morning Lota li. 3- 14 of ( Joint Resolutions be submitted to Including the en.1

evening and on the third Sunday Temples. Addition to the electors of the State at the General shall be .appointed and .hall'' *? .
And in your own kitchen, it's just as important to u.e holds Starke In NE\Io\ of NWVift \ Election In November 1938. Ject to suspension. dl.rharRO.,
(when the Christian Church W* of NIO" W of Ry-28 8 22 A. B.: Dunham _______ 720 NOW. TH ERE FORE. I. R A. moval or compul.ory rsllr .m ;
fine flour if you want your baking to turn out perfectly services) he will preach at 3.30: ( All Blk 20 Kx Lots 8, 8. Orny, Secretary of State of the State such solely on the bull i "df( m'7,' ;

Temples Addition to of Florida, do hereby give notice proficiency, ('barart..r.n.
_very time.Pillsbury's o'clock in the afternoon. Startle In NGU of NWVi\ that a as determined; according Clr.r

A WH of NK!* W of GBNF.IIAL ELECTION regulations and uaages "' ''

Best gives superior results because the wheats Florida exports increased 44 Ry ___________j..________28 6 22 J. (I. Rltch. ____________ 40.50 will be held In each county In Flor by law. anything In thl nn"'r"
Lot II of Blk 114 Peek Ida on Tuesday next succeeding: the lion to the contrary nol ;,

that into it are tested and blended with scientific I. percent from 1932 to 1934 as com Addition to Starke In first. Monday In November A. D. Ing go preciiio with a 32 percent increase NW&\ of NWVi\ N of 9th tuU. the said Tuesday. being the cers and soldiers of tIM ?

and because its quality never pared St --- --- ---; 2' 6 23E: Mrs. Vlda V. Morgan___ 2.20 EIOHTH DAY OF NOVEMBER Recognised National """J..Jiatlrprescribed :
lor the United States as a whole, F 'IY. "i*; A, B. C, for the ratification or rejection of In military ''I.H t

varies. Indicating a more rapid comeback j D of Blk 3. Wynn'e Addition the said Joint Resolutions propos promulgated In sccordanj< l' 11.
I to Starke In NWVi\ ingamendments to the Constitution general specifications

in such trade for Florida aversFlorlda's ) of SWVi\ ________________28 8 22E Dr. Ida J. Helberger __ <.20 of the State of Florida via-: War Department" *
Why take chances when Pillsbury's Best State Chamber of Com Com on K Side at WalnutSt A JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing: The votes cast In rompllanCdlaid :, ,
A run B 210 ft S 105 the Amendment of Section 7 of Article \ proposed amendments:* r.Iur
Flour eMU so little more per recipe? merce. ft W 210 ft to Walnut St X of the Constitution, Relating" canvass, declarations ,

N on said St 105 ft to beg. to the Exemption of Homestead thereof shall. be lubJeot...trl(,(|I.nl
Ask your grocer for Pillibury'* :Bestl NOTICH OK APPLICATION Wynn'a Addition to from Taxation same regulations and r for 'on.

ron TAX UK.ii Starke In NWV of SWVi-28\ < 22 Mr*. Vlda V. Morgan.-.80 Bl'J IT RESOLVED BY THE LEO- are provided by law. > | ,
I (Senate BUI : 1 3NOTICB > One Lot Com at SW Cor of TlI.ATURE OP THE] STATE) OF. elect f.H1oEREI

IS HEKEDY GIVEN, TliatD : Call Bay Sts A run W FLORIDA: That the followingamendment IN TESTIMON h..reunlo. J.or''
13 Forsythe. holder of Tax Certificate on Call St 330 ft to of Section 7 of Article I have afflUd
X of
No. 1S07, Issued the 7th day Broadway St thence S on the Constitution of the State band and IIlalt' rl
of Florida of lb. (
S.al
vt August A. O 1933. h":s filed same said at 105 ft thence K relating- the exemption (SEAL) .
of Tatl
homesteads. from at ; t tC..plt.I
Id. .
office I and has made application St thence taxation. be, ,
In my 330 ft to Bay and the tha }
for a tax deed to be laauedthereon. N on laid St IDS to beg....28Lota 8 53 Unknown: ___u________ 2210 and shall same be Is hereby, agreed to, thl.p In!
Said certificate embraces 7, 8 of Blk 13 Oaaklna J of the eubmltted State to the eleatpra of .JulYit. OR w.

the following described property In Addition .._ __-__29 23 Mrs Llssle Holtlngsworth 4.50 Hlectlon of Reptesentatlves at the General In Secretary >'
1938
the County of Bradford State of CARL JOHNS Tax: Collector. for approval or rejection; that I Ie 1.12-13t-11-4.











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-- STAFF SEPTEMBER I Snoop 'N' Peep What They Do TORNADOES LOSE I Fortune Teller Interesting Picture 4: ;

TAMES I EditorinChiefA SEWELL HONOR ROLL In Spare TimeHere's T 0 GAINESVILLEThe Proves PopularAt Brought To 7th Grade'I Ii l i I

People are wondering why Ever- Friday DanceThe ,

ZI DKINS. JR.rthitant Twelfth ette McKinney seems so lonesome what the 10D students do Gainesville B Team scored Fay Yarbrough brought a large ,
\ Edltor-rn-Cblef these past two weeks.' picture when she brought It. The ,
Doshia Smith, Louise Warren, in their spare (or is it spare?) on the Tornadoes early In the first Little Women were hostesses It is being loam I "
Mark a loss for some girl. of A'vlla, Spain.
: up '
Reporter Peggy Stanley, Lorraine Hartman, time quarter In an exciting game here i at the Club House I '
Robinson, Arch Friday night seventh home room
the
Frank grade
Julian Griffis has back to ed to
.0" 011"1.Jr. Emmet Ferryman, Bertha Taylor Gladys Garrett, gone Mary Townsend Asks Ques Thursday of last week. The Tornadoes when they entertained with a party Mrs. Wainwright. ::1.C
T homas", Sinith; Mary Edward. Pauline Sadie Prince. kicked off to Gainesvilleto sponsored by
tions. and dance. The auditoriumwas "!1.1!
V'' a short talk about the
.!dlth 1low\ Alma Murrhee. Jordan.Eleventh We find some of our last receivedthe Fay gave a "
year's Polishes her start the They l'
Phillips game.
and Clara FlumeULTIMATUM Betty cleverly decorated with orange picture when she grought It. The ;k,!'; :
Leland Sponholtz. romances are still going strong. ball and on end runs :made Jack-o- )
and black crepe paper. walls built t Pr ,
and the were
Edith and Leslie, Doshla and Art- ring.Ralph Nettles' Plays football their first touchdown. After this gateway !
flowers were
Tenth lanterns and yellow about 1800 f
the Romans
of rock
by 4
ford, Enza and N. T. and until
do not like Bradford Hi, Grace Barfield! Madge Gay, Buddy Edith Fitzpatrick Talks. they were unable to score placed about to give the Hallow- years ago. The gateway Is made* 'Iii;
L f you the speed at which it goes, Jeanette Parker, Lucille Jordan, ion Christine and Gene., Julian aud Sadie, Mar Iris Crews Practices how to late in the second quarter when e'en Spirit Everyone was given a up of two round towers connectted '

It do not like our subjects, Mary Townsend. :I walk. they recovered a Tornado fumble hat and a horn of some type to by an arch at the top which lp i '

L! you,,,u little cheering shows, Ninth We /ask you: Does Billy Dowling Carolyn Keen Reads. on the Tornado goal line. They help' make noise. Is as high as a tall oak tree stand-
r like unable make either of the
\\1 cannot stand our teachers, Othma Haynes, Joe Allen Lander Mary Edwards! or Helen Dorothy Alvarez Chews gum. were to The main attraction of the eve ing near. The picture was brought ,
you Tornado
The "
Steele-has Junior Adkins fallen extra points. only
lr tM cafeteria plates, Carrie Belle Bennett, Bertice Marie Dyal Smoothes her In the ning was the noted fortune teller back from Spain by Miss Isabel .
for Juanita Barefoot )la touchdown came early
Ralph
ire leaving for other schools Silcox. dress. Mrs. Adams, from Hampton Beach. Fernandez several years ago ,.\, i
uses Rhodes fickle-why does John fourth quarter A completed pass I
It snappy rates.f Eighth Effle Crawford Smiles. The right room leading up to the On October 10 two new officer "' :
t pretty: Chulker send so many notes to netted the extra point. : .
f annot boast for Bradford HI Alvertine Johnson, Billey Pa- Enza Weaver Guyle Sewell Worries about stage was adorned with hanging were elected to serve for the second -
you -why Coach Whit-
Gainesville tried eight paSRl'Sagainst '
'bieb has just begun to grow, I tray, Mildred Anderson, Nina temore rides around so much after homewoi Starke's eleven. Gainesville mom and small Juck-o-lanterna month: ,' '

!yOU sneer at all our teachers, Bishop, Gloria Buford, Ida Lulu 9 o'clock at night-why there were Betty Green Sings. two while Starke served as lights. It was to this Librarian--Bish Myrick; Secre : '
completed
pupils dally Davis, Clarice Thomas Kathleen Winks. room that Mrs. Adams :Carried taryMary Jo Caldwell. ,
her ur go. so few girls at the dance Friday Perry Gainey five. Four of Gainesville's :
completed each Individual who wished to tY 1'1'I
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to and have 1
grab Wilder
come Jeanette Poses.
if DIy ; Parker I
I you night who will be Bradford'sfootball and
knocking traits I down In passes were Incomplete hear" his fortune told. Chosen {t l\\
W. C. Officers
Tiose pushing' Eleventh captain next game ? Crosby Slips two were Intercepted. Three of the I
5 can buy your ticket, strangers, : his seat. At eleven o'clock a grand march
on Marjorie Davis, Bishop Myrick, Have you noticed: John Crews Tornadoes passes were Incompleteand For 10-B fJt
fit t pretty snappy rates.BIOGRAPHY Phyllis Martin, Dorothy Faxon. and Nettle Dowling In their home Ruth Simpson V- :Makes eyes three were Intercepted. was formed by the ones dressed in I '
selected the
The
when she talks. costumes. judges
Sixth room? Pauline Jordon and Earnest Gainesville was penalized twen- At the beginning of the second I'.i'
OF W. H. Norman, Stays quiet. three best costumes and let the
VKKNON SILCOX Bobby Biggs, Bryan Harrell. Philips? Vernon Silcox in third Murrell Hall Pusses ty-seven yards while Starke was audience applaud for the best month, we decided to elect officers I',I ii.fl',' "

| on December the twenty-ninth Fifth period study hall? Grace Green's Mable Johnson Cleans her penalized fifteen yards. one. The prize, a box of candy, They are as follows: I ;//f \

t the year 1920( Mr. and Mrs Gloria Cooper, Esther Griffis, hair" is Its natural color again? glasses. The two captains were Harperand was presented to Miss Doshia President-Ferol Jones. i "P'

'ave Silcox were rejoicing because Jimmy Bradley. We know that: Jimmy Sewell Virginia Padgett Combs her Harlan. Smith. Vice-President-Billy Griffis. .t ," I

t rthe birth of their son, Vernon. Fourth had a date Sunday night. Perry Edwards and Winston made the --. Secretary and TreasurerKen1&:I ;

i Vernon began school in Miss David Gunter, Louise Edwards. Gainey is making eyes at Katyrner hair.Florence Mersereau Raises touchdowns for Gainesville while neth Turner. i 1.

hive Ray's room and has always Third Wilder. Edith and Eoza are terribly -' her right eyebrow. Bob Long made one for Starke. A We Wonder Why News Reporter> -Melba Moody. rh I

ttended Bradford High School. Claude Johns, Billy Smith, Shirley interested in Georgia Univer- Odell Hinson Plays basket- pass from Harper to Priest netted The 10-B class is glad to wel- V

kll through school he has made Arnett, Elizabeth Cox, Lena sities. Doshla wishes it would hur- i ball. the extra point. Ella Mae Sapp always Jutes come a new pupil, Larry D. Cam- ((

|ood grades.In Kersey, Louise Manning Marjorie ry and turn cold.GRADE. I Lucile Jordan Talks to the The starting line-ups: blonde boys I did from New Jersey. 1(", I

size he isn't extremely large Manning, Jeannette Priest, Ona boys. Starke Positions Gainesville Elaine gets to school on time Ferol Jones was visiting in i J.; '

jut It he Is around you can alwaysear Demorest, June Bell, Myrtle Bon- NEWS Lorena Polk Thinks. McKinney QB Davis this year? Gainesville Wednesday night. .!.

him When there's something nette, Ruth Johnson, Margaret Randel Boyd Talking to the Harper LB Harlan Miss Stump is always smiling? --- J'

uppenlng Vernon's there. If he McKinney, Marie McKlnney, Fran- Elght-A girls. Green FB Edwards Juanita McKenzie has been absent Assembly Program ;1';:

|cnt I am sure that it is not his ces Thomas. We have been studying the Revolutionary Eugene' Chasen-Picks on Ralph. Long RB Emerson so much? I II.I It\
RE Usry Wilier Mae Thornton Is alwAYs
Torode( last
hult Second War and all of Its fa- Murrell Lee Sapp-Day dreams. The assembly program!
Vernon has lots of friends and Mrytlce Warren, Beatrice Bennett mous battles. We had seven pu- Lines Starling Cracks jokes: Adkins RT ShirlyGiiiney smiling lately? Tuesday was given by the two sec-
las been of the E. L. Griffls Chews RO Brown Andrew Redding turns red in- lions of the eighth grade as follows
always on most Isabelle Parker, Pitner Van- pils on the honor roll. They are gum. v ,
Morrow stead of ?
students at school The Katrina Wilder -Amuses Chastaln C blushing :
diviere
jipuini Madge Brownlee, Geraldine the following: everybody
I'nn of ((937-1938 he was one oflie Cox June Caldwell, Betty Sewell LG Smith Alma Murrphree wan waiting on One verse of America; Flag Salute k t
Ida Lulu Davis, Nina Bishop, i !ilcox LT Wilson the coiner Saturday night? .\
utstanding cheer leaders.Tin Flynn, Doris Moncrief, Viva Mc- The tenth grades have chownKatrlna ; Scripture reading by the Rev.
Billy Patray, Kathleen Welder
Priest LE Lidwell Robert Rosier loves to go toHlwthol'ne of the
Frank Robinson
Glee Club, which Vernonas Rae. pastor
: Wilder for their candidatefor
Mildred Anderson
Gloria Buford
,
much?
--- / so Solo
[ taken an active part in, gave the P.-T. A. Carnival Queen Methodist Church; Violin ,
First
Clarice
Thomas.
|Ira no honor of being the presl- Jo Ann Dinkins, Doshia Shaw, We had two perfect days this Last year she went to school in School Boy Patrol Gene team Long Is playing on the football Miss Anita Courtmanche; song by

['ent during 193839. Harry Green, Marion McRae, Clar- week.--Sara Barefoot, Reporter Fernandina. We are very glad to Doing Fine Work Harold Griffis is taking Geometry the Junior Glee Club; an Doris Appreci Mae ;
of Lanier
Vernon enjoys dancing and other ence Johns, Marrell Luke, Dan Tyler have her with us this year, since ? ation Sidney
|'--creations He likes brunettes as Mildred Griffis Edna she Is In the tenth grade. She is : Gaffney; song of the Chattahoochee -
Shaw, SeventhAWe
well I If not Eddy and Loyree are coming
The as
patrol going Davis Four Little
Veil Ida Lulu ;
,
as all other types of girls.He five feet one and one-half inches
Lucile Sweat, Myrtle Warren. are getting a named ''
back
paper better' than ever. The> time when to school ? Parker. 1
has always had a way of tall, weighs one hundred and five Foxes, Billy
(Notice student In the "Current Events" published just has .
: Only one the patrol boys go on duty --
letting what he wants and his
Junior-Senior High School made for young people. It is very interesting pounds, has brown eyes, dark been changed. They go on In this ANSWER: Inman Green. The United Kingdom Is Florida'sbest
liain dislike is for some one to try brown hair" and fair t
a complexion.
and aids us in trade Japan ;
"A" on every subject. She was our Georgra- order( : customer In export ;
) get the best of him. Ida Lulu Davis. phy and helps us to keep up in She is a very likable person and Morning-,Buddy Davis, Comer Florida's exports in 1870 were Is second; Cuba third and {

\VV wish you much success in world affairs. We discuss the we all hope she wins the contest. Perryman, Frank Robinson, Leon- valued at more than $1,300,000; Germany, fourth, professes the F '
(our future life in whatever posl- We wonder whom she will choose
paper by having different pupils ( ard Smith. her" Imports the same year, at Florida. State Chamber of Com ;
,on you may undertake. Mammy Sez: for her king if she wins?) t
give talks on news taken from the
Noon-Mike Dew, Charles Jones, slightly more than $290,000. merce. ( '
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paper. Buck Arcn Thomas.
It's A FactJulia I is awfully proud ob de foot- We are now making "Geogra- What Would Happen Afternoon MacMillan-J. E. Denmark, Son- ; :
ball team. I thought dat dey played (
XWON'T ;
phy book" about the
scrap countries ny Haynes, Enos Hayes, Freeman JIM SIMPLY
Winkler thinks more of a good game Thursday after- that we have studied. We I If --- Register. ;

er face and hair than we do. noon, even if dey did get beat' five. hope that we have many good Each day the boy who was on (

Leonard needs a pass Iter to keep points. scrap books, and we think that we Mae Prevatt should suddenly appear Post 1 in the morning will be on EAT MYSALADS. Ml f

jfrom sucking his thumb in class. And dose Little Women. Dey will.-Leonard Peek, Reporter. in school? Post 2 next morning. In other ,,

That Emmaline was seen at the sho did put on de dog Friday night. Grace Barfield's freckles came words each patrolman rotates ; 'i.

||tall game Thursday with a hand.some Dey had a most successful Hallow Ninth back? from first to fourth post and backto ... <.1 1J 1r

i school boy.The e'en Dance !In case all ob ya hasn't The ninth grade was very sorryto Martha Mathews should make first, etc. ".

roll is always called before heard. lose one of its very active mem- 90( percent on Biology test? This system Is hoped to give ,:,

(Frank arrives.Mr. Mammy never has seen dese bers, Miss Nell Bogel through mar- Key should forget his specks? each boy the same opportunity to sr1' "

Beck parts his hair in the chil-un dressed as tacky as dey riage to a boy from TltusvIIle./ We Gayle were a hurricane ? serve on all the posts. :

I middle were Friday night at both ob de extend best of wishes. Edith were a fish instead of a 1

That Florence is letting her hair League tacky parties. Cooter won The latest thing done in the 9-A Rowe? ANSWER: Ella Mae Sapp. { ,i J'

grow because a certain boy likes de prize at de one in Lawtey. He class was to elect cheer leaders. John were a crab instead of a b;'
it long. sho did make a cute little girl. We feel that Freeman Registerand "Tode" ? Q4 P

Dese pore girls dat go horse- Dorothy Green are eligible to Juanita were a shoe instead of .; M BETTER t 'j '

We Wonder Why- back riding and get lost. Doshia hold this place.Hallowe'en a Barefoot? L ,

and Edith got lost Saturday and will soon be here. John were a pencil instead of a CHANGE 'II

Two boys sat on the stage In it was after dark when de got The girl chosen from the ninth Chalker? ; ,

Assembly last Tuesday? home. And were they hungry.I grade for carnival queen was Geraldine Buddy were a priest Instead of a iT ,\

There were so few on the Honor wants to gib my sympathy ta Silcox. The ninth grade is Bishop? YOUR SALAD

Roll this month? Marian 'cause she had ta write a very glad that she was the lucky Enza. were a Spinner instead ofa ... ;), I

Why we did not have a football l thousand words about cattle. I one. Weaver? Q0 c ?
game scheduled for Friday.The hope her hand didn't get very We are very happy indeed that Pauline were a Mississippi Instead : i DRESSING t ,I''

teachers dont have a meet- tired.I the football prices have been, re- of a Jordan? {
US In Gainesville dUGed. We feel sure that more of Mary were a casket instead of a I.'I I.
every Friday. wonders If Johnny is still tak- I KNOW
Mr. the students will attend Grave? '
9
Whittemore doesn't the i
play ing care ob tie cross roads out ob '
So far as we know Marie were a telephone instead
piano more often In Dorothy
Chapel. Gainesville. :
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Lawsey chile, I is sho glad ta Green flue not missed chewing guma or aElizabeth MIRACLE ::1; ;
day this year. Lucky girl!- were a mechanic instead ,t
see rat Gene Long feeling better ,
Buddy Davis, Reporter. of a Plummer? J/
BUSINESSDIRECTORY than he did last week. I hope he 4usy /
stays dat way until after de game WHIP HAS A ;
Carnival Guess Who? ,6'w$
wid Jasper so dat he can cheer TonightCome

lots. FLAVO
Digestible .
I sho does like dat new Chevrolet one, come all! There is a boy in the Senior as ,:

car ob Vernon's. I think dat Don't miss the Hallowe'en Car- Class who is about 5 feet 8 Inches Q

it's so pretty. nival tonight. Bring your money tall; and weighs 145 pounds. His( milk itself % Ao MEN LIKE I It ,t ,
The drink Mammy sho did like de costumes and have supper on the school last name is the same as a color

dat de chllun had on at de grounds. We will have hot dogs, and he lives on a farm near Starke. i iji"

that dance Friday night. Enza, Doshia, hamburgers, cold drinks, ice cream He likes all sports and is our foot- -this cheese food %90G'

/ $ Marian, Helen, Betty, and all ob and candy and all things nice to ball star. ,I
everybodyknows '
dem had on cute ones I think. I eat. There will be lots of amuse- He is dark complectloned and 1 t
that children love .
guess dat all ob ya has beard by ment and fun for all. has black hair. lie has a pleasing \

now dat Doshia got de prize for Don't forget the street dance following !- personality and is liked by everyone .
o How to make husband eat salads? The
your exciting
de best costume. It was so new, I O !lidden in Velvecta's de--
., ic0CA.COLA, 5ftI dat it was shinln'. I -- --- --- -- flavor of Miracle Whip solves this problem! ,I
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I It's a wonder ta me dat every- I -'- liciously mild American Miracle Whip is an entirely new kind of salad dressinga ",. ,

body didn't come to school In a cheese flavor are wonderfulfood skillful combination of finest mayonnaise and old-fash i I.."

DOT. CO. boat, Monday morning. Dat seem- values, richly concentrated Toned boiled dressing. Its unique goodness has made it the I '

- ed ta be de only sensible way to MACARONI-AND-CHEESE I Protein to build world's largest-selling salad dressing. i.

WE ARE come.Now chiluns, don't forget aboutde RICHER sound muscles The precious The special Miracle Whip recipe calls for more-far more I 't-- ,

PRESCRIPTIONEXPERTS Hallowe'en carnival and street ; milk minerals calcium and -or the costly ingredients I I'

dance Friday at de school house. / phosphorus, needed for that make the difference 1

CARPENTER'S I will be looking for all ob ya. Oh, ,H9m r sound teeth and bones. between fine and ordinary :: ;

and don't forget about de foot- ,; .. salad dressings. And Kraft f't,1'1';
The Recall tY Essential Vitamin A. And
Store
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ball game in Jasper Thursday. I "" "": whips these ingredients to r :

SEE MB BEFORE YOU WIRE ho hopes dat our boys play good 0 Aquu.t-cookinzmacaroni. ... ate. Velvecta isdigestible as milk ", a delicious new creaminess a,.,J
football. paled cheese-In each Kraft ;#. itself. Serve it regularly in
Estimates CheerfullYGiven better in the exclusive Miracle ""i
Lawsey chllun, ya sho Dinner Easy '
package. d.irec"r'" sandwiches spread oncracker beater. Get
stop so much ob dls skipping lions package tell how r -- I Whip ac 'II)
on you ?
E. A. WINKliER school, because It Is sho gonna to make fluffy-tender macaroni .l .- in cooked dishes. r /lI/ ,' } quainted today with the .'j" I

count against ya. drenched with rich cheese goodness exciting new flavor of Mir. \

Radio and Electric Service ta see a bigger honor .
Hoping in 9 minutes acle Whip Salad Dressing! :
roll next month, 1 I ;
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Interesting Review Of Large Number Mrs. Beal of Miami Mrs Chapman Honored GuestAt was introduced, in \i ',. I
llama reading "KM, Wit.
"Promises That Men Live By" Attends Convention Honored At Shower Woman's Club LuncheonMrs poem "Home'After "

AGig 8 h'' } Given By Book Club Woodman Circle members who Mr. Tom C. Chaataln, Mrs N. L F Chapman of the State lunch Mi

'SocietJ(1J Wynn and Mrs. J. O. Adkins were Farm, vice president of Section an interesting ,
left yesterday to attend the con- I I tuiu ,
The Book Club, of which Miss at a miscellaneous ,
Gertrude Hccrlng of Green Cove vention in Ocala are as follows: Joint-hostesses shower lust Friday afternoon at Four, was the honored guest Phases of Clul) v ui, K t I

;i Springs lot chairman, met Tuesday Mrs Vonda Inman, Mrs. Vergle the Christian Church of Hampton, Thursday at a delightful luncheon, the program: W'II', ,w?' uK

:_. night at 7:30: at the homo of Mr. Flynn, Mrs. W. L. Andrews Mrs. in honor of Mrs. J. C. Beal of MI- given In the Woman's Club audito- numbers, "Thi- nK,,! H"\, I,"MlHl H"".

RuT ARY CLUB'S INTER-CITY MEETING and Mrs L D. Vining. The home A. J. GrifflB, Mrs L. D. Green, ami, who prior to her marriage rium, when the organization officially (Mona-Zuccn) and i "I'In,,, \1tTat I".n r"nboti
was tastefully decorated with Fall Mrs. L. S. Hutto, Mrs. T. J. McIntyre Miss Grace Adkins. LullabyCla( I was the 1938-39 season. tin
WAS BRILLIANT EVENT OF LAST WEEKAn flowers and zinnias opened A. Z. Adklns, Mrs ? ,
I roses pre- Mrs iu J. Goodman, Mrs. :n?" I II

; \ + the memory of Starke Rotations introduced Congressman Lex ing of the winter's season. Miss Amy Moore/' Mrs. J. J. and potted plants. On entering: the president, was in charge of ar- E. M. Davis u..qmp,, ,II', "?,\ II 10 .
at the
+} and Rotary-Anna, as well as in Green who gave the welcoming address The Rev. L. A. Shepherd, pas Moore, Mrs. Bd'Prevatt' Mrs. R. guests were met by Mrs. J. O. rangements.White piano

COllyr the memory of guests from five C. H. Nasworthy, president tor of the Baptist Church, ably reviewed R. Prevatt, Mrs, CJ.'Powell, Mrs. Adkins with a guest and corresponding floor baskets, holding artistic About Uiirty-fiv,, i i'd,,, 'n'

r visiting; clubs, was the Inter-City of the Starke club spoke on "Ap- Harry Scherman'a book Paul Raymond,,Mrs. Ira Wilson, book upon which each arrangements of October were present to ("IIJ'' ,, ''I""H '

Bye- meeting at the Woman's Club on preciation of Rotary" and representatives "The Promises That Men Live By" Mrs. Bertie McKimiey" Mrs. Ethel name and address was written, and daisies and zinnias formed a per- meeting. list

\ Thursday night of lost week. of the visiting clubs Mr Shepherd explained that the Chambers, Mrs.' ,P. S. Denmark, wall later presented to Mrs. Bealas i fect setting for the beautifully dec

HOMENEED A' Around 150: guests, probably the were each alloted a brief Intervalon purpose of the book which Is a Mrs. A Williams, Mrs. Lacy Con- a memento of this occasion. I orated luncheon table. Low arrangements -
(!<'' largest number ever to assemblefor the program Nat Sternberg treatise on economics, is summedup way, Mrs. E. J. Dowling, Miss OU of tlthonlaa, carryingout
FOB I? dinner in the large auditorium closed the entertainment with one In the dedicatory statement of lie Marr, Miss Dorothy Alvarez, Specially decorated seats were the Hallowe'en motif, and

gathered at eight o'clock along the of his Inimitable negro impersonations the author: "To all young people Miss Doris Crews, Miss Hazel given Mra. Beal, and mother, Mrs. trailing fern were the floral decor-

Agree:, banquet tables which stretched, In blackface.The who are eager to learn the truth Thomas, Miss: Oveda Thomas J'I j, James E. Adkins basket by which a beautifully held the ations on the table. Hallowe'en
decorated
tie bon row after row, the full length of four-course turkey dinner. about the world they must E. Brown drove the bus. place cards, favors, and napkins

. ..Casting'tfone __._. rnom... Giant chrysanthemums.. n..nn was .nrAnurA.1.n.t'". and served by NYA I llvA _In.__. _HO'. that____. they may___ _nnt_.. _makeIt _.n I had many lovely gifts, Mrs After J G.the Adkins guests auueu a note 01_.; gaiety .uu_ the wcaalon .-
!
wl y and goldenrod were used In bas school cafeteria workers under worse than It is in trying to gathered .
several musical numbers,
' ,ly borne kets and the tables were overlaid I the direction of Mrs. Lucile Johns, make It better. Woman's Chorus To Meet gave I of
which were followed by a scram- Mrs. L. A. Conova, president
I charactE i f with white cloths and were decorated area supervisor. Many compli- The author's thesis Is that all '
tar toosidered i with roses, miniature chrysanthemums ments were heard 'en the food as economic activity can be explainedby The Woman's Chorus, a depart-I' bled word contest. Mis. M. W. the club, acted as master of ceremonies SALE
October daisies, and in which ment of the Woman's Morrow of Hampton was awarded and Introduced Mrs Chap-
well as the efficient way the simple process that goes I LISTEN TO RADIO
of lmpo fern. Burning white tapers In silver it was served. on when an average citizen makesa Starke, will meet each Tuesday!: high score and !ors. p. S. Denmark man, Mrs. W. B Young of Orange
candelabra and tiny Rotaryand afternoon at 3:30: o'clock in the received low. Park, vice president of Section
of the past
cy toput Credit for the success purchase and promises to pay for CARPENTER'S
,' Qig.tiG 4 American flags placed at Intervals meeting goes to the committeeIn it later. This phenomenon of "de- I club building under the directionof I A beautiful Vocal number, Four, and other visitors from
added to the effectiveness Mrs. W. E. Murphree of the "Whlnpering Hope," was renderedby clubs "The American .
,along ink greatly charge whose members were T. I ferred exchanges" can be tracedto nearby NOV 2-,3--t--%
i ed man of the scene. Frank Land rum, chairman; C. C. explain the inter-locked relationship State Farm Mrs Murphree has Mrs. A. Z Adkins, of Starke. Home," the theme chosen by Mrs.
I announced the first meeting for The hostesses, assisted by Misses Canova for the the in-
] was
HomeFlorida As guests arrived they were Hoppe, arrangements; ff Stern- of labor-and-capital, pro- year t
'; greeted by a welcoming committee berg, program; Leslie A. Shepherd, I Uuction-and-dlstrlbution, as wellas Tuesday, Nov. 1. I Marie Taylor and Dora Mae Wynn spiration for informal table talk

several composed of Mrs. D. P. Carpenter, master of ceremonies. They were the activities of banks, insur- served delicious hot chocolate, throughout the meal. The theme

method! Mrs M F. Brown, Mrs. N. Stern- ably assisted by Jos. E. Wilson, ance companies, and all corporations marshmallows and cookies. ---. --. - .-
of the berg, Mrs. L. D. Vining, Mrs. T. secretary of the club. U. D. C. To Meet Those enjoying this lovely affair "

5 e.tabllal' Frank Landrum, Mrs. T. K. Mc. Large delegations from Gainesville Dr. Scherman's distinctive con- The W. T. Weeks Chapter, U. with the honored guest were:

In the kts Clane, Jr? and Mrs. E. L. Matthews High Springs, Palatka, Green tribution, in the opinion of some D. C., will meet Wednesday after- Mrs. W. L Andrews, Mrs. Merrill r4

H.J*(SClpCB,1 Favors of novelty hats in Cove Springs, and Lake City were reviewers, Mr. Shepherd said, is a noon, November 2, at three-thirty Edwards Mrs. A. Z. Adkins,
eonvenihouseW brilliant cdlors were given out by here to enjoy the hospitality of the clear portrayal of unfulfilled o'clock, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. F. S. Denmark, Miss Amelia IMPORTANTANNOUNCEMENTS

d' t Misses Katie and Virginia Fugateand Starke Club. All agreed that the' promises as the real determining Mrs. L. A. Davis. The presidentwill Ray and Mrs. J. L. Wynn, all of I

corresp/a/ added a gala note. Souvenir evening had been profitable from factors in the business cycle: the call for annual reports and Starke. Mrs. J. T. Guy, Mrs.

cr busirA'!;'' programs in booklet form were the standpoint of Increasing felowshlp Immediate causes of a depression.It the newly elected officers will be James E. Adkins, Mra. M. W. I
A.afe also distributed. I and good will between the: was further pointed out that the Installed. Morrow, Mrs. C. L. May, Mrs. O.

ed oniI I The Rev. Leslie Shepherd was towns represented. practical value of the book lies In W. Rhame, Sr., Mrs. J. H. Saxon, I

Lions $| the fact that the author thinks Mrs G. P. Wadsworth, Jr., Mrs.J. GOLDEN ART HOSE

Parent-Teacher Association Mr. Prlcster will talk on "PatternsFor fulfilled promises are the cause of L. Hall, Mrs. J. A. Gnann, Mrs.
,
did aye|, Mrs Griffis Entertains FOR LADIES ONLY ?:9c
buRinec Learning." whatever success we enjoy in the Wilson May, Mrs. G. P Wads- I

l l. wIt tIl To Meet ThursdayMrs. Another interesting feature on I economic world, and that unfulfilled Officers of Woodmen Circle worth, Sr., Mrs. Bert Hinson, and

and 5 5ing E. K. Perryman, presidentof the program will be the question-I promises ore responsible for the Miss Mary Wiggins of Hampton. SWEATERS ALL KINDS
The home of Mrs. A. J. Grlf
moof the P.-T. A, will preside at the naire which will be by failures that the world endures. _+--| 'I FOR MEN AND WOMEN:\
fls, president of the Woodmen Circle -
their "'j t regular meeting Thursday afternoon Mrs. Sewell. I Climaxing a strong appeal for Individual was the scene of an Informal Air service from Miami to for

reloureect Nov. 3, at 3:00: o'clock In the All members and interested patrons study of elementary eco- party recently when she enter- elgn countries now covers more BROWN HILT SHOES

r:, JftJM school auditorium are urged to attend. nomics, the author concludes that tained her officers. than 40 thousand miles of routes I ,
FOR MEN & WOMENINTERWOVEN
ion wl I In Mrs. W. B Sewell chairman of I "it U not error as such, but prin- : to 36 different countries and colonies -
A color scheme of lavender and
de Florida cipally complacence In error, the State Chamber declares.
program, has announced that Harold has about three timesas
''rheresent ..a' Priester, principal of the Lake many exports as she has Im- :II which has forever bedeviled the gold was used In decorating the HOSE
I rooms where the guests were en-
'"' 7 a Butler High School, will be the ports. Florida did 5.2 percent of i iI common life of men. rrllevmCOLDS I
I tertained. FOR MEN :3 FR. $1JACOB'S J JI
guest speaker for the afternoon. the South's foreign trade In I -

+tag rote i1 193"1 I Baptist W. M. S. Meets After enjoying, several games I '''Iln l ttr.t day
d teat 4.I eats were serv- I
b aned con e .uu gu '.7 V' V ifeadachesand
l 3;totieV I I
1 The business and program meet- refreshments of homemadecake Fever

welch I Iac Ing of the Baptist W. M. S. was and coffee. Mrs. Grlffls was Iqnlil TAi"to oIn..o <'..ldN,
4 ntagobbaq 7 held Monday afternoon, Oct, 17, at assisted In serving by Miss Elizabeth Snlvr, None U"O"N| In 8O minute* I! NEXT DOOR TO 1'OSTOFFICEtosms&amissBKQ&

1 the home of Mrs O. W. Alderman.The Williams and Miss EdnaHutton Liniment

P devotional was led by Mrs. .A. Try "ltubllyTlIUD"A"onderful t .

I P M. Darby! president, who used as n ._ -- -- --- -----.--
a M her subject "Any Root of Bitter

ness." After the regular routine e'- e

business and reports Mrs. Darby t _

*" ac conducted an impressive Installa- DRUGSTORE ., .
il&mail tion ceremony, giving to each officer f
Tb) r* ofr) ', and committee chairman a Carpenter'st 1. ,

nee key on which was written a key
1i % .iir
,and :
,
verse indicating the duties pertaining
NOV. 2 34 5
i ,
to each office I r.l.rl..M ar by aawww.w.u+
..we eugpan.e.eaMotDy91w.
Circle No. One had charge of -'fHJrrA %! R "Hv'nT lsD! "' e f'AEN-BRj E'R'
the program, led by Mrs. L. G.

Powell. The program subject was .. + '
i
S "The Near East." Mrs. Powell pWwt / 1W

was assisted by Mrs. V. H. Carden hY, wm.b.MM.w,_.., Y a..r. 13x1 f
p..4 M rw.w.
'tis I : .,v and Mrs. James Lewis. Mrs. Pow /L,1...Mlew.MN...."..,aaMWM.w, sl PuUllfapw I G7 (j Ii

f fr r .r.NOMI. ell read a beautiful poem entitled .ar..ruUewalh.rMWwwrr, ,.-? T / Di./aowtput.ddar
_
r "
to "Help the Jew. Mrs. A. E. Wall
:F4 'i 4 leto talt gave a talk on "The Germans and "at_ d lOO"'ft.t" Chocolates
,
1 : the Jews" which was followed by ," "la. ANTISEPTIC A49'pd b'.L. 2 fore 1t

round table discussion. ,,. MOUTHWASH 77.15. ww..tm.d
The society voted to have Mrs.R. PuKittt ,
L. Kemp report on the workof / 50 t Sin9 lit 25O 2 .r.50t Ihup10.1,1P

the W. C. T U. at each meet- BUTTERMILK Sot bint Alcohol '
; orglIR.rm' aba.Ma. Rstld from
Ing. 2 II dl.toplt ,
for m.lm, a.Idgba l
eoid.. s..a
r' & Twenty-eight members and two it's bsaeItoi.lI fort 4 'eaWb' u .n'e' IWlb1

__Its.- 0 A.a.rfcJq visitors were present to enjoy this I,'. popd.r I ? jp11

,.... 1IoY5 ac 4...... 0 A.a......... !Poult O..r.- interesting meeting tl"ha 'y au e. SOfM* Gardenia 111Re
D .It.. u l&e IDM 0>1'....,.... 10........ i n wan t d,,.
>lie ** Oe.t t'-' pjm?
0
a-101* toirreS 1 JIlad. m Face Cream 250 tvJlyKlENIO
n ...... 0 & led!f. I State U. D. C. Honors
IV : I f o ...-. puu n.rdl.c'ott.- !TT O Fa Caaa: trr 8'a"---" h TOOTH BRUSHES

5 Dgoaaobold Nag 1 W 000d t 011ra01" -I I F'. Two Starke WomenAt to 12 sire Symbol Inc.ly w J"n..t ,/ for5 Ora tfa
"' .. Ix C
NCau'. MClQcA8 ;:wit: rang 08om. the annual convention of the HOTWATER Talcum $
t E' o .... 1* 'Boae! .... Bot ._. 0 rho8oa ........lbt.Jlreedl_. -II nQTathea4.u BOTTlfI '- uhrytbd1 '
*
O .. g..p ce.pldae lady
u Q \ uaqotln. 1 \ m FIt... -- > United' Daughters of the Confederacy ( pout
tgp .
s 1 n Po** T A ,. If e : l"tl'r I "- slwayeaar ao. Powder Puff Lr popolah4adu.liryanm.
QM .
\V..J ..
a P two members of the W, T. Weeks .. q1
.. I long
+ : \ :-
:
--I
stfi O 7.- JJo.... TrJ,17a
pl. I 0 J I.Ue chosen officers.
Chapter were as
allttbo .
M P.rt
.1.
Oo'd.: atode.---::: I 0 0 J J aaltrr. d.-L""kJr"..... :; -. .. Mrs. L. A. Davis, former educa- Milk pin/ of Magnesia t ter= 5. e BEN 8ERNIE\ d %*>fo\ j 41M
I rov,.; tional chairman elected first
,
alb.;:: oall 0 : F s .. was
iw i
llaullt' :d and Mrs. J. M. h.i.a: '' '
vice-president; dw Jo- 9: a.ehla..n.o:: ; : ik
-
fm'm ate,'-- i P 0 080,1/teaoa rwAtlrt.- I ::: Brownlee was chosen as directorof CretlmofAlmotuTa tor 3 6 e ...........'"'IM'IWh.em t Aom.len. ufi t PJt/rarr/aue
JO.'Pj; P wm.n'. I.n. __ ...... DouoI
I"x Firalaid
o Wemma'c or'et : >Rtr' Brigade Number Two. IYd a.er.l. l rYo.rl.d.ha. .. |BMl. M oMl r Na Dkin
o yP Sne o.d G.o.d. U.. r almiMiwMnl tola, Iary S
part :a l'!!!: t.-"M.:
Mrs. Mary Nowell Moody, of AdhesiveTape 11 e fityour Hur radto tlwwt a''
rfung Paper tr low R...11 Dniultt' lor farZbt
o |j ryt, it r Plant City, was elected Florida DI- t loot *.ul.a... llwvl i
dti vision president at this 43 annual Df YOWMl' IoR.eitr..b.ab.nL Tn
The .Twtwt
plat .1. Rid.
Tlq ,
OFFER 110. i OFFER NO. 3 convention. Mrs. W. A. Haggard, I SSE Mineral Oil r D aupy.eb.dn.Y Ne enn.tatj /
1 1N AU FIV1I \ ALt roxmT1U of Miami, was chosen second vice- ta
t TU N.w.pap.p,1, Tr. POR 1
ONLY Nowipapor 1 Tr. FOR ONLY
president, and in this office she '
; '' MClqcnl... }$2.10 Maqcnl.... J'2-40 will replace that of educational I AY Y d f l9d'packRrnrA r 504Pmtsi efloarih
4 B _.
from Orau; 3 bam 0...... A chairman.At -dljyeN s': Razor 8 lades U/tfWax i
lUft CJQAP r Complexion Soap l.rl.r 260zol
i the November meeting of T 2 .2Os
2forSIs /
OFFER NO. I
1 Thin N. I TN Alt FOUR OTTER NO. 4 the W. T. Weeks Chapter, U. D. 1f.prdihn.w. dt. e
: w r Thla
1 pap Nwpapr.Vf. \ ALL SIX .,.
N I ( 2 4omorow' A | FOA ONLY' 2 Magml.n. A I TOH ONLY' C, Mrs Davis will give a reportof I 6 {Q// a pad, Guarsnlo.d moolb.d. 10 ob......JOG Drls plrbly.d0 hutr.. blgY e Ej.orn Salt .,6 SO!file KfN104l
} 25 Iron Group $ the proceedings at this recent 14 y GiounutOilShaaipoo;
$2
2.55 '
91'r' t tl tt r''i' 1from OIGOP B 3fromGroup B convention. w4 2-Iolslr.Arrkrt FilIII tlcrcurocltrumf 1.26 c

r Dr.Halls 80rated 2orSTAr
,: Iodine ']6 rr.l I tborouihliAdd.
c e
ALL rtVB r TTj BABY TALC ; Cl.im.i .
Hallowe'en
jl NeuwhowldTItopmla.. I ii roa ONLY Party ,i 2'26t Atpilin Icr } .ipuklt M bur ?

It ;' : 1 Good lID". P } Enjoyed By Grove THEOOWrOdMei ; 210,30 s aStat4Onery
I u.OrD.pTablets
--'
country Nome p $2.25THIS 11.. aD oIda .
'ykt 011 Ia c 26
r 11 +a V llEWSPU I >hMoCaa' Members of the Starke Grove rIo..rt 1nI Noa, o w tatbaby. t frlyarle Suppauort .

of the Woodmen Circle held an en- 9

AS flYlf joyable meeting and Hallowe'en ........,
slEW3PAPESa.
1
Maq >< ... 35*size tube
.
I A. ....
f
f Woman'Good BlorlM World TTemt n $ .io party Tuesday night, at the Wood- Qu Oa /: ,l... --.0" lt.M..M.*.Wl Sub 1rM.dttaa'
ro.raal rTRI9 man Hall, when the social committee 61' MafiMtit TVw Pow e.rdp6 i Klenzo '
N.i composed of Mrs. C. J. Powell, v tr 'N I
Mrs. Jerry Moore, and Mrs. Ed Y 14r Ra.R MID 3be O ntt I
SAwan
.i .. Prevail acted as hostesses. p..fwd. srit/L01b, Me,.rbT.uAP..drl.r -

f .- --------...---.. Ilse.i The Hallowe'en motif was car- fold/ ff jii'1EK OIL Skin Lolion Bo A ha i. 76 ; Creme I
Co
: ried out in every detail In decorating I
'rt i
l for this delightful occasion. 1417w0 $ 2 I z-36
d I Q.otbsmeal TKSIicS 21,r !! ,5jo tl 1acrafaraa
t II Real pumpkins, jack o' lanterns, v..w. hair O1 Lr I
I I / I _1_. I as ..... pl.w..I mekS and other Hallowe'en novelties e. := -.ad'.d.. yA.royo_ Iottoa "CUIAtI1 p ll is coipsaf. 1
( i ;y I tk. macula.. I b... ........... to.*..... wttkabiarlptlon .-.-'. added a festive air to the haJJ.I 76 R.Mamdaa eKabp .ad ?lo,, "a Irii h

i ,L a; I I to fear .......... After the routine business lit- CamphorIc Rn.ll wuP sadad k.t
tld.
Cl
tiI 1 I 0 Horn Off.r D ''-* Off** I Rwa Dr+i ea. d
1 tle Mla.!s Ruth and Betty Powell,

V 1 I tam0 ... I and Audrey Prevatt served refreshments Ask For 81. te, ? M.oD iris 9u.Ury aa..t ps......., x- &De _. -1 p R.II I u,,,47lmow.d Ww. t xa Ce 1

1 to all those present. At 4-r.,. c......r )Liver FlashLi::ht Sba.I g IIcove" s11J L ( fa r m 1
this time beautiful lavender and L.
0 'beet w R.F.D a ..... .."...d pills Qatterles Cream; etllls .
pA
w .
.
.I.Ir.rNU'.oltetet
Cold ..
green quilt and a wool blanket to A nip...... :
/ i match were presented to Mra. Lo 2b 2 lor IJ:0 2.u a lor 5 .
.
Town and Stat. M.bl. ..!* r s 10"

1bf$11 ..___' :' ...,...-.... ______ grove.renzo Green as a gift from the L.- -.

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1 OCTOBER :lB, 1088 PAGE FIVE

__ ______ ._ ._____._... _____ ____n_____. __ ___" BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STAKKE. .FLORIDA._ .. ... .-
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PLANE MODELS TO BE GIVEN AWAY! Mr and Mrs G L. Patten will LEGAL NOTICE I
II
\ arrive tomorrow from their wed- I

h.-..... __ ._ ... ,ling trip tn New Orleans La They IV HEl niltDFOIIlt rot'\TY n'%!fK. (Murk. Florida 'tl\
Bits of will spend the week-,end here with Saute IB hereby irlvnii thai I, J M. Lee, Comptrbll.r of the Stale of / :
Mrs. Patten's mother, Mrs E. E Florida, Hotlnst by and pumuiint with the prevision of Chapter No. 16871 I, S
r.inova. and will leave the firstof Act of 1938, do hereby give notice to the following Individual as r<..>n > /1\ '. I
the week for Tallahassee, where nlc creditor of the Bradford County Bank located! at Starke FluiTTa, :i
I Local Nes they will make (heir home. that thirty (30) day. after the data of !publication nf thin notion dividend .
checks or warrant payable) to them will be canoelled and the money. 4 i
I Mrs. P. E. Canova, Mr. and Mrs. reprtmentod thereby shall be put back Into the central account for dl.- :f
OUR PEOPLE BUSINESS AND trlbullon to depositors and creditor who have claimed their dividend, 1'1 ]
CONCERNING Richard Kidd and son, Richard
'
,. tl'
iinle* those persons namrd In this notice .hall present In person or by
PROGRESS OF TilE COUNTY ANn TOWN I 111, spent Sunday in Orlando with mall ttirlr receiver* certificate at the office or the liquidating Agent k .Lat
I Mr. and Mrs. P. E. Canova, Jr. 45 Wet. Central Avenue' Orlando, FlorIda, and receive such dividend ; !
I Mrs Canova remained for a week's cheeks. or warrant. ; .'.
I visit with her son and daughter- I This the 28th day of October, A. D. 1938. "j' .
I in-law. J. M. LEE, STATE ,.fOMPTROLtplSRQ :' '

E S. Matthews and Mrs.L Mr. and Mrs. Randolph Boree N I -----.Tampa's W. Alderman, T. C. Mettle Hill Itolnnd Over.treetO 1,tl 1 {
Mrs. Friday Inicltsonvllle of Jacksonville I imports during Aro'tW C Ij. MilliardW. M. Parrlah 411 ii'1
Matthews spent spent the weekend W BnlidenIjvvenla B Mar M. FatchettU 'I
with Mr. and Mrs. O. H. Bennett. I I 1936 were valued at more than six Marker Ingraham W. Paul { (
million dollars: exports were Oen I'. Harrmril Co.'Vm.. JablonwUkee Mr*. Znrtla f. Polk .St 8"
I O. W nianltenhlpK I.ee Jenkins Porter Safety Seal Co t ; '
L. Beasley and Mrs. Ed- Mrs. Lester Simonton of Jacksonville Fifty authentic gliding models of the Booing Flying Fortress airplane ': worth more than eight and a half L. '*' <1nMr lB' Kelley Minnie Prlnccl I
I Mrs! 0 after. will be /given away to boys and girls who attend a special mati- : million dollars. *.'J': .'i'leO Brown W. If KennedyL. Clyde RhammeMorris fi I
I the last week
Friday was guest
Burns spent .. VT Klckllter, Tr, Paul Rudolf
ard nee at the Ritz Theatre Saturday afternoon at 3 o'clock Winners I Bryan ; o
I, Jacksonville. of her mother, Mrs. C. A. Thorn- of the will be I Elmer T3, Cae J. .T. Dlokermm mp J N Rutledge ;\:'< "
{?? to planes announced from the stage after the show. In I stove ClArk 11 ft Kllpatrlck Rt Augustine YMCA ,
ton. addition to this every boy and gill in attendance will be given a1 Rose Cox" F. I). Lang, Admx." Eat J. C Sappnamon
I W B. Young of Orange beautiful picture of the plane in full flight. I E7CG1Y-r. Dell I\r8. D. Lang M M HnricentMr I,
Mrs I Dickinson, Lawtey Parent Teacher.Oeo A. Bauer '" I
the guest Thursday of Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Alvarez ot Delaney wGdn
Irlt was A ami. W C. Wooten, hire. Alma Shaw ;i.i,,
r8 D P Carpenter. Jacksonville will spend the week- Friends of Mis A. F. Sauls willregret. i I I r M 'Dnwllnll' Tr. W. O Stanley to." 4,
end here with Mrs. HUdabelle I W J I ppprvnn. Admx Hmory I.ewls! Qdn A. Stob '
to learn that she confined
Is
Irene Lewis Mr*. Rrnma Tanner as
D. L. Fin ley Odn
I )lr and Mrs T. E Duncan of Bence. to St. Luk,-'s Hospital in Jack- FAVORITE I i Mrs i Joseph Flnley Emory; Lewis Cldn. ye- atre. ln-rtle Torrlllrolee ;C.
were guests Friday of sonville Thomas I (Jnrnerflevov Lewi: J C. Terrlll
Insvlll"I following a major operation drlffl Marshall & Bruce Co. J. ('. Terrlll, Admr. EeL t"" ,
Q. Duncun. Mrs. T. N. Limbaugh and granddaughter t
Mrs. K .
r nrt Joo rirlffl. UdnXV Koheit Mntthew of Henrietta Brown I
Nell, of Jacksonville are RECIPES"I ,. C. Orson Robert Matthews, Odn R R Thede ,..
I !Mrs Ancll Walnwrlght guests of Mr and Mrs. II. L SALE H r, C ritih.. W. D fur Tflaao Wllllamn. Allen Thoman j lk fill.i.
\tt. ind Mrs J. J. Rigdon and Miss Eva Wooten, Tr. Mrs W H MaxwellKrnent Arthur ThompsonMr \\1 t i in.
inckf-onvllle were guests Sun- Brownlee. \V O. Hails, Odn MoOollleV Mrs. J. Frank Thoman
Mrs. A. O. Andreu. Rigdon spent Friday In Jacksonville ('ltAS lmlty \U\IJ It HannumMm T. trailn (Oeo F. Tlbbltt* .:'I "
I) MI and While there they were the Everybody la talking about tho LISTEN TO RADIOCARPENTER'S A. H Harley, Qdn :J. T Metmivr, cjdn for A. W Walker f"-"
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:Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Wilkinsonand U Harper Jnhn M Danlelon Mr* Juno Wall .
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur that : ;ri\
I and Mrs. C. E. Johns son, Edgar, and Mrs. E. M. delicious cranberry salad was' r C Harris: Gdn Luther MillerO Mr*: Mamie I C, Ward ;
Senator Rlgdon served as one of the courses at the <*. A. Harrison A. Mitchell. Mr. T I1. Ward \: I'
lid as their guests Thursday Sen. Thomas spent Saturday in Jack- dinner here last W B. Hnyne.R Mr.. Anna 1* Moore Kathervn Weet, Tress ',,1.
Btor S D Clark of Monticello, sonvtlle. Inter-City Rotary NOV. Z.-S-.1-5 C Helhnricer. Odn. J. A. Morgan J. r>. Wiggins .
Mrs. K. G Duncan and daughter week Of course, everything was for E. C. Br8WH'er Mm Cora L. Norcroaa H B. Wltrirln ..i? : '.
Inatoi Dan Kelly of Fernandina, --- Margaret Rose, and Mrs. M. F. delicious but the cranberry salad R. C llelberirer, Trea Mr... Hugo Nordbera Mr*. Laura Wilson 'f.' '
Inaioi, I Turner Butler of Jack- Miss Gertrude Heerlng of Green Mercel Mickey F. t.. Oo-leiby. W D. Wiseman. ';
Brown and Florence and v' f
daughter canned more comment than any .' -
nvllle R A. Scott of Lake City, Cove Springs was the guest Man I DRUG STORE > rJ.L
R. F. Theis spent Wednesday in other single item. It was a perfect
d i B F Mlsell of Gainesville day and Tuesday of Mr and Mrs. Jacksonville. ,
for the roast turkey
complement
L. D. Vining. and we unhesitatingly recommendthat i:' ;: :' .:''

I Mrs. James Godbold and son, Green Newsom has returned you place it on your Thanks- COLD WEATHER ,
t from Johns Hopkins hospital In giving menu. In addition to beingso
James, Jr., of Jacksonville, were
Baltimore, Md., where he received good to eat, it is also good to I I SPECIALS i'J
guests Sunday of Mrs. W. S. Stro-
medical treatment. He states that look at, its bright red color fitting ,
man and Mrs. S. S. Dowling.
Big.-- he is much improved. in beautifully with the holiday t. 1

Mrs. R. J. Wells, Mrs Ruth Sorrel spirit. Mrs. Lucille Johns, super f fFOR (, ,
Mr and Mrs. E. L Cox of MIami visor of the school cafeteria, under C
and Mrs. R. Ritchie, all of Pa- "liE SURE
latka, were luncheon Wed- announce the birth of a son, whose direction the Rotary i li
guests Pearson Edward, in Victoria Hospital dinner was prepared, obligingly ALL WOOL HOUSE ROBES ''
nesday of Mrs. N. Sternberg.
SALE] at Miami on October 17. gave us the recipe, and here it Is:

sS. I',:::,'.' Congressman R. A. Green spent Mrs. Cox was formerly Miss Loin Grind together 1 cups of I : SALEBaby's play pen, used
RADIO Moore. cranberries and pulp of one ,
LISTEN TO Sunday in Lakeland where he wasa only few weeks. Reasonable I I
orange. Sweeten to taste. :Mix ice. Mrs. W E. Murphree, State ,
the I p
guest speaker on program VANITY FAIR DOE SKIN PAJAMAS AND GOWNS ,
CARPENTER'SNOV. of the Townsend Club Mrs. Philip Maguire, of Wash- one package of lemon Jelloas I((0 arm. 10-21-2t
meeting. ington, D. C., is here with her par- directed. Add mixture and
2-3-1-5 ents, Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Darby. place in freezing chamber FOR RENT-Furnished or unfurnished -
:Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Bennett Mrs Maguire was called here because When frozen serve in orange apta. Private baths, i
spent the week-end in Jacksonvilleas of the serious Illness of her halves on lettuce. I hot water and other conveniences. Y .
:-_ DRUG STORE guests of Mrs. Bennett's parents father, Mr Darby. ---Mrs. Lucille Johns. Also furnished houses. Mrs. S. F. SHORT COATS SKIRTS, AND SWEATERS :
Mr. and Mrs. E. C Hogan. llamrick, 402 S. Walnut St. Itp

__ __ __u ______ __ ____ __ Mr. and MI's. Edwin Torode have
to'on SALE New cotton bags, 3,
returned from their wedding trip A recipe received this week from 5, and 10 pound sizes with ad-
SPECIALYOUR to points In North Carolina and are Miss Nona Whiteheud reminds us .,Iress tag and drawstring for shipping SEE US FOR THE LATEST FLOWER ARRANGE J
at home to their friends at an
that the holiday season Is just pecan nuts in. White's INDIVIDUALITY (
apartment at the home of Mr. and MENTS.\ YOU WILL LIKE TIlE
around the
corner BO we might as Store. 1284to'OUNDSow ( {
CAR LUBRICATED FOR 35c Mrs. S. R. Johns, Sr. well begin to think about It. Be OF OUR WORK

auto to clip out and save the following :< I( marked crop and
GAS AT A PRICE YOU CAN AFFORDTO Dr and Mis B. S. Carroll and the first fruit cake I half-crop In right ear and
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baby, Cornelia, of Jacksonville, recipe of the season! > 'smooth drop and under-bit In left. I
PAYSmith's and Billy Long, who Is a student Light Fruit Cake : I Dwner can have for costs Joe E.

I, at the University of Florida, 2 cups of sugar ; I Starling Rt. 2, Starke. 10-28-2tp CLAR-JEAN SHOPPE
Gainesville, were week-end guests
2 of water I
cups Ii
of Mrs. F H. Long. 1 shortenin&XL .. to'Oft SALE-New and used brick aN
jt
I cup F for all purposes. Campvllle Clay '
Garage Mrs. Joe Whltfleld of Wewa- 1 Ib. raisins I Products, Inc, Route 31, Camp- PHONE 97 ,
1 Ib.
pecans Flu.
fille. 10224tp
hitchka spent the week-end here Mix together and boll five minutes .
as the guest of Mrs. G. W. Alder- in double boiler. Then add: I
man. Mrs. Whltfield will be remembered 1 flour
NAT SEZ: here as Miss Pearl Jordan 1 qt.teaspoon soda 1 &G GIANT ;)f 1dO.H'
TIP TOP GROCERY SUGAR :
home demonstration agent. 1 teaspoon cocoa SOAP

We are supposed to be lUIng in 1 teaspoon cinnamon rl
civilized and civilization Mrs. S. E. Brownlee, Mrs. J. M. Bake 2 hours.
a age V4 ; "
should teach us to be friendly and Brownlee, and Miss Martha Brownlee -Miss Nona Whitehead 4c each SPECIAL PRICES 5 Lbs 23c '

r j peaceful with our fellow man but spent last Thursday In Gaines- FRIDAY AND SATURDAY ;'fj ;:
;' instead, every nation In now faced ville. Mrs. S. E. Brownlee was J"
with the nerraHlty of arming to the guest of her son-in-law and Mr. and Mrs. Lacy Rigdon and

the teeth because of one man. It's daughter, Judge and Mrs. A V. Arthur Rigdon, all of Jacksonville FIRM PURE ROUND OB 8IHLOIN BltOOKFIELI TUB {
a shame to hate to spend all that Long, and Mrs. Brownlee and Miss spent Saturday with Mr and :
money for guns but there seems to Brownlee were guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Rigdon. They were accompanied \ I :1f. '

be no way out of It. If that's the Mrs. S. T. Dell. home,by.,Bonita Rlgdon, LARD, Lb. 9c I STEAK, Lb. 17c BUTTER, Lb. 28cFKESH

way they want to play, we'll play, who has been V'"I"ff15 her grandparents -
but we ain't goin to play second ). '
riddle NO. CANS FLORIDA FORK CELERY OK

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.. Rltch Jordan of, who Jacksonville la a student and Edward at the Tomatoes, 2lie l l CHOPS, Lb. 17c Lettuce, ea. l lOc :;J J.IH :


LEGS grow glamorous DAYS were University week-end of Florida guests of Gainesville Mr. and, i 5 FOUNDS FLORIDA CHUCK MOONLIGHT it

Mrs. T. J. Griffin and Mrs. Car- f.

_ r witfi new w RADIO SALE rie Ritch. RICE 17c I Steak, Lb. 12/c Flour, 24 lbs 59c .: \

BeaJulyTeatmentLL USTIN TO Mrs. Kenneth Harrington and r eString

: CARPENTER'SNOV. children have returned to their NO. 2 CANS REEF AND FORK | FURB HULKHamburger !4
home in Monticello after enjoyinga
ttt
/t 2--S-4-- visit here with Mr. and Mrs. Nat l \ "

.... Williams.by They Mr. Harrington were accompaniedhome who Bns,2,15c 14c COFFEE, Lb. lOc

spent the week-end here.
Alluring (legs : trim ankles FRESH MED. GROUND BEEF AND PORK-MIXED I GEM NUT


ilaga. .n. draw admiring glances ;, I LARGE MULLET Guy land Mrs.returned where O. W.they White Tuesday spent/ and from three Mrs.Lake days J. T. Grits, 10 1 Lbs. 20c |\ STEW, Lb. l Oc | OLEO, Lb. 12 c i,; .. .


Glorify their smart sleekness with s :3 Lbs. for ___ __ __ ___ -25c Mm. White visIted her daughter.
r Miss Carol White, who is attend- FKESH WATER GROUND I TENDERIZED FICNIO '

the shadow-free perfection of ing Southern College, and Mrs..

these Luxuria Crepes : SPECKLED PERCH Guy visited< friends and relatives Meal 10 Lbs. 18c HAMS Lb. 22c I BREAD 3 25c .

lovely Lb _______ __n______ lOc ,
by Holeproof. Wear them for # Mrs Mae Jones of Jacksonvilleand
Ernest Dowling of New York
J\\U'UJII..L'S! T03IATO HAM BENT \\
day and evening. because *r BREAM I City were guests Tuesday of their! iIllTIr.'t.. '

I1"1/* Lb ___ ______ ___ lOc brother-in-law and sister Dr. and | '
;'atteringlysheer. + uu n
yet, they wear well! I accompanied Mrs. W. E, Middleton.buck to Jackaonvllle They were I SOUP, 2 for 15c HOCKS, Lb 12/c Bacon, Lb. 12/c ::t I I .

79c I by Mrs. Middleton, who spent Wed-
RED BASS day with them. KRAFT ELK HORN 11 OZ. JARS PICKLE YORK IMPERIAL
Lb _______ _- __un__. lOc i f'' n
x 3-threo.;;. Kroh I Friends of Mr and Mrs. W. G I I ;

conk sill pew, If! the tWist' oil TROUT MACKEREL 'Halle will be Interested to know Cheese, Lb. 17c Pis, Feet, ea. 19c Apples, 4 Ibs 15c ;

'hode. neWestHOLEPROO Lb. ________________ 15c that they plan to return to Starke
next week to make their home. I 1 1COFFEE
TIP TOP VACUUM PACK I COUNTRY 2 LII. JAR PEANUT
They will operate"'Arthur Hall'

t1I1y -LARGE BALTIMORE ern new city tourist limits camp on.near Road the 13,north-Since j I" Lb. 20c Sausage Lb. 23c I 20c ? t t

OYSTERS leaving Starke a ,year,or so ago'l r ,

Pint ________________ :30c the Hailes have been living l I l{
a GoocI Doubly CertlRed /-J Quart 60c Hastings I MACARONI OR SEMINOLE SLICED COMPOUND ; i'
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M a... Be".,. fob.lc.>o l.; I 1 /
(Ming Burwu Mrs. A. Z. Adkins left Thurs- I \ 4 : :

SHRIMPLb. wan day. joined for Jacksonville by her daughter, where, Mrs.she Spaghetti, ea. 3c I Bacon. Lb. 25c LARD, Lb. lOc j jrl'I

It Pays to Buy at _______________ 20c Fred Guy, who with her left today \ I

for Fountain, N. C.. to visit
Miss Lois Adkins, who U a member \WE BUY PECANS COUNTRY KIST .I I

MAGNOLIA FISHMARKET of the faculty of the school I M

r Mrs.there.Adkina Before and returning Mrs. Guy home will\ ANY KIND AT MARKET PRICES Peas, 3 ens 25c I\

visit frlendi and relatives In Rocky i
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..- --.- -- which to pay widows with dependent was taken up an a special order.It i approximately 60 ..J
BOATDRAlN GUM BRANCH Institute Head Points Board Of CountyCommissioners children In school, and was decided to hold a meeting ,State's total "q() nt

Mrs. Z. Z. Griffin Correspondent' Annie Mao Hurnage, Cor. Way to Safe 'Reducing WHEREAS there will be much at the County Court House Octo
said widows dur- ber 29, A D. ;938 at 10:00: o'clock

Prevatt has returned C. and MinutesThe suffering among months unless this A. M., for the purpose of restor-
J. Sapp
Mrs. and Mrs.
Luyene Mr A reducing diet Goes not necessarily ing the coming names erroneously stricken 1
to her home after"spendingthe little son Bobby, of Sampson City, take the joy out of life. Commis- fonm of relief from the County is ing from any the Registration Books THE IN 1EA01hOr
Mrs. Board of County
week with her daughter, andWHEREAS
visiting :Mr. and Mrs. J. S. On the contrary, writes Katha- forthcoming r01Qn
Pauline Bailey, of Sanford. were sioners met October 3 in regular sufficient Upon motion being duly made
rine Fisher, head of Good House- there are
Sapp last Thursday.Mr. session at 10:00: o'clock A. M. with and carried It was decided to pay
C. A. Griffis and Grady Bass keeping's Institute, It adds to it L funds in the General Fund of the
and Mrs. F S. Sapp were the following members present: $15.00 per month for the buildings
In Putnam Hall Sunday for current ex-
anda
:were visiting In the form of a trim figure Rosier, County to care
J M.
and Mrs. J. F. Shaw'at L. Conner, Chairman; expenses. on Call Street in Starke, now occupied -
visiting Mr. new feeling of wellbeIngMills and anticipated
penses
and T. D. Dyal.
Mallory Thomas by the WPA Sewing Room
Miss Juanlta Priest Charles the State Farm last Saturday Fisher point out that In The Board was called to order and also to allow a transfer of Projects.The .
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and Tom Lee, of Bethel, loan of $75000 to the Widows
Priest night. recommending a reducing program by the Chairman and the minutesof
attention of the Board was r0
and Mrs. Z. Z. Pension Fund. I
were visiting Mr. Irene doctors warn patients about the meeting of
Misses Alice Edwards, the last regular
called to the application of Harold -
Griffis last Sunday. and perils of a restricted diet. So you September 8, were read and adopted. NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLED 0 III Btlu
Velma Norman, Margie of for
Sapp, Starling Clay County
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Gainey and may continue eating most of the that the Clerk to this
children, of Lee Lake were visiting Reddish attended Sunday Schoolat foods you like but cut down on the Mrs. Sarah El Bennett of Law- Board be and he Is hereby authorized I transfer Into Bradford County as AIR COtWITi0IJ
WPA said
Mrs. W. E. Green Saturday. Raiford last Sunday. quantity of high calorie foods. assistance for her- and directed, upon the approval a permanent client application fDFtLq
for
asked and the
tey
Mr. and Mrs. P. B. Prevatt, of Little Harley Newmnns spent I These Include cream, butter and self and family, the matter was of the Hon. J. M. Lee, wa Instructed! disapproved to
Clerk so notifythe
Theressa, visited relatives In this the week-end In Pine Level with other fats, sweets, and foods relatively referred to Commissioner: M. Comptroller of Florida, to transfer was
State Welfare Board( of Its action -
section Sunday. his grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. high in starch like potatoes, Rosier for Investigation and report $750.00 from the General Fundof
M. McRae. H'j cereals breadstuff, and macaroni Bradford County, Florida to the in said matter. Applicationof
Mrs William Bailey, of Sanfordwas : O. R. Prevatt for hospitalization
Fund !
..__ Widows Pension :
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visiting: her aunt, Mrs. Cora Strickland asked for In the State Tuberculosis l Sanitorium :
Griffis, Sunday. weeks In Ovleda with her uncle '' y+ 2 I assistance! for her son Raleigh BE IT FURTHER RESOLVEDthat at Orlando was approved.

Willie Green has returned home and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. William Strickland who 19 disabled from the Hon. J. M. Lee, Comptroller -.- Mi

after spending some time In Orlando Moore. I performing any manual labor the of Florida, be requested to approve By volume, fertilizers constitutethe
with the
transfer,
Joe Griffis, of Clay County, was 1 I request being denied, as Mrs. this said that largest part of Florida's imports -
Mae Prevatt has returned home visiting his brother, Z. Z Griffis, 1 ( Strickland Is now employed by the assurance from this Board amounting to 61 percent of
will be returnedto
said amount
i the
after spending the past three Sunday.C. WPA. the total.
A. Griffis, uira: Z Z. Gritfia ; I Mrs. Nellie Griffia asked for assistance the General Fund when hand the In nec-the ._.----- EVERY OMFORT
funds are on
Mrs. W. E. Green and Opal I and commodities The case essary Florida's export business reached of this nod.,,., Ih.pnol ao.i
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I If Excess Acid cause Morrell attended the funeral of: was referred to the Welfare Of- said Widows Pension Fund. Its all-time high to date in 1920 b.un of dowebwa )acluoo,5., 4
FREE I youpa.nsofStomaehUleen The Board of County Commissioners noon with tub and .how.. 1
Indigestion.Bloating Harvey Green In Palatka last Fri flc met October 12 pursuant when it totalled $125,579,000; this radio ETWT b.d win Ina.n0t4r soil "Se
Brown, Dyal met the being .15 percent of the total exports we. and ,.adtaq lasp., am
Mrs. Nona follow eueobt
adjournment with the N
,C..,Heartburn Belching day.Marvin and to wear ,.
Green of. Miami ;f. stated that she had in the country according to on enry ago
Board and : L, L.
members being present
Nausea,get a free sample of UDGA Tom Rountree of Orange Heights : work in the ing the State Chamber of Commerce popul.Aa PRICED
been unable to secure
J. M. Rosier,
Conner, Chairman; COOCTAtt LOUNGE
booklet atCARPENTER'S and
free COFFEE
and a Interesting visiting C. A Griffis and : SUOf
were I WPA Sewing Room and asked for Mallory Thomas, and T. D. Dyal. Oilt.t I. 9. yUMO HM.I.
DRUG STORE Zennas Griffis last Thursday. II I assistance that the Board mightbe The Board was called to order by By volume, phosphate consti- NOTL PATTIN
MMMMMMB able to give her In securing em- of tutes the largest part of Florida's ca.eMo. NOTEDoTO
MMMMH MHM MMM M M HM HM MM MHM BM MMM the Chairman and the matter ....
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for
ployment. the Books export business accounting .
Registration
revising
I BOREE FUNERAL HOME 1 Mrs R. L. Batton asked for relief -

Full line of Caskets & Undertaker Supplies ._ .. ,,, assistance for her husband
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and helpless -
AMBULANCE SERVICE who is sick practically

DAY AND NIGHT Shocking I and $3.00 was allowed for one
88 PIIONE---53 month.
G. n. BENNETT Mr. The proper diet really amountsto W. M. Edwards of the City

"A HOME-LIKE INSTITUTION" the question of budgeting your I Council of Starke requested, in behalf
calories and to that end Miss
of the City of Starke that the
Fisher and her assistants on the
I Board of County Commissioners
Institute staff have prepared a list
appropriate $2500.00 to match
of foods and adapted them to
Funds for
Bronchial Coughs City and Governmental
meals. -- --- I the erection of an Armory Build-

I ing in Starke, the estimated cost
of which is (0 be approximately

Need CrenmulsinnJust )! I $25,00000; upon motion and second -

the proposition was put to
a common cough a chest ingredients so that now in Creomul- vote and carried, with the provision -
cold or a bronchial irritation of today sion you get a good dose of genuine that {said amount would be,
Beechwood Creosote which Is palat-
may lead to serious trouble to- sufficient funds are
morrow. They may be relieved now able and may be taken frequentlyby paid when
with Creomulsion, an emulsified both adults and children. available.
! Creosote that Is pleasant to take. Creomulsion is one preparation Plat of Lakeside In Section 22 I
Creomulsion is a medicinal combination that goes to the very seat of the trou- Tp 8 S. R. 22 E., Lots 1,2. 3, and S
I designed to aid nature in ble to help loosen and expel germ- "
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soothing and healing infected mucous laden phlegm. When coughs, chest 4, a Sub-Division was submitted 11"0.1'. '" 4.w
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membranes by allaying irritation colds and bronchial trouble ...due to I to the Board, same was approvedand :ILl ,, and inflammation and by common colds-hanff on.get a. bottleof admitted to the Records of I I SERVE YOURSELF RIGHT...
E aiding in loosening and expelling Creomulsion from your druggist Yt : the County as a Public Plat of the : j '
! germ-laden phlegm. use it as directed and It you are not REFRESHING PAUSE
The Medical Profession has for satisfied with the relief obtained, Lands In said County, being filed WITH A .
generations recognized the beneficial the druggist is authorized to refundyour in Plat Book 2. It's part of the game to take "time out" for a bottle of ice- ," \ ,
effect of Beechwood Creosote in money. Creomulsion Is one -- .w Four dollars worth of medicinefor cold Coca-Cola..pure, wholesome delicious. So team up J '\ J
the treatment of coughs,cheat colds, word ask for it plainly,see that the I Don't Stop Exercising; Floyd Fender was approved with one yourself.. .and bo refreshed. 5 fC"e' .
and bronchial Irritations. A special name on the bottle Is Creomulsion '"
process was worked out by a chemist and you'll get the genuine product Generous use has been made of The following resolution was V BOT 'NC CO. i" ,
I and R.f
D.llclout r.thlng
Creosote with other and the relief you want. (Adv.)
for blending duly adopted:
the low-calorie foods such as leafy ... ... 0 .
green vegetables and fruit; for WHEREAS there are no funda L llJ mllll.m'i. ;(:: :: ;:rt.i:: ,,_<... .v ..
bean bulk Y. the Y "rive vnll A. fepling In the Widows Pension Fund with

of satisfaction without I addingup

iL 94rw6Iftezwv2 I the calories and they contribute ,...

richly to the vitamins and minerals

In your diet.

If not, make it certain. All that la necessary these ex-

for perts say. Is "watch your calories." NtlWfABRANDNEWl.
Provide
security
;l' yourself
In a companion article, Dr. Wal-
and family. See our ter H. Eddy Director of the Good

S I local agent or write Housekeeping Bureau, analyzesthe j

pitfalls of reducing. "Before BII.
1 you start any reducing diet get

p the answer to why you are fat," $M
says the eminent scientist. "You

may be a gland caso or you may
be a constitutionally obese type !

or you may be fat simply because FIELD

you are overeating and underex- UJW.PRI&E


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( ) If Certain dangers that physicians ,

must be watchedand ,
have pointed out

Of i. YOIIjjrtEST your avoided.doctor before Dr. Eddy you says.begin"See any j-: V -

routine," Is sound medical advice -

and should be carried out, accordIng NEW &O 4-DOOR SEDAN ( '9"ALSOANOTHER --_ -
A ref to the article.

PAr LJ \ Pointing out that the basic principle
of any reducing regimen la' BIG MEW OLDS SIX AND

"Eat less food than you
merely
like the Sno Sheen cakes in burn up" Dr. Eddy Bays that on A GREAT NEW EIGHT AT REDUCED PRICES ,,
such a basis you force your bodyto

the Motion Picture Cooking School? get some of its fuel from the 0 question about it the stand-out car forHtwP

stored-up fat, and weight Inev- _i.Doss'rasw h,u.N 1939 Is Oldsmobile! With the pick of them
When a cake appears in the movies, it has to be beautiful! to decline. By Increasing .
I itably begins -, all in the low-price field a brand new, all.p. -
It mustn't show any defects when it looms up large on your exercise you further ,, "'t quality Six with a flashing new Kcono-Master

the screen; must be so tempting that the audience will help the burning of fat by creatinga \. engine. And it's Olds again in the. popular-price a
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long to taste it. greater demand for body fuel. :I I' 0ti C field.. With stunning new editions" of the Oldsmobile
All reducing diets, he says are '. Six and Eight, both reduced in price. "See
Cakes made with Sno Sheen Cake Flour please the moat built on these principles. these three "great cars check them 'a

critical eye. And their perfect appearance is an assurance .. the field. There's .an Olds for everybody i iag 19391!

ra that they are wonderfully light-wonderfully delicate SUNNY BROOK FARM s Doliv.rfd pr/oe *l Len.in/f, Mich., mubjoet: to change
without notooe. Price include. ttftty glass, bumper.
in texture. They're as good to eat as they are to Mrs. Floyd R. Crosby Cor. bumper famrdm, epere tire .nd

look a tI! '",.wd' tabs Transportation, .,.,. mad
Mrs.: Mabel Denmark and children r_ 4'Deoa fV, 4 1_. locml '.:n.,if any optional.qu' .
Your cakes, too, will be a delight to of Jacksonville were week nent mad eoeeeorJee-'r ,
k '"' Genera/Motor Inttflatfni Pita."y0U a S
the eye and to the palate if yoa us* end guests of Mr. and Mrs. Tate '' a4

Sao Sheen-the super-fine cake flour Crosby. OUGHT
Mr. and Mrs. Rodman Reddish
i 1 that's featured in the Motion Picture
announce the birth of a baby girl ,-ls- OWN
Cooking School. Try a packa.fi : .- born last Monday. i 10 : ;

and you'll want to use it regtiLuly Floyd Crosby spent the week- DI.DS' ," .
end in Jacksonville and was accompanied AN
for all fine caked! ?
your home Sunday by Mrs. A ....... MOTOR* VAI.UB -

Crosby and their son, Russell who
have spent the past month there

where cent's Russell HospitaLMrs. bas been In St. Vin- TOR ODE CHEVROLET CO.

J. R. Kelly and baby, Kath-

ryn spent last Thursday In Lake STARKE, FLORIDA.
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OCTOBER BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE, FLORIDA PAGE SEVEN
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ficulty we have to face is the habit i tist Church, according to an announcement hour of the Morning service, it remaining Coastwise: and foreign shipping H
people have of reading Into the| by the pastor the |( at eleven o'clock through Florida's six major ports 'J'

Scriptures their own prejudices.i Rev Leslie Shepherd and the The additional fifteen minutes Is valued at more than $300,000- '
God has tried' the of 000 annually, the State Chamber i c
lUt'cIt: ) ) tABIPTIST willingness School Superintendent, A. J. Thomas It was explained allows for a longer -
to obey Him under varying of Commerce declares.
: I Oman The school now convenes at worship program in the opening
conditions and He- tested,
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9:43 A. M., fifteen minutes earlier assembly. The program will be pre-
him his under
conscience
through I' than before, and dismisses at 10:55: pared to harmonize with the lessontheme Vessels have docked, under their
family rule, under law and now thus allowing a five-minute Intermission and will be presentedby own in the inside slip at
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"---." .m" '.m,"''''""""""" ............ ..... lie is trying him under grace. Man the'
11II"- between Sunday the superintendent, assisted by Port Everglades within 17 min
METHODIST PRESBYTERIANSupplied EPISCOPAL CHRISTIAN has always failed even to approachthe School and Church services. From various teachers in the school. utes after turning from shipping

i 4 A Shepherd,, Rev Frank Robinson by R iv. Fred Terkea. 3r Supt Church School first principles of right living this schedule It will be seen that Mrs. L. G. Powell is In charge of lanes in deep water off the coast
? pastor. Pastor Rev. Dr. Rice and Rector Lemmie narrett apart from the grace of God. Idol-
no change has been made in the the work for October. of Florida.
j Thomas. Supt. 13. K. Ferryman, Itev Dr. Adams Sunday School Supt Sunday Morning atry, sin, blasphemy, desecration program
I School Qen. Superintendentof Miss Ella J. BasseOrganist Sunday Scholl
Sunday Organist ..
sundRY School Church School Mrs. It. J. Davis 10 O'clock of God's holy day, and pleasure \: ,:, ;: 1;;, ; :,; '4'Kp. p .,. ': : :;\ ;;;
10 A. 1\1. Church School Church School Supt. Mrs James Carlyle Worship Service madness characterize the spirit of i': :,: ,. ii.j \ 4j' .I! \" I.\. \ .w, ...C(: < i' ii'I; -( J. ,: ,," \\.l\ ,'
"Brvlo 10 A. M. Services
11 O'clockSunday
Morn inA. 'M. Mornlnir Worship Roy Mathews Sunday School, Evening the modern age even among those
Tralnln. Service, 11 A. M. Church School 10 A. M.Morning.11. Service 7SO: P. M. who call themselves Christians.
Ssptlet8, ::8& P. M, EveningWorehlp 10 A. M. Prayer Meeting Wednesday -
avenlnlf: Service, Service, 7:80: P. M. Morning Worship A. M. evening 7:80: TabernacleLast
I 7:80: P. M. Young People'sLeague 11 A. M.MISSION Fridays____7:30: P. M.
Friday night the subject at
prayer Meeting Meetingss:1o Holy Days_.10 A. M.
'tdneRlay, 7:80: P.M. : 1>. M. the Tabernacle was, "Playing the
Plan lIt Prayer Meeting MIN ALLIANCE Game". Every sports enthusiast
II'' Mona Canova Wednesday, 7:30: P.M.
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President
'holr Director ILLLSponllor. GOSPEL TAB.Rponsored knows that any game that is
( Powell Mrs. F. H. Long, The iiev. FrankRobinson
John H. worthwhile Is controlled by rules
Chairman Organist and Choir .: by
Board of Deacon Director Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs Vice PresidentThe and regulations.. If the games were SA.IE pERT
J. F Klckllter Mrs B.' K. Perryman, J. T. Quigley J. T. Quigley Rev. Leslie haphazard and without rules there pR0 .
Chairman AftnlKtant OrganlHtT. Evangelistic Service ShepherdRecr..tarYTreallurer
I Board of 'l'ruBtee. T. Long. Assistant Bible Study each each Friday evening would be no interest In them
1 L. d Powell Choir Director Tuesday evening TIC 7:30 o'clock The Rev. Free Yerkes Scrub ball games in sandlots may yOUR ,. ,
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|"Loyalty Month"To ance held its first Program, Meet. worship will be conducted by the their being attended by thousandsof
Ing of the season in the auditorium pastor. i' tans The rules in football are

Be ObservedBy i of the Church on Monday eveningat Beginning on November 1 and very strict and every Infringement
which time Ministers of Starke brings a penalty which is submit-
Methodists continuing through No. 30 will be
:._ and vicinity were Introduced to the observed as "Loyalty Month." Detailed ted to by the players.In .
congregation. The principal ad- the Christian life there are
plans and announcement of
of the deluge of rain I I
In spite dresses of the evening were given the special features for the month also rules that must be observed.
\Sunday both the morning and eve- by the Rev. Mr. Hazzard of Law- will appear in the Telegraph next I Every disobedience brings its pun- .
Ling congregations at the First tey and Rev. Fred Yerkes of week. The first service In Loyalty ishment. The church today cannot
1 Methodist! Church were encourafing. Starke. These Program meetings Month will be the Prayer Meeting flout God's law and make a mock-
The observance of which are open to the public will Service on Wednesday evening, ery of His word and hope to escape
-Childhood and Youth Week" was be continued In the future, being Nov. 2nd at which time Circle No. punishment. The lives that are be-
I fittingly closed at the Sunday eve- held at different churches In the 2 of the Woman's Missionary Society ing lived today by so-called Chris- The 1937 Florida Legislature passed a law known
inlng service when members of the city once each month. The next will have charge.A tians are a travesty on the life of as the Murphy Act that provides for settlement of
I Young People's Division had scheduled meeting will be held on cordial Invitation to the the Son of God. Worldliness, pleas- taxes delinquent as far back as the 1934 sale and prior,
I charge Interesting talks were Thanksgiving Eve (Wednesday, of town peo- ure-seeking, and empty churchesall by requesting the Clerk of the Circuit Court to adver-
who in
Liven by Gayle Sewell, A. Z. Ad- November 23)) in the Presbyterian ple our are not manifest the Indifference and tise and sell them. They will be bid In by the property
kIDS Jr. and Virginia Fugate, on Church. attendance at some other Churchto ingratitude of church members.We owners or their agents. The cost is very small and consists
make this their Church home is of advertising, cost of sale, and search fees. This
] theme of a better un- need to "Play the Game fair
the general Sunday morning In the Church extended. A warm welcome, good sale will in no wise jeopardize the rights of the owner.
derstanding of God. One of the School the will be the with God today if as a church we
emphasis on music. Gospel preaching, and real By allowing these taxes to remain open on the
outstanding features of the ser- Florida Methodist Orphanage In. Methodist fellowship await all who hope to win. books you are running the risk of having your property
rice was a special vocal selectionby formation concerning the work of come and worship with us. Next Friday night the subjectwill sold under a tax deed, and In the event of an application -
members of the Senior-Young the orphanage will be presented to be, "The Farmer Boy Who for tax deed being filed against this property,
I People's Department. A little later all classes and an offering will be MISSION HALL' AND Went Out To Seek His Father's you will be required to pay tne full amount of the
I this Young People's Choir will become received to help In this work of TABERNACLEErnest Donkeys and Found u Crown." taxes now due. It will then be impossible to settle 4
under the Murphy Act.
H regular feature of the evening our church. At the morning Wor- Thornquest led the Bible Come and hear this interesting The object of this law Is to relieve the property t
services in the Church.The ship service, the pastor, the Rev. study Tuesday night at the Mission subject. owners of a heavy delinquent tux burden. The act la
Mission Study class which Frank Robinson, will conduct the Hall. The subject was built Special effective for only a few months longer and at its expiration -
|>uu been conducted over p. period service and will be assisted by Mrs.F. around last Sunday's Sunday Next Monday night, October 31, d the title to property that Is not paid up will
,".if two weeks by Mrs. L C. Ray H. Long at the organ playing Scoool lesson. The observance of there will be a meeting at the Tab- automatically be vested In the State of Florida. Save t
has been u most Interesting expedience special selections and by the Choir the Lord's day is of ft different ernacle. Some missionaries direct your properly from confiscation. Make your application -
and a class that will begin rendering an appropriate anthem. character than was the rigid observance from China will be there to speakto lit the Clerk's office at once.
I to show fruit In our communityby The Young People's evening' of the old Jewish Sab- us on conditions that now prevail l
the results that are sure to services will be held at 6:30: o'clockat bath Not even the Jew's them- over there. Do not miss this
I come from this study. Good attendance which time the entire group will selves keep the Sabbath as the opportunity to get a close-up view THE MURPHY ACT
I has been noted on each meet for a short worship service Mosaic law demands. When Christ of the appnling conditions in

|of the four class sessions and a and will then enter Into a study arose from the dead it was the China. .
I goodly number of folk received period by departments. All young opening of a new dispensation. A --.
credit for the course at its con- people between the ages of 12 and dispensation is a period of time Change In Time ENDS JUNE 9TH 1939
1 clusion. Speakers outside the 24 are cordially invited to attend.I with definite limitations during ,

I Woman's Missionary Society have The evening;service of worship will which God deals with the human For Church SchoolA A WORD TO THE WISE IS SUFFICIENT
I been used and many thought pro- be prefaced by a fifteen minute race under certain provisions.
voking subjects have been Introduced period of meditation and soft or- When we understand this, errorsin new schedule of Sunday morn- Y
by them. music at 7:13: to 7:30: at which I Biblical almost Ing exercises has been put Into effect .' ,. ., '
gan Interpretation are ,.'--''''- "" ,: .,:tj., ,1,.. .\,; (.o! _"' '' -' ,
The Starke Ministerial Alii- later time the evening service of impossible The greatest dif in the Bible School of the Bap J. T"1' 6

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', { f.y.' ; 1Bradford. County Telegraph BALLOT(Continued from PREPARED Page One) I: "Calling All Americans I [
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PAGE 8F 1: P. D. Reddish. I LITTLE i

Published Weekly,<< on Fridays and Entered as Second Class 11 For County Commissioner Dist. AS SS8S F r
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Matter at the Post Office at Starke, Florida For County Commissioner, DIat I f
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E. L. Matthews.\ .______________________Editor and Owner For County Commissioner, Dist.
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y Yearly, $1.50; Six Months, 75c-Payable in Advance : T. D. Dyal. I
For School Board, DIat. 1: J. II I
Advertising Rates on Application Moore.

For School Board, Diet 21) W

coBjrflj STAKKE LOSES A LANDMARK E. Middleton.
For School Board, Dlst. 3: E. J. I'
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When a man retires after thirty-two years in the grocery Lewis.
Ir' For Bond Trustee Dist 1- O. J i !
HOMENEED* business-thirty two long years during which his feet have Phillips.For .

worn paths in the old, pine flooring-you'd naturally expect Bond Trustee, Dtst. 2: W y '' lui'I1I

FOR to find him home in a comfortable chair, taking things easy, 1 L.: Wall.! I o I

Agree: wouldn't you. ? Well, you might if you weren't a student of! ,.'...For.".-,1-.. _Bond. Trustee Dlst. 3: A. A.For r 7 Tit 4.40.11 $615
the both I '' .cu.I a tf -
human nature. I Bond Trustee, Dist. 5: R.. A 4 ''

eatingw } However, if you were a little more observant and had Weeks. : 175."
home No one quqalified as bond trus- $705G
ly charact I, noticed that the same man goes to the same drug store every I tee from Dist 4. l\ .

[ UtM4; morning at the same time for the same soft drink you might Amendment I

aldered think: to look for your retired grocer in the very place where The first amendment on the ballot -I k OOPYIEAR 50019 $760

of impoijbytopu his feet had taken him every morning, except Sundays, for provides for the broadening of SPEEDWAYDon't
t homestead tax: exemption to include -
*' eratlonsj the past thirty-two years. And that is exactly where we widows, minors, and others! : risk driving on wet, dangerous S.M.I $805

t (,along Wr lound J. C. Manning on the morning after it was announced who are not heads of ', AI1 roads tires this winter with treadworn
when
cd man who you can buy Goodyear
lie had sold his grocery business to J. B. Sapp, former night occupy their own homes. Speedway at a money-Hating price.
The second 'amendment would
i Home i It has brutoe-realatlntt Supertwlat
.Florida marshal. I require that thirty days notice cord In every ply center-traction: CtlARANTli"
, several ; 'l The new owner was dusting off stock, scrubbing floors, be given before any local bill Including trip for all-angle skid-realatance: .
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method + 1 measures applying to I II and backed; by the Goodyear "lifetime -
of the and brushing down cobwebs--duties which Mr. Manning'sill municipalities can be introduced! guarantee." You'll feel

1 1estabJIal health had forced him to neglect in recent years. He i I in the state legislature.The I I U safer the price on: Speedways Is good newel. .!and

''W,4;I fa recipes the ,tI'9;t ''" I stood there, watching the work go on and feeling, somehow, third public amendment school appropriations would establish --, r BULL'S-EYE VALUE,

convent that he should have a part in it. "I never would have sold I on equality with those of
Quality |
lni economy" ..,.
houaewlcorrespc + out if I had been physically able to carry on," he said. "This other state governmental func- FXEIST-CIIOICB combined In the Good)(.,
tions. until the TUIEI! "R-l."
little store has been good to me and I hate to leave it." Up now Supreme American Red Cross Roll Call Potter for 1938. Suva mono) "hll.
er bust Court has Un_ _held____ that____. the constitu you drive on new,s.I.Cood.'
Asa + Mr. Manning came to Starke thirty-seven years ago from tlonal state departments must be I The*to Coodynr durable and"G-J"ufa that AllW.utherI It.1 leadiII r-n.

edon ,jh Lake City. He had not been here long before he decided to paid first with schools receivingtheir I other In popularity; Lowest LOW AS x640
tlon ag money only after other coats Coat per mile I AS"LIFETIME
did aye ', go into business and his first store was a little frame build- are paid. Under the amendment, INSURE WITU'
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bueines! ing, now gone, just!: west of the railroad track on Call St. In school appropriations would be reduced

CIU wit ; those days he mixed soft drinks as a special sideline. "Tate only in the proportion that GUARANTEE"s
and t f fyng e others are cut when there Is sl I HAROLD C. \WALL Agency
o4'' Denmark told me the other day that I made the first milk- shortage in the general revenue \ \

lot their shake he ever drank," Mr. Manning chuckled. fund. I _i. : f ? .
; ; (Est. Over 50 Years) ?
The fourth amendment would ;
resourc 3y ,! e ylf .I
p I Ient Soon afterward he moved into the Pace building wherehe prohibit the appointment or removal p \\C
&irp We write.,EVERY form of INSURANCE-Consult us as
tOn w1 y rlen has been ever since, through good times and bad-and of Florida national guard
de 7 officers except upon a proficiencybasis you would your Lawyer or Doctor. You may save ANTIFREEZE 25c QU 1 (' 11e
1 / mere nave been good times ana bad with Manning's, JUST I E'BtabllHhedby United States money and grief. Remember money spent with your I WINTER FRONTS 69e V* "
The i4. as there have been with every other business. Lean years Army regulations. Under the present local agent may come back to you. II '
resent I SLEET REMOVERS 47c ? j Ot
man 4, are best forgotten, but the good ones are pleasant to recall I set-up, officers may be appointed I A % FALEI
.?' or suspended by the Governor EMERGENCY CHAINS 40c Up
.it. 'V
g fnte and Mr. Manning tells of months when he grossed as high for cause.Jacksonville. Jr I FOe LAMPS S3.69Ea. //AIMgTwlth
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I : as $3,500, which is a very tidy sum when you stop to con- DEFROSTING FANS $1.08U E.z 25c
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t belng04 t sider that he never employed more than one clerk at a time Florida in total led shipping other ports during of FUNERAL DIRECTOR DRIVING CLOVES $1.69 rr. GOO 1 F R

i' and conducted a strictly cash business. Oh, of course he 1936 having twice as much as the My Many Yean Experience Makes It Possible for Me to Render .Ii pNS q9 q

ervf i extended a little credit here and there but his losses from second port, Tampa and three EFFICIENT, PROMPT and COURTEOUS SERVICE

ftgl..'* this source would not( average $100 a year, he says. times as much as the third port, MODERATE PRICES
Miami declares Florida's State
Motor
Co
cattier I a The worn wooden floor in Manning's has seen a little Chamber of Commerce. PROMI'T'AND\ COURTEOUS AMBULANCE SERVICE Register

ll>- t tbwi'.of' scuffling in its time, especially in the old days when Satur- DAY PHONE 1 NIGHT PHONE 132

?-$#1 ') *: 2fand 'i day nights in Starke were considerably rowdier than is now NOTICE CEItTIFICATEs OF *ALE OF TAX DeWITT C. JONES STARKE, FLA.UFfICE .

; the case. He remembers on more than one occasion havingto NTICW 13 HEREBY GIVEN that Starke, Florida
rLAY;
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V. It. Reddish han filed with me
me; \ : use all kinds of tact, and often a little force, to persuade written request that the tax certlflcataM n

F faA.V { j r ra rt 1i.y f q? some fellow to go home who should have been home hours ciuent omitted together" or levied with taxes all nubile held.l ...
i by the state he advertlMod and null
l c I ago. I to the. hlKheiit bidder for cash RH

t A hole in the glass of the store door is still there to tell provided 1937 act by of Chapter the LeKlftlature. 1296 of upon the

1 t I the story of those more exciting days. It was made some In the the following County of deorrlbeil Bradford. real State estate ol sUPPLIElob.

iri t f a J l twenty years ago by a stray bullet from a shooting scrape Florida WV4 of, to-wit 8WM\ : of NB'.4 & RV4 of
? l R HKV\ of NWl N,,.,. 1 Tp. 5 H. II.
in the street one Christmas Eve night and Mr. Manning has 21 IS.. Containing 40 A..r..a.more ,
at .
kept it patched with cardboard ever since. It grows larger taxes or leHH.The to he Hold are evidencedby

dl th 11' d .1..0. ..... tf'. ..t certificate NOH. 87 &: 250 of 1931
an arger as a" years' ro roan "" says, emg a and 1933 respectively and represent -
1 ; ,i ir it unpaid taxes for the yeare. 1930 to
the size of a dime. A man could almost. stick his fist through 1938, both IncluMlve, amounting to 'to'
it now. 184.47. a,1It >!'f"
1 ALSO: Went 398 ft of S'" of ;.
r 8WV\ t Yes, times have changed since Mr. Manning entered business 22 13., 8 Acres, more of le"... a
I The taxes to be sold| | are evUlenoely .
t I ; here thirty-two years ago, and as soon as a new name certificates NOR. 279 and 809 of

lii' ), can be painted on the front, Starke will lose another landmark 932 & unpaid 1933 respectively taxes for the and y represent arn-
931 to 11ii8.: both Inclusive, amounting ,
:' A' but will gain another progressive merchant. Changeis to 122 81.

1 1'Itrl the inseparable companion of progress and it is sad but ALSO W 2 :A NUj Section of NW 27'4 r Tp.<1 N'KV 6 S., f}R....

f true that we cannot enjoy the stimulation of the new without The 22 /13.taxes, 18 ,Acres to lie Hold more are or evidencedby IHKH. the Ruby "

l ;, 4 'l sacrificing the companionship of the old. certificate NOH. 287 and. 819 of 1932
and 1\9:13! :, respectively, and repr..aentIInl'Rhl LEDGER OUTFIT
Mr. Manning has other Interests-a rooming house anda 1KI8!': both taxes Inclusive for the amounting year. 1931 to to 00

'.*> farm-but it will probably be a long time before anything I. '51i.1I5.I Mold. tax certificates together with $4 tile Ra"ea
all Hul>He i, can the void left by the sale of his store. Etch
occupy i taxes will lie Hold to the highestbidder
r P lealled.er bIDder 200 ledger sheets', and
at the Courthouse door In
I "I'll probably be coming down often to sit with you," he Mtnrke on the 11th day of November A-Z 26 division, leather tab index. Bound bladiaq oprk Lei.a! Greta $925

j 1,t paid to Mr. Sapp Wednesday as he started across the street 79:19.:Dnted at. 1 IIue thin 1 :< <> the.o'clock 22nd.A.day M. of October la durable Imitation leather, colors red or black. Steel back Siaadard fo 'to gde1 boerd f fM..!a l.efl>K IIII
1938.OFFICIAL. with automatic locking device. Push button, fez quick open.: p0habad .. cepdp lq
to the postoffice. Ttrok of BrlgaR
( A. J.$57\1 ) Lag, nd key required. Sheets are while Ivorydal ledger ,
THOMAS
-0WE clerk of ,Circuit.. Court of paper, 24 substance. Sheet six* 6x9}$ inches. at h'v. ref..
Bradford County, Florida.
KNOW WE'RE WELL OFF IO-28-St-lt-ll.( ak tErp
j 24120 Gas.., pct..
Americans who complain about the high cost of living 8-0 M., D-Iptt Fisk 24110 24080 24020 7 :101YJ0008' aR'ab

should live in Germany for a little while. Latest reports Ruby Ledq.r Outfit-lied 54,00 NOmad-qm p 0 =11 y 52 29o2ooor

+' from that country show some startlingly high prices for certain Ruby Ledq.r Outfit-Black 4.00 a .igPl hyvy 2 ags
a
l : foods. A few typical examples are per pound : beef Uo- haMSii_ _,SQ.t:.Eh..t."Wfci*sr.DU tenl.h.d.nt.4|i dg.*with,Boluo a h.r..d.r.d.*Column"I Ge sw Te'f= o aavalbio, q
.... O .kIt.a 6k
I BO Oh*!?** t p(..
ttf tenderloin, sixty-eight cents ; hamburger, thirty-three cents; 22710 C.nfup A'4'

I S chicken, forty-five cents; butter, fifty-eight cents; coffee, 23663 193f=Ilk -

'A $1.08 ; sugar, fourteen cents ; eggs per dozen, sixty cents. y Blue Ituu..wt :14 8 i2.2B

i{ 1 These prices apply to the German worker whose basic wager Or..a Brawn. Ruaw.... 2't r}

4 Js between $17.50 and $26.50 for a forty-four hour week. al'

r Perhaps one reason we complain so much in this coun'y
AND DKINK THE nEST
1,, t r is that deep down In our hearts we know that we're well FROM ,

'Y 1 i off. If we were oppressed by the high prices and low wages i

r'n rw\ ;; I now in effect in Germany we would not have the spirit norIfttf PETERSON'SDAIRY

: ,1 the courage to complain.
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i I j IF YOU CAN AFFORD IT-BUY IT I $ 2 05B

i ; i : Buy the things you need, and want, and can afford to New' low rTice*. Canary Bond, red and LEDGER OUTFIT $
I' have is the thought expressed recently in an Ohio newspaper. Une. ruling; Bull Bond, ,brow and gieemruling. 800
t 10 ub. paper, SO sheet\ to a pad.
:ti .,t I "There is too much inactive money," the writer continues.! Tea pad pet box. Six 8| *14. Consists ol dorable brown eordnroy' 'binder with

j 1 There has been of buying clothing furniture, p... black imitation leather back and cosa.r.. 200
postponement white
". C Buff DIptl,,, .. Ivorydale) sheet. 28 sab. ledger, "regular ledger" rolln
'. .. .. floor covering, draperies, electrical conveniences, and numberless > G DAYS at_. 8'10 110. Ilea operated and A-Z leather with k.tab,.. 26 division iDd... Standard ledoier mechanism

t : other large and small items. '7104 B710. 4 col., with Dame apace S30fJ
LE 7106 B7105 SooL, with 111_ apace 2.08 Nseh... 8a..t"" D7107 .. i ..-
}! 1 f The man who spends less than his means would normally STIN TO RADIO* B7107 7 cot.,DO name IIpaoe 3.08 J r
i 7110 B7110 10 col., with n.m..pao. ::1.15 02040 9Jld U XagU Ledger Outfit 93.00 eewh
the who
'; ; dictate is as much of a burden on the country as man ]1O40B 4.90 tKO_
9"d.'" Sha.< per
*ooly
it CARPENTER'SNOV. _. Otb.er.tM8 up to 30 l-nm"t proportionately priced.
ii sill II (Continually spends more than he can afford. Spend wisely j -

:C r and frugally. Don't let yourself get in the hole. But always -&-.:

i remember that sound spending is vital to the maintenance of
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k i LWiV i, I 1:tt f: ) our standard of living, to the of prosperity.advancement of recovery, and 4 Bradford County TelegraphPAGE

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