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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: November 4, 1938
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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SIXTY STAKKE.: FLORIDA. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 4. 1938 NUMBER FORTY-THREE 4'vOLVM

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STARKE LOSES THIRD MARRIED MEN WIN WITH AID INTEREST '
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RESPECTED ClayTo PECAN SALE I Thanks to the magniflcient cooperation --deceptive plays until they were on IN AMENDMENTS .t'fj: '.h)i" ,: :;:

... of Referee B. Jacobs, the single mens' goal line, scoring J ,I'' ,
married men emerged victoriouson on a pass from Williams Cox. ,

CITIZEN NEXT WEEK the long end of a 6-O score in Re-enactment of the Battle of MOUNTING :; :
an epic game of touch football Bull Run was narrowly averted In .!\;: .:

-_ Vase here Tuesday afternoon.It the last quarter when the single .
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was a hotly contested game men finally got within scoring ''I'
A' JI. larbjDied Saturday I Prices Strengthen A with everyone in there fighting diatance. Alvarez shot a pass to liscussioPro and Con ; 1,'

After 36 Years :: This dark daughter of Bradford County, Little At Second every minute, but no one worked Tyson then Tyson to Alvarez, who Heard As Election .' \

Business Here a student in the Graham colored school, Is any harder than the referee to Insure by that time was over the goal ",,',

In T. coming back from the river with a pan I AuctionThe I a married-man victory over, line, but the referee called the Nears ',

full of moist, red clay--carrying it in the ...,.- I the luckless bachelors. I play back and penalized the single j-: H :'
Part and parcel of Starke passed t '. Although dissatisfaction fifteen The the four (/
traditional manner of her race. The clay third pecan auction sale will was men yards, claiming importance con'l
away Saturday night at 10:30: ;L''; will be used for fashioning vases and other be held at the State Farmers Market -1 rife and there were many mum their man with the ball had been stitutlonal amendments to be voted '' )
I o'clock with the death of A. M. "" "' here bled threats against life and limb touched. next Is stressed
',' l I 'Ttvyrsday, November on Tuesday being .j'H, ,
ornamental for the
things home, of
i Darby, who had been la business some 10, beginning wr; 2 p. m., it was of the referee, perfect order was I The single men countered with this week as Bradford Countlona W j
I litre in the same location for the ;: f"" which will doubtless be on display in Starke announced following- meeting of maintained throughout the 'I the charge that the referee was and voters through out all Florida ,!'!;"

(put thirty-six years. .; 'p I next! week when the colored schools of the I the market committee here Wednesday probably due in part to game'j' "touched" (you know where) but conduct last-minute discussion ofWI".dIS\ :". [,,

Although he bad been In declln- .t1''' ., county hold their annual exhibition. The ] afternoon. that the referee appeared I their yelps' ended abruptly when the Issues to be settled by tfte General ,, ":
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3 lug health for some time death "-.l">/" '1, '\ .".'.'I\..., negro children are taught to make many | More than 14,000 pounds of scene with a .43 caliber pistol on I that gentleman caressed one of his Election ticket. ,:. ""u'!

I came as the Immediate result of a I'J '-,*"; ,""' ." ,.I,,""' .!' useful and ornamental things from waste nuts were sold at the auction hereon each hip, a double-barrel shotgun forty-fives with an itchy finger. Since only one Democratic nominee \ ',

I nine-days' illness which brought 1 'f,' ,.. >" 1 material or from natural resources, such as Thursday of last week, grossing across his shoulder, and a large Still disgruntled, the single men Senator Claude Pepper, has ;'; "! '.

I to a close his seventy-two years ,:;; ; ll this Santa Fe River clay. Their annual sellers $905.DO. Prices! ranged from sign on his hat which read "WHAT are challenging the Henpecks to Republican opposition, balloting JJ.J., .'
I of life exactly half of which had r I SAY GOES." a return game next Tuesday after for all other state and county nominees J I.',
.j ,;. : W t' exhibit of handiwork done during the year six: cent for seedlings to fifteen I f; ,
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been devoted largely to building ." I cents for The gaime started promptly noon. It Is impossible to say at will be pure formality. However )re, I .
/ 1j1.t 'j always attracts the interest of a large number Schleys The new system
I up and carrying on his well-known ,t.. I' of lot thirty minutes after the scheduled this time whether or not health I last minute arguments over X,,, ,1.. ,: '
I bUBln sll.Arthur. : f.lr; r' of white people who are usually aston numbering and auctioning time with Williams off and conditions two of the <
.::: .It1 kicking will allow the same referee one or proposed amend /
.. :'i f< ished at the I Inaugurated by the market
practical instruction
I Morgan Darby was bornin 1, ; being Struth holding. The Henpecks recovered to officiate. Nothing serious ments la provoking Home interest. t: '
last
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given in the colored schools. management week received <
Starke, October 20, 1866. He tJ'!' ; JLJ should plan to visit the exhibit here Everyone next favorable comment both from buy- and from then on It was had happened to him up until press They are discussed as follows: i ;
Kaa the son of John Darby and week. I era and sellers. only a matter of a few passes and j time yesterday. 1. To extend homestead exemption \,t' ',\

I Clara Darby, pioneer settlers of ---- _. -------- benefits to single and widowed : ', 'ipOl'sons
I section who moved here In i Growers are requested to bring \ ;
this
11881 having come to Florida several -1, CANOVA HOMEDAMAGED BIG their pecans during the morning: 3 INJUREDIn ADMIRAL It Is explained that the present ,
PARADEWill
hours of the date of "
I ) years previously from I sale when they WILLIAMS DIES law only extends homestead exemptions ): ..
will be
received up to time for '
Iton to individuals who ',
S CAt Charle8-1 are 'i: i
I the age of The home of Mrs. E. E. Cunova FeatureHOMECOMING 'I ed starting not to the auction. They are POk-1 Accidents near Admiral Yancy S. Williams heads of families. Yet thousands of !;/<,. j
them the
I Darby moved to Macclenny where was badly damaged last Friday bilng to market -I brother of T. S. Williamsof single persons and widows who .it ;
on the dAy,\ i
I be remained in business for the night when fire started, it Is believed Fourteen buyers preceding the sale. I Stui'ke, (lied Tuesday In the have no "families" of which they :

I next nineteen years. It was there from sparks falling on the hare last were represented THIS WEEK Naval Hospital at San Diego, Cal., are the head, own their own homes "

I that he was married in 1886 to Ida shingle roof She was alone In I .week as the result of heart disease. He In which they live. Under the proposed ',
I Lee Wolfe whose parents had come the house at the time, around 8 ---- -- --- was sixty-two years of age, and amendment, the tax exemption ,; .

I from Georgia and were among the o'clock and was cot aware of the If. H. S. Alumni To lIe ONLY 7 MILESOF I Truck Catches On Fire_ was a veteran naval officer and would be extended to cover J ,
I early residents of Lake City. I fire until notified by the railroad n former commander of the special these dwellings.. II "

I Returning to his old< home in night watchman who saw it from Honored At Reception ROAD 13 After Hitting S.A.L. ervlce squadron In Central AmerIcan 2 To require advance notice of I: r .'

11902, Mr Darby started the business -I his tower Just a block away. I: Signal Block waters. legislation affecting cities and t i
Next
I Friday Immediate completion of only towns.It .
which he remained closely I
to .J'
Practically all furniture, fixtures Admiral Williams was born in -
seven miles of the
I devoted for the next thirty-six clothing, and the wedding -- I ty of Road 13 unfinished twen- Three accidents Monetta, S. C.. and entered the is pointed out that at present' t;j I ,
A between Baldwin causing InjurIes bills )
He held the respect and patriotic program In front of: affecting the purely local Interests
years gifts of Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Pat- Naval Academy from that statein
and Callahon of
less
Is serious ,
or
good will of the community and ten, Mrs. Canova's son-in-law and the school building next Friday I contemplated by more degree, 1894. He was executive officer of some communities can ?' t j*
toe fact that his business remained daughter, were saved, with very morning at 11 o'clock will inaugurate -. the State to information Road Department, according have week.occurred here during the past of the battleship Delaware in the be introduced into the legislatureand ;;.' ,
through depressionyears B. H. S.'s annual Homecoming received by acted upon without notice to t .
prosperous little loss from breakage. Mr. and the World War and received the Navy .1
as well as boom times is a Mrs. Patten had just returned as well as marking the I Telegraph this week from J. Shortly after midnight last Fri Cross for conspicuous service In residents of the community. It Is. f ':

tribute to his good managementand about two hours previously from ance of Armistice Day. observ-j, H. .Dowllng Mr. state highway engineer day, Bill Weldon employee of preventing the ship from being therefore, possible for small factions jT"" "
close attention. The will be Dowling's letter came In Container Corporation of Feman- to rush through legislation r :
their wedding trip to New Orleans, program held truck by a torpedo fired by a
Funeral services were held but were visiting friends at the open since the auditorium is too I i response to an inquiry made by dlna, driving a station wagon belonging German submarine In the North to their advantage without the majority ;j )
the
day afternoon at three o'Mon-// time the fire started. small to accomodate the entire ) Telegraph In order to settle to the company, struck a of the public being aware of i! '::

from the Baptist Church student body. The local American definitely conflicting reports and signal block at the Seaboard station Sea.When it. The amendment will require 30 ,
The alarm sounded during the to learn exactly what work stricken by his last Illness "
Rev L A Shepherd conductingthe Legion post will have charge of was here with such force that the days public notice in the affected J'
height of festivities at the Halloween planned in connection with this Important he was making plans to visit "
concrete block
brief service. He was assistedby the main part of the program and was cracked and area before introduction of the local ,,
carnival here and his brother here and would have '
many htgl'wyy.; the of the
the Rev. Fred Yerkes of the there will be group singing of engine automobile was bill. 1'1 :;
people paid little attention, thinking Mr. Dowling's letter stated: "Ap- telescoped Into the body. The ma- arrived some time last week If 3. To give schools
Episcopal Church. Interment wasIn songs appropriate to Armistice an equal ,'1IIit; j'"
It his health had "
false ,
was alarm.
merely a permitted
Crosby Lake Cemetery under proximately twenty miles remainto chine caught on fire, causing the claim with other state departments : J
the direction of DeWitt C. Jones. However, when it was discoveredthat Day.The be paved between Baldwin and alarm to be turned In, but the T. S. Williams will attend the I to money In the state gen- : ,, I Icml
it was a real fire, a large big, parade, commemorating. funeral services which will be heldIn .. '
Callahan. flames
A -- We have. Altn.. <'At..tI. were extlnlZUl h.,1 h fnta rpv..n".__ ?_.n.l. ,
Active pall bearers were C. --- --- -- ---- --n. -
I crowd gathered and assisted In removing Homecoming, Armistice Day, ana ar'lv; dn'Th-d--ive: Washington, D. C., with burialIn
funds in our Federal Aid the truck ",
Programto sustained The of this
Knight. W H. Hart, H. V Knight, the beginning of the Red Cross purpose amendment,
articles from the Arlington National .
IT house. complete the paving of approximately Injuries to his knee and jaw Cemetery.The which Is being ,1 I
T Long, Dr. J. W. Brownlee, supported by most
Roll Call, will start from the school will
Scouts did be
Boy good work and assisted body shipped East today -
seven miles. The and was carried to Jacksonville )
I and E. L Matthews. in maintaining order. house at one o'clock, proceed remaining a educators, Is to make support of ; ''i
Besides his widow, Mr Darby is through the business section, and portion will be built as soon as hospital the following day. the state schools a fixture in the ,';,
I survived by two sons, J. Morgan Firemen got the blaze under con- end at the municipal ball park funds are available. We expect to Monday afternoon about 2 -- -- state program. It will thus be certain .; II,

Darby, and Charles A. Darby; five trol before it burned through to where the B. H. S. Tornadoes meet let contracts on construction of the o'clock D. E. Jonson, local Jewelerand 3 CENT RATEDISCUSSED the schools have sufficient .
the lower floor and only the roof seven miles In the early part of and the school boards 'I'
watch support
daughters, Mis. DeWitt C. Jones, Chlefland at 2 o'clock in one of repairman, was slightly can ,
Gainesville, Mrs. Qeo. W. Marks, was a complete Ions Damage was the most important football next year. injured when struck by Peggy plan accordingly. ;jJ.,;
games
I DeLaml Mrs. S. L. Peek, Starke, covered by insurance and repair of the season. The parade will Apparently, reports that the department while driving across the railroad I. 4. To take away the governor': ., ;"
Mrs I work on the home will probably be i planned to pave the entire track Madison The City Council met Tuesday 'power to remove national
C W Chalker, Starke, and feature high school girls on Ave. The Sea- guard
started carryIng night at 7:30: o'clock In the City I .1'
soon.NEGRO twenty miles next are I officers without
Mrs year board trial. .J'JI' !
Phil F Maguire, Washington, Red Cross flags, members of branch-line train was com military
Hall and at their '
D c Also surviving are two the National Guard, and Boy unfounded. I ing in from Its dally run to Belle, special Invita- J It; Is pointed out that, on the ,

brothers Charles D. Darby, Palatka -, SCHOOL Scouts. The Red Cross will also .- but Mr. Jonson says he failed to tion, the Board of Bond Trusteesmet one hand, the amendment will .1 j : '

and James C Darby. Jacksonville be represented by a float. The Townsend Mass Meet I I notice Its approach. His automo- with them. A prolonged discussion -, strengthen the national guard by J' .

and two sisters, Mrs. C. L. EXHIBIT order and formation of the Darade A muss meeting of supporter bile was badly damaged. ,omtlrtmont_ of_ light.In._ _ilutlsn__plant_.._._expenses tfm__ .r\trtrw\u.....and._.._ j i 1eil 1 putting.. I it_:. under.the__ general. regu- ; : '
Hitch Oakland Cal., and Mrs. H. I will be under the direction of Elmo of the Townsend Plan will be held Monday night about 10 o'clock, 'rmn inLiuim vi LOU vvar uepanmeni., ';f'. ,
Handiwork of students In the low cooking rate between the
C Richard, Palatka. Struth.A at the court house here Monday Lillian Wchle, school girl, while | and prevent the possibility of ever .:t' :
j; colored school of Bradford Coun- two bodies brought no Immediate "
having It "
--.--- at 7:30 i turned into a political JImachine.
night o'clock. Speakers will crossing Call St., was struck by ,
special Homecoming
ty will again be displayed at the program results other than an agreement On the other
I annual exhibition to be held here between halves of the game will be Congressman Lex Green, FredJ. I' an automobile driven by Caslton of closer cooperation and a prom- !| ponenta hold that such hand, will up- 'j4'!

JURY LIST : next Monday and Tuesday at 228 Include colorful entertainment by Moen of Seffner, and W. H. Chastain. She received a broken IHD, on the pail of the board to give I|! remove important state action control '
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Hayes of Gainnavllle. from the J
Irg The
"No driver of
I the cheer leaders.A one can Impact. the
Call St. (In the Woodbrldge buildIng matter earnest attention with 'over the state militia and "
For : east of the railroad tracks). reception for all past gradu-j speakers afford to miss hearing the these able I I the the car accIdent was not held responsiblefor in the next 60 days. far easier for the guard, to make be uued.an it. IJfI: ,

Circuit CourtPICKED I Those who have attended the two ates of B, H. S., with the Senior expound wond'rTownsend .. The council leoommenilecl that an Instrument to foist tin authoritarian I '. .4'
philosophy, Ernest ---- -- -
exhibitions will be I Class hosts will be held In the
previous eagerto as the Trustees In the future give regime on the nation. ,
see the new articles that have Woman Club at 8 o'clock. A I club Thornquest, said this, speaking week. for A the local Mrs. Charlotte Coffin I the council a report of receipts and j Officers and men of the National I'T \ C

I been made of waste and Inexpensive dance, sponsored by the Little of special music Is planned.program Funeral!! services' for Mrs. disbursements every thirty days Guard favor this amendment, holdIng C, '

material. Women, will begin at 9. I --- ..- lotte Coffin, who died at char-I ua provided by law. that officers under the amend- h ,

A musical program will also be _All_.. D'mrliiAtfiH _nnil_._ Homlfl____ __ of__ thp_ : - John town home TiinMilAV., trnnn. Mayor.... W.. K.. _VltKllAtnn'u. ment. will b. annnlnt.,1. ..nt..lv. .., nn, '
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fall Term JJ'ill Convene 'given by the- colored children at schools a-------in Starke and other communities ''I ifirt/is held at the Lake Butler 'Baptist I I recommendation, $11.80 of a $30 I the ba81or;; military;-.- ; proficiency: 1.:: : ,

Here I the court house Tuesday night at are cordially Invited to be '!. Mr. and Mrs. Walter H White Church Thursday aftemoon of last fine was remitted to ,)' e'

Monday, g o'clock. The general public Is guests of B. H. S. at all programs, 'I.'I Brooker, twin girls, Oct. 21. week. Mrs. Coffin was 83 years.I I After paying current bills, the fol1 according to the general epecl-! '

Nov. It Invited and there will be no admis- and are asked to help make the I Mr. and Mrs. Carl Carter, Law- old. For over 60 years she waif the 1 lowing members present adjourned flcatlons of the war departMent I,(

sion charge. day a success and one to be long I i I ley. boy, November 1. devoted companion of John P. : W M. Edwaida, chairman; W Bradford County has 3.60O quail- ,

Thp Jury list for the fall term I ---. remembeied. I I I Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Brown, Coffin, who preceded her In death I L Wall. L A Cunova. H A. Bishop fled electors but in spite of get- ,J "

*f circuit court, which convenes I Names RestoredAt I I Sampson, boy, October 29. by only 18 days. and Carl Johns, Clerk I out-the-vote efforts It Is doubtful r .

here Monday, November 14, was a special meeting of the To Be ClosedThe Mr. and Mrs. Arthur J. Schar- If more than fifty percent of them :

men drawn Saturday. The following Board of County Commissionersheld Florida Bank at Starke will I land, Hall's Lake, boy, Oct. 3. 'I CHINESE METROPOLIS TAKEN BY JAPS I will go it to Is an the"off polls year"Tuesday election.because .; .'
will here last the follow-
serve: Saturday Mr. and MrsJ/Owen R. Alvarez '
be closed two days next week, Polls. open at 8 o'clock In thet Jl'1
L B Crosby O. E. Crosby ing the names were' ordered books:restored Ethel Tuesday being General Election Starke. boy,: October o. I : morning and will close in thl,* "

AI L Conner F. F. Flume Dixon to in registration one W. G. Halle Day and Friday, Armistice Day- I Mr. and Mrs. Elmo L. Tillls, county at sundown, officially set ,'
precinct
J I R Mott James Rosier I ; both legal holidays. It la not yet Waldo, girl October 26. at 9:36: p. m.
W H Hart R. L. Gainey and Maude C. Halle In precincttwo known whether or not stores will Mr. and Mrs. Henry F. Warren, :- .--- ..:
Frink, Pearl Frink,
T C Hazen W. S. Johns I ; Aubrey close on Armistice Day. Waldo, boy, October 27. One of the United States first I
Martin Oliver and Myrtle Oliver,, _
Cliff Kelly S. R. Swindell in three Louis Mobley S.M. railroads was that between Tallahuaaee !rr i .'
C J Crews precinct ; RE A Lines Card of and St. ,I I
Newn Burney Mickens and Ida Mabry in precinct EnergizedRural Thanks Murka. The first :, _
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trunk line
Davis W. M. Reddish railroad In Florida was
seven. Electrification lines into We wish to thank our many .
E. E: North J. A. Ellington Brooker were energized last week friends for their kindness and sym constructed between Fernandina 1' )

L.W. P. Smith Luther Harrell Tobacco Demonstrator and that community Is now being I pathy during the Illness of our and Cedar Key. I,,g gP1c.edff1DfQqs.

I C, Johns A. B. Surrency served with power from the plant loved one, G W. Bowers. May -- ;:
I E. A. Sapp Walter Underhill I Charles Hardy, tobacco demon- of the Clay Cooperative Association God bless and keep each one.
JJ. D Carter Glisson strator for the Columbia County -
Eldredge at Keystone Heights. --The Bowers families. '
Harry Stern R. R. Andrews Finance Company, was a visitor to 8 ;
". G, Moody Wes Wilkerson the Telegraph office Thursday ot I 11' I. "
Card ThanksI '
* C. Geiger Guy C. Edwards morning. He stated that he Is still All-day Turkey ShootThe u' 1'I' "
J.H. Saxon Lawrence Wiggins working In this county and will be wish to thank everyone who of- Starke Gun Club will stage

G. Duncan Frank M. Norman ready to help finance tobacco feted assistance In moving articlesto an all-day turkey and skeet shoot :, 1

-.-- growers as goon as the control safety during the fire which on November 11, Armistice Day.

Attractive i election Is held In December. damaged my residence last Friday Thirty-six turkeys will be fired for I H t
AdditionThe _. night. and arrangements are being made : Ma says to Pa she wants to go !! _
old back-bar at Carpenter's Store FrontA :Mrs. E. E. Canova. I to have refreshments at the- field. '.,( U- live with our klnfolkn for times 1 11'

j drug store has been removed and New I -. ?,. --..--..--- 1 ,tare' so hard and we could live with PI I ,
lIs: place taken by modern, Luml- new plate glass' front is be- | them so cheap.
line Chief Alvarez Sick May Is QualifiedIt I _
lighted equipment that adds ing put In at the grocery store j Pa says nothing doing. He say. ,
more to the attractiveness of the formerly owned by J. C. Manning, I A. L Alvarez. chief of police Is, wall stated In last week's Is- I II I kinfolk. are funny things They iMr" I _
store than i but recently purchased by J. B. confined to his home here with a'' sue that no one had qualified as I CANTON, China. -An air view of the center of Canton, largest will eat half have I
item and then '
any other single 1 1t you
in South into which the
" will cover alight attack of appendicitis. It Is bond trustee from District city China Japanese tank corps rumbled '
the The glass window county I ,
get mad if don't i
many made Sapp. you give them .
Improvements t last week, to score one of the most astounding victories of the Chinese- _
Gently.: almost the entire front of the store expected that he will be on the Four This warn a mistake as H. I the other half, Pa ; ,
The klnfolka
new fountain Is now Japanese war, The tanks were followed by detachments of the South says _
"ompletely and will greatly brighten the Interior Job again today or tomorrow. DurIng D. May had qualified and his name China force which can get mad and
installed and toasted I expeditionary Just ten days ago landed in the shores quicker stay mad .
mlwlchea( coffee, and hot choc of the store by letting In I his Illness his son, Vincent, Is will appear on the ballot to be of Bias Bay, 123 miles southeast of the metropolis. The bridge span I'I'I I longer than any one else.'j' _

olate,, are now being served. more light. I plnch-hittlnr for him. used here next Tuesday. J I ning the river Is the Halohu Bridge .. -.By W. L. George. "H1/

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iF- I'' I 3 of the Constitution of the State I as to
Florida and the same were mad .i ', ,
and State of ,
Northeast Section 5 the 1 19.10 lu Olive W nodilnrd "Defendant .of Florida amended at the
Quarter unpaid taxen (or yoarn vote of three fifths as general "Suction .' i
EVERGREENMrs. Township 7 South, Range II lyUH both inclusive, amounting to the relief prayed for Is a divorce; I 1ril'l. by members a elected to each election In 1928 be, and the sameIs "h., 1., ,'
& & F. .\. ItOMker, Correspondent Kant containing 6 Acres moreor $104 47. and It appearing that the Defend house; that the votes on said Joint hereby. agreed to and shall be Wn/Sxpi-i. '" ,y,";,:,;; '. 'hili
lesfi. ALSO: West 3PO ft of SVt' atBWVi ant's residence In No 3 Elm Street entered upon their : submitted for ratification or rejection eluding '' G..
Kosolutlons were
Said( Certificate No. 36, embraces \ Of 8K14!\ Boo. 26 TV. 5 H. tt. Boston, Massachusetts that' she Is respective. Journals with the yeas by the qualified electors of the ben..fll. nVallhi"vrf"'V'I ; '";, ", '" '10.,
t" Mrs J. E. Rosier la upending Southeast Quarter of Southwest 88 H.] 8 Acres, more of I...... over the aire of tweny-one; yearsand and nays thernnn, and they did determine State of Florida voting at the general public fro,. ", h.,.,, : ,, H.ll"I '
In Fort Pierce with Quarter fk Northwest Quarterof The taxes to be Mold ore evidenced that there Is no person or persons and direct that the said election to be held In November cordani-i-. with \ii'i', ,,''''' "' 101"1'.H I.?, ""
k several weeks Southeast Quarter, Section 9 )>y certificates I Nos. 270 and 800 of In the State of Florida the ""1'- Joint Resolutions be submitted to A. I). 1938; : tJI Is to say thatSection Constitution 'uni ,, i 10,' x" .,1 f!.',
-1 tier daughter Mrs. Paul Glover. Township 7 South Range SIBant 19.12 A 1833 respectively, and represent I vice of process tvpon whom would the electors of the State at the containing Acres moreor unpaid taxes for the :yearn personally bind said defendant. Election In November 1938. of the State: of Florida shallbe fiscal v'N, ',, ,.
of f
A Mr. and Mrs. Guy Rosier IT 13 THEHEFOHB: ORDERED, amended so as to read as follows olent. ''"", '
A. :
less.. 1931 to 19:18: both Inclusive amounting : NOW, TI1EHEFORB\ I, R. sum to lION I 1'',,, !
F : Detroit Mich., spent Tuesday of Said. Certificate. No. 40, embrace. to Ul81.ALHO : that said Defendant. Is hereby required Gray Secretary of State of the State faction 21. In all cases emener- Interest of t hi '""IlIei)1| I il;
week with his sister Mra.Ruswll South Half. of Northwest Quarter : NS4\ of NWH\ of NIC% Kx- to appear In said cause on of Florida, do hereby give notice ated In' the preceding aSn"J'tr"'u alllaws ness of tho Stit"B; : "HHiw4
t'. last of Northeast Quarter A W X A Section 87 Tp. I 8. R. or before the 6th day of December that a shall be general -
Redding:. North Half. of Southwest Quar- 23 I18] Acre, morn or less. A. D. 1988 otherwise the alterations GENERAL ELECTION" form operation throughout the A JOINT RESOI.I'TII...
of said Bill of will betaken In each county In Florida State but In all cases. not enumerated an Amendment 1'
be held
evidencedby Complaint will
Sec. The taxes to be sold are t lu ,1"11" ,j, !
of Northeast Quarter j I. \\P"lot
ter :
-I ': Miss Mary GaskIn spent several tlon 16 Township 7 South Range certificate Nun. 287 and 81* of 1932 as confessed and a Decree Fro on Tuesday: next succeeding; the or excepted In that Section: Con..lltUtlon. of l.'l''''Id", lil'I"\(\ r Ih,
Confesso entered against tier first Monday In November A. D. the Legislature may pass special or the State Miiitlt, "
with herniece. i hv
t last week here and 1933 respectively and represent II.
< days 21 East containing Acre.. I the local laws, except as now or hereafter Rn A"dlnK" ''
that being; Addltlon..1
IT IS FURTHER ORDERED : a !i4ot" .. 14rt
for the 1931 to "
unpaid taxes
or less. and Containing; In years I 19imTrlatgA'I'i'e: otherwise. p, .
Mra. R. Redding. more this order be published once each OF NOVEMBERfor provided In the Constitution plloab1e 10 the y'j, lUll,
{ IHKR: both Inclusive, amounting to \ Lii '
all 128 Acre.. more or Ie... PROVIDED that ad ) :
of localor
:
Tues- week for four consecutive weeks In the ratification or rejection no Troops n"IOI
Mrs. R. 9. Rosier spent 155.65.HaIrt. .
,
"
',' The assessment of the said property with the Bradford County Telegraph a the said Joint Resolutions proposing special bill shall be passed nor National u rndW" It" II'Irl' ;
CON day of last week with Mrs. Claude under said certificate No. 8* all subsequent tax certificate omitted together or Levied newspaper published In and of general amendments to the Constitution shall any local or special. law establishing BE! 11' RE-IO'.VJi:1J! '
wa. In the name of Jim Prldveon; the State of Florida, vie: or abolishing! municipalities :liT: THE
/{; Johns at the State Farm. taxes will be Bold to the highest circulation In Bradford County of IRLA'I'URE OF 1'tij.: L..I
the assessment of the said property Florida. A JOINT RESOLUTION Proposingthe or providing for their government FLORIDA H1'ATF: ,
By I A Revival meeting will start under said certificate No. 16 wa. In bidder at the Courthouse door In Amendment of Section 7 of Article jurisdiction and powers, or altering amendment: That i Ih". l"II"r
the name of Walter Robinson: and Slarke on the 11th day of November This 6th day of October. A. D. X of the Constitution Relating. or amending I the same, be Constitution 10 AI lIll.i.. XIV ,
Baptist 01
here at the Missionary of
-1.\ 19.18, at 11:00 o'clnrlc A. M. 193H. )o'lorlh, tho
notice ,
of Homesteadsfrom passed unless of Intentionto
the asiessment of the said property to the Exemption the relallo,
Slate
,
HOME J Church Sunday night. Services will under said certificate No. 40 wa. In Dated. this the 22nd day of October (OFFICIAL, SEAL) Taxation. apply therefor shall have been an addltlollal Mllllh' ty' .''dIIIIK, Ih.,,:

NEED: i be conducted by the pastor H. M. the name of Walter Robertson. ( 1038.OFFlCIAL. SEAL) A.ieic J. THOMAS Circuit Court UR IT RESOLVED BY THIS LEO- I published In the manner providedby a. S"'IIOII 6 or Ha"lIon)90.Id I"", b. kn,.
of the law where the
Unless said certificate. shall be ISLATtTRE OF THE! STATE OF matter or thing Specially trtjrii
,
: of Jacksonville. The pub- A. J. THOMAS be affected applicil I... this, XI
FOR Tillman. 'redeemed according to law the Bradford County Florida. FLORIDA: That the followingamendment to may be situated Iy r"colrnl.,1 r.d'"I"
lic Is cordially invited to attend.HamiltonKoHlrr therein will be Clerk of Circuit Court of 10.14.Kt.ll.11.n n __ u.NO'rICE. of Section 7 of ArticleX which notice shall. be published In I .A 'h..._ IIla\:. .. I, ""p, kn.I
: properties described bidder at the i liradford, County. Florida -th..Co--.tjtuUon of -the State the manner provided bylaw at least -as-reed-- to 5.'a and | tjujird' 'tV i;;;;:'
sold to the highest .
Agreet Court-House door on the first Monday I I 0-28-8t-11-11. ) UP 1:.,F c'rIO" of Florida relating; to the exemptionof thirty days prior to IntroductionInto to the electors of shii th l,. h. '.1I1'101lt.' '
the ho! ', Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Rosier are homesteads from taxation be, the Legislature of any such Ida for ratificatio, blat. 01 Flor
In the Month of November 1988. I ,,
To the Sheriff of Bradford County and the same la hereby, agreed to, hill. The evidence that such notice the next "'J.,1100 .
announcing the marriage of their which Is the 7th., day of NovemberA. MT4TH OF Fi.nnm*. has been aeneral Elc.'ti. "
4jetitg of State of Florida: and shall be submitted to the electors published shall be established in 1938 as follow, I" b'I"
1.bMJ daughter Pauline to Marion Hamilton D. 1938. COUNTY Of HKAUHOnniIt Be Ilh.1 That I, R. A. Gray of the State at the General In the Legislature before such "R""lIon 6. .
wir Dated this. the 5th., day of October appearing by affidavit filed In Secretary of the State of Florida do Election of RepiesentatlveM. In 1938 bill shall be passed. and such evl- OUARD-a FI.OTlIJJA :. '
.IY borne[ of Winter Beach Fla., which A D. 1929OFFICIAL that certain. caLls In Circuit Court hereby give notice that a for approval or rejection: that Is den.,.. shall be filed or preservedwith he In the Slate) Wh"nov'r of titer 'h.,
( SEAL) Urndford County. Florida. In Chan-. .. .. i*.. the bill In the office Jo".r"ll1. "
act: occurred on Tuesday Oct. 18. Mr. GKNICIIAL ELECTION 'M' said Section 7 of of the Iy re"oll'nla 1"1." ,
fchar A. J. THOMAS. nary entitled Hlanche Talbert Par. will be held In Bradford County Article X of the Constitution be Secretary of State In such. manneras Maine. shall be Nati,11i' IJllard, th
far too : and Mrs. Hamilton are making Clerk of Circuit Court of lsher. Plaintiff vs. I:). U. ParlsherDefendant State of Florida on Tuesday next amended so as to read a. follows: the Legislature lInotfv..t.eai: beet to the l"wf"l aol ,Ie": '" II', IInd IU,
I L ftldered ", their! home in Winter Beach. Bradford County Florida. and the relief prayedfor I Hucreedlng the first Monday. In November lOvery person who has the legal and the fact that such Governor, who shall h."1 lO75t.1l4tOrlI.1 being divorce; that the defendant A. D. 1938 the said Tuesday title or beneficial title In equity to established In the Legislature. shall In Chief (b) The i "''nm'M.,
of 1 1jfcy lmpo4// ,, 4 Is a resident of a state. or country I being' theIlLIl'rIl real property In this State and who In every case be recited upon the shall. be supported ,Niii,, '5.1112 (;UI1
to pur ZIFF unknown to plaintiff and that 1>AV OF NOVKMIIFU 'resides thereon and In good faith Journals of the Senate and of the by the State 'of Kin, IIirl, lIIalnla", ,
0V APPLICATIONFOR there In no person In the State of For United States Senator from makes the same his or her permanent House. of Representatives: PROVIDED provisions. of law prVt'rYbiiJ11.1'i'!
erat.lon Johnnie Lewis Cor. TAX r>KKI) I home or the permanent homeof however, no publication of any 'f"
Florida service of personal process I the State of Flfcrlda, for six years : organisingarming' i" '!
along t tn1: I Senate" Hill No. 13) upon whom would personally bind from Jan. S, 1939. another or others legally or nat such law shall be required hereunder discipline said, Nitlonal" 'n '
.\ ,I, NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN That 'h_ ...4l. .1'An".n' Mnt> UAn.u.n..v.. .. nf thM Stiff urally dependent. upon said person when such law contains a accordant' uilth ,K... _'_ 'OU-M"I.
ed man ; S rtss Hazel Thomas and Miss I>. )oJ. Foray the, holder. of Tax Certificate "'J'I'isORDEii' D. that the defendant Congressional' ; ;;- District: of the Stateof shall be entitled to an exemption provision to the efart that the same gross-anil- -regulation.of. -* :, Vmi,:
t No. 1607, Issued the 7th day from all taxation except for assessments shall not become operative or effective
In the States War ih.J.
te Florida Seventy-sixth
Home ). a'zfe Howard were visiting in I) U. Parlsher appear I Departim-m I
: of ar D. 1933 has filed same of the States.For for special benefits up to the until ratified or approvedat pertaining.. ( ) ..'
t office: the bill. of complaint on the rule d..y'In Congress United c Off I "*r' ,,f ,h j
.
and has made assessed valuation of Thousand a referendum election to be f,
lo .FlorMa Jacksonville: recently. in my application November, the name being; the 7th Attorney General of the Five called orally rxvognlsed Nntnal|,, oiil
deed to be Issued. Dollars the said home andcontl..uou. and held In the territory affected
v several |?. r Henry Shaw was attending to for a tax day November otherwise a Decree State of Florida. on Including the Adjutant Q.S
,
In accordance with
embrace. real defln-
thereon, Said certificate property as a provision shall be appointed sh.iiM
For Three Justices of the Si.preme and
.j metbodj *' In Jacksonville the last.r In Pro Confesso will be entered againsthim ed In Article 10 Section of theConstitution therefor contained In such. bill 1
business the following: described property Court of the State of Florida. 1. or Ject to suspension, \
for his failure to appear. That for the 1939 and provided by general law, dlsrharn, "i
% the the County of Bradford State of year moval or
of the week. this order be published once each For Two Railroad Commissionersof compulsory ,
: Florida. to-wit: thereafter. Said title may be held such, solely on the "SuhLi
bais
stblis A large number of young people North Half. of Northeast Quarter week for four consecutive weeks In For the One State Member of Florida.of the House of by the entireties, jointly or In common A JOINT RESOLUTION Proposingan proficiency, character ':and. !:S'

In the from here attended the Hallowe'en Section IS Township 8 South. the Bradford County Telegraph a Representatives of the State of with others, and said exemption Amendment lo Section 2 of Article as determined arrnrdlng. ,' tr,. V2fS
I Range 22 Kast. containing; 80 newspaper of general circulation may be apportioned among IX of the Constitution of Florida regulations and ii.iageisby \
recipea. party at Brooker Saturday night. Acres, more or Ia... published In Bradford County, Flor- Florida.For Five County Commissioners.For such of the owners as shall reside Relating to Taxation and Finance law .anything: In this""lieU",-,.n.lIl"'",.
convent! Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Baxter and The assessment. of the said prop- ida. thereon as their respective Interests hv Adding Thereto a Requirement tlon to the contrary .
Three Members of the County n..t\VlthHII'\\
under the said certificate Issued Witness my hand and official seal shall appear but no such ..s. That the Legislature. Shall Ing. (d) The inialifkBii, ,
bouaewl ,' li. O. and Johnnie Lewis spent erty. was In the name of C. II. of this said court this the 6th day Hoard Five of Members Public Instruction.For of Bond Trus. :::'JtIa"rf. more than Five Thous Provide for Raising Revenue to ers and soldiers nf thr F..d..01 ..rll..,
shall he allowed Defray State .
\ corresp< last Sunday in Starke with their Drake.. of (October A. D. 1938. to anyone Appropriations Mad.for Kecognlscd National (Ouard; hail
OFFICIAL SEAL) tees. person or any one dwelling the Benefit nf the Uniform System proscribed In I
said certificate shall he ( mllltuiy ,
er buslr grandfather W. J. Johns and Mr. .Unless A. J. THOMAS. In Testimony Whereof, I house nor shall the amount of the of Public Free Schools, and of promulgated In accordant i leuulatio.
redeemed according to law the have hereunto set hand. With ti
my allowed the State Institutions
exemption of
Thomas.J. Clerk of Circuit Court of any person exceed Higher .general specifications of
and Mrs. Mallory the n.
As a described therein will be
property and affixed the Great Seal the proportionate assessed valuation Learning as a Part of the expenses War Department.. "
oi J. W. Lewis spent the week-end sold to the highest bidder at the Bradford County Florida.T. of the State of Florida, at based on the Interest ownedby of the State and on an Equality The votes. rant In ( ,,
court house door on the first Monday FRANK LAND11UM "nmpIL ".. "I'!'
Tallahassee the
Capital such The Legislature Therewith.
Hon acf,| in Jacksonville and was accompanied -' In the month of December 1938 Attorney for Plaintiff. this the first day of Sep may prescribe person.appropriate and reaa.onable He IT RESOLVED BT TIlE: LEGISLATURE .said canvass proposed iluclaratlony amtindmrnt. ,, .nil, ,,., and II

'did sysfij home by Mrs. Lewis who has which Is. the 6th day of December, I 10-7-6t-ll-4 tember. A. D. 1938. laws regulating\ : the mannerof !" OF THE STATE:! ) OF thereof, shall be sulijei-l) ,t.ret, '
I 1938. It. A. GRAY.80cr'IRry establishing. the said FLORIDA That. the. o I'
been her son and daugh. : right to : following same regulations 'i.strl
visiting :tlont
buelneto ; I IV TimMK OF TUB STATH OF "
b nnted this 19th day of October of State. exemption.A amendment of Section 2 of ArticleIX are provided by !las' fr
ci1 wItI1 e ter-in-law Mr. and Mrs. P. W. 1938. KI.OIIIIl To lion. A. O. Andreu Sheriff of the Constitution of Florida elections In the Stati: of rioridi.gonei I '
Lewis. (OFFICIAL SRAL: ) TO: OL.IVH W. nODDA RD. whose Bradford County. JOINT RESOLUTION Proposingan relating to taxation and finance be IN TESTIMONY: W11EHSC
an4tha A. J. THOMAS ,residence is No. 3 Kim Street: Bos- 9-9-81-11-4. Amendment to Section 21 of Ar- and the same Is. hereby agreed to I have. I h.-i: : unto.. >ot., )
ng mos t Mr. and Mrs. A. Z. Mann, Mrs. Clerk of Circuit Court of tun, Massachusetts.It tide 8 of the Constitution of the and shall be submitted to the qualified hand and arfl','" (It!,. Or<,
of.their' Frances Kelly and Mrs. L. D. Bradford County Florida. appearing by sworn, affhl..vltattach..d !NO'I'U'I' OP ELECTION 'State of Florida Relating to the electors of the State of Florida (SEAL) Seal of tin.. 'itt., ,.r f fc| ,
I 0U.6tU18."f'I'I'F to the till of Complaint CONSTiTUTIONAL: AMENDMENTS: Publication of Notice of Intentionto for ratification or rejection at 'Ma, at Tttll.ii.i.,,,.i.. v
reuourc 1 Polk were attending to business filed In that certain cause now WHEREAS the legislature of 1937 Pass Loral or Special Laws.BE the. next ensuing general electionto Capital thl- the 10th: d.
pending In the Circuit Court Eighth the Constitution of 1885. of IT RESOLVED BY THE' LEO- be 'held In November 1938. That
eat In Starke lust Thursday. I ; OK X\I.K: OK' TAX' under of July A I) l 19.t tn. <
ar Judicial (circuit of I..orldlBrad.. the State of Florida did pass four ISLATURE OF THE STATE OF In to say that Section 2 of Article A GRAY.Seeri'tiry .
( E14'I'Ip'I.t'i'IsNTICH : :!>!
Lot wide ford, County In Chancery Wherein Joint Resolutions. proposing amend FLOttlDA: That the following IX of the Constitution of Florida be : .of. $"'
IS: I1KRF.BY lIVEN that Carey F. Uoddard I. Plaintiff and menu to the Constitution of the amendment to Section 21 of Article and the same Is hereby amended so $-ii.nt.n-4
L OTJCL: OF APPLICATION V. Reddish( haw Mini with syne -
5' Tbe I) roil T\X II2KI 'rIWe :request that the tax Certificates -I
( mat* 11111 No. 1<1.1NOT1CK : ) together with all subsequent -,
reaent ; IS HEREBY UIV bN. That omitted. or levied taxes held
W. H. Smith, holder of Tax Certificates by the Slate be advertised. and soltl
:Numbered respectively. 36 Isued to the highest bidder for cash as.
g manJ js September 7, 1936. 88 Issued provided by Chapter. 18296 of the
'
September 7. 1938 and 40 Issued in.77 acts of the Legislature., upon
: September 7. 1936. has filed same In the following described real estateIn Fords Tell Their
? my office and ha. made application the County of Bradford State of The Plans

.*ng o for tax deed to be Issued thereon. Florida to-wlt: .
$en f I Bald certificate. respectively embraces WKj of SW! of NE'/4' & EI\% of
the followngr described properties 1'11'4' of :NWVi Sec. I Tp. 5 H. R.
II In the County of Bradford, 21 12., Containing 40 Acres,
erv. State of Florida to-wit: more or less.

il Said Certificate No. 85. embraces The taxes to be sold are evidenced. .," -.-....-- .... . .. .. -. .
a East 6 Acre. of South one- hy certificate Nos.. 87 & 258 of 1931 ": -"w- 1 1
t fourth of Southwest Quarter of and 1933 respectively. and represent :
S ; --- --


"bttert t 9 t NOTICE I -----1 for1939. J' ,I .


....
q 5t'i Notice Is hereby given that the following described lands., or so much I
ruui th thereof as. will be necessary. to pay the amount due for taxes herein .
and me A.ti' 9 set opposite to the same together. with cost of such sale and advertising j;.
L ; f1U will be sold at public auction on the 7th day of November 1938 before the > < ;
4 S Court House Door at Starke the County of Rradford. State of Florida. ....... ; "' i

t. k Df'54'riptle.. ArcT.. II A Owner Taxes A Costs WE KNEW anything better we could do for i i;

p !.<>.. 1, 3 of nlk 1 Original IP the country than make good motor cars we ,1 r -
:4 i Town of Starke In NE% ,
S s.yJ of SW% ______________28 6 22 Elvlna Morgan .________f S.90 would do it. ,
iJ e Len 2. 4 of Elk 16 Original.
S r Town of Starke In NK'/i doing his; best in the job he \
fl of SWV4.. _______________28 6 22 Mrs Annie A. Fratee __ 13.90 By every one r .
A, c5 Com 26 ft 3 In W of SIC Cor thinks most useful, this country is going to regain :
of Lot 8 of Blk 18 &
j t sZ. run
I p z N 105 ft W 1121,{, S 105 ft its momentum. We have tried to do our best in

4 S. 1 to Call. St F1! 22*\10 ft to beg job.
.a. i -, Original' Town of Stark. our 9

fl 5, In NEVi of SWVl __ _____28 6 23 Dank of Starke ________ 71.80 When business was suddenly halted in its recov- *S .
I fom 80 ft 8 of NR:: Cor of

) S. 'sj 15tE6oftNllftto Ilikl7&rinWlOftS, ery more than a year ago we determined that we .

ThS\ t lieg Original Town of should keep going anyway if not at full-volume .

t S Starke In NRVi of SW%__2S 6 23 1!. A, Bishop _______ 11.60
for .
4 Com 20 ft 8 of NIO Cor of motor car production, then at getting ready

,w Lot 6 of Blk 18 & run motor car values that would help future i
i'Ls W BO ft S 85 ft K 50 ft greater
N 36 ft to Original :
t i beg. production.
S _
Town of tu.
.: Starke: In NK"4
4 of SWV4 ___ _____ __ -2SKV 6 23 II A. DI..hop ______-' __ H.BO
_
'. itis :\, at Lots 3. 4 of Blk 19. EXPANDING FOR TilE FUTURE _ _
Original Town of "Starke
544 f '
_ _ ,. S ix 5 5e In NE'. of SWV4 _28Lots 6 23 J. W. Morgan---------- 63.90
I- if I. :3 A K'I'. of Lots 2, We began to build 34 million dollars' worth of

_ j4 4& 5'd .ii r 4-of Blk 21;. OriginalTown _________
and We felt that if
: plants equipment. we
U'' .tiitf,! 4li; of Stark In NEV4 new
,""*I $ 2liri of 8WV" .-28 8 22 IIIr. ida V. 1IIorll"an._ 87.20 could not employ all our men building motor cars,

_____ SSs414. fi, f$ 5J Lois 6, 7 of Blk 25. Original '
I tf 3jF Town of Starke In we would employ as many as we could building '"
;t NIC>i of $'IVL'. _. __-_28 8 22 C. E. Johns _________ 13.90 t
\4 I
kne Lots 7. 8. 9 of Hill 32. J. M. better production facilities.

_ __ 'L I 5eP Me i Johns In HKli Addition of SWVi to_tit__ark.____28 6 23 .7. W Morgan _______ 10.00 We were told! of course, that this was no time t "

V ; Lot 1. S of Hilt 34. J. M.Juhns for expansion, that a wiser business policy would : I

_ L., Addition, to StarkeIn .
L- : SKV of SWi'\ _______28 8 23 n. L, Kemp ______ 6.90 be to "hold e'verything"-which means stop J
m The N I,, 1214, ft of Lots 2 &
_ _ 'I' '45AL All Lot 3 & H 2.1 ft of Lot everything. But"no one ever got anywhere

_ _ rl&CU) 4 of lllk 2. Livingston. standing still. -
'UI Truby _____________ .. W. ______ 6.00
In WKj of NEU..28Lots 6 22 T. Week .Jr. Besides we are not del eatists. We do not believe
______________ S ,
itt I. 2 of lllk 16. Livingston ,
_ 4 4 t.4alr Tl," .iliy & ('0'.. Addition this country has seen its best days. We believe this __________________________

-. } "H ilId':; NK4: to-_Starke- _. _-In_-_W'/j--_-of 28 6 22 Unknown _________.___ 15.20 country is yet in the infancy of its growth. We believe lltnry end EJstl Ford on Iht otcaslit oftbs annivurtary of tbt founding oflht Tortl Motor\ Company,Jim* i*. 1938

iiJ :44Tt t&Il Lots 8. 4, K-6, 8, 9, 10( II, that atom of faith invested in
1' t every our
: 1I1S 11 of Blk 26. Llvlnll'"ton.Trully ,
'Pt'u ;i7lt A ('0'" Addition to Country and our People will be amply justified by
,., .1' 'LId; Starke In WH of NF.:'4 __28 6 23 F. 10) Prince _________ 5.20 that no one's hand touches but ours. Of nearly I It makes any kind of weather to order. The
EVj\! of Lot 3 of nik 11. LivS I the future. We believe America Is just beginning.
r Ing lon Trtihy A Co's everything else I we use we build some quantityourselves weather' it delivers every day would take months

S 1k 9 *':34E: Sub-Dlvlslnn to Starke of I Never yet have our People I seen real Prosperity.Never to
3 NJoof' NKV __---__..28trf 6 23 Oeo. Calhoun _______ t.48 I to find if possible better and more to find in Nature. Our cars are weather-tested

S t4 ; Lj >ts I. 2 or E'... of Blk 32.1.lvh'lf.ton. I yet have we seen adequate Production. economical of doing it. The experience give good service in climate anywhere.
ways you any
Truhy'A Co's But we shall see it! That is the assurance inwhich
TcI' 1StI46 lan-Dlvlslon to Starke of and knowledge I we gain: are freely I shared I with our In other tests of the car is punished
v 1rE"Io 4 of NHVi _____ --_._28 6 n Lillie Saunders ___.____ 8.20 we have built. every part .
S 1Lwr44 Lot 4 of Blk 3. Davis A suppliers and with other industries. unmercifully. Then our engineers tear ItBusaness

',S SS1W1tLe Truby'llIllIon In NK for of SEVi toStarke U not just coming back, It will have We take no profit on anything we make for down to see if they can find abnormal wear or

_ l '&ra of NW'4 W of Ity ______28 II n JI. A. Lawson _____..__ 11.20 to be brought back. That is now becoming well I ourselves and sell to ourselves. Every operation any sign of weakness.
C't of Lot 2 of tick -
S Temples Addition to understood in this country; for that reason 1939 from the Ford ships which first bring iron ore to The money we spend on tests saves j you money
dWll t Starke In N I':'", of NWVi will beba co-operative Manufacturers sellers
A WKi of NE'i: W of Ry.2 8 22 II. A. Law.on ________.. 6.20 year. : the Rouge is figured at accurate cost. The only on repairs. And your family car is safer and mote

1' l\S j4'j Lots 1, 2. 3, 4, 6, 6. 7 of and will co-operate to bring back the business result the
finished truck
uyer.s the
profit is on car or ,.
2 4 'f'.llI ', Hlk 8. Temples Addition dependable when we put it in your hand
,, to Storks In NI';', of that is waiting to be brought back. as it comes off the line. Some years there is no
- t8 tAit5 NW'4' A WMi of NHV, W
- ti & 5t nf Ry .__ -_ ______28 II U Dr. H. D Iferlong ____ 87.26 This construction program is almost completed. profit for us. But we see to it that our customers TilE NEW CARSIt
rd 14 of Blk 16.
Irfits 12. 13. It has increased activity and payrolls in a number A basic article of business creed
_ a, 1y Temples t'f"NWt'4' always profit. our '--ttercart

I- f I ( :lS 1iL Starke A W* of In NKVi NK<4 W of Ry-28 II U A. FJ, Dunham ______ 7.20 of related' I industries. It has given us better facilities is that no sale I is economically constructive unless it and have better two"new" '" Ford cars for also I 1939 have-an entire!!!?

4 All Silk 20 Kx: Lots 8, 9.Temples for building better cars and trucks, and profits the buyer as much as or more than the seller. oo..angut we
Addition to
I11K!
t
fr, t' Slnrkl. In NI'Hi of N\V" eventually new tractor which is being perfected. Our new plants have helped us build more new car.
t W>.i of N '..VV of It's called It fits into our line
% 4 Ky ____________________28 8 U ..f.1l.flltch.----- value into all our cars for 1939. That means the Mercury 8.
,, I.ot II of Hlk 34. Peeks. between the De Luxe Ford and the LincolnZephyr. -
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Starke In the the purchaser.
S Addition to more profit on purchase to 116-inch
NWV4 of NWU N of 9th I.is I larger than the Ford, with

4 i' ; jtt Ht ___- ______--_______-28 II OlE:! Mra. Vida V. 1\Iorll"an,.._ 1.20 current has provided a new tire We have not cut quality to reduce costs. 95-horse-
program wheelbase brakes and a new
_ oc .edh "" ..c'l Lots A. D. ( hydraulic ,
4 iJ % l> of Blk 2. Wynn's Addition plant which will turn out a part of our tire requirements We simply will not build anything inferior. V-type 8-cylinder engine.
power
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_ ''t S of SWU\ .______________2S II 2aE Dr. Ida .1. Uelb.rll"er 620 I I a new tool and die plant that will help We know that our 1939 cars are cats of good

d 19' '. Com fit A on run K Side K 210 of (Walnut t H 105 us cut the cost of dies and a steel-press plant NEW TESTING EQUIPMENT quality. We think they're fine values in theirthat

.5 S ( s.en'v. ft W 210 ft to Walnut St will enable us to make more of our own auto-
))1 Non ...hll:4t: lOli ft to beg. I price classes.
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'S 11 Wynn's Addition to mobile bodies. These are in addition to the plants While we were putting up new plants to produce h'I. .. flat
S 63- Mrs. Vida V. Morgan.,. :21.30 W. I.... new equlprnent'
of
It' 1.. 1t' Hrarke In NW ( SWVi-2 ,
,7, l One Lot Coin at IofW Cor of we already I had for producing glass, iron, steel I, cars we constructed new equipment to test t h em. forward.
whole Ford ; i it to
'S.4 'ii, S ,J II1 Call..rail
Itroudway St thence S on We don't supply all our own needs, of course, automobile research went into operation at our s e 5 .
said Ht 105 ft thence Kliu t
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S p r : ft to Hay lit thence and never expect to.'The Ford engine ia one thing laboratories this year. FORD MOTOR COMPANY Dearborn, M *
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"1.nlJ1I"OVJ SST.VKKK, ..'unun'Jun.u'' NOVKBIBEK! 4. 1U3H NUMBER SIX: :t ,

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STAFF" Glee Club GrowsIn ResigntionRegretted CLARA FLUME Jokes Mammy Sez: School Boy Patrol ; .

I MME3 TOdltor-In-Chlef SEWELL Varied WayA CROWNED QUEENThe I Is Good Training :;j ,
The Scoutmaster, Mr. John Fus- Betty Jo.-"There was a strangeman Lawsey chllun. dey has been so I'f

A Z. ADKINS JR. called to see you today." much going on lately dat I don't not I
iXlant EdItor-In-Chlef; few weeks ago, a serious mis- sell recently handed In his resignation most outstanding event of Mother "Did he have bill?" The School Boy Patrol Is :,
a
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take Scoutmaster know wat's wat.I just a Starke organization but It :
was made in this column It as of the Scout the "I
i Reporter: Hallowe'en carnival Friday Betty Jo-"No Mother; he Just '
Frank Robinson, Arch was said that this year the Glee Troop. Since he has moved to Tampa '. do knows dat most of de girls Is a national organization. In almost :
h an JM s 'Is Jr. Emmet Perryman, Club will consist only of a mixed Mr. night was when Miss Clara Flume, had a plain ordinary nose. und boys had a gleeful time going every state in the Union you ,t,r :

hOI11W:' smith' Mary Edward., chorus composed of members from I Fussell made the Troopa a popular member of the senior and coming back from Jasper de can find a School Boy Patrol. This 1 t\
Alma 1Ifurrhee, good and Scout- '
Fdlth.' ""nd now"Clara. Flume. seventh grade up. Mrs. Mable master.very While he capable in class was crowned queen of the Tourist-"Is It far to the next other day. There are a few towns organization is under its direct i 11',

Wall has much more than that up of the Scouts was charge carnival. Miss Flume won this town ?" such as Houston, Wellborn, and supervision of the American Auto- $ '?
advanced In .
her capable and Industrious sleeve! rank many He also took honor by a large majority of votes A. Z.-"Well, It seems furthel Lulu that will live in Gene Long's mobile Association. The Patrol at l''
them
EDITORIALSHOMECOMING Following are the different di-I of their best Scout hikes.on some The and everyone present offered their than It Is, but you'll find out It memory forever. Maybe Jasper Starke is under the North Florida 1 i
visions of sincere congratulations.The ain't." beat Division of the American Automobile .r?
the Glee Club which have Scouts will knows that day can us playIng -
always remember andappi'eclate
been, or will be organized: the big: moment came at nine football but dey also know Association. The School Boy S

In most schools once a year The Senior Chorus, composed of scouting, that Mr.many Fussell things in o'clock. The dead line for voting Martha-"What should I do incase dat dere is something called Brad- Patrol is known through the Unit- "( ,

ere I is a certain date set aside boys and girls from ninth throughthe with. The whole Scout belpelthem had approached and everyone was of fire while I am In school ?" ford. ed States for its willing workers-

r homecoming. This date is on twelfth grade. Junior Girl's from the tenderfoot to the troop Star, anxiously waiting to hear the Teacher-"Above all things If Goodness allfe, but Mammy aho courtesy politeness, and other ""

(0 date of a football game about Chorus, with members from seventh Scout, deeply regrets that Mr. name of the queen. A loud applause your clothing catches fire remain did have a good time at de Hal traits. The School Boy Patrol .to :
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d-jcason This year BHS hass and was heard Miss Flume not only doing good work in Starke "
eighth grades. Junior Fussell hud to leave as cool. lowe'en carnival even if dere wuz
tiotnecoming on Nov :II, and, boy's chorus, seventh and eighth I was lifted up above the crowd. u fire. I knows dat Clara wuz but In other large and small cities "
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vlng looked over the program grades, and the elementary chorus. At the close of the meeting last She chose as her king, Billy Edwards Friend-"My daddy's a mounted de prettiest thing when she wuz everywhere. :':
Friday the Scouts filed into
a BHS Journal predicts a great Later on, the Special Choruseswill ranks and It was with much pleas policeman. lIe rides a horse all crowned queen dat I just nearly The duties of the Pntrol are numerous i ,,'
for the
y/ lot Bradford HI. On Home- be reorganized.Also thirty minute game period. ure that he placed her crown on. day." bout ever did see. But I don't and varied, a few of them i

ling the alumni and the school under Mrs. Wall's super They played a game of touch football After this a pnrade took place Edith-"That's no better than think dat she wuz nearly as excited being: Raining the Flag every ,n,,
with
l together and plan a program vision will be a small orchestraand referee, the Mr. Struth acting as with Miss Flume and Mr. Edwards being an ordinary policeman like as do king or even as much morning, traffic duty, parade duty '1il :
[ everyone can have a good time Flying Eagle on one leading procession of cars all football traffic duty, cafeteria .
string blind, and If they makeas / my daddy. as I wuz. Dere wuzn't but one \
side and the
.e Alumni always take an active good, progress as our other band I' Wolf Patrol on the through town.Sponsors. Friend-"Oh, but it Is, If there's I thing wrong and dat wuz we didn't duty, preventing or stopping fights, 1"
other. The I
[,rt in Homecoming as it is creat- they'll be all right. Flying Eagles scored any trouble he can get away 'have de dance. protecting children and assisting ,''\"
the Wolf
over ( Patrol
that they could return to 1 to 0. ; 'f
so them in crossing streets safely: I:
The quicker
entire musical depart mont Is Elected Gee, but some ob de seniors are
[elr school and see how the schools Next, Assembly was blown for assisting buses to leave, helpingbus T
I one worthy of pride. A bnnd, orchestra all excited and really wants ta
changed since they graduated. the closing exercises. Scout Mich- For HomecomingThe '
string band are all the Clara-"Oh! Are you really a have an annual this year. Dere is drivers on streets. if, (
|',''th all these things in mind let i different divisions of the Glee ael Dew led the Scouts( in the mind reader" only one thing has ta say and These few named duties show !', 'j''

j have a very successful home- Club; all this makes up Bradford Scout Benediction. Then as the Seniors of B. H. S. were Vernon S.-"Yes! I am." dat Is if everybody gets ta work to the public that to be a patrolman .

jmlng this year! i High School's music. It's music to( Troop stood at attention, taps was called to n meeting Thursday, Oct. Clara-"Then I hope you aren'toffended. and co-operates wid us trying ta a boy can not just stand i 3 1-

---+- f our ears! sounded 27, for the purpose of electing the I didn't mean what I make some money dat we can have around, wearing a white belt but g. f '

AV IDEAL. GIRL -. ARCH THOMAS, JR. sponsors for the Homecoming foot- thought about you." a good annual.If I he must be prepared to meet any f.: S
A group of High School boys Scout Troop Reporter. ball game, Nov. 11. and every emergency. ,::1'' ,'
and decided that if Primary JinglesHealth dose girls keep on playing __ >
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No one knew how the vote came Teacher-"Enza you must stayIn. !
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could have just one date with tennis we will soon hab some ; !
Wonder of tho ,
The
lfy Guess Who? out until Friday, when It was an- "Eighth
girl that had: and Temperance ProgramThe nounced in assembly that Misses Enza-"Stay in! What for? I've champions around here. I World," Florida's ovescas railroad ,:!:f .'

Hair of Betty Strlngfellow eyes following program was givenIn Doshla Smith and Clara Flume lone nothing-positively nothing." Lawsey chile, but mammy wants to Key West, Is now being turned j !
Barefoot, teeth of the auditorium This senior girl is a brunette to dat Clara Flume and Doshla I '
; Junnita Betty on Friday morn- were the two lucky students who Tl'achl'r-"That's Just It. We'd gib into an overseas highway. \'
'con. complexion of Margaretarce ing by the Primary grades: with brown eyes. Her last name were decidedly elected by a great like to have something done Smith a few pats on de back for '

hands of Edith Rowe, fig- Song, America; Lord's Prayer; I is a synonyn for good. She is very majority of votes. around here." being elected de sponsors for de ;f.ri'

e of Clara Flume, neatness of Scripture Reading by Miss Olive studious and also belongs to the Homecoming game Nov. 11. .
Smith dual of We Drink I glee club. She is one of the Little These two girls are very popular _. .
,9lila personality Ray; Song, Milk Miss "Helen will lend --- - :
Mary me VI
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In all activities in connection with you THEjJuha,9j4 J
Women and takes an active ;
partIn
e Dowling twins, apprehensive- Lllley; Alcohol In Court, Mrs. and ten of Florida exports In February of ''i'i
$20, give me only
the school, Little Women and other -
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,uld( hi.. pretty close to Heaven, Mrs. Ritch's Second grade; The I .--- affairs of the community.These but why give approximately a million dollars ";,
I Cure of Teeth SYMPATHY girls will select their escorts you those of the month in "I' I
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.J\: IOltS PLuAN .'L\ grade; None for You and Me, The Senior Class wishes to express and let us know who the fortunate oily ten "Becnuse, then IJKJrt. Value this February was ,;.1,1,' -I:
Mary-- you'll owe
Tht> Junior Class had a class 'Jimmle McRae; Miss Muffet, I Its sincere sympathy to Johnny gentlemen_ are later. me ten, and I'll owe you you ten, $3,530.253:: as compared with $2- .,I,'r., : ,
, ting Tuesday, Oct. 21. 'We Elaine Chesser; Nine Little School Chalker whose grandfather, Mr. -- ---. and we'll be straight." 757,408 for February, 1936. .; "

lifting, preparations for a Boys, Miss Middleton Songs, selected A. M. Darby, died Saturday. ANSWER Martha\ Wells. I -- --.-- --- : .
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nor Play. The following corn- by Mrs. Brown; Announce-; T"acIIPr-"The great secret of Florida came Into United '1

,it,'r was appointed to work on ments, Mr. Williams.TEMPERANCE I happiness lies In being content possession in 1821, became a Statein I'r''

ins foi the play. Helen Dowling, ----.------- I Ii ELEMENTARY ECHOES l I with one's lot." 1815, seceded 1861, underwent NRCOtDITtOND "
', Reconstruction In 1809-67 anti was ,
iignret Pearce, and Grace Dew. ; PROGRAMThe : __ Gene L.-"But It has to be a ,
established in the Union in 1868,
Last week we voted to pay ten whole lot." (

its a month for each member Senior High School observedthe SIXTH GRADE NEWS KOriCTII GRADE NEWS when civil government was restored

, class dues. Villa Vida Kllllngs- annual Health and TemperanceDay We are beginning a mural about We have elected monitors for Junnita B.-"Christine, I think on July 4th.AND i ii I, '

rth and Christine Cutshaw were Friday with the following pro- the cave men of long ago. We are I the first semester. They are: that you are a lazy girl." S

pointed to collect dues. gram: Bible reading by Mrs. WainIwright's also beginning to study about President-Doris Sumner Christine C.-"Why I am not. I i L5 : ::':' .:.. r"u ..u",.... .,_..-- _," ,I 1 :. ,
Ingram, Class Reporter. seventh grade; "Case I Switzerland. We are having fun Treasurer-Lucille Alvarez. have every bed in the house made '

lUgh: Against Tobacco" by Dorothy making book reports of the books Boards-Elizabeth Johns and I before anybody else gets up." :l lJJ'

Would HappenIf. Johns from the eighth grade. I we read.Herbert Evelyn Conner.. m '

"Frances Willlard's First Pledge"by Green, Reporter, Eraeers--Marl1e Griffis An absent-minded professor was '$

... Othma Haynes from the ninth I Miss Kennedy, Teacher. Flowers-Merry Winkler, Melba trying to fit the key in a lock. ir'axr r I

grade. Blackboard talk by the StrIngfellow and Sharon Hall. After awhile a head emerged hi 5x2 .,, "" ,

Doshla and Mary weren't always tenth grade. Poem from the Jun- I This week we have had a good Library-Elizabeth Harris. through a window above. r if jrt I Y (*r I i" S

'erse after a football game? iors. "Shall We Teach Modera- time painting picture! of ships) Door-Harold Rafuse. "Go away you fool," cried the jyj1 EVERY COMFORT 0''

Edith and Enza didn't miss at tion?" by Alma Murrhee from the that we drew. Some haven't fin- No one was on the honor roll I man upstairs. "You're trying to ol Ihl. Kod.ra. H,.prao< koM In the ,,.'!"
k.ort of dowatow .
iat one day of school senior class. ished theres yet. We have drawn I last month but we are going to try get into the wrong house." with tub and JoctooaTlD.>lxrw.r. Mil was ETMTffxm ,. "'.f,

! Gene and Marian had a fuss? and colored pictures also Hallow- harder this month. "Fool yourself!" shouted back radio ETMT b.d with bamptlna HM ti

i Sadie and Julian got along BIOGRAPHY I e'en pictures. We wrote Hallowe'en Hayes Register has been sick the man below. "You're lookingout DRINK THE nEST b.M and ,.odta
[ aceably at all times ? RENE LEWISThis stories and read them to the class. and we are glad to have him back I of the wrong window!" FROM WOIM oa Trr, flue,. ,4oPul.A :

i Jimmv Sewell fell in Tots? Friday, the elementary grades in school. I pR1 t.
cocrr AU.toon OB cmd cornz !I John Chalker had a regular girl young lady, Miss Irene 'had a Temperance Program in the lola Cooper has been absent for I Betty G.-"It is only to me that PETERSON'SDAIRY oaI.a.ouP4DK.&lHOTtl ,!' I

Wend? Lewis was born In Starke, Flor-I auditorium. The sixth grades had some time also, and we hope that such misfortunes happen." rATTIN T MOTIt OIIOTO "

Mr Williams became very an- ida, on October 21, 1921 the play "One Drink Is Too she will soon be back. Gayle S.-"What's the matter I k71",,\

'rry" Irene has a great personality j I Many." The following pupils took We have been learning more now?" I

Artford really left town for and a lovely disposition. A person ]''I part:: Mack Futch Bobby Biggs, about the oceans and continentsin Betty-"Don't you see that It is I!'

ihUe that is not an eminent associate I, Gene Nogel, Chester McKinney, geography. We didn't know that raining?" i .;.;

Edith fell in love with a blond? of hers could easily distinguishthat I Oleeta Green, Garnlta Hutto, Lola the world was so large. 96 j:'

_ she is Inclined to be religious. I Tyler, Junior Taylor, RaymondHall Mrs. Andrews, Teacher I Tourist-"Hello, young lady, I rllElIeeli :,if,;

, Irene has that sacred expressionand Bryan Harrell and Earnest [ guess I'm lost. Can you help me ;
enjoys taking part In church ,' Lavender.Mrs.. find the way?" /llj

BUSINESS activities. Searing Teacher, THIRD GRADE NEWS Clara-"Is there a reward out not, make it certain. t S
I feel free to say Irene Is sophisticated Bobby Biggs, Reporter. ,for you 7"Tourist"No.
Our 3a is Provide for ..
group working on a I security yourself .
because she has that I II .
DIRECTORY model of a cotton gin. It. will be i.If i.
_ air. Her eyes are blue but she FIFTH GRADE NEWS Clara-"Then I guess you're still and family. See our .
turned by hand, but we think thatit
I isn't altogether a typical brunett. I Earl Edmondson brought to lost." local agent or write
will really remove the seed from 'fj
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She has rather a velvet complexion class this week a real antique-a ,. SakVfjL
the cotton. We have made draw-
I but does not apply very much i physical Geography written by M. We Wonder Why
ings of cotton blossoms and cot- ,
The drink make up or cosmetics. Talk can) F. Maury, wife and daughters. It ; ; .
ton bolls from the real cotton
tell she Is Inclined to attract the| by the University
published
was
which Colly Underhill brought to L. H. Harper's face has so many ,
alI that boys attention because she has two, Publishing Company New York
class. We to make scratches 1Everybody
are going our I
curls, one on each side of her face, N. Y.. in 1873. We think we havea
drawlncra__ into a booklet__ which will won't help the cheer ,
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everybodyknows these curls are described as beau- time trying to learn our geogra- ,
tell about cotton. leaders yell? ,
catchers. I am positive she hears glance through Mr. Maury's -
phy-but
This week we have added, two Edith seems unusually happy
boys say "Look out Hollywoodcause text and you'll be glad you
names to our arithmetic Honor this week?
she is coming through. I were not born 65 years ago. I Roll. Lizzie Mae Grlffis and Horace Coach Whlttlmore has been so
5rtI Irene is interested in sports, such We are divided into groups-
i Dyal know all of their sub- happy lately?
as swimming fishing basket ball, each with a captain who is in '
I I traction combinations. The seniors have suddenly decided .
f. 1 etc. She also likes to travel. She charge of making a poster for a ct n'
... E Buddlngton, Teacher. they need so much money? ..
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OCA-COLA considers going to the show a good particular state in the Middle At- AJacksonville's I ,
DOT. CO. -
I recreation. lantic group. Much material has municipal waterfront .
Irene has never attended any come to us In response to our answering -
WE ARE facilities provide more thana
school but Starke school. She mov- advertisements, etc. This Our Science Readers are being

PRESCRIPTIONEXPERTS ed to Plant City, when she was Is being used In various ways to enjoyed more each day. We are million square feet of storage
six old and lived there two The now studying "Early Man and the space and almost 300,000 square
years build up our posters. group feet of covered warehouse I
CARPENTER'S years, then moved back to Starke. that makes the best one, gets a Animals When we have finishedwe iipace C
for
her
goods shipped through
to obtain will Illustrate by clay modeling :
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She hopes some day prize. We are writing ahead for I
The Rexall StoreE the position as stenographer, or a I extra material for the other states I I: and Home ketches. port.

school teacher. I have only known I and countries ahead that we will MY STORY OK COLUMBUSA -- -

: ME BEFORE YOU WIRE her a short while but gathering i study. long time ago. When Colum- ,

Estimates Cheerfully conclusions I feel as if she will be For art this week we huve been bus was a little boy he liked to I <

GivenE. a stenographer because she likes painting Indian designs on gourds. see the ships come and go. He ,..

typing and shorthand and I am We cut the stems off and since wanted to be a sailor and so he .

A. WINKLER I sure she had rather practice than they are in bright colors and odd was. He believed that the world : i ijl

Radio and Electric Service 'i to teach. designs, they are now serving as was round but the people did not. ;

Blue is her color so If any senior attractive bud vases We are goIng So he was going to prove that he H '

a- .- You'll EnjoyEATING here is her boy friend don't forgetto I to shellac them next week. was right. Ho sailed and nailed I jl

v't i wear your blue shirt. We have planted six avacado four weeks till he came to Amer itl'i,1'

With Ua Perhaps this description is vivid pear seeds in a chalk box. The ica. Ona Demorest.

.. : OrangeBlossom enough to make you think as much' box! was painted black and trim- Mrs. Biggs, Teacher.

, of Irene as I. med in orange.

If you have not met this lovable Jessie McMillan won the prize !/' /

CafePLUMBING young lady do so this year for she for drawing the best Hiawatha pic SECOND GRADE NEWS ;:

___ will leave us this year. ture. These pictures were shadedin Janet Anderson's mother enter

Here's wishing you a happy future pencil. Jimmy Bradley's and tained our room Monday afternoon r I' '

Prompt Service at Irene, from the Senior Class. Don Patray's picture were very with a surprise birthday party. I II

. Reasonable Prices : good too. Patsy Dew won the first prize -i'TR: fi I III.

'*t Me Tampa's principal exports are Mri Lazonby, Teacher. for pinning the tall on the cat. S I '
Estimate Job ,
Your canned cit _
and
phosphate lumber June Caldwell won low. I : k :5 "
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C. M. RITCH ,rus. We have been drawing Hallow Janet received many nice giftsat I _

-- 1'e'en pictures for two days. Someof her party. BY THE WAY Park end pause..where you see the S : 5
us drew masks and some drew Her cake was very pretty with red sign that says"Drink Coca-CoU." l i'J _

BOREE FUNERAL HOME pictures. We colored cat faces seven green candles on it. PAUSE It flashes. a welcome Invitation to enjoy / rl .t S
Friday, to be put on the black Mrs. Anderson served us cake .. a sociable pause for pure refreshment.

fc'ull line of Caskets & Undertaker SERVIOE Supplies board. We learned a TemperanceDay and ice cream. She gave balloonsfor tAN D REFRESH Thirst asks nothing more. ; : \

AMBULANCE NIGHT song. We have been having favors. COCA-COLA BOTTLING CO. w S _
AND
S3 HAY PHONE- S3 nice programs in our room: every Everybody enjoyed the party 5jzl ":
much, and hope we have '
O. n. BENNETT, Mgr. morning.Ida very 8R-IAS-7 ...
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Have Important Parts For Nancy Knight Intermediate Class <

19, ai. At ConventionAt Nancy Knight, youngest daughter Mrs T J. mtgHo]
'! SocietyJJ"L of Mr. and Mrs. H. V Knight, members of her '
r the district convention of the
? was the honored guest Friday aft- day School Class
Woodmen Circle held In Ocala ernoon when her mother enter Church with a

Thursday, Oct. 27, Mrs. Vergte tained with a Hallowe'en party in e'en party :
'- '" -- Flynn assisted the district presi- celebration of her fifth birthday o'clock at her
,GI Miss\ Brownlee Entertains Engagement Announced anniversary, St. Attractive
dent In introducing the nationaland
: and
Friends here of Victor Thomas, The Hallowe'en motif was car- marigolds !
: In Honor of Mrs. Torode state officers Mrs. Vonda used in : BERNIgt :
son of Mrs. E. M Thomas and the ried out in the minutest detail In
Miss Martha Brownlee was hostess late Mr. Thomas, will be interestedin Inman of Starke has the honor of the decorations. Attractive ar- The young t
''' Wednesday night 'when she reading the following clipping, I holding a national office, that of rangements of Tlthonlas, marigolds In costume and / ,I

Ri't entertained in honor of Mrs. Edwin taken from a recent issue of the national representative. and chrysanthemums, carry- won a bag: of

to her Pensacola Journal: Among the interesting talks Ing out the Hallowe'en colors were disguised.
f Toiode, who prior recent -I novelty
Mrs G W. Mllsted announcesthe about the lower floor of the games
placed
marriage was Miss!! Lulu Red made at the convention was one ed her guests
grave, with a bridge party at the engagement and approaching by Mrs. Inmiin In which she expressed home where the young folks gath- and hot
; iWt home of her uncle and aunt, Mr. marriage of her granddaughter, her appreciation of the ered.All Those enjoying .
HOME "" Maude Marie Jackson, to Mr Vic-
and Mrs W. L. Wall, on Cherry splendid cooperation given her kinds of Hallowe'en games Hazel, Lillian,
NEEd' tor Caneelmo Thomas, son of Mrs afternoon 4
the
t, St. The evening session was openedby were enjoyed throughout Thomas,
FOR / wed-
E M. Thomas of Starke. The
Little Florence Brown wona '
'I Effective arrangements of flow Mrs. Inman presenting a pageant Johns, Margaret
will be event of November.
t ding an the
and t "The Story and The Glory wrist watch for pinning on Joe and
Agree; ers, carrying out a yellow purple Boyles '
honl,' color scheme, were placed in4dt1ng ;Brown. of the Woodmen Circle." The black cat's tail and Jerry Lawrencewas othy Barnhill.
the, ,
Lr 1 where the tables served Starke degree staff received the consoled with a horn for pinning ams'
the living rooms Miss Brownlee a tempt- I ;
tlibs4, W were set for bridge. Candy was ing dessert course to the following flag. Mrs. Maude Andrews and her I It the furthest away from the Business ..
choir composed. of fourteen ladles cat. Immediately before refresh- ." ,
home served throughout the game ; the honor guest Mrs. Toro'Je t
!teharact'ly ;);. After four progressions the honoree Mrs. T, F,-Landrurn" ,-Mrs. H. C: dressed In white and twelve dressed ments were served Nancy and her The regular } '
friends fished their favors of fancy the Starke
too1 i set, while Brown, Mrs. Jack Williams, Mrs. in red formed an effective cross '
tar .\1 was given a bridge fish held :
i from a Wednesday
hats and horns
\! R and "Oh God Our Help" while paper :! '
.Idered :Mrs Richard O. Kidd, holder of Richard G. Kldd, Mrs.: S. sang o'clock in the
Jr, Mrs T. K. McClane, the state Chaplain presented the pond. J
of Johns
+ bottle
of lmpo high score was given a ?
L. A Canova,
II The Hallowe'en motif was repeated ,
$y to put!! perfume and an atomizer Mrs. E. Jr, Mrs E L Matthews, Miss Bible Misa Amy Moore was presented in the refreshments. The I club members to ( --iJ
!f 1"erationSf v4. L Matthews, holder of second, received Hope Haynes, Miss Martha Powell as district queen in this birthday cake iced in orange and ,
1np! of hose The bingo Mist Georgia Haynes, Miss brilliant pageant.
,: alOll& a pair candles, centered Jacksonville,
topped:! with orange
e4 man prizes, an ash tray and a novelty Ruth Steniberg, Miss Lucille Ken- During the evening Congressman I the lace covered dining taI I schedules is
I"'k tea bell, were presented to Miss nedy, Miss Hope Haynes, and Miss R A. Green made a brief but in- I '
Home decoratedwith I state In
I i ble, which was further every the ;
: Florida ': Georgia Haynes and Mrs. It C. Lillian Sternberg. teresting talk.Fortylour orange and black crepe paper. I /l

severalK; : ---- members from the Orange candles in crystal holders INSURANCE"v
methods!:'; AS NEAR TO YOU Starke Grove attended the conven- balanced the central adornment.I I

IL of the jH|: J I eti FLOWERS tion. Orange sherbet and individual FIRE : {
; AS YOUR TELEPHONE .
;
cstabUsIC; | chocolate cakes decorated with I
.tnth.I I H., Th1 Shands-Dell Engagement Hallowe'en faces were served the
recipes convent. ALL ORDERS FILLED Announced In Gainesville Miss Kate Struth, Mary Weldon, f)
F I ::: :
houses;l ARTISTICALLY-ECONOMICALLY Announcement of the engage- and Merry Beth Knight. | r
: buss'l'.f PROMPTLY ment of Miss Catherine Elizabeth Those enjoying the afternoon

er MRS. L. G. POWELL Starke Shands, daughter of Mr. and Mrs with Nancy were: Kaspar Duncan, )
As ai:, .fl..-i-,.... P'-_' William Augustine Shands, to Florence and Marcus Brown, Joan : : ',f:.
tones ,i Samuel Tucker Dell, Jr., son of Dinkins, Madge Brownlee, Billy '
-- - -
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel: Tucker Dell, Weldon, Dottie Sue Biggs, Jean- -
''ffld ayebasins was made at a luncheon given Saturday ette Harrcll, Levy and George Ca

1 FRESH MULLET by Miss Shands' mother in nova, Carl Lemar John, Carolyn Tills In the s,-
I cll wit their home hi Gainesville. The Edwards, Mary Jones, Jimmy'
and GREEN'S STORE wedding is to be an event of the Hoppe, and Jerry Lawrence of" Hotter check
Ing mo FISH ally part of January of next year. Keystone Heights. fire insurance, l

of their eycaourc Mr. Dell, the grandson of the ---. you ha\en't ., ,
1 t' late Colonel and Mrs. William T. Auxiliary To Meet e'.p Hlally I
Cash & Carry !iI '
enc ,4 Weeks and the nephew of Mr. and .
The Ladles' Auxiliary of the errnre to )'
in 1 Mrs. W L. Wall, Mr. and Mrs J.I \.- :
Ib. 7 Presbyterian Church will meet Hotter :::
n de'r r 2C STARKE, FLA. I E Wilson, and Mr. and Mrs. J.M. Tuesday nleht.: at 7:30: o'clock at get one j
I. Brownlee all of Starke, withhis Mr. tory forms, )'
I the home of and Mrs. E. M. I
t>resent 1''I ; family spends every summer Davis. Mrs. K. G. Duncan will prittttl how the
man l at; their cottage on Kingsley Lake. KCUEIi
have charge of the Thanksgiving, forts have
inteR t : FANCY He has a wide circle of and Praise service and Mrs. W. A. shire'' .
r o friends here who will learn with you last i 69l|
flea 1 g i Ro BLUE SIb 16 Bonham will lead the devotional.All .

jgrblch <'1 P i ice ROSE s. C Shands.interest of his engagement. to Miss members- are.urged to attend. PLEASE


been g sfigt White Ribbon RecruitsTwo
PURE GROUND Miss Olive Dell Honored I
i GRITS, 10 Lbs. 20c i| White Ribbon Recruitswere
& ; COFFEE, Lb. llc Friends here of Miss Olive Dell,
enlisted In the W C. T. U. WALL
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. S. T. '
bee' last month. They were Louis and
n HOME GROUND j S LOAVES Dell of Gainesville, and niece of
Wallace Wise, sons of Mr. and ALL A
MEAL 10 Lbs. 18cj BREAD 25c Mr. and Mrs. W L. Wall, Mr. and '
Mrs C. L. Wise. These babies DEPENDABLE f Je
[Mrs. J. E.VJ.lson, and and .
Mr.
't dedicated to the ( DLMPrlo.v Y.e .UM //e Or// xtnu eeCODU
were temperancework
nk
"m ; .\ Mrs. J. M. Brownlee, all of Starke, fS IiR9 1 ttltli =
artr of i.. ; ly 14 will be interested to learn that she and white ribbons were tied -
b; 59c on them by Mrs. W; N. Johnson; .- ..
Flour was one of the seven girls elected
'a4d me 1 t f e prettiest In the freshman class at The regular meeting of the organization -
will be held Friday after-
; Florida State College for Womenat I
noon with Mrs. W. P. Smith.
Tallahassee last week. The FREE DELIVERY

Toilet Tissue 3 lOcPotatoes Fealty ceremony climaxing the s. R. Johns

TOMATOES, Gel r Oct election: 29., was held. Saturday night, i PHONE

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NO. 1 IRISH Circles To Meet

'l tl 10LBS. 15c The Baptist W. M. S. Circles 45NEAR

will meet Monday Nov. 7, at 3:00: & Sons
1 -- O'clock.: Circle No. 1, Mrs. L. G.
--- Powell leader, will meet with Mrs.
13 LBS. THE S A. L DEPOT
MAXWELL HOUSECOFFEE F. F. Flume and Mrs. E. M. Thomas -

i r Lb. 25c I|ONIONS __ lOc at the home of Mrs. Flume. Cir- FLOWERS FOR ALL CASH PRICES ONLYFLOUR _
cle No 2, Mrs. H. L. Brownlee OCCASIONSIn
: TALL PINK CAN JERSEYSALMON leader, will meet with Mrs. W. L.

10c I Corn Flakes ___ 5c Wall and Mrs. J. M. Brownlee\ at Wired any to designs.anybody Also, anywhere Flowers GUARANTEED
the home of Mrs. Wall. Circle No.
for occasion. 59c
3, Mrs. II. L Hough leader, will any
meet with Mrs. H A. Lawson and MRS. N. D. WAXNWRIGHT 24 LBS.

\\l\\ BACONBFSTSIIITE c Mrs.Mrs.J. Lawson.D. Goodman at the homeof Phono 102


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BOX
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41 GRTS. SUGAR
(
stn. ASPIRIN 2c |SALT, pkg. 3c "4


v t r, i FRESH T-BONE 10 Lbs. Quart
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HAMS PORK 18 C SIRLOINSTEAKS 7c MEALOur ,19c SALAD DRESSING I


I.B. LB. Special Country RollBUTTER 2 7 C

r I'I'RK FORK |I COSIFOIflro: 1 Ii d COFFEE, Lb. 15c Lb. j
rr,1'' SAUSAGE, Lb. 22c_ LARD, Lb. lOc 1


;;i / 5 Lbs. 17c ONIONS lOc

L SUGAR 5 Lbs 23c ; RICE 4 Lbs.


Native Round
I, 4 tall Libbys 19c
25c .
.r STEAK Lb.
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j + STEW, Lb. 10c I STEAK, Lb. 12/2c 111' buy more freedom from: tire worries. CHUCK

.. They bring you peace of minj-and ,
Lbs. 14c
2
d ,COUNTRY ROLL that is worth a lot. You literally 25c ROAST

OLEO, Lb.12Iz | BUTTER, Lb 25c t ("park: your tire: troubles with us' OLEO

when you put Atlas on your wheels.

4 Beans. NORTHERN Ib. 4zcf CRII'-S,tFE-It'a the long record COFFEE, Lb. 25c CHEESE POUND 16c

LIMAS: 1 of SAFETY which gives you that 'Maxwell House
(W* ul'' i'' feeling of security, on any road. at

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FLOUR, 20 Lbs. 70cl DRESSING Qt. 20c SILENT The design of Atlas tread PEACHES 10 c POTATOES

noiae. No singing or
1'ILLSBUURY PEANUT stops tire
.l r FLOUR 20 Lbs. 72c 1_BUTTER 2 Lbs. 20c whining to ring in your ears, even CansTOMATOES 2 LBS.
; i gJfoW after the trip' end. 4 No. 2 25c PEANUT BUTTER 20c

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475-19 $5.99

Better Quality 450-21 $5.82 E CINCY GRAY i
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..0, NOVEMBER! 4, .1938__ __ __ __ BRADFORD COUNTY.. TELEGItJ\pn.. ..---,--STAnKE--'---- FLORID.\--- -..-' --...--- -lt -
tn.u ___. -- -- --- -- -- Mr and Trade between Nor-th and South!yearly T most of through Florida ''I I
I and Wolfe of st. Augustine; I .
Mrs Virginia Carpenter
I Mr and Mrs Lorenzo Green I America Is In excess of $2,225,000 ports. ,
II I'spent the week-end In Mayo visitIng daughter, Joan of Tallahassee I Mrs. L H. Hill, Lawtey; Judge ana I /
Mrs Green's mother Mrs. L. ( spent the weck-i-nd in Brnokerwith Mrs A. V. Long Mrs. S T. Dell, 'I

A. Dees. Mrs. Carpenter a father, R I Mrs T. E. Duncan, Mrs. M. M. :
Bits of I A. Weeks, and Mrs. Weeks.
-- I Parrish, Mrs Walter Parrish, Walter II

I I Miss Beatrice Moseley of Jack- Mrs. L. E. Moseloy, Miss Madge Parriah, Jr., Mrs. Dean Slagle, ILfiflhOOD\ \
sonville was the guest lust Wednesday Whiehnm, and Miss Pat Lamb vis- Mrs. B. D. Hiers, Mrs. Tom Sweat, ;\111
NeWs of her mother, Mrs. L. E. ited Mrs A. Y. Sauls, who Is confined -
Local I Moseley. to St. Luke's Hospital in Mrs Myers W.' all J. Epperson of Gainesville, Jr., anti: O L.\,\ l

night.
Jacksonville, Wednesday
OUR PEOPLE BUSINESS AND George Chalker, Mlddleburg; Mrs. I .
CONCERNING Mrs K. G. Duncan, Mrs. M. F.Brown I H. M. Rlcharde, and Mrs. A. :M.Klcbarde I
COUNTY ANn TOWN of Mr. and Mrs. W. 0. Halle and > J
THE
PROGRESS OF and Mrs. Rosa Duncan of the State Farm; Judge I fl II
Lake Butler spent Friday In Jacksonville son, Jack, returned here Tuesday and Mrs. Causey Green, Charles I
from Hastings and will make their hel'eare Darby, and Mr. and Mrs. H. C. ;;,1'\:\ ,
home in Starke. Their friends
---I glad to welcomo them back. Richard of Palatka. to, ,,::1 :
t. Circle will meet Dr. and Mrs. O. L. Haynes and Mr. and Mrs. L,. O. Hazen and 1 "
Woodman night at 7:30: ( o'clock. Miss Hope Haynes spent Saturdayin daughter, Minnie Lou, of Gainesville Sine money by buying at Carpenter's Carpenter's lo Sale lasts only. i.fi I,
Tuesday unit IH now *>'nK *>"
four K
rt Jacksonville. were visitors here Friday lo Sale now going on. lays x r' .

L. Is the guest afternoon.Mrs. .
Lettie Stilley The Const and Geodetic Survey
:.{ \ this i :Mrs! Lipham returned to
Jacksonville Daisy
:
Datives in Mrs. George M. Inman and little Florida has 1,221 miles of
relativesIn G. L. Patten of Tallahassee her home In Plant City Saturday says
daughter are visiting washed by the Atlantic
tit of her mother, few here coastline
days
Is the guest after spending a
Moultrie, Ga. the Gulf of 'I
Ocean and 2,530 by
Mrs. E. E. Canova, and Mr. and with her brother and sister-in-law, i .
Hull Is spending I Mexico. ,
Irs Maria K. Mrs. L. A. Canova. Mr. and Mrs. N. Wainwright, ,
) with relatives In Home- A new garage has been built for
Sr.
,"ad winter Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Ritch at their Mlsl5 Martha Brownlee will attend I !

home on Call St. the Georgia-Florida football Dr. and Mrs C. F. Sayles en I

ur{ E R. Struth spent the game and festivities in Jackson- route from their summer home In ;
:rk.,.rd, m Tallahassee with :Mrs. P. M. Barefoot and Misses ville this week-end. Lillie Switzerland, N. C., to their ,, ,

,Ind'I9" Juanita and Sara Barefoot. spent home in Miami, were week-end :.1\. ''\
Monday In Jacksonville.Miss Mrs. E. R. Poppell! and daughter guests of Judge and Mrs. E. 1<. ".11.. '
lohnnie Russell spent the Miss Ava Lou, of St. Augustine Ferryman. 1 '
I',
"k.eal in St. Augustine with Lois Long of Jacksonville : were here Wednesday visitingMrs. THE ..
with her
,itivcsr spent the week-end here Warren Pet'kins. M. F. Brown has workmen busy \''
mother Mrs. F. H. Long. this week filling In the property ti Jr

\ tnd Mrs. A. E. McKinney Mr and Mrs. J. E. Murphry and recently purchased by him on SMILEof CkccJeII ,
''n', Saturday afternoon in Miss Kate Struth spent SundayIn of Mr. son, James Edward, Jr., of Palat- Kingsley Lake, just north of : e9f: ::.v
mesvillo Lake City as the guest *n, were guests Sunday of Mr. Cady's Ho Is also constructing a
and Mrs. W. W. Page. and Mrs V. B. Harrell. !I pier and bath house. ACCESSORY NOT A NECESSITY J
_ Sale .now going on ut -- .... r-ror"rrlnN. .. AS AN ,
11' 1 orprnter's' Tallahassee 1"* K U 1 J:. *" *. IVJlIt
I Johnnie Hagan of Mrs. E. J. Dowling, Miss MarIon Mrs. Louis Torruella left Tuesday LARKWOOD
spent the week-end here with his Dowling. Mrs. W. A. Bessant, for her home In New York can only come from ckoole

)HIM Martha Brownlee attended mother, Mrs. J. W. Hagan. Jr., and baby, Mary Carol, spent after spending some time here with sound, adequate Insurance -
luncheon given by Mrs. W. A. Saturday !in Gainesville.Mr. friends. She was accompanied as I Every clement of Short skirts and new mellow costume .
ands- in Gainesville Saturday,, Amos Richardson and Roy Shep far as Jacksonville by Mrs. W. B. worry and fear to taken and hosiery. They must '
Lunclng! the engagement of herd of Tampa were guests of Mr and Mrs.: Milton Brownlee ,Mundy and Mrs. E. J. Dowling. from your shoulders colors stress legs colorsare
Larkwood f
, Elizabeth Shands to S. T. and Mrs. B. M. Fussell this week.. and baby. Catherine, of Gaines and the cost is small! be bright and beautiful. '
ti
til, Jr ville, were guests Sunday of Mr, I Billy Powell spent Friday in fashion-right. Vibrantly, they snap ;)
Mrs. L. D. Vining Is In Dublin,, and Mrs. J. M. Brownlee. Orlando as the guest.of Mr. and LET US WRITE into life-complement your ,
Ga.. where she was called becauseof Mrs. !'. E. Canova, Jr. lie was your costume 4 ';
the death of her grandmother Mr. and Mrs. S. R. Johns, Jr, accompanied home> by Mrs. P. E. I YOUR INSURANCE! shoes-flatter your legs. ;

and daughter, Ann, spent last! Canova, Sr., who spent last week : Wo represent evt.'r"llargc,
f IAR I ; Miss Dorothy Noegel has returned I Thursday In Jacksonville as guestsof with her son and duughter-ln-law reliable companion In the 79c & $1 .'
where she has
from Live Oak Mr. anl!
Mrs. Johns' parents, --- ----- ---- Theft, liability. Annuity,
spent several weeks with relatives.Mr. Mrs. .1. II. Ritch.J. Mrs. M. A. WhltUmora and Stafford Life and Fire field 2 r
f Burgls of New York and Bra- ---
i
SURE I I1t and Mrs. Geo C. Kruse of R. Howe has returned to hit denton spent the first of the week I

Luke Worth were guests Thursdayof home here after spending sometime here as guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. I JOHNS ANDWAINWRIGHT CLAR JEAN SHOPPE it, ;: .:
their son, Albert George Kruse ; with relatives In New Bedford M. Whittimoie. Mrs. Whlttimora I : ,

Conn., and other points In remained for a longer! visit with I n .
SALE- Baby's play pen. used lo Sale now going : PHONE 97 ; aSI'ECIAG511XIDFItESII
weeks. Reasonable Don't mills the the New England States. I her sun and daughter-in-law. PHONE 13 I ",
3
niil few on lit Carpenter's. ------- I .' ;
lr.V E. Murpliree, State .. .. Id..'
c James Godbold "
I Biff lo Hulo now In full swing;;I Mr. and Mrs
rm 1.21-2t( [ Workmen are busy with repair at Ciirirnter's.. and son, James, Jr, of Jacksonville f ? y :"r
work on the residence of Mrs. 'V.J. I here visiting I ; :'
collec- were Tuesday '
\LE: mJ Exhibit Large I Ii", .
,on <'If pictures, fire screens and Epperson, recently-damaged by Mrs. L. J. Green and little Mrs. S. S. Dowling and family. TIP TOP GROCERY AIADF.--ECONUSIY! : PAN 'h :j*

lei novelties, next door to Org fire. daughter, Judy, Mrs. W. M. Wim- They were accompanied back to I :
> Blossom Cote, during next berly and Mrs. P. M. Barefoot the city by Mrs. Godbold mother SAUSAGEPerLb. .1
1 i lays Mrs. Rachel Roberts. Friends of Richard G. Kldd will spent last Tuesday in Jackson- Mrs W. S. Stroman, who will AND MARKET SPECIALS ,,
ltp be Interested to learn that he has ville. remain for a short visit
I) ,
accepted a WPA position in Lake FRI. & SAT. NOV. 11 AND 12, 1938 . lie
'BOLSTERING, refinishing and City. Mr. and Mrs. A. E. McKinney Congressman R. A. Green left ,
of all furniture at and for St. Petersburg, Stuart LE i' < :
repairing I spent Sunday In High Springs Tuesday FANCY TKNDKll SIRLOIN
uomible prices. All work guar- Mrs. Julia H. Eastman spent Monday at Brooker with Mrs. Mc- and Miami, where he spokeon MED. LEMONS doz. lOc 1 G
teed Phompt service. Freder- Sunday in Lake Butler as the lnney's parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. Townsend programs. He was '1 : :
{i Furniture Hospital, East Call guest of Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Reg W. Hazen. accompanied home-'today by Mrs. St k 15 i .1 1
at railroad. Itp ister. Green and baby, Robert Alexis, NEW PORK STATE ea C (
Don Stilley of Jacksonville, was who had been visiting Mrs. Green's ,}. 1 110KK
JR SALENew cotton bags, 3, Mrs. K. G. Duncan was the! the week-end guest of his mother, slater, Mrs. H L. Speer in Pa. CAULIFLOWER Lb. 8c .
5, and 10 pound sizes with ad- of Mr. I '
luncheon guest Wednesday Mrs. Lettle Stilley and his broth- hokee. t;
1
-sa tag and drawstring for ship- and Mrs. T. E. Duncan in Gaines- er-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs.R. IMPERIAL COOKING SKMINOLK ,

ig ore pecan nuts In. -lQ..284tR White's ville. C. Buford. I children Mr. and, Elizabeth Mrs. H.,A.Charles Lawson, Julia and APPLES 3 Lbs. lOc l Breakfast Bacon, Lb. 25c N Nit ttj.: ;

) SALE---New and used brick Mrs. H. Howard of Leesburgwas Mrs. J. C. Mills, of Rutherford- Ellene, Agnes, and James, and '
for all purposes. Campvllle Clay the guest Tuesday and Wed- on, N. C., is spending several Hazel Phillips attended the Law- Ul )Eld '10 $ FA'1'1 NU LB. ; r ,f
txlucta, Inc., Route 31, Camp- nesday of Dr. and Mrs. W. E. Mid- weeks here with her son-in-law son family reunion, held at the ECONOMY It
lie, Fla. 10-22-Itp dleton. and daughter, the Rev. and Mrs. home of Mr and Mrs. H. O. Lawson APPLES dozen 23c 1
In Auburndale Sunday. About
Frank Robinson.
forty-two members were presentto : STEAK tIzc i 1! -s
'
1'liftsll to'i GltOWN
Mr. and Mrs. William Norris enjoy the occasion.
,
NAT SEZ: and Mrs. L. A. Rennolds left I BEANS 3 Lbs. 25c : .

It ain't no sin to run If you're Thursday for Columbia, S. C. to I Among those from out of town LEAN FLORIDA LB. I't "
and meet Mr. Rennolds, who returned :attending the funeral services '
scared !
scared, but If you're with them for a visit. I Monday for A. M. Darby were:
there admit no place The to other run, nightS what 'James C. Darby, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur EmperorGRAPESLb.lOc Pork Chops 17c 4 : i.

!: to t < you going to doT broadcast wasY Senator and Mrs. C. E. Johns attended Perry, Jr., Mrs. B. S. Carroll t.j'J
,
\ ', over the air, a hIt a dinner party at the Mayflower Mrs. J. H. Hitch, Mrs. P. L i .f
made so reulltitlc and scary Hotel in Jacksonville Tuesday Gaskins N. D. Preston; Mrs. T. N. Celery Lettuce lOc 1 MEATY nIB HEEF LB j, \
the jig wa or ea. \
thought
lots of folks the night given In honor of Miss ,Limbaugh, all of Jacksonville; "
up. Some of them culled up the Helen Register and Mr. D. P. :Mc-! Miss Gertrude Heerlng, and Miss
preacher and wanted to Join Klnnon, whose marriage was an Miriam C. Stubbs, of Green Cove STEW lOcrCo. .S

Chun-It right nowfter jut u play, most they event of Wednesday night. Sena- Springs; Miss :May Wolfe, and Mrs. CARROTS bunches 15c h.
found out It walt
and tor and Mrs. Johns also attended Charles Stevvns of Macclenny; WJ ,
of thorn decided to wait Joinnext the wedding. Wolfe, and Ml"r and Mrs. Guy

time they not stand.SPECIAL 1 - -- I Kist Peas 3 cans 25c Fairmont's C.Cheesepk.{ 5c .'T '; 1

SPECIAL SALE j
y
t 1 SUNSHINE 4 NO. 2 CANS f '1 I
[ Part Wool Blankets Ladies Coats I'OUNIJ 1'ACKAGKKraft's r+
I.
a t
I tc 80, weight 2',; II.... Strong; One rack of winter coats and $8.05 that mn' CUT BEANS, 25c Velvela Cheese 15c ; 1
NHIHI ruction' 3" In. Sateen bind- formerly (sold at $6.93 S--: i

'"R. lUwte, blue and green. -on sale at ;1 '.
Apple Sauce 3 25c
$1.98HOSE $4.98 $345and cans DAISY CltEAMCHEESE
'S3, I
Lb. 17c '
+f'. ( NO. Zl/i CANTable :,
,
SPECIAL WT5 AUK HEADQUARTERS ;

Dorella Hosiery 'Men's Work Pants Power, Stamina and Long-Life battery 1 '0 i I'I Peaches, 15c t .. i(. L
1)gA E
t\i four thread silk chiffon hone Tile oonjitructloii on these Work I Fully Plates I Guaranteed., 90. mp. Full Rating Size VAN CAMPS 6 I-LJI. .
ruMln manufacturers Piinta Is the best you can get mnnthKunrHnteft V'NVE\ BUY YOUR PECANS
by the Wedlnrn Aulo' deflnlt .. S.j IlI ;
of Holeproof lose ut any price.69c" I I factory ..rvlc mmure.. absolutely .tI. ip PORK and BEANS e : ) .

98c I Installed FREE r
Otter ,rest ant!,.,, lavingt. Proper iprcilifationi/ hr all tart.
KINO I'l1.iJ'tltfIIY PKO.UIIITESIDK .

EXTRA' SPECIAL "DO Arch YOUR Type FEET Shoes IIC'RT Davis DeLuxe Wizard Spark_ ,35c"lugs ea.. R I FLOUR" 24 Lbs. 57c FLOUR, 5 Lbs. 25c { .

Ladies Sweaters I In sets 32o ea.America's \ i "
foAl" Will help you. Let us fit you up \ ea i '
.neateror coat style Value! '
Tire
< .
10915. and III a pair of I'eter's. Velvet stepbitest Biggest | I'UKE FIRMLARD: ( OMP. JEWEL.LARD :i
; wool, all the newest
style hlioett. Guaranteed Mufflers Bacon Lb. 12/c Lb. 9c Lb. lOc :n i

$2.98 $3.95 18 Months 450x21 ------ 7.40 Model "A" $1.83: =

____ '.60 Chevrolet i
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All 473x10525x17 41.89
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Ford "V-8" FANCY 1
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KEEP WARM IN WHEN YOU THINK OF Road Hazards FCib. RICE c:1' lR '
__ 8.96
Men's Boots Strictly First. 525x18 uu Radio Tubes 20c 5 Lbs. 17 ,

Balbriggan Pajamas Line Quality 550x17 ..___ 0-83 At a .Savingson ,
S4<1" by !\Iun lngwear. Just all Think of UA.'e carry Peter'ssaem Challenges Comparl- BOOt 18 11.OIS -- Citron Peel, lb. .29c f'tl 1
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an flannel and looks a lot line of tth..y, wear longer with the Best Parts for TOMATOES No. 2 6c Orange, lb. 29c f'
'tter. and cost lefts. For Low-Cost-Per-Mlle TITHES can 1 I ,
& Chev.
Ford
Lemon lb. 29c
$4.98 They Have No Equal t $,.2a to $2.so P j
$1.98 Mounted FREE At a Saving Cherries, red lb. 39c j, ,
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It Pays.-to- -Buy- at- HOT WATER CALL (EATERS( $6.25 Meal,10 1 Lbs 18c PRUNES, Lb. 5 C Pineapple! : lb. 39c "f'

SEAT COVERS INSTALLED FHEE. Raisins, pkg. lOc h .I'i J

FRESH OD Peaches, Lb. lOc Dates, pkg. lOc ', f.

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frs FARMERS SECTION ''I MINSTREL MAN, PRESENTS CAPT.HENRY'S LIVE STATE NEWSFLORIDA 1\1J. Edna Lto '''' '

SI-lOW.BOAT FOLLIES Mr. and
Mrs. Pall: ) { ,
NOTES OF INTEREST TO BRADFORD GROWERS ----_.-_-_ ., FACTS IN SHORT PARAGRAPHS children< of Brook ,Llf"/ ? "" at

-_-_-- For 20 years John R. Van Ar-, Captain Henry is well known to wlta their parents M" M"ni1'
if 11. S nam has come to this section of every radio listener In the world. Walter Underhill Und hlr,
PINE SEEDLINGS JAX PIER BURNEDJACKSONVILLE ; EVERGLADES SHIPPING
I the country with his Honeyboy For until a short time ago he was Mrs Edd Sullivan of
Hints To Housewives Fir PAIIOKEE Ono and There8lla
BEACH hundred
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L. : to min from spending some ''
SHOULD BE SET Minstrel Show. He clung broadcasting every week time with
I strelsy long after all other pro. coast to coast. early Saturday destroyed the su- sixty-four carloads of beans rolled tar. 1Iolrs. R M. Crosby h"I
_, I IN DEC. AND JAN. /peretr cture of the Jacksonvlll< out of the Glades section In a week Mr. and Mrs.
Weekly from Homo Demonstration fessional producers had abandonedit Mr. Van Arnam has provided A. G.
1 ; \" Beach where thousands of that featured feverish Meisler
pier packing, Ruth III
Mayes
and for had the of
Specialist Tallahaac.C eight years only with fine Tenfleee
Captain Henry a arrayof
summer visitors have danced In the activity with but little return for In this Is spec,
week
With the demand for pulpwood minstrel show given by white per stage stars vaudeville acts and with Mr.
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FOR SHEET BUYERS past fifteen yeura Only the pilings the local growers and packers. C. Conner and ?blii.!! "
FACTS: Brad-
naval stores and Umber formers In the United Stales and pretty girls to combine with the I enl'Ollte, to their
supporting the pier were left. Market prices continued slipping In Miami. hon
ford County landowners are showIng Canada.
radio stars to give the public 2Va
The combined fire departments of: throughout the week. ata
Clarlno r'I Starting
ByMi1 By an active interest in planting Mrs. Ander
Turning finally to another formof hours of wonderful entertainment. i Oliver and
Kxtemtlon Textile Specialist pine seedlings, advises M E. Hene- entertainment he now presentsthe Bear in mind we will be here one Jacksonville Beach and Neptune level of around 90c per hamper Bettle. of JackHonvllle dunghb
J.
Beach unable to the the market eased off to bare and
were save a 75c
HOME gar, district forester Lake City. famous radio star "Captain night only Monday Nov. 7. The I Strickland of Mayo ?
A large part of the 60 yards of wooden structure. by the end of this week. vi8ued ,the
NEED Soil building payments for plant- Henry and his Show Boat Follies"a prices are Adults 25c:) Children 15c. Sister and brother-in-law
'I; FOR ; cotton consumed per capita each ing pines under the AAA Act, ad- radio stage show of DO performers Under the worterproof tent theatre -*- I Mrs. R. M. Crosby, SIr lit
States Is used CHIEF JUSTICE RETIRES Sunday
in the United
h' year ministered by the county agents under their waterproof tent located at Show grounds on Madi- ELEVATOR FOR CAPITOL A large number
for home furnishings. Among I TALLAHASSEETwentyfour! TALLAHASSEE. fiom, her.,
ACt'M I'' are further encouraging farmers theatre. son Ave. -Plans for in- tended a
tbe. bO the household textiles which the to reforest their cut-over land and _m__ _____ years of service on Florida's Supreme stallation of an elevator in the the 6th Sunday meeUng (
;; jUting l homemaker buys frequently are abandoned old fields. I Court eneded Nov. 1 for state capitol has the cabinet's ten- t the State Association, which In.

tJi J w i, sheets, blankets towels, washcloths Mr. Hencgar stated that the Local Scouts DOUBLE RUN Chief Justice William Hull Ellis. tative approval. The state senate with the Shiloh Church n"ar Greg
Cove
j table linens and curtains. The doffed his Springs last
71-year-old justice
Jy borneJcharacte property of L. G. Powell, one mile Attend Regional Mrs \V. A. Tyler Cor. last year authorized $15,000 for Mr. and Mrs. week-end
,1 A few recommendations on buying judicial robes under provisions of the elevator but Governor Cone Walter
north of Starke D. E. Knight, east
\ [far too (tr these articles may prove helpful. of Brooker; and; the State Farm at Court of Honor Mrs. Ernest Wilmot has returned a state law which permits Supreme and the cabinet later decided to 6th and Elder N. T. King att.n"Ttt

f eldored i ft Ready-made sheets may be Raiford; illustrate that Planted I home after a visit In Jack- Court Justices who complete 20( delay the project until a date the New Sunday River meeting of tho V,

of impotf bought at very little more cost Pines Pay." Thursday night, October 27, sonville. years on the benni( and reach the nearer the 1939 legislative session Church Sunday
.; to puf than buying the sheeting by the I age of 65 to retire at full pay opening next The cabinet Mr. and Mrs\ Jeff |L., ttls
At
: April.
y "Orders should be sent In before four boys of Troop No. 70 Boy Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Conner of sons, Tommie
Elmer
& erattons yard and hemming your own the $6000 a year. instructed Its engineer to make and Bobbl., |
a
r { November 18 to be sure of a Scouts of America, attended Rising spent Sunday with Mr. and and Mis. H H Lewis ,
along 1'tI\ Mit' sheets. Generally, the difference in supply of slash pine seedlings" regular monthly regional Boy Mrs. W. R. Conner. ---. survey of possible locations for the Jacksonville, Tuesday. visited

ed man! cost Is five or six cents. Higher states Mr. Henegar, "and plans Scout Court of Honor held in the Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Tyler and I 00 OPERATION lift. Original plans called for it to .
prices will be paid for sheets with and children attended at New PALATKA ThanKS be installed in the Capitol's south ------
l'jF Home should be made to plant from December Duval County Courthouse presided church to a suc-
.Florida hemstitched hems, although the 1 to January 15 to get over by Judge J. Olllo Ed- River Sunday night. cessful caesarean operation per- wing, near the governor's office. 114 MI'Tv

aevel'&lft/ wearing qualities are likely to be the.. best live." I munds. Those attending were: Miss .Josephine Raulerson of formed by Dr. J. N Thomas local 1 to decide the Democratic nomi- :Miss, Adi Nlmnio. Corn-BiH, >ndni

I 1; methods lessened madeIn Leonard Smith, Mike Dew Arcn Tampa- Is visiting friends here. I veterinarian, six: Cocker Spun' I ---
Several 1 large plantings STILLS CAI'TUUEUTALLAHASSEE.
; of the When buying textiles for the' December of last show Thomas, Frank Robinson III; and Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Griffis of lei puppies are comfortably nest. Fled Guy, ,)f Jaclw.n.illethe : : .pl
year of
tablislf home facts and not guesswork the Fev. Frank Robinson, scout- Starke spent Sunday with Mr. ling at their mothers side. The Agents week-end, with his parents 111
survivals of 80 to 90 percent despite I the state beverage
| in ths Ijpeclpes r should guide the buyer. The tensile I master. These boys received the tnd Mrs. O. L. Brown. mother, Cindy was injured, making department destroyed and Mrs. James T. Guy.

,, strength, which Is the number of the dry weather this spring. following awards and commissions: Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Rhoden of natural birth Impossible be- 59 illegal whisky stills durIng J. C. Lewis, who has been located
did not live as
convent 41I&& pounds strain that a fabric will Late plantings Frank Robinson II!, warrant from Jacksonville were guests of Mr. cause of a fractured pelvic bone. September. Beverage Commis- In the J. H. Saxon lesldenc
well. sioner Thomas W.
houaewl take without tearing both length- National Headquarters commissioning and Mrs. Willie Wilson recently.We The operation was performed Sun Long estimatedthe on Main St., has moved to Waldo

[ V corresp J Jr wise and crosswise, indicates its Application for seedlings is him as Senior Patrol Leader are glad to welcome Mr. and day night. Cindy's offspring four stills could turn out 2.250 gal- J. J. Boyd has taken over ft,

buair44:; wearing qualities. A good durable made to the district forester at In Troop 70 for 1938-39; Arch Mrs. J. L. Brantley into our section males and two females survivedthe lons of moonshine whisky each Triangle filling station and grocery

Asafedon : t11I1M1 sheeting should test higher In the Lake City. The Florida Forest and Thomas was awarded his card and They have moved here from I' operation in perfect health as week. The state tax on that store that has been operale-

>iptlon ibWIJJ warp or lengthwise threads. Sixty Park Service raises seedlings for pin for having completed his First Starke. did the mother. amount would be 2700. Long's by Rene and Byrely

ag; to 70 pounds tensile strength is sale at cost which is $2.00 per Class requirements; Leonard Smith Mrs. O. L. Brown is sick at her report of September activity The Rev. C. R. Robinson preached
desirable. thousand fob. Olustee. Mr. Hen awarded their home this TURKEY showed 32,235 gallons of mash destroyed at the
I did ays and Mike Dew were yeek.SUNNY AUCTION Baptist Church last Sun
buanes4 Thread count of the the fabric, egar states that nearly 7,000,000 cards and pins for having completed BRANFORD.-WllIlam L. Wilson 1,657 gallons of whisky day night.

cii. witl means the number of both length slash pines are being grown but their Second Class requlre- BROOK FARMMrs. Director of State Markets an- destroyed 28 automobiles worth J. L. Williams and! family O'

and tha| : and crosswise yarns per square orders have already come in for ments. nounces that the first turkey auc- $4,875 confiscated and $11,347 of Alabama will arrive here In a tw

tag moRjof \1NTfl Inch. Muslin sheets with a thread i more than half that number. With Troop No. 70 having completed Floyd-R. Crosby. Cor. tion sale will be held at the State 223 property! arrests.destroyed. There were days and will make their home ir

their! count of 70 to 80 in the warp and I' its registration for the new Farmers' Market in Branford on Eighty-eight cases the large two story residence In
Mr. and Mrs. C. Sullivan of tried In court resulted in 74
CUTTING
lreaourc 60 to 70 In the filing will give sat. WISE TIMBER Scout year and with the constant November 16 at 2:00: P. M. The convictions the southern part of town know
FOREST Theressa were visiting Mr. and and 14 with finesof
L INSURES' ; FARM acquitals,
ntarin isfaction. and support of the auction will be under the man- as the David Jones i esidence They
cooperation
RETURNS FOR FUTURE Mra. Floyd Crosby Sunday after- I $4,535 and sentences of 7%
o wl The weight of a fabric Is an important Troop Committee and the SponsorIng agement of Clarence Moses of rears. were once residents of our torn

?._. deSJ'The measure of the amount of Group the Rotary Club, it Is noon.Mr.. and Mrs. H. B. and Branford who will be assisted In and they have a host of fl lends
GAINESVILLE. With four Kelly ---- -- -
hHeaentl' A sheeting I advancements will his work by F. W. Risher of the I here who are delighted to have
cotton buying.
expected
:: you are large wood pulp mills now operat- many Fred Halslop were business visitors :MORE TAG MONEYTALLAHASSEE. : them
4'' be made all the boys In the State Marketing Bureau. This will return.
by
Vi ounces square
weighing
per I
ing in Florida and a fifth under to Jacksonville one night last F 1 10 r I d a Miss
in be the first State supervised poultry Ophelia Bryan sppnt the
service.
oman IK, ldcWl yard will\ give Quality and far- troop. 'week. schools will receive
construction, more more approximately
auction to be held in Florida week-end with friends and reli
j tatfF sheets can be further determinedby The set-up for the local troop is Mr. and Mrs. B. M. McRae $500.000
mers will have opportunity to mar- were more money from the Motor lives In
of used to and if successful will be followedby Jasper and VnldosU Ga
| by the amount sizing their as follows: dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. L. I Vehicle Department in 1938
lilch rfro give the sheet, a smooth, soft fining ket pulpwood produced on _ others. ....__ ... ___ _IL> ._ ____ .. ---- -- I
farm forest areas, says L. T. NIe- Sponsoring Group: The Rotary A. i...ul>uy. ounuay. ._ iit&u nicy uiu LU J.ITOJ, ana a mu- Trade between North and South!
of --
< ish. An average of % 1 percentis land, farm forester with the State Club of Starke. Mr. and Mrs. Marcus Conner,' TIMES GET BETTERJACKSONVILLE. lion dollars more than they received America Is in excess of $2223000'
of
gZr' is a safe amount dressing. Agricultural Extension Service. Troop Committee: Dr. M. B. Mrs. Beulah Kelly and Mrs. Eve- That the from the department in annually. Much of it is through

ing.4-9* Long sheets are more durable Although the pulpwood market Herlong, Chairman; E. L. Mat- lyn Crosby attended the Union economic recession is itself receding 1936, D. W. Finley, Motor Vehicle Florida ports.

nserv;> and comfortable than short ones. provides ready cash for farm- thews, Publicity; Jos. Wilson, Advancement meeting at New River Sunday. In Florida Is Indicated by Commissioner, said this week whenhe .--
tIn, arj The most satisfactory length Is timber NIeland that Collie Crosby Is building a new issued his departmental
grown warns ; and L.A. Davis, Treasurer the records of the State Welfare reportfor Tampa has 17 regular steamship
CtMira"mll4' :108 Inches. care must be exercised to avoid ; Frank Robinson, ex-offlcio house. He hopes to move in soon. Board. These records reveal that the third quarter of the year lines operating through her peru

: A good sheet is firm In weave, destructive over-cutting of farm member of the committee. Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Kelly were the number of persons referred to Total receipts for the first nine 14 irregular 5 coastwise, 1 inter

: /[ 9U w practically free from sizing Is torn forest lands. Scoutmaster: The Rev. Frank visiting in Lake Butler one night the Works Progress Administration months of 1938 amounted to $6- coastal and 1 tankers
f ffcua/! from the bolt and last week. 029,000 the record shows
rather than cut Unless timber Is wisely and conservatively as compared -
Robinson, pastor First Methodist for September numbered but
i f wr of. ,. Is hemmed with strong thread and harvested, he the Mrs. W. W. Underhill and Mrs. with $5,863,733 for the entire rrtmCOLDS
J says Church. 6.634 as compared with 7,469 for
|*ully th| short even stitches (about 12 or farmer may receive but a small Alderman of St. Petersburg were October year of 1937, and $5,238,734 i 666
August. not
:figures
P/>**J me, ; 14 to the inch). Best grades of I of the actual value of his for- Senior Patrol Leader: FrankRobinson visiting Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Croshr yet for all of 1936. firm d.i ,
_. _. ___ ____ part available, will show a further decrease -
L .u uU III. .._
i--: W tlii aneeui are maae :irom CULLUII rung-. est trees and at the same time he tnp____ clay__ _laat___ uroctlr.. __no It was stated. Certifications The commercial-- I Headachesand
K4)g'f) Ing from about 1 to l'/i Inches in the possibilities for Panther Patrol: Arch Thomas, first airplane Fever
may destroy to the National
Youth Administration
Buck' service In the United States on Liquid Tablet lui> la CoU.
Patrol Leader Davis
l Short-and medium- ; Buddy
; 92i staple length. BROOKERMiss
income from his woodland for
I also showed a slight regular schedule was established 8alv, No. l>rop. In 30 minute$
t length fibers sometimes called McMillan, and George Flynn
'( many years to come. Vera Galney Cor. decrease for September dropping between St. Petersburg and Tam-
Scribe and Treasurer.
ic short- and medium-staple cotton Troop Liniment
-I NIeland points out that due to I from 793 In August to 666.
l!; are used for the lower quality lack of knowledge of sound forest Wolf Patrol: Leonard Smith Community Club pa. Try ".Rub.y.Thun.'onderftl1
Sewing
7' I sheets. Twisting binds the fibers practices in supplying the pulpwood Patrol Leader; Enos Hayes, Elbert' The Sewing Club met Tuesday

I and holds them in place. It also market, many acres of farm Thornton, Bryan Harrell, and Comer -' afternoon, October 18, at the homeof
; : adds strength to the yarn ancmakes
forest land have been disastrously Ferryman.
Mrs.
T. W. Markey. The bus-
g the :fabric more durable. overcut. The fact that the farmer
I Mohican Patrol: Freeman RegIster incas meeting was presided over
t r Read labels for tensile strength, usually does not realize what has Patrol Leader; Mike Dew, by the president, Mrs. Q. L. Bar- New CHEVROLET

thread count, weight and size be- happened until it is too late con- William Baker and Edgar Wllker- field. A vote was taken and It 1939

0 1 fore buying your sheets. tributes to the seriousness of the was decided that the club would

situation. The pulp mills are aware son.Bat Patrol: Sonny Haynes, Patrol meet every other Tuesday after-

4 : If Exc... Acid causes that over-cutting will threaten Leader; E. Denmark Chas. noon; the next meeting to be at

I II FREE youpainaofStomach their investment by a general depression Jones and Chester McKinney.BOOTSEY'S the home of Mrs. Vivian Parkeron
1 Ulc.rs. Indigestlonf4 of the available wood sup. : November 8. II Again More Quality / All PRICES 1AT

1 BloatlngCasIIeartburnBelching, ply and have Issued Instructions on BEACH An hour of sewing was enjoyedby REDUCED
tF'' Nau *a, get a Irt. sample of UDCA how to cut timber stands conser- I. the ladles after which delicious SUBSTANTIALLY REDUCED PRICES

; ; 1il nd a /!.. interesting booklet tCARPENTER'S vatively. Miss Effle Crawford, Cor. refreshments of ham sandwichesand n
t 4 DRUG STORE NIeland strongly urges all farmers I coffee were served by the host C ____ $45
tji who are contemplating the Willard Gasklns, Miss Virgie

i harvesting of their timber crop to Gasklns, and A. J. Crawford attended ess.This also being the occasion ofMrs. T : ; I.

Beware Coughs consult their county agents the the party Saturday night Charlie Galney's birthday _
of Misses Lois and Lucile Johns
Extension farm forester at the
she
;, t was presented many beautiful
p from common colds University of Florida, or to writeto of Hellbronn. gifts by her fellow club members.

the State Forester at Tallahassee Mr. and Mrs. Willie Johns and Those present with the hostessat

7 That Hang OnNo before they begin cutting. This baby of Plant City spent last week this meeting were Mrs. T. W.

may result In saving many dollars with Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Johns. Markey Mrs. S. M. Baird, Mrs.

matter how many medicines and, In addition, preserve the farm Miss Gertrude Gasklns of Water J. K. Douglas Mrs. Lois
'I If have tried for common Long
;you your
forest for a profitable cutting every Oak section was visiting her grandparents Mrs. G. E.
? 1 cough chest cold or bronchial irritation McGauley, Mrs. G. B.
1 you may get relief now with few years. Mr. and Mrs. L. U. Murr- Colsen Mrs. Lawrence Wiggins, 'p -
il 4 Creomulslon. Serious trouble may United States Department of hoe over the weekend.Mr. Mrs. L. A. Brown, Miss Lubedia

.t: h : 'o' ''rib v .be.U_ 'ft".brewing...ftV. .ft.. .ft"ft....m.and. g you__......cannot.. ".''_'S_ _...afford.._......us.... Agriculture Leaflet No. 153 "Howto and- Mrs. C.- -E.- Crawford. Pinholster, Mrs. Florence Varna- .: I
less potent than Creomulslon.which Cut Southern Farm Timber for ana sons, Junior and Edwin, spent doe Mrs. Muriel Norman, Mrs. -:

goes right to the seat of the trouble Steady Profit," contains helpful the week-end in Worthington Charles Hardy Mrs. Dorothy Taylor a I.
and aids nature to soothe and heal suggestions on managing and marketing Springs with friends and relatives Miss .1.i.. I
Evelyn Mrs. .
Inflamed Crosby, B. FHazen d'
S the mucous membranesand farm timber. A .. .
to loosen and expel germ- copy may ; Mrs. R. P. Lewis, Mrs. JQIE&cT10.
be obtained from the county agentor Earl Cbesser of this section is.
; laden phlegm. Maria Wiggins, Miss Vera Galney, TIlE ""
I Even if other remedies have failed, by writing to the Extension now employed in the CCC in San Miss Mary Mott. .w.'d mo BChO" ....
t don't be discouraged try Creomul- farm forester University of FlorIda Jose, Cal. TlI .. ......
slon. Your druggist is authortzed to -.-"'
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refund your money if you are not are sorry to report that Mrs. .... Ift'l/ -
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: : thoroughly satisfied with the benefits to her home here after spending H. B. Crosby Is on the sick list ............,,........__-. ..-- 1I011 aa"0 .-.-......- >
: obtained. Creomulslon is one Florida's principal Atlantic Coast several I weeks In Worthington at this writing.G. ., ... ._ ........ .OBS l
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word, ask for it plainly see that the .., ....
., name on the bottle is Creomulslon. ports are Fernandlna, Ft. Pierce Springs. W. Hazen, who has been ill .. ... ,"" .. ..," ....... \I\SIB\III1\ ." .
_ ; ; and you'll] get the genuine product; Jacksonville Miami Port Ever- Mr and Mrs. Dan Starling and for some time is much improvednow. ""' .1.... _.. ..,,\ ', ....
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_ _.' S and the relief you want. (Adv.) glades and West Palm Beach. Family of Lawtey visited Mr. and I ..,... ." ..._.".. ....... _.\ .y.. ".. >. _.. ...., ola" "."..". .._... ..
Mrs M. L. Thompson and family H. P. ,_ -' BR&1ttSA
Gainey spent last week ....-
FUNERAL DIRECTOR Saturday afternoon. end in Plant City as the guest of 'SZ", ?SSg&SiloJ 1l1D11.J\UtJC ...
Miss Effle Crawford of this section his brother, E. S. Galney ...l.llllt ne'" ..... ...
{ kk4 Afy Many. Years Experience Makes It Possible for Me to Render ,..,.unou. ..".... .ok< tg9..c. .
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spent the week-end In Lake A large croyd from here attended iu ... ..'M .., ., ..... 'f<< JJ....

r EFFICIENT, PROMPT: and COURTEOUS SERVICE Butler and Worthington Springs. the Union meeting at Long .......,,_ ..._-" C.-"'-"" _<< "_g....,, 1"0.1

,: MODERATE PRICES Robert Rosier was visiting Bridge Saturday and Sunday. _otectioli:
friends in Hawthorne Saturday r.. p
few Volu
Quite a from here attendedthe -
Ft I'ROIPTAND:\ COURTEOUS AMUULANCE SERVICE night. Hallowe'en Carnival at Starke ....... "'Jalaft .. _

\ DAY PHONE 1 NIGHT PHONE 132 Lacy and George Gasklns of and Lacrosse Friday night. CHEVROLET'SFAMOUS .

_ Water Oak, spent Saturday night .. '
-w DeWITT C. JONES here with A. J. and Stanley Craw- A RELIABLE TONIC TO AID !' .

St&rke Florid ford.Mr. RECOVERY AFTER A VALVE-IN.HEAD TOUdl-don"

I and Mrs. Darby Gaskins SICKNESS ...., ___ftcfAA. 11"U \(
\v = were visitors to Jacksonville Saturday When a siege of grippe, coldsor '\ -" -
Wftt I:
other illness leavea you weak T.rcnu: tctna.. the I ;; I lU1t'PERl'ECTED 1 1
SPECIAL Mr. and Mrs., Guy Rosier, of and run-down, with no appetite :: (

: ; Michigan, are spending their vaca- then you should take Rexall Syrup

__ tion here with his mother Mrs. Hypophosphltes. VACUUM GEAR-SHIFl' oImosts.' .IfI." IZ.idv.

c : tM YOUR CAR LUBRICATED FOR 35c Jean Gaskins. This splendid preparation not ..a.-Ie.1 SI. Pd_ Puq. tes

ct ( f, ta: A large crowd from this section only gives general tonic effects but It .a--..._...-...... .......___ 0 per
r GAS AT A PRICE YOU CAN AFFORD attended the Halloween CarnivalIn stimulates the appetite. It Is espec- I _

Lawtey Friday night. ially good In cases of simple or _
fl 1v TO PAY Mr. and Mrs. Lee Johns and nutritional anemia.

1 1hi ,family of Live Oak, spent Sunday Buy Rexall Syrup Hypophosphltes -

I afternoon with, Mr. and Mrs. G. at your Rexall Drug Store

Smith's B. Johna. -Carpenter's Drug Storein TORODE CHEVROLET CO.

Garage Mr. and Mrs. Russel Carter, ofUellbroDD. I Starke, where you always get the

I were visiting In this best values in town. Look for the

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PRESBYTERIAN EPISCOPAL CHRISTIAN
METIIODIST
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BAPTIST Shephera Rev. Frank Robinson Supplied by Rev. Fred Yerkes, Jr Supt. Church School
i t. A Pastor Rev Dr Rice. and Rector Ijttmml QarrettSunday
1" Pastor Sunday School Supt.Miss Morning
Hev Dr. Adam.
13. K. Ferryman.Oen.
Supt. Ella J. Sassa Sunday Schoel l
t i rtioman.( Superintendentof Organist
SA School Church Mrs E M. Mr*. James Carlyle Worship Service "NEW
'"AY A. M. Church Achool Church School Supt Servloe. 1 1 O'clock
Morn'n* S rvlc 10 A. M. Roy' Mathew. School, Sunday Evening. I ,
M. Morning Worship Sunday Service 7.30: P. M.Pruyer .
A.
II Service, 11 A. M.Church School 10 A. M. Wednesday
napttet 6'45,Training P. M. Evening Worehlp 10 A. M. Morning.___11 A. M. Meeting evening 1:30: \ jt:
!tfilen.;: :;,g'lIervlco, Pnrvlce 7-80: P. M. Morning Worship Friday*____T.30: P. M. ;
..v Young People/ 11 A. M. before. Everyday k
730 P.Meeting M. League Meetings Holy Days--10 A. M.VedneedaY. complete up-to-date merchandise, priced lower than ever if
prayer 1:30: P.M. 6.30: P. M.Prayer MIALLIANCE New and "/"' ;

"r, Mona pianist Canova. Wednesday,Meeting 7.80: P.M MISSION HALL GOSPEL, TAB.Sponsored The President Hev frankRoblnBon is Bargain Day at ALEXANDER'S NEW STORE. v
Choir Dlrectorl Mrs. F. II. Long:, a
john h j.,; : Organist director and Choir Sponsor: Mr. and Mrs.by Vice Trevlclent thousands of customers "-
Mr. and Mr. The Hev. 1..ellerhRlrrnan Why? Any one of our
I of Deacon J. T. Quigley store. "
flock to our
' Board F Kick liter Mrs. H. K. Ferryman, J. T. Quigley Evangelistic Service ShepherdSecretaryTreaiiurei Watch them
AnnlHtant OiRanlat nible Study, each Friday evening. and better goodsfor r
each .V
T. Long. Assistant You buy more
T. The can
beard of Powell Trustees Choir Director Tuesday evening 7:1C 7:30 o'clock The Hev Fred Yerkeifull that question very easily. answer
(, G -_. can answer
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ScheduleFor t JR. CHOIR BEGINSREHEARSALS "CHURCH NIGHT"INAUGURATED less money at ALEXANDER'S. "

November At AT You will find at' this store an experiencedsales 1.

ChurchTo BAPTIST CHURCHAfter It will be at all times our aim to please. : ;: j J

Methodist The Music Committee of the article buy is guaranteed to be as we represent it. 'i'4; ':
First Baptist Church announcesan some weeks of preparationand force to help you. Every you f'c
an unusually large congregation event that promises to be of readjustment, the Church .1 :,
at the First Methodist) Church Infinite value to the boys and girlsof Night Plan now In use at the First Below will find a few of our many bargains. ( :
hist Sunday morning the pastor, the Church, In the forming of Baptist Church In Starke, is meet- you 1+
[the Rev Frank Robinson comKnted a Junior Choir. First rehearsalwas Ing with success and acclamation.

briefly on the plans forrAI.TY I held at the Church Saturday This plan, coming into use. in manv ....-..--- ,',.. ,'.:
MONTH to be observ- afternoon at 2:30:: o'clock Rehearsals I of the Churches, is devised to make ,.,
during November. This campaign will be held at this time the mid-week Church Service use- ,\ \\

d 1 will be to emphasize the on Saturdays and new members ful to more persons over a broad 1g New and UptodateDRESSES Manish. T .1 ore d.. i ,:
and
Jjegulur services of the Church will be received at this time also. area of Church activity. As Church ""It f 1f"
Church School and also to make All boys and girls of the Sunday Night Is employed here, the church ..1'1.d.'\ :. '
available for worshipers several School and Church who are not service proper, consisting of pray I ,
(Litra meetings during the month. more than seventeen years of age, er and worship and study, Is held COATSUITS f:' t

All Methodist, and any others who are eligible to try out for the at 7:30 p. m., on Wednesday At I '
Bare not in regular attendance at choir. 8 o'clock, after the half-hour service } 'j

Bsome other Church, are cordially of the The committee charged with arranging the meeting Is divided Into + Crepes and Silks I i .' ,i
invited to avail themselves all music activity in the group and committee discussions. ci ;" '"
opportunity thus offered by the Baptist Church consists of John H. This arrangement has shown a at only ; 4'
(Church to enrich their Spiritual Powell, Mrs. L. A. Canova, Mrs. E. greater economy of time and an I ::Ij' '

Ernes I L. Biggs, Mrs. S. P. Vandivtere Improved efficiency over all for. ) }J! .;
During the month the Prayer and Mrs. A. E Wall. I mer methods of dispatching the at only ,"
will be conductedby and Boards. I I I Ii) t,
Meeting Services Woman's'Yissionary The directing of the Junior,. work of committees I I $198 "
the following, The Choir will be in the hands of two I }
I Society (conducted) : by of the committee, well known for A large congregation Is expect ;; I Ih
Mrs. I
members of Circle of Lakeland No 2)),, Judge their ability: Mrs. A. E. Wall, In- ed next Sunday morning to inaugurate AND UP $3.95 ,
Steward Austin structor in Public School Music "Church Loyalty Month
JE K Perryman, and the Board of for Bradford County, and Mrs. L. Through the Minister Alliance of ,Fr HI "-hfl'. ., ",

I Stewards The Wednesday be held night in A. Canova, formerly a teacher in Starke, the local pastors have des- I 'J:4\
will
I service on Nov. 23 the School of Music at Florida ignated November as a period for & : i ': t tM1 !
Church as a I All latest styles ;
Presbyterian
at Tal
1 the Service of all State College for Women, special emphasis on Church Loyalty /: '.
j Union Thanksgiving lahassee. in attendance and personal de- f ''f' '1
Jthe churches in Starke.services The Sunday will- .- votions among all members. Next LADIES'colors, large lot to It..' -,
morning Worship MISSION HALL ANDTABEItNACLE Sunday will be celebrated as Fam- s c') 1
I be conducted by the pastor will and be I ily Day, and the Children of the Long and ShortCOATS from. k ..'
J appropriate seasonal topiCS The subject of the Bible study Sunday School are requested to pick > ,11

j selected, together with discussions last Tuesday night was: "Who are remain with their parents for the ( J .!
1 centering around Loyalties. the Enemies of God?" The Scrip- morning worship. At this service rl" ,
I Next Sunday morning the Sacrament ture text was, Phll.3:18,19: : "For the pastor will preach on a speciallY ,,,t '1 '
of the Lord's Supper will b< many walk of whom I have toll chosen subject, "Courageous _" CURTAINS .1 ; ,
administered while the evening you often, and now tell you even Living At the evening worshipthe ..tr: In all New Fall
service (following the 15 minute with weeping, that they are the< subject will be "A Religion :i
meditation period from 7:15: to enemies of the cross of Christ: That Saves." Styles and Colors We large line ;
730): ) will be an Armistice Day:] Whose end Is destruction, whose While the second Sunday in November .v carry a ICI
theme, "Peace and Goodwill.. A God is their belly, whose glory t Is has been designated "Vis beautifully tailored 'I i
to members of: who mind earthly of j
special invitation their shame and Itors' Day" further announce-
the American Legion has been extended things." ments of special services for H95to$9.95MILLINERY '

for this evening service. It Is evident that those of this Church Loyalty> Month will appearIn and novelty curtains. \: 1

During this month the Choir present day and age who live the Telegraph. ,

will be heard at both the morning worldly lives are just as much the \ 11\t
: p 3f )
and evening services each Sunday endmles of Christ as those who Revival at EvergreenThe ,
with special selections. Mrs. F. H surrounded the cross 1900 years of '
Long will preside at the organ al ago. Even church members maybe Rev. H. M. Tillman revival 11'
the morning services and Mrs. E, Included in this category. The Jacksonville will conduct Bap- A swell line of NEW 49c
K. Perryman, at the evening ser- service of Christ calls for complete services at the Evergreen It Ii! :
vices. separation and consecration. In tist Church beginning Sunday FALL HATS. Are k '"
could night at 7:30 o'clock. Evening ser- I "I .,,
at 3 o'clock: this present time no message
bunday afternoon vices will be held at this same worth to $1.50-at TO
Mrs. H Stewart Austin, wife ol be more appropriate or more need- up w
i night and beginning \
hour every

the the Extension Training Secretary Class, sponsored will begin i ed by Christians.Tabernacle next service Thursday will an be additional held at morning 11- Only 98c e 1f) ;

by the Board of Christian Educa"- I Last Friday night the speaker j'clock. On Sunday, Nov. 13, "Lit-
tion on the subject of "Missions. I I talked about the young man whoseFather's tle Mike," six-year-old Jacksonville $1.98 )
Mrs Austin spent five years as an I I asses that had gone I will lecture. Dinner willie
active Missionary worker In China,, astray, and found a crown. Saul I served boy on the grounds and the Good Line of Att ',:
having returned from the field had no thought at that time that I entire afternoon will be turned ]t "
She is a father's command I SCHOOLOXFORDS
about two years ago. by fulfilling his ver to the singers.
graduate of Scarrett University,, that he would have received such
and is well qualified to teach both i great reward. The thought for fiM11 Alit '' MIXED WOOL PLAIDSUITING ; : :
by training and by actual field ex us Is, that we should be about ourF'ather's
perience. This class Is open to all [ business and leave the Mrs. L C. Smith. Cor. hf,
and will be held from Sun of rewards to Him. Hems ; q
ages question of ;
Johns leather
and Mrs Norman All
The sessions world "to seek Mr. it
day through Wednesday. left us in this
on Monday Tuesday, and and Lave that which was lost." 'Hellbronn her mother Springs Mrs. C.Were Fogg visiting, over at only 36-in.i only ; j-I:

Wednesday will be held at 7:30: Next Friday night the subject weekend.Mr. :t J
the
o'clock. Mrs. Austin, together with will be "The Return of the Lord. J. Frazier were j
and Mrs. C. zp 49c yard
Mrs. Ferryman, will conduct the ir "Why Methodists should preach ihopvlng in Starke Saturday and j jI SI. 8 per

Prayer Meeting service on Wed- the Second Coming." The music I Mrs Frazier attended the cookIng ;, '\\ '4
Nov. 9. I meetings la Inspiring.
nesday it all our '1 "
school ?j4
Other special features. of Inter- ,All of the old favorite hymns are Annie Ward visited her 54-in.----All Wool l ,
Mrs ; .'
week we LINEDRESS '. '
est will be conducted on eveningof sung frequently and each daughter, Mrs. Florrle McKinney OUR PLAID SUITING : .
the 13th when the Rotary Clubof try: to learn some new songs. In Starke over the week-end and '
I
Starke will be special guestsand p'lal attended church at Long Bridge < .
again on the 27th when the Last Monday night a large number -. Sunday PUMPS & $1,79 yard '1//

Woodmen of the World will be special heard Mr. Kauto, a missionary S. E. Sparks of Starke attended per
guests of the Church. The who has seen seventeen years of services at the BaptistChurch 1

Rev c B. Dowsey, and other service In China. He gave as prayer; Wednesday. night' and gave I OXFORDS All-Wool Solid color SUITING ; ;
Gospel 54-Inch
members of the Board of Missions eautlful and simple a Interesting talk on the 6th
Elder, will we have ever heard. an I !
as
Including Presiding : message
our of Matthew. $1.49 yard J
chapter per
hold a special meeting for the public .ie Illustrated it by three Chinese I Everybody Is invited to come out' Are the talk of the ;,.

the In 28th the Church Monday night I i characters.again next Monday He will night be with Don'tmiss ui services.and attend the mid-week prayer town---only 36-inch FIGURED CREPE 39c per yd. 4','4 I y

The Woman's Missionary Society I this opportunity to hear this Mr. and Mrs. Berry Dyal, Miss LI

will hold Its annual Week man.Mrs.. of Lawtey and Mr Lumandle Dyal Junior Dyal and You cordially invited to attend our advance ; t
of Prayer during the second week Wyrlck Miss Alta Smith attended the $1.98 pair are
per
I that .
of the month. Among other meetIngs Gomes played the Tabernacle.two pianos Th< Union meeting at New River, Sun exhibition of New Fall Woolen Tail f'lt't' ;
of the month will be the reg- are now in the .
War monthly meeting of the Wom\effect was very pleasing and It' day.Several from here attended the HAVE A LINE OF BEAUTIored Men Suits Nov. 7th and 8th. Sponsored I : I
an's Missionary Society; the filled the house with music. convention at Long Bridge, Sunday WE ALSO ; 1"
League Union meeting, at which FUL WEDGE HEEL OXFORDS at $1.98 by THE GLOBE TAILORING CO.

time members of the Y. P. Division I Christian RevivalRevival Mrs. J. H. Surrency visited her .t '
will\ go as a group to Orange services conducted bj daughter, Mrs. Aileen Padgett at I
Heights; Choir Practice on Wednesday W T. McGuIre, will begin Hague last week. jll
the ReV "
I
evenings following Prayer at the Christian Church ir Mr. and Mrs. A. Varnes of Our Motto: "Sell Cheap, Sell a Heap, and Keep Eternally At It. '
Meeting, and the regular monthly Starke Monday night at 7:3C Sampson City visited her brother : 1 ;, .
Meeting of the Board of Stewards. I o'clock. The public Is cordially Invited and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. ,

Last Sunday morning the second to attend. Berry Dyal, Friday. 1\\
new class of the present Church Mr and Mrs. Frank Hicks, of
School year was organized and Smith Waldo, were dinner guests of her : ,
held Its first meeting. The class Glenn Wood this, and Loyalty Eldredge Month It Is sister and brother-in-law, Mr. and & CO.B. I !

Was organized, and Is being taught I During! Interest may be Mrs. J. E. Call Sunday. ALEXANDER ,.
by> Mrs D. P. Carpenter who laj I hoped that new In our own Church Mr and Mrs. P. O. Starling j. !.
not only
also the Adult created Mr. and Mrs.
j Superintendent of all Churches and the Spiritual and family visited ;, :
biviaion Members of this class but In Community and Walter White at Brooker, Sunday. I I
life of our
It.
Consist of Mr. and Mrs. S. R. which .
month
Johns, Jr., :Mr. and Mrs. Edwin the slogan for the Is "During Loyalty Vessels In foreign trade entering 'I I* ]

Torode Misses Hope Haynes and I has been Month adopted Co To The ChurchOf Tampa in 1936 numbered 711, of E. HATFIELD, Manager ;t ,

Georgia Haynes, Kitty Hogied Choice But Go To; which 413 were of foreign registry. .
Lucille Kennedy Abbie Harley, Your which Is In addition 94 American vessels
Lots Long Etholtne White, and!Church"cordially, an Invitation extended to the peo- in coastwise trade brought in orl ''I'Y "'
Dorothy White, also J. R. WainWright I most loaded foreign cargo. I
Stnith ple of our community.
Billy Brown Elmo






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EIGHT lUlADFOKD COUNTY TELKGIIAPII.!: STARED FLORIDA Fun.\"' I

iv/III/ 1 --. .-.,---.,-.. .. ------ - .-- .-- -' -..- --.- ---- -- -- -- ,-, ---_. Sf\''-\n....,.Eli t,
? -IVOODLii1VN Cuba ranks first In Florida's The .;?nt, I 19

Bradford County TelegraphEstablished f ADDITIONAL SOCIETY Cor. I Import list Germany, second; Bra America m e.A! In. Sou''

Bin. Oscar Carter all-, third -and Chile fourth. Look at the ma, arxt lIQnvUI
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PAGE a Will Meet Monday November: MeetingOf Mr and Mrs. :PIt Varner and lit-

= Published 'Weekly on Fridays-and 'Entered--as'S'o d Class Circles of the Woman's Missionary U. D. C Chapter spent tie son Sunday, Grady with of Mr Jacksonville and Mrs.J. .,

Matter\ at the Post Office at Starke, Florida Society of the Methodist Mrs. L. A*.Davis and Mrs E. K. M. Rosier

Church will meet Monday after- Perrytnan were joint hostesses to Mrs. Gladys Carter was visiting:

'/ MEMBER = 1 noon, at three o'clock.: Circle Num- the W. T. Weeks Chapter, U D. C. Mr and Mrs. Jeff Johns in Starke

MPRESS ASSOOAnON\A ber One will meet at the home of at the home of the former, on last Wednesday.

i Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Smith, with Wednesday afternoon. Pink roses Mrs. V. R. Reddish of Lawteywas

... Mrs. Smith and Mrs. V. B. Har- and purple and white wild flowers visiting her sister, Mrs. J

..- rell as hostesses. Circle Number were attractively arranged as dec- M. Norman Monday.

_. Two will meet at the home of Mr. oration. Miss Debbie Phillips of Max-

Col E. L. Matthews.______________________Editor and Owner' and Mrs. A. W. Redgrave, with ;I The meeting was presided over vllle spent Sunday with her sister

-- -- -- -- Mrs. Redgrave as hostess. by the president, Mrs. Perryma" Mrs. W H. Norman.
SUBSCRIPTION RATE ---+ and annual reports were read by Miss Alma Johns of Jacksonville 1
Byl I Miss Flume Crowned QueenOf
the president, treasurer, historian, spent the week-end with her par-
'' St StNEEDP Yearly, $1.50; Six Months 75c-Payable in Advance P.-T. A. CarnivalMiss registrar and cemetery committee. ents, Mr. and Mrs P. B. Johns. ( 0
ODfE'
}} 1 Advertising Rates on Application Clara Flume, attractive' After various business matters Misses Lucille and Lois Johns
? received attention Mrs Davis number of ntM"13"
I had entertained a large
FOR diMichter'( of Mr. and Mrs. F.< F, i o ,
gave an interesting report of the I their friends with a Pound Party s
STUDY TilE SAMPLE ELECTION BALLOT !name was crowned queen of the annual convention of the Florida ,, s' aellhe most out of
Saturday night. 1 your
Agree gala celebration Friday night when and Friday' B........
Sunday
] Division, U. D. C., which was held I I --+ IhAnal.tI *..u.
.d
the hon We yield a portion of our editorial column this week in the Parent-Teacher Association j this year is /
mrdle
In Orlando last month. I '
of
a norld '
MOlor -
Antingwl order to present a sample of the ballot to be used in the pponsored.( Votes its annual for the queen Hallowe'enCarnival. were ,, Because of the resignation of''I, NOTICEWe J than drietnq\ .eloy/ Lien) .car.'Ir hul. C!ellA '

General Election here next Tuesday. This sample is the Mrs. J W. Andrews!
ly home 1 reproduced sold at a cent a piece and out of secretary, )' will appreciate the patron- Big Parade of Travel
readers to it total number of 1.974, Miss was elected to fill that office. Miss S Vale
/ below and study the
our
we
tcbarac 1, directly urge age and continued support of our ,- JreksomllM, 5 .?, in, ,, ,,
Olive acted as secretary
far too I limited timeis Flume received 847. Each classin Ray pro customers who have been so loyalto rlnnilu. a.K ,,.:!: "" '
l j carefully before going to the polls. Only a very school selected a tern. o..."!. "} .!"":,''.r II
idered high sponsor Iluk.
j Darby'a Store during the past .kiBnrt. i:;; : gyNn
of 1mpo' given each voter when he enters the booth and unless he Miss Flume being the sponsor for During the social period refreshments thirty-six seats. The business will ( A....... JJ.J2:I : Vri'ltf"1"::; 2.<

by to Du r i is already familiar with the form and contents of the ballot the senior class. were served buffet style be carried on in the future as it r sox A.fuet/on ,

erattonsr Ii11ed le 1 J ja apt to make a mistake because of the necessity for hur- The Carnival which was one ot from a beautifully appointed low table bowl, was in the past always strivingto was-iemere.1
along the moat successful of its kind which by a serve the public to the best of

man rying through. ever sponsored here, opened at of yellow chrysanthemums and Its ability / lu\('\' :' Service StalioI
I -I ( iM-:
Home ;, l Although this is not a Presidential year it is the duty 2:00: o'clock Friday afternoon and balanced by'tall white candles. Tea (Signed) I f rtgmi.r
li late hour that was poured by Mrs. Perryman, "'' ', _"- .
Florida l continued until a Mrs. A. M Darby, :: ; :; :\ --
{ overallmethods t u r GIs; of every "good Democrat" to go to the polls Tuesday and ex- night. Everything that goes to who was seated at the head. of the J. Morgan Darby,

ercise the great privilege of voting that belongs to him now make a hilarious and successful table. Chas. A. Darby. .

of then j 1C'': affair, fortune tellers, fish ponds, Besides the members present
establishft 1 1l t? without even the requirement of a dollar poll tax payment. confetti, booths selling ice cream there were two visitors: Mrs. Does Bladder IrritationWtKK

l/lLB the H + hot dogs, candy and drinks, were Frank Robinson and her mother lot ('IT If* not normal
o p We should not be caught napping. As one writer has put it,
.
recipes,[ all found on Washington Ave, Mrs. j": C. Mills of Rutherfordton, its nature'H" warning "DnnicerAhead
.
t l Your 26c back If this 4-day
convent* t s r "There is real danger of serious embarrassment if we continue where several hundred persons N. C. I text dn>H not help nature flush ex-
a from all of the CONS acid l end other wastes trot,, the -------
gathered .
county -
housewt parts
j jcorrespf r t to count on the invincibility of the good old Democratic ddnevn ixr: ...n ncld. can cause the :=:;
( One of the main attractionswas the finance committee of the P.- Irritation emitting In Retting
er buslrn i y + Party and forget to vote." Other parties are always eager the show presented at 7:30: T. A. had charge of arrangements lights, frequent, "or Meanly flow up STARKE ONE NIGHT ONLY

A.4 i %" *: to step in and get a toe hold. So let's show them there isn't o'clock in the school auditorium. and was ably assisted by committees "aytuk..t burning backache((25c or to leg any pains druggist. Just Show

ed ov Prizes were awarded to the students from each department. Ap- Locally at Carpenter's Drug StoreOHDKIt .. Lot on Madison Ave. pm
r a chance by turning out and voting full strength next Tues-
tlon agfrW i' I y 1 who wore the best costumes proximately $140 was grossed, it --I

day. Mrs. L. F. Smith, chairman of was OV lILICVriOViv I MON. /
-y.nI I 1 r'' I _n_____ _____ :\ cmriir ('0111'1', KK.IITII jr. NOV.
I business"f O ) i .
i ii\i. fiiiftir. it lit 11Ollll -
f ails wit 4 : t said.'J'.L {' ('OI'>'IY. MI'11-1 (.IV
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and thai '" 'LOIU"I'll ( II \MKII1.JIJSSII :

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WILSON!' ,
K.
log moi : SAMPLE ALLOT; 1'ompln.lliHnl
of their *
i : VS.
\ resourcent t; .. HI ft,. AXDUKW' J. WILSON, iNTINCo IN PIIRJiON:
< ;. Pefvndant.

wl 1' -,. It appearing' by affidavit appended CAPTAin HEnRY5HQ
Lion bL ,. to the ,l lll filed In the "hove-
ndAbe fi FOR GENERAL ELE ,{ I the defendant thclrln named In a
t ;y t non-i exigent of the state; of Florida,
teent } li'' .'" and a reHldent of State unknown'
h nr (Make a Cross Mark (X) before the n;Line of the candidate of your choice) over the Hire of twenty-one years I
an )t.; 1 It IN therefore ordered that HaM BOAT
Into It U r rr ; nun-reHklwnt defendant be and tn'
tlonlprhlch 1 hereby required ti" appear to the
bill of complaint filed In Maid rmifaon ,
;% or before Monday, the 6th day
a d For United States Senator For County ConfrnCounty I,utloner! Bradford For Bond Trustee, Bradford County of December, A. 1). 1038 otherwise I
}i Il Is! trlct Two District Four the allegations of said bill will he r: .
Vote for One: taken. an confessed by Haiti defendant -
Vote for One: I
4
+ t Vote for One: It l Ie further ordered that thin order
CLAUDE PEPPER be published once a week for (
; -t L. L. CONNER four consecutive weeks In the Bradford I fYou
"0
_ MAY
H. D. County Telegraph a newspaper, .
< THOMAS E. SWANSON published In said County and State.
*tert Thin Oct. 31nt, 1938.
(OFFICIAL, SEAL)
4ftt A. J. THOMAS

\I !lily bey;xaatii'of> }t ; For County Comml e, wloner Bradford For Bond Trustee Bradford County By Clerk J. R. KELLY Circuit ,Court.

County Dist rlct Three District Five Deputy Clerk.T. .
"ettxty
tl "p For Representative In CongressSecond J. JENNINGS, JR.
PITT
"an d flle1.I District Vote for One: Vote for One: :Solicitor! for Complainant.

-...4-9 1 1146t122No'rU"J1
3 Vote for One:
MALLORY THO MAS
R. A. WEEKS OF '''LM OP TAX

R. A. (Lex) GREEN t'KHTIFICATKS
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
I Dopsle Grlffla has filed with me
written. request that the tax certificates -
'44't i. For Corruml wioner. Bradford -- .
County -- -- -- -- ---------- together with all subsequent -
County DIM I'rlct Foursloner omitted or levied taxes held have heard them on the Radio now
For Attorney General of State of CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT by the State be aclvertlxed. and sold ,
Florida Vote for One: Article X, Section t to the highest bidder for cash as see them in Person the Stage
To Amend Section 7 of Article X of the provided by> Chapter 18208 of the on
Vote for One: ConHtltutlon of the State of Florida relatingto Ida? acts of the Legislature, upon 15
R. S. WASDIN the exemption: of homesteads from taxation the following; described real estate. Acts High Class Vaudeville 15
providing every person holding legal or In the County of Bradford, State of
GEORGE COUPER GIBBS beneficial title to real property in thla State Florida, towlt-: Girls, Mostly Girls. Funny Comedians
I and who resides thereon and makes the same Lots 19, 20, 28. 29, 30. In Wood-
Y ':VSt + d his or her permanent home or the permanenthome lawn Sec. 10 Tp. 5 S. R. S3 E
n of other. legally or naturally dependent containing 60 acres, more or
upon such person shall be entitled to lens., 1
For County Comanli Bradford e
1i. exemption from taxation except for assessment The taxes to lie, sold are evidencedby
For Justice of Supreme Court, County ))1,1, rlct: Five for special benefits. up to the assessed certificate NOH. 123 &: 671 of 1927
b valuation of Five Thousand Dollars>> &: 1933 respectively, and represent
I Iun } State of Florida Vote for One: unpaid taxes for the years 1928 to
i.. I1):IK, both Inclusive, amounting
14 t Vote for One: For the Amendment 116003.
G'' T. D. DYAL. Said tax certificate together with
ill subsequent omitted or Levied
i RIVERS BUFORD Against the AmendmentOVSTin taxes will be> sold to the highest
ildder at the Courthouse door In
i Ktarke on the 18th day of November.
-- 19IR.:l at 11:00 o'clock A. !\I.Oat..d .
For Board of Public Ii IHtru'tlon. Bradford AMKNDMEVTArticle this. the 29th day of Octo-
TIONI.
\ !
I, e County, Ills rlct One ( III. Mrrtlun 31: her 1938.OFFICIAL.
y } Fur' Justice of Supreme Court
( SEAL)
? To Amend Section 21 of Article III of the
$ Vote for One: A. J. THOMAS
State of Florida ConHtltutlon of the State of Florida requiring
Clerk of Circuit Court of
_ "general' and uniform law. on the aubJ..ctm..Uo".d
Vote for One: in Section 20 and providing thatno Bradford County, Florida.
rp; IFl t J. H. MOORE local or special bill shall be .paused 11-4-8t-II-18.
abolixhlno" municipalities or affecting their
+ .i ROT CHAPMAN N government jurisdiction and power unlnas .
therefor shall -- '
notice of Intention to apply ,
l have been published at leant thirty day prior
r to Introduction Into the Legislature of any
y'aa ,, '' For Board of Public Ii struct Ion, Bradford such bill and requiring; the Legislature to ,
{ County Dim rlct Two establish publication of the same and recite 5
t For Justice of Supreme Court the same upon the Journals of the Legislature COMING SATURDAY NOV.
I Irt' Vote for One: but not requiring the same in laws
Ilrf State of Florida containing provisions fur a referendum elec- ,
Vote for One: tion before said law becomes effective.


ELWYN THOMAS W. E. MIDDLE ON For the Amendment THE NEW FORD CARSFOR



Against the Amendment
l' For Board of Public Ii xtructlon, Bradford

Dist let Three. ,
1 County i -
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For Railroad Conuntantoner 1939
CONSTITUTION AMRM1MENT:
r' State of Florida Vote for One: Article IX, Section :ITo

i Vote for One: Amend Section 2 of Article IX of the
i Y E. J. LEWIS Constitution of the State of Florida" requiringthe ALSO COMPLETE INFORMATION ABOUT
raising of revenue to defray the expenses -
_ r JERRY W. CARTER of State. (lovernmont. Including state
c appropriation. for benefit of uniform systemof
I public free nchools and of the State Institutions -
of Higher Learning, and also a sufficient
jt, For llond Trustee rudford County, sum to pay the principal and Interest The New Mercury 8
I of the existing Indebtedness of the State.
: For Railroad Commissioner District One

strut of Florida .Vote for One: For the Amendment


t Vote for EUGENE One: S. MATTHEWS O. J. PHILLIPS Against the Amendment An entirely new Ford built car in the lower


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{9rlrUTIO\ AI, AMENDMENT' :
medium-price field
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,I. I
,1 For Bond Trustee, radford County To Amend Artv"r: : the Constitution
t, I'I's' s For KepifiMMitntUe. Bradford County District Two of the State of Florida relating to State
Militia by adding Section 5. Providing for a
Vote for One: Vote for One: Florida National Guard subject to the lawful

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qualification of officers and soldiers thereof
District One District Three
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