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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 25, 1938
Publication Date: 1888-
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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1877 Subscription-For Year, $1.50; Six Months, 73c-Payable. in Advance E. Matthews, Editor' and Owner t1 j1!


I .' I.UMK SIXTY STAKKE, FLORIDA.FICtdAV. NOVEMBER: 23, 1938 NUMBER FORTY-SIX. i ig
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J Victorious For First Drunkenness Heads List Vacancy Left By Mrs.; Community Center To \. .1\

Time Over Deaf Of Municipal LaicViolations I I Alvarez Remains ''I Be Completed By

and Dumb I 1 Unfilled s r December 1I /:; ': ,

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In a hard-fought, game at the City law enforcement officials "Protect Your Htaie: From Tu I Construction of the new armory
I municipal ball park Friday the are on the Job, a survey of the berculosis" Is the slogan of the I ; ;. I which will house Headquarters c

B. H s. Tornadoes bested the St. mayor's docket In the office of the 1938 Christmas Sent campaign + Company, 124th Infantry, Florida t. '

Augustine Deaf and Dumb school city clerk, Carl Johns, revealed which opened Thankbgtving Day 4 I National Guard, will probably begin i'

tram 7 to( 6, for their second win I yesterday. A total of 88 arrests and will continue iiiA", Christmas. ; about the middle at -December -

'| of the Reason. This la the first time have been made since January 1. Two sheets of Chrlilmas Seals' Y it was learned this week. By ;;

the Tornadoes have ever won over j i this year, on various charges from (200) are being rootled to most r c+ that time the finishing touches t

the Deaf and Dumb team, although using profane language in publicto persons In Starke end everyone Is I'I'I attar will have been put on the community Ir
the game was an annual affair up PARIS, France.H r s c h e 1 Jail breaking.The urged! to accept them to help the I r A* a building on Call St, which la .t' .
when the Brad- Grynszpan, 17-year-old German- I Florida Tuberculosis t '
to three years ago most common cause of arrests and Health already practically complete.
ford High team was disbanded. born Polish emigre of Jewish ex- is drunkness, this one cause Association and The armory building, costing1' i (
traction who shot Ernst
Tho St Augustine boys won the Vom composing the city's police almost ,e? Its affiliated committees t considerably more than $20,000, .,n
toss and elected to receive from Rath, Third Secretary of the Ger- |I half of their trouble, as 42 persons and organ- I' : will employ around 59 mn for a, !'
here, Vom Rath !
Bradford In the very beginningthey man Embassy I were taken into custody on this I utlon8: all over I period of eight months. It will be < "
died of and there .J
wounds, followed I
began a series of center charge. Fighting holds second the world to fight two stories in height and will cover ,
I rushes and off tackle plays that violent anti-Jewish demonstra- place In the cause of arrests with the dread disease, an area. of 70x80: feet. It will :

caught the local boys unawares tions all over Germany with ex- 24 persons so charged on the docket. H"lTN tuberculosis which I be of brick veneer with steel roof lj(
| and resulted In a touchdown. The treme measures being taken These two far outrank all others 6 tEC14+ In Florida( alone is I s t'P i trus and will be built on property

core: remained 6-0 when the via against the Jewish people, The combined. taking a yearly, belonging to the city Just south ,(

liar\ fulled to make the extra youth had sought to avenge his Nine persons were arrested on toll of more than 1,000 i of the tennis courts on Road 13. f

| point. "fellow-Jewish sufferers from" Nazi charges of disorderly conduct nine I moat of whom are PI.rson"1 The community building which +;

Die next kick-off went to the persecution and oppression. I for reckless driving, six for speed- ajseft of 15: and 43 years, the most' r Is now rearing completion la of p"I,

I Tornadoes and after several plays ing, three for vagrancy, two for I productive and useful periods of I I picturesque log construction and -I

they were forced to kick. The defacing public properly two for their lives SALT LAIR CITY Utah Above. Miss Virginia Davis i Is plc- consists of a large

I teams fought back and u giafoe RED CROSSENROLLMENT jnll breaking, and one each for sellIng beenrschalrman Alvarez h who hall tu-ed with "King prize turkey of 1938, who defeated stage, dressing rooms,mammoth }

mid-field with no apparent groceries on Sunday in the of the sale here thi" 'sund, of other eendldtatesl In the Northwestern Turkey Growers' rooms at one end and I a

| made by either side until the last city, running over a fire hose, resisting for the past several years, resigned it.iu.iplonshipH' to win the honor of reigning over the President's rock fireplace at the other. Hus I

I few minutes of the first quarter arrest, using profane lan- this year did. ,tt> pressure of I I TharHBglvlng Day table. Miss Davis, sponsor of the King, la seated on dye log beams overhead add to
when the Tornadoes< battled their guage, and petit larceny. Some home duties and so far, no one bus I the attractiveness of the room, and
White House, In which the
been chairman the rote, a replica in miniature of the
way down to St. Augustine's goal, IS NEAR 100S persons were charged with more( appointed to take i|' the floor, which has not yet been t\\
her place i travelled Washington! r>. C
Inmnn Green, fullback for the locals than one law violation when ar- king placed, will be of rift pine. (J!"

making the touchdown. rested. The Senl design this ;year (as ---'-A--._- -- !
"Cooler1 Wooten, Bradford right The city has received since January -, can be seen Jn the accompanying
halfback, made the extra point, eve r a I Surrounding 1, in fines and forfeited bonds Illustration) was by Lloyd Coe: CHINESE MAY EAT DEAD RATS HAMPTON '

mort than evening the score, now Communities Have $304.50, the highest fine being $2:51: well-konwn New York artist and MERCHANT DIES :
[ 7-6 for the home boys. and the lowest 100. These figures i the theme Is centered around the fl'

The second quarter and the last Not Reported do not include costs which are American home, Inspiring the cam- BUT SOME PEOPLE DRINK THEM"If 1 James Vernon Jones, 61, 35 t\\

half were outstanding spectacles of charged In addition to the fine nor paign slogan. The mother and two years a resident of Hampton and. t"} '
the fines of those who chose the children In costumes of the I
Wednesday 97 memberships to young native of Bradford
a
| determined defense and offense on son County. t r
both sides and no more scoringwas the Red Cross had been received alternative, a jail stretch. Victorian age are shown lightinga I Florida's 'shine' drinkers the blind fund and to the depend died in his home in Hampton Sat- l< '

| added by either team. In Starke as a result of the Red' The most unusual sencence of candle In the window of their could( examine the reports on file ent children's fund. The public urday, November 12. He had been ;

The Deaf and Dumb received Cross Roll Call Campaign, Elmo R. the year was given by Mayor T. home. The lighted candle, la In- In our office," State Beverage Department health Is also protected againstthe In 111 health for over a year \ .i l t
Frank Landrum March 28, to dicative of the enlightenment j distribution of brew which .
I penalties totaling thirty-five yards Struth, chairman for Bradford on on officials said yesterday! n Funeral services were held in :
a man arrested for fighting: a tuberculosis that has. been kindled would a maggot.
I and Die Tornadoes five The vlsl- County, disclosed yesterday. "showing conditions existing prostrate ( the Baptist Church in Hampton \
j ton completed one pass out of The Lawtey Junior high school ten days In jail suspended sen- by the Christmas Seals and of around unlicensed stills capturedby TheRe stills are not confined to Monday afternoon at 3:30: o'clock ;

I eight while the home team at- enrolled 100 percent, he stated, as tence subject to his attending their mission of i protecting( \ every agents, the market for moon- any one locality but are found with Rev. C. R. Robinson and Rev. I if!**.

tempt:>d none.: Bradford made fifteen 275 pupils contributed J4.50. The church three times each Sunday I home from the dll>clI>Ie. shine would became non-existent. throughout the stale. One report I G. E, Cutshaw officiating. Interment I;

[ first downs and their oppon- quota is one cent for each pupil. for the four following Sundays. "About thirty million seals arc The following Interesting! though tells of a still found under a cypress -i was In Santa I Fe Cemet ry. i i 4
Starke school contributed Very few cases were dismissed, I brinK sent out this week ... facts released 12 7;"
ents leventeen. C. B. Pollack The high Q. E perhaps revolting, were tree" in Indian Lake about 'Pallbearers were C. A. Dennison it
made the score for the visitors. I $0111 addition to the quota and showing that our law enforcement Therr)'. president of the Florida : miles northeast of Ocala Buzzards I M. Wattei-Hon, K. U VVatterson.Q. t

The line-up was; will receive the Junior Red Cross I officials are careful and arrest I Tuberculosis and Health Asnoeia- Prohibitionists to call It roasted on the limbs of the troe P. Wadsworth, Jr., George ;r rI

programs (safety and health edu only those guilty lion said. "Tuberculonis breaksup "filthy liquor" and addict of the and on the open barrels containingthe Rahme, Jr., and D. D. Gay 1
Sturke Position Visitors cation) from national headquarters --. more homes than any other dis- flowing bowl have been beard to mash, nnd buzzard manure I i
Besides his widow he Is ,
PI'ISL LE Lewis in Washington, D. C. MANY ease," he went on. "If a father or refer to it as "hog-wash," hut was found In the barrels and In survived i'r
by three daughters, Mrs. M. E I '
Chastain LT McClalr The Hampton and Graham sew- mother la stricken, this means neither of these adequately describe parts of the still.

Turner LG RailbackGriffis ing rooms each contributed a dollar SAW NEW TRAINOver ,separation from the family if other the putrid brew distilled Another report says that a still I Mrs.C. Sweeney J. A. Gnann., Mrs. C. L Muy and, ,.1

C Rowe enrolling them 100 percent. members are to be protected from from Inking mash containing was found on ('I'll mer Inland In
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Phillips RG Armstrong So far, 7 memberships have been COO Starke and Bradford the threat of the disease," buzzard manure, dead rats, I and Lake Okcechobee. The water used Mr. Jones was the son of the

Silcox RT Bradley received in Hampton and a final I County citizens turned out Thurs- Christmas Seals finance a year- thickened with crushed or> decayed to mix the mash came from a mud late Wiley and Hester Jones and: t d

Torade RE Lockley check-up will be made Saturday, day night of last week to see and round program to control tuber- flies, beetles and bugs; however, hole; and dead, chickens and four I was educated In Bradford County 'rI
I
Harper QB Housefaln although the Roll Call officially inspect the Seaboard Airline Rail culosis and by so doing, protectall these reports show that Is the kind big rats, swollen to the point and as a young man engaged! In
Wooten RHB Johnson road's latest streamlined Diesel- the mercantile business, this being *
Brooker of liquor our moonshine drinkersare
closed Thanksgiving Day. homes from tuberculosis. Early I where they were ready to burst I
McKinney! ;: LHB Altman electric train, "The Orange Blossom his employment for 35 ,I tf
years.
and the State Farm getting t
out the tu-
Lawtey cases are sought by had been added! to the mash to ..
Green FB Pollack had not been heard from Wednesday Special," which will begin berculin test and x-ray, nursing Acting under Instructions givento hasten fermentation. I In 1904 he as married to Florence ,
--- regular schedules from New Yorkto the department by Governor May NlcheU of Philadelphia, Pa..
afternoon. service Is provided! the ill, teaching i
In the mash found with still
40 Miami December 16. It was at I Cone, a clone cooperation has been a and to this union was born, three
pledged -
In the Starke campaign materials are supplied to teachers 'If,
WILL HEAR I local from 6:50 until 8:00: on 10th Avenue in Tampa, deadrats daughters Mrs. Jones died in 1919 f'+
memberships are yet to be collected the depot : I and students. Films, exhibits, set up by the department betweenIts and cockroaches were found. i JI
BENEFIT CLAIMS and these are not includedin : o clock. lectures and demonstrations area agents, federal officers, coun- found about five miles north In In 1921 he was married to the 91 t
Mash
the 97. The Roll Call began Armistice The first three cars of the train part of the educational program. ty sheriffs, and constables and mu- of Lakeland thick with present Mrs. Jones who was then ; \
Provisions of the Florida Work- Day. Last week, Mr. contained only machinery, 6,000horsepower's Proceeds, of the Christmas Senl nicipal officers. As a result of wan so Miss Ethel Dees Kite of Starke. '
flips, roaches and all kinds of filth
men's Unemployment Compensation Struth and the assistant Roll Call worth, for driving the sale also go to support the Florida this cooperation much greater efficiency that Is was and so on "ad The deceased was a member of ;
act will be administered chairman, Miss Ruth Slernberg, train at a speed In excess of 60 Tuberculosis Sanitarium In Orlando In the locating; and 1 seizing soupy tho liuptlat Church In Hampton r'

through 23: district offices of the made a house to house canvass of miles per hour on its planned "one I' and for research work in the of unlicensed stills has been nuuHeum. and for several years had been a, ;

tattt unemployment service, It was the city, netting a majority of the night on the train" runs. Visitors tuberculosis field. made possible, increasing the rev- Agents of the State Beverage member of the board of Deacons ee

learned this week from WendellC memberships and pledged member were not allowed In these cars but --.-- enue of the department which goes Department know( that there l Is The Key-McCube Funeral Homo \'. q J'

Renton, Chairman of the Flor- ships received. many climbed the steps and looked to the old age assistance fund, to such a thing as "filthy liquor." had charge If arrangements :'
.
In doors and windows Wunlon II. Carter Jr. _. ..... ,
ida through ----
Industrial Commission, In Tallahassee Several Starke firms Joined the I -- --- --- --- - -- ----- -- -- --- -- --- e

Red Cross 100 percent by all mem- and the bewildering maze of en- I Funeral services for Winton H. Plants
Strawberry J I.
| and generators) CLUB MEETS 11 BLIND ;
Starke Is In the Gainesville area bers of the firm Joining Individually. glnes Carter, Jr., were held at St. Mark's .
and headquarters of the area will Mr. Struth Is pleased with the Long lines of visitors trailed Episcopal Church Wednesday aft OUT OF DOORSMembers More than two million strawberry AIDED HERE j ,
be there An, Interviewer work- results of the campaign and com- j through the luxurious day coaches ernoon at 2 o'clock with Rev. Nor plants have been shipped from

Ing out of Gainesville will call in mented upon the "willingness, co- and Pullman cars, with eager eyes man F Kinzle of Marlon, N. C. officiating of the Starke Rotary Staike to Miami and Dade County Potentially there are 2.1>14 per

Starke one day each week and accept operation and generous spirit with and surprised exclamations of at the the l assisted by Rev. Fred : Club were guests Wednesday of In the past 45 days, E. J. Wehle. sons In Florida who are eligible to

< claims for benefits and application which the citizens of the town re- neatness and convenience The Yerkes of Jacksonville Interment National Container Corporation ata express agent said yesterday. receive Aid to the Blind because of .
for employment. A regular sponded." The goal for Starke was compartments and berths. followed in Crosby Lake Cemetery. "Dude County raises strawberries loss of sight or near-loss of sight. j
schedule of calls here will be announced set at 200 memberships, but this I dining cars with their tile floors, Young Carter, 21, was the son fish chowder luncheon served on enough to supply nearly the entire according to figures made public l''

) as soon as organization figure, It is feared, will not be | domed roof and modern appur- of Mr. and Mrs. Wynton H Car the Empire Lumber Company land east coast of Florida., but the by the Jacksonville office of thei I'! ",
much west of This large tract,
plans' are completed. reached. tances were the subject to ter, 802 Acosta St" Jacksonville, town. severe summer heat kills most of State Welfare Board. ,
be- comment. I' killed In consisting of around 20,000 acres, the plants, necessitating the Im-
The The sale of Christmas Seals and was Sunday a motor-
In Bradford Aid to the
State-wide County
employment ser- from Starke recently purchased by Con-
vice this week and it has been Nearly 100 persons cycle accident near New Orleans.He was portation of additional ones each
was established the 1937 gins Blind was received during Novem.. ; '
by Baldwin tainer and followingthe
rode to as Corporation
and vicinity sailor the SS Clearwater ," H. L Brownlee, prominent
sealsis year
out that the sale of was a on '
legislature pointed her 11 In the of
amount
and will work In con railroad. I luncheon employees of the by persons
of the
the Florida Tuberculosis guests A native Floridian, he Bradford County shipper answered
carried on by
junction with the Unemployment Interesting demonstration $104.00, and average of $14
an gram,
company gave
and Health Aaoclatlon and I graduated from Gainesville High when requested for an explanation. '
Compensation Division In distributing I pertaining to methods I each. .
connection whatever with HUNTINGBEGAN School and attended the University .
has no The number la double the estimate
Jobless
benefits to eligiblenemployed of growing pine timber fur the i;
" the Red Cross. This fact is men- of Florida. He was a member of .
Florida workers startIng MONDAYHunting pulp wood mills. Fist Pint Berries I of 1,280 eligibles resulting?] i \
er- the Theta Chi social fraternity. ,
tioned because many persons from a of the state made I
January 1 1939 the survey
employ-
lent roneously believe that the seal sale Ills grandfather wan the late Although they were "Invited Jim Rye, farmer, living a mile I
the former State Board of
service the designated In Florida legally by
being season out" at no each Rotarian and a half northeast of Starke So'I'
of expense
the Red Cross and Captain R. C. Heiberger, Keystone
carried on by .
agency for ia clal Welfare in co-operation ;,
fits. the payment of bene- that they are being asked twjce to opened Sunday, November Heights, well-known here, paid the secretary 75c which will brought In this season's first pintof I the WPA which )
contribute to the same work when 20, but, because of an old law now and other relatives, among them go Into the club's educational fund. strawberries Tuesday Novem upon based.legislative ,\.'

III The first contributions were paid have Joined the Red Cross and I being enforced In Bradford Coun- Mrs. H. A. Bishop and DeWitt C. This fund Is a product of the state ber 15, which Hold for $11.20 by appropriations month of November were assistance Duringthe f
they
October 1937 and to date the Christmas Seals. ty, prohibiting the discharge of Jones, cousins, are also known organization and Is used to help subscription, the lucky winner be- X;
are sent were made to 2,142 ,
"vision has collected nearly 10 firearms on Sunday, hunters did here. Besides his parents, he Is deserving young men through col ing Robert Green, employed by payments per
Jjljllon dollars, and more than not take to the field until Monday. survived by a brother, Ray of New lege. the laundry here. It was stated I sons In the amount of $31,2-1.00, t t.
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workers are earning wage Opens Rooming House County Judge E. K. Perryman Orleans The delicious chowder was pre last week that R. A. Griffin picked I an average grant of $14 58. Tha I
assistance whe'-
credIts under this State law A. A Durden, Bradford County stated he had sold 128 county --+ pared by Norbert L. Cochran, as- this first pint of berries- this is I cases added receiving to ;'J' t
These pending applications
89 state licenses ,
and
contributions and hunting licenses Mr. Grills two
are on deposit conservation officer, sistant plant manager of the an error. picked 't
with' the game total of 217 In all. A Assistant SupervisorJoe : gives the potential case load, after h
Treasurer United a the '
of the Mrs. Durden are opening a room- company and arrangements were pints next day, Wednesday, .
allowances are made for rejection.*
States and can be used only for Ing house In the Davis building great majority of these were sold H Wilkins, of Leesburg made by A. II. Stier, limber acquisition November 16, and stated he expected In to ,
the proportion past experience ,
{ Payment of benefits to eligible at the corner of Madison and In the past five days The Judge Friday became assistant Rural Rehabilitation manager, who Is a fre- to gather a crate this week. .
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unemployed Florida work- Thompson Streets, directly across expects to sell at least 33 more Supervisor for Bradford quent vlnitor at the Rotary Club School t

ere from the Jones Funeral Home. making a total for the season of County under the Farm Se- here, and L D. Vining, "local representative Hand In ParadeIt Play at Brooker i I

the Other localities to be served by The home formerly occupied by 250 as against last year's total of curity Administration. His officeIs of the company. A play, "The Old Maids' Convention i Y 1

Gainesville office include Haw- the Durdens on West Madison has 223.Two in the rear of the City Hall, -- _..--- was omitted In the November ," will be presented Thursday I"" i
home> Lake Butler, High Springs, been taken by E. L. Williams and I arrests were made of per while the office of the Supervisor, 18 edition of the Telegraph that night: December 1, at the Brooker \I.; ;

Alachua, Archer Trenton and family, high school principal. sons for hunting before the season Ralph Cox, Is la the front of the /* Moved Home the school band was In the Armis- School sponsored by the Brooker '! ,j
Cross City. opened. They are out under bond. I building and to the left of the en- Wesley Bryan, Starke man who tice Day celebration and football'game P.-T. A. The character are twen ,

Harold C. Wall, formerly of Church Painted .. trance. Mr. Wilkins brings his was badly hurt In an automobile parade. We hasten to give ty old maids who are changed to :f'I'' I''

<"arke, and Director of the Unemployment Baptist Births I family and they have moved into accident near Palatka last week, them full credit aa they were right beautiful young girls' by Professor

Compensation Division, The exterior of the Starke Bap-this Mr. and Mrs. A. Isaac Mann the Quigley house at the corner of was moved to the home of his there and working hard. And although Pinkerton and his electric trans Ie '

Acting Director of the Employ- tist Church has been painted Is Brooker, girl, ;F: vember 20. South and Cherry Street recently mother, Mrs. W. M. Bryan, here the omission was not In- former, giving them a chance to I

!beat Service pending the appoint- week. The body of the building and Mr. and Mrs. Jessie A. Altman, I vacated by E. L. Williams and Sunday, from a Palatka hospital. tentional, we felt that everyone "catch their man." Admission j I
llellt of a State Employment Ser- white, with green trimmings November 2. family. I His condition is Improving. "heard" about it, five and ten cents.Jrn Pu
ice Vanderbilt, girl, ,
Director by tho Governor. the porch and steps are gray.



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TWO BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPR. FLORIDA FltlD.\Y,, NOVEbifF.n
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t sen." A throng crowds the street O tlV"IY. and represent unpaid NKV, i OH -_
I l Nf ( GERMANY'S NEW "TANK STOPPERS' ..
I taxes for the yearn 19Z7 to 1931. :
"cirtne ) 'n.Bnut'hWi.m ,
corner. Many of them up both Inclusive. amounting to 163.28. (JSKV4)) Qu ,'I'
i ; BOB JONESComments through great tribulation." They TheLetter ALSO: Lot 29 & Stfc' at Lot 40 : ,
; tots 49 & ('H\\ .
"kindreds! and & 1Vu<4 of 48 All Lots North 1", '
from -
there net "
A06 B are 60, 01 In Woodlawn S..o. 29. T Huuth-Wesi '14:' > ,. f
On Here tongues and tribes and nations." Box 6 S. K. 23 13., containing Y6Acres Houth-Rnm' i "i ,,:' "
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more or la..a.Tlte + ,. : f
What host of the redeemed! They North-W-Ht, "
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taxes. to he sold l .are evidenced. (1\\\ .f
North 1" ,
And Hereafter "praise God from Whom all bless- by. certificate. No. US of 1998, andreprenein (CSlo1' ,) IfliH ,, ,''d
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unpaid. taxes for (NW' Quart"r ? nyn': '1
ings flow." They rejoice that they Washington< D. C., the years ) ."'"I,
1927 to 1931 both inclusive. amounting "i'h LQllol'lo. "I's ''I ,; H'el,'
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F.CO counted worthy to suffer for :
were November 17, 1938. to $a .Sl.AI.HO All ,
ot
"No will I withhold "" 'II"n ,,
good thing '
8< of NW Ex. I 't'hlu
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the "Lamb that was slain and redeemed Smith ,
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Editor '
Mr. E. i L. Matthews, H''I'I Iltlr ,
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:t Nld! Cor A All NVj of 8W% N of ?I ,
from him that walketh uprightly. them to God by His Bradford County Telegraph Urnnch Sue. 27 Tp. E S. R. 21 E.}. ((SI'a':' )) Quit,",.I.._I :,.'''"It'It I,::nl,
%' That la God's promise. "Heaven blood." know now that the containing; 117 Acres more or QUIII'I "r '
They "fI :
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FloridaDear ) ,
r Starke Ie.... I nxtSwm I "' '",., ,Ki t
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and earth but ,;
p may pass away my of the world through ) ,
sufferings '
1 be '
i: t YIl Mr. Matthews: Tlia' taxes to sold are evidenced Went NwV)7i .r ,.
,I! words shall not God Jp w ( ) ,, ,, ? ,
t? ; ; pass away. which they traveled were not to P The Bradford County Jeanes by certificate No.. 2H3. of 1938 ndrepresent Fifteen fl6>, '"" "r ,,m',;

keeps His promise."If It were not be compared with the glory of f. Teacher has sent me copies of the 1932 to 1938 unpaid both taxes Inclusive for the amountIng year- North-WeRt!!} ., fNwi',) ";"II',
r rI 110. I would have told you" said their heavenly state. Cheer up, Bradford County Telegraph for to 11.10.96.. North-Fa.North-1.t(INl'I' I ? ;'r
Jesus. In other words. He aald, Chris- Maid tax certificated together with ( ,l "yuor'. ?'
troubled and sorrowing Norlh-W""I
you 4 ? .,xM Friday, November 3, and Friday, all subsequent omitted' or Levied Norl h- (NWI" Quarter. .
"You can depend on Me. 1 Do we tians. Never mind the satanic taxes will ba Hold to the highest Folli (1S( ) .
I November 11, and I have read with ROUlh-Wellt ( Quarter' oi
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y believe It? It we really believed bidder at the Courthouse door In \.
and the hatred and opposition N orth-Wax Quail ;
persecution t e )
the greatest of Interest the notices Htark on the 25th day of November, NWI)
. ?I God none of us Christians would of Godless world. God Routh-Eo'l (SE'4)' Qutlcarteej
HOME a therein bearing on the Industrial 19X8 at 11:00 o'clock A. H. I
, NZED y worry about what happens to us. is your Father He is on the work of the (colored( Dated this the 6th day of November (NF9I/Q: / ) Jlalr! and,."r]" 't vnrtb, gI:
. 1938. ,
r ,, God la Father. A normal Half of .. '" ''N''
our : throne. He has not given HisFatherly O1)F1CIAL, North-W. ,;)
,1 up SEAL) .
(
p'OR schools and your fine editorial. Quarter of (NIt ..I,
Sect ,
,
mother is more interested In the to take A. J. THOMAS.Clerk tou'a,, .
; responsibility North ( ',181,
May I take this opportunity to express Circuit
of ( Court of I-air'rSouth. "10
welfare of her child than he Is in ((8(4)'( ; outli
of His children. Even when
Agrees care a Mr to sincere Bradford County Florida. 1 '
x you my very appreciation ofTwentyThree Tw .
Sect .neEtt\
tb bon f himself God Is Interested In His earthly parents throw us down, for this recognition of Il-ll-St-ll-25.. Quarter( : lun ', 1"ur

' etlag' a 4 children. "Like as a father pitltth He takes us up. It is true that One of the first photographs made of Germany's new Siegfried good _work on the part of the Ne- North (NIi(,) Hair or ,
]
] his children, so the Lord pltl- I OKI>KR OF IMtnl.ICATIO'V (NF%I) "III t'se: (
Quarter
ws He sends His angels to encamp line facing France, this picture shows a long line of reinforced con- groes of your county, which Is IN ciuci'rr' rut HT" KIUIITIIMiriAi .IV- Halt ot North ( !o1''h' 'M,41IN' ,
NIo,
eth them that fear Him. God ) HAlt
.
jly' Dome tjfcbaractrf r around and about us with swordsIn crete "Tank Stoppers." In the foreground Is a new type' road barricade i something that is not always rec- riiicvrr.ROHD IlItAU ,, ) Hnlfof HOlllh (H'' Nortb
aj; never said He would not let sorrow hand so nothing can harm us. fOUNTV, UTATK OF West (WIi) Halt of' ( t1 half; '
M : Sorrow also made of reinforced concrete. Note how the ]line of "Stop- ognized in our Southern commun- KI.WItlUA. IV CHANCKRY. (SWtt ) Qunrt..r ot Fln'lIh', W..i
..Ciar ,,; f come to us. overtaking But He Himself in the person of ities, and I this as a Southerner JESSIE) K. WILSON (S'\V14) Quart.r tuth W"'I'
toofj e prs" winds through the peaceful fields. Concrete machine gun pill- say 4.
a consecrated child of God is 'Ioa
; ; Complainant
the Holy Spirit dwells In our mor- ((23)) ,.
Sf tdered J
' jtF cue of God's good things which boxes and heavy gun emplacements back up this line. myself VS. South (Sib) hair; EARl
impoih) tal bodies. God In us. Angela ANDREW .: I Half ot (EI
l';rpf + f y 1 e has not withheld from the one with drawn swords about us. What you had to say about the WILSON.Defendant.. OuarlAr_____ no., _.Norlh.w......_..h. .u"' t., ..,:0\\,1.:; ,
.jfcy'to pu''leratlona ? ,; ;' rho walks uprightly. Tears on and work; and prominence you gave it It appearing by affidavit appended North-East (N8t'Quen.r' ..t 5
> < Come on. sorrows persecu- I tn the bill I Section Twenty-Two 7sii ul'
filed
In the
| ''r in your paper Interests me so above- ( )
//along WA'iled fate cheeks of surrendered saintsL tions. Come on, disappointmentsand EVERGREEN NEW RIVERMrs. .stated cause that Andrew J. Wilson The property herein d. ?!b"d

i man/it k; t L -air!jewels brows that"Surely some day goodness will deck and troubles. Come on, wicked Mrs F. A. Roster CorrespondentMrs. O. E.,Crosby, Correspondent me much thirty that copies I am asking of each you of to these send the -reeldent defendant of therein the State named.of Florida. Is anon be parcels offered a.. set for forth unit ,ii III|,,,, 4ia,,2i'J.*",
and In
and demons. Before and accordance ?
t; men angry a resident of state unknown therewith
Home r- ry shall_ follow me. all the_ days you can harm us wno belong to Maggie Forsythe and Mr. and .Mrs. M. L. Johns and numbers of your paper so that I over the age/ of twenty-one years:: sahe and..Id property.. .submitted','haH" ,?, Ih!

fJloridaXBeveral- o_ lay me ana 4 win uweu in tbe God you will have to overthrowand daughter Lucile, and Joe Copeland children and Miss Doris Crosby at- may send one to each member of It non-resident Is therefore defendant ordered ba that and said Is received. and )"?!pId, I" ''no.,, _I
the Southern Education Founda- Court In ''h
; lam-se of the Lord forever. The destro, the angelic army encamping of Jacksonville, spent Sunday here tended the funeral services of Everett hereby required to appear to the ot the final accordance with the tern:
JmethodiIf > 41 sleep were chased by wolves and tion. I am enclosing herewith our bill of complaint filed In said. cause decree ""r rurcIII'
about us. Can you do with B. E. Rosier! and mother. Renfroe in Tarpon Springs herein for acceplan, ,. ,
of the check to on or before Monday the 6th day or r.J.cli .
other animals. The wild cover same.Cordially by the Court .
animals and ,
? If still defeated Miss Louise Rosier Wed- of lIubJe" t II'
that you can, you are spent Sunday. December A. O. 1938 otherwise proval of lh'RI''
||\atabllsk: S ) TI'', tent by eaten to "hound the path" for omnipotence la held In nesday with Mrs. Claude Johns at Miss the yours. the allegations of said.. bill will ba the term.. and the conditions Court and. of ubtct) ,
Jj IL}j'to the 1 of a consecrated saint are somehow Betty Crosby was ARTHUR D. WRIGHT taken as confessed by said defend- decree ot foreclosure tho tin I
for defeat for In our the State Farm. herein
I'' reserve your ; week-end guest of Miss Madeline
1'.reclpeB, President Southern Education ant.It 1\r. F. BROWN
P ), changed by God's miraculous .. .
Is
further
bodies dwells the Holy Ghost. It Mrs. Jean Gasklns of ordered that this order As Speclallotael..r
spent Friday Crosby Brooker last week-end. 'In 'hanc.f
conveniij Foundation, Inc. be published
into "goodness and once a week for 11-11-41.12-2.
power mercy"
is a sin for Christians to fret and with Mrs. Hester
fcouaewlieorreapcj Sapp. Roy Andrews and Miss Ovleda four consecutive weeks In the Bradford -
to keep the saint In "paths of worry. Do we believe God? Thenlet's Mr. and Mrs. Willis and Johnnie Andrews of POSTMASTER CONFESSES County Telegraph a newspaper STOMACH
UPSET
Bryant Reddingand I
::421 righteousness. Out yonder in published In said County and State.
faith Christian
er,bust lrf ''y a the ages to come I Imagine I see show our restful by a daughter were visiting bin Lake Butler were visiting !In our TAKING POSTAL SAVINGS' This let aiHt, 1938 Is low-vitality robbing ,
and (OFFICIAL you
composure spirit.HAMPTON section afternoon. SEAL) t
mother Mrs. H. F. Sun- Sunday
Asaedoi 'i a group of redeemed ones on a Redding, A. J. THOMAS, physical .resistance your tytte
f corner In Heaven. "My name is day.Mrs. We are glad to know that Mrs. WEST PALM BEACH.HarryE. Clerk Circuit Court. needy right now. Often 'it t

s tlon ag yIi Daniel! ," says one. "I read about Frank Crews and children :J. B. Watson is improving aftera Bobo, postmaster of Gifford, a By Deputy J.. It. KELLY Clerk, found that system 'lacking the,I

,'dldJtoml sys you In the Bible when I was a Miss Ada Nlmmo. CorrespondentOn were visiting her aunt Mrs. Proc serious Illness In St. Vincent's small town north of Vero Beach, T. J. JENNINGS JR., rightful strength are afflicted vm!

+'4t '' : child," a. saint wearing a crown I tor, in Lake Butler, Saturday. Hospital in Jacksonville.Mr. pleaded guilty Monday before U. 11-4-61-18-2 Solicitor for Complainant. poor appetite due to itoraai,

I Cll. wttc'G' ''r of glory says. "Daniel were you November 21, about 4 o'clock :Miss Pauline Johns was visiting and Mrs. R. J. Turner were S. Commissioner R. L. Ernest to over-acidity.

[ ''and thafmo; ;.. t" very nervous when you were In the morning the old Durden Miss Louise Rosier Sunday after (I visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. appropriating $388 In Postal sav- M.t MTFaI'N "'I.E It heartburn discomfort m u

ing thrown Into the lions' den," the Department store building caughtfire noon. W. T. Turner, in Live Oak, Sat- I ings funds. under NOTICR and IS by HKKICBY virtue of GIVEN a final that decree set stomach, caused by this ,at{

1 of their ji. Ib'I' saint inquires. "Yes, I was naturally and burned. The origin of the 0 .- urday. Bobo was placed in county jail of foreclosure made and rendered acidity, la bothering you la,,
1, i Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Crosby and here of by Honorable A. Z. Adklns.,
I a little disturbed, but It was fire was unknown. ONE PRISONER ESCAPES, pending posting $1,000 Judge dated the Kth duy of November Bisma-Rex.
ent aft 1 w so foolish as I look back now. Thatlions' Messrs. B. Y. and J. 11. Saxon ANOTHER: IS CAPTURED Mr. and Mrs. Jim McCulloughwere bond while he awaits trial In Federal A. .... 1H38: (In that certain causawherein Bisma-Rex quickly neat,'I'nllz,

don wlk Xi'' den was one of the many left last Sunday for Pompano, business visitors in Gainesville I Court. Plaintiff L.and.Jl. It.Alexander B. ,Whitehead was and and Is excess acid, soothes thl noma,

teen d # good things God sent me along where they have business Interests. TALLAHASSEE. State Pris- Saturday I others were and are Defendants, lit linings, and brings .iboui reli,

: rbe life's way. I thank him for it Rev. C. R. Robinson, pastor of on system "broke even" Monday' Kenneth Turner and Miss Bon- SiOTICH OF !II.HE OF TAX was which. appointed final decree Special I. M. F.Master Brown. to, and comlort.
,11 now." Another speaks: "I know nie Turner were the guests of Miss CEHTIFICATES levy upon adv..rllond offer for Obtain a jar of BiHrmt-Rex at
even the First Baptist Church of Hampton when one prisoner escaped and an- NOTICE IS l I'
HEREBY .
r rVpman GIVEN that .
Iris Crews of Hale the Inml s therein described. ,
I
how you feel. :My name is Paul. the State Farm W. It. Graham. exclusive agency the Rexall Dr.,.
rJtir 1 VYt preached at High Springs last other was returned from Pitts- has filed with me as Special Master aforesaid I have
IntI3tion e, I was beaten and left by the roadside Sunday morning.he 'burg to complete a life sentence. Sunday afternoon. Ieates written. request that the .tax. certlf- levied upon and will on the blh day Store, Carpenter's Drug Store i iStarke.
Mr. and Mrs. W. together with all mihaoquent nf December" A. D. 1938,
T. of at 11
% k'' + for dead. I was in prison, Hampton Junior! High SchoolIs Charles Crumley, Morgan omitted or levied taxes held by the o'clock A. M. of said day In front .-Adv
i."which 1 m 11 ? 't while I suffered with a bloody progressing nicely under the negro sen- Valdosta, Ga., are the guests of State ba advertised and sold to the of the Court House door In Starke,
t tenced to two years December 20, Mr. and Mrs. W. B. highest' bidder for caiih an provided Hradford County,
; too Ing''oi' A'b&& Q back and my feet were in stocks. able management of Proftsaor W. 1037, for assault to commit man-- Lazenby, here. by Chapter: 18298 of the 1937 acts of sale. and receive bids Florida. for offer the purchase for If Excess Acid uu
t It seemed a little hard the LcKlnlature, upon the following; of the FREE youpain.ofStomlUle.ra
sometimes,
been tk t M. Morrow and his able corps of slaughter In Brevard leading following described <
't County, escaped coastwise described real estate In the Countyof lands to wit: .
,latrlg.-tqq,, : but wasn't God good to us? How teachers. from a State Road exports Bradford, State of Florida, to- Indigwtion
oAeerv (.;+ I praise Him for all of those good ment Depart- are petroleum products and wit: IN:. TOWNSHIP!': SKVFIN ((7)), SOUTH Bloating,CM,Heartburn Belchin,
camp near Lake City. It vegetable food products Lot 7, 10, 46, 47 In Woodlawn HANOI: TWJo NTY-TWO ,
tatty ar pHsand There were 10,232 homicides in was the second escape to be reported ; foreign 8ectlon 29 Tp. B S. R. 22 E.!, containing EAST T H H FOLLOWING(22)) Nausea,get a/>..sample of UDG
exports
are wood and
1 *4 ,the 17. S. In 1936. this month. paper products 40 Acres, more or less. LANDS: and a /r*. Interesting booklet
The taxes to be sold evidenced
machinery and chemicals. are All of Section One (1);
terhr r r .-11I ,..., _..- - --........-..-- - -by certificate Nos. 146 of 1928 re South (SIoi.) Halt of North-East CARPENTER'S DRUG STOKJ
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HOUR HTAKKK FLORIDA Jo'RIU.sOVElIBEIt] 23. 1U38! NUMHKIC MINK :
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STA.FF Senior Personalities Amateur ProgramIn Mammy Sez: What Would HappenIf Primary JinglesFirst Plans Being Made :

.,AMI53 SBWEIJL For Music Festival i
Chapel TuesdayMrs.
Eilltor-In-Cnlef --- 't
ETHEL LOUISE' :; WAKKKN Gee but dose seniors sbo did Grade

A Z ADKINS, JR. One beautiful Friday morningon put on a laughable assembly program We have our Indian and Pilgrim Sometime In the future Mrs : '
Editor-in-Chief T T. Long's section of the Coach Whllllmore found one of
,I.tanl March Two of
8 1921 made.
In
Orangeburg, last Tuesday afternoon. Dat Sandtables scene Mabel Wall Is planning a Munlo '
senior class the football out after nine
South Carolina, there arrived at presented a very en- players the boys made a bow and arrow. s
Reporters Junior Adkins really did put on Festival which, of course, will Include .
iaa"tPjr.<' mmetblPerryman Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Warren's homea tertaining 13.: program Tuesday, Nov. wld dat Charlie McCarthy o'clock TEveryone We learned to shoot them at re- every division of the musical '

ppphlo Ir.mall Smith. Mary Edward., very sweet little girl; her name Has you folks ben noticing chewed chewing gum cess. We are drawing Indian pic- department; the brass band, string ;. .
!>Edith'' now. Alma Murrhe.. was Ethel Louise Warren. Jimmy Sewell announced MajorTode's these new romances budding out? In school as much as one of the tures. band senior junior and elementary r_s: .

and Clara Flume Louise began her school career Amateur hour coming over In case ya hasn't, just come around junior girls? Ruby Lllley, Teacher. choruses of the Glee Club, and ,J :

In the first grade at St. Mathews, station JAT from Kingsley Pond. and stay awhile. Iht-ara dat Gayle Some of these long lived romances will also Include many special I ,

EDITORIALTII.NK8G1VING South Carolina She later movedto The first number on the program and Perry baa started: going together suddenly broke up T Harley Rhoden of Jacksonville numbers from outside musical i

Jacksonville, where she enter- was a song "Go Down Moses," Cleon's model T broke down every visited us this week. sources, and special numbers pre- ,

DAY I ed the third grade and finally sung by Enza Weaver, Martha I'se been hearing some ob dese day? Maurice and Maxine have been pared by some in the school who f

Pilgrims founded Thanks- moved to Lawtey where she enter- Wells, Ruth McGarity, Clara students talking about dere plans The State Farm school bus was absent for the past two weeks : do not participate In regular Glee U:
TIll ed school and completed the ninth Flume, Mary Edwards{ Bob Long, for Thanksgiving and Christmas not always filled? Club activities. I
their 1
show gratitude We about Thanksgiving -
are studying
to
A. Z. Adkins
OilY Harold 1 Griffis, and
vlng :
vacations. Just like when
grade.On ya gets In school be certain It will be i
making their crops Vernon Silcox Every person were --we have made some nice One may
for
o God September 3, 1936, she began something good to eat, you wants to be present and on time the remainder turkeys. i a grand and glorious occasion, y
md protecting them In the A. Z, Adklns then "got thegong" more and more ob It. All ob dese
ww her school career in dear old Brad- of the school year? M MlJdleton, Teacher i carefully and expertly planned ; y
idlnnd in which they had settled. ford High and is now one of the with Charley McCarthy We kids wants more und more vaca- instead of perfectly curried out by the per- .-
were then with violin Key were a captain
presented
[yesterday we celebrated Thanks- dignified seniors of the senior lobo "So Help Me" by O. P.a Hutto. tion.Wat's a Sargant? Second Grade son most able to do It, Mrs. Wall. hi
class. dat I hears about a door date has been set 'i'-'
It and dull of No definite
vinl: Some spent one way The two comedians Bob Long Patsy were a Instead u An exciting game of baseball
mother but all remembered Louise has grown to the heightof and L. G. Johns then few being knocked down in physics Keene? was played today at recess. Mrs. but we may lok forward to its j
'mi 5 feet 2 Inches and weights 112 gave a class? Ask John and I think he Grace were a cornfield 1 Insteadof Prevatt'a husky boys played Miss being sometime this term. ': .
This day has been set good jokes. '
[ tell
::1 Fiisrorv pounds. She has hazel eyes brown Johnny Chalker can you all about it. a Barfield ? Kitty's smaller ones and when the .
made some 11 ,
side III a National holiday by apeelul hair, and a fair complexion. Imitations very Dose football boys played some Irene were a fool instead 1 of a bell rang the score was 1111. The f:
proclamation of the Pres- good or a red hen with excellent football Friday afternoon Guess Who? ;
Sapp? little "saved the 1. ,
Louise dislikes conceited biddies boys were by
are: when
some she gets excit-
Washington started this Dere names, I hears, will '
,U5tOJTI 1ent nd through the following people making talks, and any ed, a hen just before she lays an really go down In history cause Julia Winkler were? a smller Instead ofa bell Miss) Hogsed Teacher. She Is a tall, attractive blond 's;t
kind of arithmetic but she likes and
owl.
it has been kept by each suc- egg an dat wuz de first time dat Brad- Sad instead of with hazel eyes. Even though she l '
ears English.\ Her favorite color is blue The Program concluded Madge were a a --
was
ding President. ford has ever beat ditl team. ? Is new here she has made many ;..
ana her hobby Is reading. with the whole class singing "stopBeatln' Gay Third Grade .
I declare but dose Little Womensho friends. She Is athletic and has
Is of
Day a day
Thanksgiving Betty were a Block In place of
Round the We are ready to begin studying I ,
Louise Mulberry Bush if'
Celebration and thanks that God plans to enter Masaey'sCollege did put on de dog Friday Greene? taken part In musical numbers.
In Jacksonville In September night. Dey went und had a mose on a new Reader. t :
brought us safely throughoutthe Jack were a rain Instead of n
> We have been enjoying our
vears Special worship services 1939. Then she wishes to bea Juniors To Give PlayOne successful dinner party. Und wats Hale? study of the Indiana very much. I Excessive heat caused 4,678 t I ';

sen! held all over the country. Let stenographer or a secretary for dat I hears about somebody goln'to Many different phases of the Indian's deaths In the U. S. In 1936. :

U5 never forget the meaning of this some great firm. of the biggest entertain- de show afterwardsNow GRADE NEWS9A life have been drawn. An ,

I lay and always give God the Her desire is to travel in later ments of the year Is yet to come! chilluns, I hope dat none ob Indian Echo song and an Indian! rellereNCOLDS

!hanks and praise due Him. life. Good luck and best wishes In I'll give you one guess. What It ya made yourselves sick just cause lullaby have been learned also. 666 ,
it? it's Thanksgiving dls week. News firs ilar ,
your future from the Senior classof Our Thanksgiving Booklet en- J
of Yours, Peggy Barry moved to Jackson Headachesand ;
1939. Why: course! It's the ..JuniorPlay"Mama's hall
titled "Let Us Give Thanks
Society Mammy.. ville and will attend school there. F er i'
Louise has of the sweetest Baby Boy. Sodon.t been started .. ...
one We were very sorry to lose her. Liquid TublrU In 80 s .1..
of I have forget on Friday, December Mrs. Biggs Teacher. Sulvv, None Dnipn due to C..I personalities girl
Betty fo Webb attended the fairs any 9 H. G. Wainwright quit school to
you will see one of the best Jokes ,
| Lalli''i'ity Friday night. ever known. If you have not met and go into business with his fatherIn LlllllllPnt
plays yet, we feel sure
Bcttv Green and Gayle Sewell Louise try to do it this year if won't be disappointed.\ Plan your you Bob-"What's your Idea of clean the Sinclair Oil business. Vera ANSWER---Ruth McGarity. Try "ttub-l\Iy-1'IIIII1"--A AVondorful

spending Thanksgiving boll- possible for you have never meta Manning attended Homecoming
n work and work your plan and be fun? ,
| Montreal, North Carolina. more loveable girl than Louise. celebration in Gainesville last
!ia) i sure to see "Mama's Baby Boy." L. -"Swimming.,
jilt, nrmer student of Bradford Alma Murhee, Historian. .-.- weekend.The 1. BOREE FUNERAL HOMEFull

Jligi Snookey; Corpening;, freshman class will soon be
Patrol "Have
Highway a ,
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you .
BonersLincoln line l of Caskets & Undertaker Supplies
Sewell spent Wednesday 'N flushing their class pins. We sure
Ga<->" Snoop PeepI I driver's license? AMBULANCE SEIIVIUEDAY ) : "
[,n lacksonville I Motorisl-"Sure I have. Want ly hope Unit Buddy Davis will be AND NIGIIT

was standing there looking wrote his famous ad- to see it?" back In school soon. He has been 03 PHONE9G.
dress while riding from Washington very sick with fever. II. BENNETT Mgr d I"t
for someone when I saw somethingthat Obliging\ Paliol-"No, drive on.It's .
to Gettysburg on an en- Frank Crews too, Is confined to HOME-LIKE ;
"A
IEADMO1HE slightly startled me. It was when they don have It thatI I :
lDi iorg Clara Flume and Resale Coleson velope. Insist on seeing It." his home from an attack of pleuIsy. INSTITUTION"1 I
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The chief clause In the Magna l We sincerely hope, as do .
being friendly. This
very
very Charta was that no freeman should their other friends that
XvMNoLWalw young love has developed rapidly A. Z.-"I think I'll wear my many they
be put to death or be Imprisoned will soon be back with us. The
I John Torode seems to be theladles' flashy suit I bought for college to I v
without his own consent. following have been absent from
AN..Iw.rr. man in home room. He the Masquerade dance.
Alexander the Great was born In John school one or more days thin week
"I wanted to
-- thought
had three young women talking to you 4 b c'i
Athens during the absence of his due to Illness: Lester McMillan,
masquerade, not make people
Y.r'I him at once. t '
vti t" N DI parents. laugh." Claude Norman, and Selma Thorn.
w Edwards, can't .
Mary why you Amblgnity means telling the

I I +tiPR make up your mind about which truth when you don't mean to. The man was buying some meat ton.The ninth grade. has placed its

IIgAa I boy you really like. If you should when a second man entered, obvi order for class pins Now the

settle down please let us know. Minister\ -"Christine, I've been ously In a great hurry. He rudely question Is: "Will they arrive in ,

COt1DIT1ON Di Ralph Rhodes and Buddy Bishop giving you a dime every Sunday to interrupted the other man's order. time to show them off before the PI
why does Mrs. B. Perkins haveto "Give food he 4 T !
from
keep your grunpa sleeping, me some flog Christmas vacation?
i l 0 or keep reminding you that you yet he sleeps." said, and added to the first cus- Mrs. Perkins still believes in

carry an anti-social conduct in his- Christine-"I know but grandpa tomer. "Hope you don't mind?" giving tests In general mathemat "

tory class. Is giving me a quarter to let him "Not If you're that hungry," ics. Surely she won't spring an- / ,
f
The Dowllng-Long affair seems sleep." answered the other other objective test on rules, and

to be Just as lovely as ever. formulas-soon. Here's hoping,
Among the couples around the -
Enos and
Hayes
campus are L. G. Johns and Jacqueline j I Harry Kellum Reporters.10IJ .
Andrews, Luther Lennon II II ELEMENTARY ECHOESSIXTH

and Muriel Smith. __ __ ___ _ News
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lvl pt Now let me see If I can remem- The 10-B class thinks that they
the GRADE are as follows: ..
at
ber some of the couples have a hard time making a good r1' .
Clara This week we have been study. President-Collette Green.
dinner Friday night.
EVERY OMFORT party grade on citizenship. We have to
Ing the early Greeks and we have Vice-President-Donald Dakin. '
:Marion and
and Resale
ol this mxUn. flraprool hotel ht *. take a test and whatever we makeIs
Mal ol downtown lacteoBTute. Emy Donhia and Artford, John Gene'l drawn many pictures of their Secretary and Reporter-Esther our grade

loom wife tub and >kowr. ton water.ladio. Jean, Gale and Perry, ships, chariots, warriors, etc. We Griffis. .-_. ---A
Cvtry bd wilt bucnprlav wit.kM Mary Dot and Bill, Juanita and wrote poems and stories about the Treasurer--June Hall. I
and raadbtv lamp. Banning Im Robert Owen Is back In school We Wonder Why
war, on Doer.POPULAR. Junior, and John, Edith and Enza. I ships we have drawn. --
,
Trf The questions asked this week: Wednesday afternoon we had a after being absent for three

COCKTAIL LOUNGE and PRICED COFFEE SHOP Why Edith and Enza spend so pleasant surprise when Mrs. Nelson -'weeks because of sickness in the Perry is so blue this week?

O'li' r I, i. POUND H.re. much time together? Have Juani- Green gave us a surprise partyin family. We are glad he Is back (Could this be a tip?) Katryna '

HOTEL PATTIN f HOTEL DrlOTOn.n.M. ta and Junior broken up? Whom horor of her daughter, Oleeta, with us. has moved.W. r r t:

... l..ML- does "Cooler' Wooten really like? whose birthday anniversary was on J. C. Parker's father made a H. is so quiet ? __1r1. QQ f1W I Ia

- that day. She brought an attractive beautiful Puritan poster for our Gayle and Betty G. have been so ,.". .dG- .. & (JaI4-" ... Ae.1f... Pen!taro-- 1 Pr'
birthday cake, all decorated room. We thank Mr. Parker very carefree and happy this week? 0...... 11-1Ia to14 _a.m.... 0 0 ... 00""trr"-I + t ta

and lighted with candles, and a much Edith F. is always writing non- CJ>I II-, .-- Oeaat led"" .
P a 7n Q ---1" 'r'-
Bronchial .
I Coughs large vessel of punch. We played Miss Hinson Teacher, sense proberbs? CJ\Jl! 'ttrfit..dll .... __ I
games, drew for favors which Esther GrIffis, Reporter Randall Is so mischievous? p..- n 14 Baa,""""'a i t 0 .fro....... I ". ,

In We were served la about o .... 0::: .. -I's I IC .
were a pie. Dorothy always talking 1.OOpd 1.
bacanndx .... ....''"1a Ana.lfoecfI I "
Creomulsion punch and cake by Mrs. Green FOURTH GRADE things that happen at the show? tw 0 rra..o I-. 1 1a'
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Need f fa
and Oleeta's two grandmothers, Our teacher brought two star- Julia gets a telephone call every .: ., JIa"0 tw, ..1a1$ l A 0
In Creomul- Mrs. Arch Green and Mrs. Wim- fish and a finger sponge. Dorothy Sunday from Gainesville? ygadw -- .. 1V..,.. -
that now 0
. Just chest ingredients so Jto
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a cough a
common
cold, or a bronchial Irritation of to lion you get a good dose of genuine berly. This party was enjoyed by Barnhill and Gay Driskell gave a Martha Is giving up the job of 0- ... ..... 0 "- ;-- I I

day may lead to serious trouble tomorrow. Beechwood Creosote which Is palM all class members.Mrs. report on the starfish being reporter of 10-C? g.......... s'....... --::::.t A 0 :: .'::;W7= ;I.

They may be> relieved now able and may be taken frequently Searing, Teacher.We We are making health booklets.We Edith was so blue Monday 01119.--- I ,. O ... __ ,
with Creomulslon, an emulsified by both adults and children. likes certain __ t tr 0...... -.. n
Betty Phillips ,
Creosote Creomulslon Is one preparation are trying to do the things a --
that Is pleasant to take. o at-rl"'Ae ,.. a_ A9I'ItIuI......= FIll
the seat of the trouble elected the following officers boy In the junior class? c --- .
Creomulslon Is a medicinal combination that goes to very suggested in our Health Readers. o flU C1 = r-'r FIll ,
designed to aid nature In to help loosen and coughs expel germ-chest this week: Our president, Raymond Kellum, Luther and Earl went to sleep In o.... ", ,,,1d f 7n Mas,aw'. "raid I "
oothing and Infected mucous laden phlegm. When
healing Harrell. ow'n
President-Bryan English class?
called club
to a
membranes allaying Irrlta- colds and bronchial troubles-due meeting Friday morn-
by
nand Inflammation and by common colds-hang on, get a bottle Vice-President Lorene Mon- Ing. We decided to sell candy to We have Senior Glee Club ev-

tiding in loosening and expelling of Creomulslon from your druggist. crlef get money for books. ery Wednesday?
gem-laden phlegm. use It as directed and if you are not Secretary-O. .1, Underhill. Mary doesn't like one of the
The Medical Profession has for satisfied with the relief obtainedteneratlons We are sorry so many of our
orna Its orra ompapr. :S
refundeh1 Treasurer-Herbert Green. grades on her report card? IJU.L '
recognized the benefi the druggist Is authorized to pupils are absent because they are ALL
effect of Beechwood Creosote in your money. Creomulslon Is one The following committees were sick. Dorothy Kite has been out Edith doesn't want to go to New TU I Tfc ton This It* I Tfcyy" ONLY'

Hie treatment coughs,chest special colds word,ask for the It bottle plainly Is Creomulslon,see that theLnd appointed: for a week. Marian Crews has a York with Mary In the yellow bas = n }$2:10: ABraaOnvp }$2AOOrrD
bronchial Irritations. A name on Housekeeping Arline Dew ket Christmas? 4 D /
product bad cut his foot. We
the genuine
Process was worked out by a chem- and you'll get on hope they u
. blending Creosote with,other and the relief you want. (Adv.) Garnlta Hutto, Dorothy Bell Futch, will all be back soon. Gayle's eyes are turned to
..: .1 Lyle Anderson, Frances Griffls. Brooker now? j' HO. 0. 4
Library-Esther Crews, Loren Annie Mae Ruts has moved, so i The Little Women are always I) Ibis tfompapw,I Tfc CNs.ryap.v.1 Ti All BIX
she won't be coming to school here. nliw* *O* CHIT ....,.....
ct? Moncrlef. planning something? !i iKnzii 2Mag A A .
risR .I Flowers Dorothy Bell Futch, We'll miss her. Is looking forward to I =Group" }$2.25 3 = }$2.55Sr !

i Lola Tyler. Miss Edwards, Teacher Thanksgiving BO much? i 1 11011I aro... B B 1

1 Board Washers-Harold Tomlin- Two members of the Little I I . "" ',' .

If not, make it certain. .1 'HOB Windows-Steve, Herbert Green.Weldon. kimo Mrs.Twins Hart in and reading we are us makingan the Es- I to Women's the dinner Club party wouldn't? ask dates I : ;tlf. '?: 1 _- S rotaOLT I I

Provide security for your Monitors--Thomas Williams and Eskimo sandtable. Mary Wel- Brooker Is the main topic of a I }$2.25f.Caf'
don made a polar bear of for FF: 1i! %= --I r
soap
self and family. See our A. T. Anders. conversation with so many of the ., ; TIU8 .ua
News-Raymond Hall our sandtable. Jim Frank Jordan high school girls? ,

local agent or write" I I Miss Kennedy, Teacher. brought an Eskimo Kayak and we ) at....,....... aLI rift
I! Raymond Hall and made some Eskimo lamps out of AKMOKY\ DEDICATED 14 J: :

Fs Heyward Dew, Reporters. soap. We are going to add some PLANT CITY.-Plant City put == I 1521 I: }
{ 'r.'vi '
v n tT sN' ,' more to it and then It will be aside moat everything Monday DIll IIrNIIPA .4 Fs _

FIFTH GRADEIn more Interesting. night and mustered for the for- .

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History we have been study- The pupils In our room gave a mal dedication for the beautifuland .
,
ing about Washington D. C. An- fruit shower for David Gunter Fri. imposing new Armory, homeof t "

h- ;'' Ice Green brought to the class a day afternoon. They gave him apples Battery E, Second Battalion, -

rwMyr book containing pictures of the oranges, grapefruit, tanger- 116th Field Artillery National
.. ...
,tXyx7t buildings In Washington.The ines and bananas and also a bagof Guard of Florida This fine structure ,. j

m class has bought a flower candy and a jar of jelly. He said to be the most beautiful 1e--- sstsd ..

O ? F Iti alp uN t bowl and pot for the room. Mar- has been sick and unable to cometo of any In Florida for a single unit .8tb. ma.fmlm I JOT .fcaifcai to..1 fca '-. !!!IJ 1-a

Ca Ian Manning brought some bulbs school. of the militia, was completed some >W puOVI M yO1!!. M.WDpMV.Vb .
and Alescla Noegel and Betty Tur We have been learning how to time ago, but the work upon the a It- ocr' .. d ifwec'P' D !t r( II I

.' ner brought some plants. use the dictionary other housing facilities on the site -I 1
.
We drew and colored Thanksgiving We traded some of our books to and the planting of grounds, was { 1 rt-.. .. I II t!

scenes this week. Miss Kennedy' room for some of not completed until quite recentlyIn \

Miss :Morgan Teacher theirs. When we finish reading .- fact, planting of the grounds I.DmeI .r Jt.F.D 1

Mary. Lee Overstreet Reporter.We them we will trade back again. Is still under way on the larger I
Mrs. Hart, Teacher. part of the land devoted to this T... bd Stal. H i

ty A elected new officers, They Joyce Moore, Reporter. purpose. ft-------_s.--1 t.Bradford t..

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}W M. :Elects OfficersFor P.-T. A. :Meets Thursday TTOUGH CENTER rny offlto and, "in" SK (1
for "
tax ,
f d..d i I" I" "
I Coming Year The Parent-Teacher's Association I FAVORITE Meld' oertlflcntoH, ""I', \
I' brncea th,' foil. ,.
1 1'AGES ,
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The Woman's Missionary Society of Bradford High School will I rtlen. In it,,. ,C,,,",,,',,," "'I"" I
))4 hold State of T' I''
Its Thurs lnvtrifi
meeting ,
5ocietyjJ
regular I u t" I
of the Methodist Church met RECIPES I",.tltAot.. \... ", I,
day, December 1, at 7:30: p. m. In Wem B "
An
Monday afternoon and held a business K .r ,.
and program meeting at the the B. H. 8. Auditorium. A very I_ "Hnuthwi-Hl//IMI (,IUIU'h', ":g,, i,:,',.,,' ;I ri '"''"f !
Interesting speaker from Gaines- "" ,
church. The president, Mrs. T. J Gulden. Glow Ire Cream. j4"Ulh hair of ,
"'''It. I
1 ? Griffin presided over the business ville la expected< and a social hour Mra, J. M. Alvarez gave us an tIn t"I' I 3f it .I'orlh'I", ,, ,,,' ,,""I", I I'';','",
c LittleVomen's Club Citizenship Program will follow the, fualnesa! and pro- 23 f '' ,",,, I, I
session and the officers ,, I
following: All and original recipe this week for that or'S"1'1"11' ',,," '''I",
Gives Thanksgiving Party Friday Night By WoodmenMore were elected for 1939: gram meeting.' patrons most delicious of desserts, ice more rrtlflc I t,' Nl ,, '"
others
interested are urged to attend. 7n, ,
;ik1: The Little Women and their than 200 persons including President, Mrs. W. E. Middle- cream, and what Is more it is rest North '..nt. Uiiiiti.j, ..,! 'IIh' '\' ,,';i:'h.,;'

.:.' t many guests enjoyed a lovely din- Woodmen of the World The Wood- ton, vice-president, Mrs. F. H. .-." made from the lowly persimmon.The Quarter: &I"w"'f.;' ",i ::0";,',,1 to",;;
r :. their families, and Long; recording secretary, Mrs. E. confection can be made in an Northeast (,11111",," i"." -i ,'I',
; ner party at the Woman's Club man Circle, Special ServicesAt Iulu'ler or !!;,! ;i, ,\ ", ,,:
;' Krlday night at eight o'clock. The other citizens of Starko, were present 1<:. Ferryman: corresponding secretary electric refrigerator or with a hand '* 'IIII'I","" ,' ,' _, I I
CO4 .. long table was beautifully decorated with the Woodman Circle for Miss Olive Ray; treasurer, Baptist ChurchA freezer with equally good results, jSSiS t : ..', Jft:,:;* ., ,',"tOI"," ","''II"I'i"'

I with yellow chrysanthemums an interesting citizenship meeting Miss Amelia Ray: superintendentof large congregation: witnessedan but mind the persimmons must TnS't.wi'i'm,1. ,,, ""f' "",Iii.i, .,

and fern. "Small cardboard tur- Tuesday night in the auditoriumof Mission study, Mrs. A. Wood; !' impressive service 'at the Baptist bo dead ripe. arty W8..ii In llfl,1i'tho 1 nluiii.,",, ',''.'"tlr"? ", "\ ,,.,::1"".
4 keys were used as place cards and the Woman's Club building from superintendent of supplies, Mrs. L. Church last Sunday night, in 3/4/ package vanilla. Jell-o ice ami tho BHKOKHIIM"I't.( !\; ".,. 'I Ii(";,hr,""v,,
HOMIE I .: D. Vining; superintendent of social cream powder )Iro.erly'. IIntlH.101, ,.r"I I ,"I
JJ dinner 8 until 10 o'clock. i ,
real was ,
____ a Thanksgiving which the Church Choir and a 70 "
,
__ vas In ,
NEE __ served Christian relations, Mrs. L. A. 1 pint sweet milk IInnnDIi., the ,,,,,,,Ii' ,"I, I '.. ,,
The auditorium and sun parlor group of young ladles assisted in II 'a
FOR Davis chairman local work, Mrs. 1 L'nle.s' ,
; pint whipping cream HlaI.\-\ .
a'i took in the of the club house were decorated a beautiful Interpretation of "The fituri" I ,
Everyone part pro- I reI".rn..I .
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with of cut flowers, Charley E. Johns; baby specials, Light of the Crons" As the beau- ABB CHRIETZBERO, sophomore 3 cups strained, ripe Japanese .... UP'OUllill' I L i I 0\I '",
I i gram and afterwards gathered a profusion ..ipneilolil d""I1.\" \ ,j It,, ,. ,,, (Ii""
Miss Kate Struth church board of II
Agree ; center, has had lots of competition I persimmons to the hlichiM II'III!
_ around the piano and sang many potted plants flags and pictures of tifully costumed characters depicted fotirt-hniiMi- < ''' 'h'
Christian education tM hon Mrs. L. F. at this the Auburn Dissolve ice cream In ?? h.
post on powder i
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old and new songs. Starke and Starke people in olden the Cross in tableau, and day m the Month,, r 'I 'I
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Smith literature and II" '" : :
; publicity the Choir So Loved the Plainsman football\ eleven, sweet milk and add persimmons. Whl"h I 1M till' 211.1. ,01 i ,\ 1 '
times. sang"Cod
_ Those present were: Misses Mar- Miss Amelia Ray; "World Out- World" (from J. Stainer's "The what with two lettermen and two Put in freezing compartment (or A.Muted I). 11I31.! ': I I"" "

y borne ', ________ ion and Helen Dowling, Mary Ed- The program opened with little look" agent, Mrs. L. C. Ray.It Crucifixion"), the congregation mote sophs opposing him, but he churn) and freeze to mush con- her A. I n Ihi 193MOl"L"la'IAI. IHI. .11\ I '. ,
Ithract( ward Frances Peek, Florled 1<11- Ml s Dorothy Faxon reciting a was decided to hold a food has seen enough experience to be I sistency. Whip the pint of cream ( ., SIJAL: )
I realized the refined human character
A. J .
'H Pearce. Mar- welcome from the Woodman Circle TIH.M" "
i'artco i : llngsworth Margaret sale and bazaar on Saturday, December -
> that Is tabbed as prospective first string: and stir thoroughly into the semi- 'lork MI t ('I,
revealed by the Light 'I I
1 Mural and to the Woodmen of the World and
tile ,
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lowered : Hemmlngway 10th. Rrn"r"1
f material. The Plainsmen meet the frozen mixture and continue freez
of the Cross in those soula who
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v'tmpoi Bosnia Smith, Betty and Carolyn others present. George Inman, -12-23
Miss Kate Struth, superintendent love its meaning. A University of Florida Gatora in ing. When using/ electric refrigerator -
Green, Clara Flume, Edith Rowe member of the WOW respondedwith tremendously -
yto pu ff, jj of baby specials, wishes the significant Scripture was thus Jacksonville Saturday afternoon, stir mixture once more just -
Enza Weaver Gayle Sewell, Jean thanks and words of appre- WHITE'S
ertIcn mothers to know that she will soul made vivid. The harvest of the November 26.DENMARK'S. before it Is completely frozen.
Davis, Jacqueline Andrews, Grace ciation.
tz CREAM
aDng : collect the children's mite boxes, Is VERMIFUGEFor
Spirit love joy, peace, good
and Dorothy Green, Virginia Fu-
edman With Mrt Vonda Inman as Mas-
and that will close this year'swork. ]>0'I'If'I'] OP .
kindliness :
temper, generosity, fidelity STOKE PAINTED: PIIOATIOV
_ UomeiFortd 4:! gate Juanita Barefoot Mrs. Lex ter of Ceremonies, the following FOR '..,\( l>IJhlrn : expeJling Round W.rms.
Green, Cleon Wooten, John To- was presented: gentleness, self-control The exterior of tue Denmark HIM N... lirll: and for
: rode, John Chalker, A Z. Adklns, program Mrs. Frank Robinson conductedthe (Gul5:22): ). Furniture Company has been NOTK'H 1SHBHKBV: Of V''IN, That reducing Pm V ,m
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.ever Selections by the Rhythm Bund H': H AtiNlIn holder. of Tnx infestation in children
Jr., Artford Brown, Resale Colaon, led by Marlon Brown and accompanied program, the theme being Accompanied by a convincing painted attractively in aluminumwith yates Numbered rmpocllvelv.. CortlrlI THO I Price
JbcCABPKNTKIl'S
_ method ... Luther Lennon, Ralph Rhodes, flruI. at the piano by Mrs. H. C. "Bridging National and Racial continuity, richly graced with brown trimmings this week. Beptemben Mii..d AtiBTUHt, 7. 1933 and 70 "' 18'j
7. 1838, him
of the filed I) :
name ntQ
Barriers. A selection from the STOnE.
? ner Baker, L. G. Johns, Bob and Brown. Scripture quotations, and read by The painting was done by Calvin -
istnb1Ial I.
I( Gene Long, Perry Gatney, Jimmy Competitive drill by ladles of Bible was read by Mrs. L. F. Miss Martha Powell, the traits of Johns, using his new electric, com ---- -.---------
,1nthe Sewell, Bill Sales and Ray Seville the Woodman Circle dressed in Smith, and Mrs. Robinson was as- Christian character were' one by pressed-air paint spray-gun. -
recipe from Waldo and George Allen red uniforms. They formed into a sisted on the program by Mrs. A. one represented by the Misses ,,,,,

- conven1 4 4JL from Gainesville. combination which spelled out the Wood, Mrs. Griffin, Mrs. Middle- Dorothy Faxon, Edith Rowe, Rosa Mr. and Mrs James Lewis have

- hoUaewt correAp44 :. .- letters "WOW." ton, Mrs. Davis, Mrs. J. W. White, Mae Rowe, Margaret Lennon, Mar- moved into the Starke Hotel where sFiSH GREEN'S STORE

_i j>t "Womanless Wedding"A The Circle Drill team in uniform; and the Misses Ray. garet Gilpin, Dorothy Alvarez, Mrs. Lewis will be clerk and host-

presented an interesting spectaclein Frances Peek, Clara Flume, and ess. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis were con-
A ""Womanless Wedding" will be Mrs. D. P. Heads Martile Hemmlngway. nected with the Starke Hotel in
the form of coordinated steps Carpenter Cash &
; Carry
ItkI ::; by the Auxiliary of the
preseuted
this capacity several betote
and drills. Voices in the Choir under the years ago -
St. Mark's Episcopal Church soon, New Sunday School ClassA Ib.1
Congressman R. A. (Lex) Green direction of John H. Powell, were they moved to Winter Garden. 7c
it was announced yesterday by Young Ladles' and Men's class STARKE FLA.
made a very interesting talk on sopranos: Mrs. George! Flynn, ,
i buslnesiitI W i Mrs. J. M. Alvarez. The wedding fraternalism.Col. has been organized by the Meth- Misses Frances Florida has more than 60,000
I ila wlttMtd Js being directed by a prominentlocal odist Sunday School Hemmingway'l farms with a combined acreage of
r D. E. Knight gave an Interesting Department Clyde Nell Thomas
,thai' : director and will be presentednear I almost 6,000,000 acres. The state Is
with Mrs. D. P. its I GUARANTEED
talk, followed by J. H. Carpenter as Green Mrs. Earl Searing; altos:
,fog moi, i Christmas. divided into 67 counties.
Fields, who spoke briefly on the teacher and director. The class Mrs. E L. Biggs, Mrs. L. F. Din-
_ : tbelrlresourc W subject of the Woodmen of the meets Sunday mornings, 10 until It Ina, Mrs. L. G. Powell; basses: Flour 24 Ibs. 57
ait< :' :Notice World. 11 clock in the sun parlor of the A. O Andreu, L. G. Powell, Al Boy Scout Troop will attend the c

rflet wiIi : The W. C. T. U. will meet with The program was turned over Woman's Club building. Kay Carlisle; tenors: John II. Powell Church as honor guests. In addition -
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1(.ion ;
teen delI L1 :lira. R. L. Kemp Friday (today) by Mrs. Inman to Mrs. J at three o'clock P. M. The Bible who presented the WOW drill the following committees appointed soloist, of Jacksonville whose accompanist young people and a group of (
)& tuIII questions will be taken from It team. They carried out the degree : Philanthropic, Fellowship, So- was Mrs. A. C. Bailey. tiny tots will take part in a brief Corn Flakes 5c Macaroni, 2 for 5c

,reaiitOan4 JUiI Kings, the fifth chapter. Members ritual. Concludingthe program cial, :Membership, House Finance The Choir's accompanist at the Pageant, the message of which I
irw' are invited to attend and bring Mrs. W. L. Andrews directed the and Publicity. Officers are S. R. piano was Mrs. L. A. Canova, inspires the audience to deep emotions HOME: GROUND

Lnte t1i! temperance clipping to be read at choir in several favorite songs of Johns, Jr., president; Misa Lucile whose systematic precision further of thanksgiving. MEAL, lOLbs.. 18c GRITS, 10 Lbs. 20c

fVIt the meeting. long ago. Kennedy, vice-president; and Miss enhanced the music throughout the Friends and guestworshippersare

] Kitty Hogsed, secretarytreasurer.Two service. invited to meet with the regular -
_ buthgo : : ; -------- ---- large baskets of food are be- On next Sunday, the fourth in members of the Baptist Church. Smoked

ing given to needy families for the: Church Loyalty Month, the Those not affiliated with any Sausage lIe

::4 Alexander'sSPECIALS Thanksgiving and the class ia pur- morning service will be an oppor- Church will find friendship and Lb.

chasing a heater for the sun par- tunity for "Thanksgiving Thoughts'with inspiration in the Church Services.

lor. appropriate music by the The general public will find a

Members are Mr. and Mrs. S. R. Choir. warm welcome, as well as rich personal OLEO Lb ,NEW CANE
etter The Pastor announces that those rewards, in becoming moreand 121.1'
tlmLt'I Johns, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Elmo Syrup Y2 gal 25c
T; Struth, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin To- who have been unable to attend more concerned with the

rode, Misses Lorraine Smith, Dorothy services regularly during Loyalty growing activities in the Churchesin 3 LBS I COMPOUND

-I 1inytt; EXTRA HEAVY FULL LINE OF and Etholin White, Katie and Month are requested to attend ser- Starke. ONIONS ____ 10e LARD, Lb. lOc
Virginia Fugate, Lois Long, Sarah vices next Sunday. The ladies of the Missionary So- -
*%(1xue $ Jj CANNON TOWELS BLANKETSCOTTON. Hope and Georgia Kathryn Haynes, The regular''evening service, at ciety will conduct services at the

... 1J..I Mrs. Abbie Harley and Glen Wood, 7:30, will be arranged in conformity regular Church Night on Wednes-

ti:; SIZE 22x42SPECIAL PART WOOL AND Billy Graham, James Dennis and with the Young People's night day, Nov. 30( at 7:30.: This meet- Rice! r Sibs. 16c
_ AT ALL WOOL Vincent Alvarez. A cordial invi- plan> of the Church. The Pastor Ing will be In connection: with anda

tation Is extended to this age has set aside the fourth Sunday part of, the Lottie Moon Weekof

25c Each 49c to 98c group to join and attend.BusinessProgram night in every month as Young Prayer. A good program Is arranged -
:1P; r ,,. People's Night, and at the Youth and all who come will be MAXWELL HOUSECOFFEE I TALL PINK CAN
Service next Sunday evening the8tokowsl blessed.S. Lb. 25c1SALMON
-i- GOTHAMGOLD MeetingBy lOc

( Baptist W. M. S. LOAVES 'NO. 2 CANTOMATOES

11 \ E STRIPE The regular monthly businessand ; BREAD ___ 25c 6c
I program meeting to the Bap-
tj BEAUTIFUL Ust w. M. S. was held at the ROUND OR
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church Monday afternoon at 3:00: '
4 411 SILK o'clock. STEAK SIRLOIN 5c
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\ ::::i STOCKINGSIN The devotional services were "', (Matte' Features : \ lead by the president, Mrs. A. M.
__ The : leading tenor bears the name of Ortiz Tirado. H. used &:
_- ) Darby program followedand MEXICO'S
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_ Iw. IN ALL NEW FALL was presented Circle Number frequently in the U. S. Tirado is also an eminent surgeon.) GROUND CHUCK
& by I Ht sinei between operations.. Maybe, during them for all we: know. J
I* 1& : SJlWFSzeM8lto1OyZ!>J Two, Mrs. J. M. Brownlee, '.bunt 1 MEAT, Ib lOc STEAK, lb. lie
leader. Mrs. Brownlee gave the for new American C.. when 10,000 men and women
t) 79c to $1.00 introduction to the topic for the music has mill workers and farm bands for'! IUD BEEFSTEW

kcg': '. afternoon, "China." and :Mrs. One led to the South the most part, gathered from seven]] Lb. lOc CHEESE, lb. 15c
States, spent two whole days until ,
., ::3 J Wiggins discussed "Our Chinese and Southwest. ..
-( .' : His newest composers midnight singing old-time hymns of
_ :' ) ; A BEAUTIFUL LINE OF LADIES LOUNGING Neighbors, "Evangelistic Work 'are 51'% Dixie. The hymns, with their jaz
Dd and Workers" and "China Tomor- ex-cowboy: Han rhythms dating back to the slave COOKING OIL Gal. 76c
t Ttl : NOVELTYCURTAINS Pajamas and row." A vocal duet was renderedby MacDonaldManuel ; days and their message of heavenly:,
,Miss Clyde Nell Thomas and Ponce happiness following a world of woe,1''

Mrs. T. K. McClane. of Mexican Indian
T Satin Housecoats stock and CRANBERRY No. 2'!/j Can-CnMhrd or SUrcd
_ "r The business meeting was presided William M. 4ta'V
49c to 98c pair Special $3.98 over by the president, Mrs. Dawson. _young SAUCE, Can 12'/2c PINEAPPLE, 18c
_ Darby. Reports from the officersand LouIe Reid Alabama Negro.
committees were given for the f Latest Cuban bandman to bid ..Y' 0% NO. 2 CAN-.STOKELY APPLE

_ __ I Ir : study class held November 10, and for American favor is named Sacar- PUMPKIN, 8c JELLY, 2 Ibs. 20c
arrangements were made for send r... Can there be any Cuban band-
1tii : LUGGAGEWEEKEND Ing Thanksgiving baskets to needy men left in Cuba .. The dance ; _
r You \' ,\.
families bands are wearing out "Sing
and also for the White
Cross Christmas services to be features Sinners" the before tune the has picture barely which got S SUGAR Pnck<*d 23c

CASES held Wednesday before Christ Started in its public showing : .

FL:4 ;Jti mas.The r-- .. 4
second Sunday night in each ftnce the dawn of jars: Johannfttrautn *
: 7 iF $1.00 to $3.95 month will be set aside as Missionary / 01 all the music ,master, SALAD

i Rally Night and the pastor .M' probably grave. tenting most easily 'inPutS j: CORN, 3 cans 20c DRESSING, Qt. 20c

will preach a missionary sermon
_, ? Lbrit! and members from the three circles Mansfield a Composer PUKE GROUND PEANUT

j r) will take part in'the service. I i Mrs. Richard Mansfield widow of COFFEE, Lb. lie BUTTER, 2 Lbs. 20c
A_ the great actor-manager is autliorlty '
; 'l. DON'T FAIL TO SEE OUR
BRAND for Information that Is little
I
Week of
Prayer Observed !known-or has long been forgottenby
I NEW LINESUITS By Baptist W. M. S. the music world. She says her Gerald Griffin A.S.C.A.P. HENS LB ISc FRYERS 2Ic
,I 'fiushund composed the march iweilnt (Author of "There's Music In
The Lottie Moon Week of Prayer President Harrison's Inauguration. the Air," .to.)
for foreign missions will be observed Ha also wrote several songs.
ANDTROUSERS here by the three circles I he best of them being "Maybe Yon were sung hour after hour through:
the .ummer heat, while banjos PILLSBURY FLOUR 20 Lbs. 70c
'of the Baptist Can, But I Doubt It. ,
Missionary
4 Wt Society cuttai- and pianos provided jlnglyaccoicjunimeDt.
!"> : November 28, 29, and 30. Meet- -- : I
_ Ings will be held at the church We're not aware at tv's! prudent :: I Ii
Monday and Tuesday afternoons at of a more appropriate fn "' a Ii Scratch Feed bag $1.65
3 o'clock' and Wednesday night at hot jazz band maestro t"' .n ;[.'1C')1\ i The tonal thumping of the more
? I 7:39: ( o'clock. Johnson. Curiously mst c. te!, serIous of the younger composer-'
colored bandleaders Lava !acy conductor are not a lot of silly aym-

4I i. YOU WILL FIND THEM THE MOST Dobbs-Kelly barnes Ellington- Jimmy. Cab C\I.y.Lvnford! ChicU Tt\: would phonies have as various you believe musical but bigwigs topical Beans O. NORTHERN lb. 4ic

_ __ 'i UP-TO-DATE AT TilE MOST! Miss Nelta Kelly of Starke and ;Webb.. Noble- Siiilr, Cjunt :aaie, expressions of the American spirit.) B. UMAS
(... --r-- I John W. Green,whose "Body and.
t. : : KEASONAHLE PRICESAlexander Mr. Alton Dobbs of Lake City Doctor. ate Jvrevei I'tlMng/ of 1)10improvement Soul" and "I Cover the Water!
_'; 4 ; I were quietly married in Lake But of the .17/;
___ __ ___ __ ; ler Saturday night, friends here of Amerlcam. ( iti't a litiye In the periodic surveys of the American .
of the couple will be interested to part of it tt attrib: r' o tt-.f): iteaayjumping I Society of Composers Author

_ _ _ learn of people to the dais to and Publishers, was the first to set!
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turn off mOllotonoli.epctlo inn __ __ Mrs. Dobbs is the
daughter of .
trance .tsnes, v .er'( Hjl' 'c: night club. Mark Warnow has man-'
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& Co. Mrs. Inez Kelly and the late Mr. the familiar diu.,,,':. Ie'(< V
__ __ AS" Slim Kelly Mr. Dobbs is the son Isles plugs t dance band versions of movie: Better Quality
I of Mr. and Mrs. Arch Dobbs of Hymn Zn: ; "U si 'scenes. ?trde Gro/e has musical-. ,,
Q.r :; Raiford. The couple will make Ized the tabloid newspaper. as well
i.H : B. E. HATFIELD ,
Mgr. That America is \baconnuc more as the comic strip, Xraxy Kat Get Our Low
their home in Lake City where Mr. Prices Before Buying
:l and more rauiltal-uilndc.1 "' aj at-I Freddie Rich has given musical,
_____ Dobbs is
---- employed. <. &anew recentUroenlIIe: !
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NOVEMBER: 25, J93S BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STAnKE, n.oRtD.\ ...... ... ... .. ..
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-- I Mrs Jeancttt. Kincaid LAWTEY' HAVE YOU READ?

C, C Hoppe and son --- O. J. Phillips CorrespondentCouncil

Bits of l I with spending their the mother holidays Mr*. A.in r Meeting "WAR OP H.THE G. Wells WORLDS"By 1iIt tl f.

den. At a recent meeting of the Council failed to hear Orsen !

t of the City of Lawtey members Wells you dramatize this over the'" .
I Mrs. Charles Larsen, ; voted unanimously to name the radio, why not read It? '+

I local Ness been the guest of her city park Burrin Park In memoryof I
law nnd sister Col. and Mrs. the founder of Lawtey Capt. 'JI'I t '

Knight, left Monday, for her I Thomas J. Burrln. it was also "IM A STRANGER HERE 'I '
CONCERNING OUR PEOPLE, BUSINESS AND In Lakeland voted that persona could settle MYSELF" ,

TIlE COUNTY ANn TOWN I their 1938 taxes with the follow- Ogden Nash h
OF Nash'B y
PROGRESS with Ogden '
Friends of Mrs. L. A. ing discounts: November 4 percent The trouble "
will regret to learn that December 3 percent, January 2 poems Is that you stop friends and 61r C r '
confined to Gainesville It to quote your favorites f''
I a percent February 1 percent. strangers '
---'" where she will undergo an Is hoped that this discount will bean to them. and they Insist on quoting: 'I'! '! ,,

I and Mrs\ Ralph Cox spent Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Wainwright tlon this week-end. inducement for persons to pay theirs first. ,j
Mr and Mrs E. J. of Jackson their taxes early.8trtwbt'rry. -
,nd In Orlando. Bailey ,
Jw week villa are guests of Mr. and Mrs Mrs. L. M. DeSha and I Outlook "REBECCA" 'I J {)' '

Andrews and Mrs A. O. Andreu Marjorie, Wildwood, The outlook for a large straw By Daphne du MaurlerIs
ytr t Wesley Circus goers ItLnesv.ll. guests of Mrs. DeSha's I a berry crop here was never more now at the head of the read- 1!

Ie Johns were week. Mr. and Mrs John Inglesby of Mr. and Mrs. W. H I promising at this season of the Ing list. We bet you don't put this ':
last
Jacksonville were guests Sunday of the week-end. year, a large acreage Is out In this book down until you have read the ,;:s:

Kennedy Is spending Mrs. Emma Cunova and Mr and I section and some growers are still last page and then realize that .
fIBS Iuctle Mrs. M. T Bell returned and with the i
out breath during
and week-end with] Mrs. R. G. Kldd. letting plants you have held your .
ae noiwavs nesday to her home in I fontlnued: warm weather they are most of this unusual novel. ,i'\
Ga.
er tan1Jl} in..Baxley.. Mr. and Mrs. James Lewis spent after a visit here with her I growing!; nicely and putting on alarge ::'
-- the week-end In Apopka with his law and daughter, Mr. crop of fruit. I;
i ,H. canova came up from John Whittimore. "TOWERS IN THE MIST"r r
pau mother, Mrs. Lily Lewis, and To OlHwrto ilomeronilnjt \
,,, ,mil I spent the weekendn ,
,add( brother. Kirk Lewis. "" The Lawtey Baptist Church will By Elizabeth Goudge
and children. '
n his wife Mr. and 1 Mrs. Dwight observe its annual Homecoming The atmosphere of this novel Is

of Davis Mr. and Mrs J. S. Culbreth 01 and daughter Barbara : on Sunday, December 4, when an the Ellzabethlun period. The story 'y
Frlcna/ Here "Buddy" Orlando of Mrs. Culbreth's Rev M. T. Bell of all-day service will be held 1 and all ,)'0,
were guests
of Can-
he is confined around the family
that
,gl't' know guests last week of Mr. I members are urged to attend and centers :
account of illness. aunt, Mrs. Effle Johns, Leigh Including eight children ,1 t,
on non
,Ala home John Whittimore. and are
of last week. former members pastors ",
Thursday and their assorted pets. Diccon, 1'
attend. Din-
invited to
cordially
MI. Robert Clarke and Merton Mrs. D P Mr. and Mrs. E. S. to ner will be spread and It is ex- the baby of the family almost defies -
from Mrs. T. T. Long and legs Once again this >>,
returned recently u description.
larkr to Miami and Tam. Carpenter are holiday guests ot: and Mr. and Mrs E. L. water pected that a large congregationwill discerning writer proves that human ,'o,: )
trip
JIUleSS their mother Mrs. W. T. Jackson returned Tuesday after a ; just be In attendance. nature and character and the 'j

r. In Baconton, Ga. trip to New Orleans and New Pastor dreams and hopes of the young do ::
parts of Louisiana. The Rev. M. C. clarity of.Mt
Fitzgerald of Tampa not change with the passing of the j
J
.I i
herewith
Sirs Zion, Ga., has recently moved
Mrs. Prescott Gill will leave ;
1. guest of her hon-ln-law and E. fill the centuries. 1
the for Tallahassee to Mr. and Mrs. B. his family and will
laughter. Mr\ and Mrs. Marcus F. Saturday join the E. Church L
spending of Grace M.
pastorate
her husband there where he is employed Cor '
with their truth of the Word of God. His
rown days daughter here.
I by an oil company.Mr.
Georgia State College for < Complete. Extension presence in every habitable partof
and Mrs. T. Frank Landrum and the globe his well preserved!
jir and In Mllledgeville, Ga Florida Power & Light Co., ; '
and and Mrs. W. A. Stern For The ,;
the holidays the persecutions
ire spending racial identity; )
daughter, Miss Louise, this weel from Tuesday completed the extensionto :;;
with his family in Citrus he has had to bear,
eek-end Mrs W. T. Brlnnon of and sorrows '
lines to the section
serve
have moved into their attractive I In Its
lounty Street. Ga., returned home ; East of the city known as the are all proofs of the Scriptures.
new home on Lafayette who t
the Jews
that ,
visit here with her The Indication Is
a
electrical
Cracker Six Section with
Mrs A Z. Adkins, Mrs. K. G. and Mrs. R. V. Turner, staye shall return to the land of their 1'1'
'imcan and Mrs M F. Brown Mr. and Mrs. W. H Struth anc grandmother Mrs. F. B. Monday; power. origin and once more establish :f
Monday afternoon In Jack- Mrs E. R. Struth and Miss Kate I where 1'eroonuNMr. themselves a nation and take .,'1
pent Struth were guests of Mr and Mrs, : a few and Mrs. M B. Plummer in the world As a J
''DvUle Claude Alvarez ; their place
W W. In' Lake City Monday, Shuford are \lslt- '
Page and Mrs Lucile "This l h.
Mrs. A. I, Spencer and, Rabbi said last Sunday,
Mi I and Mrs E. R. Struth are daughter all of Free' ing/ at Dothun, Ala, this week the edict of the times."' Watch the .

,)illt iv guests of Mrs. Struth's Roswell Noegel, a student at the., here last Friday visiting : am endMr. Jew today. Because what happensto J
ircnts Mi and Mrs J. II. Tatum, University of Florida In Gaines home of Mr. and Mrs. J. ) Robei and Mrs. V. R. Redd Inn him vitally affects the course I
.
DeLundTht vine, is upending the holidays will:l Ward, pint' Thanksgiving at Webster of future events. '
i his parents, Mr. and Mrs W. II. ley. 1 City Illst with relatives. '' "
,
the service
night
Next Friday
lIttle Women's Club were Noegel. I Miss Hazel S.ipp of Water Ouk '
Friends In Bradford, i will be In charge of Mr. Gomes. A ';
held in the friends here Tuesday
tsar: ""f a dance was\ visiting '
Charles Worts of 1 Is musical will be offered .
"oman i lub auditorium Wednes- Mrs. Eugene Humphreys and I :Mr good program \ "
ij itgn Mra S. B Owen of J Tampa, were formerly of Keystone Friends of Marshal C. K. Whlw- J ., I
to learn of his
guests Friday night of Mr. and regret head will be pleased to know that 1.
Mr! ana Mrs. W J. Killian of Mrs. C C. Hoppe enroute to Savannah vember IS In a Gainesville i River he is rapidly, recovering from a Does Bladder Irritation \
Sayncsvllle\ N. Coo are here for a Ga. Mrs Hoppe accompanied tal. spent serious attack of pneumonia. WAKIl YOU I'''' It's not normal ''1 .
with the Its nature'. warning "DangerAhead.
lilt with Mrs. Killlan's brother, them and spent the weekend 1 ." Your 2Go back If this 4-day .r'
Mr and Mrs. George
i }, Truby. there. MISSION HALL ANI tent doe not help nature flu.h excess --
left Monday for Pahokee, am) TAIIKUNACLKTuesday acid and other wastes from the r ,
I Mr. Raymond has a ) kidney KxaenH arid can cause the L ./
an
Thanksgivingservice Irritation remiltlnir In Kettlntf up
has been clerk night a flow, q e
Raymond nights, frequent or Bounty
NAT SEZ: ess at a local hotel for was held at the Mission burning backache or lair pain. June If ,
b Hall. There were a good many .ay llukel. (iSGa) to any ilruKfflit.Locally i
t year. Butler there who are quoting large portions at Carpenter' Drug Htore.
4 If you have been lucky enough <
John
Mrs. W. L. : of Scriptures each Tuesday
and
Mr. I
HO far this year venture out InV "Oh that would praisethe
'N night. we Iti
and daughter, ,
Ark."u;
automobile on the maIn hJghr and and
,9 jour Lord for His goodness
Mrs. F. G. Buuknlght, a
+' ways and not have an accident, Jane Merrill of I visit. for His wonderful works to the FIRE !
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you really and truly have some- holiday guests of Mr and children of men.

thing to be thankful for this H Struth. and The speaker made a plea for the :
Woods,, observance of Thanksgiving -
I proper
I don't think that
ThunkNgKIng. Judge and Mrs. A. V. Mr, It Is quite evident that the FIRE !
wo wilt ever get back<< to the good Mrs. F. A. Canova of day Is used for almost everythingbut f

old home and buggy days again, and Augustus Long of to thank God. Even some of .J

but It's not a bad Idea (Europe) were luncheon the churches are eliminating their I

Ii19 Mrs. S. E. Brownlee and services on that day because the FIRE '<
Mrs. J. M. Brownlee people are too much concerned ,
about hunting, feasting, and other I
The Rev. and Mrs. B. M. of amusements If the day Is I //1;,;

S gomery, who live at 6329 tnarrl Thanksgiving Day, then the people Tide Is the season for fires. ;'I '.
Miami ought to use It for that purpose '
Second Avenue,
to Better rh<"ek up on your
.tLI nounced the birth of a little President Roosevelt has ask I,
and
,!
chance aro
fire Insurance,
ter last week. Their : Brooker. ed that we set aside the day for
offer congratulations. at Thanksgiving and everyone oughtto you haven't enough this Is f"r)"

4flEAJJ : observe it properly." We of especially<< likely with ref L\
much to be thankful rn< y
Dr. and Mrs. W. E. offl- America have erento your furniture. 1i
a i"ajAa returned Friday after a ; \ for. The other nations of the Better get one of our Inventory (!l' \;
/ at their camp In Piney world are In turmoil and uncer i
/ Mr and Mrs H. C. tainty. Many of these people look forms, you will be surprised o+, \l

/" Richard and Blake to our country as Utopia. how the personal ef. 4feet !'
; } guests of Mr. and Mrs. !: Mr. We need to thank God for the have accumulated ;" '

*D son-in-law and daughter far blessing of Liberty of conscience slum you lust took stock. '
$ : Mrs. E. F. Cain, in Miami that we enjoy. But most of all we q A
day through Tuesday.Mrs. should thank God for Ills unspeakable '
gift-Jeaua Christ, our Lord PLEASE PHONE 146 ,:
Or Bertha Pearce left Wednes- and Savior. \ ,
0
Mw Tuu r LTifiaut r *jjWEATHERBIRD day for Oakland Park and THlxrnaclDr. HAROLD C. )
and will return home were
SHOESwith W. L. Petlngill spake to us '
Oakland Park she will be Mrs. R. i '
of her brother-in-law and Mon last Friday night on the Jewish WALL AGENCY f'1.;

Mr. and Mrs*. W. T. Saxon crl ls. To all students of the Bible ALL FORMS OF ,! e ,

Miami will visit another this Is a very timely subject. DEPENDABLE INSURANCE 01
in-law and sister. Mr. and : The Jew has always stood In the
!]
; world demonstration of the
as a
M, Favor and also her
Pearce, who Is Cor.
Miss Edna :
.
all the young dent Hospital.nurse at Jackson I family ;: ,' a

I sters...those little Rosier rela ONE MONTH TO GO

want shoes
fellows Cutler FACE THE FACT AND MAKE YOUR HOLIDAY !I't' ''J""
.
just like Dads, and] I spent SEASON MORE PLEASANT BY DOING I ,

'\ here they are. Come Mr. and YOUR XMAS SHOPPING EARLY r''. !",

In and try them on. f fFOR I Ing ton I' '
liRE SURE here SEE WHAT WE (

Craw- J "
They're all leather, HAVE TO OFFER ; : ,

I t.; J
scientifically de- SALENew cotton I II I Mrs. .
S I, and 10 pound sizes YOU'LL BE AMAZED AT OUR LARGE ASSORTnf d

signed for growing dress tag and drawstring church MENT OF GIFTS, BOTH PERSONAL AND :-I :

Iceland priced right ping Store. pecan nuts In. the*din of OTHERWISE AND WE} WILL GLADLY :,:' ;

ASSIST YOU IN MAKING YOUR : :

FOR SALE-New and SELECTION; \ : .
for all purposes. and ::
Products, Inc., Route 31,

irllle, Fla. at dinner New '3 USE OUR :l

$1.95 to $2.45 FOR SALE--19 hens and R. N
LAY-AWAY-PLAN III
ter, white giant j h f

real bargain price. Mrs. spending f!'

4 r, T,at Tones, Rt. 2, Box 74, i Select your Glftn early before stocks are depleted and f {
Geiger) .j
FOR SALE-Four wheel 1 let us put them away for you }' -

It Pays to Buy at and part of harness. straw tt'f''
gle bedstead See W. G. In this 'f'

2tp.residence of Effle Gnann to G.LJIW-n. t:

Ll-25-3tp: two CLAD JEAN SHOPPEPHONE '"

roil SALE Choice I '
Strawberry riants- -none Raiford last | 97 Y1:

true: to name S3 per I If

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; Better Demand To STATE PIG CLUB SHOW MAYO HEADS \sso
OCALA, l.t'fl0v
+ Increase Farmers SET FOR TALLAHASSEE STATE NEWSFLORIDA da Commissioner Nathun MHV" hlnn.
FARMERS SECTIONNOTES LIVE ) -,,
PAGE S I t. Income Next Year l assumed office Sununt ultur .
dent of the National 'I"".*.
OF INTEREST TO BRADFORD GROWERS GAINESVILLE. State! 4-H FACTS IN SHORT PARAGRAPHS ,\ ", I "
GAINESVILLE. -. Florida far- Pig Club Show will be held at Tallahassee !- brief Agricultural Comnuwn,. ,, af
November 11, with over ceremony Iwhl! the>
"1 .
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mers are expected to share in the nn ,
'"I
100 entries, !It Is announced by R. SUPPORT PLEDGEDGAINESVILLE. COUNTERFEITERS CAUGHT with a dinner at !-\Ih"'r\ ,J "onflclally
,
improved demand for farm prod- IJrln//*
RURAL Hints To HousewivesWeekly : ucts and increased farm income in W. Blalock state boys' club agent .-Members and CRESTVIEW.--Charged with closed the, with the Agricultural Extension members-elect of the Florida senate making, possessing and passing national convention Hun' "
for the Director
SENSE .
prospect coming: year
COMMON Service. Entries are expected pledged themselves unanimously counterfeit half dollars during the lions were held earlier ,?, I Jl. *"
Wilmon Newell of the State
} from Home Den>onstrs- at Miami Mlt
fa > from Pasco. Sumter and Lake at an Informal caucus here recently Armistice Day celebration at De- Secrl !

By SPUDS JOHNSON tlon Specialist TallahasseeTIPS Extension Director Newell Service, In said commentingupon today. Counties and most of the other to support J. Turner But- Funiak Springs Clifford Outlaw Jewell Mays of Jefferson ,rr"uSUl'If''I',,,' Mo!

? CITY FOLKS AS WELLAS TO BLANKET BUYERSBy the annual farm outlook reports counties west to Bay. ler of Jacksonville for their pres- and Theodore Howard, both of this Its complimented the assoc,>,at on ou

coltiBy FARMERS BENEFIT released this week by the The show is sponsored by the ident next spring.EDUCATIONAL. town were arrainged before U. S. !Is the selection and declared, Fluddt

S FROM FARM PROGRESS Clarine Belcher Federal Bureau of Agricultural West Florida Exposition which Commissioner Halcott Anderson In the chlefest"State tor huapllalUy
Union.
Extension" Clothing Specialist Economics, also pointed to the usually holds a fair: at Tallahassee. PROGRAMS Monday in Pensacola. Both men
.
i To say that a progressive, profitable As the winter season approachesthe prospect for a slight rise !in pricesof Exhibit classes include junior bar- GAINESVILLE. State radio waived preliminary hearing and '. ---
HOME / agriculture benefits the far- practical housewife Is Inter- farm products as a whole and rows and junior and senior breed- station WRUF in Gainesville is their bonds were fixed at $2,000 1IONELE(vr U\F.lt:

NTEKDlFOR. y mer--the man who is closest to< ested In suggestions as to what to the possibility of a reduction in the Ing pigs. Grand prizes will be free presenting every Monday morningat each, returnable at the May termof TALLAHASSEE With ,III

i agriculture-Is telling only part of look for in buying blankets. disparity between prices received trips to the National Club Congress/ 9 o'clock a half-hour programof United States district court, penses paid and nem 'I\' $tOO left et.

1'' the story. Everyone, whether or Warmth and durability without, by farmers and the prices paid by I In Chicago early in December. musical education that follows here.R. over, county agrlcultuu,, leaden
.
Agree} interested directly In the them. -- musical text-books in use all over have turned to writint.{:
not he is
I too much weight are the qualities' will be letters and peraonal'
'' problems of the farmer, benefits So far this year, cash farm Income NEW TUNG LABORATORYIS the state. The programs R. COMMISSION: REVERSED acknow leilgmenui ?
dgttogt farming. I that insure satisfaction with blan- is : both recorded, and original. TAMPA. Federal persons who helped make, ,ih.
from prosperous for the entire country GETTING UNDER WAY Judge Aker- ""e-
w'v cent farm
For everyone must eat and everyone kets. A good blanket keeps out down about 13 percent from that I --. man Saturday enjoined enforce- exhibit hen" 'h most

tatoaractt must have clothes (to men- cold air and Is also strong enoughto of 1937. In August the total Income CONVENTION IN PENSACOLA ment of a State Railroad Commission successful ever held E: '
t the first two fundamental necessities withstand laundering and to resist for the calendar year 1938 GAINESVILLE.--Dr. F. S. La- JACKSONVILLE. Delegates order that dining car stew- chairman of the m...nhaiiif "f unw
far too ) tion of the United States Florida cities will attend the ory committee ,
wear in rubbing At the same estimated the Bureau at gasse Department from ards be ann"lill"" ?''I,
+ of life), and food and raiment was by placed in charge of all 'hat
Idered | ,, i come from agriculture. Per- time, it is light enough in weightto about 7500000000.:> But it is be- I of Agriculture has arrivedIn I convention of the Florida League pullman dining cars operating in $$817 was contrlbui\ .I i i I.,. ,'it", ,,)t.
: import Gainesville to set of of at the San Car- hlblt fund, and that ,
be comfortable bed up one Municipalities r "
cover-
haps they don't think of the far- as a lieved that this figure may be the State. Joseph F. Johnston, '"
fcytopueratlomnf three new regional oil laboratories los Hotel in Pensacola November -Including more ,
tung thm
and 1 his problems, but all folks raised somewhat because of the Norfolk Va., attorney for the Sea- Sean, In
mer Ing.Price the others at Cairo December 1 and 2. Thomas CTmerson prize' money-- ,
r being 30 amouni.' tI! I'n,
itf do think about their food and their! !Is another consideration In better demand for farm products board Railway which filed the suit 'ely
along I Ga., and Bogalusa, La. The of JacKsonville, Is pres- $719.05.
clothes and when these things are buying blankets. As blankets represent testing the order stated in his petition .
.
cd ;
roan Government : Gainesville laboratory will pay ident of the organization. .
scarce or of low quality or Inade- a large Initial expenditure for enjolnment that the or-
Home { particular attention to the chemi- MIAMI.\NS'
FKFFD
their attention is drawn In some cases the best buy may be iroducts. A further Increase in der was unconstitutional becauseit )
Floridauteeveral quate cal end of the and Dr. La- CII.\PEL FOR SOUTHERN MIAMI.--A
{ very sharply to these conditions.The a compromise among these qual- income is expected !in 1939 mainly work violated the 14th Amendmentand ,I court ''It'hl".' ? i ,rap'
_ two assist- LAKELAND.--The and election still confront, ,
gasse expects or more faculty n I"
I '
in her task of ities. This is true In Florida, as from products such as meat animals because if such an order were Itv,
methods housewife ants by the end of this student of Florida Southern officials today .
) nutritious appetizingfood the need for warmth Is often less dairy and poultry products year. body put into effect there would not be although I. rf
of iheestablish providing Strains of tung producing high College are getting ready to re- them were acquitted
by
is In than In other states. A blanket is and fruits and vegetables, which proper and adequate protection of a lurk nvi.
; for her family probably yields and having a high oil con- ceive several thousand visitors ex- day of soliciting a $250.000
not warm in itself but its wormth respond rather apidly to Increases the receivership estate. brIbe
tl'n the r closer touch with agricultural con- tent will be selected following pected for the laying of the corner from the Florida Power md
well it the In consumer purchasing power. It Light
how
of depends on keeps .
,recipes,+''i I ditions than any other member cold air out and keeps the heat Is believed that Increases in the analyses and yield records. Pollination stone of the new chapel Saturday Company. Grand Jury indictments!
obtain
convent$ the city family. She must of these will work with some of these afternoon at 3 o'clock. E. Stanley !MUST REMOVE SCREENS on the bribery charge were.'
housewlcorresf" vegetables fruits and other prod- generated by the body in. The marketings products strains will LAKE WALES.-The Mayor ly responsible for large
of be undertaken at blossom Jones missionary to India and famous the demand<
offset effect for
than the
,;f ucts from her grocer and when still air which Is held in the clothIs more any time I and city council feeling that some- a recall election for
i r ; le.er I declines resulting from the next spring. Work at the religious lecturer will lay the Mayor Robert
price
bust ;k these products are not of high actually the Insulator. Factors new laboratory will be in cooper- stone for the building that will be thing should be done to stop com- R. Williams and Commissioner

Asa tiil quality or are scarce, she gener which determine the degree of larger supplies. ation with the Florida Experiment the first of 12 planned for the E plaints which have been coming to John W. DuBose and Ralph B.
ed6n$ ally wants to know why. And the warmth are the kind of fiber the General economic conditions In Station. Stanley Jones Educational Foun- them, from both white and color- Ferguson. The charge agent

tlon agf grocer explains that the crop was nap or fuzziness, and the closenessof the United States "are mostly fav- dation, a project conceived when ed people, at a regular meeting Ferguson was dropped for lack of
Yl, not good or acreage was decreased the weave. orable to recovery", the report Wednesday night instructed At- evidence but
very
did aye<,j il'ssvbusineed Valuable New he visited the campus in 1936. the other two went
Crops
or some plague of Insectsor Most blankets are woven entirely states. A material Increase in In- torney Sims to prepare ordinances to trial along with City Rat. Ex-

1 cilamd w1 diseases reduced production and of wool or cotton or mixture of dustrial production in 1939 Is, of Developed By State GREEN FOR CANAL which will require all beer parlorsand pert> Thomas E. Grady

quality. She is disappointed be- the two. If the blanket Is madeof coul'se. expected to be reflected in OCALA.-"I firmly believe the pool rooms to remove all --A-

I tag that cause she knows her family needs a mixture of wool and cotton, larger consumer incomes which In Experiment Station Florida Ship canal will be approved screens so the public can see from BAKER K1LIJ.I;)

__ 1 of their good, high quality food. generally the warp is cotton and turn will mean a better demandfor at the next session of congress" front to back. Also, this ordinance TAMPA.-.Phillip Lobat. 12.

rcaouI rte In treating persons suffering the filling is either all wool or wool the products from Florida GAINESVILLE.-During the :50 declared Congressman Lex Green will contain a clause which will require year-old baker, wut fiitam ujured

ant are from malnutrition, the man in and cotton combined. The more farms years of its existence, the Florida a t the third 1 anniversary meetingof all such places to close from Sunday when caught ir ',L.n.

,lon wl white looks to agriculture. He wool the blanket contains, the war- Looking across the waters, DIrector Experiment Station has developedand Townsend club Number 2 at the 11 P. M. until 7.00: A. M, except mixing machine who, ,.j I ,mm* tHe ,

tleert de prescribes green vegetables, fruits, mer it wl11 be. The amount of wool Newell said "things do not helped to introduce a numberof courthouse Thursday. "A projectof Saturday night which will be died in an ambulun" MI ,steal

plenty of milk and eggs, and other also Increases the price and the look so favorable." General economic new crops into Florida agricul- this magnitude cannot long luy 11: P. M. to 7:00: A M Monday attendants said h< ust.un, 'u! a
t !
d.Tbe, d farm products for them. Not onlyin lightness of the blanket. In buyIng conditions abroad may show ture, some of which are now occu- dormant," said the representative morning. From now on all beer fractured skull, his rigli, '. lu

preaen d cases of malnutrition, but in a wool and cotton blanket it some Improvement during the pying places of importance In the i. from Florida's second congressional purlors will be closed on Sunday. severed at the wrist U"I' cit

many other human maladies he must be remembered that 25 percent year but "competing foreign supplies agricultural industry not only of 1 district adding that he had been I arm was badly lacerat.. ,d f "< 'now
rolionman prescribes the products of agricul wool is required to make an will be much larger than in this state but of other Southern for it from its Inception and that F.ltIEItS1.ltKET: : OPENS employes said he atti-mpi" 0

Mitch { appreciable difference In warmth. 1938." states, says Dr. Wilmon Newell, he would be for it until the "last BUSHNELL.-The initial live- ,, clean the machine vuuii "III>

ojgfii ture.To give the child good, sound This same amount Is required to Net cash income of farm opera- : director. spadeful of dirt is thrown." stock auction sale held at the running. His right him "tas

teeth, the dentist prescribes orange give the characteristic propertiesof tors also rainy be materially higher Perhaps the most prominent, but opening of the State Farmers Market caught In a roller, mil\ A'nut oe

h tr ft.lervif. juice and farm products containing > wool such as fluffiness elasticity next year, for farm production expenses not necessarily the most Import- INDIAN SCHOOL here on Friday. Nov. 11, resulted attempted to free himself with 111
1 much calcium and other mlneials. of nap and the ability to absorb are expected to show little ant one of these la the tung oil SEEKING.-With colorful ceremonies i in the sale of $3,1100,00 'left hand, the machine n'rkin' lira

x ;; Good food and good clothing area moisture without making the change and may be somewhat low- tree. Seeds were ought from including speeches by worth of cattle and hogs according forward so that his skull ns
i r blanket feel It is not worth- China by the United States Department Senator Claude
essentials for social well-being. damp. Pepper and to Market Manager Ray Marsh. crushed. His widow and parent!

>tt r 4 And it is the farmer's task to pro while to( pay the additional price er.The combined level of farm wage of Agriculture and triedin I Congressman Peterson, the new Good prices were obtained for all survive.

')atmtt h vide these and, also to make a for a blanket with a percentage of rates and prices of commoditiesused nearly every state across the : school house built for the grades. No.1 hogs to $6.70, top .- -
_ P? satisfactory living for himself and wool less than. 25 percent. for production on the farm southern boundary of the nation Seminole Indians by the federal steers up to $7.05 per hundred UNKNOWN BODY I'OIND

\\Haft his family. Napping is the process of pull- "probably will average a little In Florida they thrived were test Indian service on the Indian reservation pounds. A good number of buyers SEBRING.-The body ot ar unidentified

foully oft tto1 f When insects, diseases and soUr Ing to the surface the loose endsof lower than In 1938." ed on a more widespread scale : near Brighton was dedicated for all classes of various livestock white man was found lyIng

:kn4 I y deficiencies threaten his the blanket thick and fluffy Farm wage rates, an importantitem and now have taken their placein Wednesday. This Is the first were on hand and assured Market across a log with his head In

LLr a rr however, he must have assistance crops twisted filling yarns in the foun-I in production costa, have the agriculture! of the Gulf school which this tribe has been officials they would be here for a pool of water last Thuroday aft'

-r r In winning the battle against them. dation cloth to make the surfaceof weakened during the past year. mates. willing to accept one built some I the regular livestock sales to be ernoon, a few hundred yards south

: If the natural characteristics of the blanket thlnck and fluffy. And though they will probably Increase Nearly 40 years ago some vel- years ago near :Miami having been 'held at the State Farmers Market of the city limits on the Seaboard

? his crops are not satisfactory to This Influences the warmth and the average for 1939 maybe vet bean seeds, gathered from a rejected absolutely by the entire here each Wednesday beginning railway right-of-way, by some ne-

the consumer, he must have as- the strength. Naturally, the more about the same as in 1938 the porch vine 1 in southern Florida, aggregation. In contrast this one November 23rd. All stock men are gro women who reported the lOcation

r sistance in producing better crops. the blanket Is napped, the weaker economists say. Prices paid for were sent to the Station. They was so enthusiastically received evidencing great interest in the establishment of the body to authorities

( And that helping hand in the great the filling yarns become. A heavily farm machinery, automobiles fertilizer were though to be poisonous to that the Indians themselves have of this much needed Justice of the Peace Milton Mo-(

i struggle with Nature for food, and napped blanket is more satisfactory feed, and seed probably livestock, and no one knew whence done so much toward the buildingof livestock market and everyone Manus herd an inquest and reported

,r 1 i t f fu raiment is the agricultural scientist I if used with sheets or comforters I will be lower And little change is they came originally. The Sta- the structure that there has having livestock for sale Is urgedto the cause of death aa being

p e A -the man who works on the while less napped blankets looked for in prices paid by far- tion's investigators planted them, been a saving of $8,000 !in the con- avail themselves of the oppor- From unknown causes. He ordered

_ farmer's problems, devising effective -" ore warmer when no other covers mere for equipment and supplies. found them to grow well, and fed struction. The school cost $7,000. tunity to dispose of their stock the body Interred at the scene of

methods of culture, fertilization are used. Building materials on the other them to cows. The cows thrived There is one big classroom, a through this Market. The Market the death. The negro undertaker

," and Insect and disease con- Durability of a blanket dependson hand may be slightly higher. Instead of dying. The velvet bean, workroom, teachers' quarters will handle all grades of cattle performed the last rites for the

1 trol, developing new and better fibers, amount of napping size with improved varieties developedin bathroom facilities and space for hogs horses mules sheep and unknown man who It Is said. was

tt' strains of crops, and revealing new and care given to it. Look for Experiment Station other states for seeding between wood-working shop. goats as well as vegetables. nicely dressed.

1 ; ,. uses for his produce.For fibers of good quality, napping to frosts, is now an important cropIn \, .. .
t } a half century the Florida the extent that will not weaken the Workers Give AdviceOn all Southeastern states. '" ', .....J Io; ;.n'lf'',.. ;. ."t ".CL -.,- .. ,. ...,.,, ., .' I/fJ -/," ":'''-';Ji'i.tU'\ ,' -'.'"' --: ".' :Jo-h -,. -, "-,_"";,...::..r/. ,',,

i1 Agricultural Experiment Station yams, a large size which allows Farming ProblemsFarm Crotalarla came in by way of

has proven a helping hand to the for adequate tucking, and dura- the Station's plant introduction

icrt farmers of this state. Its accom- bility. ( advice in this column garden the seeds being supplied by

_ i plishments over this long period I comes from workers of the State the United States Department of

have benefited the farmer but More people between the ages of Experiment Station in Gainesville.) Agriculture. Napier, Bahia and
; not only the farmer-they have 20 and 2die& of automobile accidents centipede grasses also came

t 1G benefited everyone in Florida. than any other age group. To rid pasture and grove landof through the same garden, and all

: I4tty ------ are now widely grown.
? h sandspurs, encourage good
1 FUNERAL DIRECTOR grass sod by seeding and close A strain of cigar-wrapper tobacco SAVE

a grazing during the entire season. known as Rg, developed at l'ROl'ER T"YTIO"N
Years Makes It Possible for Me to Render
My Many Experience Mowing the grass previous to seed- the North Florida Experiment Station -

EFFICIENT, PROMPT and COURTEOUS SERVICE Ing will also help, as sandspurscan in Quincy resists blackshankand YOUR

MODERATE PRICES be eradicated if preventedfrom Is of good quality. It is grown CO"NFISCA

seeding. An application of altogether In the Florida-Georgia
PROMPT AND COURTEOUS AMBULANCE SERVICE
200 pounds per acre of a 5-8-5! fer- cigar-wrapper belt.

DAY PHONE 1 NIGHT PHONE 132DeWITI' tilizer has proven effective in At Leesburg around 10 years agoa FROM

stimulating good grass growth to laboratory was set up to study
C. JONES
overcome sandspurs in many cases. watermelons and ornamentals, and

Stnrke FloridaHUNTERS later a grape investigator was sent

I Gladiolus bulbs may be separated there. Wilt organism In the soil

soon after they are dug, but it were causing melon growers to 3

Is best to give them a rest period have to clear new land each, year,

before planting them again. It is an expensive operation. The labor-

not necessary to put them in cold atory workers developed the Lees- .

If ( storage for this period. If one burg melon which grows in spiteof r i.

wishes to keep the bulbs beyondthe wilt, and Is of fair size and .
t J rest period, however, it is nec- good quality. The 1937 Florida Legislature passed a law knownas
r 1er to keep them In cold stor- the :Murphy Act that provides for settlement of
essary
'I FTThp DON'T African squash, an excellent pro- taxes delinquent as far back as the 1934 sale and prior,
to them from -
} r4' age prevent sproutIng ducer of food for man and feed by requesting the Clerk of the Circuit Court to adver-

,r BE CAUGHT for animals, the Suwannee cowpea, tise and sell them. They will be bid in by the property
improved varieties of sweet and owners or their agents. The cost is very small and consists -
+r I UNPREPARED Spraying with Black Leaf 40 or I field corns and better sugarcanesare of advertising, cost of sale and search fees. This
other nicotine sulphate or dusting : sale will in no wise jeopardize the rights of the owner.
the other
with nicotine sulphate lime dust among crops pointedto By allowing these taxes to remain open on the
Dr. Newell which the Florida"
by
are the two principal methods for I' books you are running the risk of having your property -
Season controlling aphids on vegetable Station has developed or introduced sold under a tax deed and in the event of an application
in cooperation with the Depart for tax deed being filed against this property,
If the Is used, it
: crops. spray ment of Agriculture. you will be required to pay toe full amount of the
_ should consist of half a pint of '.5 taxes now due. It will then be Impossible to settle,
__ Opens Black Leaf 40 to 50 gallons of wa- under the Murphy Act.
1938 GHANT APPLICATIONS
C ter and about three pounds of \V1LL CLOSE DECEMBER! 10 The object of this law Is to relieve the property
soap. As it kills only the aphids! owners of a heavy delinquent tax burden. The act ineffective

I 21Just it contacts the spray should be for only a few months longer and at its ex-
Nov. GAINESVILLE. Florida farmers -
piration the title to w
thoroughly applied and particularcare property that is not paid up will
who expect to submit applications automatically be vested In the
should be exercised to make it State of Florida. Save
for grant payments under your property from confiscation.
g I Make your application -
p : reach the undersides of the leaves, the 1937 agricultural conservation at the Clerk's office at once.
received fresh stock of Remington Keen where moat aphids are found.
.a new program should do so before December
If the dust is used, it should be
Bore Cartridges and Shells, Remington Sheath Knives, applied with a dusting machine in I 10, says H. G. Clayton,
state AAA administrative officer.

[ + [ Remington Target Master, Sportmaster and Speed- order covered.that Dusting all the plant can surface be done be I This date has been set as the final THE MURPHY ACT

cut-off date and are notified
master Rifles, Ever-ready Flashlights and Batteries and only when the weather Is dry and growers
to that effect.
there Is no breeze. To be effective I
Hunter's Head Lamps.BRADFORD It should hang over the plants in I Clayton says practically all applications : ENDS JUNE 9TH 1939A

a cloud for several seconds, at have been received, but he ,
least, I Is issuing the cut-off nodes to give
WORD TO THE WISE IS SUFFICIENT
Applica-
everyone an opportunity.
COMPANY .- -
i HWD. Purchases by farmers through tions are filed with the county

cooperatives have Increased decid- committee In the office of the

edly since 1930. county agent.


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r-vr HOME AND ABROAD we can remember the farmer. it
'
: President Roosevelt com he was saved from recurring dlff). ,

whenmeated on the Nazi brutality andsaid cultles has had to save himself"" I II

"could scarcely bell The history of farm I
I thai he relief, as EPISCOPAL CHRISTIAN '
BAPTIST I'RFSnYTERU.N
ll lie, ?, thai such things could occur this intimates, Is very largely a R.v. L A. Shepherd i Rev METHODIST Frank Robinson Supplied by R.v. Frail Yerkes, .Jr. !'Iupt.' Church School ;
I wcntleth century civilization"Invoiced history of costly political failure I Pastor. Pastor n.v. II. Rice and Rector I.emml. Garrett
the "deeply shocked pub- Farmers have made definite progress rte A J. Thomas Supt. m. K, Perryman n.v Dr. Adams Sunday School Supt. Sunday MorningSuSundndaay j j"
!' SuperintendentChurch 1111.. Ell... .J. Sa..e lIund.: 8cho.1 \
I? opinion' of his countrymen. through their own efforts, School School 1\r.Or..nl.t E, 111 Davie Or..anl.t 10 clock I

I Ile The German government Is re- using such tools as the market- 9:45: A. M. Church School Church School I Supt. Mrs Jam 8srvlees.. Carlyle Worship 11 O'clock Servla J

l rded In Washington as a graveIJBfnace ing cooperatives. When they have Morning 11 A.Service M. Morning 10 A.Worship M; Roy Mathews Sunday. School Sunday Eveningnaptist 'I.

to all nations of the clv- depended upon political panaceas, Training Service. II A. 1\(. Church School 10 A. M. Service. 70: P. M. ).i ,
world. they have usually found that they Union, 9:45: P. M. Evening W"rMhlp 10 A. M. Morning.it I A. M. Prayer Meeting Wed :' ,
I lilted Evening Service, nesday. evening 7:30 '1
Service. 7:30: P. AL Morning, Worship i
I far an the United States Ie have followed a will-o'-the wisp. 7:30: P. 1\(. Young Penple'. 11 A. M. Frlday.1IO: P. M.
so has become ---. Prayer. Meeting League M..tln.. Holy Doy..l0 A. 1\1. 1 '
concerned our position Wednesday. 7:10 P.M. '
: 6:10: P. M i d I
TilE GERMAN
I complicated and It Is to behoped SITUATION- Pianist Prayer Meeting. SPIN ALLIANCE "
very WHAT CAN WE DO ABOUT ITT Mrs Mona. Canova
I ] that there will be no hot- Wednesday, 7:30: PM l\nSSION HALL President
< Choir Director GOSPEL T,\B.
1 rash movements either on Absolutely nothing, except to ex- John H. Powell atre. F. U. Long, The Rev. Frank "
part leaders in the AdmlnItotratlon. press our horror and indignation.The Chairman Organist and Choir Spon.o.: Sponsored by Robinson ",
the of Director M. and Mr.. Vice President
I .. g
Board ot Deacons 1\1'. and Mrs. : S
or Congress, or among President has done this, Senators I WASHINGTON.. Fulgenclo Batista, Cuban dictator, shown I J. F, Klckllter M.... E. K. P..rryman, J. T, Quigley I I J. T. Quigley The R.v. Le.lle ;

IL majority and minority parties Congressmen and other at left with General Malln Craig. Chief of Staff U. 8. Army, who invited Chairman Assistant Organist Bible Study each Fv..n..U..tlc. Service Shepherd ',
the prominent people have done It also I Board. at Trustees T. T. Lon: Assistant each Friday evening R..cr..tary-T..a..uref' (
J to precipitate a situation like that I trim to Washington as the official car left Union Station. L. O. Pow.U Choir Director Tuesday. evening 7le 7:30: o'clock The 1.v. Fred Yerkes a; t

1917 I and the papers have condemned it _.u__ ____._____ _ ._ ,
of In harsh terms. Even the main -- I ""I4; \
national movement that fa-, Birmingham, In April. A few days r
The German paper In New York has Local Scout Troop I Quartermaster for Troop; Tenderfoot BOATDRAIN Methodists Observe .
establishment for na- he named of
yore' a great denounced it vigorously.The I Scout Charlie Jones was recognized Mm. Z. Z. Orirriis" Cor. ago was Secretary '
Uonal defense has had an addition' President has recalled our Has Special MeetingFriday and presented with his Thanksgiving Time Evangelism for the Brazilian 1''

1 on. by the President's suggestion Ambassodor "to learn the facts"at I card, as havlng satisfactorily passed Grady Bass spent the week-end Methodist Church. Now on furlough "' :,

to the 21 American Republics first hand. This is the near night at the regular his Second Class work (but not with Harvey Gainey of Bethel. Thanksgiving Sunday was ob he is on a speaking tour .

lnd Canada that they should participate est to an official sentence of con meeting of the Starke Troop No. having gone before Court of Honor Mrs. W. E. Green and daughter, served at the First Methodist meeting some fifty appointmentshere 7\f.

In preparedness solidarityfor demnation we can impose. 70 of the Boy Scouts of Americaa was still held in the Tenderfoot Sharon and Opal Morrell spent the Church last Sunday both In the In Florida. A well-informed :
I Western Hemisphere. Signs and able speaker Mr Dawsey
the Anything further we might do, most impressive ceremony was ClassOther boys were presented first of last week with Mrs Ralph
I menace closely resemble Church School and the Morning brings an interesting
Of a German officially, would be an aggressiveact observed. Recently this Troop has their cards aa follows: Second Galney of Lee Lake. message ',I
the days of 191418. Nev- Service. Thanks- which all are welcome to hear. :
Class Scout Michael Dew Tender- Worship Special .
which might lead to a declara- reregistered for the year ending Albert Griffis made a business :
erth less. a military plan for the tion of war. And this we won't do. October 1939 and at this meeting foot Scout J. E. Denmark Tender" trip to Jacksonville, Saturday. giving songs were used and a Starke Is Indeed fortunate in being ,

entire Western Hemisphere Is a The German government Is one of appropriate exercises recognized foot Scout Lester McMillan, Ten- Mr. and Mrs. Dan Boree and Thanksgiving theme was developed able to have the opportunity ,

matter that goes beyond the authority tyranny and force but ours is one this fact. derfoot Scout Comer Perryman, children Doyle and Harold, and by the pastor, the. Rev Frank of hearing such an outstanding; :'

I of the United States, its of law, both nationally and Inter- At 7 o'clock the Troop assem- Second Class Scout Enos Hays, Junior Griffis of Jacksonville were Robinson. At the evening YoungPeople' speaker. :- 'i

I Administration head, or even the nationally. I bled at the sound of the bugle and Tenderfoot Scout Albert Earle visiting Mr. and Mrs. Z. Z. Griffis service Miss Frances Dr. P. M. Boyd, acting Preeldt'' '

Congress. Besides It is playingwith Legally, this is entirely: Ger I In a manner traditional with Thornton, Tenderfoot Scout Buddy I last Sunday. Hays, District Director of Young I ing Elder of the Jacksonville District II

I fire. many's own affair, within her own Scouts marched quietly into the Davis Tenderfoot Scout Bryan Ethel Gatlin of Starke spent last People's work was present and Missionary Secretary, and j"

These are serious days that we nation. German would have no meeting place the Church Schoolrooms Harreil Tenderfoot Scout Edgar Thursday night with Thelma Pre- made a most Interesting and Instructive trict Missionary Secrttary, and -

I Ire living through. But how swlf right to Interfere with our han- of the Methodist Church. Wilkinson Tenderfoot Scout Ches- talk to the Young Peo( Mrs. R. H. Perry, District Secretary }

I ty the sands; of time run: From dling the negro problem In the The opening ceremony consisted of ter McKinney. vatt.Mr. pIe. At the evening service Miss of the Woman's Missionary
and Mrs J. B. of Starkewere
I November 8 and for a full week United States. the four Patrols lining up In their The following boys having duly Rye Hays rendered beautifully a solo. Society, will accompany the Rev. Ii 3.
,
I thereafter the whole country was I Oh, yes, there Is another thingwe respective positions and the Patrol made application some time ago visiting Mae Pievatt Sunday Next Sunday morning the pastor Mr. Dawsey. : A

I In a feverish heat over the results can do too-and we are on the Flags were then given them. : were received into the Troop on night. will use as a theme, "Methodismand A most cordial invitation is ex- :

I of the election. Seven days later way of doing it: Next, the new large United States Preparation; Raymond Kellum and Lommle Tyre of Okeechobee was Others." Assisting In this ser- tended to the people of Starke to -

I election controversies made wayfm We can build our military forces I Flag which was given the Troop :' Billy Lee. visiting friends In this section vice will be the Choir, under the attend this service on Monday evening

I new discussions about national sky high. This Is exactly what by the sponsoring group, the Rotary The meeting was closed by the Tuesday.A direction of Mrs. F. H. Long, and November 28, at 7:30 o'clock 4',t

I defense, that expanded overnightfrom the President has in mind. The I Club, was presented and the Scouts and Scouters repeating the large crowd from this section selections on the Pipe Organ The in the First Methodist Church and ;

the Arctic Ocean to Cape coming Congress will appropriatethe I i pledge of allegiance was said. Fol- I Scout Benediction followed by the I atti nded church at Jessie New- evening service will be a feature hear these speakers.: t'

( Horn biggest sums for Army and lowing this, the newly purchased sounding of Taps on the Bugle by som'fl\ Sunday night. service with the Woodmen: of the __ "

The events in Europe are of very Navy equipment, materials and I I Troop Flag was presented. The Scout Thomas. I Albert Grlffls and Thelma Pre- World and the Woman's Auxiliary Approximately one half of ,

I serious concern, and they are increasingly men you and I have ever seen in 'Scout Oath and Laws were given. Renewed activity and interest vatt attended the funeral of Ver- of the W. O. W. us special guests. America's naval stores (turpentine 1

I serious because of our lifetime. I Then boys were dismissed for piny has been noted at every meeting I non Jones at Hampton, Monday. The church will be appropriately and rosin) are shipped from

events In Mexico that are more direct This is one thing Germany will which was conducted by Scout of this excellent group of Scouts' A large crowd from this section decorated to carry out some of the Jacksonville und are Its most important -

In their effect upon the U. S. have respect for and while we "Sonny" Haynes. After games, the und Scouters. Much credit Is due attend the cane grinding at E. E. thoughts of the Woodman organ exports. .',

j Government There are two reasons don't like to do it, yet we have the Troop assembled In their respec- Dr. M. B. Herlong for this capable Lee's Monday night. izai ion. '

I for the unusual Interest shownby wealth to do it better than any tive Patrol room and began the : leadership as Troop Committee Willie Green and Zenas Griffis Next Wednesday night the Stewards -

our Government and anxious other nation on earth, and we will work assigned to them by their I Chairman, and to the other mem- Leo will have charge of the Prayer BUSINESS
were visiting Grlffls Sunday.
counsellors like General Pershing do it. We believe the American Patrol leaders. The Troop Com- bers of the Committee who have We to that Tom Meeting service This will be the {

In regard to national defense, and people are right back of the Pres- mittee met and the following boys made themselves available for the Lee is are seriously sorry III report at this writing. concluding service of Loyalty H'
those two reasons are Mexico and satisfactorily passed these Merit benefit of the DIRECTORYUI
ident in this. growth and develop- Friends of this section wish hima Month and a large attendance is :
Germany Those two countries are Badge tests; Merit Badges for PIoneering ment of this fine group of boys expected at Loth the Sunday ser- '

altogether too chummy In their THIRD PARTY and Chemistry, Star who compose Troop No. 70, Boy speeedy recovery. vices and Wednesday night ser- J ..

I trade relations. The national headquarters of Scout Frank Robinson, 11; For Scouts of America. vice. During this month the interest : "'

Outstanding debaters in Wash- the Democratic and Republican Safety and Civics First Class The Scoutmaster urges closest from Scout Councils In Miami, At- and attendance has grown considerably The drInk 4 Ij ,;

| Ington's "Town Hall" discussed the parties are located In Washington, Scout Arch Thomas, Jr. cooperation between the ones in lanta, Tampa, Savannah Jacksonville one new Church School ,i

"Betrayal of Munich" a few evenings and national political leaders keepIn The Troop reassembled In the charge of this Troop and the par- Macon, West Palm Bench. class having been formed, and other that ..:!, ,

I ago. Almost at the same constant touch with them. In main auditorium for the following ents of these boys in order that Columbus Bradenton, Augusta, evidences of a new Loyalty have ,I
time the United States Department fact surmise, the principal purposes. Dr. M. B. Herlong madea been indicated the everybody ii""
as one may the highest Ideals of Scouting may Tallahassee Rome, Athens, Way- by membership
of State was patching up affairs business of Washington revolves short talk to the Scouts com- be attained in this group. Sympathetic cross, Orlando( Griffin West Point, of the Church.A knows ;I

I resulting from the betrayal around politics. In the Na- mending them for their behaviorand understanding of the problems St. Petersburg. cordial, Invitation to folk who t i

I of Mexico City tional Capital the concensus of advancements after which Dr. of boys and a sincere desireto Noted and prominent people are are not otherwise affiliated is extended' ,
Over a period of many years opinion is that third party move- Herlong presented the following out will be 5.rl- '
Scouting the
carry Invited to be honor guests. Among to make this Church their I II .
I Mexico been farm National head-
has
confiscating ments will weaker Instead of cards received from '
grow controlling Influence in this Troop.An 'f'
those Dun Beard Na- Church home while In Starke.
expected are I ,
lands owned by American citizens. the next two quarters: Dr. M. B. Herlong chair I ,..
stronger during Increasing degree of responsi- tional I ....
Scout Commissioner who On Monday night the 28th at
During the past ten years alone I man of the Troop Committee; Eu-
recent elections
The
to
years. appearto bility promote leadership will COCA-COLA: DOT. CO.
than 10 million dollars worthof Wilson L. A. ranks among the world's renowned 7-30: o'clock the Kev. C. B. Daw- j
more that these gene Matthews Joe
Indicate opinions are be placed on all the boys of the
Scouters General Vivien Col- will
these properties were "expropri I Davis, members of tue Committee.To ; sey, Missionary to Brazil
sound. Troop. ff
I lins of Florida Dr. Lorne W. Barclay of WE ARE
"' ; speak In the Church. A native
ated For )years: the United StatesHas .. the Rev. Frank Robinson was '
I With the challenge of developingthe National Director of PRESCRIPTIONEXPERTS ;i
South
ex-officio Camp- Carolina Mr. Dawsey was i
been for the card
pleading rightsof presented his as '
FIRE'S ALLIES
and highest and best qualities in Ing of the Boy Scouts of America educated at Fofford College, and 'Iw I ICARPENTER'S
of-
Its
citizens. Mexico Committee
Finally member of the
Fire has two great allies. OneIs boys that Scouting offers, theScoutmaster '
; Cherry Emerson, prominent sailed for Brazil In 1914. Because
fers a million dollars as a sort of Scoutmaster of the Troop. I
The other is careless !
token and It promises to pay that Ignorance. Scoutmaster Robinson then called earnestly urges the Atlanta business man; and George of his love for an activity In pioneer I ,.
fullest cooperation by the parents Patterson lending Florida businessman work he has been called "The
amount by May 31, 1939, and an- ness.With Bryan Harrell. Edgar Wilkinson The Rcxall Store ii',
allies and by the citizens of Starke of "
other the help of these to the from St. Petersburg. Governor Asbury of Brazil. Again and ;j
million each thereafter and Chester McKinney
year fire about $300,000.000 I this fine group of boys representing SEE ME BEFORE YOU \VHIE
consumes with Fred Cone and Governor E. again he has opened the mission (I
until them
the 10 million Is paidIntel'eSI front and presented
not being mentioned.The worth of property each year-and. their Tenderfoot Badges, thus officially a part of the great programof D. Rivers have been invited to at- work in distant outposts At one Estimates Cheerfully j'

of Infinitely greater Importance,, National Scouting. time lie traveled circuit
a as large '
Into the Given :
joker in the deck Is foundIn receiving them tend.Each
destroys some 10,000 human lives. I the whole state of North Carolina "
the received patrol of Scouts at the jubilee as
Mexican note of November Troop. The following boys "
12, stating that the government Ignorance leads us to improperly their registration cards for Jubilee In Orlando will take their own tents and which required his abs..ncefl'om E. A. WINKLER .

repair electric cords, or put pen- Approximately 100 Boy Scouts in the Central Florida FairGrounds home for weeks at a time
"reaffirms" Star Scout camp :
that It "has not acted the new Troop year: Radio and Electric Service
from the Greater Jacksonville t
nies behind burned-out fuses. Ignorance Senior Pa- right In the heart of Or- When he served as Presiding Elder -
contrary to the rules and principles Frank Robinson III, (
causes hazardous building Council expect to participate in stationed In the town of Ma- ;
of Class Scout Arch lando. Their meals will be served PLUMBING
International law, of justice trol Leader, ) ; 1st '
the Georgia-Florida Jubilee to be
construction, with Inadequately rllla the far end of his district r.
and equity." Having been caughtwith Thomas Jr., Leader of Panther from three large field kitchens. was Prompt Service at :
protected heating pipes flues and held In Orlando on December 2, 3 400 miles from his home. The Rev.
Scout Leonard The City Council of Orlando, the
the goods, and convicted in Patrol; Second Class Reasonable Prices ,
and 4. All Scoutmasters
the eyes of its own intelligent na- fireplaces. Ingnorance causes us Smith Leader of Wolf Potral; expectingto Chambers of Commerce or Orlando Mr. Dawsey was elected a delegateto Let Me Estimate Your Job
to hang wet clothes on electric send patrols or groups of boys the. General Conference of the
tionals Freeman RegisIter and Orange County, and the Cen- r'
it "takes pleasure in rec- Tenderfoot Scout
wires to use wooden barrels for I Mohican Patrol are requested to( make reservations tral Florida Fair Association are M. K. Church South, which met in C. M. RITCH : '
;
ognizing that the sentiments of j Leader of
at the local Scout
hot ashes and to search for gas I Headquarters 40
providing convenience for
Haynes, every
cordial unite Scout "Sonny"
friendship which our Tenderfoot
230 East Forsyth St, Jack-
two countries have in the end prevailed leaks with matches. Lender of Bat Patrol; Second Class sonville. I For Starke see The Rev. the: Scouts, Including speciallybuilt ,
Carelessness is an equally potent Scribe; hot water showers, temporary "
over differences of a tech- I Scout George Flynn Troop Frank Robinson). Thin Is the SPECIALYOUR
nical and Juridical order." Such friend of fire. It causes us to post- Tenderfoot Scout William Baker, first large gathering of Scouts I Jubilee Infirmary which will be attended -

language Interpreted Into honest pone needed repairs to heating from these two states since the I by a doctor and nurse,

speech of the United States means I plants, electric wiring, etc? on the of the stnrry-eyea youngsters National Jamboree in quarters for the Jubilee office and CAR LUBRICATED FOR 35c
,
that Mexico Is 10 mil grounds that "we'll get around to I around Washington are trying to Washington the city auditorium for the Scout- i ,
promising i D. C., in 1937. Approximately 1500( '
lions as a sort ot ball bond to I I| It tomorrow or the next day." It make the American public believe I I Scouts from all over Georgia and o-rama (giant Scout show) on GAS AT A PRICE YOU CAN AFFORD ; :

strengthen its stipulation that these', causes us to store junk In attics that taxation will be lower and I Florida are planning to Saturday night. On Friday night
I: infalmmable liquids balanced. They participate the Jubilee Scouts will be
Payments "shall not constitute a and to leave the next budget I In this three-day camp. guestsat TO PAYSmith's '
stoves and heaters It causesus taxes and the the Rollins-Stetson football.
Precedent in any case nor for any near never paid many I In the Georgia-Florida Boy
reason. By that subterfuge Mex- to leave matches where they budget is a sort of football to game. On Sunday morning a Jubi- .
Scout Jubilee 5,000 flapjacks will
ico expects to hold possession of I may be easily reached by the Ignorant them. But there isn't a lead pencil be required for one breakfast. Other lee convocation will be held in : '

hundreds. of millions) of dollars hands of children.The or a business adding machine' food requirements will include which leaders of Protestant, Cath- Garage :

worth of British, Dutch and United old saw to the effect that in the world that they could ma- 3,600 eggs 1,500 pounds of pota- I olic and Jewish religions will

States oil properties. It's worth "tomorrow may be too late" Is nipulate to prove that taxes will toes, 300 pounds of breakfast ba- speak. .

10 million dollars of dubious prom-' especially applicable to the haz- be less. con, 400 pounds of friend chicken -- /'
hM ards that breed fire. Alertness ---*
to the Cardenas regime to be
M,IUKDlN HASTE and over 1000 pounds of beef.

thefts.able to retain Its infinitely larger on vent the the part majority of everyone of would America's pre- I Elkton, Maryland 50 miles from I One of the big attractions will

I Baltimore and about the same distance be a colossal Scout-o-ruma which 1
The unpreventable fire Is .
If fires.
Mexico would-tomorrow- from Philadelphia and less will be staged In the mammoth tt
cooperate with other PanAmerican extremely rare. Ingnorance can I auditorium Saturday night i 4
if the individual than 100 miles from Washingtonhas city .. ', ,
Republics In the "Good Neighbor be easily conquered been infamous for many years, December 3. In this show Scouts :
fire Insurance com- -
Policy," which is the "cultural wills--any because within Its borders there will present a dramatic spectacle ; ''j" '
Program" of States, pany or fire marshal can provideyou '0 ,t >,
the United instructionsthat exists the greatest marriage racketIn of drills, pioneering feats, magic e .
with the simple i iPMI
;
matters would be entirely differ- most the east. Along the principal fire making, Indian dances, bridge .
eliminate
eat, and the fear of becoming InVOlved will hazards.serve to And knowledgeof I street of the town renegade building, rescue work, first aid '/"

> In a war branching out common have flaunted huge signs clown stunts, etc. Daytona Youth
toll preachers
from any European nation would fire's ghastly, unnecessary announcing that marriage licenses Band will furnish the music. Her "!
should need to ,
man
vanish. Is all than any
and marriage ceremonies were on bert Stuckey of Atlanta, who di-

The plain fact Is that America conquer the vice.of carelessness. sale. It furnished quick action for rected a 5cout-o-rama at the University .
hall
reason to fear Mexico because brain- of North Carolina In
LESS couple. who were drunk, or early
It almost constantly endangers WILL TAXES BE before Con- less and wanted to get married In the fall will direct this Scout-o- 4 4t
the will be placed eait\
"i' I.
Plans
security of the W>\stern Hem- when -
So on election day, rama. ;
of the a hurry.
"Were. The rest of Pan-Amerl- gress for a continuance the Millard Tydings was being returned Scouts will bring to an audienceof t I; i iin
,
to agriculture :
ca aids
alms for "peace on earth, goodwill present and the to the Senate and the Big Train some 9,000 Floridians the thrills
needy
the ,
towards men." unemployed, Walter Johnson elected as Commissioner and spills of the old Roman charIot .
It
rest of the existing programs. of grand old Montgomery races. These races will be run I.I : I
cen-
n'E' FARMER SAVES HIMSELFA will press plans of authority for greater In the County, the voters of the State by Boy Scouts, the boys themselveswill BY THE WAY Park..and pause..where you see the
small recently tralization 48 hours be the teams and drivers, six "
newspaper It will approved a law requiring red sign that says"Drink Coca-Cola. i r ;
made> this wise comment: "One of Washington government.from the un- to elapse between Issuance of the Scouts to each team. Races will PAUSE It flashes a welcome Imitation to enjoy I
the questions Is most freqUently seek more revenues be Atlanta, Miami, Macon ,
which tax, and as high as marriage license and the performance run by a sociable pause for pure refreshment ,
asked these days Is 'Can divided profits over J25.- of the ceremony. It was a and Tampa. BAND REFRESH Thirst asks nothing more. '
the government help business?' 19 percent on Incomes blow to Elkton the outlawed Fifteen hundred Boy Scouts COCA-COLA t
raise all Income great BOTTLING CO.
seek to ,
For will
the best answer to that we 000. It preachers, and also to "run- from all over Georgia and Florida \
extend this opera-
must look to agriculture. For as taxes and ners." taxis and hotels that profited will spend three days enjoying and .R.I 5.7 t '
incomeslighting no __
J long as we can remember, poll- tion to lower from Elkton's snap-marriage demonstrating model Boy Scout l ,., }""' ,_.._.w,;" .nw.. N4w.6'" ___. ..... ._,_ ., r .. :.
"clans have been rushing to the business. Camping These Scouts will come
aid one.While all this is going on some
of the farmer. For as long as 1 ,









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Bradford County TelegraphEstablished 1 12 to 18 months, operators in Floe New Floor Laid

TOO LATE "IN THE HUSTINGS"with ida and In other parts of the South Anewcemen.. rin?, !, ? ',
H>
1877 have been losing from one dollar in the WfXMibn.ifc. : : ;':' ,uitwoen ,

AGES -- -. ---- . --- -- -- .- ---- TO CLASSIFY to six on every 1,000 feet of tim- the offii. '11( \,1"b." 1'1'" I*.
Published Weekly on Fridays and Entered as Second Class L' ber they cut. Production was at and the City H,",,II",i, Rr'Oil<>
nr nV.SEI.L KAY JOE GRAINWhen Its lowest ebb in many years. The other Improvimnu" 'I'' &Ii
Matter! the Post Office at Starke Florida ,
.. .. ........ of and made. It Is >aleas
._ .. ".r.t. Florida PTCIMI -- prospect Increasing wages, not |b ,Inr, .
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t. shortening the working day, was yet who will", -nOli
E. L. Matthews\ _________________________Editor and Owner "legislative time" arrives lumber Is expected this spring, too much for many owners and when it Is eompht,.,111'" ', "lffl I<
L / ._. .__ _h__ A century'ago St. Joseph, on early next year, and tna members which will enable all the shutdown i
the Gulf of Mexico, wall one of the and will send the they threw up sponge. But still .
SUBSCRIPTION RATE start dictating "take a law! one mills to re-open,
the bright future exists for this
foremost cities in Florida. The Sewage
4 of the will bea Industry Into a peak production Installed
4 1 1 1i Yearly, $1.50; Six !Months, 75c-Payable in Advance second railroad In America, and wafffea suggested ana! hours measures bill extending f schedule. With a return to normal Industry, and by February, 1930, Congressman rt \ '
rco all of the mills should be bumming '
Advertising Rates on Application the first in the South connectedIt the provisions the federal act activity, it Is probable that workers week Installed' stwagt, reed, lh
with the outside world, while, to Florida's industries that are not will get 25: percent higher agaIn; and then It is prob- systems in his office Ind rely'
THANKSGIVING PRAYERThe shipping of the world docked in its I able that a 10 percent Increase In' west of bUUdlng
now operating under its provisions wages. the Stark. (t,01, ?>
I employee personnel will be neces-
water terminals. A18Jo
Rev. Leslie Shepherd, pastor of the Baptist Church, great Another affected industry however sary to handle demand. Improvements weir,. mode 111
U
Byi Most of the cotton minerals, naval Interior of the .
Although 1 it is Impossible to puta I sees no bright prospects buti.tim
has kindly granted us permission to reproduce here a brief, stores and cattle of south According to E. T. Lay, secre- : -- .
the active This Is the business of picking and'packlngpecan
finger on proponentof I
of Associated Industries of
liONEE1rOR! prayer offered by him at the Rotary Club Wednesday. Hop-. Georgia, Alabama and northwest this state! wages and houis nuts The largest of Florida tary members of his organization Home Lam

,# ing that it will help to inspire the spirit of Thanksgiving, and I 'Florida:ou'I moved through this port rueasure, rumors of such a prop these operators. In Monticello, shut (and this !includes every man ; The elght-room,, .
t-ts and
winter visitors flocked lngf|
osition are widespread;; and legis- up shop when the wage hour act Ito!
home
of Rev.
believing that our readers will find beauty and inspiration in to Its palatial hotels throngedIts ufacturer of any importance In and Mm! I t
lators have spent some time !in "off: went Into effect but reports say, on located Chn
the state, the lumber interests
Ate plus neur
1 its lines, we take pleasure in presenting it as follows: glistening: beaches. Those geek the record" discussions of it. Of Is now planning to re-open. However to"the Hampton bun
bon
1 ) are making every effort to ground Sunday
t.buei i Almighty Father, who hath revealed Thyself to a ing employment made long and course, Washington and its New the operator has already de- comply with the law. No court at- er noon. The fire started shortly!
tedious to work in its
journeys termined that his of "'lib
Dealers its nan
i great race of people as Jehovah, the Eternal One; and mills, shops and warehouses / will urge adoption present crew tacks upon Its provisions are plan- faulty flue In the kitchen
\ effort to widen the of the 300 workers cannot shell a poundof Pra
bomb hell scope tlcally
ned, he reports. He Joins Editor nothing was ,
Icharactcf who hath been named by millions of others, Allah ; and This great prosperous city was. federal act; but. like the child labor nuts at cost, to him, of less Wand, however in predicting that Mrs. Chason was in uv It| Iltbou

far too i who hath been revealed to millions of others all over the I proud of her commerce and Industry law, concerted' opposition to than 17 cents. So when he reopens the act will result neither in any room with guests R? th( fat
4 { fi51 confident of her future and this New Deal dream is sure to only the most skilled of the "hil1lOo
,
jjtp'deredof! pastor of the .,
earth as The Everlasting Spirit of Truth, and Love; we appreciable wage Increase, nor In Ft qI,I
believed she destined to kept
was the bit Into former will
many i spring up when goes employes be given
i'1 Church In
impovifcy 'v but ad-
many new jobs; Lay, too, Crescen1\ < 1\
to pui, ? 4eratione lift to Thee our prayer of thanksgiving and praise. We become Florida's greatest metrop- : the legislative hopper Jobs, In an effort to cut this production mits that no comprehensive surveyof .-

thank Thee most of all\ for that very revelationthatThou olis. Her growth and progress I By next April, when the legislature cost the production of the effects of the measure upon
were more rapid than that of thesister shelled nuts will be Senator Hunts
along idaF 'rl + art, in the hearts of men, a Spirit of Truth and clUes of her day Pensacola I convenes it is probable that curtailed. considerably Florida Industry has yet been Here
ej m : some 'det lite Information as to made. Senator J Turner Butiw '
Howe89orida Love and Peace and Good Will. Tallahassee and St. Augustine, the workings of the federal' act So far as can be learned few If It l Is certain' of course, that (Ident-elect of th(' 1939 1ellIou! Di!

We pray Thee, that as we look in these momentous Wealthy farmers, tradesmen and will b
several ; e ll" days upon the crisis precipitated by those who have no mill owners built beautiful homes Today: however, state authoritieson given Jobs because of the maxi- oppose further regulation of their was hunting her., Monrta\ 1,
'' along her waterfront northern Industrial conditions confess mum hour was accompanied
i'' metbodcjf pt provisions in the act. business by government and will on 'hi hum I
$ of the ( part in the philosophy of brotherhood, who have noth- capitalists developed her beaches themselves unable to determine Of course, the lumber industry is protest adoption, by the legislature George Inman Bradford ifnres,

I'' .tabll li ?{, ? ing to do with the spirit of peace and good will, we may and sought to woo the tourists, definitely Just what effect the the only one coming under its of a state law similar to the fed- tatlve to the Stilt,. Uguiatu

|!al','In tb. )t' '3r not be swept by the instinctive lusts that lead men mostly well-to-do merchants and measure has had on Florida's business provisions that employs exceptionally eral wages and hours act It may, Hunting was good and, III.. JK
away plantation owners of the southeast, Of course the wages and large number of unskilled at the next session of the legislature I tor almost baKed( th 'im, '

to fight and to destroy.We by providing modern hotels and hours act became effective only a workers, whose pay U less than lead to an open conflict between ,quail and doveNational

are grateful to Thee, 0 God, for the high privi- one of the finest race tracks in month ago; too short a time, prob- 23: cents per hour, Telephone" and organized business and organized : -- ..
the nation. While definite figures; ably, to!> decide whether It is a ben telegraph companies, manufacturers labor and It is -
quite
; possible Guard
lege of living in a land where, so far, no political power "IeetsThe
not available it is believed
are that
er buslrtlon ; rl'', +t'rAsa efit or a curse. engaged in Interstate commerce that this battle, which so far
4l ?,i 5 i has been able to decree what we as men may do and the population of St Joseph in the Early reports, however indicate and other affected Industries has been entirely overlooked In pre. local National ",)unn,' Copany
merts
not year 1838 was between five and that the act Is not completely ac- had few workers In the abnormally session discussions of legislative' Mondn\ iuii 7
do.We ten thousand. complismng! its at least low bracket. Tele- o'clock In the ,anon ahStump's
purpose pay matters, will\ develop into the most
eg< offer thanks to Thee not in this store
tdid s ; qtr our only season In December' of that year a little in this state. Editor Ben Ward, of graph messengers of course, have bitterly debated Items on the slate Drill '"Ipel'lI< :
eyebuainesa ; I
I iti P; of Thanksgiving but always, when in our better momentswe group of statesmen representing the Southern Labor Journal, reports created a problem, but this is still ; Tax revision sales tax, wages training are scheduled! '

f Cll. wit { ''r''a, +i 44, f look Heavenward, that we can look back across the all sections of Florida Journeyed that at least half the lumber being' debated in Washington and i and hours bill! A threesome thatw1ll ----
And thaf ,1ing I to St. Joseph, to attend the, mills in this state closed down on they are still working on their old i certainly give our representatives -
;
[ :
slaw ermropens
and the unmistakable evidence of
last few centuries FI.IIRma
see
ti state's first constitutional conven Oct. 1, although some of these commission basis
mo 1 some sleepless nights!, and l'O"Jt oIt Llulrr co.I..t .
i,ot theTrl an increasing brotherhood among men, which has fol- Lion and It Was at this meeting have reopened since that time. lie To many lumber operators the turn Tallahassee Into a bedlam of D I..rnl man "h" .?.,.,..
that Florida's first state constitution adds, that,,.the operating mills have day of application of the I rl In ohtJl'JI'UJC' 11..10''; N..
.re.ourcdnt lowed where the Great Sufferer, the Great Thanksgiver, wages lobblests!! who will give the law- rler d. roar Ilse., "'IrIg.
was adopted in December not batn"tforced to increase. their and hours act came as a day of makers little peace In which to Itennunehle, H'p'nolahle
bn wl aril+yrIk' i$ the Redeemer of men, has shed His i influence. Indeed 1838 payrolls;"to ,any great extent, although !- doom, because they had been" hangIng Ii nurse their morning-after headaches O. J. rlill,1.11'e.seaI.... Lantr,

it is in His Name, and in His spirit of peace and good will One can picture that great oc basic pay of unskilled on "by the skin of their teeth" .

;y1;; 1'ke ( t ; that we approach Thy Throne of Mercy. 0 may we, as casion, certainly must have a been glorious celebration workers 17 cents, per hRs hour been to raised the minimumof from 10- ono' sass= 'oao =>-Ug..-uIO lU'- .g.lO--Ur- ----moo

,prbaeat He, have the power to face life as it is, and having seen for conventions, then as now staged, were 25, cents. Counteracting this, p WELCOME TO
Oman
i ( persecution, and in the midst of difficulties, look at life auspicious affaIrs. No doubt these the mills have reduced' the week's
ttg-lnte
_ working, hours, so that the em-
S'snation and call it good. distinguished guests were wined
ploye finds very little extra in his'! ;
and
dined and
: which I) :q 1 So for the goodness of life, and for all Thy blessings, during the periods royally they entertained were not pay envelope on Saturday. PRIESrI"Sr
being o
uan we give Thee thanks. Amen. engaged in the serious business of However, In this particular industry 1a
g ,
nlnt t considering the problem of our prospects are bright An "
-- ot
_ first constitution exceptionally heavy demand for Town
t TIlE HISTORY OF TilE DAY Shortly after that memorableand a Toy FH

q i : The story of Thanksgiving Day and its early beginnings these four O -
historic event death and destruction gala days DignitariesFrom .tr, "'"
,Ttter has been repeated so often that we are apt to assume it is swift and terrifying, not only Florida but the natIon OPENING FRIDAY, NOV. 25TH

___ ; :rcrA +, common knowledge and let it go at that. However, realiz- swooped growing community down} upon to this all but gay wipe and are visit expected Port St. to Joe attend.Thosewho on this occasion H Once again the Yuletide season draws near and we are very happy j

that mankind is forgetful and that it endless ,
of ing requires It from the map and even from the will find a royal welcome

swly, t | ? a repetition to impress a subject on the mind of the average,: memory of man. With the growing and be'gloriously entertained, Its 0 to announce that we are ready to serve you with the most beautlU -

ttd mei ; iirlr person, it might be well to reproduce the following article ; commerce that came In ships one event you surely cannot afford ful layout of TOYS and GIFT GOODS that we have ever present-
to miss.
came also !
a the
mighty pestilence
taken from the Titusville Star-Advocate concerning the originof i I!i dreaded yellow' fever. Men sick 0 ed. We invite you to come in and make your selection early. j

_ 4 this observance: unto death staggered ashore, to ,

Thanksgiving Day, as we know it, is a distinctively, meet from them came nearby swams marsh of and mosquitoes low- U BEAUTIFUL DOLLS

American institution, although festivals of similar import I lands to zuzz throughout the city
;+ 4 Snow White 16 inch high ___________________ $2.95
ft1ki' be traced back hundreds of The Hebrew as winged messengers of doom.
may many years. p Ideal "Cuddles" inches
Baby 13'/i high -_______ $1.00"Cuddles"
Feast of the Tabernacles, the Greek Thesmophoria, the Roman their Terror lives stricken citizens fled for o 16 inch high _n_________________ $1.95 M
deserting' their homes,
? ..aii Cerealia and the English Harvest Home all appear to their business and their dead In Lyf-Lyk Baby Dolls __n_______________ $1.00

i i have had something in common with our national holiday. a short time the population of St. r I I 14 inch, all composition dolls ________________ 25c !n ,

Joseph' had dwindled to but a few 21 inch composition limbs, girl doll __________ 50c "
after the first harvest of the in
Immediately Pilgrims
hundred. When the great epidemichad Besides!!! these dolls we have others including
1621 Thanksgiving was first observed in America. Similar passed a few stout hearts re- Betsy Wetsy dolls Princess Beatrix baby

it/ observances were instituted by other colonies-by Massachu turned still hoping that the stricken I o o) dolls Dy-Iee dolls and many others.

setts in 1630, by Connecticut in 1639, and by New Nether- community would regain its loss
and .
again assume leadershipThen
_ lands 1644. the Revolution several B WHEEL GOODS
in During Thanksgiving out of the south came another

*i Days were appointed by the Continental Congress. great disaster. Grey clouds O
,4I You will find
swept over the shuddering skies to our line of wheel goods most complete.It .
i '
__ + President George Washington designated November 2, bring drenching torrential' rains consists of Pedal Cars, Velocipedes, Doll Carriages, i

I 1; y Ir'' 1795 he made a similar designation. President Madison ap- and In their wake the mighty hurricane t I I I Wagons, Wheel Barrows and Scooters, all well made ,

? I 1795 he made a similar designation President Madison appointed Striking the city in all its 11 and popular priced.
fury it made kindling wood of
1 a day of thanksgiving at the close of the War of 1812. docks and buildings leaving little f'9 o

1 Various states observed the day irregularly during succeeding but wreckage in its wake. ASLOw 1 a LADIES GIFTS

but it not until 1861 that the became And so the hopes and dreams'! of o
years, was day a $SI I
;0c.
Florida's city of St. Joseph lay Fancy China and Glassware, hOc 2.;>c >

r ; ; fixed annual event. burled beneath a mass of debris, Hayon Panties ._ __ 2c; and 50tr

4% In that year President Lincoln appointed the fourth and those who might have returned (n a Perfume Sets-advertised brands 23c: 50c SI

_ I f Thursday of November as a day of national Thanksgiving by sought fortune elsewhere as r Electric Toasters __ *lJ J
t a there was nothing to return to, and tl Electric Waffle Irons with cord SI-3'; I
official and the thus set has been followed Genuine Goodyear Speedways o ,
proclamation: example the few who S
remained followingthe $1.00
R'))1 storm deserted the give you long life, safe. a China Dripolators ___ __ 50c and j
by all succeeding Presidents. soon placeto
I performance on wet, slippery o
Washington's original Thanksgiving proclamation is preserved seek more promising fields. For I, roads. Why !gambleon GREETING CARDSIn
a St. but
may years Joseph was a
i in the Library of Congress The precious document hideous ghost town. Weeds took tires little-known? Check our or low off-brand price In boxes 10 lovely cards for lOc or 25; for "-.>e.

was lost for more than 100 years, until it was discovered I possession of its lifeless' streets, on this modern tare. todayt Besides these, a wonderful assortment from I
the buzzard and the bob cat, fox "Lifetime Guarantee." 5 for 5c and up.
c : among some Washington manuscripts being auctioned in and field-mouse froltced about its

iE1 9l New York in 1921, when it was purchased for $300 and restored crumbling masonry Cn NOTICE

it to the government archives. I But the state to which St. 8D With a Ntiuill deposit we Mill Uy awry lout
: seph gave its first ChrlHtnum order.. If you elect your.. eurlj )00< |

o | grew Into a great and mighty .ro-I G.I" GOOO'lUI" II,o will avoid the rush and have a much better" w'lecllon l .

q LOYALTY MONTH[ HAS BEEN A SUCCESS pire and toduy as we approach l\.WUT"ER -I.' .
.
) (Guest "Editorial By Ministerial Alliance) I 100th anniversary of that event we See'tb.. fln. Bull... ......' I r WRAPPINGMATERIAL GAMES _
find a reborn city on the site of U)8 .rulll1 d
The Ministers' Alliance of Starke wishes to .! toualuarse. b r I All America has gone in for
express
r old St. Joseph' that we now know .sltlOD o' t b\tI. o:Ao tuk. .
1 I through these editorial columns, our deepest gratitude for I as Port St Joe. In the last century .., slue1tttA.low .. Tissue\ Rolls in White Red, more games. We are prepared xt..
i d..nll\pro..s I 0 Blue, Green''and )Holly .5c to meet the demand. On our
has
the strong spirit of cooperation with which so many Church I man conquered yellow ..,.t".. I a
Cellophane Rolls all colors counters
_ ( k j fever he has learned to chart and I. ...4 s64 lOc you will find Bingo
? ; people in Starke have greeted our efforts toward a more protect himself against the tropical ....t., I 0 Gift Paper folds __ __ lOc lOc and 25c. All kinds of card + .

1 t 1.I effectual CHURCH LOYALTY. While we have been continually ftorm Again the song of the .. 11 Tags and seals, pkg., 5c, lOc games, Dominoes lOc and 23c

s i' : t' aware that the most compelling loyalty must come hammer and the saw are being Tinsel cords & ribbons 5c, lOc Checkers Bank Roll Target clt

heard in the old landmark Modern Cellophane Ribbons.._ .5c, lOc Games Kro-Kay. Table Ten. ,
f l, ; e from the individual conscience and imagination, we also recognize -. hotels shops and public buildings REGROOVING'' nis and many other interest

ik the important fact that favorable Community sentiment !- have arisen. Great docks and ,,4 ing ones.
warehouses again beckon to foreign Smooth, lira .kill, an i", and a sympathetic press, are factors too valuable to I
shipping and mills eaewaceld.nta B.r unaoth tlmrwmoTwl t
mighty 4 I 0 The line of Men's Gifts is
overlook. and factories belch the smoke of with as AU-W BOMr n..n-.kldt OOl TABLE AND BRIDGE j

I.'. .'. The fact that next Sunday, November 27, is the last coach Industry and skyward.ox-cart Where rumbled ancient over ...d tfflrn, end41..Iii.efW1 / I I early broader and than select ever.His gift.Come in GIFTS.LAMPS MIKE EXCELLENT of Ask Mechanical about our Toys.Big line j

; Sunday in Church Loyalty Month, may also be a circumstancethat j.

serves to challenge all people who have at any time taken smooth winding woods highways roads welcome, now velvet the SPECIAL I [1 Select Your Christmas Gifts Early.. Free Balloons to the Kiddies

themselves the Holy Obligations of Christian Membership truck and car.December ANT FASSINGU ,
upon -
1, 8, 9, and 10 of this p
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t to make every Sunday a Church Loyalty Day. We year, all Florida will Join In cele VAN H. PRIEST COMPANY5c

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urge you to attend your Church Services next Sunday, espec-. brating the 100th anniversary of 69CRegister
if entails sacrifice. the adoption of the IItate'sat
ially attending some i
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constitution and the celebrationwill
The Minister of God does not breathe who
cannot serve i occur at Port St. Joe. Elaborate TO $1.00

the people better when a large number of communicants greet I: preparations are being made

tt 1' him in the Temple, with an attitude that prays, "We thank I j I j I for pagl'nts this event.and every Parades form, historical of enter Motor Co. 4I q I CLYDE PRIEST, Mgr. STARKE, FLA-

God for your ministries." I I I tainment will be crowded Into, Starke, Fla. g '0=0. Joaot.oacot= 'OClO' .0ClO o



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