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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 11, 1938
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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LIGHT DOCKET I RED CROSS I AT LEAST, THIS IS WHAT WE HOPE WILL HAPPEN ONLY 25 PERCENT TURN OUT t i I


WHEN B. H. S. MEETS CHIEFLAND THIS AFTERNOON AMENDMENTS : ''f

FOR COURT ROLL CALLSTARTSJTODAY TO APPROVE FOUR

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Voting Here Tuesday :; ,
HERENEXTWEEK A BUSY NIGHT
Was ExceptionallyLight i
FOR STARKEStarke
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New Cases Wilt Chairman Believes Tha has the reputation of beIng w."j'I" '
few a busy town, not only In a
Come To Trial In County Will Exceed business way, but In a social and All four constitutional amendments I''
were given overwbeljningapproval !
Short Session QuotaElmo civic way as well. The facts seem by the few Bradford' 't;u.
to bear this out. For Instance, here J
Countlans who troubles themselves .
are the activities that were goingon
Wbat seems likely to be an un Struth, Bradford Count; Monday night: a special meet' to go to the polls In Tue\ aY'r
chairman of the annual Red Cros General Election. '
term of Circuit Court
eventful 7t. ing was being held at the Gospel
here Monday morning Roll Call drive which begins today I In of opposition bY';Y
spite
open
will begin Tabernacle; the Rev. W. T. Mc-' : .
with Judge A. Z. Adklna on the confidently expects the Lars Guire was beginning a series of' Governor Cone) the vote here was t .

bench. Only twelve criminal cases, eat membershi:] revival services at the Christian I 385 to 66 In favor of the amend-0.I K

none of major importance, and fbandful enrollment sine : Church; a meeting of the Board of I ment placing! the Florida National ,,1. M'( I
of civil cases are on th< r_ a,1 war times. Plan Stewards was being held at the Guard under U. S. Army regulations : \ '

brief docket. If nothing unforseer nlng a whirl Methodist Church; n mass meet-:. taking away with the Gov- tl1'ht

occurs, the Fall Term of court wind campaign, Inn of Townsend Clubs was In ernor's power to remove officers '';1" t

should be history by Tuesdaj the chairman progress at the Court House; the without a military trial. ,' ,'J'

night stated that the< t14P H. S.z'1 National Guard was holding Its The largest vote registered for l Y

Cases on the criminal docket, cooperation tha regular weekly drill; one of thetown's an amendment was 588 to 62 In "
most of them continued from previous M has been promIsed I I TORNADOES several bridge clubs was In favor of the one designed to give :till\

terms, are as follows: I t him by his I session; the colored schools of the schools an equal< claim with other f.i".:

George Frazier, colored-information coworkerileads county were holding an exhibitionof .state departments Ito money itn "J f i!
for assault with Intent tc him to be fund. "
and
handicraft downtown; ( a the state's general revenue ht

murder iTommle Powell). lieve Bradford big tent show was being held on Extension of homestead exemp- 1\J\, :' ,
will far exceed the
Mike Klondes-Information for County quota Madison St. Everything seemedto tion benefits to Include single per 'I(
manslaughter (Mollie Groves). set by the national headquartersThe be well attended< and judging I. sons and widows was approved t)!:: !Ii
john Magyarl--Information foi Red Cross spirit is being/ In various ,.
\\ from the lights on here by a vote of 020 to 34. !'
operating automobile ,while under I heightened this year by the use< f7 tO 11 houses a Rood: many people pass Also approved by u big majoritywas ,1;
the Influence of intoxicating liquor of huge flags made by the loco G ed It111 up to stay home with a the amendment requiring advance ,Ii,
causing damage to property and sewing room. A Red Cross float good book. notice of legislation affecting ;lf"l

person will also be featured In the Armistice v cities and towns. The vote here I'J. "

John liege--information for as Day parade at one o'clock this ( f was 372 to .41. !

sault with intent to murder (Vasco afternoon, and window display: MASS MEETINGA The only candidate with Republican ,! I',

Forsyth), featuring living models will bt SUCCESS opposition, U. S. Senator ;

L, L. Logue-operating motor shown Saturday at the following I Claude Pepper, was given a highly N" ,
vehicle for transporting property times: 10:15: a. m. In Bradford '
of to 68
The largest Townsend gathering complimentary vote 750::; ;
for compensation over public high Hardware Co.'s window; 10:45: a. I his Thomas E. Y:,
of recent months was held in the' over opponent, ,
way : m. In Stump's window; 1:30 p. m : :
Swanson
court house Monday night where 1
Howard Conner and Bill Fox- In Bradford Hardware; 2 p. m. ir ,,
( supporters of the plan heard Congressman In spite of the fact that registration '.
for and entering Stump's 2:30: m. in Bradford ',
Information breaking ;; p. Lex Green reaffirm his in this county( has more than ,1
Hardware; and 3 p. m. in Stump's because of of the ':
pledge to his "own club" to work doubled ( repeal j
E, R Moore- -information for The local Boy Scouts will give the ..
for votIng
for and support the enactment of poll tax as a prerequisite ;
forgery and uttering a forgery. demonstration in the hardware the Townsend National Recovery ) only 63 more votes were cast !!
Columbus Williams-unlawful- company's window, and the girls ... Plan. Tuesday than were recorded in the ?

ly operating a truck for hire with. class In Home Hygiene and Care ol last off-year election in 1934. Only "
out license or permit. the Sick will have charge ol Monday night's gathering wasa twenty-five percent of Bradford's ,.' ,
advertised "mass meeting"and
Roy Blowers-unlawfully oper Stump's window. Both display! GOOD WORKMANSHIP SHOWN{ IN widely qualified electors went to the .
ORIGINALITY AND the huge court room was well j
ating a truck for hire without license will be under the direction of Mrs polls Tuesday-believed to be an

or permit. Clennle Hickok, 'county nurse.B. filled with eager listeners who all time low in percentages. A total +

Fred -unlawfully operating H. S. is already flying e ANNUAL EXHIBIT OF WORK IN NEGRO SCHOOLS Congressman hung on every Green word and uttered W. by H. of 3,600 were qualified, while "' 1

a truck for hire without 100% flag signifying that every Haves, state official of the organization only 818 ballots( were cast. In t ,
license or permit student has contributed a small I 1934, 1,000 were qualified, and 750 .
Robert Strachan, ''iJ J
here made by tall
T. A, Adams-Information for amount to the organization.In Climaxed by a program which took third prize. Outstanding was who gave a rousing Voted. 'fo'
sun hats woven in teacher la the Hampton colore that brought forth round after !+
forgery and uttering a forgery the court room were practical I
Starke N. D. Wainwright,, jammed county ,
attractive designs from core school, who expressed himself 08 round of applause. Other candidates on the ticket
W. L Crutchfield-operating 11-a Jr., F. F. Stump, and T. Frank here with a crowd seldom matchedIn shucks, and a neat market basket being grateful for the cooperation for the of the I, were endorsed us a matter of form ,:r rI
motor vehicle without proper of the Vouching success '
Landrum will have charge the third
the matter of numbers,
white him In his work since com :
made from oak strips. Pure given
cen e or permit. business district, while Miss Ruth annual exhibition of work done in to this four months meeting is the fact that fifteen I : I t
Several civil are also dock- starch, obtained from cassava Ing county new members were added to the 660.
rases Miss Ruth Rowe and
Sternberg, the colored schools of Bradford I roots, was also on display. Colored ago. He praised the staff In the< club rolls und a sizeable contribution ( ) II
eted Mrs. Elmo Struth will canvass the to close late Tues .
came a /
County office here !
teachers In this school are J. A. county superintendent's was collected to assist In carrying 669.George )
-- district.Subchairman
residential
day night. Jones and Dora Sanchez as being the bent and most accommodating on the work of the organization. Couper Gibbs, Attorney j :
BELIEVES WAR for nearby towns For two days visitors had filed Much of the credit for the attractiveness he had ever come In contact General-40O. I,,
will be: Mrs. Geo. W. Roberts, through the store building on Call of the entire exhibit with. Rivers Buford, Supreme Court- '&,

INEVITABLEThe I Lawtey; Mrs. L. A. Brown assisted St., where articles, both useful and goes to Flossie McLendon, a teacher A. O. Jenkins, Bradford's veteran An enjoyable musical program 1 ,

by Mrs C. J. Crews, Brooker; ornamental, were on display. Frequently in the Starke negro school, who colored teacher, presided over preceded the speeches. .. 474.Roy Chapman, Supreme Court- .t r,
belief that war has been M. W. Morrow, Hampton; M. L.I made from little or noth- has been chairman of arrange- the program and made a few re 465. ;, ; '

temporarily postponed but that it I Johns, New River; Mrs. P. D.I Ing-material that would other- ments for the displays since they marks emphasizing the need for THAN Elwyn Thomas, Supreme Court :I ,r
muut eventually come was ex Fancher, State Farm. Slmmle wise be wasted-the handiwork included were begun In' 1936. students to learn to use their heath MORE -451. 4.t! :

pressed before the Rotary Club Bradford Hunter has charge of hats from corn shucks, Every seat was filled and much as well as their heads. "The great HALF LAGMore Jerry W. Carter, Railroad Com .;' t '

Wednesday\ by Prof. O. N. Sashoffof ,rollcitatlona among the colored scrub mops from palmetto roots of the available standing room was trouble with my people," Jenkins mlslllon-1i03. '1 ;:

the electrical engineering department people. 'I fruit dishes from softened phono- occupied in the court room Tuesday said, "Is that when they get a little than hull of the students F., S. Matthews, Railroad Commission ;}, '

of the University of Flor. The first membership was received graph records, gay wall pockets night for the program of en- education they think they car In Bradford County public SChools I --.463.

Ida. The program was In chargeof through! the mall this week from paper plates, and a sturdy tertainment which concluded the, quit work. Education doesn't near are "behind," according to a re : George H. Inman, Representative t

the foreign relations committee, from Mrs. J. W White.ANOTHER table from old tobacco cans. activities. A large number of white.I that. It 1 It Intended to help us work port of the ago and progress ol, -633. Ir.Ir.r I .

M. F. Brown, chairman. I .- First prize for the best exhibit II people were present. : better" children In Florida's elementary P. D. Reddish( county commissioner :
'In a few days we will be observing went to the Water Oak school, Frank Finder, colored farm I I Simmle Bradford Hunter, Jeanes schools to be Issued this month by: --349. ;,' I

the twentieth anniversaryof ONE largely because of the excellenceof agent of Alachua County, made a teacher for this county, praised Colin English, state superintend L. L, Conner, county commissioner t

the Armistice of the war" that FOR RIPLEYArnold the cabinet work displayed. Un- valuable talk In which he attempted colored teachers and pupils for ent of public Instruction --366.Mallory "\ C
was fought to end all wars, the their fine work. Without their cooperation Thomas, county com i
der the direction of A. O. Jenkins \ to Impress his negro listeners The age-grade study for this
speiiker Bald "It U dishearteningto Wasdin, son of H. M. and his wife, the colored teachers with the necessity for keeping up the exhibit would nol county shows that l.1 percent of mlsllloner-3,15: ,; ,

realize that we are right back Wasdln of Graham, brought Into there, the children had made a with modern methods of doing have been possible, she said. the children here are over-age,, R. S. Wnsdln, county commlasioner ,;I""'

where we were before the World the Telegraph's office Wednesdaywhat well-finished table with end compartments things. "I can remember when almost The large audience enthusiastically while. 16.2 percent are at least one -307. i'\\: '

War when Germany also had appeared to be a large pink for magazines, a small every good barber shop In received musical numbers bj year younger than the normal age T. D. Dyal, county commissioner 1. ,

dreams of becoming a great em- turtle. On closer examination, medicine cabinet, an end table this state was run by negroes," the Lawtey training school quartet, for their grade, and 32.7 percentare -275. ", '
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pire Today, I predict that she will school quartet, the J. H. Moore, school board-375.:>> ;, }
however It was discovered the article from parts of an old organ, and i the speaker said. "But where are the Brooklyn of normal age.
continue to expand in central Eu- was no turtle but the largest had also cast urns and flower pots I they today? The negro barbers I Starke colored high school quintet "One cause of slow progress In W. E. MlddlBton, school board ':

rope until some time hence she end most outlandish sweet potatowe I from concrete. failed to keep, up with the times, and the Thurston choral class,, school la the entrance of children -433. "i, ''
goes a little too far and another also E. J. Lewis school board312. I,
modern methods Several readings were enjoyed. ,
fit did not study
and
had ever seen a very Second prize went to Thurston, they before they are sufficiently devel-
World War Is precipitated. O. J. Phillips, bond trustee 295.
of doing things and the barber -
for Robert Ripley where the the to read
subject a one-teacher school oped to acquire ability .
Prof. Sashoff expressed regret announced A. J. W. L. Wall, bond trustee 323.
trade was taken away from It was by Supt. -
The potato, of the Porto Rican students, under the direction of the state department sal<1. The
at t England's giving in to' Gerhwny's I them by white men who used their Griffis that Monday will be a holiday A. A. Durdtm, bond trustee )
had variety, weighed 12 pounds and Mable Richardson, had made a living study shows that 20 percent of
demands If England Is In the colored schools so that I 280. '
with old heads. He said that what true
almost perfectly shaped likea room set upholstered Florida" children In the first grade
taken a firmer stand Germany was covered' of the barber business is also true students and teachers might attend H. D. May, bend) trustee-270.
The cushions and five
turtle, head, shell and tall automobile had entered when only years
night have been made to "stayput' Basket of farming, yard work, and every the Slash Pine Forest & Farm R. A. Weeks, bond trustee244.The .
attitude of the turtle la one of attention with dyed burlap sacks. I '
he said. with head and neck outstretched work from. this school was also' other business that was formerly Festival In Lake City. The school old.The report shows that the small' trend of voting, Indicated, "

and cocked sideways. well done. I open to negroes. I I exhibit will be placed on display schools have a higher proportion of here, was reflected through the

New Cars Popular The "shell" even has markings resembling New River, a two-teacher. school, Response .to the main address there, Mr.... Griffis-- -said.- ..._----- over-age pupils than the large carried state as by all big four majorities.amendments Returns wera) fJ I, I
Showing of the new automobile those of a real turtle. --- -- -- --- schools. This varies from 45 per- from 851 Florida precincts gavaSenator i'

models for 1939 has created con- The vine was a lone one in the RECORDSIN Three To CCC I BERRYACREAGE cent for one-teacher schools to 31 Pepper 119,992 votes to<> 1
Iderablo Interest here in recent I of the Wasdin chicken yard percent In school having more than
corner: Bradford County 24,427 for Swanson
Three more UP
Weeks. Dave Silcox bought the and sprank from a partially rotten GOOD SHAPEKenneth boys were enlisted in the Civilian I, 20 'eachera. ..d d

first Chevrolet, C. A. Futch the I potato thrown there four months Assistant Conservation Corps early this Strawberry acreage In Bradford .
F. Valentine, V'f
Births
first Oldsmobile and Dr. J. W. from the chick Board Promises $JOO
ago and protected Manager of the Social Security month. They were Sam Simpson, County this season will probably ,
Brownlee the first deluxe Ford. ens by a slab of wood. Probably Board's Jacksonville Field office Starke; Earl Chesser, Lawtey; and reach 1,100 acres, an Increase of The Board of County Commissioners Mr. and Mrs. Freeman B. Halt. f

Freeman Register states that he food old barnyard fertilizer is responsible visited Starke employers on Wed- Clyde Bradley, Hellbronn Springs.Painfully two or three hundred acres over meeting here Monday, Hampton girl, November 9.Green's : ,

Ia having trouble getting new for the remarkable nesday and stated that "In gen. ,.,. the number devoted to this crop agreed to give $300 toward con- I '
Eulcks (not wanting to let go of jrowth. Drop by and see it In this district are I InHt year. struction of a community center at
eral, employers InjuredChester home Burned ]
the but has ordersfor ,
one on display) filing complete returns with nomissing Even at this late date some Brooker when funds are available.The .
three as goon as they can be DamagedThe account numbers" McKinney, young aaa growers are still setting acreage request was made by L. A. Lorenzo Green's bungalow on the I
upplled. They will go to J. Mau- Long Home Brown. State Farm road burned one night
out that of Mr, and Mrs. Volley McKinney In a few Instances where they have I'
Valentine pointed
rice Edwards, Glen G. Searing, and residence of Mrs. F. H. there Mr. were no doubt several per. was badly hurt Wednesday afternoon plants that they cannot dispose of .-- recently, causing the. loss of household I f, ;;

Albertus Miller of the Brooker Long on Walnut St. was damagedby Starke and vicinity to of last'week while picking up otherwise. Plants set out this late furnishings and some cloth- I j'lng '
In Seen Here
tung oil development Dr. W. E. fire and water about 11:30: sons payable as pecans for Russell McRa. Another are not usually very profitable, Eclipse Mr. and Mrs. Green had recently
benefits were
Middleton Lincoln- morning when whom Clouds parted just In time Mon. moved from their large two- I
Wednesday
has bought a o'clock flied application boy was up in the tree shako however, unless followed by a mild
zephyr discovered beforeIt soon as these persona day night to allow Bradford Coun story house nearby into the bun '
Coupe. & roof blaze was with the Jacksonville office ing the nuts down and young McKinney winter with plenty of rain. j,
headway. It is tlans good view of the total and Mrs. Green was alone !
had made much Social Security Board. tossed a pole to him, which --+ a I galow J l'
Flour DistributionCertified believed that a spark ignited the of the for benefits, the former failed to catch. On Its eclipse of the moon which started at the time of the tire, during the 1 '!
wooden shingles which cover the Among those eligible and buck to.arth the pole struck Stores Closed TodayLocal shortly after six o'clock and continued -; early part of the night. It Is said r I,
Bradford out, widows way 1
clients of house. Although the fire did not he pointed are blow and contin- business houses, with the for about an hour. Eclipsesof to have caught from the fireplace l, ,

County will receive flour at Starke the burn through the ceiling, considerable children of 1937 wage and earners who earners have ued a limb to fall a glancing, striking the boy's head. exception of groceries, will be closed the moon are not aa spectacularas and the house being outside the k I(

commodity warehouse In damage was done by waterin died since wage serious blow, today Armistice Day. Grocerieswill those of the sun and might pass city limits little could be done to 'I
It was a
Friday I of 65 Although
"Kxt and reached the
Tuesday, Wednesday the process of extinguishing the who have age la now well on close at 11 o'clock and remain entirely unnoticed unless the exact l save it, The loss was partly covered \j jI
distributedafter Into effect January young McKinney '
act went ,
No flour will\ be since the
these dates until the last blaze The loss was covered by In-I 1, 1937, the road to recovery. I closed for the rest of the day. time Is remembered. I by Insurance I

Period In December surance.

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l'U'' In the 1fcreclpeB. ",/1,+'1? F, ;'a ''n Ve' THE JONES-LANGFORD-WHITE POST AMERICAN LEWill Begin at School House 1 P. M., proceed down
convenlbouaewl. IUI GION WILL JOIN WITH THE SCHOOL IN A SPECIAL Temple Ave. to Call St., on through business section I
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y( correct p 4, ARMISTICE DAY PROGRAM thence to Municipal Ball Park in time for big game. D '
*r.Aaa bust,.i '' 0 i ON THE SCHOOL GROUNDS HERE THIS MORNING AT :
eel ondt } in ELEVEN O'CLOCK THE FOLLOWING ORDER WILL
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_ [and,buelnesru.wi, tha 'I'J''ij.I:i ; A FULL DAY FOOT BALL ---- B. H. S. VS. CHIEFLAND J. ESCORT. p

_:i b I mot!; j\\I' "'j ',I Seldom have so many important Game Starts Promptly at 2:00 P. M. 2. COLOR GUARD.y1' mrm .
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tbe31r !, : events been sched At the Municipal Ball ParkAdmission 3. HIGH SCHOOL GIRLS WITH
'r.' uled for day will
Wlr', one as
."tIetn'!'\' del'h\' r'Tbe i take place in Starke today. : lOc & 25cThis RED CROSS FLAGS 0
.. 'resenl" 0: For this reason it is a pleasure 4. BO Y SCOUT TROOP 70. 0 0O
,woman + { : is expected to be M o
1 for to in
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,' cooperate GUARDS.
\rI.ante'I s 5. NATIONAL
,.ttIaUon: !(' "zl : every way possible withthe the best game of the
_:wblch S of these ; I 4h 6. RED CROSS FLOAT.
.;;belng o1ein promoters I. ; tiItr All friends
.' s'I'' Rk, 101, events and hope that the y ,,11t\\1\+ \\ t\;' :'\\\I I;\ ,, year. your 7. FIRE TRUCK. Red Cross os
):Imr---tJ will be there. Don .
'(>rae' 0: day will be one of the most p
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1aA ;:a A, + 0'; enjoyable ever experienced miss it.
bees '
riteI' : in Starke. Let's try to at- Begins Today
).",,'Idesit d '' I tend every event and make
|JtMMT Jly'" ,waif OK> ., k I it the biggest day of all 0

jNvltrf Pfcra-j:;_::-'\, !Hi time! SKEET AND TURKEY SHOOT

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; : : VAN H. PRIEST CO. $. R. JOHNS & SONS ALL DAY TODAY

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'1;.' l I :101O O! W.\ P. SMITH BRADFORD HARDWARESISTRUNK'S SPONSORED BY STARKE GUN CLUB o
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I 4k t H U STORE MAUDE'S LUNCH ROOM Turkeys that will be on hand. See the Expert

p 01 l Marksmen from all over this part of the state 1

p HAROLD C. WALL L. B. ALVAREZ SERVo STA. and prove your skill in this exciting sport.
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g JOS. E. WILSON MRS. ALICE ANDERSON
B. H. S. Homecoming o oy.

k 1 f ft DARBY'S STORE THE SPOTLIGHT

WELCOME--ALL ALUMNI !

9: JOHN H. DENMARK CO. SMITH'S GARAGE
r ALL B. H. S. ALUMNI WILL BE THE HONORED o ow

STARKE COCA COLA CO. BRADFORD TELEGRAPH GUESTS AT A RECEPTION TO BE, GIVEN IN

S ? P, THE WOMAN'S CLUB BUILDING TONIGHT AT 8.

t H; A&P STORE TIP TOP GROCERY
$r + k I IT IS HOPED THAT EACH

+ I STARKE DRY CLEANERS HART FURNITURE CO. END PROPERLY THE DAY GRADUATING CLASS

01 WILL BE REPRESENTED
Ik Iknb i ''t JOHNS & WAINWRIGHT J. W. ANDREWS, JR HOMECOMING I THE BY AS MANY MEMBERS 0


TORODE CHEVROLET CO. EDWARD'S SERV. STA. DANCE AS POSSIBLE.
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---. sTAFF.I.1.F.S MilitarismBelieve High Springs Defeats We Go To HavanaThe Mammy Sez: Primary JinglesFIRST --- 11 t I'r:I'I .

GRADE At 11 A M. on November ,
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.1 Bdltnr-Tn-Chlet It or not, out of all the Tornadoes first day after we left Tampa Lands a life chllun, Just think, We enjoyed the reception given 1918, the world was overjoyed to ,

take in high school I got acquainted 1 with the boat. we is done and finished wid de sec Miss Madge last Monday. hear this word pronounced. It
S, JR. subjects you
ADKI the toss and by
1. Z The Tornadoes won small one I the end of a long ,
t. ,,dint Editor-in-Chief there is usually one subject you chose to receive. After three downs Since we were on a short ond month ob school. We are glad that Betty Jean Is meant to them war.. It .' \
destructive
It in a and
like better than the others, Mine went all over very hafe ta gib back In school, and hope she will horrible
unable to make the necessary Mammy will Just ,
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were
Reporters they time. Then I read some books and meant that peace had finally come. ; ;
n.tvih' Fr mmetPerrym.n,* happens to be history. I yardage and had to kick lay on the hatch. That night we dose serlors a bit ob congratula- not be sick again. People all over the world were hap'i( i ,
ir I
I had to make a report
heontes. Last the
year received the ball Is striving to Join !
Edward., The Sandspur until bed time. been workingfor Our room ;;
card has only }j"
played games anions Dey
& Alma War for his py-
the World
my '
: Murrhee, on hundred percent.We ,
pFdlut and after a hard struggle managedto Havana. Red Cross one 1 \ \
Flume decided to and talk The next morning we saw week and dey has Just about we look back on that 1;
I Today
and Clara tory class. go I make their first touchdown. A neared the harbor some a ) hope that our parents will helpus. who .tl l
with of the Veterans of the As we In de treasurer as reached our date to do honor to those "
some much '
neat end run was good for the extra of as money We have already *
out and one
in a boat camo their country. f >
men lives for
desired their
Get To Work Great War to obtain my I point. After an exchange ol boat. He was de Juniors and dey has been work- room quota. gave ,
Most of them told of the men got on our Flags will be out all over the coun- ,
information.the horrors of war and about the I punts High Springs again got on the pilot a man who guided the I ing since de furst ob school. We colored some flags today. try and there will be parades by !.\ ,

Remember one of the Ten Com- the soldiers the march and In the last of the ship Into the harbor. When we en- I declare desc games we play Wo also colored some Armistice the American Legion all over the

dmcnts that says "Do unto went agony through.and suffering But one of the fellows I second quarter went over again tered the harbor of Havana we saw off frum home sho do seem mighty pictures.We country. Flowers will be placed I" :''I l

would have them do I talked to seemed to look on making the score 13-0. High Morro Castle. It is an old fortress I 11ntere tln. Get someone ta tell yaabout are learning some songs: that on the grave of those: who died. : .
here at. you Springs again scored early in the built. We had dem.Lawtey slnfir. We are too \
of i that the Spaniards the ,oldie.used to never honor them
(We
told can
to you "r We are quite sure that the humorous side. He during me the i second quarter but again were un to wait for a man who came to tell I that solid geometry ;i d"tiltIiathriare;: ;: not having \much. ;,
of his experiences
shoes one able to make the extra point ..,
teachers'
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d W"" been In the first of the war. us we might go ashore. When we class is get!In' worse and more of to go to war as they did when -- -.. '" ,
would have followed this and It seems part he knew everything a I Neither side wits able to score In finally did get ashore the sun was It. I heard some of dem say dat the soldiers were singing "Pack Defeat Sophs j ',;
e the rest of the half The Sandapurs Juniors j
working pupils bet how to very hot. dey wish dey never had started Up Your Troubles" and "Katie. '
Lven ">'' hard Private should know except scored In the last of the -
again ---- fl"
I month. couldn't We went to see the capitol. It wid It. Instead ob dent getting It. Mrs. Roberts Teacher. i
last He Just
salute correctly. been t It|
r radpfl third quarter and a play over cen I The Basket. Ball Glrla have ;
H von had 1 been standing in the master the art of saluting.] As the ter netted the extra point. Again U a very beautiful building and I bet dot It gets dem. practicing ball very hard and dllt- 4|p(+i

,lIlh", day after the report cards story goes, the Sergeant In his the Tornadoes held their ground cost sixteen million dollars. In I sho hopes dat de homecoming; FIRST GRADEAHallowe'en 'gently and they are showing much ''I:

ul been given out you wouldive company seemed to dislike this through the last quarter and the the very center of a large room Is as good as we are planning for Tea Interest.On '1, ,

thought we were going to young Private and would take his game ended 260.Snoop I there Is a big diamond set in black It ta be.From The pupils In the First A Gradeentertained Thursday at noon the Juniors :,,1(<,

an extra month of school bye revenge out by making the Private onyx and covered by glass. In all dat I Is hearing I Is the boys and girls of played the Sophomores.! The game ., r
ave students'' him until he saluted cor front of It there Is a statue which is going ta be Building with a tea I
:, ..xpre slons on the salute 'N' afraid dat Mammy the Primary was the first and a very good one.
rectly. PeepNot represents the Sun Goddess It klnda disappointed when dose dear Monday P. M. from 1:05: 'til 2::00. The girls have shown a vast 1m- ,91 l,

ices few were disillusioned One day the Sergeant met the Is a bronze figure and Is, I believe, old report cards come out. In fact Hallowe'en decorations of orange provement In their playing. 'fill:
Quite a Private the company street and many notes this time. Everybody the highest statue under cover in wId de gradesfor black used In the room. and :
received C's on their on I is disappointed and were Odell Hlnaon scored 2 points :: .
seas they Private seems to be too busy the world. All of the wood workin I lent enchantment n
Is the military rule, the Jack-o-lantern both w
month.
cards when they had re- ELS last A lighted Ferrel Jones scored 1 point ii'f" e
port didn't salute correctly. So the studying ( ?) to do anything or the building Is of mahogany.The asked to the occasion. Each class. '} .
has meta
Butter I
In the past years. Dose cheer leaders girls from the Sophomore "
wed A's to turn It In little bird walls and floors were of mar- I
the Private to at least a with a mlna-
ordered /
the teachers explained theireW Sergeant ask yalla ta help dem at de guest was presented Orlne Padgett; scored 5 points ,/fI'j
method of grading to us and salute him one hundred times until reports. ble which was shaded from pink to game Friday. So all of ya be sure ture hat as a momento. Refreshments ; and Marie Crosby scored 4 points, :4 : '

in turn explained It to "Theoiks' he saluted correctly.As Virginia Fugate and Bob Long tan.As ta go to de game and yell and of sandwiches, punch and both from the Junior class 7fl; i

's It wasn't so bad. The soon as the saluting was have a strong affection for one the afternoon was very hot, yell, and yell some more. We wants I cookies were served. ____- Ih' .:

rades we receive are standard over the General happened by. He another. Daddy another man, and I stoppedat plenty ob noise oudt dere on de We were delighted to have the |I F.dlth--"Wollltl you marry a k'

ides used in colleges and other asked what the trouble was. When Ralph Rhodes, has that crush on a cafe to get drinks. Daddy and 'field. mothers visit our room on the man to reform him ?" t

schools.The told of the saluting he asked If the Muriel Smith subsided yet? Or Is our friend had on no coats so we Some ob de seniors are worrying "School Mother's Day. Clara-"I suppose I shall have i. ,
gh returned the salute. The had to sit at the tables that were of them that '
Sergeant It still burning? tent one :
used dim dey Is. working on "Thanks- to--there
system is being about de Juniors more We are
grading Then the General on the sidewalk.We ,a ah
said placed
no.
Sergeant he Is now.
has awfully' aren't suits me the way
in our school to prepare the Edith Rowe neen We are afraid dat we gonnabe giving" decorations
ere said: "Don't know a superior I back to the boat about '
udcnts for college life. Many of must you return the salute of happy this past week. Now Edith went near able ta hab a Junior-Senior banquet M. Mlddleton] Teacher.FIRST f
offIcer four o'clock. As we came
|'students have made excellent this please tell us why. at re rate dey is going. for Armistice Day.
an Inferior officer? With to the boat we saw a Cuban officer
redes In high school and then returne.lthe The proverbial "little bird" told Mammy wants ta say one thing Kitty Housed, Teacher.
statement the Sergeant the deck An officerstayed GRADE
work. If we I Itimes. me the other day that Gayle Sew sitting on Colson sho
led| their college I' and dat Is dat Ressle
hundred
salute one left. The our doll
Private's furnished
1 board until we have
on We
i.udv: little harder we can do ell and L. H. Harper were at theIallowe'en does make a good host. If ya is' Today Is "Mother's Day" for # /
next afternoon they loaded twelve house. It has six rooms- a living s:
Carnival together. had five mothers to ,
Brookerand We
out to school.
-ttegc This Veteran said he had seen hear has moved hundred bags of sugar on the boat ever hungry, go room, a kitchen, two bedroom a
Jack Halle, we mother .
Ills
visit
Ressie. UB.Some
*rn" >r all it's not so bad. It's many shades of red, but never the I and we sailed for an Inland] off the call on bathroom and a laundry room.
Starke. having
ird'e' i believe, but this new meth1 shade that that Sergeant's face buck to Webb doesn't seem to Mexican const Bho does know how t ncook. I This Is the beginning of the study of our reasons for
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lot of good Betty think dat everybody most ate too Mother Day are:
to do us a
1 going WhitfIeld. Home.
-Roberta "The
that morning. unit
was be Interested in Starke boys. of the first of all.Madge .-
any mother
life aheadf much at de barbecue Friday night. I love my
college
w and In our Teacher.
wonder ? -- --- Ruby Lllley I
We why
Li't's get to work and have Let me warn Chilian about Brownlee. S
f ut you
ion B'" next month. What Would HappenIf Have you noticed Louise Warren Able AccompanistOne dem bumpy roads In de county My mother Is more Interested 1 In ,
and O. P. Hutto are very very GRADE NEWS elae.Pltner Vandiviere. -
--. --. round und about. I found out dat SECOND me than any one 1
friendly? of the most vital necessitiesin bum We have been coloring autumn "'
In Is plenty ;
de road Lawtey
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SAFETYA It rained Nov. 11 We're wondering who Lorena a successful Glee Club is an accompanist hears several heads leaves and flowers to make our My mother does so much for me. r
have Frum all I ,
couldn't]
Seniors parades py.
The
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Rosier was with Saturday night? who is capable of mas- hit de top of a car and it hurt room look pretty. We are trying -Van Priest. ,I
bad example of Safety was ? \ tering every problem presented by mighty bad. hard to keep It nice and clean. My mother Is my best trlend.Put .-

-ought to mind the other day as L. G. couldn't talk to Jacqueline Chiefland SponsorsMonday the piano and the students. Thatis Always yours, We enjoyed Miss Madge's "Hal y Dew ,

j> boy passed a safety test and every day? didn't hurry she must be sharply alert, and Mammy. lowe'en Birthday" party verymuch. My mother cares for me all the l '}

ben was run over by a car and Thanksgiving Day the Senior Class selected able to read music with speed and time.Danlelia Jordan.

uttered, from a broken leg. and come? In addition to ease, and at the same time keep We are learning some war songs I Mrs. Rltch, Teacher. (
Everyone left other people'sthings two sponsors ANSWER-Gladys Starling. ._ N I
the boys watch what is -' -- -
In School Boy Safety those already selected for the with the students; -- I. :
alone? (
iho are on the patrol are there tory Juniors should make more Homecoming game. Chiefland non going on arousd her. ; tS(
The
to keep other careless peopled .. the seniors..; "Hflort H S. Monde Y that the v Our accompanist. Mrs Florence t 1.t,
than
[ children from being run over money ; = ; and re- > ; '
their fills
The Seniors didn't sell candy ev. couldn't bring: sponsors Brown perfectly every i 1'wL
At the beginning of the school at school? that we would have to select some quirement. Wherever she goes; i
day
one" there are signs which clearly; ery We lost some more of our football for them If they were to have any. whatever the case may be Mrs. after! ;'Wf '

}tate tbat the speed limit is fifteen stars before homecoming? These girls will select their own Brown accompanies to the com-

,les per hour. Anyone who drives We had glee club every day? escorts and will represent Chief. plete satisfaction of everyone .

aster Is endangering not only his AH the seniors were on the honor land at the game. The girls select. ; cerned. con-I 'fI'J

[fe but some child's life. roll this month? ed were Miss Elaine Edwards and We are proud to have :

So as you drive through any .-- Miss Enza Weaver. capable person in our school. We -

hoot zone be sure to slow down are proud of her good work, and ,: i
sake. Lost and FoundLOST Who? .. .f'.Jt : ) : .
jfor nothing else but safety Guess hope that for many years to come :. ---

Frank Robinson, she will remain Mrs. Mabel Walls' Ii
Vernon-A white car. member of the '- t '..:
Patrol.
Capt. S. B. by She Is a new assistant. "
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-- FOUND by Edith-A glorious Senior Class this year. She has j

week-end. naturally wavy hear and blue eyes. ,
Attention LOST by Doshla-Two good tennis Her main Interests lie In athletics, Johnny C,--(To passing motorist Jf' :

balls. mainly] basketball and she has ) : "HI, mister, I'm going your t''

All students attention! A worth- FOUND by Everyone-The way proved very helpful to the team. way!"

bile idea! The history class to have a big time on Hallowe'en. She has formed many friends since Passing Motorist-"So I see, but j

[:aught by Mrs. Wainwright the LOST by the Football Team- she has come here. I'll get there before you do." I II I >. k 1, t
second period has decided that to I hope we T
Several good players. ( ---- t v v"ws
day's history Is Just as Important ) l.. .
find them before Homecoming. '
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to the history of long ago. So to Married men-'
the
FOUND by ECHOES 'II'IIFOUR'f1l I'
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08 able to keep up with today'spews How to win a football game. r

they have subscribed to the I FOUND by Mary-A new homeIn f.I..
Times Union. The history class is
the city (of Lawtey). SIXTH GRADE NEWS
GRADES
compoiied mostly of ninth graders. LOST by Virginia and Bob- l'rojtrlUll-Nov. 1 We are beginning to study Por- 'I I ;
Chapel<< rh,
of sleep. >
Many good hours Twenty-thlrc tugal and Spain and we think they
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Bible Reading i ; t
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are Interesting.The
Sharon Hall. t'
BUSINESSDIRECTORY Jokes Psalm SongAmerica.Flag teacher read us a poem, : I

"The Rainbow" by Christina Ros- ,
Salute. tune you've missed Ie 'SS" a
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Householder] "You're a big., Song-"Mother Nature's Lulla settl. We painted pictures to illustrate 's :

healthy man. Why don't you go to by"-Garnlta Hutto, from MiaKennedy's : It. They are very attrac- A lot of fussy care went into the way it i :
looks from the rear-you know, that's the ,
work 1"Carlton room.Song"Ruben". tive.We l
C. "Madam I'll tell by pupils .iron have some nice flowers In angle from which it's oftenest seen. i

you my trouble, I'm an unhappy Mrs. Hart's room. our We room.have thirty-five cents for Going or coming, it moves like a honeybee .
The drink medium." Reading-"Pigs Will Be Pigs"Joe its business. Better look quick
"Whatever isthaU" Miss Edward's the Red Cross. about 413' more square inches of outlook than
Householder Townsend, from
sudden
that Arlene Dew and if you really want to see It-one before
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room. Edna Moslet, ReportersMiss "swo-o-o-sh!I' and it's gone!
forheavy May
Two
C.-"I'm too light Automobile Has -
Carlton Song-"An Other tllingyou'll like: gearshift out
everybodyknows I work and too heavy for Big Eyes" by pupils from Mrs. An Kennedy, Teacher. Iloweboutit-islisstunning 1939 Buickreally of knee-way. Front wheels that "bank" +!{t 't

light work." drew's room.Reading"After. as "f.'e8S it looks? the curves for you. Brakes that stop on a t
School"Raymond -
and leave nine cents change.
dime
A salesman passing through a Kellum from Miss Edward FIFTH GRADE NEWS Maybe a bullet gets off faster. Maybe\ -

jet small town had several hours to room. Lillian Wehle got her leg broken a rabbit can beat it on the jump or a sky In fine-we think you'll like all of it- l" ;

while way. Seeing one of the natives. Song-"Hallowe'en", by pupils: and has been very 111. We hope she liner lead it from point to point. from its looks to the way it lives up to

he Inquired, "Any picture from Miss Buddlngton's room. will soon be well and be back to them. Won't you try it out-and see? ., '
COCA-COLA BOT. co. show In town my friend?" Music-"Yankee Doodle Played school.! But you'll never want a highway cruiser ".!: <

"Nope, nary a one, stranger" On the Jew's Harp," by Shirley) We have been studying about that answers quicker to the green light's !It\ *

WE ARE was the answer. Judd, Mrs. Hart's room. birds and are learning how to draw 'go"-or that with keener relish eats up NO OTHER CAR IN THE WORLD ; !

of amusement have "Small Fry", Marian them. miles. '.
PRESCRIPTIONEXPERTS "What: form Song I the pleasure-packed HAS ALL THESE FEATURESThatbonnethousesafullcomplementol :'
you here?" asked the salesman. Brown, from Mrs. Hart's room and Ida Lee Silcox brought a very I

"Well, come on down to the Garnlta Hutto from Miss Kenne large map of the Principal Highways DVNAFIASH VAIVE-IN -HEAD STRAIOHI-EIOHi ..i: "

CARPENTER'S drug store Thar's a freshman dy's room. of the Eastern U. S. eight cylinders, and Dynaflasli/ cylinders ENGINE SUICOIL TOIOUe-FREI SPRINGINO 't' .

home from the University." Our room has twentyeightcents at that All four wheels dance on BuiCoil OEATCR VISIBILITY' MANDISHIFT TRANSMISSION 't'k '

_ The Rexall Store FOURTH GRADE NEWS for the Red Cross. springing of stout spiraled steel I ;I. no fr ROOMIER UNIHEEL IODY BY FISHER TORQUE- ,i

8IE: JIB: BEFORE YOU WIRE The train was Just pulling out Last Thursday at our class Lillian Wehle brought all the quiver or shiver shakes the luxuriousbody TUBE DRIVE*TinOE HYDRAULIC BRAKES *CROWNSPRINOCLUTCH"CATWALKCOOLINQ"OPf0NAL I
when Jimmy breathlessly dashed I meeting we elected a President pictures of the State Flags of the in its flight.You'll 'i '

Estimates Cheerfully to the ticket window. who was Jim Frank Jordon; Vice- U. S. of it for this FLASH-WAY DIRECTION' p.,
I ace the world,-lots REAR AXLE GEAR RATIOS if
GivenE. round-trip and Secretary '
Jimmy-"Hurry up a resident, Marian Brown; Marian Manning, Reporter ; .
Buick parades the passing SIONALSEL'-IANKINOKNEI.ACTlOH'IONUPlING- 1
Joyce Moore. Monday was Mildred Morgan Teacher. sightly now a''
A. WINKLER ticket.Agent-"Where to?" I selected as our regular meeting panorama through windows with up to INQ EASY TO BUY ON GENERAL MOTORS TERMS 1''

.!adio and Electric Service .Jimmy r "Why, back here. T
Where do you think?" day.We are visiting Eskimo land, on We all enjoyed the Hallowe'enCarnival

PLUMBING our imaginary trips in Geography.We last week and are lookIng r:

Prompt Service at Margaret taking dictation In, hope to learn many new things forward to a better one next BuickS the Beaut"r: :

Reasonable Prices what did you say between "Dear while we are in this land. year

Let Me Estimate Tour Job Sir" and "Sincerely] yours?" Two of our mothers Mrs. H. V. We have been taking tests this MOTORS VA1UIAKlOWtlrtiW' .............................................................. .....................-- i, [,: j,
C. M. RITCH Shorthand: Now Mr. Atkinson, Knight and Mrs. J. C. Gassett visited week and have studied hard to prepare EXIMPtA Of OtNIRAl

_ our room on Mothers' Day for them.
Friday. Mrs. Knight brought usa We are sorry that Grade Lee Motor Co. 1 fi !

HOME beautiful bouquet of flowers. Hicks has been out this week because / Register ; :
FUNERAL I
BOREE Last week our class donated of illness. We hope she

b uil line of Casket sir Undertakers SuppUe fifty-five cents for the Red Cross. will be back Monday. I S. WALNUT & MADISON ST. STARKE, FLA. !,:
AMBULANCE SERVICEOAT B. C. Holtzendorf and David We have nearly completed our '
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AND NIGHT Gunter were out of school last work on a Moral showing the ... '
$3PIIONF'- 51 week because of sickness. riod of discovery and pe.I' )
O. H. BENNETT. M*". Joyce Moore. Reporter. Dorothy Mott. Reporter, )

"A HOME-LIKE INSTITUTION" Mrs. Hart, Teacher. Miss Hlnson Teacher

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'Returned Missionary Miss Jackson Decomea Virginia Anderson, Ruth I Satirical Book

GBS... I From China Was Guest Bride of Victor ThomasMiss .I FAVORITE Powell, Honored at To Be Reviewed
r-. iIIkM at W. M. S. Maude Marie Jackson Birthday Party "With'
iw-\ (:, ,$ ocietyj Speaker Malice "",? ,"?,
twi :<.''1 Circle Number One of the Wom granddaughter of Mra. G. W. Mll- RECIPES< Virginia Anderson, daughter of Margaret HIIK.V'H, |, ,IL"I!,, ''T*,"
\ sted of Pensacola became the bride fiction "I'' "
: best sell, ""fl
an's Missionary:!! Society of the I Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Anderson, and UlM {I.', ,
of \ ,
j F Victor Caneelmo Thomas, son ed Tuesday nlKit, "'\
:. Methodist ,
Church met Monday HI J Ih.1,(
of Mrs. E. M, Thomas and the }'EUAANOEL FOOD CAKE Ruth Powell, daughter of Mr. and meting of the Unnk ''R>"I't
afternoon at the home of Mr. and ''' i lul, ,
late Mr. Thomas, la a quiet cere- Mrs. C. J. Powell, honoredat ment 1,1'1"1' ,
I were of the ,, '
Woma,
; Mrs. L. F. Smith with Mrs. Smith ,
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.L Congressman and Mrs. Green Mrs. E. R. Struth EntertainsAt In Starke Nov. Isn't is Interesting to meet new '"1
on Miss
and Mrs. V. B. Harrell as host mony performed II I a delightful party Tuesday afternoon Essie Col, man 'n,,. bv

..,; !' Enjoy Festivities In Party in LawteyMrs. esses. Chrysanthemums and pot- 2' I I people reclpeaT and exchange:we. aiun'i. Ieassy'e meet ..NrB.I -. ,u.,,_ ,from..__. 4:00':.. until__no A'Oft_:_n o'r.lnr.k_ ,.___.. will be held-- m--- ii,.,.... 1.",."Il.,. ), n".'I r'tllll*
Mrs. Thomas Is a graduate of|Jelly when their mothers entertained for and Mrs. D. P *,
Jacksonville E. R. Struth was a charming ted ferns formed attactive decora- i Hooker personally but a friend of COIP"II'.1'', '
hostess Friday afternoon when tions for the Smith home. the class of 1930 of Hot Springs them in celebration of their fourteenth o'clock.'l 7'3 30
CO JlIh Congressman':! and Mrs. R. A. High School in Hot Springs National ours met her at a church picnic and sixteenth birthdays nt, Miss
1 she entertained at bridge at the The circle was pleased to have and liked the yellow angel food Halsey-j book, 'm
1.j the festivities following Park, Ark Since gradua. the home of the former. of a"""""
.j! Green enjoyed home of her brother-ln-snw and I three visitor present, Mrs. J. C. cake, a contribution of Mrs. Hook- I a profeHsoi-N wit,. \"It,
BY'' the Georgia-Florida foot- sister, Mr and Mrs. G. W. Rob-I I Mills, of Rutherfordton, N. C., the tion she received training as a er's, so well that she asked for Attractive arrangements of lavender -! England, will be mad, ,. m,or.,... '*.

)'1 ball game In Jacksonville Saturday erts, in Lawtey. Attractive arrangements Rev. Frank Robinson, and Mrs. nurse in St. Luke's Hospital in the recipe for the Telegraph. We and white chrysanthemums,i tic by Miss Ooipmt, ,, ?:In,'., *Itall.,
HOME iNEED. afternoon. With Mayor and Mrs. of chrysanthemumsand : I Stewart Austin of Lakeland who Jacksonville and In a Tallahasseehospital. are Indeed grateful to Mrs. Hooker placed to advantage in the I.vlng'and recently returned from", hilt

George Blume of Jacksonville they roses adorned the two living, has spent five years as a mission- For the past few years for sending this recipe to us. dining rooms, formed the decorative abroad. trip

: FOR 1 attended the game and Immediately rooms and dining room where the ary in China. A feature of the Mrs.Pensacola Thomas with has made her her homein 8 large or 6 small eggs. motif for this lovely af Miss Coleman will i h.,.,. ,, '',',,
afterward were guests at a reception tables were placed.At afternoon was an interesting talk grandmother H4 cups sugar fair.After to the club by Miss <;, ''I,,'ld ''nteling
Mrs. G. W. Milsted. "
Agree: ''j iwtitlit given in honor of Governor: the conclusion of the progressions by Mrs. Austin, who told especially Hi; cups flour I enjoying games and con of Green Coy,. "IIII", Heft.
', the hon4aMuzg and Mrs. Geo. E. Rivers of Geor-' :! Mrs. E. L. Biggs was of the tragic conditions In Chinaat Mr. Thomas is a graduate of 14 cup cold water tests the guests were Invited Into of the Book Club 'department head

and Dr. John D. Black. awarded a beautiful plaque as the present time. Bradford County High School and >,;i teaspoon baking powder the dining room for refreshments All those Interl'sfl"] |In ,
.tEe w Following the reception Con- holder of high score. Mrs. M. F. :Mrs. Charley E. Johns, circle for the past six years has been %} teaspoon cream of tartar of Ice cream and cake. The table i are urged to attend, ] I""'.''l 1'I

ly Home .; gressman and Mrs. Green attended Brown received two finger tip chairman, presided over the program connected with the Florida Map- !'i teaspoon salt was covered with a fancy "party"

fcharacte the Gridiron banquet given by towels as the winner of the gallop- which was entitled "Build- ping Project. 9i} teaspoon vanilla cloth and was adorned with the --.S-.. .-.--
[r [far tool"luldered .!\ the Sigma Delta Chi, journalIstic Ing goose prize. ing the New Earth." The program Immediately after the ceremony U( teaspoon almond extract beautifully decorated pink and Woman's

,r, honorary fraternity, at the Mrs. Struth, assisted by Mrs. was followed by the leaflet on the Mr. and Mrs. Thomas left for Beat egg yolks. Add Va cup white birthday cake, surroundedby Choral ( hi,I,

;,ef ImpoV},, Roosevelt Hotel. Later in the eve- Roberts and Miss Patsy Roberts, McDonell French Mission In Louisiana Gainesville, where they will make water and beat. Add sugar and sprays of fern and dainty white The Women'n (ii >i,ii i i |lii,lh M Its,
J,.b to puj'::1 ning Mr. and Mrs. Green attended served an appetizing salad courseto which was reviewed by I their home. continue beating. Add flour, bakIng chrysanthemums. Adding furtherto \v. E. Murphree 1"ld",,| lMil lIIeet

keratIonBLaIoig" a reception at Camp Foster. the following: Mrs. O. L. Bens- Miss Olive Ray, Mrs. E. K. Ferryman powder, and salt, sifted to- the attractiveness of the table Tuesday afternoon at, i uo Ulck'(
1edn&1 J ley Mra. E. L. Bigg Mrs. M. F. Mra. J. W. White and Mrs. Circle Meetings of I gether. Mix thoroughly. Add vanilla were comports holding mints and In the club building, All ,ultmean.j |

Brown. Mrs. D. A. Monteith Mrs. B. S. Matthews. I I and almond extract. salted nuts. bers are urged to .i ,, .
,. ,J J1".ti"tU.. .itT... .Q.... utn | .11111 ,. .
- HOme/;'/:, ; W. E. To rode, Mrs. J. W. Andrews, During the business session I I .H.OW I Beat egg whites stiff, adding< Those enjoying the afternoon I! urged to bring new In,mhel'!! "
Florida i While They LastYou Jr., Mrs C. A. Knight, Mrs. K. plans for the bazaar were discussed The Circle meetings of the Baptist cream of tartar when they are.j'With the honored guests were ,

I several G Duncan, Mrs. W. B. Sewell, and orders were taken for I Women's Missionary Societymet I foamy. Fold whites carefully into Frances and Shirley Colley, Alice .

:, methodl!! \ con obtnln one of Mrs. N. D. Wainwright, Jr., Mrs. Christmas carda and handker- Monday afternoon, November first mixture. Pour into ungreased June Harding Jean Davis, Clarice Port Evtrgladi's' I ,
.1 of thoestablish,. ; W i-11! those good recipe books N. Sternberg, Mrs. O. L. Haynes, chiefs. The circle was Invited to 6, at 3'00 o'clock. tube pan and bake slowly for one Thomas, Georgia Gilpin, Lois New- wise cargo is petroleum pun)''I| '.

( given away by the Tele- and Miss Lillian Sternberg. meet In December with Mrs. A. The pastor, Rev. L. A. Shepherd, I hour. some, Mary and Betty Powell, Mrs. Thirty-five thousand ton(piliUCUi,'
J\J'D.. the r&|' J'J'n graph at the recent cooking Wood and Mrs. Charley E. Johns Cover with the or pe.
\ Joining the players for tea were visited each circle for a few min following icing. Bynum Perkins, Mrs. N. D. Wain- troleum products a wir
convenibouaew1. '" for It at our office. Although Edwards of Lawtey. Mrs. Smith and Mrs. Harrell, the church program. He designated Add cream until icing is right chen. there plant
.: our first printing served a delicious chicken salad I the second Sunday of each consistency to spread. Flavor with
'I:: corre8p4; wa completely exhausted, Mr. Woodard HonoredOn course to the following guests: month as Missionary Rally Day. i vanilla.
cr busIr. the demand for this handy The Rev. and
: Mrs. Frank Robinson -Mrs. C. F. Hooker
Circle Number One, Mrs. L. O.
Aaa Yk book has been BO great that 75th Birthday Mrs. J. C. Mills Mrs. Austin, Gainesville, Fla.
It.t Powell, leader, met with Mrs. E,
eel or1Qaw'tloa :1' 4tJIU wo ha\e'. prepared a few Mrs. Wood Mrs. Carrie
D. D. Woodard was the honored Ritch, M, Thomas and Mrs F. F. Flumeat ECONOMIZEBY
agt I\!\ more. These will be given at dinner tfra. F. H. Mrs.
r guest a given by Mrs. Long, Perryman, the home of the latter. The Mrs.\ Chapman PresidesAt
did I nway absolutely free aa Woodard Mrs T. J. Griffin
ybuainea at their home about two Mrs. Matthews, Devotional was led by Mrs. Powell -
'4Clis long all they last. In the miles southeast of Starke, Sunday, :lira. White, Mrs. A. II. Green, who used as her topic, the 6th Sectional MeetingThe
w1tjnd ; meanwhile, read the favor Nov. 6, at which time Mr. WOOd- Mrs. Johns, Mrs. S. A. Weldon, chapter of John. annual meeting of Section BUYING
.* that '; ite recipes every vtt-rk" In ard celebrated his 75th birthday, and Miss Olive Ray / 4, Florida Federation of Women's

pig moiof ;lEth1 the Telegraph and send UK anniversary. Circle Number Two was entertained After transacting the routine ebbs mot \XiAnoarlnv nt 10 &t'tn1. ...... & - -- -
_ thet1" & one or your own.Bradford Several friends and relatives at the home of Mr. and Business tne program was arranged -I in the South Jacksonville l Woman's; UALl'Y KCHANDISE
fj for the week of for foreign
reiourcfpent were present to enjoy the day ando I Mrs. Carl Johns, with Mrs. Johns missions. prayer -I Club, with :Mrs. L.. F.. Chapman
a.r County wish Mr Woodurd many more and her mother, Mrs. A. W. Red-i sectional vice president:! in the
tOn wte'en 1\\ : happy birthdays. He received I grave, as hostesses. Chrysanthe- Mrs. Flume and MI's. Thomas I chair.
Telegraph Lots of Smart New Lines
,.. de9mau1 some lovely presents as gifts of: mums tastefully arranged in bowls I served delicious refreshments to Mrs. D. P. Carpenter, state Economirallv

"T b,: 1, remembrance from his friends. and vases added to the charm of the fourteen members present. chairman of Character Education,
II
J" t'" I I the living rooms where the meetIng -' Circle Number Two, Mrs. II. L. gave an Interesting and thought Priced at the

was held. Brownlee, leader, met with Mrs. I j provoking talk on developing char-
g 1nteat1on Mrs. L A Davis, circle chair-'I W. L. Wall and Mrs. J. M. Brown- I i acter. Other talks were made by

T Alexander's"NEW man, conducted the business session lee at the home of the former. The i Mrs. Thurston Roberts, Mrs. E. B. CLA11 JEAN SnOPPK

:wbIchb&zg ItiI and Mrs. L. D. Green trans- Devotional was led by Mrs. S. E I VV', Us, presidents of Jacksonville I II

on acted the duties of secretary. I Sparks, the topic being "The Sin|I wiuba, and department chairmen.
g Plans were discussed for the bazaar of Not Praying." After discussionof I During the business meeting

; g9aerv STORE" which will be held the first the topic there was a round of Mra. Carpenter was elected secretary

) week in December. sentence prayers by circle mem- of Section 4. _, _. _
.
II :Monday afternoon closed the A luncheon was served at noon r "
w'' Offers To Its week of prayer for home and for- bers.Mr. and a tea the
Many Bargains Many L. H. Jennings 'was welcomed was given by Jacksonville -
eign missions, and the offering as new member and Mrs. C. C. Woman's Club at 4 o'clock.
I 16 BIG
n Friends and Customers. Our Merchandise made by the Missionary Society' Hoppe was appointed orphanage Representatives from the Statke PRIZES BOVW6IRIS

t jma) amounted to $13.16, which will be' chairman. The committee for arranging Club were Mrs. Carpenter, :Mrs.! L.

er.owJy divided between relief work In flowers for the church A. Canova, Mrs. L. A. Davis, and Girl and
Is New and of the Best Quality. You Can boys-Come takes look
: China and the McDonell French
: tbad for the month of November was Mrs. C. A. Knight. at thcic
xne' Mission in Louisiana. i named as follows: Mrs. George B. prizes-eight useful prize ii.

Trade With Confidence at Alexander's.THREE The program was under the direction Flynn, Mrs. G. W. Alderman, Mrs. The west end 'f the Panama, -, -- for girls! Eight useful prizes for

_ujfl of :Mrs. L. C. Ray, who S. P. Vandlvlere. Mrs. R. L. Kemp, Canal Is six miles east of Miami. ,, boys!

JI was assisted by Mrs. J. F. Colley, Mrs. S. E. Sparks, Mrs. J. M. The entire continent of South And, learn how eaaily you can I

SPECIAL CLOSE-OUT Mrs. W. E. Middleton, Miss Amelia Brownlee, and Mrs. H. L Wall. America Is east of Jacksonville. 'S., enter this Rexall Store Boy and fl.I .
Ray and Mrs. E. L. Williams.
NUMBERS Kf OUR
Mrs. J. M. Brownleereported OVER-EATING? I I GinlConeest.Therulesareimple. /
The circle was invited to meetIn
SIENTIFFICKSHOES December with Mrs. Middletonand that church tables had been made. I You may possibly believe you _.__,_ih's1 Your chance of winning one of

Mrs. Sam Anderson, at the The following program committee have "super-human" digestion, but the grand prices la limited only

tilI. home of the former. for November was appointed: there will probably come a day 8 &IZESjtvBeys by your willingness to work.Get emus for,6M
KL11 Mrs. J. M. Brownlee and Mrs. One I when effects from
continued
overeating Trail ,
Ml. IMiMl. Mr
During the social
Mrs. started .
period Wiggins. bnl in. .,n,., ..I. now.CcmefarovrEntryBbnkTbMr btautiful Jolli! J
Redgrave and Mrs. Johns, assisted will cause much serious ufllon.lr*, fool rhMt.nd doll ,trunk ini.WI
I
: jj4 For Women by Mrs. Sam Anderson, served During the social hour the hostesses sickness and ailment. .--'on.' magic ",. A ITMI pd pion.,.. All 10..1,

tempting light refreshments to served a delicious salad Why punish yourself and your
VALVES UP TO $t.95 with hot health? Relax-eat
the following course tea. less, and if at
; guests: Mrs. Davis,
Mrs. E. L. Williams, Mrs. Colley, Circle Number Three, Mrs. H. L. times you experience digestive discomfort Prizes on display in our window.

SPECIAL PRICE $2.98 Mrs. W. S. Stroman, Miss Ray, Hough, leader, met with Mrs. H. from stomach overacidity -
Mrs. Hogan Smith, Mrs. Anderson, A. Lawson and Mrs J. D. Good- safeguard the stomach from Contest starts Monday, Nov. 14th.CARPENTER'S .
_ _ _ _ excess acid by with
Mrs. Middleton, Mrs. D. E. Knight, man at the home of'Mrs. Lawson. neutralizing
) k !MANISHTAILORED 70x80 DOUBLEBLANKETS Mrs. W. P. Smith, Mrs. L. D. Bowls of chrysanthemums were BismaRex.Buy DRUG STORE

SUITS Green and Mrs. L. C. Ray. attractively arranged in the living genuine Biama-Rex at your
-- .......... rnnn.. .hr. ._ th..._ __ tl,,,,_ "'ft_ k_'". Rexall Drum Store. fTjirocntoi-'ii. I____ r V _-_---.- ----'-._- .-
-5--- -- VT a. Mfl& -- '-'-' -
$3.95 23% WOOL-SPECIAL! Woman's Club To Meet Mrs. Hough led the 5 Devotional, Drug Store in Starke. ,- ., j.. =-i'1liJ&iiWi1 : I =-!

using as her subject "My Neigh-
$4.98
_ The regular business of
meeting "
bor, based on the story of the
l LADIES FINE the Starke Woman's Club which
Good Samaritan. Mrs. W. A. Feeler

ri4 y 4 p LONG COATS LADIES FINE was Nov to 9,have has been been held postponed Wednesday until assisted In the devotional and
led in
i $9.95FINEST SHORT COATS Wednesday, Nov. 16. The meetingwill prayer.
During the business session two
be held in the club auditorium
41 $4.95WEDGE at 3:30: o'clock p. m., with the presIdent additional pledges were made to
d SATIN Mrs. L. A. Canova, presiding the Educational Building Fund. EXHIBITIONW

All members are urged to At the close of the meeting the
11 IIKELOXFORDS
SLIPSWORTH attend. hostesses served pie and coffee

1i *1.5ft-SPECIAL + to the twelve mmbers present.
The first electrically driven I .
mer-
FOR CHILDREN & WOMEN: / Largest-Mightiest
98c chant vessel to ply the Seven Seas Thanksgiving and Praise ,
$1.69 tO $1.98BE.UTII'1JL sailed from a Florida port, Jacksonville -

''i1i' LINE OF I Service Enjoyed At I T"\"\!! ,l imThnrs'y __ 1-_ T 1 _

LADIES FINE QUALITY I Auxiliary MeetingA I I II
beautiful Thanksgiving and Ii : LOCOfllJAOAIN

Pi1 HOUSE SHOES BABY BLANKETS i FIRE Praise Service, under the directionof j i
Miss Lucille Mitchell
was enjoyed -
: : 49c to $1.39 i ?
47c at the
to $1.00 regular meeting of .
the Ladies' Auxiliary of the Presbyterian Scab

',' 61x78 n01ULEDRESSES Church Tuesday night at I ihe
SILK AND CREPE FIRE 7:30: o'clock at the home of Mr. Nov. 17, fcSO: PM-8:00: PM

1jf( COTTONBLANKETS and Mrs. E. M. Davis. Seaboard Passenger Sultan. Slarke,Fit. _ _ _ _
I I
iri I The large living room and dining ,I With the dlesel-elcclrlc locomotive: _ _ _ _
$1.98CHILDREN'S will be a modern Seaboard coach, ,
room were attractively decorated ..-
i _ _ _ NICE & HEAVY SPECIAL i FIRE with chrysanthemums and I dining sleeping and lounge cars. _

i4 I : SCHOOL $1.49 I purple spikes for this unusually Comet See the newest In Irs ,pDrt.'lonl!
interesting meeting.

ift OXFORDS This Is the season for I ire Mrs. W. A. Bonham, who had I 0
SEE OUR ISEAUTIFUL LINE of the
charge Devotional, read the
SIZES UP TO
t 'M 131/ OF NOVELTYCURTAINS Better check up on your scripture lesson for the evening. .5 -

_ 98cpr. fire Insurance!, chances are Miss Mitchell then presented Miss A Tribute to the South Now the Seaboard dedicates the world' lamest and I IM Ihi{

& 1 LAIU1ER SIZES AND, you Iiaton't enough thin Is Evelyn Stump, who song RobertSchumann's powerful streamlined* dlcsel-cleclrlc locomotives 10 sith
; : ( on '
IN ALL COLORS SPECLVL South to >lde sustained high-speed transport
_ t with 0 God I Thank Thee the Seaboard pro *
ewpt-clally likely ref- Its has rare
policies
BETTER QUALITY Through progressive kept the economical
ki For Each utmost In *afe y and comfort at
49c, 55c and 98c rence to your furniture. Sight. Two appropriate pace with the advance of the South during, 106 years of AgaIflthi'
hh
$1.25 tO $1.69 readings on the subject of thanksgiving Again, the Seaboard pay tribute to the South. [
< n service-service that hat been Inseparably linked with the transPortdti0f0t
Better
.c. get one of our Inventory and praise were read by Seaboard Introduces the most modern In
r i SfEN'S FELT f ornwt, you will be urprlmtl Miss Mitchell, after which Mrs. K. development of this great empire. additional development of this region that Is J>lcMCf lurth T ,
destined
_ _ ( GOOD LINE OF MENS' HATSWORTH how the personal effects G. Duncan and Mrs. E. M.: Davis The Seaboard lies continually Improved It* services with grow unlimited and prosper natural. resources, and
played a duet, "The Polish Dance" Innovations to make your Journeys more' pleasant, more I >Ii
LI'ift DRESS PANTS 91.6098c rune accumulated : by Scharwenka. The program was comfortable, more economical, while the needs of shipper Again,(no Seaboard evidence its faith In (the South.In rcturn.

it1 itliiou' you last took stock, concluded by the members singinga and receiver freight have been keyed to modern facilities the serving Seaboard the present ask and only building fair treatment for the and future.the,,uiPOrtand
$1.98 to $5.50
hymn. service that produce a complete,economical ."stem.SEABOARD. the people In the further promotion of our mutual interct"
Si
PLEASE PHONE 146 Mrs. O E. Stansbury, president j

of the auxiliary, presided at the)
HAROLD C. business meeting prior to the pro-I Some of the Features
Alexander & Co. ..,.
gram. Nm.dt..I-.I.ctrk. locoiflot i' t.
,., .he b.b.r4 by the EItr.MO": rIpo.
WALL AGENCYALL During the social hour :Mra.. Dots ..'10". They re IC .flIIe SII141" 1oo
assisted by her daughter. Miss e. thn._JIO Mi $$005. IJ st. II. 1fl0111 or-"
: .. .qlpS", ...
I FORMS OPDEPENDABLE 0 'oM. I* Inch wkl ..I Ip.w.vth he.
**' ,r,> S iryjr 3hp B. E. HATFIELD, Mgr. II INSURANCE Jean Mine Davis Miss Louise Stern, and R A I L W A Y ....l..h WM.DIM' wvrkl's undaifld".'..pJ.t an-.. 5.5.. 'Jrol.
;i Evelyn Stump, served a
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| NOVEMBER: II, 10S8 t
Jp1y, __ BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE. FLORIDA PAGE FIVE.
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\ Mm .lullu Eastman spent last I Mr and Mrs Mao Fischer Henry r :NEW TII.LEnY'UNI1 proves or the court und mibject, to Branch Sec, 27 Tp. 6 3. R. 21 E., I;
the tifnnn and ondltlonH of the final containing 117 Acres more or 'I\
.
week In Lake Butler aa the guestof Manussa and John Wlngate, all ORLANDO. .The United States decree of roreolontire horeln. I"... I
Mr and Mrs Charles H. Register. of Lakeland l, and Mr and :Mrs. D. M. V. HKOWN.A The taxes" to !*. void are Avldenced
has established a new fieldartillery by certificate No. SH3 of 1933 and
army "I"'claIM.I..r In Chancery I
Bits of B. White: of Fcrnandinu !
were the ll-ll-41-U-a. represent unpaid taxei for the year !'
week-end guests of Mrs. C. I. Ma- I unit In Florida and des- 11)32 to im$. both Incluilva, amount- : I".
Inn to 11.10.05. ,
Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Davis spent lIaHsa und Miss Mina Manasaa. ignated officers who would command \OTK-n' OK IIIU.F1 OF TAX :Sold tux oertlfIraten 'together with ,

the week-end In Fernandina with ------- the regiment If the call to CKHTtPICATKMNOTICE IS: HEREBY UIVEN that nil subnequent omitted or Levied '
I taxei will be Hold to the highest '
Local Ne Mr. Davis' mother, Mrs Mary A. CAUTION-Better check up oil colors was sounded. Known In official W. H. Clrahnm has filed with mawritten bidder at the (Courthonnn door In '
I reqiiext that the tax tortlflc stark on the 251 h day of November, ;
annals as the 94th Field Ar-
I Davis. ur fire insurance it be > with all mihuequent. !'I'
J( may jour ati-ii together' 19.18: at 11 .00 o'clock A. M. ,
I CONCERNING OUR PEOPLE BUSINESS AND turn next 1'lcunc. call 140.-Harold tillery, a unit that would consistof omitted or levied taxed held old by theSlate the Dated thin the 6th day of November ,
be advertised and to 1938.
87 officers and about 3,000 men
Miss Miriam Stubbs C. \Vull Agency; hlKhent. bidder for rash ax provided (OFFICIAL SEAL) :,
PROGRESS OF TIlE COUNTY ANN TOWN and Miss 1 In war times; the organization has hy Chapter 18296 of the:: 1 8T until of A. J. THOMAS -
Gertrude Heerlng of Green Cove been assigned to general headquarters he 1..1r1.I..lur., upon the following i"k of Circuit( Court of !
Springs were business visitors here E. S. Matthews attended the. described real estate. In the County Bradford County, Florida.
of the army and will have Its of Bradford State of Florida, to- 11-11-31-11-26.
Tuesday.Mrs. Gridiron banquet given by Sigma 'I
wit:
base In Orlando with branches In A AI
I Delta Chi, honorary journalistic I.otn 7, 10, 46, 47 In Woodlnwntiertloti I
-
[us P A. Monteith spent Tues- Mrs. W. J. Epperson and Mrs. Sam T. Dell and Mrs. Lee fraternity, atl the Roosevelt HotelIn other sections of the state.REPORT 29 40 Tp.Acres B "9.,' more R. 21 or E.,le.containing ....- I HERBINE I f.j. ,,1I ,1\I\ ,

J"i .rack. onvllle.' George A. Anderson spent Satur- Graham of Gainesville Jacksonville Saturday night The taxes to be hold are evidencedby
were visit- OF CLERK OP certificate. Non. 140 of 1928 reHpertlvely '' j J
the
following football
day in Jacksonville.Mr. ing friends and relatives here Georgia-Florida CIRCUIT COURT and repreeent unpaid When headache dizzincM: tout I 4

Letie Stilley spent the Tuesday.Mrs. game. taxes for the yearn 1927 to 10.H1. I,stomach, fciliouincu, nausea. lack et ,
Stet Rtarke, Fin October 31 193S. both inclusive amounting to $0326.
clt-enrt m Jacksonville with rel- and Mrs. Hamilton Report of the Clerk of the ClircultCourt ALSO: Lot i. A H-TI' of Lot 40 appetite and lullemncM or that tired
.
Ritch
of In and for Bradford County A WVM of Lota 48. 411!) & All Lola
\ ol
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Mills and feeling, awociated
l\e Gainesville spent Sunday at their L. E. Moseley spent the Flnrltla on n..ollnt of taxes a""ea"- 60 61 In Woodluwn 8,,o. 29 Tp. are iymptomi
cottage on family of Green Cove Springs and ed for yenr 1937. ft 8. R. 22 IS.;] containing 45 temporary constipation, HERBINE!
Kingsley Lake.
week-end in Jacksonville with her Mr. 1 C. A..KNN11IT, Tax' Collector.Cnunty Acres, moro or lena.. '
and Mrs Victor
mil Mm: C. C. Hoppe and daughters, Misses Beatrice and Thomas of ProperTo The taxeii" to be Hold am evlilenredhy will bring relief. It !i. itriclly a vegetable !
Slr Mrs. H. A. Gainesville spent last week-end Balance. due 2227.00 certificate NOB 148 of J 1I12H andri'nretient medicine free from bade min/
;1 iimmy., spent Monday In Jack- Bishop was In Green Lillian Moseley.Mrs. here Hv amount collected None unpaid taxes" for thf yean
( Cove Springs Thursday visiting as guests of Mrs. E. M. To Ualaili-o dut $2.22700 11)27 to 1931. both Incluilvo, amounting oral e.l... 60c bottle.OAUPENTFir.S .
trllle Thomas and Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Fine A Furfrllure .
her aunt, Mrs. Nina to $69.al.ALSO
Llpford. Kenneth Harrington!; and To Halance 73526 / ,
Wilkinson. duo : Sty of NW% Bx. 9 A. InN : :'/ JuncO STORE
yrh i M Brownlee and Mrs. L. children of Montlcello are guests Hy amount collected $ S'l..HI )'; Car A All N'4{ of a\V'i! N of
To llnlnnce due $ tlilft.00County
g.pnerd( spent Friday In Jack- Miss Martha Tony of Shabuda, of Mrs. Harrington's! parents, Mr. Honil and llrlilice. j'
\111' Miss., Is spending some time here and Mrs. Nat Williams. Mrs. Phillip F. Maguire returned To Tin In noo duo. '2.941.15
1 I with relatives and( friends. Thursday of last week to her To Hv amount HHlaucc collected due. $2,941.16 None STANDARD OIL PRODUCTS ; :;:

tiBiiltli Rowe and Miss Enza Friends of Mrs. L. J. Green will home in Washington, D. C. She luittr ,School enernl
To rtalanrc, due $9,07599!!
,B1 'r pent Wednesday In Jack- Mr. and Mrs. D. P. Carpenter will regret to learn that she Is con- was accompanied as :far as Jack- Hy amount colluded f 2U2! So j'I
,\111 attend the Rexall Convention In fined to her home on Call St. be- sonville by her mother, Mrs. A. M. To Balance line $e,783.09: ( I '
Orlando the first of the week. cause of illness. ? Darby, and her sister Mrs. De- To Dnlanca. Cniintr due __ .'-..11.. I 182.00 COMPLETE LINE OF BATTERIES WITH A GUAR 1f:

ijrrs i. t). Jennings and Mrs. W. Witt C. Jones of Gainesville Hy amount collected __ None ANTEED BATTERY SERVICE. WE WASH 'i '

Wunberly spent Friday In JackBjlr A FEW DOLLARS spent for Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Hutchings To Uttlance.1'..... Sah due-4rlia-<._l-lleftulnr_ $ 182.00 POLISH AND LUBRICATE TO PLEASE I" I

avdiP'" dependable protection may save and daughter Montle, of Gaines- Will Blair Witchita, Kans., To nalance collec-----------;| .99 I "f :nHOUSTON'S .
.
Ity amount 20
you the value of years of accumu ville were guests Sunday of Mr. arrived afternoon '
Wednesday and To llnlnnce. due ._--- .. 2776.19 ;. ,, ,
and Mrs. C. H. Nasworthy i lation. Fire insurance is a Houndinvestment. and Mrs. T. M. Hutchings.Dr. will spend the winter here at the Total Miibchool lloiiilr.l -

|enl Sunday In Brunswick, Ga.? Please phone 148.- home of his mother-in-law Mrs. To ny amount Ralance collected rtue ._-. -. -__ I'J,381 388.H7
tl> relatives. I Harold C. Wall Agency.Mrs. and Mrs. H. B. McLendonand Sarah Coburn. Mrs Blair was To Balance due n. $3,000.36

daughter, Jeanette, of Orlando called here, several weeks ago because To Balance AirrlrultiirMl due _Un____. $ 147.011 Phone 87 Intersection of Rds. 13 & 28 ,i::,
Iff E VanLoon of Miami is the Stewart Austin, of Lake- are guests of Mrs. McLendon's of the illness of her mother. Hy amount collected .__ $ 7.87 ::
.. ._ ,
lest 'this week of Senator and land, was a guest this week of the parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Mat- To Balance Wlilow'N due PeitMlon $ 139.19

"8 I' E Johns. Rev. and Mrs. Frank Robinson.Mr. thews. Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Ray and O. To Halnnce due __ $ 73,63Hy ,r,
amount collected $ S 14 p. '
\\1.| White went to Jacksonville To Italance. due -_ $ 69.G9Ilimil ;
I\Ir> L.. A. Shepherd spent sev- and Mrs. A. C. Durden of Mrs. B. P. Smith, enroute to her Wednesday Mr. White returned Bond Refund

11 lays this week in Crescent Tampa spent the week-end here home In Daytona Beach from home in the evening Jut Mr. and To Tty amount Ttalnnco collected due $1,083.04'S2.56

Ei I ly with relutlves. with Mr. and Mrs C. C. Hoppe.Mr. White Springs, was the guest Mrs. Ray remained for a visit with To Hnlunce due -__ $1.000,49
Thursday of Mr. and :Mrs: R. J. their son and daughter-in-law, the .....,1 k llrl
I There must be a reason for SII''Rnl't"1 and Mrs. Tom Sweat of Davis. Rev. and Mrs Laurie G. Ray. To Ttalnnce' due ___ ,__ $4.46955 BENNY'S1J. ,
'Gainesville Hv amount collected t 44074
'! liiofi'aiHHl liuslncsH. TnuleIHi were guests Saturday To Balance due 4028.81 '
iisunil I von' too \>I1I know why. I of Mr. and Mrs. H. L,. Brownlee. Mrs. J. H. Fields! and daughter Miss Katie Fugate spent the ,

-- Hazel, will spend the week-end in week-end in Jacksonville as the ,
Ill'' end Mrs. W A. Scott of I Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Osteen of Baldwin with Mrs. Fields' broth guest of her brother-in-law and M \"'''J.:..''' .. ti.i "

i'lai".'r' will spend this week-end ,. Brooker were guests Wednesday er-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. sister Mr. and Mrs. A. I. Spencer. "rmlur NOTICI-5 unit IS by HIMiKriY virtue': of"I\'I a final:S thai deere I B. SAPP Proprietor 1',
'n ui-sts of Mr Scott'H par- of Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Barefoot. Bob Tanner.Dr. While In Jacksonville she attended < : of ror<"cloniire made anti rendoped j

t Mi and Mrs F A Scott. I the Georglu-Florlda football game Judge bv dated, Honorable. ,She 8th. tiny A, Z.of Nin Ailkln. inIHI I :
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Ritch of and Mrs. W. E. :Mlddleton: and the festivities Friday and Saturday ,-. A. U.1 Iil8! In that certain onuscWhcreln GROCERIES AND MEATS :
,
Jacksonville spent Tuesday here Miss Madge Middleton, and Mr. nights. I'Iii intiff L.and Alexander It. II. Whltflionil wax anti' ,tad IH I 1;
with Mr. and Mrs. S. R. Johns, Jr. and Mrs. E. L. Matthews spent others, were and nre, JHfenlnntK In
Friday afternoon and night which final .decree T, M F, Mrown, FINE:'/ ('F.J.F.ItAN)) FRUIT CAKEMATERIAL :f fLETTUCEea
InI I Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Halligan, of wits nppolnt(>.d Special Mantel.. toIevy
Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Walnwrlghtof Jacksonville. Whittier, California are guests of l upon iiflvertlNe, nnd offct tot

Jacksonville were guests Sun- Mrs. R. S. Fernandez and family.Mr. ilK Knl h'Hiierlnl the( Inndn Mantpr therein aforemild Hcrlhod have I, lOc : 'r

day of Mr. and Mrs. A. O. An :Mr. :Moore, Suwaiinee's manager and Mrs. Halllgun were at one levied upon Bud. will on 'the 5th dnv .
dreu. regrets that "several, customers, time citizens of Staike, but about of hecenlher. A. I'. 1938, at 11 FltKSIIBEANS,21bsl5c I''
o'clock A, M tiny In frontof Citron Peel I Ib. 29c
had to go other placed Saturday 22 years ago they moved away. :: the Court Inu.Itlo': : In Htnrke, r '
Mrs. J. S. Johnson and daughter oiling late.Friends Their old friends al'e delighted to Hradford (Viiitity I'"lol'hllorrel' forstain I
I and receive bldH for I the pur Peel lb. 29c ; ,
Orange
Dorothy, of Plant City, were see them again chase of the following described iiii
I ?
week-end guests of Mr. and Mrs. of W. C. Manning will land, to wit : YOKK IMTEIUAL 'n

fOR SALE- .New cotton bags, 3, W. H. Struth.Dr. be Interested to learn that he Is Mr. and Mrs. T. Frank Landrum IN TOWN'STUP SKVKN: : (7>. SOtTTH Lemon Peel I, Ib. 29c "

15 and 10( pound sizes with ad- connected with the United Life In- spent the week-end with relativesIn riA.Vni'! TWKNTY-TWO: (22), Apples I 3 lbs. 1 lOc 1 iiJ

1'ess tag and drawstring for ship- S. P. Vandiviere, who Is stationed surance Company with headquarters Citrus County. They were ac- ,FAST ANPS-! : TUB FOLI OWINOr Red Cherries, Ib. 39c j J,

Ing pecan nuts In. White's near Fernandina at a CCC In Starke. compnnied. by their 'nephew, Pal- All of Section One (1) ; ei j 8,, '
South ((541(,) Half or NorthRantfNK'4) -
I ore 10-28-4 Camp, was a week-end guest of mer Brooks, who returned to his. : Quarter or HouthKiiHtSK' ) CiOOU Pineapple, lb.._ _39c ; :
his wife and son. Miss Marjorie Stump of Bunnell home there, after an extended visit ( ,) Quarter. of Section Ten

fOB' SALE--New and used brick and Miss Lillian Stump of Jack- in Starke, prior to entering business 8ollthVeMt(10): (SAViQuarter of Onions 3lbs3 lOc Raisins pkg. lOc ,
1 for all purposes. Campville Clay More and more folks are fast sonville will spend this week-end, college In Tampa. North-Kant ( .-: ) Quarter ,
froducts, Inc., Route 31, Camp- learning that the Suwannee Storela here with their patents, Mr. and ",m'' h-\V""t (SW14)' Quarter, of (
Houth-KaHt (HR'-i' ) Quarter of "
TABLE lOc .
file Fla 10-22-4tp a mighty good: place to trade. Mrs. F. F. Stump. ) Mrs N. D. Walnwright, local North-Went: (NW14) Quarter: and Figs, pkg. ;

...l.or!s.*, .n.t.tad4ksth Ann.. *..AM..* I South (NK>/,) of
Quarter HoulhW."tIHWLiI Peaches
Friends here of Mrs. A. F. Sauls Florist Convention in Jacksonvillethe ( Quarter of Section Kiev- can me Currants Pkg. isc j

are glad to know that she has returned first of the week. While there en (11);
NAT SEZ: from St. Luke's Hospital, she also attended school All of nertlon Thirteen (13) : '
the of design South (S'*) Half of Houth-ronnt GUARANTEED ,
in Jacksonville, and la now recup- at which foremost instructorsIn HBVi I ) Quarter, South-Rant '
Nenrly all families have their .MKi; :
> Quarter of South-Went
erating at home. the profession demonstrated the II'IW' 24 i
%) Quarter; and HouthKnnt -
little at time
private wars some or newest methods In composition. (SNV4) 't o.Wr of North FLOUR 59c I

other. They don't go down In Dear Customers: Forgive mo Flfte Went..(n NWLi(16): ; of Section LB.

history, but nevertheless they are this time, please. I'll try to have Mrs. J. H. Tatum and son, Ralph North-Went (NW>/i) Quarter ofNorthNRKt
more clerks at the Suwannee Store Tatum, and Mrs. Paul Brooker, all NEW\ ) Quarter; .
war, with ciutualtles. 'Oft times North-K Mt. (NE" ) Quarter of .
.. steak times next; Saturday.Mrs. of DeLand were guests Monday of North-Went (NW: %) Quarter:
caused by tough some'"
North-Knnt (NF 1l) Quarter nt PRUNES lb. 5c MEAL 10 lbs 18c
H
by cold feet. If you are having/ Mr. and Mrs. W. Struth and South-Went' W trouble at home this winter because <<- E. R. Marshburn and Mr. and Mrs. E. R/Struth., They North-Went (NWi/J Quarter ofHouthTCant ,
Mona Claire, of Tallahassee SE/4) Quarter
daughter were accompanied home by Mrs. '
your wife has cold feet, try Kant, ICUj) Half of North-Rant: POTTED MACARONI ORSpaghetti
of wool Blankets at were guests Monday night E. R. Struth, who will spend the INI '.4) Quarter; and South \
one our part of Mrs. Marshburn's mother, Mrs. remainder of the week in DeLand. Half of NWth-Went/ (NWWi) 5c
for
$1.98.mistice Then Day In you can. celebrate- G W. Alderman. North Quarter(nf NV4)Section Half Sixteen and BouihHM ((18'>; MEAT 2 ((2)) 5c (,
peace.A .
Come back. Your business. with ( ,) Hair of South-Kant (HRVi, ) ,
Quarter of "Section' Twenty-Four JIM! DANDY f fALL r"
Misses Mary Harriet Bishop and the Suwannee Store I.I* highly ap- (34)):
,. ."w vw.' Carol White, who are students at prf*..latc ; iV' (Nil%) Quarter: South (5414)) Grits 10 Ibs. 20c :
,' Southern College in Lakeland, are
; llnlf I of North (NVj> Half: ; North
spending the Armistice Day boll- Commissioner Mallory tN14)) Ifs It Or South Went (Wl(,) Half of Smith-We.t Bread 3 for t
l e! day with their parents. Thomas has moved into his new IHVVlQuarter of Houth-VVent I'UJJSIIUKVS BEST ,
home near the northern city limits SWVi Quarter. of Section"

Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Morgan, 04 Road 13. His former residenceIs Twenty-Three Houth fsm' ) Hair(23):: ) FLOUR \VIIOLE GRAIN ; c
Miss Margaret Morgan, Emalie, being occupied by his brother Half of rl HtEalC\NW\ /?)

and C M Morgan Jr., of Daytona George Thomas, and family and Quarter NortwctionFTwenty, South( "1 HVj)Quarter Half of of RICE 5 Ibs. 17c ;

toast to Beauty! Beach were guests Sunday of Mr Dave Roberts and family. Mr. i The: property herein Two denerlheil(2Z); will 24 lbs. 72c
and Mrs. R. J Davis. Roberts is an employee of the Veterans he offered for Male In trartn and
Camp near Keystone. parcels an net forth In nald decree N0.
I Mr. and Mrs. C. N. Shaw, formerly and In accordance therewith Any ,
and all tld. for
the purcha of the
q I II. of Graham and now reslI Four Bradford county girls, natd property submitted. to me will TOMA TOES 6c
I. 4 I I I I dents of Jacksonville returned to students at the Woman's College Court he received In accordance and reported with the to termiv the. CAN

Bradford County Tuesday to.vote in Tallahassee, will spend: the Ar- of the' final decree of forerloiiurfl I
I in the General Election. mistice week-end at their herein for acceptance or rejection
respective by the Court and .
null I nubject to the
ivbtl!*ntw color harmonizes I homes here. They are MissHilda .p.I I "ltRHII I rOILET

with* Porto Plum end Amtfhytt { Mrs. P. E. Canova, Jr., and children Wyrick, Miss Margaret Dav- '

shade tl v.r with blackbyHOLEPROOF ht I II I spending, formerly some time of here Orlando with, Mrs.are idson Miriam, Miss Guy.Beverly Miss Guy Cady, of and Hampton Miss Grapefruit ((2)) Sc TISSUE, ((3)) lOc ,.

I P. E. Canova, Sr. Mr. Canova has will be accompanied by her

been transferred to Bartow. roommate and former resident of II I LUI.\ AND O. NOUTJlEUN Il'OUN'J'UY ROLL

I I: ( I Starke Miss Harriet Demon. II I I

I Miss Ada Nimmo, Hampton I BEANS lb. 4c BUTTER lb. 2Sc

I postmistress, says that receipts Congressman R. A. Green will "

rt I are picking up a little there. Cancellations attend the Blue Key banquet. in THE AND :.
s< one day last week Gainesville tonight. Tomorrow afternoon () '

{ I amounted to more than $19. I coming lie football will attend game the In Gainesville Home-- I SMILE ti i ESE Ib.f1e Beans; 21 en l We

0 G. L. Patten of Tallahassee spent I at which time he will be the !I of I IJJ.XWELI

I the week-end here. He was accompanied guest of the state legislators and I CUT
HOUSE
Old-time subtle hosiery shade by I
elegance In
a new back to Tallahassee by the alumnle. Tomorrow night he { PROTECTIONIt

Holeproof. the perfect accent For (he regal Porto Mrs. Patten, who had been visItIng will attend the Lambda Chi Alpha I I COFFEE lb. 2Sc Beans 2 cans 15cdEWELL
mother Mrs. E. E. Canova.Mr. i at the
I I' Plum her fraternity banquet Primrose can only come from ,
and deep Amethyst tones, shading to dusty violet. I Grill.
ln
I mound adequate urworry SALAD
, A new and delightful note with smart black cos- 79c and and Mrs. A. A. Durden are a._.._,.,.I E very element ft' : I ,I .
now occupying the Davis house, I Shop early and avoid the rush at I and fear to taken
i tumes. In I 20cWe
sheer shadowless chiffon. Dressing 1 1
LARD / qt.
$1.00 opposite the Ford Company, which the Suwannce Store from your shoulders lb. lOc ,
L.
they recently bought from A.
and the coat to mall I
Quollly. ,.....
Doubly Cwllfted by Good Hauiekeeplna and Better Fobrla Teillna lIu
Davis. A Dew roof Is being put on. I Among those attending the
Georgia-Florida football game in LET US WRITE Carry a Complete Line of Fresh Meats ; :

Mr. and Mrs. A. O. Andreu attended I Jacksonville Saturday were: Mr.
lIt church at the Riverside and Mrs. Harry Houston, Mr. and YOUR INSURANCE! EVERY SATURDAY

Methodist In Jacksonville Sunday Mrs. J. Maurice Edwards Mr. and I
I J We represent several large, Night at 8 O'clock i
night, where their nephew, George Mra. H. C. Ritch, Congressman.and FREE a ; ;
In the
Pays to Buy at Wainwright is a member of the Mrs. R. O. Green, Mills Martha j Theft reliable Uftblllty companies, Annuity Young, 10 Pound .f'

choir. Brownlee Miss Katie Miss''
Fugate,
;
Life and Fire fields. TURKEY HEN : \ _
Lillian Stemberg Miss Georgia' ;

Mrs. T. N. Limbaugh and grand- Haynes, Mr and Mrs. S R Johns, '
I daughter, Nell, of Jacksonville, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Torode, JOHNS ANDWAINWRIGHT ALSO A Basket of I:

who have been visiting Mr. and Mite Hope Haynes. Miss Kitty GROCERIES FREE ''1.

I Mrs. H. L. Brownlee, left Tuesday Hogsed. E.: S. Matthews, T K. Mc-

for a visit In DeLand with Col. and Clane, Jr., John H. Redgrave, and PHONE 13 EVERY SATURDAY ': _

Os1- ,ws .w.e. Mrs. J. E. Futch. Merrill McMillan. I

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AAA MAKING PLANS FOR PINE LEVEL I RETURN OF "


PACK_a H:, ; 1 FARMERS SECTIONNOTES UEl.AM'EllENJ\COTTON:. DECEMBER TOBACCO 10GAINESVILLE. Mr*. II. M. McRuc CorrespondentElder I LIVE STATE NEWSFLORIDA prohibition Fla.MIAMI) has--SefljIitr twVv I'UOIIJ, ,! Andrew., relUI1I ITIO;',1)).

W. K. Hall of Green Cove 1 with 01

OF INTEREST TO BRADFORD GROWERS .-The AgrIcultural Springs filled his regular appoint- FACTS IN SHORT PARAGRAPHS crowd of S-VCM-HI" i"UIIlh,,, ,,(.Years."i A
('ld
Adjustment Administration ment at Pine Level through the ,. persons attending lyconvocation"
:FHOME r 1.roSPerlt
; announced today that preliminaryplans week-end. of i',) .('"" l
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ELECTRICITY IS NEW FIRST 1940 CANDIDATE NEW CHIEF JUSTICE Bayfront Park chj. Ciubt toplaudedasthos,1"1"
Members of Pine Level church .i
were being made for the
( Hints To HousewivesWeekly AND CAPABLE SERVANT holding of referenda the met at the home of J. D. Bow AVON PARK-Doctors, dentists TALLAHASSEE,-Glenn Terrellwas ,,,,, ,, j 4.

_ FOR FLORIDA FARMERS producers of cotton and among flue-cured ers Wednesday night In a prayer and druggists, in convention here elected chief justice of the recommended that the V>eetb:*
_ Fred L. Touch- vote the nation cI.,
led Vol- last week named Florida Supreme Court a few minutes money now
from Homo Demonstration tobacco: on December 10 to deter- service. Singing was by IOIJI'nt
F Electricity a new servant to lie and the Scripture readIng ton, former state senator as their after Elwyn Thomas of Fort to "caring for ue hom on liquor<
mine Starling ,
Tallahassee whether producers of these
Specialist, vast farming areas in this coun- for the 1940 ly." IIn<1 ''m!
who standard bearer gubernatorial Pierce became a member of the "Within the
Theodore O'Bryan I nex,
commoditles was by
LBy | are in favor of national '11\0
cop GOURD SUGGESTIONSEthjl try-has been put to work on marketing quotas for such led the prayer service.J. I campaign. court. Justice Thomas, 44 years ades,- he predict. ,,, .thl' df-
thousands of farmsteads duringthe old and a veteran of the circuit not the federal "lales. "
commodities for the 1939-40 mar- E. Norman of Starke was government
: past year or two. bench was appointed to the Supreme have to go back ""111
I Hollow-ay FIRST VTLKTIDK SIGN to
._ _ Farmers in sections of the keting year. The holding of a visiting at H. M. McRae's Sunday. pi ohlbilion
many save the to
Court ,
District Home Demonstration CHRISTMAS.-.Juanlta S. Tucker today by Governor country
nation have electric I referendum on any such commodity Elder and Mrs. W. E. Rail and
J 'c __________ Agent electric lights and refrigeration other Is conditioned upon the supply Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Murrhee and postmistress here stated this Cone to fill the vacancy caused by ----- .. -

NEED) _ Interest in gourds for decorative electrical equipment pumps and facilities of the commodity exceedingthe little son, Edward Hall, were dinner week that letters have already be- retirement of Chief Justice W. H. E.tRLyPALMETTO TOM: .\T(>r
FOB level definedIn and Mrs. J. R. gun to arrive to be held and mail- Ellis.
reserve supply as of Mr.
purposes has developed steadily instead of the old kerosene lamps, guests Two c"
_ I'loSd8
ed on Xmas day so as to carry tomatoes 01
the
_ during the past few y Agree the "Christmas Florida
postmark area
of 1938. The two
of dinner
Secretary was Weeks
birthday
surprise ahead ,, ,
.
surface wells that they had not of ,
?
for this humble VLAOIUA NAMES: JENKINS
product
th honj _ Dec. 25: 1938. uaUil
u Agriculture will announce his given at the home of Mr. and Mrs.J. schedule brought
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I As in the
so long ago. city, electricity GAINESVILLE. Alachua : 'Puce'' ,
Jesting L' _ have been greater than the supply can be put to a multitudeof findings with respect to supplies L. Underhill Sunday in honorof ..-- coun- th New York milks, !
tEbsewybome ty electors named Joe C.Jenkins
i although quantities of them go to of cotton to November 13 Mrs. Alice the 110tOl
uses of the farm. prior the latter's mother HITCH-HIKER TURNS ROBBER tomatoes. pile,, ki'.i,,
of Gainesville, Democratic nomineeto ( *,,
_ waste each year. and with respect to the several Oliver. Those who enjoyed the occasion FORT LAUDERDALE.-Gordon brought from $16In:/ '.
?1
Ts
The Rural Electrification AdminIstration the house of
|1tharactEartoo Gourds are often gathered before kinds of tobacco prior to December were Mr. and Mrs. Eston' Dulz, 42, Miami liquor salesman, representatives in A few pnokfd 6x6 )/ ,,, 01 lug
i a federal the state
, they mature and they shrivel up agency 1. Brown, and Mr. and Mrs. J. C.I I told police today a hitch-hiker he legislature. Complete Unofficial $2.25: to ,250 a ,lug. Ce from
| i sidered through its ability to make arrangements returns from the runoff
I Produce -
and are useless. Leave them on Sapp and little son, all of Sampson I picked up "because he looked so merchants In :\u,
Of Impoj the vine until mature. Maturtv with power companiesand In the first court test of the Oliv- primary gave Jenkins, an attorney classed York
P they City Mr. and Mrs. Raymond j clean-cut" took his automobile, the tom.n.I :.' ,,,

tytopu! .__ __ __ will be Indicated bv loss of to facilitate.. the .financing. .of Agricultural-- Adjustment- Act of ,I er. -Mr. and Mrs. Everett Oliver. ,I faii/alrir_ ..___ _vnnnai/___._ _an/1__ flnthlncr_.__... _anti u_ 2,146 votes_ .and Slgabee Scruggs, "fair.." bcrmiuo----.,.- ib....... ".... .. _only
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orations construction or power lines ana installation 0 ;z.usi.' Jenkins succeeds the late (Lfl'< 'first
leaves from the vine. shriveling up 1938 the tobacco marketing quota and Walter Oliver, all of Jacksonville left him, bound, sitting in a bed of picking, far belie, plls .| .
ido1g 1i4 of equipment for the farmer Fred D. Bryant, Alachua "
of the vine stem and by changing provisIons of the act were upheldas Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Underhill, sandspurs. representative pected for later shi1ji!, '' "x.
.drnan Is responsible for this great at the 1937 session and u 801nf
tii color of the gourds. Very large a constitutionally valid regulation W. C. Oliver and Buddy Oliver. of which are almost
expansion of electric Id nominee in the ready to i
HomeS" power rural May primaries. 'roD
lc gourds feed from the mother stem of tobacco marketing, Mastin Mrs. Oliver received many nice now.
DROCUHT DELAYS PLANTING
| Florida I ,s f as long as it Is succulent and if areas. Reports from farmers G. White, Solicitor of the Depart- presents along with the beautiful .
who have the REA GAINESVILLE.-L. Lee Smith -- .
employed in I
I several I q qw gathered at this stage, the shell ment of Agriculture, announces. large birthday cake. extension SUGAR OUTPUT CURTAILED
obtaining electricity for their service /district agent, TURNING: OUT
method : will be thin. All gourds should be Miss Vesta CLEWISTON.-Fiorfda'a 1'GIt
The close. known as Mulford V. McRae was visitingher said the of sugar
Austrian
farms and homes indicate planting peasin
| of the j jf 'i trR gathered with long stems attach- satisfaction on their part. In general fact, Smith was tried September 23 cousin Mrs. C. T. Jackson, in West Florida counties has been production will be curtailed 25: CLEWISTON sugm [""babtgaD .

**tabJlB f ?''fl1 ed. It helps the maturing procesl most of the farmers who have obtained 1938, in the Middle District of' Gainesville, Monday.Mrs. delayed because of insufficientrain. percent and one fourth of the present operating out of Clewlston the .

in th tlSijeclpe 1L and makes the gourd more attractive electricity have signified- Georgia before a specially consti- H. L. Haltiwanger and Even though the dry spell is cane crop will have to be first of this week fifteen days
,j tuted children of Jacksonville and her plowed necessitating the dismissal earlier than last year. The
three.judge court consistingof broken up cant''
he said the
that they would not do without it soon acreage
I convent should Samuel H. of mother. :Mrs. Kemp of Atlanta, of approximately 23 crop this season i Is
t'31 After gathering, gourds I' now. Judge Sibley, the will not be as large as was percentof exceptionally
and
1 houaewljcorrespt be protected from the weather Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals; I Ga., were visiting Mrs. H. M. Mc- planned. the employees due to the reduction -i good it is estimated that at

tI ,. which causes discoloration and deterioration Electricity in most cases has Judge Bascom S. Deaver, of the Rae. Friday afternoon.Mrs. I in acreage ordered by the Department least 1,600 cars of raw sugar will
er buslr : 4ci4 proven to be economical, efficient, L. A. and children of move from the sugar mill of
as well. In order for Middle District of Georgia; and Crosby INVALIDATES LICENSETALLAHASSEE. Agriculture. Independent the
Asa W1 gourds to dry quickly and not I and far more satisfactory than an- Judge Charles B. Kennamer, of the of Rising were visiting her parents I .-The Supreme I growers planning to increase United States Sugar Corporation

.dORUon i mold, they should be placed where tiquated methods which preceded Middle District of Alabama. The Mr. and Mrs. H. M. McRae, Court invalidated their acreage and build a this year. The Corporation opo*
'it. It have meant the of Tampa's $60 ates five of Its
agijI there can be complete circulation saving I opinion in the case was writtenby Tuesday.We municipal license for professionalmen cooperative sugar house are dIscouraged own trains which
tftd sy them. If thousands of steps for rural house are to report that F. by these further bring the cane from the fields to
of air around and under Judge Sibley, and was handed sorry holding the amount "ar restric-
I busines*'! ? wives in that installation of electricity Fender Is 111 was tions. the mill. Coast Line trains (hen
(
4r'" they have to be put on a solid sur- down on October 7. An appeal again. bitrary and unreasonable." C. N.
f Cll Witt face, they should be turned regularly -' has been followed often by may be taken, at any time within Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Fender spent Smith and others when haul the raw sugar to Suvannah
and tha| |' I' Installation of modern plumbing with Mr. and Mrs. R. L. appealed where it Is refined and
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; otherwise the side resting days. directly to the Supreme Sunday eventually
N. Sandier
facilities for the kitchen and bath.It Judge Harry upheld PRODUCTION CUT reaches the
ing mot on the surface is likely to rot. I I Court of the United States. Batten at Theressa. grocer'shelves factory -
the license In the
t of thelrt has been found to be more effl- Hillsborough MIAMI. Potato acreage in packed under tin' trad. nan
reiourcit T Clean gourds bring a higher;' tient than other fuels In lightingthe County Circuit Court. Dade County will probably be from of "Dixie Crystal rh.. ;Savannah ;

ent price. The outside skin which carries home, In heating incubatorsand FLA. STATE FARM GUM BRANCH 15 to 25 percent lower this year refinery handles th" ,'ntiw

the color when they are green brooders, and in other Enzit \\ea\er. Correspondent Annio Mne Harnage: Cor. I II 50 JUICE POPULAR than last year, leading planters in output of cnn,
Onwi' '' becomes dark when dry and has to many TAMPA._n___ ___ Ovpr_ __ _2 f>f>n rlrlnlrstands ...... thl" aa. t.ta. "C.n.' ..,......... ...... .ta. -.- .,,sugar,..---.--. /smwn IBarcn
'VLUO 0
ende ways. .c.vergrnues
ri tr1 be removed. If the outside surface Rural electrification la a comparatively 3Irn. Chapman Honored I Mr. and Mrs. B. M. McRae of soda fountains,'hotels and planted during October: but the --- .

$ 41i .1&I1 is cleaned immediately after new thing In Florida Mrs. J. A. Lander entertainedher Pine Level were visiting rela- cafes throughout the state have I big plantings of Red BUlls are under CARD OF Til.\:.NKSI '

reaetkOmanf3'' sJ taking it from the vine the gourd Inasmuch as the movement to electrify bridge club] Monday afternoonat tives in this section last Thursday joined the citrus juice promotion way now. With few exceptions -I wish to thank everyone for the

dries out a much lighter color. homes and farms did not be. the home of Mrs. W. E. Griner night. II campaign recently launched by growers took a severe lac- contributions given for tin, relief

tig int4p D I However, the rich, tawny color gin until about two years ago. in honor of Mrs. L. F. Chapman The Rev. H. :M:. Tillman of Jack- Burton H. Schoepf of the Tamlaml Ing on their crop last year, and of my dear companion 'luring! Her

4flstIon* ; comes on those that are cleaned But. great interest in electricityis the occasion being her birthday. sonville spent last Thursday night Trail Tours, and are advertisingcitrus all have agreed to cut the acreage recent illness. She Is now with her

bsIng htch 11 after the shell Is hard and the now being manifested in rural The honoree was surprised witha I with Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Tlllman. juice at 5c per 8 ounce glass. this year to avoid another trim- parents under the care "if a specialist

:been .tI seeds rattle. areas of Florida and hundreds of gift of a beautiful gold thimble Mrs. Louise Denmark of Jacksonville All report steadily increasingsales. ming this season. Fields should go and is very much improved

thg-449 farmers are making efforts to obtain given- by the ladles of- the bridge spent the week-end here into production during January. Virg-el Owen

it through the REA. This la club and guests and presented by with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. .

/ a healthy sign-a sign of improvement Mrs. Griner S. Sapp.

:becif in Florida farming and FlorIda The home was beautifully decor- Rudolph Chism spent the week-
rural life. While all farmersare end in Boatdraln with his mother
tto f ated with cut flowers of yellow
not in to Mra. Noon Bradley.Mr. ; :7lnd t
gXJudI ,t : probably a position white and red chrysanthemums ttejrzcej
: obtain it at this time many of and Mrs. J. C. Sapp of e mpan
ug and red dahlias. Violets were usedin
ersoft them are. And the latter will not Sampson City were visiting Mr.
Ht Individual containers on each
regret looking into the matter. and Mrs. J.: S.: Sapp, Sunday.
'uv1M4rD.e table. Refreshments
of a salad
; MILJJ The county agent is the man to see course with decorated individual Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Yarbrough of TWO NEW FORDS

about it. birthday cake and coffee were Woodlawn were visiting Mr. and
Mrs. W. R. Kersey and Mrs. H.
served at the conclusion of the
HOMECOMING: WEEK-END Keen Sunday afternoon.

AND DRINK TilE BEST UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA.- games. Miss Alice Edwards attended
Mrs. H. M Rlcharde made
high church at Raiford .
FROM Homecoming-the period set aside Sunday.R.
j for alumni, parents and friends of score and was presented with a set C. Keene attended church at FORD V-8: Now five inches
of Foatorla salt cellars. Mrs. W. E.
r the university-that is what this Evergreen Sunday night.
PETERSON'SDAIRY : longer from bumper la
_ _ _
Griner received the bunco
prize
: Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Shaw of the
week-end
the
means on University bumper. Roomier bodies-
;J1H of Florida campus. From, the first I which was two matched framed State Farm were visiting Mr. and _ more luggage ipace. New

k event, the Florida-Miami fresh- pictures. Mrs. L. L. Conner, Sunday. _ _ _ _ _ _ styling./ Hydraulic braha.
r pt'' kr man football game Friday afternoon Among those attending were: Misses Evelyn and Ethel Mae Scientific soundproofing.

it J9 until the final "Goodbyes" I Mrs. W. E. Griner Mrs. J. A. Lan- Coleman of HeUbronn were vIsit- Triple-cushioned comfort.85

; Sunday the Florida Campus, FlorIda der, Mrs. P. D. Fancher Mrs. H. ing Misses Annie Mae and Leila or 60 bp. V.8 engine.

students, and the Florida fac- M. Rlcharde, Mrs. W. B. Granger, Harnage Sunday afternoon. at.$584*
ulty will bend every effort to fulfill Mrs. J. G. Godwin, Mrs. B. C. Prices begls

llMNOLE! the prediction that this is the Prince Mrs. W. E. Murphree Mrs.J. NEW RIVERMrs. Peed. V.I Tudor Mom. wifh ,Ito...... ..gin, $424-wHk .5-.... ...,.....$((4*
NI M. Mrs. J. Bouvier
greatest Homecoming in history. Rltch A. O. E. Crosby, CorrespondentA
t sAIl J M5 Saturday Is the busy day startIng Mrs. J. C. Wallace Mrs. Robert

"; with alumni reunions progres- Kite Mrs. L. A. Wiggins, Mrs. V. crowd attended the DB LUXE FORD y.": Provides _ -_ _
-f-ft N. Geiger, Mrs. S. E. Ritch, Mrs. large aU the basic Ford features :
sing to the annual business meetIng Union meeting at New River Baptist ,
t of the Alumni Association, on W. C. Pendley, Madge Bozarth Church Saturday and Sunday. with extra luxury. -
,tJ to the alumni barbecue, and then Mrs. Peter Stubbins and the Club Remarkable amount of =_ / I
k k'i Everybody received good -
many
.
3 equipment Included in 1
guests. I
the highlight of the week-end, the
thoughts and Ideas and a bounti- "
,tlL Florida-Maryland football game in ful dinner was spread each day. price. Hydraulic brakes. __' _________________ .'

AIF1rn'tLDITInifl Florida Field Stadium at 2:30: that Among those attending the Flor IMVa. Tr\Vin M..f'nrml..knil\ \Tm._ 85hp., V-8: engine.: Sets a __ __ \ ?
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ida-Georgia in Jacksonville new Dign! lor lowpriceacars '- .. -.. '
afternoon. Concluding will be the game Raiford Reddish and children of T \\

"F" Club dance Saturday night Saturday were: Mr. and Mrs. M. Raiford were visiting Mrs. V. E. performance.-in appearance and --. __ .. .. .. ,_. ,.,.'.---.:.II, _
R. Holmes and daughter, Betty Jo,
Sapp Sunday afternoon.
I II ANOTHER WEDDING Mr. and Mrs. Joe Wallace and Mr. John Belle and Horace Owen Prices begIn at. .$684* D. LIE Pied Y.I t.r4t Ittm 576'*
It that the and Mrs.
seems matrimonialIdea Morgan Rlcharde.
Cash of North Carolina were the
has spread for we hear of a Mrs. J. A. Bouvier returned Fri guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. B. La-

brilliant wedding to take place in day after spending several days zonby this week.S. .

I Starke during November. The with her daughter, Mrs. McRae, of C. Crews of the State Farm AND THE NEW 8fir
parties concerned are well-known McIntosh. was the guest of his soninlawand MERCURY
the state. The full
throughout Miss Irene Markham visited daughter, Mr. and Mrs. E. A.
; r : wedding plans will appear in next friends in Orlo Vista this weekend.Mrs. Sapp, this weekend.A .

4 ,. -7 NK week's Telegraph and will be a B. C. Prince and daughter, large crowd attended the con- 1939
; .
to friends of the
great
surprise Sadie vention at the Chris-
EVERY COMFORT were shopping in Jacksonville Long Bridge
happy young people.-Adv. Tuesday. tian Church Saturday and Sunday.A .
M *j4! a ti.L[ hwxl el dowmtowa laduaaTlD ETMTMMt vrII.e.COLDS. Mist Bee Granger of Tampa is revival metting is being held

wltk tub nd dMWM. wrfl wtrt spending several weeks with Mr. at Long Bridge Church by the MtftCURY I An entirely
:
1 lJjJJ radio E r b.* with kuMnprlng WM.kw 666 I
thi > and nadln taap. Biuu l>i to* flr. day and Mrs. Bryan Drew. I Rev. W. T. McGuire of Hampton. _ _ _ new car. Fits Into the Ford
1 L4 wuf oa .T.rf floor.rOPULAB. Headachesand Miss Enza Weaver spent the Everybody is Invited to attend and _____________________________ line between the De Lure

: PRICED Fever week-end with her uncle, F. L. bring someone with you. There Ford and the Lincoln-Zephyr-
1 cocrtAn.LOUNGE out corm SHOT Liquid Tablrt In :3O ,uflUtPaSly Land, of Orlando. will be a special service Saturday Distinctive styling. 116.i"1*
I Orti r I. t. POUNO H lbHOTIL .., MOB* Urop due to l'olt''.. night. Song service begins at wide
l4 VATTIN _ _ whrelbase. Unusually
: f HOTIL OCIOTO I Liniment 7:30: o'clock and preaching at 8 bodies. Remarkably auM-

jE! Try "nub- IY.Tblln""onderr I' RISING o'clock. Everybody will receive a Hydraulic IIrak ,. New 95Th -

t, _ _ Ming) Edna Lewis CorrespondentMrs. mesaa2e__ wnrthwhilfl.__ I 8._ va. _._,...
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t4 n nn u = -'_ --. > :..K- j' -" "..
( Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Turner who "' .., II :
-"' "'' ,. ', .. ; ; $894*
-- .
.
g Prlc.i at.
FUNERAL DIRECTOR N. C. Mott and Marshall begin
son, -
have several months with
spent
Meruy V-I T.......... S934*
1 My Many Years Experience Makes It Possible for Me t. Render of Brooker, spent the week- their son and daughter-in-law, Mr.

i. ,, EFFICIENT PROMPT and COURTEOUS SERVICE end with Mrs. E. J. Lewis. and Mrs. R. J. Turner. left Sun-

MODERATE PRICES Miss Melva Crosby spent Sunday day for a visit in Live Oak with The new cars in the Ford Quality Group of its kind-where production proces.! are
with Miss Etna Conner, at Gum their son-in-law and daughter Mr.,
4 ;, PROMPT AND COURTEOUS AMBULANCE SERVICE Branch.Mr. and Mrs. Joe Dowllng. for 1939 give you a broad choice. Whichever controlled from iron ore to finished car--anJ

i DAY PHONE 1 NIGHT PHONE 132 and Mrs. Ellen Lewis and A "negro" minstrel and other you choose, whatever you pay, you'll get top savings passed along as extra value.

z i 4 duaghter Agnes and Mr. and Mrs. features. will be sponsored by the value for your money.That is true of the lowest Things are happening in the automotive'

DeWITT C. JONES Cal ClisBon of Boatdraln were dinner New River school Friday night, priced car or the highest. All have one imporworld this year! Nowhere is ihe advance more
4 Starke Florida guests of Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Nov. 11. Everyone is invited to at-
Lewis, Sunday. tend. A small admission will be tant thing in common-inherent quality. marked than in the Ford Quality Group. See

at the door. Their quality comes from fine materials dealers price.
charged
our before/ at
-- u -- :Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Conner and you buy any car any

I George Nelson were dinner guestsof precision workmanship, and from the fact that _ _ _ -
!l SPECIALYOUR Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Hutch- CARD OF THANKS back of these cars is the only automobile .
plant .*
!$it ison Sunday at Water Oak. I want to thank my many friends 0.'Hv.r.
r 4 Mrs. Sam Dlx of Gun Branch I and neighbors for the kindnesses
shown following the accident of FORD MOTOR COMPANY-MAKIRS O> Pose MIICURT. IINCOLN-ZIPHTR AND LINCOLN' MOTOR CAli
the
CAR LUBRICATED FOR 35c spent week-end with Miss
Ruby Underbill. my son, Chester. Especially do I

L YOU CAN thank Brothers McGuire Butler -
GAS AT A PRICE AFFORD I
i.. 4r f Excels Add CAUMS and Killingaworth and also residents -
TO PAYSmith's FREE I of Long Bridge for the won-
y' you Point of Stomach
derful prayers sent up and I wantto
: ) Uc.r.f| ind.Uoni| thank Dr. Mlddleton and SCrs. J. W. Andrews Jr.
loa ting,Cu.Heartburn.Bclchinc. 'Irma
'r Buford for their kindn M.
Nat!***,get a Ire.sample of UDGA
1t :' Garage May the Lord bless each and every -
1 andr.. Interesting booklet at one. i el ,

CARPENTER'S DRUG STORE! -Mrs. Volley McKInney. STARKE, FLORIDA.PAG& .





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11. 1938 BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPII, ST.\RKE. n..oRW'U _ _ _
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I in 'ilu. hlich.. ."t bidder f'ir < ,ash a.
/ Seaboard's Powerful New Diesel Electric Locomotive Will piovlded >>y "Chapter 18294 .of time ,
111'V! :' .t' tn of I In- /"III'I"latur.: l upon
; Be On Here Next Thursday Night At Station rh, r'llou'lnR, ,di'tu, t.Ibed. real fntatai \
Display
of
.- i, Hir I ""111\, .r Qutdford, State
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-. I ut'cljt c _ .Florida.W'j' ofSW. I in-wlt%. : of NE'E' .<,* of I j jl. 1 \
fl Hoc 1 Tp. 6 So R.
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I. "} i>N'WVi I II
: _ Ji I I ic ( '..,i1ainlng 40 Acre., ;"
.9 ; .: ',.. 4 5, ninri. or ls. .
Tit" tuxiiH: tu lie sold are evidenced I ;'
.s44" h> or tifiste N'ns 87 A 2SR of 131 I

.. ............ L.v b Ltd, ,I'til.l\ : : rcnpc-otlvHy. and represent "
ymrtiwjjjjjgyyiijEtaiauiiBAI'TIST: InI """" ..........u.'u.'w. ....,'u'u..u ".'" I unpaid tiixeH. for the years. 1930 to1U3H
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both Inclusive, amounting to I
.
I METHODIST VKESUVTEUIAN KPISCOPALR CHRISTIAN | lie*,41 'I',
Shepherd nev Frank Robinson Supplied by ,,'. Frf Yerkus, Jr. Supt! Church School ALSO' West 396 ft nf SMi. of ,. j 1
i _\ Lemmte; GarrettSunday I' Sec. 24 Tp. 6 U. R. ,
e\ Pastor rtcI r Rite and Rector "HWH of HKV4
l-imtor, 111Supt.. E. K. Ferryman Rev Dr Adams Sunday School Supt. Morning I 13 K., 8 Ac-res, more of lass. I :
.
|rh School I Oel1. Superintendent Miss. Ella J. SassaOrganist su Schovl b The taxes. to he. poll .are. evidenced ,1
3tui
No.
SrhoOI of Church School 1,}. M. Davis / by' certificates
Sundi'J' *. Church School Mrs. James Carlyle Worship Service I r' 1932 A 1933 respectively, and rep '
i 16 ** Church School Supt. : _
Services 11 O'clock '
10 A. M.
0nIng' !M.uiVIC Morning Worship. Roy Mathews Sunday School Sunday. Evening.. : : i'i i! "
::1, A. I :
7 SO P. 11[
Tralnlnll'rei. Service It A. M. Church School 10 A. M.blorning.11. Service, : j '
\\lIPU" 45 p. M. Evening Worship 10 A. M. Prayer MeetingWed- I : I !
7'SO P. M. A. if. nesday evening: 7:SOSUN. i.l,I, 1 o
Service. Service. : Morning I Worship "
I "
E'1"' Younir People's M. Fridays____7:30: P. M. j
P. lit.p. 11 A. f
..,.,,Ill,. Meellnw League. / Meetings Holy Duy...10 A. III.GOSI'EI. .. '.
':SOP.M. 0:30 P. if. .
edlweiaY., ALLIANCEPresident I'
"
pianist Prayer Meeting. o

i)[lr' Mona Canova Wednesday, 7:30: P.M. MISSION:; HALL TAB. : I .
Chllir( Director Mr.. F. II. Long, The Rev. FrankRobinson : $ '
John H. Powell Organist and Choir: Sponsors: Sponsored by 1028311111.'i:
,rhalrmsnrd Director Mr. and Mm. Mr. and Mrs. Vice PresidentThe ;

\ .T. F ot KlckllterI'hBlrman Deacons Mrs.Assistant E. K. Ferryman Otffanlst J. T. Quigley J. T. QuigleyEvangelistic Service Shel.herdS"cl'etaryTreB"ur..r Rev. Leslie Pictured above Is one of the three new streamlined Seaboard Railway dlesel-elcctrlc locomotives, '! ; .1.,

"t ru.teCU T. T. Long;, Assistant Bible Study, each each Pr'day! evening most powerful and longest In the world, which will be on exhibition at the station here from 6:50: P M. \
\10.r4 Choir Director Tuesday evening. 7:3C: 7:30: o'clock The Rev Fred Yerkas T J Griffin, passenger :
powell announcement by
: <
agent. These giants of the rails will go Into operation on December 15: on regular runs from New Yorkto ; I''

gratifying Response To "Loyalty" DriveIs Board of CountyCommissioners Florida when the Seaboard will make railroad history by creating for the first time nil-electric service ( ; ,'

Shown At Baptist Church Services from North to South. The new trains are 210 feet long, weigh 900.000 pounds and produce 6,000 :

horsepower. It ts expected that large crowds will Inspect the train during Its atop here. :i

; 1' ,
Board of Commissioners ;
The
crest of a great wave in this service which In addition County NOTirH' OP APPLICATION! 'a
Riding the by the State. I.e advertised, and sold
In Interest and attend- to its importance, promises an unusually met October 29, pursuant hOt! TDRAI NMrs. to the highest bidder for cash a. 1"01TAX IseEn: I-
Hill No. IO.T
,f growth. huge congregation attend- interesting series of discussions to adjournment tne following Z. Z. Griffin, Correspondent provided by Chapter. 1829(1( of the NOTICE 411..t.IS HEHKIIY GIVEN*. That i if I !:i ,.
ince a 1437 arts of the Legislature, upon
cervices at the First Baptist are the Misses France i members present: L. L. Conner BOB JONESComments I the following; described. real estateIn T>. K. Korsytn holder issued of the Tax Certificate -
'
j 7th.dayof
No. 1807.
lurch last Sunday morning. The Peek Doris Crews Doris Harrl Chairman, Mallory Thomas and T Mr. and Mrs. Joe Griffis and the County of llradford, State of August A. IX 11133 ban filed same I i

lathering was a convincing dem- son Clyde Nell Thomas Hugh In- D. Dyal.It On Here children, of Clay County spent Florida Lots. ,19 towlt 20/ lA: 19, 30. In Wood. In my office and has made applica issued ,; '.,'

Ltration of the greatly increased graham, Al Kay Carlisle. Mrs. T 1 was reported to the Board And Hereafter Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Z. Z. lawn 8ec. lOTI>. 1tI.. n. 23 K no"I: I tax certificate, deed to be embrace 1';
60 more or
,
burch loyalty which Christian K. McClane Jr., sponsor of the that Mrs. L. U. Morgan was carIng Grtffla. containing I"..". acres the following described property oC In (>L' :

,eople in Starke are manifesting Senior Union, wilt assist In preparIng for two children sons of Jessie Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Galney. of The taxes. to lie sold are evidencedby the Florida County to-wit of: Bradford, State "I. I i

During the remainder of Novemr. and presenting the program. Carlton, formerly Jessie Anderson "Reading after a certain age diverts Lee Lake were visiting in this sec & 1A.1.1 certificate respectively. Nos. 123 and& 671 represent of 1837 North half of Northeast g Quarter't South, \\'t' t .,I'',. ",
19 Township "
Section
,- services in the Baptist Church that the mother was unable'< the mind too much from Its tion Saturday and Sunday. unpnld taxes for the :year 1926 to Ranee. 22 Mast containing SO ..

.ill be arranged on the following Teachers and officers of the to support the said children or to creative pursuits. Any man wh< Mrs. Emma Boree. of Jackson 115063.Suld 19'1R: both. Inclusive, amounting; to Acres more or I.mi.. .4 '

nf the said ,
bedule Sunday School will meet at th control thm and that they are liable ville, was visiting Mr. and Mrs. tax certificate together with The under assessment the said certificate prop-IsHtied : '.'
and his owl erty
Sunday. Nov. 13, 11 A. M.iitors' .- Pastorlum next Tuesday night, at to become a public charge reads too much uses Arch Prevatt and Mrs. Z. Z. Grlf- All taxes subsequent will l he ,,,omitted,Id to the or highestLildei' Levied was In the name of C. U. i ;j "!
seven o'clock, for an evening of that if Mrs brain too little falls into( lazy Drake. I
Day. upon the County, and fin Sunday. at the Courthouse door I In Unless .said certificate. shall ha ,; .
Subject for meditation, "When fun and Inspiration. A. J. Thorn Morgan continued to care for then habits of thinking." That was sate Arch Prevatt was In Jackson Starke on the IHIh day of November, redeemed .according to law, the 2' '1 t
19S8.: at II ::00 o'clock\ A. M. ..
here Is No Peace." as, Superintendent of the Bible the County would be requested to: by Einstein. The writer believes it ville Wednesday on business imtc.l thin. the SOils day of Octo old property to the duMorlhed highest therein bidder will at the b t '.

M. B. T. U. School has expressed himself u assist In their maintenance. Commissioner her 19:19.Hlo'IOIl'IAT: '
6:30 P borrowing brain whenever possible Griffin and Joe Griffin court house door on tha first Mon "
Albert SKAT.)
W. M. S. Rally most enthusiastic over the improved ( day In the month of December 1935,
7:30 P M.- ;: L L. Conner was requested '
: I would not go to Einstein: foi attended the stock market In A. J. THOMAS whlrh Is tha. Bill day of December,
and attendance rec
,lorship service and program bye efficiency to Investigate the matter Clcik of Circuit Court of 1935.'i' '
Senior B. Y. P. U. ords of pupils and teachers. Withthe and report at the next regular Christian or theological informa Gainesville, Monday. Mrndford t'liunty, Florida. Dated this 19th day of October. .'
I ll-l-nt-11-18.I
Nov. 20, 11' A. M.- assistance of several of the meeting of the Board. tion. I would not ask a mon \vhc. Mrs. Bertha Dees and children 193R.
Sunday. OFFICIAL SEAL! ) t ;
wire visiting friends in this eeci ( i
'ally Devotions Emphasis. school's workers, he plans for Several citizens from different had never boen out of New York : OIII>IK: OK 11 in,KIN : \'I'IO% A. J. THOMAS, .
M.B.. T. U. Tuesday night a memorable occas (, Monday night.; < IIK'iir <'01 irr, I'li.: lISlE .!t'I "lerk< of Circuit Court of "'
6:30: P and refreshments sections of the County met the City, and who says "oppossum, )V .. and Mrs. Kllle Sullivan werelIIlltng 1114 I \ ('IIMIir. lllt\l>- Bradford County Florida. '.f
7'30 P Candlelight Ser- ion. Besides games Board and made complaint! how to citc'i one of them. I would I her father and mother rniiit t'OI %TNrvrii, : of 10-81-61-11-18. ;
of the schoolwork \ _ _ '
the Church ChoIr discussions .'I."llllt1'1 t'ii'iI.iv..ll.sli. : .
Ice featuring against the Welfare Board's Representatives ask a man in the country wit:, I 1' l,
:Mi id Mrs. K. L. Grlffls Sunday. .
a : : KMI.HON j ,
heard. Of interest OFFI.UltllA
be special STATE
will N\MI] fK Tin
from the Cross. IN THM
M The Light charged with the du owns a cur dog and who say : Complainant I j h .

Sunday. Nov. 27, 11 A. M.- Is the announcement tha ties of certifying relief clients foi "possum When Einstein says VS. TO: 01..1 V 1'1V. nonPARD, whose : .
Thanksgiving Thoughts." plans will be discussed for the Work Relief. It was stated that Ir sometiiing about thinking I listen GRAHAMMr : ANDRKW Defendant.J. WILSON' rt). l<1i-nce \I. No. :3 Elm "Street Boston '
:
Glorious music by the Choir. Fall Study Course for Teacher several Instances applicants foi because I know that he knows L. O. Smith, Cor It appearing l by affidavit\ : iipprndvil appnarliiK, Massachusetts.It l I.y sworn. affidavitattached rl"

6:30: P M.-B. T. U. and Officers. work had been unable to secure at something about that subject. HIs : to the bill filed In tha Hbnvestated to the 11111 of Complaints: .
Andrew J. Wilson
I :Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Youngbloodof cause hut filed In that certain cause now '
7'30 P M.-Young People's Rally interview or to file application probably the greatest "natural'not of the defnnditnt thelrln named Is a I pending In the Circuit Court El (hthJudlclnl i'' ,
While the attendance at Junior: Waldo and Z. T. Youngblood non-resident of the $tRi.. of FI"rl
i Thanksgiving Pageant.The for certification, or for employ ( spiritual) thinker of the day < Circuit, of Florida, Brad"i 4
rehearsals has doubled new South Florida were visiting Mr. and a resident of Slate ford County: In Chancery Wherein
Choir for six to weeks and In observations as I have: ,, la'l. :
ment eight my Sun- over the air or twenty-one : Carey F. Oodilard Is PlaintIff and 0
and Mrs. J. A. J. McKinney,
received
Women's Missionary Society singers are still being that conditions were steadily gone into many parts of the work It ID therefore ordered that \ Olive W. Uoildard, Is Defendant and I.
Sun- Boys and girls from seven to seventeen non-resident defendant. he and the relief prayed. for In a divorce; f.) .J
first
will observe its monthly noted that few day.Rev.
unemployment I have '
peo
worse as very
with the growing L. G. Hemmlngway of hereby required' to appear ti> the and It appearing that tha Defend. 1', .l'' ;
by' night Rally at 7:30 o'clock who wish to sing Increased and with no visible ef ple ever think. This is the day ol bill of complaint filed In saul relics ant' residence In No. S Kim: Street, i '
Lext Sunday night. After the wor- choir should see the pastor, or the fort made to Increase the crowded schools, colleges and uni Starke filled his regular appointment un or before III 0",110 y. the Mil day AlassachtiKetts. : that she In ""f
and being at the Baptist Church Sun- of December, A. 1>. iSIS otherwisethe Boatonh ft tweny-on year .i t ,.
Wall
jnblp and singing. a program will directors Mrs. A. E. County's quota for relief employ. versities. It Is a day of books, mag allegations of said bill will lie and that there ag. Is no person or persons ,Ii

e> presented by the Senior B. Y, Mrs. L. A. Canova. Practice periods ment. I azines, and newspapers. Dally Information day morning and evening.The taken as confessed by .said defend. In the State. of Florida. the service 'PF.i
for the Junior Choir are held delegation from Graham ant.It of process upon whom would I' "
with and Its Place of all kinds is tc
U given
"Money The Clerk was Instructed to con that attended the Townsend meeting 'Is further ordered that this order personally hind said defendant. '. .
jia Christian Life" the general at 2:30: o'clock on Saturday after those charged with the receiving millions of people over the radios be published once a week for IT 113: THEREFORE!], ORDERED :. ," :
tact
court house Monday four consecutive week In the itrad-
at the
that said Defendant 1 I. hereby required )' 1'
taking part! noons. of much knowledge bi;
theme Young people of applications for Work It Is a time ford C'ounty Telegraph.' a newspaper ,
night came home very impressedwith to appear In said cause on vj
IJ Relief and request that every effort I! and much Information. The aver published In said C'ounty and State. or before the 6th day of December.A. ,-. ":
the talks different speak I
by This Oct. 31 St. 1938. ,
I \
.
MISSION IIALL ANDTABERNACLE man has a better Idea of what D. 1938, otherwise the allegation*
Interview
age
Good Attendance be made to at least (OFFICIAL SEAL) of said Bill of Complaint will betaken I
every applicant for work relief Is going on In the world than he ers.Mr.. and Mrs. David Durbin and A. J. THOMAS. a* confessed and a Decree Pro ..(' '
The life of Joseph provided the has had at other time In the Clerk ciriMilt Court. Confesao entered. asalnst her. !
Marks BeginningOf and also to Inform this Board II any .
children of Jacksonville spent the Hv J. it. KKL.LY, IT lit FURTHER ORDERED: that i
MonthA subject for Tuesday night's Bibl Bradford County's quota Is toe history of the race. week-end with her mother, Mrs. C. npu t y Clerk. this order he published once each.. ,.': j
Loyalty at the Mission Hall. Joseph T 't. .TRNNINHS, JR., week for four consecutive weeks In ;
study resident ?
small to care for the un But men are not thinking. Why Holli-ltor tor Complainant j
Fogg. the llradford County Telegraph a I
in was stripped of his coat by his' employed, so that steps may betaken In the first place they have so little J. A. J. McKlnney, C. J. Frazier -I 11-4-61-13-1 newspaper published In and of ffenvral :.I' ,-

most encouraging increase jealous brethren even as Chrlsl to have same increased. time to think. It Is the day ol T. and L. C.I I circulation In Bradford County !I r ,,I
attendance has been noted at the of His robe by those< F. Abernathy :M>T1<'IJ OK stripped thelitime
was
i the doer. People are spending Smith were visiting in Starke ('lcJII'JFH'A'l'ls: This 6th day of October A. D. i rl'
First Methodist Church since the I who hated Him. In many pointsJoseph'S running hither and yon. They NTICM\ IH IIIOHI-IV;| CIIVRN Hint 193M ,Iud, '.,
beginning of LOYALTY MONTH. life presented a parallel tithe their Monday. V It. Reddish has filed with me ((OFFICIAL SEAL) ;0 '
I themselves to
HAMPTONIIUs I are driving Mrs. Ida Jones was visiting in written request| that the tux r..rtirifnlfH A. J. T1IOUAR.' r.iI". ( ..
Special emphasis Is being placed life of Christ. Joseph's breth graves, by way of heart trouble, Starke Saturday. toK'ther with all subseiiuunt Clerk of the Circuit Court ",
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upon attendance at all services ren paid little heed to their younger Ada Nimmo. Correspondent I In an effort to keep up with a omitted. or l<*vl.<> Mrs. R. S. Wasdln who Is In St. I
by this Stale be advertised and sold
during November and extra"servlcel brother's dreams. But when, after rapid moving world. If they would Vincent hospital In Jacksonville, is ""I;

have been planned for many a period of famine, they wen Enjoyable Meeting stop to think they would know II' ,.
Improving and will soon be able :
,lays during the month. A successful finally saved by the one they The Quarterly Social of The that should they catch up with the to return home. 9. ; '

Training Class conducted by thought they had disposed of, they Union Bible Class was held in the world and get on top of It, it wouldbe r .'

:Mrs Stewart Austin who spent realized the fact that God had Methodist Church on Thursday,, moving: so fast toward ruin that r"E1lI&4IVI
five In China a Missionary brother. The Jew! in I IV<>'rift) Of H4I.H OF TAX)
years as been with their Oct. 27. The decorations were they would not even dare to think t'KII'rIFICA 1'18'

was closed Wednesday night did the same thing with Christ. harmony with the Hallowe'en spirit of: their peril. Maybe that Is the NOT1CR IM IIKIU3HY; IIIVRN: that If i'\

following the Prayer Meeting ser The time will come when they will yellow and black being the color rub. Men do not think because Dopsle. Griffin has. filed with. mewritten I ,
Provide for
request that the tax certificates '
security .
vice Mrs E. K. Perryman, chair. face the one whom they thought tc motif. At the entrance a small they are afraid to do It. ,, toifcllipr\ with all subsequent ll yourself ; '

man of the Board of Christian Ed. I destroy. table displayed a Jack O' Lantern It occurs to the writer that all omitted or levied taxes held and family. See our _ I !

icutlon' who sponsored this class, There Is increasing interest with a lighted taper, nuts and apples his wild modern excitement Is an I local agent or writeBY :t! .

together with Mrs. Austin con being manifested In Scriptur were clustered about it. effort of men to drown their fears A Three Days' Cough ';
,Iucted the worship service at the work. Around 130 verses: I I 9
memory After a half hour of study and in a sea of forgetfulness. I really 't

Prayer Meeting time Moving pic- were quoted Tuesday. martyrdom the Leader, Mrs. J. T. haven't the heart to advise men I Your DangerSignal I \

urea that were of great Interest Tabernacle ter of Acts, concerning Stephen's who are not Christians and who No matter how many medicinesyou I I.I I.

were shown depicting the work oil I Last Friday night the subject, martyrdom the Leader Mrs. JJ. T. have firmly resolved to never become have tried for your common i !

he Church In China. Much inter- "The Return of the Lord" provec each cough chest cold, or rol\chlallrrt.
offered a prayer. Christians to sit down
Guy
j
".1 was exhibited at this service be Interesting to those attend- I tation you may Ret relief now with
to The entertainment committee day and think quietly for an hour I Creomulslon. Serious trouble may
act throughout the entire school ing. The speaker pointed oul of Mrs. D. B. Williams, To do this. If a man Is determinedto be brewing and you cannot afford!
,t he excellent and by should be composed take chance with .
teaching that the Methodists par to a. any remedy
J. live und dip without accepting
Mrs. :
T M. ChuHtain and
this doctrine Mrs. less potent than CreomulMon, which
In
noving pictures. interested
ticularly A. Gnonn then took charge, and Chrlut as a personal Savior would goes right; to the seat of the trouble ) J
1'111' Sacrament of the Lord's because the founder, John several amusing. games were en- drive him to despair. To you who and aids nature to soothe and heal L E ,

S'.poei'. was administered Sunday Wesley, was & firm believer in it A "Broken Sentence" game ire Christians, let me suggest thai the inflamed mucous membranesand &
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I Joyed. _
morning' to a large congregation, Monday nights meeting was: alone with God for quiet to loosen and expel germ s .
containing the titles of popularfolk you get laden phlegm. 'icit .: .. .
W mi. the evening service was even I well attended in spite of the many songs; was first. Then came I fellowship dally Think lilt I Even If other remedies have failed.don't ,,_5,__

better! attended.I Members of the activities of the evening. Mr. Kau- Hallowe'en story read by thoughts after Him. Think over be discouraged try Creomulslon. 4'C
from China, a spooky Your druggist Is authorized to j '
American special the missionary _
Legion Post were to to
Mrs. M. W. Morrow with each I III promlHPS given, you ai refund your money if you are not
feat at this service and were gave a beautifully simple gospel person present taking a designated Christians. Think of the conditions thoroughly satisfied with the benefits I _
vlsi-
oatie to feel welcome by an Introductory message. There were many I In the gruesome cast of of the world as it moves rapidly obtained. Creomul lon Is one

talk by the pastor.The I I I tors from out of town. Raiford. I characters.part An Individual "fortune Into its night of uncertainty and word, ask for It plainly, see that the .
name on the bottle Is Creomulslon, I
communities
and other adjacent C
for next Lawtey Ink gloom. Think of God's prophecy ,
Worship services We of the future, in magic and youll get the genuine productand '
Sunday will be conducted by the I were represented. was then presented the ladles. which is history prewritten. the relief you want. (Adv. ,

Putor in the morning the sub- I also had a visitor._from Georgia.- At the conclusion of the social Of course you will wish to take '

lee' will be "Loyalty.'' Assisting in I Miami Is America's leading air- period, refreshing hot coffee and Lime for quiet and private prayer I ._

this service will be the choir and travel port of entry Flights tc cocoa accompanied by delicious and Bible reading. That must not t, 1'I

Irl F H. Long at the organ. The 32 countries and colonies of the assorted sandwiches was served. 5e neglected. But I am not talkIng I ; :; ,i i'j

evening service will feature another Americas began or ended there for Twenty-five ladles attended this: about Bible reading and prayer I

guest group. The Rotary Club. 12,197 passengers during 1936. enjoyable affair, which WM only: now. I am talking about a daily I .J'

From 7:13 to 7:30: will be observed one of the many pleasant get-to- Lime of just quiet thinking. Just I .j jI
.' a meditation period at which t time all young people of the church gether meetings students of the relax: Just let go. Just sit and I ,; f,'

little the organ will be played by and other unaffiliateff young people Union Bible Class will bold during think. Very few of us have ever .11 I I I

Irs Perryman as an aid to this are urged to attend either theienior.Youflg the Holiday season digested what we have heard and ...a

individual worship. Reserved seats' People's group or I read. That In one thing the matter I' :.:

""III' be held for the Rotary Club the Intermediate Group. with American youth. They 't

*no have been Invited to attend During the enure month of November The Santa Fe Assoclatlonal Convention ire stuffed with a lot of informa- I
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In> of this Church of the Baptist Sunday ')
a body. Congregational singing -, all members ion: and half-baked facts which /

together with Choir selections are urged to attend as many services School convened with the Baptist hey: have never asslmulated. ,

and organ numbers will be feat- as they possibly can showIng Church of Hampton last Sunday Christians may stuff themselves r "

Urea of the service. The pastor thus their loyalty to the church afternoon at three o'clock The with religious Information until If..

\111' bring a message that will be and to God through their attend. attendance was unusually good hey have "religious gout." God ,

instructed with the Ideals and ace, their prayers and their contributions and the meeting was greatly en- help us to think. Remember the f ,j jI

Principals of the Rotary Club in of service. Others whore joyed. Bible says, "As a man thlnketh in ; I I

!mind : not In regular attendance at Us heart so is he" Well that in : I II

Prayer meeting next week will tome other Church of our Community Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Harper are what I am talking about. We need I

"e conducted E. K. Per- are cordially Invited to low: occupying thel mew bungalow ', to take time to think In our hearts.
by Judge :
Park... nd
LOYALTY pause..where you see the
in this THE WAY .
with us Main St. '
2)an Those hearing Judge Per- loin MONTH campaign and to make on Does! Bladder Irritation red alan that says "Drink Coca-Cola." ,F I

ryman> Itt a recent Prayer Meeting home. Our \, tKK tor I .', It's not normal PAUSE It flashes a welcome Invitation to enjoy / "
'"Vice will remember the vital this their Church Roll Its natiiri. .*'* warning "t'ang.r .. sociable for p
be a home to Honor a pause pure refreshment. ___ ______
desires to 2fir/ back If this 4-day
lh ail. Your
Church "
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sage that he brought and will In our midst a helpful Honor Roll for Primary Department est dos not help nature flush ..xss AND REFRESH Thirst' asks nothing more. .

poking forward to hearing him the stranger In need a retreat of Hampton Public School: ..* arid end <>th..r waste** from ths COCA-COLA BOTTLING CO.SR.ltS7 ,,'
again his friend to those ;ldn,ys. Kxrss acids can cause the
and under Durham .
worshiping for those weary of labor and rint Grade-Blanche : I I "rrltatlon resulting. In getting; upights. 5? .
I1Ildance. Dickinson, flow, I .5i
follower Second Grade-Truman frequent| or scanty
to every .
Young services will be a glorified inspiration Alma Rhoden. lurnlnc.. iinckh or ton pains. Just .L _
People's of our Lord Jesus Christ. rarlle Mae Hall, 'I"a y fiuktK 'IScJ! to any druggist "-- ....- ... 'v.4
Conducted? at the usual time 8:30( with us. Teacher- Miss Ophelia Bryon. .ocatly at Carpenter's: L>ru* stura,
Worship
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ig'ii Bradford County Telegraph i i movement striving to achieve for i "IN THE
ECONOMIC 11 I the South the wealth that Is supposed HUSTINGS

AGES Established 1877 / to come from Industry. with

.. With respect to the manufactureof
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Published Weekly on Fridays' and Entered as Second Class CONDITIONSOF V cotton textiles, the South has JOE GRAIN
subordinate positionIn
come from a __ _
Matter at the Post Office at Starke, FloridaAAEAYBER. 1860 to a dominating: position S 'I-----! -- _.__.- __.__

THE SOUTH today. It is natural that the The perennial battle of the big I which: stand i to, tu, ;;
= r- South's most outstanding accom- 1\\ l
counties against the little counties, county unit election, ,
? PRESS ASSOOATIOrrA plishment in industry should be which usually comes to a show its adoption IJtoPDSal I'

if pLoRmA r.; A REPRINT OP THE REPORT PREPAREDFOR fl the processing of it sgreutest agri- down at every legislative session, 'lead to a party without ,JoUbt \
: \) PRESIDENT BY THE cultural crop. The cotton manufacturing split Ihd <
THE
.. etwa4C; Rj04 : started in the latter may swerve from its chief topic vlded camp, when- tn, old
NATIONAL EMERGENCY COUNCILEHtor' industry gas tax distribution to the organized Republican small (
--. -- part of the nineteenth century newer one of the County Unit dent forces can ''It Ind

E. L. Matthews\ ________________________Editor and Owner Roosevelt( South with small subscribers of stock system. From South Florida comes come the balanc.march, m find
Note In July President culled our ''II ,
Early
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SUBSCRIPTION RATE Council for aN clear a.nd concise statement of the needs and problems oc southerners; but when these mills will be launched at the next session Perhaps the
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"In rnos. ,
thIs area. Juet recently the NEC submitted Its report presenting to successfully with Imponll1lt
manifold and advantar pOKsessed by the began compete:: to Inaugurate a county unit the recent tax
only a small decree the assets
Yearly $1.50 Six Months 75c-Payable in Advance revision
1JoME4.5; 1W ; South, belnir ron -rnert primarily not with what the South has but with the New England mills northern election system in Florida, patterned from Tampa last news
what the South needs." Lest sum of our readers take offence. at cerium week,
NEED; Advertising Rates on Application capital was introduced, and later after ,
statements mad In the > epnrt, we hasten. to add that this survey was I after the plan aow operatIng Florida B tail Grocers t
FOB not the work of "smart-alecky Yankees" but was aided by the counsel a great many northern mills were | la Georgia and Maryland. It tlon devoted AMOCJ
S advisory iommltte of southern cltlsens known for their Interest South. I a largl' part
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.i j: shifted to the of f
AN EVENTFUL TIIREE-IN-ONE DAY In tli? 1'trlon and their familiarity with Its problems. It presents a sincere has been predicted by one South convention to a discussion '
Agree; effort to obtain a pktule l of the South In relation to the remainderof Earnings on the investment In Florida paper that enough legis- matters Most of t
:q tl& bon Today is an eventful day in Bradford County. S the country and will be reprinted !In the Telegraph In Installments.KKCTIO.V the southern mills, as indicated by I lative votes have already been opment was the gn.ricunt, *,!

attcgtfbew :! S Not only is it Armistice Day, as it is everywhere else in I 13 --been changed. ably figures higher for 1933-34 than those, are consider-in the pledged to the scheme to insureits eral! sentiment that ipparentlv.T Itr'l g'
sales
b'' home this great land of ours, but it also marks two other important Most of the rich deposits of North, but the wages paid as reported adoption next year. tax was preferable. 10 t
I The crux of the argument In favor present H of ont
NATURAL bauxite from which aluminum is percent
I ftcfaaracS !i events. It is the date set for B. II. S.'s annual Homecoming, USE OF made owned controlled out- from 1919 to 1933 are con- of such a system Is that it I ceipts tax. gI'oaa
are or
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< too less.
I far lderedf : S and has the further distinction of being the opening day in RESOURCESThe side the region. Practically all Important siderably During the year 1933 the per- will give the smaller counties a This expression o t ,ipimon

the annual Red Cross Roll Call drive. deposits of zinc ore In the larger voice In our government I voiced by Rep Seth Ortto III
of the to the value
Impoij great natural resources of centage wages '
borough
and in the election of state offi- I
,' ,;fcy to puFjt S of these three would be the South have been exploited with South are owned elsewhere and added by manufacture was 60.8 i county leirialatcn/ ''I
Any one legitimate excuse for a the zinc-mining cials. The obvious flaw In suchan always been opposed l u, .. I
principal : company
rations? : States in New "
l ,- along in, S holiday, but when they all fall on the same date it becomesan the cream traditional and disregard American for regardfor skim I In the Southwest Is a subsidiaryof percent, as in against five :53.5: percent in England five- that argument small county, however candidates, is the have fact .:. I tax believe," Dekle it told would the be delegates s il

I| ectynn4 event of real concern to everyone. med milk. Perhaps no worse than and a controlled company outside completely of the owned area Southern States. usually had greater success In able to the gross receipts more taxwhj'!

'l Home S Armistice Day, it is sad to relate, in view of recent I In the rest of the country but with' of Its operation. The South's resources The development In recent yearsof state wide races than have the Is an Income tax on your buiinn'
I' Florida serious effect on the South, for- the manufacture of cottonseed "
William
_ events, does not mean as much today as it did ten or fifteen of zinc ore and the South'sconsumption "city slickers. Not too long ago Munroe secretary (of ,
several ? j have been chopped, has valuable to
: ests girdled 'of zinc paints and products proved we saw Dave Sholtz, of Daytona association, said members ,
method! ; 1 S years ago. Following the great World War we celebrated and burned without regard for I metalware are separated by a long the South. In 1929 the value of Beach, whip a field that contained "practically unanimous In de

of the November 11 as a symbol. Just as the rainbow is a promise their permanent value as timberor I northern detour, because absentee these products reached $265,247-: when the gun went off, five Ing a final transaction tax i
establish as conservers of the soil and OOC about half of which was for
candidates from Jacksonville. And every sale substituted
we looked upon Armistice Day as the promise that there I ownership and discriminatory for the p'
;5bt1S2 t rainfall. cottonseed oil. The further development ent
freight rates make it cheaper to two years ago Fred Cone of Lake special taxei- and ,l
recipes,! i would be no more war in a world that was believed to have I Ruthless measures have been : ship raw materla' north for processing of cottonseed oil for oleo- City whipped Miami, Palm Beach, licenses. And :Marcus Wllllamil(

convent 'a 1S S. learned its lesson. Today we can only observe November used to obtain the best ore oil or than to uanufacture them I margarine and kindred products I and Tampa, entrants in his race. Tampa, head of the SouttaJ
bouaewt pcorrespc with the least effort. Care- has been hampered by taxes, licenses Florida
gas Growers
'at home. I I Lex: Green, second district con- Association
S 11 tribute to the millions of brave who died
'fter as a young men
less rortm-and-plllar mining has resulted and other restrictive legis- gressman, whose home Is in ported that while ni 'jwn pi
budlr <,' in vain for recent events in Europe have made it plain that In the abandonment of un- Over 99 perceut of the sulphur lation not only by States outsidethe I Starke, had little trouble defeating was "not adVacating ,i gales tJ

As a HedonlShif I the outbreak of another great war is only.. a matter of time- told tons of southern_ ____ coal__ h.in deserted ftftftG produced#.._.._.in.. 'l'ftVft.the United aft"..., T..11..n.States,, _.._.. region but also by the Federal three Jacksonville candidates in members believed II te(, te an'l
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mines. in 1933: the Nation Government.The able to the
1936 Incumbent con- I
including an gross
1fl receipts ten
perhaps one year, perhaps ten-but eventually inevitable un- Two extractor: companies control
lost 479,828,000-
,tIona through wastage manufacture of cigaretteshas gressman; and Congressman Millard This indication of ,>plmot mel
AWd sysH less a miracle takes place in the seething mass of intrigueS 000 cubic feet of natural gas, not practically the entire output. Both become important In North Caldwell of sparsely settled that a general sales tax may]

1 I buslnes/ -; that is Europe today. including wastage at the well- are owned and controlled outside Carolina and Virginia. The iron Santa Rosa county went through closer to a reality m !Florida I I'j
the South. One has 15 directors
_f ells wltf '; heads. The Panhandle section of and coal industries are Importantin hs!:: Leon, Escambla, and Jackson anyone_ has drpanucl Hi, gut l
With this sober thought we can on to a brighter and the other 9, but only 1 member -
I pass Texas alone accounted for 67
and thai| S ) per-I Alabama. The use of the south- county opponents with similar store operators could be s poul
teg morf ] picture of the annual B. II. S. Homecoming event. Forgetthe I cent of this extravagant loss. Other of each board resides in the ern forests for many purposes has teal enemy of 1Ui'h t, '11' II(

[ of thelr| last war, and the next one too! Leave all your cares behind I sections of the South, similarly South. constantly giown. In January ease.This writer does not believe the they could eaml\ .nr.t. aih |
- resourc i guilty failed to take advantageof For mining Its mineral wealth 1938 the South had 38 pulp mills county unit !system! would benefit publicity through I ih. i ii ustom.j
nent art for an afternoon and attend the football game between Inventions which would have ; and shipping It away In a raw or and
just as 10J.:1dl ''i.,
S built or being built with a total Florida" since It would permita : : ::10
ton wi ;i Chiefland and our own Tornadoes to be fought out at the :I saved and used much of their gas. scimlfinlshed form ,the South fre- investment estimated at some candidate running second or a powerful udvniati, ., ilUch
aeen dec? Because of the poverty In 'which auently-reeetYes! notblng but the have third in the measure::
municipal ball park at two o'clock. When the big paradeS $200,000,000. Many new uses even popular votingto
S low of unskilled and semi.
$ Tbe ) $ I the South was left after the War wages been found for this pulp, such as I become the party nominee. Dis- A few years ago Florid:
through town get in behind it and follow the crowdto skilled labor: The for
reent1 passes Between the States and becauseof wages man- the manufacture of building sension and inter-party strife would see red whcnevei. galeitj t

woman ft the gridiron. If you are an alumnus of B. H. S. then wait, the high cost of credit since ufacturing this natural wealth in- I boards, rayon staple fiber, wrapping would It !seems! be almost certainto was mentioned Even in 1 I1!

thg tnte ill'M ; ; S around for the reception that will be given in your honor at that time a very large share of paper and quite recently follow, with disgruntled candidates when the legislature ,'olLlld
the natural of the South
5t1oflwbteh resources I newsprint paper. As the United deserting the Democratic such a plan, taxpayer inspir
) the Woman's Club tonight at eight o'clock. This is YOURS i i la owned In other regions. To the
:Jf States Is the largest consumer of ranks to run as Independents in perhaps by larger chain store j jganlzatlons

beijg o day and you can show your appreciation and love of your old I extent that this Is true, the Southis wood pulp In the world the devel- general elections. For, althoughthe ) decended upon
S S exposed to a double danger. On of this In the direct the lawmakers in an uvnlanch
opment industry legislature can
school out and in the
by turning taking part homecoming
II the one hand It Is possible for aMEN South is significant. method of holding Democratic primary blocked such a move

S events. :Meager facilities exist In the elections, it cannot changethe A sales tax, of course can I

Jz S i The third factor contributing to the significance of today OF VISION ARE GREAT South for research that might leadto U. S. and state constitutionswhich levied by the state (eglalal''
'5 'S S NEED OF SOUTH TODAY the development of new Indus- provide that a popular vote without giving the voters m
requires little explanation. is familiar with
'S Everyone I
5 tries especially adapted to the a majority vote must voice In the matter It U af!(
the wonderful work carried on in this country and abroad South's resources. Some new In- elect general election candidates. probable, however that the vot|

by the American Red Cross. The value of this organization dustries have been developing In There is a lurking suspicion, too, will get an opportunity to cop j

the South, but others have disap- that the highly publicized battle themselves. Best predlctioni
came close to home early this year when a relief fund of $300 peared. between the big and little coun- that a sales tax referendum |

S was sent from Washington headquarters for the rehabilitation In addition to absentee owner- ties of this state may all be Inspired to the people along with a pro

# of families who lost their homes in the Hampton fire. ship and the high cost of credit, by a few politicians with al to repeal the advalorem tax f

: iq5 This sum was greater than the entire amount that the American almost the major all Industry problem In which the SouthIs faces big advancement ambitions as who an seek outcome personal of: tern deed;, and can a be mighty foreseen battle when t

Red Cross has received from this in the five campaign, rolls around
S county past that of freight rate differentials.The the war. It is doubtful If thereis

___ th or six years. This ready assistance to some of our ownS present interterrltorlal freight any real animosity between the
big and little fellows, and it Is
1ii4HJ neighbors in their great time of need should make it hard for I rates other which areas apply of many on movementsInto southern very probable that the squabble

any Bradford Countian to turn down membership in such a : manufactured and semifinished would die out completely If it

1t.f' I worthwhile organization. You will not be BEGGED to join goods and some agricultural prod- were not continually fanned to new

ti r the Red Cross, for begging is against its policy. Chances are, ucts development and raw materials of industry, handicapthe In the heat.reported Recently that the it gas was tax reliably distribution -

5, 5 ; S however, that you will be asked, pleasantly and considerately, South. This disadvantage works a I I plan which has caused

S to join. You should consider it is a privilege to do so. hardship particularly with regard I I much: of the trouble, and which
the big counties claim was foistedon
,! We repeat that today is eventful. And may each of the I to northeastern shipments territory.Into the important This region them by the smaller units, was

contributing factors be crowned with success. I Io I containing 51 percent of the drafted by a Hlllsborough county

________ ________ Nation's population, Is the great- state senator, although not Introduced -
1 : est consuming area. The south- by him.

I :; ::4 DID YOU SLEEP THROUGH TUESDAY'S ELECTION? i eastern manufacturer sending If Florida's Democrats want to
S
,
goods across the boundary into this preserve their party's Identity and
Crying spilt milk has long been recognized
over as one
S I region Is at a relative disadvantage keep Its ranks unbroken, they As UttU As *
:j of man's most futile occupations, but in spite of this fact it I I of approximately! 39 percentin won't have much trouble deciding '
monopolistic corporation In an- to finished products often do not I
} is hard to to regard turn-out the which he has to
suppress a moan, or Tuesday's other region of the country to purchase go to southerners, but to workersIn charges

_ __ ? at the polls as anything but miserably disappointing.To and leave unused resourcesin other areas; and the profits pny as compared with the rates trate: and ship the South's zinc oreo
:_ the South which otherwise likewise usually go to financial for similar shipments entirely : the North. where it Is made into
that elector in
think only one every four who were
) within the rate
eastern
territory. metallic used to coat north- -
might be developed In competition Institutions In other legions. Whena zinc
_____ qualified thought enough of this privilege to trouble himselfto I with the monopoly. On the southerner buys the finished The southwestern manufacturer ern steel, and shipped back to the '

enter the polls other hand, the large absentee I product, on the other hand, the with a 75 percent relative disad- South for Its "tin" roofs and other I I I

ownership of the South's natural price he pays Includes nil the vantage, Is even worse off. Sucha galvanized ironware, than it iso .
True there was opposition to only one candidate on the
to the I
r5 disadvantage applies
resources and the South's Industry wasteful cross-hauling involved In : convert this zinc ore in the
Sr ; ticket. There were no big issues or no mud slinging to catch makes it possible for residents the present system southern shipper even when, distance South: without the economic loss of

5' the popular fancy-but there were four important amendments elsewhere to influence greatly the In North Carolina and Tennessee considered, he Is entirely cross hauling. Make this winter a safe economic in
justified on grounds
k to the state constitution to be voted upon and anyone manner in which the South Is developed Is produced 36 percent of the competing with producers within the An South's equally economic serious deterrent to with Goodyear Speedways,j
: developmenthas
and to subordinate that total ground feldspar of the Na- ...1111
of them might have been lost because of such wholesale indifference the eastern territory.In been the Nation traditional Center-tractIon (grip rsUJJlnii
to other interests out- tion but look in vain in
development ; one can roadsblowout.prutectcd
4 effect' this difference! In tariff South has on wet
f on the part of seventy-five percent of the qualified side the South. the South for any Important tile, I high policy. The Super
freight rates creates u man-made I| been forced for generations to sell ]
g electors. The public utilities in the Southare glass, enamel industries, Insulator, or scour- I wall to replace the natural barrier its agricultural products In an un- twist Cord piles. "'Ll'' llin1

S If the Democratic voters of Florida become too firmly almost completely controlled pioduct.ing, soap beorgla using 66 this i long since overcome by modern I I protected world market, and to Guarantee."
outside Interests. All the produces per-
by major : railroad engineer. Both actual
tl'S 4 addicted to the habit of sleeping through General Elections, railroad systems are owned and cent of the', kaolin output of the and potential southern manufacturers -1 buy its manufactured goods at -
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_ | prices supported by high tariffs.
_ j we might wake up some fine morning to find a Republican I I controlled elsewhere. Most of the country and'South Carolina 20 are hampered because at- The South in fact, has been caught

/t or two occupying seats that we thought would continue to be great electric holding company little percent of; this but their industries Is use tractive markets are restricted by I! In a vise that has kept it from OOODT AR 0000'ylAS
clay. Kentucky a "aPt"0.40w
systems whose operating compa- the existence of a barrier that i is 0-3"
moving along with the main
; ours for no better reason than that they always had been. I nies furnish the light, heat, and ranking fluorspar producer, but now completely artificial. The,I I stream of American economic life. I b.ttsr .r..I,1
power for southern homes and Industries practically Its entire production is southern to''' '
ij 0- producer, attempting 'On the one hand, the freight rates .",11'0'
.,
_ _ I I are directed, managed shipped out of the South. The pro- build up a large-scale production ,| have hampered Its Industry oni thee bean .l im,0sd I. ., (:III''
BETTER ; has SUIday's
NEGRO EXHIBITS FOSTER UNDERSTANDING and owned Interests. cessing of cotton into textiles Is 10'
outside .
by on the decreasing cost principle, the other hand out high tariff of 1
i ptIC
tt ttS Likewise, the transmission and distribution the major southern industry; but finds his barred from the f" ,ra..1
Judging by the crowds at the court house Tuesday night, goods I[ has subsidized Industry In other I. 6..4
many of the largest mills are own- ,oader .s S .
of natural gas, one of wider markets in the Nation's' a
sections of the
__ ; citizens failed to attend the entertainment country at the expense sad LO V
not many of our the South's great assets, Is almost ed outside of the region. Other most populous area. In market- of the South. Penalized for .....IIU .s

; rt i5kL given by the colored schools of the county, but those few who completely In the hands of remote I mills are only recent emigrantsfrom ing his products over the wall he being rural and handicapped in ...Iu..

were absent missed a rare treat indeed. financial institutions. The richest northern locations to the Is forced to absorb the differencesIn Its efforts to Industrialize, the economic -

deposits of the iron ore, coal South. freight charges. life of the South has been
_ comments concerning the entertainmenthave
favorable
Many I The manufacture of cellulose In-
and limestone that form the basis Two chief reasons for higher squeezed' to a point where the purchasing
been heard and it is hard to overestimate the great for the steel Industry in Birmingham -,to artificial silk, or rayon, presentsa freight rates have disappeared.One power of the southern people GOODYEJJ

1 r value of the annual exhibit and program sponsored by the are owned or controlled out striking example of absentee was the greater expense ofj I'I does not provide an adequate
'side of the region. Until recently ownership. The American Bemberg railroading in the South due to'I I market for its own Industries nor : RUe
schools. If nothing more were accomplished than the Corporation, with large mills In T
negro This
too, the Birmingham area was subordinated physical difficulties has been I an attractive market for those of m fr
''J4pr increased understanding and appreciation of the two races, : to the Pittsburgh area Tennessee uses' patents and pro- minimized by modern engineering. I the rest of the country. /
S 4 as a result of a system of pricing cesses exclusively owned in Ger- Another was the comparative lack I Moreover TIRE- -
: each for the other, the exhibitions would be more than worthwhile Of the company's 14 di- by curtailing\ Imports,
steel which placed it at a tremendous many. of traffic that prevented the the tariff has reduced the abilityof
isLflI The colored people are inspired by the genuine interest I disadvantage. As a result of rectors, 5 are German, 3 are spreading of the cost. This no foreign countries to buy AmerIcan Let help you eled
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S and concern of their white friends; and the white folks, I this disadvantage-that is, because Dutch, and 4 'are American residents longer Is the case, since many Important cotton and other agricultural u Truck Tire tO
In New York.SECTION. right Goodyear
in turn, come away with a greater appreciation of the real it was more economical for themto southern roads have as exports. America's trade restric- hauling n eeJ.< A .liI
_ be In the areas formerly favored great a traffic density as those tions, without sufficient expansionof your 'III
i ui worth of the negro race. t by the artificial price system-the 14 above the Ohio River. The operat- our domestic markets for southern change' of site: or type! Com f'

: This week's was the third annual exhibit of this kindS fabrication plants which use most INDUSTRYSince ing costs of southern lines todayare products, have hurt the South dollars In your pocket
of the steel were not constrt: ed lower than those In the eastern -no obligation.
real from the more than other region.
and each has been a success very start. Everyone any
i In the Birmingham area.-The fact this War Between the territory.
SS S white or black, who had anything to do with the successof I that these fabrication plants are States Industry has become In the The artificial rate structure (If the South could buy what

the affair should feel a genuine pride and inward satisfac- outside of the South will make It minds of most Americans a symbolof handicaps the South in its effortsto It need the entire country would Motor i S ; : hard for the South now to find a profit and wealth. Certainly the expand an diversify Its indus tw hrneflttetl. Read the concludIng Register
that he she has done service
real
_ tion in the knowledge or a
I ready market for Its steel even wealthiest parts of our country are try. For example under present section of SEC's report next Fla. J
S i 1 -a service that cannot fail to show results in years to come.AiK i though the pricing system has the most Industrialized. There hassaiflr 'conditions It is cheaper to concen- week.) Starke,



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