Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: November 18, 1938
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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CROSS .. '
RED SUNDAYSThere I -- _ _
will be no hunting In WOULD SPLITRACINGJUNDS

ROLL CALLUNDERWAY Bradford County on Sundays this .

season as formerly. The 150 members -I

of the Bradford County Fish AT AUCTION IN BRADFORD

and Game Club sent a delegation
before the County Commissioners I ; 4 : k __ ''I

requesting the enforcement of the '_ __ Prices Good Nuts Few' Strict Enforcement Of
state law the discharging \ ,
preventing .
Bond Trustees To Get -
Members : I Laws Is
finely Five of firearms on Sunday. The At Farmers Market Game

Join In First Week sheriff was Instructed to enforce \ Part For RoadMaintenance : I* Sale Promised ,

this law and Sheriff A. O. Andreu

Of Drive assured the Board he would arrestall 4 I -- 'j

The Commission : Bradford County growers received Hunting season opens Sunday _
shooters. -
Sunday '
In a joint session, the Board of I of November 20 but due to the fact .
Cross Roll Call. which also pledged their full co $474.88 for :3,850 pounds '
The Red County Commissioners, the Board S morning of that the state law prohibiting the i ,
since Friday, pecans sold Thursday !
under operation.
has been of Public Instruction, and the of firearms on Sunday J
has In Starke 95 Members of the Fish and Game 4&l last week at the second auction discharge !
,4. S
Day ,
the .easoft
Armistice County Board of Bond Trustees Is now being enforced, .
of 200 that out-of- conducted by the State Farmers .
toward a goal Club complained many *
memberships Thursday night, November 10, '-.,. of 8.1 will actually begin at sun-up :Mon't't
Thanksgiving Day. it waa stated county sportsmen. especially from I. Market here an average '
authorizing ,. November 21. >
bY agreed unanimously _. '-ad- a C'r day,
Struth. cents pound.
by Elmo Jacksonville and vicinity, were -- a.- -- << per
lute yesterday Chairman of the Commissioners Judge E. K. Ferryman
Cross Roll Call Chairman in coming into the county to hunt on 1 POLISH-GERMAN $FRONTIER.--Poll Jews who were expelle( From a volume standpoint the County Issued ;
Red to appoint one member of each had. until Wednesday, :
'I up
Bradford County. He praised the Sundays and virtually ruining the I board to form a committee to submit from Germany waiting for food distribution at the frontier. This action .. sale was very disappointing and the as few ten 48 state and county\ licenses, which. .,. ,

nillingness. cooperation and gen sport for local hunters by bagging a proposed bill to be Introduced was followed by the most severe and wtdespread attack on Jew; buyers were present Is comparatively few to those ho ., -
which the cltlr' most of the by sheer force I nuts were hardly enough for one.
erous spirit with game at the next session of the legis I throughout Germany after the murder of a German official in Paris bJ; 22 expects to Issue in the next tea j rl: ,
._ .zens of the town of numbers. It was said also, that. Prices were very satisfactory, <
I lature. The object of the bill Ist days. Sp; |f t
for 23
k I are responding to the out-of-county (shooters were a pounds of Marians selling
alter the present distributionor Hunters are earnestly urged to ,I;<(
f. &1. the call and expressed making; many of the farmers ancrv_ I L cents per pound and mixed and I
F r race track funds: so that a portion -,I 7.13 cents read up on the hunting laws before t 1':
; no doubts by trespassing and over shooting. will to the Board of Bond unknown nuts brlngig I into the woods next ,,
but that the goal The penalty for conviction is a go I ONE DAY TERM ARMISTICE DAY I per pound according to a report .:
Trustees to be used in maintenance Market week, for Sheriff A. O. '
1 released by J. S. Lisonby, "
I would be reached fine of $25 or 20 days. A. A. .
the roads. Conservation Officer
of County Game
or exceeded in L. I.. Conner, Chairman of the YOBSERVED I Manager. Durden and the 150 members of .i' ;
1 the allotted time. MONDAYCIRCUITJCOURT Only about 30 growers were : \,.
SEWING ROOMS named the Fish ana
Commissioners, has not the Bradford County
with and there was
m Several Starke present pecans
members of the committee as yet. Game Club are virtually a "vigi "
I business firms TO CONTINUE HERE not one "no Bale" even<< though: t'
Ju1 of look-out ;
distribution the
I have joined 100 I I Under the present growers are not obliged to accept lante committee" on .
and I I Continued operation for WPA race tract funds Bradford County' prices offered them. for law-breaking gun-shooters. '
percent School collected -1 I sewing rooms in Bradford County gets approximately $24.000 per "Ten buyers registered for the Four arrests have been made. t' ,

Bradford County High to the I has been assured by the allocation year which Is divided equally be- \ Varied Activities Give sale with keen interest, but with The hunters of Bradford County '
turned over Are
and tween the Board of County Commissioners No Important Cases thanked in an announcement -
of $20,006 in federal funds by Flor- the limited offerings it Is doubt are
chairman $2204 "Each and every II Board of Pub- Starke Lively A. A. .
and the yesterday by j
Robert J. Dill, SeveralDismissed
child at B. H. S. contributed ida Administrator Tried. ful as to the advisability of another 1- ,,;
lic Instruction, the Bond Trustees State Conservation
the Durden.
learned yesterday from be shown I'
Mr. Struth said. It was Holiday sale unless It can clearly
ont cent or more Under the ? in which ha
1 Jacksonville office. getting none. proposed that the will make avail- for this county, f
and Mrs. growers '
Principal E. L. Williams bill the Trustees would get a snare : :
The five sewing rooms in this I able tonnage sufficient to warrant stated:

Jack. Williams had charge school.of the county, two In Starke and one each also, for maintenance of county The shortest term of Circuit Armistice Day, last Friday, was authorization of another mile," the "I wish to publicly thank the .; '

Roll Call program in the here were In PIampton, Lawtey, and Graham, I| roads. The amount from the state I Court in over 29 years wall beld fittingly observed here with an Market's report of the sale read. hunters in this section for the fine ,

The 95 memberships employ 100 women and are under |I would be the same but the percentage here Monday with Judge A. Z. 'utdoor program In which the The following table shows the cooperation that has been given :;(-
obtained mostly by a house Struth the direction of Miss Ruth Johnson of division after it Is received, Adklns, Judge of the Eighth Judi- lones-Langford-Whlte Post AmerIcan variety of nuts offered and the me and other Game Commission I''

house canvass made by Mr. Vice supervisor of women's projects I I by the county would be changed. cial Circuit, presiding. The court Legion cooperated with the average price per pound for each officials during the past few' t\,j
Sternberg ,
anti Miss The room'I Minutes of the Board of County in- school at 11 o'clock. efforts to Increase .
week. In Bradford. sewing convened the second Monday variety: months In our
this I
Roll Call Chairman. in all including the !j Commissioners follows: In accordance Short speeches were made by here and help provide
cost first the
stead of the Monday
projects game
home __ ___________ .25c
called on every :Mahans .
'We have Commissioners
Board of -
I The County and J. Thomas, J,
contribution $26,595 and with an act of the last U. D. Vining A. better sport. As a whole the hunters (
business house" the chairman sponsors I met Schleys ______________ .14c I
and of Bradford County
to be continued for at least No Important criminal nembers of the Post. The former and the community In general 'J ,
explained, "and of course, a number I are- November 7., In adlourned. _session_ I Legislature._ ._._____-" .. # Stewarts __,-_________ .10 Oc 'L )/ :I.
the IaavLA LUIS importance OK Amercanlsm oacKea me eiioru De- 4
''six more months. cases were tried, and case I nave souuiy '"
Those _______
of persons were absent. In Florida Is with the following members present I, and the Importance of being Van Demans .0999c to our and :'
WPA activity very of the State of Florida versus log made protect game 'fa'
missed need ________ ,0840o
who( were unavoidably I L. L. Conner, chairman: J. I Money-Maker J',
at Administrator : and Gladys Klondes I always on guard against communism build it back to its former abundance -
active present Mike Klondea .
with notify I ___ ________ .07560
only to get in touch or Dill authorizing 55 projects for 38 M. Rosier, Mallory Thomas H. V. on information lot manslaughter I II socialism and the other'Isms1' Curtis __ so that every one who goes :: .
and we __ ____ .071
S __ __ 0 '
Seedlings "
me or the and T. D. Dyal. :
counties during the first fifteen Saxon I (Mallle Graves) was thrown out of that are seeking to get a afield will have a reasonablechance '

will gladly call upon you again. days of this month to cost more The minutes of the regular court, defendants and bondsmen t;oe hold In our country.Mr. Mixed and Unknown __ .071 0 of making a good bag and : !',
Reports from other parts of the !. Success ______________ ,0825c: :
than 2000000. Of this sum. meeting October 3rd, and called released and witnesses excused. Thomas urged the young I believe that the amount of game .j ,
have not been received. but Randalls ________,_.__ ,0706. .\
county allocated $1.570,478: or and adjourned meetings of October to live the kindf In the woods indicates that ,.:
WPA baa Two other case3 that had prom- I men present right now I
being conducted :Mesche ..______, _._ .0699c
the campaign three-fourths and 4,521 I 12, 20. and 29, were read and life that if were ever -- conservation work is now begin- '
more than State John 4 so they
Interest the versus t
ised ,
systematically by appointed com Moores: ______________ ,0075c: '
solicited workers will be employed. adopted. Hege information for assault with 4:alled upon to serve their country nlng to give results, 'XI'

mittees. Donations were and tables Three of the authorized projects!I The Board having agreed to pay Intent to murder (Vasco Forsythe) I II hey would be fit to do so and It is quite probable that unless "Of course as in all things there

on the streets Saturday the postofflceand are state-wide such as in cattle I $15 00 per month for rent of the and the State versus John Magyar) 'wOuld be ready to lay down their more cooperation on the part of have been some who have not done "'

were placed near'Hardware Com I fever tick elimination, supervision two brick store buildings on Call I information for operating an automobile I ives if necessary. "We all pray the growers Is forthcoming, no as they should have and according :!l :

the Bradford Wainwright, and coordination of recreational Street in Starke used as a WPA while under influence of I hat there will never be another more pecan auctions will be held to reports have violated the game '' p

pany. Mrs. N. D. assisted activities, and home assistance for I Sewing Room, and the owner of I I liquor causing damage to person 'war, however," he added. and, as the auctions have been laws. Most of those who do this. .'
Jr and Miss Luclle Kennedy j. I said building having refused to accept large buyers who are ,, "
families. Interesting have
several high school girls, needy I and property were Nolle Proseque Most business houses remained I are selfish Individuals who .
by of these. First aid demonstrations The larger road construction this amount the Board after I (thrown out of court) and the defendants 4:loaed all day, with groceries stayIng willing to pay much more than the I no regard for the rights of other .

bad charge the public projects Include 80 miles of high-I conferring with said owner agreedto bondsmen and witnesses I open until 11' o'clock. After small local buyers, this will lower ', hunters or the citizens of the coun i' ,
were given In Marlon county and 35 pay $15 00 for October and the profits to be made from our usual name for ,"el'!I
under direction of :Mrs. Clennie I way released. I hat hour, however, all doors were { ty In general. The <.t .
miles in Osceola county. The largest $20.00 per month. I took large nut crops. who kill out of season.
health nurse,' In The case of George Frazier to I!hut' and Starke on a holiday those game
the Hickok Bradford, county Hardware Company'slarge school projects are In Dade It/was agreed to allow Mrs. be tried on Information for assault j itmosphere with flags flying.At It; has been pointed out that the I' and often when It is only half 1''

(Miami) county. This undertakingwill I Clennie Hlckok, County Nurse, State Marketing Board erectedthe Is 'game-hog' and the commission ,
show window Saturday aft- I with intent to'murder' was one o'clock an Impressive pa- grown
209 workers for eight month from the Clinic market platform here BO that effort to '
employ $10.00 per temporarily passed. 1 ade started from the school house I II Is bending every //I'

ernoon. --- months and will cost 104497. I fund for traveling expenses. I '"'_.._ 1 fnl >roceedad. through the business I It la easily disenabled In case !Itshould I apprehend these 'game-hogs' and 'I.
I A delegation from the County uur vunw uii inzormaion --- r ; become necessary to moveIt bring them to trial. During the t I" .
i a motor vehicle for compensation I section i and ended at the municipalball ,
DEATH TAKES Homecoming At Sardis J Board of Bond Trustees and a requested operating over ,public highways 1 park in time for the football elsewhere past few weeks It has been necessary .

THOMAS Sunday Is Homecoming Day for 'I, joint meeting between the without proper license and permit ,game at 2 o'clock It was the largest I to arrest and prosecute a ,r j i'" \!
1 Sardls Baptist Church at Worth- Board of Public Commissioners Instruction and Boardof the were before the court:. The case parade seen here In recent Thanksgiving ServiceThe number of persons for game law 'iif", i-

William Lee Thomas, 55, died In Ington Springs and all old and new I Board County of County Bond Trustees In against L. L. Logue was dismissed, years and was taken part In by the Ministerial Alliance of I violations and this strict that enforce'S the
continue so
his home near Lake Butler, Monday -' members and friends are urged to 7 Columbus Williams was fined ten National Guard color guard, the Starke the Annual''' ment will .1' L'
Court House at will be J '
the 't'
short Services will be con- I and costs or sixty days in local Boy Scout troop, school buses rights of honest sportsmen
November 7, after a be present. o'clock P. M., Thursday. Nov. 10, dollars Community Thanksgiving Service I I,;
services were ducted by the pastor, W. S. Blowers forfeited a $100 and the fire truck. Most effective protected. '
illness. Funeral jail Roy
1938 which was agreed to andthe to be conducted In the PresbyterIan conclusion Conservation Officer :, ,
held Tuesday, Ware at the eleven o'clock hour I I 'bond by non appearance and W. features were a group of high meet- In
at the graveside I meeting called by the chair- Church this year. The Durden stated "I appreciate \ :
ceme- and again at three o'clock. Bringa L. Crutchfield wall fined ten dollars !- school girls carrying a huge Red
November 8, in New Hope I Ing will be held! on the night of to the fullest the fine cooperation 't f,. ,
tery with the Reverends Johns and basket as dinner will be served man.Annie Green was stricken from I and costs or sixty days. Cross spread made by the WPA November 23, the day before that has been received

Moody officiating.In I on the grounds. The menu Is rolls snap the Pauper list. $7.50 was appro-I! All other cases were dlsmlHScd sewing room here and a Red Cross Thanksgiving, and will cormlst of from a vast majority of our hunters -
salad, Float. I
addition to his widow Mrs. beans chlcken-plleu, priated for funeral I or placed on the absentee docket a Worship and Praise Service, accompanied and ask them to continue thlt

Mary Thomas the deceased is survived cake and coffee. Mrs. Mangle Browning same to be I, for the Spring term. There were A record crowd attended the afternoon by music by a combined help to the end that no one goes

by a daughter Mrs. Julie -. ---- made payable to Mrs. Beulah no Important civil cuss and most football game and saw the choir. The sermon for the eve- before the season opens ; Shunting

Shaver and two eons, Allen and Revival At ChristianAbout I' Norman of Lawtey.The I I of those on the civil docket were B. H. S. Tornadoes lone to a light ning will be delivered or suppliedby on November 20. In turn I pledge : 1
David of Lake Butler. [ continued. The court convened at but skillful Chlefland team by a Robinson -
Thomas, 200 persona attended the name of O. R. Prevail was the Key. Frank pastor full time and earnest efforts
AI"> his mother survives him. Sheis services Sunday night at the ordered stricken from the Pauper I! 10 o'clock a. m. and adjourned score of 12 to 6. Many old B. II. of the First Methodist Churchof to my keep out of the woods anyone 'I'

Mrs. Sarah Ann Drawdy of Christian Church here where a revival Roll after this month as he has shortly after 4 o'clock p. m. 3. graduates attended the game Starke. It Is hoped that a great

Lake Butler. The Boree Funeral has been held under directionof been admitted to the State and their reunion added color and throng of people will assemble on (Continued. on. Page. Eight)
Home had charge of arrangements. Rev. W. T. McGuire. One member culosis Sanltorlum at Tuber-I I Interest along the sidelines. Between the night of November 23, at the '

I was received into the church'|' the name of Mrs. Maggie BrownIng TURKEYSKEET : halves, colorful entertainment Presbyterian Church for this Community WELFARE MONEY ::" ., '
meetings'closed from the was given by the B. H. S. which comes only
The series of was ordered stricken event,
Toicnsend Sunday. I SHOOTFRIDAYTurkey cheering section and the Red Cross, EARLY FOR XMASThe S
last night. Monday night | pauper roll. once a year.
regular club meeting of the will begin a series I Mrs. Sarah E. Bennett and Mrs.'I jlrls. ----.
Townsend will\ be held Rev. McGuire and sheet shooting was State Welfare Board, adopt- ;
organization at Theressa ChristianChurch. J. E. Thomas met the Board stating I Members of the Senior Class I
next Monday night November 21. of meetings. The DubliC is invited.SEVERAL i ( that their families were destitute -'I prominent among the many Armistice were hosts to B. H. S. alumni at I First StrawberriesThe ing the role of SantaClaua.: wiltplace '"

at T-3o; o'clock in the courthouse.A and needed assistance. i : Day activities here .frltlajof a reception held In the Woman'sClub first pint of strawberries nearly hair a minion dollar*

large attendance is expected.A I It having come to the attention last week when over 125 would- I I at eight o'clock. A short address of the 1938-39 season was picked In the stockings of recipients oC:: j

Board meeting of the Town- HURTIN be marksmen turned out to shareIn A. his Old Age Assistance and Aid to the S
had made Grlffls
to the Board that the WPA I of welcome was by Tuesday by R. A. on }
senu, National Recovery Plan will\ WRECKS I closed the case of Mrs. James Yar- the 38 turkeys weighing 349 J Adkins, Jr., president of the farm northeast of Starke. The pint I Blind this Christmas. Tbe checks

be held Monday afternoon at 4 AUTO brough and efforts having been pounds all told, and 65: sheet class, and the response was given sold for $1160 Robert Green, solicitor will be mailed out early and will ; ,::1

clock, and the mass meeting will As the result of an automobile made to have her case reinstated shooters "killed" several hundred by A. J. Thomas. A show of hands for the Starke Dry Cleaners help to stimulate holiday shopping, 4.' I'

follow at 7:30 o'clock. collision immediately outside of tbe Board went on record as approving clay pigeons. disclosed that the class of 1938 had being the lucky purchaser. expected to attain a new high dun. i 1

The speaker of the evening will Gainesville on highway 13 late the action taken by the Harry Houston brought home the most members present. Wednesday. Mr. Grtffls picked two to the receding of the recession, S

be Fred J. Moen of Seffner and Tuesday night Mrs. C. A. Futch WPA In closing this case as there three of the turkeys, BUI Mundy Closing the day's festivities wasa pints and expects to pick a crate The amount to be distributed in

other speakers will\ be former i, Is confined to a hospital there with are many applications for work in won two and L. W. Dempsy two. dance sponsored by the Little next week. The berries were Bradford County will exceed that 1

board members who will make serious injuries.Mr. the County who are in worse financial I- Among the many winning one Women's Club.Speaks. large, ripe and well colored and for October when 4066.00 for Old

short talks. and Mrs. Futch and son. condition that the Yar- were Sam Anderson Monk Din- were sold on a lucky-winner" Age Assistance and $1 2.00 for ,

All those who will be eligiblefor G. M. Sistrunk and Joe brough family and the clerk was kins, H. A. Bishop Clyde Rowe, J. basis. Aid to the Blind was paid out.

annuities under the plan are Mack. returning from Sls-1 instructed to advise the WPA officials M. Alvarez, V. B. Harrell! B. C. On RadioA --.-- The payrolls are made up in : .
trunk were ;
to be present as the board.D. J. R. Moncrief (the latter the state office of the Board 0'".
especially urged ville and collided with an of this action by Prince and special feature of Fellowship Fine Cane
Important information will be gIVen automobile, the driver of which D. Dyal of Brooker asked for two from the State Farm), S. 'Week Nov. 14 to 20, nation-wide a stagger basis. Districts- One and "I ;.

as to procedure in securing this bad ing apparently fallen asleep. Their I relief assistance and he was allowed H. Smith from Perry Mrs. J. S. observance by a major portion of Shlpman Sapp brought Into the Two (Bradford) being the first! f it
Hartman. For this week. a bundle forwarded to the office of the state) :
annult,. car was almost a total ruin. $3.00 per month. Love and Albert the 25.000 Methodist Episcopal Telegraph's office I
new all except young Mack were Further time was allowed Commissioner the first time In many years Jake parishes of the country will be I of cane stalks that weighed 20 comptroller from which the war- I ,
and j
Services At Kingsley cut and bruised, but only L. L. Conner to Investigate \- Johns failed to win a gobbler, all radio addresses\! by the Rev. C. W. pounds and were 8'/a feet tall. His rants are Issued. Payrolls of tbe !

painfully Futch seriously. the condition of the Ander- his shots somehow
''here will be services at Kings- Mrs. Saturday night near Palat- son children in care of Mrs. L. U. In the Skeet shooting Sam An- Church St. he has an acre and a quarterof completed and rushed to Tallahassee

ley Lake Missionary Baptist Late automobile driven by H. L. Morgan. der-in, Bill Mundy and Jam* over radio station AuguRune'j cane almost like It, he lays. He the last reaching there prior I

Church November 20 at ka an Wesley has sold 2 big truckloads, numerous to the middle of the month. I
Sunday accompanied by The purchase of a typewriterfor Wainwrlght made 25 hits out oi city. The Rev. Marlin speak
11 'clock a. m. The services will Bradshaw., skidded on wet pavement I the Tax Assessor's office was 25 trys, a record for all of them. every day from Nov. 14 through small loads, has ground enough Dates on which the warrants V S '
Bryant I
be la charge of the Rev. H. M.TlIlflafl Into a telephone pole. Brad- authorized. The 13 squads of -5 men men each Nov. 19 at noon from 12:45: to 1:00p. : for 100 gallons of juice and still were mailed from the comptrol- }i,

| pastor and everyone is escaped with several Reports were received from the used 3.250 rounds of ammunition.Mrs. m. and on Sunday, Nov. 20, from has half of It left. ler's office last month were: Districts :, j jI
""- Silcox, clerk of shaw while the Prisoner : One and Two. October 4;
corned. J. L. bruises and from
and severe County Judge C Ellis woman champion 9:00: to. 9:30: a. m. '
scratches I and Four. October 8; Five II!
lh I Port Three
church said yesterday. sustained a broken collarbone Inspector which were approved shooter of Georgia now livingIn Foreign shipments through '' '
Bryant back injuries I ordered filed. more Everglades are principally beet and Six October 11; Seven and
broken ribs I and present and Florida annually produces I
four was
in 1870. Florida's major export resolution was Jacksonville thousand carloadsof pulp, cement and pulverized sardines Eight. October lit Nine and Ten )J'
and possible internal The following extraordinary skill and than a hundred I, t'
was lumber lumber products; ihowed above her and other material for fertilizer. October 18: Eleven and Twelve, ::
In 19OO raw and cotton took a leadIng -I[ ies He Is and confined his codltlon to a InJur-j l duly adopted: =' many tricks shot of gun.the trade, In handling own fruits needs.and vegetables I : October 22.iBr .

hospital a
> position and has been first serious. (Continued on Page Eight -
scribed as
almost ever since.

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II OLDEST CHURCH t IIII Record Sweet Potato (:- K'.i' QI I,; '
SCHOOL BOARD 1 TheLetter I (fSW". I <.1\1"\, "

I HERE "" ,
WARRANT LIST _._. -,,__ .._ '_ 1 ..- -,-' WfHl (N\\ I ". '
BoxStarke Fifteen (1'i ,!
l North-Wi,
OCTOBER: 1938 I AND NorthIHM' .
Norlh.I':">1 ( \i, .,
mandamus ,
Marcus F. Brown Fla., Nniih-IiiiiM': v i I, 'J n .

milt. 116.20, Gaynon Iron Works, F"'COt'I{AGJNG FOItECAST"Nlneteenthlrtynlne I In the interest of public sufety, November 17, 1938. Rniith-Wi ; 11" '
J. Asher Frank Director of the Florida North-Wi-M" < \ ;\
31.64, C.
interest on account will be the Bradford County Telegraph: "Houth-KnM) i I" :," ,

Powt>ll. repairs 2.40; J L. Anderson. best year for business and Industry I Safety Council, has released keenly as I do the East ( I KI..> n "I', ". ''I
code on Feeling as (NKVi> Qui.. ,. .
66.21 the following sportman'a '
-- transportation repairs : In a decade." That sentence T I need of supplying the Red cross I Half of ;v,",, ,,h, \\ 1//" .: ,

Bmdford County Telegraph printing I accurately sums up the views of the eve of the opening of hunting with a liberal amount to be: used Quarter of :4g.<, ,. .' \W ',
North .
Hlckok clinic season. / (N'J'' 'II' ,'; ,
20 00: Clennle numerous economic forecasters today I In its humanitarian work I feel' (H'III hair' "r ...."" I'' I h

-- nurse. 3800; Carpenter's Drug In their opinion, the recovery 1. I will never allow the muzzle constrained to offer a suggestion.I Q.iarter(24): ..f :-I,., 10 ,, ', .,,: .'.,"r'I '"

Store. suppliee 1293; Carl Ritch movement, which was staggerIng of my gun to point at anything am glad to be able to show Nnrl'hS'; ", Itu: "

labor on new building 113.00; Fred and uncertain when It began p I which I do not Intend to shoot. a large number of our people how (NIC%) QUUI', I'. ",''I / ,,'

Cone labor on new building 26.29: :.4 seven or eight months ago, will I I 2. I will never load my gun they can give a really worth-while Half)of half N'nith"r .lJNV.J l\.::."? ,Io"f" |i \'Ilh,.

-- Avery Dennlson labor on new continue to gain both In strengthand when the muzzle is pointed at any amount without Its costing them w>*t twit,) nir,, ,! "Uti?
_ "
B Strickland. (S't(1)' (( Qimil, II' -'
building 325; C. velocity.The part of my body or any person; one cent and at the same time enriching (RW'4) Q'"tt'I.,, ,", ," ,L W.i.

labor on new building 7.25; Knight forecasters of course have nor stand In front of anybody who themselves. Twenty-Thre-, i I' .i

____ and Knight attorney fee 150.00: before and I 13 loading a gun. Mouth (I'l"' 'Ii I I'." '
been grievously I&nrlhW. 'IT.
truck service wrong ;I refer to those who use tobaccoin Half of 'H)
Gray and Flynn BO But it is a fact that at present 3. I will never cock my gun and form. If will refrain I Quarter; Month, ,-' II,1\ '
they I '
20.00; F. A. Scott, holding teachers any Noilh-Ennt (on,1;' i it
_: 7.50 Aneda Griffin, opinion It amazingly unanimous as : pull the trigger for fun. from using it for the next twelve Soctlon' 'rwent'y'i'he ""- (j.-V, f
exams. ; to the pleasant prospects ahead for shoot at I 1 proper\, .., ',, '.'
will directly
4. I never
to the Red ,
months '
holding teachers exam.. 780; Shell they can give he offered fm;' ...11,|, 'I. I "11\\
114.42 Wilker- the immediate future. You can find I a flat, hard surface, a bottle or Cross the amount they would I parcels an HIM, f..., ,), nt

Petroleum Co.. gas, ; many an authority who is dubious similar object, as the bullet Is certain -I spend for tobacco during that time!!I and 'In accordant.. I M i It,, :, ,1', 'I. r*
and all tiidn .
80n Martin Co. pencil sharpeners foi th. u I', Any
J W. Andrews repairs on over the long-term outlook-who. # to ricochet (glance) from It, and be exactly as well off financially -: said property xuhnm, I"'i r''th!.

36.00; lor Instance, believe that government.s 5. I will never handle a gun would be if 1,. ro".lved I anti ., ''1.. 1Ii
as they they
bus, 5.70: Torodo Chevrolet Co.,, I Court In accordnn" \\ Ib,
repairs of bus, 18.70; Van H. I greatly-stimulated pump- without first opening the breech to were to spend it for tobacco. And of the final dii, i i I" ""m"
I priming activities are going to be the Is empty and look- herein for acci-inui; i.
sure gun in addition they would be enrichedin
Priest, office supplies and globes, by the Court .,, ".
itnd,1: ,
60.00 S. R. ''I cause the country plenty of troubleIn .....-... ....- ing through the bore to see thatIt physical and mental bettermentof proval of the Cuu.t i,, .'p-
Louise Warren ;
P39 "
I MASCOUTAH 111. -The oldest years shortly ahead. But you'll I ia clean. In knowl- the term, and "mdl ., I'' ". !I.>
themselves and the
and towels and tissue TITUSVILLE. -Photo to Brad- ,
hnu Sons decree of foroolotiuii,, ,: '
Methodist Church in Illinois Is located have hard author- '
a job finding an i
1"r schools, 100.00: A. J. Grlffis, I ford County Telegraph by Red 6. I will never carry my gun edge that they had not, as before, : M. F BHOWV;;
in Shiloh, four miles north ity who doubts that next year wll A. $peciai
and IIInet'l .
loaded when hunting ;
sal- Merritt except been setting a very harmful example '1'1' \ ,
'ary 12 .00; Percy Sullivan Kerce Lonnie Johnson, 1ll14t122.PiOTlen. PI,
and west of Belleville It has beenIn be the most prosperous since the will then be sure that it Is lock- and
office I with six before the young
25 OO Frances Peek
Island pictured
try. ; I farmer
continuous service from 1806, depression began. As the conservative -
ed in the "safe" position. .
Starke Telephone Co.. fifty-six OF ett.i: np
14.40 Tn
weighing unthlnk-I
\ or {, ; for it was founded twelve years Annalist puts It. "Recovery sweet potatoes ing.I I C.JRTIFI\'I'I"
1 .l 5; S R. Johns and Sons tow- I pounds--" lx more pounds than are 7. I will never shoot at a song : appeal to you to act NOTICE' is HEIUmy ut
before the state was admitted to shows no signs of slackening. I 1-\ 'h1
e' o and tissue for schools, 102.50. needed to weigh a bushel of sweet bird or harmless animal for sport I suggestion then I know you will W. H. Graham hn m .d. \'v,.,, "
the union. At the time of its written requext that i u), .Jf
A. J. Griffls salary, 12 .00; A. founding early settlers, largely of NEW CARS ARE OUT potatoes. From four hundred hills and will always be sure that no feel grateful to me for making it. I IcateH toa-ethei" with ," 'i\ .

office 10.23; his wounded Is left to suffer. Yours I omitted or levied ,HIT. i : ;, ""'
.. Grlffls expense Kentucky and Virginia stock had The new automobile models are of potatoes, on plantation. game I State' he advortlmd. imi a I }th.

Louise Warren, salary 50.00; Per to contend with marauding Indians creating enthusiasm. As automobile Johnson grew 1,250 pounds of Por- 8. I will remember that a .22 ERNEST THORNQUEST. highest hlditer foi ,-h, ,'-''Id"i'' ,'Id]b

30.00 Frances caliber bullet will travel three- by Chapter 18216 of Ih) ,.
cy Sullivan salary ; to Rico sweet potatoes. -- 1"I I I
that still infested the region. Shiloh owners and drivers comprisethe the LevlHlature. II :
upon' th f 1 ,I'
office work 14.40 J. H. of a mile through nine APOLOGIZELord '
Peek, ; quarters LORD I described realnint.. i
a village of 400, Is one of the majority of the populationthat's m i lI. "
Moore board service 2500; E. J. inches of ordinary board, and will of :Bradford: Stat.: ..t, PI i '4. ,i.I.ote
oldest towns in Illinois. a lot of enthusiasm, and a pens able In steel making, existsin wit
board service 25 OO; W. P. ricochet long across water. I was blue and discouraged
Lewis a way -
1, 10, 48, ,
47 !
lot of people. Some wise citizen the U. S., with deposits In at i \\ 1 I'S""!,I
Smith, board service, 25.00; A. J. 9. I will always put my gun this morning, but It Is different Section 2'' Tp ', !S u ""I''
observed that what the country least 20 states. But It requires taming 40 .
Acier ;
Griffin 20.00; Far Robinson 30.00; Levy Norman, muzzle first through a fence be- m i' j 1"-i
car expense needs most right now is more enthusiasm costly equipment to concentratethe this afternoon and I want to The taxes to he 'nld" 'd-nCOd
mers and Dealers Bank Interest 30.00; W. E. Sapp, 15.50; Chester fore I climb the fence-I will climb 1 by certificate No. 111 t 'J"[ ,
and optimism. Out ores. Holding back develop- for that 1 uppctlvely, and .
feeling ;
apologize way. ri-pi II'' "pali
on note, 6.25; Ira B. Taylor repairs bus insurance 3.20 over between the next two fence
; taxes for the fo.
standing among the features of the ment of a going domestic man- year i i. ; ,
18.60; Greens Store, towels, I posts. This morning I thought there was both Inclusive HIIIOII",11' ,. ?,' '
Cheater Andrews, 74.80; Mae new cars are many new safety de ganese Industry which would serve ALSO' : Lot 21) & :si< "

11.50; C. J. Powell repairs, 16.10; Wells, insurance, 2.08; Mae Wells vices. There is power to spare in wartime "insurance," ,strategists 10. I will always give my guna ample reason for an attack of the & Wty of Lots 4t, I Ii': .v \. '?_,I'i
Brownlee Bros poison bait, 4.50; as soon as I 60, 01 In Wood'Inn .
: thorough cleaning i r,
10.92 L. R. 45.00 R. V. Careful drivers blues. My bank account had gathered -
173.63 Smith Ser- ; Starling, ; middle-priced cars. point out Is the fact the 6 S. n. 22 E., < i'' ''' '', Ii
W .
E. Hayes, : Alvarez, bus Insurance 3.65: ; R. V. : have nothing to fear so far as tariff was cut In half in 1935, am through firing.DOUBLE Its folds about it and departed Acre, more' or lew
vice Station repairs, 19.00; Fred The taxes to IH. '-..1,1 ..,.,,
Alvarez, 68.35; J. K Douglas bus the mechanics of the new cars are thereby giving the market almost into a far country. The install by certificate NON' Ms! t .
2.00 E. A. Winkler.repairs I : aM
Scott, rent ; 3.65 J A. concerned the safest RUNMrs. renreiient unnnlil i. .,.
insurance ; Douglas as they are exclusively to far-off nations : ment on my car was past due and I i\
28.23: Hart Furniture Co., .
; : 1927 to 1931, both in J ,
16.80 Service' 61.35; E. T. Stewart, bus insurance ever built. where the ore Is mined by cheap i \\'. A. T)ler, Cor. I had no money with which to pay I! IIIK In )6 31AL'O nt.

chairs, ; Typewriter 2.54; Smith Service Station, installing American management plan- labor. Recent developments have i it, my Insurance was in bad shape :< : Sit\, of NW'i, ,l.x: \ '"
Co.. contract typewriters 31.12; NK' : Cor & All N'. \\ ,
stop signs, 41.50; C. A. sentiment here In favorof Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Wilson attended for of Necessity .i -
. H. D. May, 6 cords of wood 28.:50; ners, engineers, Workmen, and the crystallzed l'I non-payment premiums. Hranch Sac 27 Tp i p

Kenneth Kite. iron for furnace, I Knight tag: for Reddish bus, 3.75; local dealers standing back of the legislation such as was Intro- church at Evergreen Sun- has been forcing me to containing 117 .\. i T
E. T. Stewart, Installing stop sign, 1939 duced In the last congress designedto work hard and long for many .
3.40; E. T. Stewart gas, 3.80; Mrs. cars are, as Shakespeare day.Quite I The taxes to be si,,Id ITbv < ,.

II. B. Wiggins 1 cord wood, 6.00; 2.00; Dr. W. B. Paiks, examiningbus would say, "prouder than resiling solve the raw materials prob- a crowd from here and years at u salary much less thanI certificate No N lhl.represent /

4 M. Thomas hauling wood, 3.00; drivers, 4.00; Norman Johns silk" over the progress shown in lem by building emergency reserves from Starke visited the bedside of know myself to be woith. This II'.;.i to IMS unpaid, hull taxi In' !III i i"i I 1. .'im.r!<

'. Inc. three months transportation the automobile industry with better exclusively from domestic I Mrs. J. L. Brown Sunday after- morning it seemed that some of tUg to $130.05 1 .
American Historical Society, .
15.00; J. E Adkins, 102.30; J. E.Adklns This Include Cuba, friends distant Said tax certifkit.g. will
cars at cheaper prices than last sources. would noon. my were growing all .
"mlll..1 ,
?:books 37.50; J. D. Mathews, labor subsequent I : 114;
Insurance on bus, 3.70; J. year. The average automobile in the case of manganese it is I Rev. C. H. Rhoden and family of and cold. Then, too, the cook taxes will be sold t I" 'u I" i ighti
17.00 J C. Manning supplies, .
; E. Brown 45.00; J. O. Boyd, 35.81; felt since the Is recommending the week-end didn't show at house and bidder at the fourth u. lr
73.00; C. B. Roberts, Janitor supplies dealer sold 92 cars last year, according Army Jacksonville spent up our "Starke on the 25th da> ,if Nabet.
I Silcox labor J. G. Boyd insurance on bus. 2.37; to Automobile Manufac- continued development of Cu- here where Mr. Rhoden filled his my wife was so busy helping me 1935, at 11:00 o'UniK .\ M

kI) ?II. 11.50,; 1.80 City; Walter Light and Water, Nelson Green, 49.61; Nelson Green turers Association. Auto output ban mines to keep available this I regular appointment at the New with my job that the question of her Dated, 1933.OFFICIAL this. tho 6th >Ku "f' en

and 26.75 insurance on bus 3.39; Richard this quarter may reach one million accessible source In case of emergencies Congregational Methodist Church lunch was uncertain. Somehow In ( SEAL)

t4.g Van Plant H., lights Priest, window water, shades;, Griffis, 32.63; Richard Griffis, insurance units, would be larger, if parts Saturday night and Sunday. my shaving thin morning I turn- A.Clerk J. THOM of On\'ult!< it

services on bus, 2.37; E. Lewis, suppliers could turn out accessoriesfast Miss Doris Brown, Miss Bessie ed the razor too sharply inward Bradford Count! 1'1 Ida.
2.80 N. janitor ,
fIj ;
82.63; E Lewis Insurance on bus, enough. Tyler and Altprt Brown were visiting and my face felt like a peeled ll-ll-St-11-25.
65.00; Ebb Thornton, janitor ser- HEALTH INSURANCE
2.37; Nelson Moore 20.00; S. M. Elizabeth, and Herbert Harris onion must feel when It is first
vices, 45.00; Mike Maruca janitor There Is dogged determination OHDRR OF I't'nUf"ATIO'l
services, 45.00. Mott, 40.00; Frank Norman 40.00; ALL NATION SEES UPSWING in Washington to provide medicalcare I r Saturday night. taken from the warm earth and Its IN t'IItt'IIl' tot R'r KK.II1HlIKItl : J(.

Andrew Redding two weeks be- Quite a crowd from here attended protective covering removed. On (-llIf'l rr BKIDKOnil -
Bill's Sign Shop, signs for school and in national '
n I It has been so long since the hospitalization a COINTI, T'TF."r
tween Starke and Lawtey, 5.00; church at the New Congrega- top of that I didn't get enough .
2.00; Time, subscription to Life automobile industry or national program and make such KI. HII>4. IV UltXrHI:
Roy Tomlinson, 77.63; Roy Tomlin- any tional Methodist Church Saturday sleep last night because I had to JESSIE! K. WILSON
for Hampton and Lawtey schools, Industry, has issued a statement services available at a cost of Complainant
son Insurance on bus, 2.37; Oliver work late. I
night. so got thinking
kfl 6.74; J. C. Newberry, subscription calling 35,000\ men back to work, about ten dollars a year for each up VS.ANDRUW .
Underhill, 27.63; Oliver Underhill, Mrs. Inez Luke and Mra. Jim about notes coming due all too J. WILSON.
1 fee for magazines to Hampton and announcing a readjustment of person.
Insurance on bus 2.37. I Luke were visiting Mrs. W. A. Tyler soon, accounts that were old and Defendant. ,
::1 Lawtey, and Starke, 8.00; H. C, wages to compensate for previous A study made by the government It appearing by afflrtu, e' 'P.'j.ed -
Tenchrrs' 1 Saturday afternoon. covered with moss. This morningit bill filed in ih bot"
Salary to the
Green, janitor service, 35.00: E. M. that had hilarious -
7i cuts Washington a indicates that about six mil- i Vllnnthe
stated that
Dora Sanchez. 40.00 LInnle Kel- Mr. and Mrs. Ancil Brown of seemed that body demanded ratine
1' Bennett, janitor service, 40.00; Cecil ; attack of enthusiasm when lion either sick or In- I every defendant thelrln ni .'d! "Ii 0
Whitehead road patrol, 15 OO; ly, 10.00; Harmon Morgan, 25.00; General Motors announced its : persons are the 'Alabama were visiting his mother, that I pay them, and that no- non-reHldent of the Stat'I, i 1''Ida.

R. P. Lewis, janitor service 40.00; I Harmon Morgan, 63.33; Muriel pro- capacitated every day during I Mrs. O. t. Brown, last week. Mrs. body felt any obligation to pay me anti a resident of stal ,'>wr,
gram. winter. Health averages are better over the ave of twent\ fin
O. E. McGauley, advance on salary Norman 63.33; Sorchie Baird, Brown is very 111. what they owed. Until nearly It Im therefore nrdpi,..it .hi! >lId

ii ; 30.00; Ruby Mae Perkins, advance 6966; Annie Laura Elaton 66.50; 'I Supplementary statements almost -I during warmer weather. Miss Mary Rosier of Evergreen noon I kept sinking deeper and non-reiildent defpndnn' I ..5,il,' I I',

Melva Crosby 3000; Melva Crosby immediately from high gov- The American Medical Associa- spent the weekend.wlh i Misses deeper into the quicksand of despair hereby required to ap|>- IL th
S M1 on salary, 35.00; Sara Jenkins bill of Aimplalnt filed In -.ill I I au"
EI 40.00; Donald McRae 26.13; 20.60; Mabel Wall, 72.83; Sim- ernment officials stating that a tion maintains the position that Emma and Shirley Morgan. and self-pity. on or before Monda) I II.I day
i I million men have been transferred "treatment of disease should be of December A. D ;1'iU!,; 'I'WI"(,
of the'
&&i Vesta McRae, 4.99; Emma Chalk- nile Hunter, 100.00; Robert Strach- Winfred RIgdon JFernan- Then I walked up the street and the allegations of ,,nlcl i IL,, ,,,:' 'he
] It'n. 65.00 Frances 50.00 from relief rolls and absorbed in left as far as possible to private dma CCC Camp spent the week- ,'t! i.f.Rd'
iU er, 5.70; Martha Wells, 4.28: Mrs. ; Tyson, ; happened to see an elderly lady- taken as confessed b> -ii'

M. W. Morrow, 7.52, Cenus Robin- E. E. Evans, 75.00; Louis I. DltI -I private employment. There wasa physicians." I end with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. terribly afflicted. An eating can- ant.It Is further order d < ider ., .It.
I chorus of
lion 2.50; LucUe Johns vocational Bols, 75 00; Dorothy Harold, 50.00; approval J. J. Manning.Mr. cer had literally destroyed her be published 0'.1 \ >k r,'.
Flossie Me Lend 50.00 LeNora from Senators, saying that there and Mrs. W. D. Sapp of four consecutive weeks li" .th' Bradford .
L.4 teaching, 25.00; Carl Roberts, vocational on, ; GETTING HEADY FOR WARIn nose. She was looking for the i flew'PaP"published ",
"Is Telegraph
toward bet
trend County
a significant
a teaching, 50.00. i' Caffey 5000: Alice Hall McCoy order to uphold the national Baker County, attended church welfare office. No doubt she had In Raid Countsind Suit
4 ter business
in the
E. T. Stewart 62.46: Leslie 50.00; Mabel B. Richardson, 50.00; nation traditions of. peace America Is be- here Saturday night and Sunday. suffered many days, weeks and This Oct. 31ot, 1938

Green, bus insurance, 365; Leslie A. O. Jenkins, 12.50; A. O. Jenkins, ahead, and that the"the road country to is going ; ing spurred to "arm, because others Miss Ella Mae Sapp of Hell- months in an agony which I could (OFFICIAL A. J.SEAL THOMAS) ,

Green 6835; B. J. Kelley, 20.00: 62.50: I. J. Keller, 75.00; Geneva I on recovery. 1 do." So, an increase Inl( the bronn Springs spent Monday night only Imagine. Many times in the Clerk rirotilt i
similar interviews
Charity Williams 20.00; Norman Hartley 50.00; M. E. Roberts, Among collected Navy and air force will be soughtb with her sister and brother-in-law, middle of dark and sleepless nightsher By Deputy J. K KELLY Clerk
the heads of
Johns, 5.00; J M. Reddish 40.00; 5000; Cleo Hadley, 50.00; Pearl by newsmen from the advocates of preparedness Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Conner. cry for relief must have winged T. J. JENNINCJS JR.
j I the government, there was one Friends of Mrs. O. L. Brown of Solicitor for Complain ,'ittl
Smith 50.00 Annie Louise
Jake Sapp, 3200; Dr. W. E. Mid- ; Tax experts in Congress take it its way into the mysterious eth- -Bt-12-a
From Chairman Jesse Jones of -
dleton, examining bus drivers, I 50.00; J. A. Jones, 65.00; Geneva RFC that the that for granted that there will be an this section will be glad to learn er of the universe about us. And _

30.00; Bill's Sign Shop numbering C. Williams. 50.00; Grace Robin- expressed hope" Increase of armament and they are that she is Improving.Mr. also, just as certain, seems the jvonrre OP !II H..: OF '1tt'a.t'l'lFlt' *

I son, 5000; A. V. Withers 79.16; there is a "definite upswing. and Mrs. Ben O'Neil of Fact that she will suffer "'l'KM i rba,
buses yet
2.50, L. O. Jones, 615. figuring out proposals to increase many NOTICE IS: HBItHHV ""I \ 1'\
H. C. Williams, 13.00. Throughout the country the Jacksonville were guests of her to I tllnl, 5' 'h en',
Pency Adklns bus Income taxes to for it. The more days come. thought: Dopele Qrlffla
t1p Insurance'l pay "
dally newspapers made first page brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and written request that 'th "\
2.08; Pency Adklns, ; E. L. Williams 200.00; Delle authorizations for these Increases How sweet death must seem In .Iflcate together WI"n" "'I.*.

Slade, bus Insurance, 3.65; Lester I Dowling, 101.33; Rosalind Williams news of Alfred P. Sloan's statement for new naval vessels was made at Mrs. L. U. Morgan.BOOTSEY'S. such bitter affliction. But so far luent omitted or leo ,id I. s S ""':

Slade 56.35 Rhames 6.00 76.00 Blanche Vandivlere but the newspapers of the .-- as I observed she was not railing by the State be advorti I I Ito *[
!fs4' ; George ; ; National the: last session of Congress. Now the highest blddei 1 i ""I i .':

Bell Reddish, bus Insurance, 1.78; I 63.33; J. H. Atkinson 76.66; Ruby Capital arose full-height the question is to get the appropri- BEACH against an unkind fate. provided by Chapti'i' 'I- "

'. Bell Reddish, 28.22 Ed Durbin, Mae Perkins, 69.67 Myrtice Carpenter to the opportunity as the Washington 1937 arts of the [.,-gl'i 1 JJJ n
: ; Herald announcedin ations for them. That will take a Mies EWe Crawford, Cor. It Is not given me to understand the following dencrlh il I ;

3500; J. S. Austin, 6.35; Sinclair I 5.22; L. M. Sponholtz confidently lot of talk and considerable log- why human beings are sometimes In the County of Hmdf '

c II 7600; J. M. Whittimore, 125.00; a big, bold first-page streamlinethat rolling-but, the money will be A large crowd from this sec brought to such a condition of suffering Florida, towit! ',
I declared: "All Nation Sees Lots 19. 20, 28 21 u"r
k -- Eva Anderson. 72.83; Eunice Sear- voted. tion attended the Revival at Ever- in this life, but my heart lawn Sec. 10 Tp I I'

Ing 72.83; Ruby Mae Perkins Upswing. containing GO acr- -. ""
green last week. was deeply touched with pity and

BUSINESSDIRECTORY I 6.33; Verna Demorest, 6.33; Florence Senator Lundeen, farmerlabc'rSenator Robert Crawfordand Her her homeI lore, I
IN FORCE Mr. and Mrs. compassion. name, : The taxes to he ....III") .t
Brown, 75.00; Florence Brown from Minnesota, said: "I daughter, Esther, C. E. Crawford t do not know, but Lord, I apologize -, by certificate N.... t tl" .<> J:.
know that The Federal Wage-Hour law is 11 It 1931 renpectlvelv .n'" .;
don't of I
I 1208. any industry and Mrs. Sallie Blackwelder for worrying You with my ,
II Harmon Morgan. 30.00; M. W. I would rather see show a pickupIn now an effective fact. It has that been everybody were visitors to Worthington I little troubles this morning.-The unpaid! : hoth e"'nI'r.I" : u;, 'It ,
talked about for so long
, Morrow 101.33 H. B. business than the auto Industry I Chambers County News. 1HOH.1. cIt'
I ; Wiggins, should know what it is all Springs, Sunday. I Halil, tax certlflcatvp. i -. ,,'5
61>.66; Lorraine Smith, 53.83: Floy Washington remembers and 25: cents Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Sullivan! ill BiibHvqiient om III. 'I I "
about. The Act specifies n"
,, Sullivan, 60.16; Ophelia Bryan talks about the time the automobile In and family of Jacksonville were Actual work haa begun on Standard taxes will he sold ti .c.> <*' ,.
The drink an hour as the mlnmum wage bidder at the fourth > 'MrItarke
.- 69.66; I. B. Cody, 120.33; Verna Industry shifted into high-gear each to be reached as visiting his mother, Mrs. Jean Oil Terminal in Panama City, on the ISth dn) N 1

that Sheffield, 66.50; Emma Hill 69.66; several years ago. It led the coun- Industry, out Gaskins, here Sunday. to: cost in excess of $200,000. 19:18.: at II ::00 o'clock \ M I 10
1 of the rapidly as possible. Carrying Dated this the ZUtli "1 1ier
; try out depression. That W. H. Green and
72.83 and
Blanche Edwards, ; Joyce Mr. Mrs. -----
of the 1 193$.
this Intent, the enforcement MCS'FF.ft'M !tl.K
everybodyknows Futch 95.16: ; TIn Reale, 72.83: exactly Is the reason why the Na- Inasmuch family of Lake City, were visit- NOTICE IS HKKKBY GIVEN that (OFFICIAL, SEM.)
Jewell Roberts, 76.00; Mrs. L. H. tional Capital entertains a buoyant act will proceed very slowly Ing his son and daughter-in-law, Under and by virtue of a final de- A. J. THOMAS. ,
r hope right now that this same as it will have to watt on ".1'''. nf foreclosure made and ren- Clerk of Cir'tIBradford "
Green here over
Futch, 79.13; Helen Cody 79.13; different Industrial committees. Mr. and Mrs. Bill leritd by Honorable A. Z. Adklnii, Collie

' Lois Mayes 72 83; Lillie McRae, thing can happen again. the week-end. Judge! dated the 8th day of Novem 1l-4.at-I1.18.

l .. hci', A. r). 1S38, In that certain CHUM '
69.66 Ruth Frazier 58.83 Cleo
5nOT. ; ; wherein I* II. Alexander was and I Is OTICB OK Apat.lCtTl0lFOlt
: Andrews, 43.33; Norman Johns, GRIM REMINDERThe CHAIN STOKE FIGHT iVOODLAWNSirs. F'lHlntlff and H H Whitehead and T'In; :.:,"

76.00: Luvertla Shepherd, 69.66; 20th anniversary of Armistice The Pat man bill is designed to others were and are Defendant, In (Ole.,,'. ...III10.: *
Oscar Carter Cor. which final decree I. M. F" Blown, NOTICE HI IIEHEBY *
Lubedla Johns 44.33; Mae Wells. : Day was a reminder that the squeeze out nationwide chain >va* appointed Special Mauler to n. 1oJ.o'orMyl"". holder .,r d'tltlcate '

COCA-COLA CO. 57.00; Arthur McRae, 66.50: Essie world was not "made safe for stores. Higher taxation would levy upon, advertlne, and. offer fnr I No. 18nT issued th"filed l.of 'tI..\
of Jacksonville uilu the lancln therein deHcrlbed I, 1933, has
Jim Hersey A. D.
Crosby, 43.33; Madallne Crosby democracy" by the World War. drive them out of business-pre- here the til Special' Mantvr aforenald. have I j In August my office, and has mad' 'I,)I""

, WE ARE 43.33, G. E. McGauley, 91.83; Agnes Officials in Washington, though.aren't sumably to restore the Independent spent the week-end as levied upon and will on the 6th day ,Lion for a tax deed to be. 1UCthereon. ""
guest of her parents, Mr. and of December. A. D. 1938. at II Said certificatehe 'mb
PRESCRIPTIONEXPERTS Knowles, 133.00; Melva Crosby wasting time crying over merchants. Great political factorsare 'clock A. M. of said day In front described .r'',
I f
6.20; Mrs. Mabel Wall 15.80: ; spilt milk. Believing they read correctly lining up on both sides of the Mrs. J. S. Norman.Mr. .,f the Court tlnnac door In Htarke, I the County ;of Bradford. .' L
d. and Mrs. Walter Underhill iradford County, Florida. offer for '.
( to-wit:
Florida Bank at 8709.33 the country's sentiment 'lorlda. -a'
Starke ; question. ,
[ Mr. tale and receive Md for the pur- 1 Half of Northeai. 'v
of section were visiting North
CARPENTER'SThe Madge Middleton 79.17; Ruby Lille they are pushing a broad programof Congressman Patman Is said to Rising ehace of the followingdescribed Section 19 Township ?
J. S. Norman Sunday lands, to wit
and Mrs. :
Rexall Store I v. 8550; Leola Roberts, 79.17; national defense preparedness.Behind have the support of 100 to 200 'lance 22 East. contain. -
afternoon.Mrs. Acres, or
h Kitty Housed, 60.16; Evelyn Rltch all preparedness mechanIsms members of the House, which of Indlantown IN TOWNSHIP SnVRV' (7t.> MOUTH The assessment more of ttu Op.,?.
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SEE ME BEFORE YOU WIRE 69.67; Edna Prevatt 72.83; Ernes- military experts say, lies the shows that his bill has an excellent Mr. and F.ART, THE FOLLOWINO'A ((22) rty under the said certlll< ?
her "
Estimates tine Buddlngton, 63.33; Edna Hart, problem of raw material. AmerIca chance. That's why the master Is visiting parents, ; J tied was In the name
Cheerfully 5
I Mrs. J. M. Rosier. I of Section One O) Drake.
Given I 79.17; Luclle Edwards, 6350; Mad- lacks In whole or In part, 21 chains have accepted the gaugeof Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Carmichael Houlh (a>4> Half of North.: Kant Unless: said "...rllflel'h" .

eline Andrews, 63.33; Willie Mae strategic raw materials, accordingto battle. (NK"4) Quarter nf Honth-Fn.t I IIII'L deemed accordingtc thei' \,

E. A. WINKLERRadio i Hinson 72.83; Bynum Perkins, : the War Department. Many and children Rosier and and Mr.children and Mrs.of ((MM-1: Quarter Section Ten ,I,property aid to the described highest bMd"n ??h,-

69.67; Mildred Morgan, 63.33; Eth- we now Import have to cross thousands Horace South-Went' ( Quarter of ''ourt house door on th 'j.;(
Electric Service PastureW. Gainesville attended month of De" and I Plants Grass Ocala and North-Rant swl/.H) Quarter; Say In the ,
el Blgga, 72.83: Dow G. Beck, of miles of ocean. Rut at Evergreen Sunday. South-Went f : Quarter of 'which U the 8th day >' '

PLUMBING 70.83; Grace Wainwright, 100.00; comes: from Malaya and the Dutct Hogan Smith, Bradford church South-Knit (SF:',> Quarter of 1 1035. tarflatted

Verna Demorefct, 69.67; Lucille East Indies. Bauxite, to make County cattle owner, Is planting Mrs. Gladys Carter, Mrs. Myr- North-Went (NW14) Quarter; and this 18th dovB3S
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Prompt Service at Gaskins, Mrs. J. M. Norman NoUlh ((1'1'*) Half of North-Kant I .
Kennedy, 63.33; Jessie Lee Lazen- aluminum, from South America. carpet grass seed on 11,000 acres tle JJKVl\ Quarter of South-Went I OFFICIAL SEAL)
Reasonable Prices semi-muck land In and Mr. and Mrs. Sinclair Mo e- '"WM) Quarter of Section EI.v..AII A. J. THOMAS,
by; 72.83; Dorothy Swanborn Manganese from Russia, Africa of muck and -
Let Me Estimate Your Job I church at Evergreen en ill}: Clerk ot Clrcul'I' 'JXPAGE
I attended
63.33 72.83 India and Brazil. from his to improved Icy I
; Evelyn Stump, ; Myr- Tungsten program provide of section Thirteen (t 3.: Bradford coeeauy

C. M. RITCH win Long. 9500.: China. Plenty of manganese, Indi pasture for his stock. Sunday. South ((5t',) Half of South-Rant. I lO-l-St-ll.U.:!


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STAFF TORNADOES LOSET I Seniors Conduct I Primary JinglesFirst Boy Scouts MarchedIn What Would Happen Armistice Program i I

!\MES Brtitor-ln-Chlet!IE'VELL; O CHIEFLANE Assembly TuesdayMiss Armistice ParadeThe I f .-. Held Friday Morning t i II

Grade News
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t Z ADKINS, JR. Juanita Is the only. one on the Local Boy Scout Troop No. Mrs. Dowllng's 10-B English The Armistice Day program; was I
Opponents Win With .
'nnl Editor-In-Chief Stump's room was in .
In front of the
i Honor Roll. class didn't have to write themesIn held on the grounds
Lost Minute charge of afternoon 70 marched In the Red Cross pa- :
assembly Tuesday ; R,
Reporters: ,, TouchdownThe It E. J. came back to school after rade on Armistice Day. The Scout- ink? building us there is not room tor ,
opened by sing-
'1 T'",'' 'i" nmethlPerrymanh I everyone long absence. his Assistant had been Katrlna? the whole school in the auditorium. '
Jr. ing the "Star Spangled Banner" a ij master and Perry didn't like eleven
at .
TP,' ,1 a' Smith, Mary. Edwarda, Tornadoes lost 0-12; but which was led by Miss Stump. Renzo has been slfk. drilling the Scouts In marchingfor Mary didn't talk about basket i The program began a J
Murrhee. I o'clock with the ob
M I 1eideClara FlumeWAKNING they played their best game of the Taps were sounded by Arch Thomas Mrs. Brown, our 'music teacher, some time in preparation for ball 7The ; minute of silence in commemoration 1,I

Jr., and immediately after the says we are doing good work in this event. Some of the Scouts 10-D students could agree? '
of the Armistice
year Friday against Chief land of the signing 11'
I taps we had a few minutes of our music. were in the Official Scout Uniform It didn't rain on the wrong day raised the ;
The Scouts
The Tornadoes kicked off to Chief Boy
Mlddletol'l"Teacher.We and the others wore civilian
Th' .editor wishes to warn alltudents silent prayer In regard for the sol- M. every week? Flag to half mast while taps were

about a certain love-bug land to start the game. They were diers who went overseas duringthe clothes. 10-D had more students on the sounded by Arch Thomas, Jr. This j

I I| held still for three downs and had World War and did not return. have learned to make all the The Troop was led by the Scout- Honor Roll? followed by a by Rev. '
was prayer
Iur j eHehlrcases havealreadyr I to kick. The ball was fumbled and Then the Flag Salute was led by ABC's. We can write our first master and next out in front was There wasn't any chewing gum? Frank Robinson. I,' '

leporteci and are under close ob- Chlefland recovered after a nice Bob Long. Next was a poem "A name and are learning to write the Troop Scribe carrying the Dorothy was on time? Rev. L. A. Shepherd Introducedthe

Lrvation If anyone see a new thirty-three yard,gain. Again they Patriotic Creed" by Edgar A. our last name. Next week we will Troop Flag, and the Senior Patrol speakers, who are members .I

[ please report it to( tho prop- i were held and had to punt. The I Guest which wan given by Juanita begin writing words and sentences. Leader carrying the United States Betty Green made an A? of the local American Legion Pont. ,
use I ball was again fumbled and again McKenzie. Alma] after them were didn't lose an eraser in
Ir ( ) I Murrhee gave a Ruby Lllley Teacher. Flag. Immediately Gayle L. D. Vining and A. J. Thomas "
L; ttnoheymay, be quarantined;I Chlefland recovered. This time I short talk on "Armistice Day" the Four Patrols; the Wolf, the every Economics test? i both made very inspiring addresses ;,,
the ball was almost on the Tornado I The last' number number the the But, the Mochlan. "
rfor, vr have an epidemic. Here'sI on Second Grade News Panther, Virginia had black hair ; emphasizing the Ideals of : :

'hUt all here sick will pull I!]'goal line. Evans Studstill from I'' program was a poem "Our Duty We have four new pictures for The Patrol Leader of each Patrol Betty Phillips didn't get letters peace and right living f'

pirn< nil I happily. Chlefland went over for the first': I to the Flag," by Edgar A. Guest our room. They Are nice big ones. was on the right side of his Pa- and ride In new Fords? Following the addresses :Mrs !,

\1" --.--_ ___-. touchdown. The try for an extra, and presented by Doris Strickland. We have lots of pretty colored trol and carrying the Patrol Flag. Lorena Polk would ever talk? Mabel Wall led the assembly In a >,

!IUUOKAPIIV OF point was no good. Chiefland then Then the program was turned autumn leaves around In our room. Thus the Scouts staged n very effective Girls didn't squeal when they singing some of the songs popular :

EDIT; ROVE kicked off to Tornadoes and the over to Mr. Williams who gave We've also colored some flowers parade. saw a bug? during the World War, finishing ;I'

iun. i 16. 1921, was not only a bull was downed on the Tornadoes some Interesting facts about Ar- to make our room pretty. Arch Thomas Reporter. Iris was five feet six? with "America." I '

,unnlay in Lawtey, but an 22 yard line. After three tries the mistice Day. We then had a short Everyone in our class has a Job. W. H. didn't help with pro-I Rev. Shepherd made announcements t'r'

venttul one as well. Lawtey Tornadoes were forced to punt. pep meeting and were dismissed. We all work together to keep our GRADE NEWS grams? concerning the activities of i,

,nd Macflenny were engaged in a The man carrying the ball foiChlefland r room very clean.] 10-D didn't have a new flag? the day and then dismissed the r

errltli baseball game. After many was hit so hard that he Band and Orchestra Kitty Hogsed, Teacher. I2-S Entertained 12-1 I group. '

,hrilling Innings of hits and runs fumbled and Starke recovered. The 12-3 entertained 12-L Friday Foreign. and domestic commerce fh,

wtey won. Tornadoes then opened their bag News Third Grade News morning during home room period through six Florida ports in 1934 SUPREME JSI\IIST: ;{ t, +:
of tricks and went over for ai! Our handwork, "The Indian." tons
older Rowe children were with an Armistice program in the weighed more 8,000,000
The. interested spectators. i touchdown. They were unable to, I The B. H. S. orchestra came In'I Before Columbus found America auditorium. and was valued at nearly $268- Ain\ example of youthful pessimism iji j /
:her >aa make the extra point. The rest 01' to being a month this there Indians in j
told that if ago Friday, were our country 000000. wan. provided by a little I
they were they i First of the Father
There! the half was mostly a kicking duel under the able direction of Mrs. America.We was a scene "
'I -- colored boy who was about to .!li'
'hurried would receive ,
home they telling his family goodbye before
tub I with neither team doing much. Mabel Wall. The orchestra Is have been studying about Indians. Building permits in 28 Florida start on a Journey. It was the first "
!, surprise. Expecting a big In the second half the Tornadoes I composed of Grace Dew Brunner We have Indian dolls. going: off to war. The characterswere '
I j two cities during 1930 totaled approximately time he had ever traveled, and his
If cream and some candy, they Ernest Lorena Rosier
lei : Phillips, -
home. On their showed a little more spunk and,:!I Baker, violins; Grace Barfleld, They are an Indian squaw and $47,000,000; an increase of mother told him to write his' name 1 l
.mmediately ran Pauline Jordon, Mnrzie Howard -
: Iin the third quarter it looked as II flute; L. M. Gaines, Arch Thomas Chief "Bully Good." We drew a more than 60 percent, over the fig- and address on a card and keep It 1 ,j
arrival they were not greeted by Alma Murhee, Gladys Garrett. i
announcement of big tub of they might score but Chlefland'sline .,.1 Garland Godwin, trumpets; Emmett picture of an Indian squaw and an ure for 1933. Permits in the flrsl in his pocket. He wrote: "+I
a During the scene several girls
the buckeled down and they had Perrymnn, trombone. Indian Chief. month of 1937 totaled almost $3- "In case of accident dla was ., "

'in(, Team or some by candy their, but father.were i to kick. In the beginning of the, V I I The orchestra meets fourth perl- Written by Shirley Arnett. and Fires boys sang""Keep the Home 000,000 aa compared with less than Johnny Jones" Sanford Herald, Ij I
promptly quieted Burning, accompanied by
I fourth quarter Starke again made' .!od on Friday afternoons. We have Teacher, Mrs. Biggs. $2,000,000 the same period of 193(1.( anti Tribune.
blessed the recent
by Edwards the
The\ were a drive and Mary at piano.
cute i wer$ finally stopped had but two practices to date, be-
arrh',ii of a baby sister. This on the Chiefland two yard line. cause of the school activities on This. week is book week. We are Next was a poem "The Unknown I 1

iti! "indie, was named Edith. After an exchange of punts Chief Friday. putting/ a program In chapel for Soldier," by Pauline Jordan.. FUNERAL HOME r'
Liiu'' Edith grew as little girls land took to the air and out ol ----. book week. We are, also making Our program was concluded by ,;

?!r. ,ml was soon graduated five passes In which four were posters about books. We all like i veryone singing "America." Full, hue of CUMltrtn C Undertakers Supplies' i ,.

from the Lawtey Junior High : complete, went over for a touch' I HONOR ROLL books very much, and are hopingto AMBULANCE. MK It VICE '

xm; m February 1938. She down. A pass for the extra point get more for our library soon. Grade to-n( HAY ANU NIUIIT I'

,II oJ! high school In Starke In was knocked down making the SK:('OM) :MONTH OF SCHOOL! Miss Buddington, Teacher Mrs. Dowling is reading to us 53 I'HONE 33 ,' r-
Sep; << mher of the same year, and score 12-6 in favor of Chlefland 12th Grade "The Hoosier Schoolmaster," by ;R'I
no" il t '10 Starke in January of the The game ended a few minutes Hazel Brown, Gladys Garrett Honor Koll KRgleslon. It is really interestingand "A '

'eD K.t7); where she has made I later. Lorraine Hartmunn, Lorona Rosier FIRST-Juiinltu Anders, Jo Ann we all enjoy it. !
nan' tilends.Eiti'h. Starke was penalized during, I Edith Rowe, Peggy Stanley, Dlnkin's. An Interesting Flag Program

like all normal girls, has the game ten yards while Chief I Bertha Taylor, Louise Warren. SECOND-Myrtice Warren Leslie was held by our room Thursday

in' ales and dislikes. Among her land was penalized five, and out j I llth Grade Griff, Beatrice Bennett, Dor- morning. A new flag was put up. I

Ike. are dancing, swimming, bosci of seven passes Starke completedone I I L. H. Harper, Geraldine Hall othy Holton Betty Powell, Van Mr. Williams was invited and lead

< ball and football games, lots ,, while Chipfland, out of thirteen Herbert Blouersettle, Milo Spon- Priest, Dan Priest. Pltner Vandl- us In the civilian salute He re

,t noise, and mostly to talk. She i i completed five. Five of holtz, Leland Sponholtz, Clara Mae vlere, Betty Flynn, Vivian McRae mained for the program. The I

,lisliki s spinach and work. I I Starke's were incomplete and one I Harley. Idell Landrum, Anna Lue Hill- scripture reading wag read by E. I

Edith's, ambition Is to be the ,, intercepted while eight of Chief- lOtli GracIe house, Patsy Dew, Geraldine Cox, L. Grlffla. Three interesting pieces

prl\'ftt, secretary of the President :i land's were Incomplete. I Virginia Padget, Gayle Sewell, June Caldwell, Janet Anderson, were read by Iris Crews Mary

of ,rile United States. i The Tornadoes made ten first I Grace Barfield, Alta Smith, Louise Doris Moncrlef, Madge Brownlee, Townsend, and Ralph Nettles, A
Stern. Audrey Moore, Peggy Ann Wig- FItig song was sung by Betty
Inch downs while Chlefland made eleven -
This! cute little five feet one I I I .
9th Grade Green.
blond has one special Interest. That I gins.THIRD
Carrie Bell Bennett Mae Par- June Bell, Horace Dyal I
nterest Is six feet two Inches of Inman Green made the touch-
ker, Enos Hayes Othma Haynes. Homer O'Neal, "Elizabeth: : Cox, Grade 8-A 1 1 1j
'he University of Georgia. down for Starke while Evans Stud-
8th Grade Rebecca Simpson, Ona Demorest, We are sorry that we have lost .
Edith Is a member of the Lit- still and Ralph Brown made Chiefland's. I Nina Bishop, Kathleen Wilder, Janette Priest, Miriam Hornsby, one of our best pupils, Kathleen j A .1sse'ceew'

tle Women, the Glee Club, and the Mildred Anderson, Ida Lulu Dayls, Audrey Ann Prevatt. Louise Manning Wilder. She has moved to St. Au-

Sub Deb. If there were any more Starting Line-ups I Shirley Collfy Billy Patray, Jlm- Annie Lee McDaniel Shirley gustine, and we shall miss her.

racial circles In Starke, I'm sure Starke Chlefland I mie Griffis, Gloria Buford, Clarice Arnett, Ray Harrell, Claud Johns, Our history class has just fin-

Edith would belong to them be- John Torode Carol Cannon Thomas. Edwin Williams Joe Montieth, Billy ished studying about the War with

cauHt' she has a personality which Right EndA. 7th Grade Smith. Mexico. The Campaigns of General +

makes your very toes tickle. Z. Adkins, Jr. Clyde Swlely I Virginia Sewell Roberta Whit FOURTH-. B. McKinney, Taylor and General Scott were ; .c M" J

Right Tackle field Bishop Myrick, Marjorie Davis Willie O'Neal Franklin Young, interesting.We : :=u.
Chapel ProgramThe Ernest Phillips Guard Morris Allen I Fay Yarbrough, Dorothy Fax- Esther English!: Jimmy Bradley, had a good Mother's Day

Right on, Phyllis Martin, Donald Bag- Esther Grlffls Gloria Cooper. program In our room. Two mothers ? 4
Harold Griffis Maurice Faircloth
Mrs. R J
well. visited us. They were
two seventh grades were
Center ANSWER Gene Davis and Mrs. A. C. Simmons.
In -- Long.
charge of assembly recently.Their
Jimmy Sewell Foster OnengtonLeft Work has begun on a South Or- --. Nina Bishop ranked first in the : r. wr
very interesting program
"was, is follows: Guard ange avenue business building in One hundred and ninety-four eighth grade this month. She had

George Silcox James McIntosh Sarasota costing $20,000, by Robert persons were legally executed in three A's and one B on her report

The. Bible Reading was followedby Left Tackle I S. Cain of Pittsburgh.ELEMENTARY. the U. S. In 1938. card. For the first month Ida Lulu

the Lord's Prayer. Everybody' Charles Priest Ralph Brown I Davis ranked first with four A's. -

then sang "Swannee River." After Left End I So far as we know this is the high. G

the Flag Salute, we were favored L. H. Harper J. V. Home made ..... .
by any pupil.
with a piano solo "Balloons," QuarterbackCleon ::11-1 ECHOES II Sara Barefoot, Reporter. a ,....".- loYA gypt yIa I Am. Irtdl I

by Virginia Sewell. Ray Silcox Wooten Evans Studstill I.".' Hom ra1& _.me.. sr.M.re Qom I'um! g y,
gav, a reading "It's Up To You." Right QuarterbackBob .....,..a- I 1' J 'L'O
Junior Clues .
I \1f'I' '< a Cod..atrrap e.r _
A long, "Blow the Man Down" Long Billy Harper I" Sixth Grade street; black board, Walter Dew The Juniors had a class meetingIn 001JblS_ 1/e/"+.w-! .. N I I T T. .. d lme, m
\was I The of the early Greeks and Mathews trash can, Nern. feur.d --+ !,,
sung by ten boys and girls. Left Halfback study Roger ; the auditorium Oct. 9th. They Joto'lolll" ::: t yI e.d r .
Roberta Whitfield gave a piano( i Inman Green Elmer Home has been very Interesting. We Jerome Johns; book cases, Betty decided on the play which Is"Mlima's g Joto-:' :" __ll sw. o a a0e. Slorl.. I I rr i '
lobo 'Liebestram.' The program FullbackThe have read several stories about Turner and Anice Green; flowers, xgo" S0Cl4 .... Ard.l/ey j yr I .
was cloned with a song, "In the I captain of Chlefland was them, and have drawn pictures of Alescla Nogel and Margaret; win- funny and Baby If you Boy.have It forgottenhow Is really A apeB....IIIf v' c \fLe .-- i A 0 des.e&I rd..d >r t'i'

Little! Red School House," by Mon- Clyde Swlely and for Starke John their warriors, chariots and ships. dow and shades, Marlon Manningand to laugh then don't miss this a ysaSaddM 1 A 0 4 GvAar.pre d +1a. I np

teen Warren'' singing and a group Torode. Next week we will continue this Gerald Griffis; desk inspec- r t.rld 17nre koalery Rorn. 1 n : st
play. The date has not been set, ..... I r Q
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helping] on the chorus. study. tors, Wanda Pearce and Merry but it will be some time in Novem- :t a.. '11 110 .fie -:: I .,. r1 ate

Mammy Sez: Our class has brought one dollar Beth Knight; pictures on boards, ber. Mrs. Newn Wainwright Is I 0'1 Tr 0l tfrllaae 6re..

and nine cents for the Red Betty Turner; program, Hazel a I\1Y. 100\1\ I .,.
School Patrol going to be our coach with the assistance 0... _
Boy I Cross. We have enjoyed reading Fields and Lela Rae Caldwell. fedot a yIIa 0 ;
I know dat you cblluns must i' stories and poems about the World Mary Lee Overstreet, of Mrs. Jack Williams 0""" ,. 1>1 sT ,,,,

The patrol 1 is getting along fine I ob had a Joyful time de ober week- I'I War. Most of us memorized the Reporter. Out at the game Friday we made wwa.d -- i? ;

and now the boys know when and end from dose gleeful expressionson poem "In Flanders Field" by John Miss Morgan, Teacher. $9.60. .

where to go( on and are very good your faces Monday morning.And McCrae. -- .

about going on duty. There are from dose class recitations I I' We elected new class officers ; War Songs By d doma

plenty of boys to go on all the think dat everyone forgot to study. Monday for this month and they Fourth Grade Glee Club I BOo OrrEll ! We missed teacher while she 1ALT aALL
wants to dat she our nva rot711
posts of Mammy say
The Is made Bernard
patrol up working. -
I surely presides
Scouts as only Scouts can be on thinks de boys played good foot- I are each morning during morn- was away last week. We liked H.wipoper.1 Ye. : This I Ti' :

the patrol. There was a change I ball Friday evun if when dat dere I ing exercises Warren plans the Mrs. Williams who was our teacher Last Friday, November 11th, the 'i I 42SE.SB }$2:10 =; }$2:40
for two days annual Armistice '
to leaders: Arch{. Thomas Sonny> Cooter started running and they program Marian taken care of the program,I
him. He Some mothers visited our room was drawn to a close by
Haynes and Buddy Davis were| was about not to catch flowers and has brought three new everyone '
for on Mother's Day. We hope they participating In three favorite war- OFFER Ira I OFFER NO 4
Dladl' captains and lieutenant. : shore did gain some { plants. Each officer is doing his This W.._>. I Tr. ALL FOOT nJ.W._, _,I Y'. AU In:
Frank Robinson, Reporter. us. All members of our class are come again. time tunes: roa O'li* Maq i duty. We are that Dorothy JohnsIs "Pack Your Troubles,"' 2MavenlB.pA 2 ..... A .
I I wants to congratulate de senior I' trying to help make school life sorry Up }[ 25 ..Qrogp }$2.55frcQiop
sick. We miss her and she .
We Wonder Why. class for dere fine choice ob i more pleasant. will soon be back. hope "There's"Keep the a Long Home, Long Fires Trail Burning," and, 14..'araapMaCaU'l B 3 Uqa B

I sponsors. Dey all looked so nice Mrs. Searing, Teacher, .. .. ,
I. In Geography we are studying three verses of "America, with
1'\: i yone was so excited at I and pretty. Leo Cooper, Reporter. about the Eskimo of the Far the Junior and Senior Boys and ,1ll r08 =1' I( a
School Friday? Dose seniors were disappointedsince North. It's lots of fun painting Girls Glee Clubs leading, under S-\a--\ II E

The juniors try so hard to make I all ob de alumni didn't come Eskimo scenes the direction of Mrs. A. E. Wall. ""1'.r-r" ", 171 }}$2.25

money? out to da reception Friday nightat We have been studying about Miss Edwards Teacher, The different divisions of the ,\ .r..Tf!"" g JnWU.uQ _

So m'any were absent Friday? i de club house. I think dat de I the Mediterranean countries. They Dorothy Barnhill, Reporter. Musical Department are active not -. .. ..

Anyone would miss the ones who were dere enjoyed It I are very interesting only In the school, but participate I xeeed. : ALL 0Jn1'nnW

COrning football game? Home-I' Betty Hayes brought some Wee Davis Gunter has been sick and ,often in outside activities as well; _'* W tl4 l

Everybody likes short lots.Dose Little Women had a most I Wisdom magazines to us. We have will not be able to come to school 'which should make us even more Hoed SMtM InmilmwirApn r..r.' I J: }$2.10TIIDI

hush' successful dance, I think. Nearly I enjoyed the stories for the remainder of this month. proud of the excellent work done rd

------. everybody went and had a good I Isaac Owen has been absent two We are sorry he can't come to 'with the choruses by our director !

weeks. We hope he will soon be school for we miss him very much. and supervisor, Mrs. Wall, ) \.
Guess Who?
time.We were all so glad to see some back. We are glad to have Hey- Last week we drew pictures of even more aware of the fact that I! 1I I

ob last years graduates here for de ward Drew with us again. Eskimos in kayaks and painted the Musical Department of B. H. /mllslsi) rt1msi

who There Is a senior In our class Homecoming. It seemed so nat- We gave sixty-one cents to the them with our Tempera paints 5.:: la an asset to the school many I
has dark brown hair, brown ural to see Dot and Harriet at Red Cross. Some of them were very good. more ways than one. '.

eyes and a fair complexion. He is school Friday. Dey said dat dey Lucille Kennedy, Teacher, Mary Weldon sold candy last -_. 1 --. blkL ....... -.I m.tab. .

veil liked by everyone. He Is aboutI thought we had a real good school Bryan Harrell, Reporter. week to get money for new books LIBRARY REPORT Bm_axlatl I ...w ........ p'kb i lam.I .

I feet and eight Inches taU and ills so we'll just: haf ta pat for our room. Mr*. Hart also There are 1,200 books in the 11rary. .....'.. ? n b ys.r a.wapg+.w '
Weighs 142 This boy isJry I year 0 Horn. 011.C /4.t PIlI- I
pounds. Hem on dere backs.I bought us six new books. We en- There are good books on ;

ithletlc' and has been one of hears dat de boys und girls dat Fifth Grade New Joy reading and also reporting on Ictlon. We urge all the pupils to I I
? players oa our basket- ead but to the books In good gals- ...a..rr.: +
the books. keep
class officers
ball Growl ober at We elected new /
'' i went to de Gator : 1
for This '
he : two :years. year I Gainesville had a moss wonderful : this week. Billy Orerstreet has Mrs. Hart Is reading "The Eskimo ondltlon. A reference book cannot '
-aa the R.P.DTm '
Our honor of being been elected president; Merry Beth Twins" by Lucy Fitch Perkins, be taken from the library with-

'heer Leaders. | time.Hoping vice Marlon to us. out special permission from Mrs. i iI.
for another successful Knight, president; I
aad ) .... '
Manning, secretary-treasurer. Mrs. Hart, Teacher, L S. Dowllng or Mrs. N. D, Wainrrlght tat.r
next '
V Fur.s> :In caused 1936., 26,673 deaths In the I I Homecoming Mummy.year I Aa reporter, Mary Lee Over- Joyce Moore, Reporter.. Jr. I --- la ser- >-loAtsO


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( rn-rad[ rd- nlo FederationOf I Willing Workers Meet f r BUSuST A TION-- Spl'<('' r -

fi I\4! Woman's Clubs MeetsIn With Mrs C. A. KnightThe FAVORITE elate Dr. editor William L ,C'1 '' '1lnl,
(of 111 use
r'\r'3ocietyJ Worthington SpringsThe 'I Willing: Workers, a Baptist I Schofield Blbll'.j'. I ''II
'' ,) 11 and 12 RECIPES Delaware '" '"''Inthnoa:
AOE S ,S : semi-annual meeting of the organization for girls Will I",, ,
Bradford County-Union County years of age held a meeting with the Tabel'nal l It, '" ""f It

; 4 ff I Iti Federation of Woman's Clubs was their teacher, Mrs, C A. Knight, w (Friday). Dr I', ''I, I I ''11''ehtreturned
{ at her Call Street 'I",
home West
held Monday afternoon beginningat on Delicious Corn Muffin from II tl'l'I I tuft\

ti Mr., and Mrs. Duncafi Giva I Alumni Entertained 3 o'clock in the club house la Tuesday afternoon at 3:30: o'clock. We have recently had numbersof the British slew 'u 1",,,, 1 L '"I t I',III.', and
Election of officers was held and cakes and other and '' "
Worthington, Springs with that recipes a( interestingI" ,oi l, gp.t<1
Dinner-Bridge Party I With Reunion and Reception chapter acting as host. Mildred Anderson was. named I tempting sweet dishes, and whenwe here last year. 'rl"" J'j", if II1ke!
president, Ruth Powell, secretary; I for M located at 11\\, asked Amelia Ray a recipe the f
( ; Mr and Mr' K a Duncanwel' At Club (House Friday Night i I The club house Is an attractive c (11'10'I f (
y Clarice Thomas,, treasurer an the she decided to give the following and Madison, and 'herry
: d last night at structure in "I Iv,, .
Thursday "
hosts log set oak '
grove. ,
tY'' The Senior Class of Bradford two captains were Selleta Sparks for corn muffins: 7:30: o'clock. ''?'l\'ln\ at
il a dinnei'.bridge, party, which was' The interior, which is, except for
+ High School was a thoughtful host I and Collette Green, captains of 2 cups of meal
enjoyed by a large number of the kitchen, one large room, was
corifly of the B. H. S. Alumni at a bril- groups one and two renpectlvely. 1 cup of flour ENG.\GE1\II'NT: 1\\ot
guests.' decorated beautifully with, chrysanthemums 1l'ED
liant reunion and reception staged Press reporter IB Ida Lee Silcox. ,. 2 eggs b WEUDINU I'L.N')1.' \) ..
Fall flowers were used about the in the auditorium and sun parlor and roses. Plans were made for giving a 1 tablespoon sugar l Mr. and 1\1"/1 IAISE\) \) \
room and the guests were seatedat of the Woman's Club Friday night The business session was called Thanksgiving basket and also for 4 tablespoons shortening announce KII'\\' hats! !
1 f small tables, which held attractive to order and presided Mrs. "'11/(0\/ \;,, ,IJ,, 'I, '
from 8 until 9 o'clock. The B. H. over by sending a Christmas box to orphans 2 teaspoons baking powder lad
l I HOME > b arrangements of yellow S. football tean and faculty were L. A. Canova, of Starke, who act- at Arcadia. 1 teaspoon salt approachIng their malII.! f 1

NEfCD) ',, and white chrysanthemums. Mon- also invited to be present. ed for the praeldent, Mrs E. A. 1111111'1.: l
I At the close of the meeting ice Add milk to make batter, and ,
t cards In gold andwhite McDowell of Lake Tiny
Butler she being
place -
FOR ogram The auditorium and Bun parlor cream was served to the follow- beat thoroughly. If sour milk is to bfr. J, FHv"lt,
marked each guest's! place. absent. The most important It I;: ,,,1,
were beautifully decorated with ing members present: Ruth Powell, used substitute soda Instead of New York 'o'or
Agree* ( After a course dinner had been streamers and hangings of black matter to claim the attention of Clarice Thomas Mildred Anderson, baking powder.Citizenship The r t"
honk} served, bridge was played, and the club was the election of officers wedding will I tlt ,J-, 1'1' ,,,, ,
v.the andrtd (school colors) crepe paper, Ida Lee Silcox, Collette Green, Sel -- soon all the al
astb g r, at the conclusion of the game It School colors for the coming year. The following W"clIIJt;; g"W1J,, I
: and orange ( ) crepe leta Sparks, Louise Sauls, Ruth
tSfowwiH'' that Mrs. D. A. Mon- were appointed by popularvote Program CHESTERTON, Ind.! Donald arrives from I'( "
was puper, large vases and pots of chrysanthemums Goodman and Esther English.
1 and will take office Kessler, age 8, thatched a box with (The Woman' Auu q
.ly home! 4 teith had made high, and as a and fern. The punchbowl the first r" (of the i
bouton- of the year: President, Mrs. A. Z. +--- By Woodmen Tuesday corn, stalks securing himself shelter Presbyterian Chu,. h ', :
//cbaracuf I f she was presented a ,
prize where the guests were ''n!
[' g f Jar tooIdered nnlre of silk flowers to be worn during the reception, was in the Adkins of Starke; first vice-presi- Baptist Study Classes The Starke Grove of the Supreme from the rain while waiting for a "WamBnleslI W'd, l I,' ::00

1 $ t J on the dress. For the men, E. L.. center of the sun parlor and pre- dent Mrs. C. D. Newbern of Wor- Have All-Day Meeting: Forest Woodmen Circle will :his school bus. His dog uses the early date 'Vakh out I','n,, "uII!!tber "

_ of tmpoSy 1 1i + :Matthews made high and was given siding were Misses Martha Wells, thlngton Springs; second vice- Members of the Baptist Wom- be host Tuesday night at 8 o'clock 'shelter where he awaits Donald's developments ) AdlI

to pu'' : a desk set. The bingo prize was Mary Edwards and Doris Strick- president, Mrs. Joe Hill Williams an's Missionary met last at the Woman's Club House to return at night. ---=: I
eratlonaIri- lot won by Mis C. A. Knight, and she land, all members of the senior of Lake Butler; secretary, Mrs. Thursday at the home of Mrs. G. the Woodmen of the World and I I ;

along i ,, was presented a cut glass perfume class_ Marcus F. Brown of Starke; treasurer W Ald d h Id _'L.ono> their families and to the general Woman's Club.. to
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4 man bottle, and for the men the bingo Mrs Marcus Howard of Lake public, which is most cordially invited -
The guests on arriving were meeting, with an elegant covered
Homet M. F. Brown, / Butler. I to attend. A Meet WednesdayThe
won by
was -
prize program picturing
greeted at the door by Miss Doshla dish luncheon being served at the (
this being a flash light and It was decided to lower local people and
Florida :i prize Smith and in the receiving line club noon hour. paying respect regular monthly programand

several ; ; ? key ring. were Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Williams, dues from $2 per year to $1.25. I The book studied was "For This to our pioneers of earlier social meeting of the Woman's

metbodi it Mr. and Mrs. Duncan had as and the senior class officers, A. Z. Reports were heard from, the various Cause days will be given. Club will be held Wednesday, November '
; which deals with the sub-
of the their guests: Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Adklns, Jr., Miss Clara Flume and | committees. I ject of foreign missions. Reviewing 23, at 3:30: p M. THE L
t4 t41n
eatabllslt J k t Miss Hazel Thomas. The program for the afternoonwas W. L. Silcox, Jr. .
Knight. Mr. and Mrs. D. P. Carpenter I different chapters were the
r? the r 1 Ht Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Mrs. N. D. Wainwright, Jr., pre- In charge of Mrs J. E. Manus following teachers: Mrs W. K. Has Birthday PartyW. 1937 showed a 22 percent In- SMILE ,
of Lake
reclp and
| | sided the short A. was very Jenkins of crease in cigarette
over program. Belford, Mrs. S. E. production over
convenlt; i'", "+ Brown, Mr. and Mrs. H. C. well received by those present. L. Silcox, Jr., son of Mr. and 1
Z. Adklns, Jr., president of the' 'Sparks, Mrs. L. G. Powell, and the previous year. of
housewr i W. B. Sewell First, a piano duet "The Electric Mrs. W. L. Silcox, celebrated his
u. ; Bitch, Mr. and Mrs. senior class, was Introduced and I' Mrs. R. L. Kemp. .
c orna Mr. and Mrs. T. T. Long, Mr. and made sincere address I Flash Gallop" (Richard Goerdeler) eighth birthday anniversary by
_ r a welcoming Enjoying this day of study and More deaths occurred in March
bust was rendered by Mrs. Grace Dukes giving a party for many of his PROTECTION
tted 4t, Mrs. O L. Beasley, Mr. and Mrs. to the large number of alumni and Miss Blanche Edwards. An fellowship with :Mrs. Alderman I friends Tuesday afternoon at 3:30: 1936 in the United States than in

Asa ortillf: f + J. E., Wilson, Mrs. Jeannette Kin- present. A. J. Thomas responded address "The Advantages of ClubWork were: Mrs. Annie M. Richards, I o'clock at the home of his par- any other month during that year. It 'Mm only come from

t nalH. Xfrn H. n. M"l.Pndon ftf Orhf for the alumni and expressed their Mre. li. L Brownlee, Dire. M. M. __._. d ad .
ror women" cuts Games and contests; a tnuate Inset'
ton ag 1 y ,, i; dii: and M'D: A. Mon appreciation to the committee of : ably given by I were en- I
'did h'! l I Mrs. L. F. Chapman was next. Following Morgan, Mrs. S. E. Sparks, Mrs. Joyed and refreshmnts were serv- .eel! Every element of
sys teith Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Demor- arrangements, to the senior class W. B. Alexander, Mrs. W. J.
Ep- and
bu.lnealolls l Mrs. Chapman, Mrs. W. H. ed to the twenty-two guests pres- worry fear Is taken
1 wnt
fendIng thad Z. Adkins, Mr. and Mrs. E. L. fine faculty Bradford High n'ow Heart" (Ernest Ball) and in conclusion G. Powell, Mrs. James Lewis, and the cent Is tmuill!
1 Matthews, Mrs. Ethel M. Biggs possesses. Both addresses were en- Mrs. J. H. Lord, Mrs. A. A. Jordan -
Mrs. L. A. Canova Sharon Hall Honored
mo and Mrs. W E Torode. tnusiusttcally received Mr. Thomas -I played I Mrs. R. A. Thomas, Mrs. T. LET' US WRITE
a piano solo "Lotus Land"
i of their It --- -- ------ I was the sole representative of Scott). (Cyril I .Harding, Mra. Ralph Cox, Mrs.H. Little Sharon Hall, 9-year-old

reaourc i his graduating class of 1915, as he I L. Hough, Mrs. L. H. Jennings, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. H. YOUR INSURANCE!

_ anton c I was, indeed, the only graduate that The Lake Butler Chapter invited I Mrs. R. L. Kemp, Mrs J. M. Sil Hall, was honored with a birth-
wi the Federation< to meet with them ..fit \Ve represent' nexcrnl tarps,
; dinner
/ day by her mother
r year. cox. Mrs. R. H. Cox, Mrs. W. K. Sunday,
been deb for the May, 1939, meeting. The with several relatives FLOWERS FOIl ALLOCCASIONS reliable companies In the
I In the roll call of classes the Jenkins and Mrs. Clyde Thomas, present.
The t invitation The Worthington Theft, Liability Annuity,
( class of 1938 (last Spring's was accepted. member of Y. W. A. dinner the large, three-layer
?preeent e BOYS !'GIRLS uates) had the most grUd-I' Springs club then serveda birthday cake with 9 burning, pink Life and Fire fields

1 present, and 1937 was second.The delicious salad course carryingout Miss Coleman Gives candles, was cut. Those enjoying In any designs. Also Flowers

=4J1 EnerConenNow! I committee in charge was the Thanksgiving motif dinner with Sharon were her Wired to anybody, anywhere JOHNS ANDWAINWRIGHT
mauoi Mrs Dennis Roberts was chairman Review At Book Club grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. L. S. for any occasion.
the officers and sponsors of the ,
1 which ifji? BIG senior class; Mrs. T. T. Long and of the refreshment committee The Book Club, sponsored by the Hutto, her aunts, Misses Carolyn, MRS. N. D. WAINWKIGHT
Vwing oiJr and Mrs. Wesley Roberts Edna, and Garnita Hutto and her
was Educational Department of the
/16 Miss Evelyn Stump, sponsors. The Phone 102 PHONE IS
1 I ; PRIZES IT class officers are given above. chairman. of the decorating committee. Woman's Club, met Tuesday night uncles, Oliver and Tlllman Hutto. -
Both ladles are from Worthington -
with Mr. and Mrs. D. P. Carpenterat
ons rv{ Glite I and boys-Co mo ''A' Transcribed popular music was Springs.
ink a look et th M 'J '7' -'\ played during the reception by their home on Washington Ave-
Uon, iKb ? t prlEtt-eight utefulprlii l J/ A'I Those attending from Starke
c for air st Eight (r f l W. Anderson, Jr., and following nue.Miss
_ useful. l prizes" for boytt brief intermission dancing under were: Mrs. K. G. Duncan, Mrs. L Gertrude Heerlng head of Alexander's"NEW
t And (Mra how salty.
A. Canova, Mrs. C. A.
Knight and the Book Club
you tmm enter IhltRcMll sponsorship of the Little Women'sClub department, presented
+ More Mrs. E. M. Davis.
hay andClrlConiMt. Miss Essie Coleman whouiuab
1 : Th was enjoyed by many of thosepresent
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biertft yy lI emimpls.Your chanceof inlet ;. interestingly!! reviewed "WIUl

fly tb t' grand winning,prltee/ one.,Is (limited of he Members of Woman's Club I Malice Toward Some," MargaretHalsey's STORE" .+
only by yourrrllllnIeceo ,
current non-fiction best
4 me v work. Get Marled Railway Express Agency plansto Asked to Pay Dues Now :
I now. I I''j' seller. The review was made more
'r.i. F IN\ erect a Panama City warehouse. Mrs. C. A. Knight, treasurer of realistic because Miss Coleman

the Starke Woman's Club, yester- has recently returned trip \ANNOUNINGThe
Prizes on display in our win- A REAL LINIMENTFor front a
AtaiJ day in a statement urged the ne- abroad, and she added some of her ,

i L LI Lr dow. Contest now going on.CARPENTER'S fifty been year the Ballard'i favorite Snow for easing Linimenthas the cessity the yearly of the dues club at members or before to pay the personal the experiences places mentioned in connectionwith by the arrival of a stock of Men's up-to-date

'$ muscles made sore by over-work: or to regular meeting Wednesday after- author of the book Clothing in the following styles

much exertion, strains, sprains, an< noon, Nov. 23, which will be held There were twenty-five
I bruises. Get a 30c or 60c bottle and in the club auditorium. This special persons r
it* Interested in literature who enjoyed -
,I keep it handv.CARPENTKR'S. '
; drive for funds Is made
? ,.. -- f r r I' being this pleasant and profitable STUDENT'S SPORT MEN'S ?
DRUG STORE because "the club Is almost finan-
meeting Mr. and Mrs. Car-
cially embarrassed," Mrs. Knight BACK CONSERVATIVESUITS
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; said. Dues may be paid either to .-. _
FLOWERS! Mrs. Knight or to Miss Mina Ma- Luncheon For SUITS ,,


,t i -. Marjorie Sue Middleton ALL WOOL WITH TWO ALL WOOL, 16 OZ.
) 5 ( I FOR ALL OCCASIONS Call 123-J NoticeThe
4 ALL Marjorie Sue .,,Mlfldleton, ten- PAIR TROUSERS BLUE SERGE ONLY .
1'' Woman's Christian Temper. year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
P4 ECONOMICALLY Y I ance Union will meet with the.; E. "L. Middleton, Jacksonville' ,

PROMPTLY ( president Mrs. F. A. was honored by at luncheon $19.95 $16.95
Scott, at her given
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MRS. L. G. POWELL Starke home on North Temple Avenue Saturday;!' by Mrs. W.,E. Middleton, h
It. this afternoon (Friday) at three Miss Madge Middleton and Mrs. E.

) itrR -- ----- -- _!!: o'clock L. Matthews, at the home of the Young Men'sg
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The patriotic colors of red,

4 i white and blue, suitable to Armis- 1

r ; tice Day, were carried out by the a

n nsfi use of red and white .roses and, Sport model with

white chrysanthemums. The, din- '
ing table was covered with a lace with 2 pair pants

cloth, and centered by a low bowl

,u of red roses and white jessamine, $21.00Men's J? e
and white candles balanced the
central arrangement. The place

.. cards '
were ornamented with =
v : New Felt
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a .s4 n lbabe American flags, and the favors

41 l l air w.y. .' e7R Ikek ro sae e d Ier r>S C were novelty candy dolls dressedin HATSThe

/ I t obtw tle.e tb41'1e ... otbea a e.r 1tP1 .. N red, white and blue. g.e F The best offered
"""?' third jp7 t eran7t 0epjN.of Qp aad Flof Q ., ar Invited to this luncheon were ever -

... --.d.Y-.. dk ntfarOYnb tb:owf o1 Wirer.. nh nine little girls, who last term at98c
l were Marjorie Sue's classmates
+tau tR a.
C lt.. T ;
e n Y, 3.85 fat when she attended the B. H. S.

Li' a eK, ? )? arh ffiJ.9d j t' Yoerabur g3.10 / Men's Better

,. pf ti t, -;.. Alpfnht x8.15 r'k Tos rr Y $9,75 Social Meeting At Quality
k .
>o $a-3
+ % ,
y 3J Pas torium FELT HATS
*. II )# 1JL'ASi'jy' on itow Trip
i ia S R Tlekee's The Rev. and Mrs. L. A. Shepherd -
I tCS' 'fGj; 1.98 to 4.50
tcl tt. STATc / were hosts Tuesday night to --- .
s the officers and teachers of the -

( ; m Ltr Baptist was Sunday In the School.nature This of a meeting get- All wool Blue serge trousers, $4.50 to $5.50 : TI

J together social affair and plans Mixed wool Sweaters for Entire FamilyMen's -

---*.. were also made for expansion of
he: Sunday school work. good Pajamas at _. __ $1.00

& ti N tl Games and contests were enjoyed Men's good Pajamas at _ __ ____ $1.00Men's
and a spelling match of Biblical -

: names was a feature of the No-Fade Shirts _ ___ $1.49

,l .i i f j ,Gb i bi 3TTl TrlT."I r"e 'A a entertainment.! Interwoven Sox for Men, 3 for $1.00
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J1 -- ers'! study course to be held the Friendly Shoes for Men - -- $5.00
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second' week in,,January.Mrs. Solid Leather Bona Allen Shoes $3.00 ALSO BOOTS FOR THE

_ Shepherd, assisted by Mrs. LITTLE FELLOWS _
r. Ralph Cox, Mrs. T. K. McClane

and Juanita Barefoot served sandwiches
pound cake and coffee to Trade at Alexander's where you get the most and best for less. Ev-

Ir wenty-flve persons. present. every article sold guaranteed a$ represented. Our Motto:
S'otice "Sell Cheap, Sell A-heap and Keep Eternally At It."

: sly, The of Woman's the Baptist Missionary Church Sod-will ALEXANDER

r.E meet Monday, November 21, at the & CO.

hurch for business and program
i iTT ii j
meeting. Circle Number Two will B. E. HATFIELD Mgr.

4Ah't,4 have charge of the program. -

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I Mrs H. L. Hough spent several'<< '' ROYAL REUNION IN PARIS I with God Every man ought to do::I Palatka was a seaport when
days of last week as a guest of Mr I
and Mrs H. J. Warlick of Val ,.... .. all In his power to further the Jacksonville was a Cow-ford.

Bits of dosta.I cause of peace, but It la quite cer- I

i Ii i I tain that in the present state of Does Bladder Irritation \ i iItH
Ii *' Its not normal -
i| The Rev. and Mrs. W. A. Fiach- the world there can not be any niitoiVx wariilnK "Dnnicir I i.
I| er, of Jacksonville, were guests/; such thing. Ahead" Your SBc. back If this 4-day I
I IDeal Nevis'CONCERNING text doe not help nature flush ex- e
I Tuesday evening: of Mr. and Mr --. c".e acid and other waMtttH from the I'! ,
T. J. Griffin and Mrs. Carrie kldn"yn. KXCOBH .aelde. can cause the ; ,
Drowning brought death to (V
Ritch. I Irritation roKultinn! In Rotting up i,
OUR PEOPLE, BUSINESS AND 1 ,, 973 persons In the U. S. during night. fr" r burning bai'kauhK. or log pain' Just ':,
1936. Of this 325
number. t
were re- ,
PROGRESS OF THE COUNTY ANn TOWNs nay. HukrtB ((25i to any druegtst..ovally ( j
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hoppenstedt ported as drowning In homes. I at Carppnter'a Drug Store. ,I,
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of St. Petersburg spent the week- \ .If'
end as guests of her brother-In 7s s

..........I.II law and sister Mr. and Mrs. E. A \

I \ Davis spent :Monday Mrs. D. E. Knight and her sister Winkler.Mr. ,
I dIe Mrs. Charles Larsen, spent HUNTERS l
IIcIl8'/ Thursday in Jacksonville .,, and Mrs. L. E. Jordan and j i ;it!
sons, Edward and Harold of Ovei- '
:Mon- I v r, it
I \1 t Brownlee spent '- do, were week-end guests of Mr 1 I
u t /RBonville./ Mrs. H. B. McLendon was, the I and Mrs. T. J. Griffin and Mrs r Ie DON'T j j..i! 1
week-end guest of her parents, Carrie Ritch. '
l' i.con made a business Major and Mrs, E. S. Matthews. (!* ., ,?OI BE CAUGHT :

Ii, KMonvl11e Monday. of ,. Mr. and Mrs. W W. Page and UNPREPARED I
"tc R.
u Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Scott Orlando. sons. Billy and Martin, of Lake

I D avis ".._'__. "'__.1.... were week-end guests of his ,, City.' were the .otiAutn.__.... r\f. UA.. *.* parents .>U' '-=- IJA n-, ._.._ "
:, !H 1.U..u".1 relatives. I parents Mr and Mrs.-F. A: Scott. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Stiuth ,
'. A',, J
L I i the, I >ukr of Windsor and the British royal family was marked I .
Long and Mrs. D. P.L' Beautiful !line of CHHISTM:
I last week by the meeting here of the Duke and Duchess of Gloucesterand
.' ,, 'nl, Ilrday. TIME: IS SHORT. at the University of Florida In ,' the Duke and Duchess Windsor, who are all shown above The & Opens '
Walt too long and It will be too I Gainesville, was here Saturdayand Gloucester, flew to Paris while enroute homo from Kenya Colony in \

H ,mond and Jimmie hod.-HOOVER BKOS. STUDIO. Sunday visiting his mother East Africa The Duke and Duchess of Gloucester are at left; the

jf,|, visitors to Gainesville Mrs. F. H. Long. II I|I Duke and Duchess of Windsor at right. Rumor has it that the Wind- t Nov. 21 :>

.. .1'i' Tnoon. Mr. and Mrs. D. P. Carpenterwere i, sors may go to England before the Duke's brother, King George, and "
In Orlando the first of the Mrs. T. J. Griffin and sister Mrs. { Queen Elizabeth leave for their visit to Canada and the United States I

ran" Mrs W. E Middleton week attending the Rexall con- Carrie Hitch were visitors in Jack in the Spring of 1939. !

ew ing a week at his campne vention.Mr. sonville Wednesday. While there" Just received a new fresh stock of Remington Keen ;,
Bluff Ga. they were guests of Dr. and Mrs.
) and Mrs. H. L. Hough had C. C. Mendoza. \\1LM\M LEMUEL.\ THOM\S: in opinion about anything there Is Bore Cartridges and Shells, Remington Sheath Knives,

as dinner guests Monday I William Lemuel Thomas, 81, the germ of discord and the seed '
| and! Mrs Marcus F. Brown eveningMr. Remington Target Blaster, Sport master and Speed-
r. were the guests of and Mrs. Virgil Hough of The Woman's Missionary Society well-known resident< of Starke for of war. There will be no peace until .
J lives children m Tampa Tuesday! Wed- Gainesville. of the Methodist Church will many years died early Tuesday Christ, the Prince of Peace, master Rifles, Ever-ready Flashlights and Batteries and o ohunter's
Thursday.. meet _Monday afternoon at three ', morning in the home of his son, comeR to establish His own Kingdom .
and I
ay Friends of Mrs. Lloyd Green will clock, in the church. Businessand !I Nlck Thomas, nere. Funeral serf on earth. David said "Great Head Lamps.BRADFORD '

I be glad to know that she Is con- program meeting f I vices were held at the grave in Peace have they which love Thy ',i:
valescing in her home after a I Hunt cemetery Tuesday afternoonat Law and nothing will offend
week's illness. Mr. and Mrs. Dallas Powell of, 3 o'clock with the Rev. W. T. them." Therein lies the only hopeof COMPANY
Lakeland were guests of Mr. and McGuire officiating. Pallbearers peace. You cannot expect men J: .
I Paul E. Canova who is employed Mrs. David Kelly last week. Mr. I were A. J. Grlffls Jim Sllcox E. to have peace one with the other .

as one of the State Auditors in and Mrs. Kelly have also had as W. Hayes, Arch Thomas C. A. if they have not mode their peace I,

i I Bartow spent the week-end here a recent guest T. J. Letchworthof !I'',I Knight, A. O. Andreu and Judge ---- --- .----- ..
with his family. of Greenville I E. K Perryman.
ARESIiflEI I I!I Mr Thomas was the son of Ali I

Miss Carolyn Hutto of Columbia Mrs Effie Johns and her guests,i'1 I Ian and Cynthia Cason Thomas THANKSGIVING NEXT THURS. :

S C., was the guest of her George! Unladen and George Bais-I and was born KVb 5, 1857 in Bradford
parents Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Hutto I den. Jr., and Mrs. H Adams of County. He was married to

f Furnished apart- over the Armistice Day week-end. Jacksonville were guests of Mr. I I Annie Fryer in 1887. He survived .
) nr> sirs>> J W. Morgan at I and Mrs. Freeman Johns In Lake'I both his parents and his wife He For your Thanksgiving Dinner we have a fancy selection Fancy }t
Store It i Milts Bertha Castles of New Butler Sunday afternoon. wax a member of the Church of ,
jar I Turkeys Fruits Vegetables Fruit Cakes Raisins Nuts Candies.
-- I port. Kentucky arrived here last I Christ. Y I ;
:: S\I.P'> New cotton bags, 3, week and will spend the winter Misses Carol White and Mary Survlvera of the deceased. are

aw KI pound sizes with ad- with Dr. and Mrs. M. B. Herlong.The Harriet Bishop returned Monday' four daughters Mrs Cora Dinlaon FRUIT CAKE Fruit Cake ,, :z!
u i. inil drawstring for ship- morning to Lakeland to FREE THREE
I resume (; of Hampton Mrs. Lily Carter of 1 Lb. 25c
p. an nuts In. White's Rev and Mrs. Frank Robin- their studies at Southern College| Valdosta, Ga., Mrs. S. B. Dlnison t1r.I
1-28-4t() son and their guest Mrs. J. C. after a visit here with their par- of Plant City and Mrs W. E. 2 Lb. 50c J
Peel Lb.. 29c
i. SALE New and used brickr Mills of Rutherfordton N. C., werevisitors ents. I Thornton of Starke; and four sons 4 Lb. $1.00 TURKEY HENS Orange ':
Lemon E'eel Lb. 29c
all purposes. Campvllle Clay in Jacksonville Monday.The Henry Thomas of Worthington
!acts lac. Route 31, Camp- Mrs. Charles Larsen of Lake- Springs Allen and Nick Thomasof Raisins, lb. 10c Citron I"eel, I.b. 2ge I:
Flu 10-22-4tp Woman's Chorus under the land Is the guest of Col.! and Mrs. 1 Starke, and Ed Thomas of Plant Walnuts 22c Given at Store Wednesday, : t
direction of Mrs. W. E. Murphree D. E. Knight this week. She was City; a brother, Roland Thomas Pineapple, I.b. 3ge I
RENT Attractive furnish- meets each Tuesday afternoon at accompanied to Starke by Mr. I of Brooker; and a slater, Mrs. Ja- BRAZIL Nov. 23, 1938, 4 P. M. Cherries, Lb. 3ge _',

)i unfurnished apartments. four o'clock at the Woman's club Larsen and Congressman Harden':, nle Stokes of Lake Butler. He had Nuts, lb. 19c w. Raisins, I.b. tOe !t '
i rte baths and garages. :Mod- building. All members are urgedto Peterson, who were enroute to 37 grandchildren and 16 great
Apply :Mrs. S. F. Hamrlck. attend regularly. New memo Washington, D. C. I grandchildren.The Candy, lb. lOc T.p T Grocery Currants"" pkg. tOe l

bers will be welcomed at any time. I DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Marshmallows Op Dates, pkg. tOe
II I I E. R. Struth was the guest of. Home bad charge of arrangements I'
Ir Figs, pkg. tOe .
r[ his father- and mother-in-law, Mr. | a 2 lb. pkg. 15c ,,I
All Prices Good '
'< ;
; and Mrs. J. H. Tatum In DeLand i S pc.I 1

NAT SEZ: ;I Saturday with night him and was Sunday.Mrs. Struth Returning 'I Butter, lb. 29c Nov. 18, 19, 21, 22, 23, 1938 Celery, ea. lOc ,I';,.
Last Tuesday night the Bible
Its pretty bud when hunting '
who had spent the week in DeLand
season starts on a Sunday as it with her I study was given at the Tabernacle.
I parents. .1 Dr. V. C. Kelford of Waterloo, Cheese Lb. 17c Lettuce lOc
.. ___ ea.
do. spi this year. So many of the Iowa. wh o was with us bas t h M r
4 /1 boys will lie up u tree. If they The BI-County Federation atWomen's | day and Tuesday nights was .v.-1 our
Clubs was held in Worthington
don't to Church be ac guest speaker. His messages were
go Springs Monday, and at-I very inspiring and informing. The LARD Lb. lOc l Bananas.4lbI5c
cu8c't1 of hunting on Sunday; if tending the meeting from the 'h.
first night his subject was directed
they go to Church, their minds will Starke club were: Mrs. L. A. Ca-I ,
toward the young people; the \
be way out In the woods.. The sin. nova Mrs. Ellery M. Davis, :Mrs. second night his subject was "Be- ,. 1L Rd ).
C. A. Knight and Mrs. K. G. Dun' Grapes IblOc !
gin men ran decide for them aelves, lievers Who Do Not Believe." All WHITE / ?! ,
can. I those who did not attend misseda
but the poor old married men have

not decided yet.MEN'S Mr. and Mrs K. S. Matthews, great blessing. The music was BACON Lb. 12/2| Onlons,3Ibs.l0c I'I
and Mr and Mrs. E. L. Matthews I I'I I very good. Mrs. Wyrick of Lawtey ,
was with
us again Tuesday night.
left Sunday for New Orleans, La., |I I, I
for a ten days' stay. While there, TnberniM-le NO. 2 SIZE :
E S. Matthews will I Last Friday night the subject
attend the
Gem Oleo Old FashIoned Pumpkin Pie
discussed in
was keeping'with Ar-
annual convention of the National mistice Day "The Peace That Pas- 1'/!'. tupl ,'..m.d 2 tablilpoont er*>ng> |ulc. TomotoesCan t I '
AND 'nOYS'IEN'S: AND HOYS' Association of Public Utilities and Beth Understanding." It Is pumpkin i/i t.a.poon Mil I
Railroad Commissioners. strange cup brown sager | cup Carnation Milk
RIDING that in spite of the course of cur- 2 Lbs 25crA 1 teaipoon cinnamon dialed with '/< cup
SWEATERSIaterial water '"
rent events that men should be so aggf;
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Halligan of blind to that I taaipoon ginger Unbaked paltry thill t i':
aa hope men shall
are Snag proof \ big line of sweaters and Whittier Cal.! who have been with by their own efforts bring abouta COOKING Mil 'Ingradiand In oils glean and pour into an unb.k.d "
Duck or Whip-cord. Workmanship friends here for the past ten days, paltry ihall. lab In s hot ovan 460 F. fo, 10 mlnirt.i to OCEAN SPRAY ,
jackets for these cool mornings will leave ,Monday for..a trip .to world peace. Peace is not an Nt tna emit. Aft. 10 mlnulal, reduce Uw taffiporatura lomodarata .' eb
and fit are the agreement between two parties to 2SO f. for M minut.i. 5.... with whipped Car.
lie Key West. Miami and other south Cran. Sauce /
best prepared. ern points in the state Mr. and refrain from fighting, but it is a Oil) gal I 79c nation Milk., Mrvlngi.Stokely's .
state of mind. All the
peace conferences -
Mrs. HalMgan plan to return hereIn !
$1.98 $1.00 up December and spend the re- disarmament conferences. 2 25c i
mainder of the winter In Starke. League of Nations, World Court I Pam 2 l lOc cans
and other praiiieworthy efforts to ., / 01

T. S. Williams returned from bring about peace since the World SEMOLA:\ DILL OR S., Mixed

,. BOOTS"That Washington D. C., Tuesday, aft- War have utterly failed. As longas
er spending a week there. He attended two men in this. world differ Macaroni Carnation, 3 tall can 20c PICKLESQuart

the funeral f\t .hi..,-* brother_. .

Can Take It" burled Admiral Cemetery last Y.following Thursday S. Williams: in his,Arlington who sudden was FIRE 4 boxes lOc Dixie Cr. Sugar, 5 Ibs. 25c 15c

death in the U. S. Naval Honpital
11 Peters' All-leather Boots In San Diego Cal.! Nov. 1. )I SLICED RINDLESS .

11 are the best your money Mr. and Mr". L. W. Edwards I FIRE BREAKF. BACON Lb. 23c
and daughter Fredrlcka Mrs. ,

.l 11 can buy, from the standpoint Jane Frank Marrill.Bauknight all of and Jacksonville daughter, ';I' Co. Kist Peas or Corn 3, 25 ROUND OR LOIN

of comfort were the week-end guests of Mrs. I FIRE STEAK Lb. 15c
L price I Edwards' and Mrs. Bauknlgfht's I PEACHES No. 2/2 can 15c .
parents, Mr and Mrs W. H. ,
/+ and long wear. When I Struth. Sunday Mr. and Mrs. : CHUCK

Struth returned with them for a ,I This IH 1 the ncnnnn for fires. No. 2 20c I
boots for I Pineapple en ROAST Lb. 12c
you any ahort visit. Better check up on your .
I fire Insurance., chance are NO. '

p type of work or sport get We desire CARD to OF thank TIIVNKS Dr. Herlong you haven't enough thin Is 2i'1tE311ER-A real bargain PORK HAMS Lb. 17c

expoclally likely with ref. SPINACH lOc 1 .
their faithful
and Dr. Parks for at- I
the best. TENDERIZED;
beloved father W.
tendance on our erenco to your furniture.

"Peters' Boots" to son L,. Miss,Thomas.Mrs.Ollle Florrle Also Marr,thanks Wills Mrs and Sallie are Mrs.due Tl- I Better forma get,one you of will our be Inventory surprised -> Bulk Mince Meat, Lb. 19c PICNIC HAMS, Lb. 21cGET :

Johns who helped to nurse him how the personal ft- YOUR THANKSGIVING

$4.50 TO $9.50 I during his Illness; thanks also to feet have accumulatedsince P&G Soap 3 giant 12c

- those who sent beautiful flowers you lust took stock. Turkey here at Spec prices ;.
--- ----
and to Elmo R Struth who so
I kindly made the funeral arrangements CHIPSO 3 25c
It Pays to Buy at for DeWitt C. Jones Co. | PLEASE PHONE 146 pkgs. HOG CASINGS Lb.

Mr and Mrs. N. N. Thomas, 45c ; :
I Mr and Mrs. W. E. Thornton I HAROLD C. 2 JAR QT. PEANUT IJUTTER-OR ,

I More A W.money Thomas.-was paid to; wagearners I WALL AGENCYALL APPLE JELLY 2 Lbs 20c I Dried Peaches, Apples l lOc :; '1

In 1937 In the than chewing in any gum previous industry DEPENDABLE/ FORMS INSURANCE OF NO.1 1 IRISH POTATOES 10 POUNDS. 15c 1




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$:, FARMERS SECTIONNOTES .. .1 Huge Sum In State LIVE STATE NEWSFLORIDA of 051:> Flori.ln/ II.t,.. ,? m":i n.olll1ltt." !

>& During Past 5 Years l. Ulan ConaervaI., ,, 'n'IN). 111' Cl\\,
I October '
the states ,,, ,Il'n 'n'.ntbI11
1COr I I"I pu" ?,,
}: Federal expenditures in Florida -flnnrtt-.... inn".."*._.__. <"i'I Kiln....6 ,
1 1r 'y"JH 1 '"lI) I
amounted to $340,918,066.00 duringthe FOR BLIND OANAL STILL ALIVE? the State w.-u. ,? "tfl< "

F. \ Hints To Housewives RURAL 5-year period March 4, 1933 JACKSONVILLE.---Nearly 2,000of JACKSONVILLE. much: I Each enroll,.,. I N ''I'll' '1i"1!'"?'',: 't,1', to...

SENSEBy through June 30, 1938, according to Florida's blind and nearblindare debated Florida Cross-State Canal, i $25 monthly t 10,, u,1'l, ,, ', "an.! .,

r ." +, COMMON F statement released by Jack Guth- now receiving public assistance thought by many to be virtuallya 'at home, regarll.e< 'J.'pend''" n
a "I t
it F"x '
I 'hl-l 1
Weekly from Honws Demonstration I of e rle, State Director for the through the State Welfare Board dead issue by now, may show tlon of thee tamp'( ?"? '.Ml,'"" Specialist. Tallahassee SPUDS JOHNSONEARLY signs of life when the next Con- b assigned hey
Nation-I' total
1' .i al Emergency Council for It Is estimated that the caseload !

;I TESTS FOR FABRICS \\1NTER IS VERY This total Includes both In this category will be about gress meets, it is believed by many --- .

IMPORTANT SEASON FOR grants made by the Federal agencies 2,200. Floridians who base their belief on WANTS BU,
: I the fact that the coming Inspec: Nu'T
: By Clarlne Belcher FLOKID FARM: FOLKS tlon tour of Major General Julian MIAMI Della,ln,, ,Ui,, ,.
II The loans have been made to cent trip to Eu,,, '""
Extension Clothing Spwlull( BABY BORN AT SALE "I', ]
ByeNEEt" I Schley, chief of the army engineering hung'
he whir<
Florida agricultural activity is business and Industry farmers, witnessed th, ,, ,
"??' ,
While shopping, it is Impossible MIAMI.-Mrs. Elizabeth Cooper corps, will cover the entire II pr
farmers I home owners and flood or catastrophe of Eruhni '
HOME 1 to try elaborate tests on fabrics, humming nowadays as I sufferers The grants have of Waycross, Ga., all but broke route of the proposed ship canal lands during I ti. 'l, ,"Ii' l othl

I 7' but it's good to know a few simple and growers begin winding up I il been made for relief and work re- up a Saturday night one-cent-sale brought home to i huII,,,I., ,t tJt,. cry,!
FOR I 9 their work for the old and at a feiiaml urug store, when she 'blyl1
year Irene ,
College works need for
ways of determining the qualIty lief, aid to farmers, public The sand- FASTER FREIGHT SEIt'ICENEW ltctlvt' ,I',? P,?II, ,, .
birth to a baby. It.on'
of materials one considers buyIng making plans for the new one. freshman, dug this artistic spudon I conservation work and social security gave YORK CITY.-One day's ward off surh II, Infn( I ; ,,
Agree, wich stand was used as an emergency nl!
lf fly I ,,3 1 These tests can be made on Citrus has begun moving to mar- I her father's, Olaf Overhaug'sfarm 'I payments to the aged, blind, ward. time In the delivery! of perishable here Senator ('Imnl'I |I',, terr'
tbq, honjl I maternity JlpP''
fabrics in the store or after they ket, vegetable crops are maturingand I at Dorchester, Iowa and the and dependent children. foodstuffs from Florida packersto Navy Day uddr.. .s ,h" ,?, III

c aaatingt:1bew: are taken home. coming into season, cover life-like expression Is Just aa she I! Total loans disbursed follow: the New York market will be policy leading t", ,tI.!,, .: ,,hhshl1la'lrged '

home ; When considering fabrics m the crops are being! planted, hogs are i I found It .1 Reconstruction Finance Corporation $1,000 FOR ESSAYS saved by the new fast freight service of a navy capahl,' nl,, I I I",,,,"Ii'I,' ',t\,' ,
t *--*.i-- Dt
baract ", (store t look at the warp and filling beln catie $13,783,835', Farm Credit I CLEWISTON-Over Jl.OOO in which started Monday, de. "" "UlI> all snorvt, t i 111 i"ilIO,t ;

f far too kyt threads to determine whether the are being placed on feed, and !i CHAMP INACTION I Administration, $30,146,160; Farm cash prizes Is being offered Florida signed to provide third morning'I -- .

i f elderedOf 1 1 two are nearly equal In size and pastures are being planted and improved I Security Administration $3,863- | junior high school students who delivery for the New York markets -', UE( t''' Sl'S .I Hin I \ i |, ,

'' Impo ( ( strength Examine the threads to Farm women are finishingtheir P.pt.'4 5D1, Commodity Credit Corpora- write the best essay on the subject and fourth morning Boston TALLAHASSH;h. ,I" ta, I

Eby to pub distinguish fibres. Cotton fibres canning activities. 4I I tion, $273,644; Home Owners' I "What Sugar Production and Maine auction delivery to Bos Pierce Mcfall II', ,I, 'i,,, nk!,

p ratkxl.l +t are short, dull, and fuzzy; linen This Is the fair season for many I Loan Corporation, $30,677,880; Rural Means to Florida" The awards ton. It will provide the fastest Supreme Court fur, /? F'bn"

tn, 4fp fibres are long, bright, and fine; counties in the state. Farmers are Electrification Administration, are offered by the United States rail service ever given Florida charges that h,' 11/1\ l'la', !
along I \ i Ir: I?! ,,,, 'I',
ed m v wool fibres are short, curly and grooming their hogs and stockto x.,r rt $293,916; Disaster Loan Corporation I Sugar Corporation of Clewlston shippers of perishable foodstuffs James Bailey r"ru.h j n, It,t P"'

Home'I kinky, silk fibres are very long, : exhibit with the hope of win- i j I $500, Federal Reserve Board I and the contest will run from Nov. nnd should prove of exceptionalvalue ton Fin. IIIHt MN,, ,n 1 '''''I,J

Florida I FJ, fine, smooth and straight, and ning honors and prizes and farm + (business loans) $212,919; Public 15 to Dec. 1st.RUSSIA. after bitter weather sets In sel, McCall smd t 1'>,, i ,,,d,,.. I'OU

j several J t ff synthetic fibres are long, lustrous, women are polishing up their most I Works Administration, $14,638921. ,- .--- in the north Circuit Court comnni' i nun

method* and weaker than pure silk Note attractive Jars of fruit and other Total $93,891,466. A RIVAL error when it senum, sal,i"I'him' alt.
i, of as firmlywoven food products to display. Some :
firmness Grants or expenditures total: death, without .
| 11
of theeatabllsf I ORLANDO.-Russia is develop- GET HUGE REFUND JUi\ !ila, ) I
fabrics will stand more hard counties have held their fairs already Agricultural Adjustment Admin- kidnaping the .
ing as a potential rival of the Unit- MIAMI.-Mlamlans look Jubilantly five Vf-a.. ,old brand
ones. but the of them
wear than loosely-woven majority istration, $7,280,815; Farm Security holding him
gf. B f fci
in therecipes ; I MOOOOre
ed States In the toward .
growing European I a $4,000,000 rebateon
will be held within the next few .
:' Test the material, crosswise and Administration, $4,084,532; Civil som.
,j J'
market tot citrus products accord- their electric bills after a Unit
t weeks. From angles, the
conveni'tbousewl t. lengthwise, by pulling between the many Works Administration, 15292. --.-
ing to Dr. Frank Padelford sec ed States Court decision -
of both agricultural fair is a good thing for 607 Federal Relief Ad- Supreme
thumbs and forefingers ; Emergency Of more than U.000 ooo .
: I farm folks. It enables them to retary of the Northern Baptist against the Florida Power & LightCo. icroi
J + threads be ministration Civilian
if can $49,890,781
kfil r hands to see ; potential land for
[ < *
corr per 4 oiltivntlon
convention, who has just returned thrust the city's political wrangle '
I show off their products and handiwork |
Conservation $25,325,793 .
bust y4 l + l pushed apart.To Corps, ; some 5,000,000 hav.' been aubdu,
r from extended
to obtain pointers from each an journey through temporarily into the back-
Bureau of Public
Roads 17,317- and
test for linen or cotton, tear approximately onh'
Russia and the Orient. He asserts ground. Bryan C. Hanks, 1.l50.1 ,
with power
other to association
Ur enjoy
a.don material quickly. Linen will leave 833; Public Works Administration, are in actual cultivation:
i in Flo
; that Russia is huge tractsin said efforts to
planting president
each other, and to show the city I company
r'J' '4 threads the $25,244,354; United States Housing Ida.
tion ag i ,. straight folks the fine products that are the mild South regions in citrus expedite the refunds, expected to
edge of the tear, while cotton will Authority, ; :
did ys| raised on the farm In Florida, Progress Administration $45,805- groves, with one eye on the average $100 per consumer, already roll ptr.
buslnesand i ibUa curl up To detect sizing, rub surface I I growing demand for American citrus had begun. The
wit ), ,.'; 1'' of material briskly. Rubbing This Is a season when Florida 1 r R I 854;, Other expenditures from the products In England and other has eight months power to pay company up 666 COLDSHeadaches

thai ,, ,,,4.'r will remove sizing and show the farmers also have to consider I Relief Acts of 1935, 1936 and 1937, IIro .1111,
1 European countries While Russia but it was possible the money
Ing mo J Ji t'1 weave In testing between cotton some very serious matters pertaining i : $12,777,583; Social Security Act, is of be (
{ *li, usually thought as a coun- would ready by Christmas. The and
1 and linen more accurate results : $3,750,077; Public f Buildings Fever
of theirs + to their and fu- try of bitter cold, the Southern regions federal courts 1933 .
f present f approved a city I.lqnlil Tnl>lr< In .10) nilnutn'
} } (Treasury Department) $2,137,691.
[reBourc i{ may be obtained by washing ma- ture progress. With predictions of j have vast areas with a de- ordinance reducing the rates 25 to Suite.. xuue nr..po ..In ,.,, i ihWr! ,
r Total $210,733,842.in
Ant ar i iwl terial thoroughly .to_remove top- the biggest crop on record Flor- i L lightfully mild climate suitable for 33 percent, the power company los- Liniment

on ? ,, dressing When uua! is! done, a, Ida citrus growers must strive with I I. FALLS, S.----D.---- Photo-- I addition to these loans anu growing any semi-tropical fruits I Ing- its final appeal yesterday 'Try "Kub-Mj-llsin: :i ;;; : Wmdertu
de drop of water will spread rapidlyon expenditures! the Federal Government -
en all their and effort to I -- -- -- .
y yIbTbe shows Ted Balko of Redwood Falls I -
linen but will lie for some time '', through the Federal Housing
; ht ff I on cotton. Drops of oil or glycerine work out plans for selling their' Minn,, as he shucked his way to I Administration, has insured modernization -
fruit at reasonable To-
a profit.
eaena on linen will make threads I tht national cornhusking title to and improvement notes, s
bacco must decide be-
transparent; on cotton they have growers repeat his own win of 1934. Balko I and accepted mortgages for Insur- r
g tratton tween now and December 10 husked 22.21 bushels In the allot-
no effect and threads remain ( ance, In the amount of $36,292,758
whether they favor another marketing ted 80 minutes to defeat skilled l
t opaque.If I a during this period. t.
k4 bich alit quota program for 1939. field of competitors.
samples are possible, burn a .--
o Farmers who have not profited
a 'teen g1 I f few fibres or threads of the mater- from their operations this year A Common Fallacy
ial. Wool and silk burn slowly, go PROVISIONS OF 1939 .\A.
;; 4 must check their work and
About Wood
out quickly, leave a residue, and PROGRAM: TO BK OUTLINEDAT DecayIn
results and endeavor to plan their
cause a disagreeable odor like COMMUNITY: MEETINGS
1939 activities In a that will
burning feathers. Cotton end linen way the course of its work the
enable them to avoid the obstacles
tter 9 'j;'' burn more quickly, the flame is I GAINESVILLE. County and U. S. Forest Products Laboratory,
met this farmer
they Every -
LtmLtImbsrti1 stronger and will smoulder until year. I community committeemen, voca- Madison, Wis., encounters various
whether not he made
or a
consumed, and an odor like burning to acquaint farmers with provisions false ideas about wood, many of
profit on his 1938 operations,
paper Is' given off. of cotton and tobacco quotasand which lead to unnecessary"' : trouble,
) ofdfi II should make a thorough checkupof
Pure dye silk burns, leaving a the agricultural adjustment expense, or dissatisfaction in its
.I his work and try to out a '
( while weighted' map program for 1939 will be held be- use. One of these false ideas Is
soft ash a heavily
that will be r
more prof- ia
p after tween now and December 10 in that some woods never decay, regardless s
---- silk retains its original shape
1 1I 1n
-- itable and
satisfactory next year. .. :
all counties of northern .
sin ) burning. Weighted silk will not winter is and practically of exposure and service .
l r Early a very busy
service as dye and western Florida, says H. G conditions.The g..w'ieitwinbaza' '
I give as good pure Important season for Florida agri- : .o x-j.,
r 't rFj t; silk. The burning test may be culture and it behooves every far- Clayton, state AAA administrative conditions that bring about

'! y l '' used to detect synthetic or rayon mer to work and cooperate with officer. Referenda on the cotton decay of wood are dampness and BY THE WAY Park..andp"use.whereyou seethe

fibres. Rayons burn with a decided all his energy to make present op- and tobacco programs are sched- mild to warm weather. If you havea red sign(( that says "Drink Coca-Cola." .

l1 flash, leaving practically no ash. erations successful and the future uled for December 10, and grow- house, porch, or shed built over PAUSE It flashes a welcome Invitation to enjoy ,
household chemical test con- ers will have opportunity to learn sociable for refreshment
A more progressive and profitable. damp, poorly drained ground, withed o pause pure
about provisions of the program '1.4, f d blkd l b d Third asks nntttlnd more_
--- v oua atlons or oar SAND REFRESH
before vote. ,:
r :
1 ( St I they in, look out for decay. Sills of COCA -'B-OITi.. G CO. '
; I slats of a solution of one table- District meetings of county .
untreated wood "t
( 'r IEADING resting directly on 5
spoonful of lye to one pint of water agents and county committeemenhave SR.16S.7 l' et4
damp ground are sure to rot.
THE Io7gir4 and boiling fabric in it for 15 been held at DeFunlak L--_. J
minutes. If fabric is wool It will Springs and Gainesville. The pro- The sapwood of all species is

be completely dissolved; if part gram was outlined to these groups, easily and quickly destroyed by .

;' wool and part cotton, only the cot- and they will carry the plan to decay. Heartwood of some spe- ', ': ': '. n', ',,,, .. ..i11't1l.f". ,,'"" .,.'4fo'
cies resists :
than the (
WwA A.7.IAa decay longer .
ton will be left; and if silk, it will community commetteemen, voca-
be dissolved. tional agriculture teachers and heartwood of others. This is the

IN I To determine whether a colored others who will assist with com- advantage of using for fence posts

such desirable species as cedar,
material will fade, baste a sample munity meetings.
catalpa, chestnut, southern cypress t4
of white
on a piece goods and washit
juniper, black locust, Osage-
using and rubbing hard
orange or bols d' arc, and redwood.
If color runs into the white ma-
AiRCOt1DITIONED Do not however that the
_ Imagine, ,
tlrlf terial, the dyed fabric will not be savage tribes where skulls are
f; thick underground parts of the post will

/ J satisfactory remain just as you put them in; in SAVE
am And primeval passions rage OPBRT'l'lOUR
lf ? They have a system, sure and a comparatively short time decay ,

,. Still Coughing? quickTo will eat away the sapwood and the

i L41 cure the blight of age. business of holding up the fence t P'6 FISCA'flOFROM.

No matter how many medicines) For when a native's youth has will be left to a core of the more N
you have tried for your common resistant heartwood
cough, chest cold or bronchial Irritation fled
y i f M1 ,fl II ,you may get relief now with, And years have sapped his vim But to suppose that the use of .

Creomulslon. Serious trouble may They simply knock him in the cypress, cedar, or any other special
be brewing and you cannot afford head wood will excuse from all
r J 1, 01 to take a chance with any remedY'less you pre.
1 potent than Creomulslon.which And put an end to him cautions against decay is a bad

goes rlRht to the seat of the troubleand mistake. Remember that only the

EVERY COMFORT aids nature to soothe and heal "But we, In this enlightened age I heartwood is the durable part. A
r the Inflamed mucous membranesand
1 Mt Are built of nobler stuff laboratory man once went to in- .
betel k
; at Alt nod.ni Dnprool > to loosen and expel germ-
hart of downtowa Jacksonyaifc E..ry'Il laden phlegm And so we look with righteousrage spect a floor that was falling in.

a room with tub and show.r. Mil wata. Even if other remedies have failed, The sub-floor was of genuine cypress -

i' j radio. Er.ry bd with buanprlaa: maVkw don't be discouraged, try CreomuUsion. On deeds ao harsh and rough specifically put there to
h I and l.adlnd lamp. Sunning tea Your druggist is authorized to
f 1111 I For when ward off decay. It was laid directly I
wal.r aa avary Door.POPUtAH. refund your money if you are not a man grows old and
PMCED thoroughly satisfied with the benefit gray over damp ground and was cov-
COCTt AH.LOUNGE and COFTET SHOP obtained. Creomulslon Is one And weak and short of breath ered with tar paper before laying The 1937 Florida Legislature passed a law known
/ I that the as the Murphy Act that provides for settlement ofi'
word it ,
1' ,ask for plainly see
Orti.r I a. tOUHO H.M lt the boards. That the
We owner -
simply take his upper
name on the bottle Is Creomulslon. job away taxes delinquent as far back as the 1934 sale and prior,
1 p HOTEL PATUH T HOtCL OKOTO And let him starve to death." had was a high-powered fungus
ee.N..N. Im.eJ and the genuine product by requesting the Clerk of the Circuit Court to advertise
? .- -- and the relief you want. (Adv.. I -Ararat News. ]Ipit I for his cypress, and the fungus and sell them. They will\ be bid in by the property

;11r f 1 I literally "went to town" at the owners or their agents. The cost is very small and consists -

owner's expense. of advertising, cost of sale, and search fees. This
$ FUNERAL DIRECTOR GETTING UP NIGHTSBY I I sale will in no wise jeopardize the rights of the owner.

Years, Experience Makes It Possible for Me to Render By allowing these taxes to remain open on the
and COURTEOUS SERVICE I books you are running the risk of having your property -
i, EFFICIENT, PROMPT Sluggish kidneys hamper filtra- Airs.V.. A. Tyler, Cor. sold under a tax deed, and in the event of an application -

MODERATE pmCESI'UOIPT tion of fluids and cause Inefficiencies for tax deed being filed against this property.

COUUTEOUS AMBULANCE: SERVICE that create back pains and is Mrs. D J, Luke of Starke was p you will be required to pay tae full amount of the
.; : AND taxes now due. It will then be
often accompanied by irritation of impossible: to settle
visiting the bedside of Mrs. O. L.
DAY PHONE 1 NIGHT PHONE 132 the urinary tract which necessitates under the Murphy Act. 1
'7, i k Brown, recently. The object of this law is to relieve the property

g I DeWITT C. JONES getting up nights. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Green of owners of a heavy delinquent tax burden. The act is
Take Rexall Diuretic .
Y Starke, Florid Compound.It Sparr were visiting :Mr. and Mrs. effective for only a few months longer and at its ex-
stimulates the kidneys to increase -IL I ,. U Morgan recently. piration the title to property that is not paid up will
the flow of urine and automatically be vested in the State of Florida. Save

soothes irritation. Winifred Rigdon of CCC campin your property from confiscation. Make your application -

Buy Rexall Diuretic Compoundat Fernandina spent the week-end at the Clerk's office at once.
I -SPECIAL with his parents Mr. and Mrs. I.
your Drug Store-Carpenter's -

As ', Drug Store In Starke. J. Manning. ,

Look for the Rexall Store Sign Those from here who attended

YOUR CAR LUBRICATED FOR 35c where you always get the beat val the revival at New River were Mr. THE MURPHY ACT

42 ues In town.-Adv.If and Mrs. Willie Wilson, Mr. and

GAS AT A PRICE YOU CAN AFFORD Mrs W. A. Tyler, Misses Lola and

t'I Excess: Acid cau.e. Bessie Tyler, Emmaline Morgan, ENDS JUNE 9TH 1939

+ TO PAYSmith's FREE I' you pafnt Stomach Winifred Rigdon, Marvin and Melvin ,

i. uie r., Indileatlon"BItlnl Grtffls and Cecil Kersey.
a ,a..,Heartburn,Btlching, Miss Emmaline Morgan spent

_ Nau.ra, got a frt. sample of UDGA Saturday night with her uncle and
Garage .
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!; Mrs:\IMI.O B C'oNun Colson Entertain entertained In Comments On Here : urC t>> .

::1:1t her home Friday afternoon. Nov. And Hereafter .J tJ

t 11, with a miscellaneous shower li L

" honor of a recent bride Mrs. Harmon _.9_ ...... ,,,,,,,,, ... 0'' .
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, Morgan.The We read In the thirteenth chap- ,
'I'I''I I I ter of First Corinthians that men PRESBYTERIAN EPISCOPALnev I CHRISTIAN '
' : living room where the BAPTIST :METHODIST ] "\

:\, A REPRINT OP TUB REPORT PREPARED I guests assembled was beautiful! 1 may do a great many things with- Rev L, Pastor A. Shepherd. 1-!",\' Frank Robinson Rev Supplied I>r. Hlec by and Fred Rector Terke. Jr Supt I. mmle Church Oarrett School I;J J'I.. ,--.1 I
decorated with 01: out profit to themselves. They PastorE .,
j FOR THIB PRESIDENT:- BY THE I a profusion A. J. Thomas, Supt. K. Perrymnn Kev Dr. Adam. Sunday School Supt. Sunday Morning
bodies to be Miss Ella J SasieOrcanlst Sunday: Schoel I .
', It NATIONAL:- EMERGENCY COUNCIL:- flowers. many even give their Sunday School CTen Superintendent Organist 10 o'clock '
I Many games and contests were I burned but if they have not love Sunday School of Church School! Mr- K. 11[. Davis Mm. James Carlyle Worship Service I tI R.

\ enjoyed after which delicious re. it proflteth them nothing. Note Morning 8:45: A.Service M Church 10 A. School M. Church School Supt. Services O'clock .I' I"' ,

1 _,, Note. Early In July Prwildent Roosevelt called our Bout:h freghments were served by the I how carefully the Holy Spirit uses 11 A. M. Morning Worship Roy MathewaChurch Sunday School Sunday, 7:30 EvenlnsrService P. M. !4 j
v". ""'''S.PJr'i''l1.' and "! the National Emerarenc' Baptist Training A. it!. School 10 A. lit.1I10rnlnlfuI1. : ,>
?"I. I>!Service 11 .
;? not
11/11/ and ,, of the hostess. words In the Bible. He does 10 A. M. Prayer Meeting W* lear fleed5 and problernac1Ut Union 8:45 P. M. Evening Worship A. M.Fridays "
,,//141' recently the NEC lIubmltted Its report. "I i The bride received beautiful .. say that men cannot by their generous Service *.day evening 7JO ,, '
ar Ih" manifold a811"t. and
,I'II degree Jlo..eR"ed by th giving profit one. He 7SO: P. M. Young People's 11 A. M.
and useful from her r any
1 J'; 0 ''I 1 11 'on"rn"d primarily not with what the South hall, but with gift many Prayer Meeting League Meetings. Holy Day. .10 A. it!. ,.j 5. ;, 4
tll,'h'' na..d." L".t 80ane of our r..ad"r8 take offence at certal n friends. says If a man's heart is not right, Wednesday 7:30: P.M. 6:80 I>. 1!. MINALLIANCE itT .;.
j ,I 'lIad.. .In. the report, we halO'en to alld that thlll .ur\8Y wa a no amount of giving, even to the Pianist Prayer Meeting ,
t"m' of .m..rt-alecky Yankeea' but walt aided bY'' the .1 Mona ,H' .
rk couna Mrs. Canova President
.v Barlxvue 7.SO V M.Mrs.
tM pouring out of his life will profit Wednesday : MISSION lULL .
: 'rY Olnmltt..e of .outhern cltl..n" known for their Intere.an .p Choir Director GOSPEL TAB.Sponsored The Rev. Frank URobinson
: ".'' and their familiarity with 1111 problem8. It preaenta a amhtain :_ Resale Colsen entertained a L him who does the giving anything. John 1!. Powell F. H. Long, /"' ?
thO 'r" a pl..tura of the south In relation Organist. and Choir Sponsors: by t"I't
f to the remalndeh
efC" > r group of friends with a barbecue' Men who know Chairman III Vice President o\f\
nothing experlxueiiitft.iiy Director Mr. anti r. ;
and will ba reprinted In the Telegraph In In.laUm"nt. : i : Mr. and Mr.
; ntrY Board of Deacons
... nt tho hnma. e\f hla nnfantA.. DnA :_ L J. T. QuigleyEvangeii'ttio The Rev. Leslie 4 r-t, I
'' auuui tim" luve ol irou lu J. P Klckllter Mrs. B. K. IVrryman, J. T. QuigleyBible ,
I M r'cTi: ;: Colsen, Friday 'Iht. their own hears may give money I Chairman Annl.tant OrganliitT. Study each Service ShepherdSecretaryTreasurer :.C I! "1
Assistant each Friday evening
Board of TruxtoesL T r. '!'ir
SECTION 15: possibility of a vastly Increased November 4. to good causes and the money may I O. Powell Choir a'rector( Tuesday evening 7-3C: 7:30: o'clock The Rev. Fred Yerkea )J I ;
market for foodstuffs of all kinds. I The table which In n n__
was spread be spent In a way to profit many '

PURCHASINGPOWER The extent of the Soulh's under- the yard, was gay with festive decorations I lives but it profits the givers nothing. the week-end here with Mrs. 'H ty j "

consumption of these basic foodstuffs Electric lights had been Rotary Club Guest Candlelight ServiceAt Keene and Mr. and Mrs. W. R. 7.r'' .\'

can be estimated from the strung from the house and made God Is Interested In what we are. I Of Methodist ChurchAt Baptist ChurchAn Kersey. j Lt. / .
fact that half of of the brilliant.
| south Is the Nation's great- the people the yard He Is concerned about our motives. Mr. and Mrs. B. M. McRae and ft.; ;
be and the people of the South have an Income The guests enjoyed a delicious with of God In Sunday Service much Interest to 1>
'yntappeii market mart I Christians the love I event of family of Pine Level were visiting t.

In which American business of less than $300 a year. supper including the barbecuedbeef I their hearts will give. They will members and guest-worshippers relatives In this section Sunday Hn..

1 expand most easily. The cost Southern people need clothes. and pork. This was prepared I| give naturally and spontaneously.They A record of attendance was established will be the Candlelight Service at afternoon. r', "

_"idling the South modern Farm families in Mississippi and ahead of time by Mr. Long at his do not have to be driven to!.I Sunday morning at the the Baptist Church next Sunday Vance Keene of ShamrQDk /was yLi I ;! .

bornea Georgia with annual Income below famous barbecue pit. who love their wives First Methodist Church at the o'clock. A '.
nvenlences Is already being give. Men night at 7:30: programof visiting Rudolph Chism and R. C. U4
extent since the meth- $250: spent between $19 and $41 Those present were Mrs. W. E. and are able to do things for them Church School hour when all previous music and dramatization has Keene over the week-end.

large now sell the rest of the I for clothing per year. In villages Torode Mr. and Mrs. Edwin To- do not have to wait for "the driveto records for several years were been arranged. with the spirit of ;
thai 4
W. H. Carter and son, J. D. Carter I .\
rode. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Long, shattered. Perhaps In the historyof i
reach the South with little husband-and-wife families not on be put on" to buy their wives I worship predominating throughout. -
iIon extra cost. Radio, movies,I relief with incomes of less than the Misses Doshla Smith, Clara the clothes they need. Normal the Church no greater attend- The climax of the service will of Jacksonville spent Saturday "f "

lodicals no and other instruments $500: a year spent $14 for the hus Flume. Juanita Barefoot. Sadie mothers with mothers' hearts ance has been noted on an occasion be the Choir's rendering of "God night here with relatives. I' '

oational scope for acquainting band's and $15 for the wife's cloth- Prince Evelyn Crosby Mildred beating in their bosoms do not I or the regular Church School ser So Loved the World" from JohnStalner's Miss Dorothea Norman spent 'f" "4'

with new things have ing; of these amounts they spent Morgan Mary Sue :Mott Marlon have to be urged to give their hungry I vices. Through the cooperative. effort "The Crucifixion." Monday night In Rising as the 1 t
e public and Helen Dowling, Mary Edwards of the assistant superintendents guest of her uncle and aunt Mr. 1\
.M nouthernera as they have I $3 for shoes and shoe repairs, $1 babies food. AflnliitlnD. thA fnirlllnt. ohnlp.. will...
;dottier;" 'Americans. There are for coats and other wraps $1 for Bonnie Mott, Elaine Wynn, It is the writer's opinion that I Mrs. D. P. Carpenter Mrs. I ben one-S'-- st'oi; I'.t-M-;. : ;: George-: and Mrs. L. A. Crosby. .\ l' :;,
I Betty Long Messrs. John Arthur i B. B. Sewell Mrs. E. K. Perry- I"
I of Wood- 4
language barriers no geo- hats and caps. Farm families havIng while the financial driven whichare : Walnwrlght of Jacksonville and Charney Yarbrough
tariff walls similar Incomes spent $15: for Torode, Artford Brown Vernon man with the General Superintendent lawn was visiting Rudolph Chism { \ ,
,iphicnl obstacles, no so often put on for different formerly of Staike.
the husband's wardrobe for Silcox Eugene Long Jr., Bob Judge E. K. Ferryman and, and R. C. Keen Sunday morning. i 'f
psychological difficulties to be $12 causes have done much good in relieving I At the close of the service new .
Long A. Z, Adkins. Jr., Billy I the membership, this record attendance -
[ercomf! The people of the Southd the wife's.Onehalf. human suffering they have members wishing to unite with Mr. and Mrs. Marcus Conner and t
Winifred Purvis established.The '
Hazen was
'(1'' QU). they want to buy, andy of the southern people Dowling I done much harm In causing people -I the church will be be received. Miss Arsula Crosby of Rising were ,

would buy-if they had the and an even larger percent of rural Hazen O. J. Mott Mr. and Mrs. I to believe that they are perfectly second Sunday worship services Persons wishing to unite with the visiting Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Norman I

'ney southerners need new houses. L. A. Mott, and Mrs. Sorchie I safe spiritually because they I of Loyalty Month showed an church through Baptism or and Misses Helen and Doro- \.

:The South has an abundance of More than 90 percent of the rural Baird. are known as generous citizens. 1 increase over the attendance on Watch-care, or Re-lnstatement or thea Norman Sunday afternoon. I'' t
The host was assisted in look- the first and these two '
' things the Nation needs. Its families need water piped into I Such people seem to have forgotten Sunday by TI'ansfer of Membership (Letter), +
: I Ing after his guests; by hit father I II outstanding Increases in attendance .
-i--- that Jesut meant what He said I| I will be extended the Invitation to '
i-il SlUICO and mother Mr. and Mrs. G. B. the pastor the Rev. FrankRo
I He told who
materIalS when Nlcodcmus. by do BO
t Colson. )>l.iKon, looks forward with in- : Johnnie Lewis. Cur. "
the was a high type +
mineral way very ---- ---
rest Sewing ( luh" cl'eu'd enthusiasm to the two re- Dea'J
d agricultural; A meeting of the American I man. that It was necessary for him mulnlng Sundays of Loyalty Infants Deaths At Services were conducted at i, ;
,xtenslve to be born again if he wished to I,
I s Tung Club was held recently at see the Kingdom/; of God. They also ft.o.an: The Rotary Club was lep.esentcd New Low Census ton Church Saturday and Sundayby '
>wet resources the home of Mrs. F. Feagle. After on lust Sunday eveningI Rev. C. A. Crosby pastor of i. :
to have that the
seen forgotten
uaiei. coal oil, Bible reading and prayer the minI Bible means it when It says that :I I by many Rotarians and Rotary- Reports IndicateThe Brooker. 1
.J I natural gas; i of the last meeting were read. I ;
trans- I utes men who give; without Christianlove I Anns at the evening Service. Pies- Miss Rhoda Thomas left last

ampU The group worked on pillow cases In their hearts will themselvesbe Ident Howell NR worthy made an national Infant mortalityrate week to spend several months In ''I

nation faclll- and voted to give Mr. Miller a set Interesting address giving some of of 54.4 deaths under one year South Florida. She was the guest .I
profited nothing.
'Irail.. water of pictures taken at one of the ..--- the historical data concerning Ro- for each 1,000 estimated live births of her mother Mrs. J. B. Thomas. .;:
i ilr meetings. Refreshments of ham tary and some of the Ideals whichit for 1937 was the lowest in the history and other relatives while here. '
tied climate sandwiches and Iced tea were holds for the present day in of the U. S. Bureau..of the J, W. and W. C. Dyal and J. W. 'i
uld make the served. *. Floyd It, Crosby, Cor. "
Sts rke. Census birth registration area Lewis were business visitors to ,

>iuth a tremen- The Brooker Sewing Club met I On next Sunday morning the which was established in 1915: according Alachua last week. .
us trader with at the home of Mrs. L. L. Parker Miss: Dorothy Norman spent to preliminary figures
will conduct the service at
pastor Shaw have }
I Mr. and Mrs. Harley 4
e rest of the 8. The with Mr. and Mrs.L. .
Tuesday afternoon. Nov. I Monday night the morning hour and will use a made public by Director William moved to the Brooker section. ".

itlon/ Its business was presided over by the A. Crosby. theme centering around the idea of L Austin. These reports indicate Their many friends here wish, .

owing popula- president after which a delightfulhour Mrs. Bob Hal lop and son. Fred Thanksgiving. this time special that there were 119,760 Infant them much happiness and success I

""D, with vast : i : of work was enjoyed. This Halslop, and Mr. and Mrs. Calvin emphasis t and recognition will deaths in 1937 compared with 122.- In their new home.

'eds and desires 'f-' ;' .. being Mrs. Dorothy Taylor's birth Ward and children spent the be given to our Children's Home, 535 In 1930. This saving of 2,775:

'w largely un- ; day she was presented with many week-end in Crescent Ga., visitingMr. located at Enterprise and a lives reduced the Infant death rate Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Lewis and

'led could keep -.';: '_., ; Ii., '.' .' -w.-- 'f- -- lovely gifts by her fellow club and Mrs. Jack Ward.A Thanksgiving offering will be received from 57.1 in 1936 to the new low sons, L. O. and Johnnie were visiting -

large part of g ,-,.,. ../.... ..' ." ___ i members. Mrs. Parker was very large crowd from here attended for the Orphanage. At the of :54.4 for last year. Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Dyal in ,

e rest of the THE SOUTH NEEDS EQUIPMENT: I much surprised when each member Graham Sunday. I.
church at Evergreen Sunday. evening service following the period The decline in the infant mortall- ,

untry?, busy. ._ .L" _,_ LUh_- .u._ ____ _nA mft presented her with a housewarming Mrs. J. R. Kelly and baby spent I, of meditation and soft orfanmusic I tv rate was accompanied bv a -_ _-__-+_- ____ .1 J
uppiying tnem. aucn: a reiauonIp uieir in nouaetr their ,bathrooms cnn mura over itevu one-water : gift. Both expressed their lust Thursday) in Lake Butler. I -f-;: m-7:i-to-7:30.-the: pastor slight decrease in the total United 'I PINK LHYKL jSIrs. !
would help the South and the ; j
houses need appreciation for the presents. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Crosby and will again lead the worship. Slates death rate from 115 deaths II. M. Mcllue, Correspondent t'i !
their paint I
at of the Nation. Both have lost half of ;
of lemon- .
Light refreshments son, Russell spent last Monday in Miss estimated In '
cause relationship doesn't exist one-third of them need screen on It la expected that Frances per 1,000 population sor--y .' /1 .
windows one-fifth do not ade and crackers were served by Jacksonville.Mrs. Hayes District Director of Young 1936 to 11.2 in 1937. according to We are report the Illness .
their ,
The South's people want and More than a the hostess. The next meeting will Hugh Haltlwanger and People's work for the Gainesville preliminary tabulations. Registered of Mrs. Ratford Alvarez who .

,ed houses radios, butter beef, fourth even have of the privies.urban households be held at the home of Mr. L. A. children, Marshal and Freeda District, will speak and will also deaths for 1937 totaled 1450.715 ,- spent part of last week, in a hospital J I.
(gelablea, milk eggs dresses Brown November 22. Claire of Jacksonville and Mrs. ..
need toilets of them need be heard In singing several special compared with 1.479.228 in P latka. $$1
,irrts shoes. They want and more bedrooms many, over one-fifth of PertonalaMr Willie Kemp of Atlanta, were visiting solo selections. Mills Hayes l Is a in 1936. The total death rate has Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Raulerson of .
mid use the many thousands of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Crosby graduate of Florida Southern College declined$ approximately 36 percent
I Jacksonville the weekendwith
the houses are In need of repaint- and Mrs Earl Green are the
'hlngs, little and big. that men one night last week. Mrs. Kemp and has of the the 38 that the
proud parents of a baby girl Shir- Lakeland one during year period their uncle and aunt, Mr. and jj
nd machines make to bring health l Is Mrs. aunt. I
ing.Of the Crosby's most outstanding young voices in the Census Bureau has compiled Mrs. H M. McRae.
born October 29 at
Nell ,
In four ley
the nonrelief families
nd good living to people. The Mr. and Mrs. Hilton Dunkleyand I Florida having teen heard at annual mortality statistics.The C
home of her parents in Jasper. Allen Hall of Jacksonville was '
southern cities with Incomes less
southerner with total In-
erage a Mr. and Mrs. Joe Cordova
had Mrs. S. M. Baird states that many of our Churches, in collegesand United States birth rate for visiting friends here Sunday afterI
one-third no .
me of $315: could spend without than $500 over Jacksonville were visiting Mrs. Bu- ,
I over the radio in Florida.At 1937 advanced the
slightly over
the of Mrs. Har- .
elp. twice that amount for the Indoor running water. almost one- through courtesy lab Kelly Sunday.J. noon. I
she hna been able to receive the League meetings Miss rate for 1936 preliminary figures I b
Ings he needs and needs badly. half had no kitchen sink with graves R. Kelly and Randolph Crosby Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Murhee and ,
of books from. will also be heard and all Indicate. The 1937 rate of 17.0 ,
shipment library Hayes
A had or electricityfor of Green Cove
study of southern farm-oper- drain none gas attended the Florida-Maryland baby Springs were I4'. '
had central heating the University of Florida. They young people of our church, and births for each 1,000 estimated here \ .
hag white families not receiving cooking none football game; In Gainesville Saturday visiting friends Thursday ; 1.\
lief or other assistance showed Among southern farm families are being used by the sixth grade I afternoon. any unaffiliated young people are / population i Is an Increase of 0.3 afternoon. r'j
cordially Invited to be present In over the rate of 16.7 for 1936. I
.at those whose Income averaged of the same Income group less hereMr Mrs. A. S. Crosby spent Satur- : I __ Mr and Mrs. T. N. Norman and ;
and Mrs. G L. Barfleld were the League rooms at 6:30: o'clock. --+
390 spent annually only $49 one than 1 percent had an Indoor water day in Starke with her sisters l children of Gum Branch were visIting

food they bought $31 on cloth- supply less than 3 percent had called to St. Petersburg recently Miss Bulah Edwards and Mrs There will be no Prayer Meet- GUM BRANCH their parents, Mr. and Mra. ..

s' $12 on medical care $1 on I kitchen sinks with drains 1 percent because of the serious \illness ol Amanda Silcox. 'l I.Ing service In our church on next Annie Mae Ilarnagp, Cor H. M. McRae Saturday night ;! a

had indoor toilets. none had his mother.Mr. Wednesday evening as we are happy
creation $1 on reading $2 on +--
Mr. and Mrs. E. J. McRae of ,5
I and Mrs. Roy Green and
,!lucation A similar study of electric or gas cooking facilities FLA. STATE FARM j ii! to cooperate with the Ministerial Mr. and Mra. Sherman Tomery Waldo were business visitors in '
Mr. and Mrs. Dave Green were visiting -
uthern white I village c residents.n and less than 2 percent electric :I Alliance of Starke In promoting i j of Ktrnandlna spent the week-end '
: n ..,- : I ,,_.... : relatives in Jasper Sunday EnzuVeuer, Correspondent I ,'IL ITnlrm ThnnURcrlvlnff...........* HervlnA. _. __ t this section Monday.
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'unc" "i inose wnose l"euUll'1 'Aetna. 1'.m. I line WILII her pureum, .w. tiuu
fere under $750: a year spent 75: I| They need these Improvementsand I i before last. -- ;: This service will be held In thePresbyterian Mrs. H. Keene and Mr. and Mrs.: I Lucian Connor of Rising section. h
Mr and Mrs. Pritchard of Miss Mary Sally Prince of Georgia Church. The Wits a recent visitor of Owen Mc !' -
< '>r more out of every dollar they need household equip- pro.gram I W. R Kersey. :, : ':
Greensboro and Miss Rena Pritch- is spending several days with Rae.
fr will be under the direction J'
food >I'lothing, housing heating ment. In 33 villages in the South 'I
Mr and Mra. F S. Sapp were
ard of Blounl town were called Mr. and Mrs. B. C. Prince. I of Rev. Shepherd and the Rev Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Raulerson .
ghtlng and the house. a smaller ( :
running surveyed .
east recently I I visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Shaw ..
week before lust because Miss Christine Cutshaw of Law-
here last I Robinson will deliver the talk of and Mrs. II. M McRae and Mr. ".
lily >n< In four of the families of families owned wash- I ]
percentage | of the State Farm Saturday night.
of the Illness of their daughterand tey was the week-end guest of I ",
'ned m automobile of de- and sewing machines I the evening" Not only our own peo- and Mrs. B. M. McRae attended a
any ing. Ironing Mr. and Mrs.> T. N. Norman
rtption and vacuum cleaners than families -, sister Mrs H. B. Crosby. Miss Sadie Prince. ple but nil the people of Starke are I and daughters Helen and Doro. church at Rosewood Sunday after fl,

Southern people need food. The in any of the four other regions I, Mrs. Mary Green who has been I Among .those attending the cordially Invited to attend this I thea, Miss| Audrey Norman and noon. ,I
while in Williston In Gaines-
for /
visiting a Maryland-Florida game;
1 too common diet in the rural studied. Only 2 percent of city-wide Union Thanksgiving Ser I Miss Annie Mae Harnage Remember the services at Pine I .1 I.
has returned. to her home here. ville Saturday were Mr. and Mrs.
uth of fatback corn bread and"lasses the white families and 0.3 percentof I Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Dukes of Sandford Rltch Miss Enza Weaver vice. ed church at Evergreen attend-I Level Church this week-end. : ,1
with its resulting pel- families of these Other activities of the week Include -
the negro Dukes were visiting Mr. and Mrs.G. and Jimmie Ritch. J. A. Harnage was a visitor to Miss Vesta McRae Is spending

I not dictated by taste alone. machines. as compared with 81.2 Mrs. R. W Brannen and daughter daughter Mrs. J. E. Ormond. ing of the Woman's Missionary So- H. Keene of Shamrock. spent I cousin Mrs. T. C. Jackson. I I i.
I wre is a deficiency in the conUloption percent in the Pennsylvania. Ohio ciety which will be held at the I
Pauline of Lake Butler were Miss Enza Weaver was the
of necessary foods even Michigan Wisconsin and Illinois I I Church at 3 00 o'clock on Monday ,
visiting her parents. Mr. and Mrs.H. week-end guest of Miss Edith
aong' and afternoon. Mrs. T. J. Griffin the )
employed wage-earning villages that were surveyed, ,;
P. Galney last week. Rowe of Starke. '
"Annies in the cities of the South. 77.3 percent In a similar group of Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Mott have .. president, will preside.If 9i.riiJJjitV"l ,

Ic average per capita butter consumption California, Oregon and Washington recently moved to Alachua. We HIGIIL AND you enjoy Gospel :

in cities In this region villages. While about the same wish them much success in their good organ music preRchlng'1 1

In"as' found to be about half of that proportion of southern white vil- new home. The house which was Minn M. K. Crew, CorrespondentMrs. those who are capable I

eastern cities and a quarter ofbat lagers had refrigerators as New vacated by Mr. and Mrs. Mott Is ing the best in organ music, a I Provide security for your
in cities Pacific coast. half as many Nelson T. Green and chil-
the only
on Englanders Mr. and Choir composed of a large group ;
; now being occupied by self and See
i, 'idles of gainfully employed non- southern negro villagers were as Mrs. Harmon Morgan. dren of Starke were guests of relatives of men and women!, rendering beautiful family. our "

''diet' white workers In ten of the fortunate. There was an even Lonnie Morgan and daughter, here Sunday.Mr. anthems the solemnity of a I local agent or write / _

.rgest cities of the South show- greater disparity in these household Brunell of Tampa, were visiting and Mrs. James Cox and beautiful church we mottt cordially I '
4 that less than two-thirds spent equipment Items between here last week-end. Miss Kathleen Hardee of Haw- Invite you to attend the First

tough money to buy an "ade- southern farm families and farmers A large crowd enjoyed church thorne: were the guests of F. M. Methodist Church and worship Under ,I

Me diet at minimum cost" as elsewhere in the cluntry. And services which were led by Elder Crews and family Friday. all these circumstances.

;" .culated by the Bureau of Home southern farmers need equipment. J W. Mathls at the home of Mr. Owen Marr of MImma was a visItor I ;

gnomics. This same study gives They need Implements. fencing and Mrs. H. If. Galney Friday here Saturday and Sunday. ,. The process of manufacturing

Jth i evidence of underconsumpIon and fertilizers. night. Mrs. Effie Carter spent Mon- artificial Ice was discovered In 1r 1rI

b> wage earners and lower Northern producers and distrib- Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Ritch and day In Jacksonville. 1845: by a Florida physician, Dr
''Uiried clerical workers. No re- I Mr and Mrs. Percy Lee and John B. Gorrle.
profits and north of Raiford, spent Sunday -V.
lef utors are losing baby '
families Mrs. Annie Clarkson were visiting ,
were work because here as the guests of her parents,
The workers are losing warehu-n; : butldlngS I
fact that the families who ern Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Brown. relatives here Sunday. Storage ; .

"person consumed well over half buy their goods. Park was visiting Mr. and Mrs. services at Shady Grove Primitive Company on Lake Marshall, 4: 'C ;

ld gain' as much meat poultry, fish. THE END. H. P. Gainey here last week. Baptist Church near Trenton Sun- I west of Apopka. Otto Wenzel isP I A j ,.;C ,

*?gi, about four times as much _-+----- Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Hazen and day. manager. ( ,

loat poultry fish. and eggs, outside of children attended church servicesat We are sorry to report that --+- _

boat four times as much cheese. Florida Is one place nut trees can be the Zion's Rest Primitive Baptist Mrs. H. B. Crosby is still very 111. It ut estimated that more thana

II'Ice n many tomatoes 30 per- China where tung Church at Jacksonville, We wish her a speedy recovery. dozen babies will be born at New
and the
tit| more bread, and well over grown profitably sun-I P. A. and E. B. Crosby were York's 1930 World's Fair Six :

"Ice a. much fruit of all kinds as tung oil pressing Gainesville plant In the the American world day.Mr.. and Mrs. H. P. Galney. transacting business In Jacksonville babies were born at the Century of I 5ir1 ( I a

families who could spend $300 Is located at Miss Vera Gainey attended church i and Youkon Saturday. Progress, Chicago
lI1Iually per person reveals the tung oil center. I IC II Ia Ia


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.. -- .. ., .. .. --- -- -- -- -- -'---' -- "' --" -- Jordan. 21 acres. Warranty deed
Bradford TelegraphEstablished 20.W.. H. Edwards.\ Jr., and wife, flied October 10. (Contlnu."; I, 'l SPljB
County THE POCKETBOOK Eula M. Edwards, to J. S. Austin. Home Owner's Loan Corporationto '1(' ''Inel)

1877 15 acres. Deed filed August 27. Lou Tanksley Moore. Lot 8, .i +i I''N'
Jacksonville Gainesville and Block 7, In Lawtey Special war BE rr REsm", I
.. ... ,1
KNOWLEDGE iff of hft ,
-- / Gulf Railway to R. II. Smith. One ranty deed. Flied October 11. County Comm, ,
Published Weekly on Fridays and Entered as Second Class acre. Deed filed August 27. City of Starke to T. Frank Lan- ford County, Fh",, <* >

flatter at the Post Office at Starke, Florida f L. H. Hazzard and Susie Haz- drum and Carleen Rogers Lan- session duly .'??, ',,"," ;
zard, his wife, to Marcus F. drum, husband and wife. Lots 5, day of November, \ ,I', 'lII,
MEMBER I \ r Brown and P. A. Brlnson. Hi 56, and 7, Block 16, Livingston the Hon J M u,,.. 193<. 1 1RESni
J and Co's. addition to Starka. the State of Fu.n.ia, "mptroli
acres. Warranty deed filed September Truby a I ,
1. Warranty deed filed October 12. hereby authorized ,and< I'fqUtal! b
Tax: deed to Albert Gllsson. 10 release $ OOOOO
W. worth
Mrs. O. F. Wackerman to or
OL.t1i I filed October 3. County, Florida
? W. WeIsner. SPecl4l
3oIwafd P. Harden A.
--------. - Land in Bradford and Union Coun- Ellen Padgett to Lena Hough. School District N. 13onda,

E. L. Matthews_____________ ___________Editor and Owner ties. Deed filed September 2. Land In Bradford County. Deed due ries May A, 4-5 1, % dated stay 1,
... .. Olga Ward Nordberg and Hugo filed October 17. 1960, Nn, 1800 to
--- -- Inclusive
Lena to Brooker now held ,
Hough Turpentine -
SUBSCRIPTION RATE Nordberg, her husband; Tlielma ruler D
Land in Bradford tory Receipt 15< ,,
Company. ?
and John
Ward Kelleyher
Yearly, $1.50; Six Months, 75c-Payable in Advance DMfIVfJt)41 UNITED y'VATE4 NAVY Dfirmyftr ARE NAMED FOR AIAVyMCNrnvda!AMANDINVENTOR4 husband Welley; Oriaritu Ward Smith County. Warranty deed filed October funds deposited" it. !h.security i7e
AW NAMED FORSTATE* Trtfe UNION, Bank lit Stark" ,, .
QA77IEN/P! 17. "I i
Advertising: Rates on ApplicationOUR CRulERf. FOR LAR66 cTtef a fugM4f/NE% FDR FI4II f I and I A. Smith, her husband Ida, i'lrke,
ttUNIOATf.FOR ,lLANDAIRCRAF7 CARRI R4 J ,ydPf ji heirs at law of Estate of E. J. E. K. Perr/man, Special MasterIn
KM MCTORIC NAVAL VT* Elt OR ATTLC* tRt1 Ward, deceased to Mrs. Vance Chancery, to M. A. Smith as Accepting in 11.// 'hrreror
DUTY TO SELL AMERICANISMGuest $1,000.00 Bradford ,
RUBS. Lot 3 of Block 2, Ward's ad- Liquidator for Bradford County I umv, 1-1
( Editorial by Russell Kay) li 14 or Tis dition to Ward City (Brooker). Bank. Land in Bradford County. da ed, 6% Refunding Knad Bond,
WORLD LAND Uniform Warranty deed filed Sep. Master's deed filed October 17. January 1. 1934 ml JUt J
While all true Americans' view with increasing alarm the UHITEP AatA.*TATE-rue I tember 3. T. Frank Land rum. as Special ary 1, 1958, and rOUt De
\ Florida
of NAf 7.5 1. Master In Chancery, to W. C. Deyo 5% Refunding bond,
ceaseless attempts foreign dictators to inflict upon the I wife EdnaPeele
orrue WCMUPY A J. D. Peels and rlos "E", 5. and 6
i b and Brother, Inc. 10 acres. Master maturin
Democracies of the world their various "isms" and sow seedsof P ER to J. S. Sapp, Jr. 20 acres Deed filed October 17. 1, 1941 Hnd 7, till! '

discontent among the people of our land through the paid MO3Iity 1 { I in Woodlawn. Deed filed September M., G. Constantine to Rosa Con July 1, 1942Providing mall

agitator the the radio the radical and other S. I AND Moron Sf TRUCK/% or9URFACEP YANAAA4; WERF *0\J\ > A* 5.Tax. stantino. Land in Bradford County. that in, |WI vall,,
spy, press many 1 Ne woRlo'i NOVrLDE! IN THE U.* IN 1874/ : Deed to J. D. Peele. 40 Quit-claim deed filed October 21. bonds to( be accept*. ,? env

avenues, efforts to offset it to date have been meagre and far MILCAO&HOVt -ROAD TINFOIL THEY AND WERE fQLP WRAP FOR tp TfNCCN IN I acres 5.Tax.In WooJIawn. Filed September E. M. Hazen and wife, MinnieE. ated In the second Pnngrapb,

rom effective.On AAFCt Hazen, to H. T. Shaw and wife, or exceed $ .OOO.OO
7 -- : Deed to G. C. Conner, 12 Amanda: Shaw, Land In Bradford Read and adopted this 7th
occasions self-styled 100 percent Americans, employing .-... acres. Filed September S. County. Deed filed October 22. of November A D 1938

the same brutal intolerant methods common to the dicta- Tax: Deed to Mrs. Beulah Kelly. Tax: deed to L. R. Starling. 285: L L. Conner, Chal

condemn seek to reckless 120 acres. Filed September 5. acres. Filed October 26. J. M. Rosier
tors they perpetuate Democracy by iutr.oTi KES
THAN <<4-5" ,1 CX>MOT O. C. Conner and Eula Conner, T. J. Alderman and wife, Clara :Mallory Thomas,
violence. Assaulting speakers, tearing up signs and banners Of "Mea7sooo; WEMNEAO44TOCKHOLDERS his wife, to Mrs Eva Mae Thomas. Alderman, to L. G. Powell. 4 acres. H V. Saxon
I Mf -
and hurling missiles and epitaphs only serves to give widespread OV A LARGe > YARN N FRIGHTENED 6ROUNP < 10 acres. Special Warrantydeed Deed filed October 28. T. D. Dyal

publicity to the cause they seek to crush and provideits AU'TOMOIIILCCONIW.NV! '\ fAarYN'yD0f? te, filed September 7. Mrs. Beulah Kelly to Mrs. Eva County Commissioners of B
pOwiANPXT Master's deed to O. ;J. Anders. Mae Thomas. 40 acres. Special ford Count Florid
leaders with ammunition in the form of sympathy on WOMEN ARe + neat TMftX FUCT HMD UPOH AMP 4 acres filed September 7. warranty deed filed November 8. Attest: A. J Thomas t Ck.rk.
TNt aA WNO E. K. Perryman as Special Master The Sheriff was mstrucu,
which they capitalize to the fullest extent. Tax deed to W. H. Smith. 126
in Chancery, to P. A. Brlnson. acres filed November 7*. rigidly enforce Section 7652
America had long been termed a "melting pot" a .1( Land in Bradford County. Deed Tax: deed to Mrs. Beulah Kelly. piled General Laws of 1937ing t

mighty nation that has taken to its bosom those of every race filed September 8. 40 acres filed November 7. to hunting in the Count
Tax: deed to J. M. Brownlee. 20 Tax deed to Mrs. Lois Adklns. Sunday, and the full Cooper
and creed and color-the best and the worst that the world I LIST OF INSTRUMENTS FILEDThe i acres Filed September S. '60 acres filed November 7. OK all citizens of the County]

had to offer-Jew and Gentile Nordic and Slav Latin and urged In the enforcement
Tax deed to L. G. Powell. 32 Tax: deed to A. H. Green. 10 of s,
IIindoo, freeman and slave of every nationality and every acres. Filed September 5. ,acres filed November 7. Regular and routine bills \
following is a list of instruments Thomas. 65 acres. Warranty deed The United States of Americato Tax: deed to Pearl Smith and approved and order.. .. paid a-1
filed with the Clerk of the filed October 4. George C. Johns. 40 acres. Deed Rosevelt Smith. 4 acres filed No- warrant list No 366 to. 369 tl

We erected upon our shore a "Statue of Liberty" to en- Circuit Court A. J. Thomas since Llllie Daniels a widow, representing filed September 30. vember 7. slve in the amount 1 ''II J,028ifi)
the list was last published in the one 'of 'the seven heirs at L G. Powell and May Powell, --A- f the General Fund a* per uaii
lighten the world and bid these people come, and we gathered Telegraph August 19, this year. law pf Richard Goff, deceased, to his wife, to E. K. Ferryman and list No. 270 In thi ,imount]

them in our "melting pot" trusting that the white-hot flameof Only deeds are listed. Mrs. Eva't'Jae 'Thomas. 65 acres. I Lois Peek Perryman. Quitclaimdeed. HUNTING SEASON OPENS $691.S4 in the Fine ind Forte i

true democracy would fuse its content into one great loyal Girhart Ahrendt to Gustave II. Warranty deed filed October 6. 32 acres, Filed September 14. (Continued from Page One) fund; as per warrant list No|
Arhendt, nine and one-half acres A. S. Strickland and Lizzie P. A. Brinson to A. J. Thomas. In the amount of $10000 t
whole and make them all Americans. Warranty deed filed August :11., Strickland to Ruby Hayes 100 Land in Bradford County. Deed who might selfishly attempt to { the Agricultural fund aa per J

f t While we tended the fires and fed them fuel, the "melt- Addle L. Browne to W. A. Bes- acres Warranty deed filed October filed September 14. take game before this time and to i rant list No. 372 to .i7i: incite'
sant. 209 foot by 210 foot lot on 5.Miley. Empire Lumber Company to vigorously prosecute any who the amount of $300.00 from]
; ing pot" served us well. From it we gained countless true Orange Street In Starke. War- Ingram, surviving widow Container Corporation of America. might attempt this." Widow's Pension Fund

' Americans. The metal for our "melting pot" came to us as ranty deed filed August 11. of Jessie Ingram deceased and Land in Bradford County. Deed To make the woods more safe In I' There being no furthei, bus.|

emigrants from every nation on earth. All were made wel- Thelma Mendoza and her husband only heir at law of the said Jessie filed September 15. hunting season, we offer the following the Board adjourned to
Carl C. Mendoza. to BessieC. Ingram deceased, and one of the Empire Lumber Company to advice from Paul Mlckel- Thursday, November 10 193SJ
t 4 come in a new land "dedicated to'the proposition that ALL Simmons. 20 foot by 105 foot seven heirs at law of Richard Goff, Container Corporation of America. son: 7 o'clock P. M.

men are created equal." Eagerly we helped them, patientlywe parcel of land in Cooksey's addi- deceased, and Shedrick( James, her Land in Bradford County. Deed This is a very important column.It In the Thursday meeting

taught them-and their children and children's childrenare tion to Starke. Warranty deed fli- husband, to Mrs. Eva Mae Thomas. filed September 15. may save scores of lives. Includ was donated to hospital, ex
for Miss WllkersonNEW
ed August 16. 25 acres. Warranty filed October Empire Lumber Company to ing your own.It's Mary
YOU and I.
Carrie Shaw to Wilma Shaw. 6.Earl Container Corporation of America.

And WE, enjoying the precious fruits of Liberty and Land In Bradford County. Warranty I Cook to Earl Cook, Jr. 10 Land in Bradford County. Deed thing more about than handling two guns million-some self-- CUSTOMERS FLORID*
deed filed August 16. I acies. Warranty deed filed October filed September: 15. POWER LIGHT tOl
Freedom which inherited Daniel Boonea Buffalo Bills
of styled ,
we our sense values dulled
Mrs. W A. Bonhtftn to Eva B. 12. I' Frank H. Elmore, Trustee of Let a loml eraa who aaebt
through lack of understanding and appreciation, have per Lord N% of lot 13. Block F new The Atlantic Lumber Company, to and Annie Oakleys are trying' to do *.. ta ktalalnir Kleetrl I
C. G. Manlre and wife Freda this Fall. For It, we are Indebtedto Tie s. 7..e HO M wl.R .
mitted the flames our forefathers nursed so tenderly to all Crosby cemetery. Warranty deed Manlre, to W, A. Jones. Warrantydeed The Empire Lumber Company. Mr. William Fireaway Shadel, .M ubl.. IXpradukU |
filed August IT. Land in Bradford County. Deed Serrlr*
t ,' but die out. Neglectful, we failed to watch and tend the Marla K. Hull to Mrs. W. A. filed October 14. 105 foot by filed September 15. public relations director for the O. J. PHILLIPS, L.wl.T
210 foot parcel in Bradford Coun- National Rifle Association. All
"melting pot. Lacking the heat of those all important Bonham. Lot 13, Block F, new Moyers Hough and wife, Ethel
) agents have to
Crosby cemetery. Warranty deed ty.W. Hough to Empire Lumber Com- press something
flames, it failed to yield the same pure product of an earlier filed August 11. B. Alexander and Ada B. pany. Land in Bradford County. sell. Mr. Shadel's motive is to

day. Forgetting that with the exception of the Indian, all Etta Brinson and T. A. Brinson, Alexander to Mrs. Neta Johnson. Deed filed September IS. make fire-arm sports the safest on

t, 1 Americans are "foreigners" or descendants of those who call- her husband, to R. A. Green. Landin Lots 1, 2. 3, 4. and 5 In Bjock 30 Marcus F. Brown Special Master the "play it yourself" pastimes.
filed Blanton's addition to Hampton. "And it can be done," said Press
Starke. Warranty deed Au- in Chancery, to City of Starke.
er iF I ed some other soil their Native Land, we speak today of the filed October 15.
gust 22. Warranty Lots 5, 6, and 7 of Block 16 In Agent Shadel. "See what the kids Insurancefjtr
"woo," the "spic the "frog," the "greaser" ; foreigners all, E. W. Hayes and wife, Ruby A. W. H. Green and Mary Emma Livingston, Truby and Go's addi- have done. Over 100,000 juniors

whom we leave to their own devices. We are too busy and Hayes, to Mrs. Maude Andrews. Green to Seymonne Collette Green. tion to Starke. Master's deed filed have fired millions of rounds over
210 foot by 209 foot lot on Orange I NE'i of SE% Sect. 6, Twp. 7 S, September 17. the last few years without a sin- *
z too indifferent to longer aid and teach them and so they have Street. Warranty deed filed Au- R 22 E, E of Road 13. Warrantydeed T. Frank Land rum, Guardian of gle accident. why\ ? Because they # Ag t0 .
become easy prey for those who seek to convert them to other gust 29. filed October 18. Person and Property of William have been told how to handle guns.

doctrines. R. A. Green and Lucile Harris Dan Boree and Emma Boree, Anthony Andrews, a minor, to F. On the other hand grownups go
Green, his wife, to S. Inez Green. Jacksonville, husband and wife, to C. Hollingsworth. 1-3 Interest in out hunting and fatal accidents
,, Eagerly, disciples of Hitler and Mussolini, Hirohito and Lot on Call Street near Court Rogers Battle, Starke. Lot in lots 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, and 8 of are growing. The reason is ob $

Stalin, kneel at the base of the "melting pot" to feed the Street. Warranty deed filed August Starke: ..Warranty. deed filed October Block 9 in Lincoln City. Deed filed vious. They know little of safety" I"'T
i I 29. 19. Going hunting? The National
1$;, ; September
' flame that have let die with and different fuel
I, we a new T T. Blackburn and Amanda Dora Alderman and G. W. Alderman Robert A. Mills and wife, Mrs. Rifle Association solemnly advises
while YOU and I, smug in the knowledge that we are real Blackburn his wife to P. A. Brin- heir husband to Annie Robert A. Mills, to Frank C. Hol you to read over these rules and

Ijf Americans, stand idly by, content to let these radical advo- son and Marcus F. Brown. 20 Mack Coleman. Parts of Lots 3 lingsworth and Annie B. Hollings- never to forget them: GOOD/'TEAF I I I /
acres in Woodlawn. Warranty deed and 4 of Block 15 and parts of worth. Land in Bradford County. Treat every gun with the respectdue
14 cates do the work that our forefathers left for us to perform. filed September 1. Lots 3 and 4 of Block 16 and partsof Deed filed September 19. to a loaded gun. This is the

; America and all democratic nations, AWAKE If Hitler D. N. Harris and wife Emma Lots- 41 j and 4 of Block 16 in Clara L. Peek and Julian L. cardinal rule of gun safety. I ,
Harris to Emma: P. Hill. Lot 29 in Starke. Warranty Deed filed October Peek her husband, to R. A. Green. Carry only empty guns, taken
sell Nazism if Stalin sell Communism if Mussolinican
{ can ; can ; Woodlawn. Warranty deed filed 28. Lot at corner of Court and MadI- down or with the action open, Into

sell Fascism-all doctrines of brute strength, hate, intol- September 12. I W. H. Hart and wife, Edna Hart, son Streets in Starke. Deed filed your automobile, camp and home. Goodyear la

erance and fear-how. much easier should be the task to Andrew Suliivnn to W. T. Wal- ''fo W. J. Epperson and wife Doro- September 21. Do not load your gun until you made Speedway for
lace and Jennie Wallace. One acre thy Epperson. N1A& of Lots 6 and Federal Land Bank at Columbia. are actually in the field and hunt- tough going
SELL true Americanism, a doctrine of freedom, liberty and in Bradford County. Warranty 9 and oil lots 7 and 8, Block 17, S. C., to O. O. Annla. 68 acres. !ing. Unload it the moment you with I
+ uyfl ; equality.lI' deed filed "September ...".. Livingston, TruDY ana co; "s. addttion Deedfled September .nn.. leave. center trec
Thelma Andrews Larantaux: and to Starke. Warranty deed filed -, W. H. Edwards, Jr., and wife, I Always be sure the barrel and lion Grip .
I Americans pride themselves on their ability to SELL. her husband, J. M. Larantaux: October 31. I Eula M. Edwards, to A. H. Green. action are clear of obstructions. In bruise_re: j v

' O If we would undertake the task of selling Americanism and heirs at law of the Estate of J, W. Tommy Cason and wife Nancy 180 acres. Special warranty deed heavy brush or snow, open the action mating pertwistcord Su

) Democracy with the energy and diligence as the advocatesof Andrews deceased to F. C. Hol- May Cason, to Maggie Cason and filed September 26. and glance through the barrel all- I
lingsworth. Lots 1, 2. 3, 4. 0, 6, her husband, Ossle C Cason. 20 Federal Land Band of Columbia, occasionally. angle skid- ( ',
other doctrines purvey their inferior wares, we would have 7, and 8 of Block 9 of Lincoln City acres. Warranty deed filed Novem- S. C., to Mattle Parir.cnter. 60 Always carry your gun so you resistance"Life
the whole world at our feet. addition. Warranty deed filed September ber 1. acres. Deed filed October 1. can control the direction of the -
/ 19. o VirgInIa Hagan to T. C, Chas- Roy Dyal to Essie Wasdin. LandIn muzzle even If you stumble. Keepa time Guarantee
We leave to others the task that is OURS. !l"
can no longer
Bradford Deed filed firm the small of the
J. W. Andrews, Jr., and his lain and Jessie Chastain. 1-3 acre. County. grip on
i The time has come to rekindle the flame. A step in this direction wife, Nell Andrews, heirs at law Warranty deed filed November 1, October 1. stock-you wouldn't merely bal-

was made recently when Florida Southern College es- of the Estate of the late J. W. An- J. O."Johnson to Carl Anders. Theo Dyal and wife, Rosalee ance a stick .of dynamite on your
drews, Sr., deceased, to F. C. Hol- 10 acres. Warranty deed filed November Dyal to Essie Wasdin. Land in shoulders. "G.r
tablished a Chair of Democracy to combat through education Bradford County. Deed filed October Always be sure of target.If aLl..WEAtHER eel"GoodY
lingsworth. Lots 1, 2. 3, 4, 6, 6, ,2.Albert your
; the forces of Communism, Fascism and other un-American 7, and 8 of Block 9 of Lincoln Sullivan and wife, Elva 1.The. you can't be sure, don't shoot. :.I.IIIIPwO" .
a trends. City addition. Warranty deed filed Sullivan to J A. Milliken and Phifer State Bank to L. B. (Amen to that one. One huntsman Hu b'S0 ....1111 wp
.f" September 19. wife, Thelma Milliken. One acre. Alexander. Lots 2 and 4 of Block took me for a rabbit once!) ." to .dnwrgta ..,.. 'c.
In our schools .and in our homes we must instill in the W. H. Harrell and wife. Annie Warranty deed filed November 9. 113 of Starke. Deed filed October Never point a gun at anythingyou J'OIl.- .Ion arti. pttr.
minds and hearts of our youth knowledge and love for Americanism Hllrr ll, to J, C. Harrell. 80 acres. Grace E. Hall and J. L. Hall, lIS. do not want to shoot. Keep I I 11I11"". 'ge'pro".'
t'' Warranty deed filed September 27. Jr., her husband to C. A. Knightand I Tax: Deed to Mrs. Clara Mae the muzzle of the gun pointing .ad wl.q' .t don e.tua.
and Democracy that will never die. You and I, too, Lee Dell and Gertrude Dell, his M. G. McMillan. Land in I Klnght. Lot 1 of Block 30, Livingston away from any part of your own low coet pool' It 1'1 I 11

must likewise review the lessons that we as youths were wife, to Clara Mae Klnght. Lots Bradford County. Warranty deed Truby and Co's. addition to body and from any other person, .11.1 0..1- AS aDWI ,..

i taught, little things that serve as example--remove our hats 1 and 2 of Block 7, Livingston, filed November 8, Starke. Deed flied October 3. especially when loading unloading, I J.w full e.a_ Sao
Truby and Co.'s addition to Starke. A. J. Thomas and Eva Mae Tax: deed to Mrs. Rosa Stanley. taking off the safety or workingthe .tr.alos
r. when the flag is passing by; respect the nation's laws ; arise I Warranty deed filed October 1. Thomas;, husband and wife, to D. 30 acres Filed October 3. action. t.r W.IJOI VRegister

, i when the National Anthem is played. And, reviewing the Minnie Hawkins, representing P. Carpenter and Myrtice J. Carpenter Tax: deed to George Keen. Lots Never leave your gun unattend

j ; principles of Democracy, SELL it tfi neighbor and friend, to one of seven heirs at law of Richard Lot 11, Block 16, Temples' 1, 2, 3, 4, and 5 of Block 27, Livingston ed for a moment, unless you unload t\
Goff, deceased, to Mrs. Eva addition'to Starke. Warranty deed Truby and Co's. additionto it first.
, If't ': our children and the stranger within our gates. Mae Thomas. 65 acres. Warrantydeed filed .November 12.Empire Starke. Filed October 3. Never climb a tree or a fence

i : Remember, GOOD salesmen don't waste time knocking filed October 1. Lumber Company to Tax deed to W. M. Agin. 60 with a loaded gun. Put your gun
+ D. G. Coff and Bessie Lee OOff, Randolph Crosby. 40 acres. Warranty acres. Filed October 3. through or over a fence, then pickIt
t competitive products. They get busy' and ably present the husband and wife representing one Adeed. filed August 16. Tax deed to W. H. Graham. 130 up trom the other side.

: SUPERIOR VALUE of their own. We have the BEST product of seven heirs at law of Richard Mrs. G. F. Wackerman to W. acres. October 3. Never shoot at a flat, hard sur- v

and if we allow anybody to outsell us on our own home Goff, deceased, to Mrs. Eva Mae P. Harden A. W. Welsner. Landin Tax deed to W. S. Johns. Lot face or the surface of the water. r
Thomas 65 acres. Warranty deed Bradford and Alachua Counties. on Hoyt Street In Starke. Filed Ricochets travel in unforseen di MtNytyV
It will be fault but YOURS and MINE. A
ground nobody's
filed October 4. Deed fUed August 17. October 3. rections. ar roses
When we re-kindle the old flame, the "melting pot" will fuse C. G. Goff and Georgia Goff, husband Thelma E. Johns Mamie E. Grif- O. A. Andreu to D. E. Knight. Gunpowder and alcohol mix: Into %(

its content and give us once again AMERICANS. and wife representing one of fin and husband T. J. Griffin to 1-5 interest in land in Bradford a deadly potion. If men have to AUtVL Os C ,t sup 1i'a
seven heirs at law of Richard Goff, M. B. Futch and wife, Joyce Ter- County. Deed filed October 9. have liquor while in the hunting
o deceased to Mrs. Eva Mae T)'''' n- ry Futch. 135 acres. Warranty Empire Lumber Company to field, keep they away from the ,stAat dOa
as. 65 acres warranty deed, filed deed filed August 20. Container Corporation of America. guns. Injured feelings are easier wavy Ot
This year marks the 100th anniversary of the capture October 4.McKinley. Tbetma E. Mendoza and Carl C. Land la Brodford County. Deed to repair than injured bodies. Oil "

and imprisonment of the Seminole Chieftain Osceola and the Goff and Susie Gofj; Mendoza her husband to R. A. filed October 6. Please re-read the foregoing 10

800th anniversary of the first successful Spanish expedition husband and wife representing; one Green. North parts of Lots 3 and Bertha B. VWnchell and hua- commandments of gun handling Motor Cd
of seven heirs at law of Richard 4 of Block 1, J. D. Jones' addi- band. Charles E. Winchell, to J.
to subdue the Indian tribes of West Florida. Coff. deceased to Mrs. Eva Mae tion to Starke. Deed filed AugustA W Jordan and wife, Ruby Mae predictions Starke, j


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