Bradford County telegraph
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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: August 25, 1939
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
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System ID: UF00027795:02712
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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PE TO MAKE City Election Will Be Dull TENNIS CHANGE' I New ChairmanI "_ I II ARMORY .


the deadline for qualifying two races--a marked contrast to FOR GUARDSMEN

FREE candidates passed Tuesday night, the keen competition right down SUCCESS METHOD

It became evident that Starke's the line that absorbed the Interest -
of voters along about this -
city election of 1939 Fine New Home For
ay Clerk Reviews would be i time twelve months ago. George Mantissa WinsChampionsh ,School Hoard Members
dill and listless affair as com- I P. S. Denmark Headquarters
I qualified in the
Financial ip To Be Voted On
Our pared with the memorable 1938 i race for city marshal opposing A. Company
Structure meelee. I L. Alvarez, veteran of eighteen In Singles At Large

Opposition developed In only years in that position. k |gh Dopes ,If making Starke The highly successful Rotary- Among the many articles con- The armory building which baa
of the 54 tax free clUes In I NO OPPOSITION Three candidates will sponsored County Tennis Tourna- been under construction here since
compete tained in the School Code enact. I "
I United States within ten for two placeson ment now In Its final stage has last December will be finished, by''' I
Were expressed by City the city council: Theyre proved to be a strong stimulantto ed by the recent session of the MI e Wednesday August 30 H, C

Carl) Johns In a talk be- 4 W. 1. Wall, and W. Interest In the game, from the Legislature Is one effecting the I Maxwell, supervisor In charge of

i the Rotary Club recently. ., I Edwards (both Incum- standpoint of both players and election of School Board meVn- the building said yesterday.The .
Johns pointed out many Inter- '- enta) and O. L Beasley, specutora. The area surroundingthe bers In the three member counties beautiful red brick structureIs
L facts about our city and Its AA 'ho has previously serv- courts has been crowded with It was pointed out this week 70 feet wide and 86 feeT long.

|plant and urged cooperation d in this position interested watchers every after- by school officials. I It is of two story steel frame con

''fn citizen and city officials City Clerk Carl Johns. noon during the contest and some Length of the terms served has struction, with asbestos roof, and
rkingward this goal. ow rounding out his remarkably good playing has been Increased from two years to faces west, the main or front entrance -
arke ne said "becauBe ofLning evenlh term In this of- developed among i/itrant!! who four years effective with the 19- I L. J.. Conner prominent Brad- 1 being on Road 13. The

the City Light andr ice is unopposed. never took the game seriously be- 40 elections with one exception ford County farmer and chairmanof ,! building la located across the

| Plant i is not only In a for- i i Also without opposition fore.After A "dodge system." which Is the the Board of County Commis- highway from the Bradford County -
L position but Is In a class i Dr. W. E. Middleton, brushing aside all opposition name given to the practice, for sinners who was recently elected High School on the corner at

12,075 other progressive cities Iso a veteran of five T. K. :McClane, Jr., and so spacing the expiration dates of chairman of the local committeeIn :, the intersection of Temple Avenue-
'ghoul the United States arms at different Inter- George Manassa reached finals In the officials commissions that all charge of the State Fal'men'Market 'and Ninth Street

ii I own and operate their city als in this position. the senior division!! last Friday aft will not reach the end of their here. I Of the total $27,000 cost $8.-

; plants ; Candidates elected_ _next_____ ernoon. Manassa eliminated Mc- term of office at the same time, I COO was the sponsors share, consisting -
n Clane by the score of 6-3, 6-1. 62. will be put into operation. Next of $2,500 contributed by
continued "Our city-owned MIDULETOV JOHN'S) month to the offices of MERCHANTSTO I
Is the main Income pro- I city clerk and city mar. In reaching the final stage Mc-, year the board member elected !I the City of Starke $2.500 by
Clane had beaten Garland Godwin from District 2 will be elected Bradford and
for County, $1,500 by
tr, and Its profits are used to ehal will not have to run again
6-3 7-5 and E. K. Perryman 4 LIST I ,
city officials meet city ob- ''In 1940. The last legislaturemade years, while the members from the Florida National Guard Labor -
EASY WAY two-year terms effective 6-3. 61. Manassa had defeated Districts 1 and 3 will serve only wan furnished by the W P. A.,

lions TO CATCH COONS tor these positions. Buddy Bishop 6-1, 6-0 and Charles two years but thereafter all will ,I -fortunately, at a tlmo when
Flnunclnl ComlHion i It U expected that voting on Darby 6-4, 6-3. be elected for four year terms. CREDIT RATING I Ia majority of workers are being
urine; 'the past ten years Dr. W. B. Parks has found anew I September'; 12 will be lightprobably N. T. Ritch breezed through This method will always Insureone discharged !In accordance with theI
it has paid up around $75,- j I good field to off the junior "
and highly efficient to carry or two holdover members on -- I recent 18 months" ruling -work
debts large- way not more than 25 percent of I ,
of outstanding hunt coons. i the 644 who cast ballots last year championship. After eliminating the board as the term of the district First Report To Be ; la practically completed. Tuesday -
There |
are '
plant eiunings. Bobby Biggs and Emmet Perry- 2 representative will expire 25 of the 41 men employed on
tie time outstandingto "Why lose good hours of sleep when the municipal light plantI Issued Next
present I man, he took the measure of when the terms of the other two the project were laid off and 9
to the amount of $70,000.00 by chasing' 'em through the woods was Injected into the campaign George Flynn, Jr. In the finals. members are only half completed Week of the remaining 19 men will be
when 'all have to do is to as political Issue.TRUSTEES,
I If conditions do not force our you j a Doubles In both divisions have and vice versa.Members t cut off within ten days, it was
1 Into some unexpected de- I plant a grape vine and have them" been completed also with Judge will be nominated In Business and professional: men stated. Five veterans. working

[meat our present officials I come right to your own yard he Perryman and George Manassa the primaries by the respective of Stiirke united almost 100 per the armory will remain on the Job *.

the city will be out'of debt says.Dr. SET winning the championship In a districts, as in the past, but In cent strong this week In the for- together with five other W, P. A.
h than ten years. Parks reached thin conclusion hard-fought set match that lasted the November General election mation of a Retail Merchants employees.Tour.
jvt present bond maturities In the following way: four hours. The defeated Mc- Credit Association. Work will
THREE CENT nominees must.run county wide of the Building
[interest payments are the He Is now staying at his sum- Clane and Darby 916., 8-6 their names appearing on the bal begin Immediately on compilingdata As the visitor ascends the spacious -
tat items In fixed charges that i mer home on Kingsley Lake. On I 97. lots In all precincts. Formallythe from which the credit ratingof I cement steps in the center and
en our city. If we can onceree Thursday night of last week his COOKING RATE George Flynn paired with Bobby name of the school board nomInee consumers In this trade area at the west and front of the
of debt and then pay as ,i dog, Blackie, began raising an Biggs to win thf junior doubles appeared only on the ballotsIn may be computed. building and enters double wooden -
0, our present plant will careU I 1! awful rumpus out In the yardI trophy by eliminating Jack Halle the precincts of his district. Merchants who are members of doors with their antique Iron

operating expenses of the I i I I under a grape arbor. Dr. Parks Make and N. T. Ritch 6-4, 6-8, 7-5 61. --. the association will be furnished hinges, the large hall running the
thus making Starke as a got his gun and went out to see Concessions Play In the ladles singles start u semi-monthly listing of bad entire length of the lower storyIs
(tax free I(I what the fuss was all about. He For Electric Range ed Monday with several first Begins TravelingBradford credit risks. The material will reached. Immediately Inside

l III a simple caseof'not-I I spotted one 'coon",, shot ,It out of Users round matches*'being run off, County will be repre- be used by th.' merchants as a the doors and on both left and
present! net profit from the I','the arbor; and went on back to Nina Bishop beat Freddie Wim- sented at the biennial conventionof basis upon whlrh to advance or right are broad stairs leading up
about $90000 mo'nth' the house. + berly 6-0 6-0. Mlna Manansa eli- the Lambda Chi Alpha Frater- withhold credit.
to the
per ![ I A cooking rate of three cents largest room In Stllrkthe (!- "-
gthe amount available for pay- Blackie kept on barking however minated Ruth Sternberg 6-1, 6-1. nity In San Francisco Cal.! Au- The first report of the association armory's drill hall. This
> of city operating expenses i!'I' and when Dr. Parks went per kilowatt net (no discount), Dot Bishop beat Lillian Sternberg gust 20 to September 1, by Bill will be issued! around Tuesday room comprises the entire second
in is around $700.00. The back to the arbor he found that was announced by the City Bond 7-5 6-3. Nina Bishop beat Marjorie Walnwrlght of Lawtey who Is of next week. story of the armory, is 70 feet
:ng IB evident. I(i he had overlooked three more Trustees following their meeting Stump 6-3 6-0; and Ruby row serving as national traveling'I "_ wide 80 feet long and has no
coons who were up In the vine Johns defeated Evelyn Stump 6-4, secretary of this organization. '
Is ax-free' achievement Is here Monday night. This Is the CEMETERYFUND supporting columns on the floor.
|{only desirable but it is pos-| stuffing his grapes away. He lowest rate ever offered here for 63. In the last first round After the convention, Mr. Wainwright The roof of the building is BUS
!1, bagged all three of them. also. match Marjorie Stump and Lois will begin chapter visitation SWELLSThe
We have In the United this type of service and It Is talned by a frame of massive
1 I A few nights later Blackie who Adkins were all square each hav- at U. C. L. A and will work 1 I I
today 54 cities that are hoped that the move will encourage drive for funds to re-fence steel girders electrically welded
should raise In for ing won a set when Miss Adkins throughout the West for the
get a wages remainder ''
Installation of electric Into one solid piece of metal.
|lutely tax-free. The city-,' more defaulted. and clean Crosby Lake Cemetery I
d I putting in so much overtime setup In Starke. of the year. The walls of wood are stained
plant profit meets all ranges
pay- got down to serious business this]
Semi-finals with' Dot Bishop ,
another howl. Thin time Dr. -- 1
requirements and the cities I The rate to of '' a natural color as! Is the sanded
new applies only her sister week with the appointment a'
meeting Nina I
Parks found his arbor playing '1;
not Musical Program I floor. The room Is lighted and
[ only solvent but many electricty used for cooking and II Mlna Manassa committee to solicit contributions
I playing Ruby
host to three fat
a nubstantlal cash surplus possums. special meter must be installed for Johns, aft- Rotarians were entertained from local lot owners Miss ventilated by 2ft huge window,
some of which Is loaned I So can you blame him when he The were played yesterday each having 20 panes, and for 'II 19
jmt "Don't waste your time this purpose. homeowner ernoon, too late for scores to be Wednesday by a musical program Amelia Ray, secretary of the
t Interest and addlI says" lettel'sl lumlnatlon at nluht there are' 24ceiling
returns all
provide necessary wiring drive has agreed to write
included In this of
report. numbers
prowling around the woods. Just consisting piano by
|I Income and for the flood lamps, using 200-
etc. a place meter. Miss out-of-town people who might
Marjorie and Miss
plant a
'e Idea of tax-free cities Is a grape The city will require a $10 deposit Food Sale Agnes Whittemore of Dradenton. be Interested In the movement. watt Incandescent bulbs. At the

'tag one and each year finds on the meter. A minimumrate A Food Sale, sponsored by the i Miss Whittemore chose a medlyof Mrs. R. G. Kidd has volunteeredto went end of the room betweenthe

j names added to the present I' TREES TAGGED of $3 per month will be Citizenship committee, Mrs, T, T, popular favorites, while Mis head a committee for the soil" two stairs wells Is a low stage

There are at this time 25 AT PARK charged. Long chairman of the Woman's Stump Interpreted, a concert arrangement citation of funds locally. She,|r for use by speakers, musician;
which hope to qualify for Under the new rate 200 kilo- I Club will be held Saturday begin- of "Deep Purple." T. will be assisted by Miss Evelyn and for other1 occasions! It U a

before another year. i Steak frys and night bathing watts used for cooking will cost ning at 9.00: o'clock In the old 1 K.: McClane, Jr., gave a report on Stump. I I platform only with no curtain
>tarke hall some distance to parties are becoming popular $6 as compared with $11.52, the bank building next to C. H. Nas- the successful tennis!! tournament A total of $49 has already been stage lights or other fixtures
fore Oils happy day. How- I Gold Head Branch state park according lowest rate that had been previ- worthys store Cakes pies,. cookies which was sponsored by the Ro- actually contributed and there'j however. For the small 20-man
the jfflclais are definitely to L, R. Bodle, foreman. ously offered by the city and candy will be for sale. I tary Club. have been promises of assistance I Headquarters Company this floor
ng to< this objective and they I Charcoal for use In the four I from many others. Those who', will be as effective a drill field

t th support of all the peo- fireplaces at the main picnic have made donations so far are: as a parade ground.
o help reach this goal." I shelter and In the smaller char- Mrs. Emma D, llullcy, ...hllildelphla Rooms \\'erliiiin\ About Free Service coal pots Is provided without cost Progress Of Library Described) Pa., $10; Mrs. A. M. Petllt /i Returning to the lower hallway

ere ar HOme matters that to the visitors. And almost every Gainesville $5; Mr and Mrs. W.fff the next of the armorv'a total
heln in mind by all who night for the past several weeks H. Nollman Sebrlng $10; Char- 'f thirteen rooms to be Inspected Is
aid: II the park has been the scene of Mrs. H. H. Young, librarian, toward its upkeep both In books enjoy them for a fee of ten cent. lee Beualey, Winter Haven $2; ''on the left; the large comfortableI

'b n vci an additional street steak suppers. I this week issued the following and supplies, and the City Council Patrons have co-operated beautifully .. John Uglow $5, "A Friend" $.1; I commanding officers quarters, and
l It aiicieo( to the present layat The sandy beach Is well lighted statement the occasion being the helped with the Librarian's salary and have demonstrated thai t t Carl Johns $5; Mrs S. F. Morgan I next (still on the left) the majors

means an additional bur- at night by several floodlights at I fourth anniversary of the Public when it was not receiving W. P. they are willing to do their part $2; Mrs. J. W White $2; H. M. quarters third the orderlies room
the plant' operating expense vantage points near the bathhouse A. help During the past four toward keeping new books In the, McRa $1; George White $2. I' fourth the clam and club room
?00 pel) month or $36.00 per and the diving boards and floats I II Library of Starke: months the County Commissioners Library UB the twelve books donated ----.. ... -- -- and fifth and last on the left of
Thi, would remove the prom I,I are bathed In their white glow. I "On July IS, 1935 the public and the City Council have glv- I have Increased! to 360(]t 4 TOWNSENDITES I Ithe hall IB the supply room, which
'IDOUI two average con- i'I Two of the largest night bathing library was opened, and as it en the combined sum of $15 per books; 184 still remaining on Rental I ''i. the largest room downstairs.It .
'rs'I"ounts. One could parties were held last week by the ,I II has Just rounded out four yearsof month aa a salary for the libra- Shelf with $111.69 paid thereon FILL POSTS has steel barred windows 'and

compute how many addillI -I,I Gainesville post, Veterans of Foreign I service it may be Interesting to rian. while 176 books have been I'il' will be lined with shelves will
mpe would absorb!;>> all plant' Wars and the Christian Endeavor :1 review Its beginning and progress "While on the subject of finan- taken off Rental Shelf and placedon State Senator Charley K.; Johns ., have a work bench and will have
|I society of the Gainesville ,| at this time. ces. I take this opportunity to the open shelf for all to enjoy il was elected vice-president of the racks and shelves placed In rows

N is only one of the places 1 I Presbyterian church who also had 'r "Our Accession book shows not gratefully acknowledge twentyfive tree of charge Is this not good ', Starke Townsend Club Monday ,on the floor. The supply room has
free service Is called for. picnics. Lifeguards at thif beach only the number of books received dollars donated by some unnamed business? Can you vision the per- i night during the regular meeting a large sliding door at the load-
Plant is at the present time are Billy Blrthlsel and Bruner I into the Library but this record I Individual interested In the petual growth of this endleMS,' 'IIn the courthouse MHS! Georgia i iI | Ing entrance on the north aide

ring 5000 K. W. H. noiu. Baker. shows the Author, Title Volume I Library and trust the generous chain of books and not realize thatIt 'I I Catherine Haynes was elected sec- I j!I Going once more to the front
r lit service per month and Several hundred visitors were at.,I Publisher, Copywrlght. Source I person may read this and know' will pay to keep this Libraryopen j retary-treasurer of the organIzaI I|r entrance and this time Inspecting
II about 10 per cent of all the park Sunday and in additionto Cost etc. of each book. (Like all the gift was appreciated."We uninterruptedly, and that we tlon and succeeds Mrs. Henry 1 i I rooms on the right of the hall,
city Produced by the enjoying picnics and swimming I! public records this book may be have Issued during the will eventually have somethingthat ,I Fifer In this Important post Both the office of the communications
dudes street lights plant.4,000 parties they Inspected the area I( consulted by anyone Interested). years over 1,000 borrowers' cards. will be a credit to all of ua7 of the new club officers are well I officers will be found first. Second -
&tt, shows that "Periodically the W P. A. has known residents of Starke. and Is a section room third the
1 P i!' month traffic where the first four of 14 three- The Accession book I This does not mean that all of
light r helped this Library and do no Senator Johns' efforts In behalfof ladles rest room fourth the kitchen -
"Olllan's club 23, the room cabins are under construc- we have 2914 volumes or an aver- these are active today. .s we may I
city hall 50, five chsnrcbes plant tion. age per year of 728 1-2. If this have had deaths and removals but j again. If so, two workers can be the old age pension duringthe : with a sink and special entrance -

DC rooms 20 and WPA This week Claude DeVane County I ratio can continue, It may be possible it does chow the number of Interested -I kept busy. In fact, the books recent legislature achieved I I fifth another section room
.a eo The plant should not forester of Hillsborough County for us to boast of seven thou- readers throughout the should be catalogued and w"r are state-wide fame. I I. and sixth the dressing room. The I I
: ready to do this work the ------ -- dressing room will be lined all
this as
Petted to give free placed tags on the 76 species rand: volumes when Library County. ,
ThE lm should be service to let i\tof trees, shrubs and vines growingon becomes ten years of age. Per- "During the four year. $10&38''!' State Librarian has generously offered Kerry Acreage j i the way around with individual
ream' pay for what they'iV : the nature trail in the ravine, i sonally. I believe It will do better has been collected In fines and to come to Starke this. Indication are that strawberry lockers. And last on the right Is F
"", i The species than that. ( month and direct the work or at acreage this year will fall far I j the men's room and showers The
Is which Is 70 feet deep. with this 129 books have
| ; c W' only fair; If Identified and labeled as a "The nucleus around which the money least, get us properly started. short of last season's, record plant-'I floor under the showers Is of Unfinished
a been of 82c
chance were purchased an
1:f. an; make to reduce convenience to nature lover | Library has grown was 150 volumes i took average "May the changing years b4t Ing of between 900 and 1000'' concrete to prevent .llp.
1',"' -iumerLpJ. the lot easier MJlrs ---_.-- owned by The Woman's i per i: magnanimous of our shortcomingsof acres, although It Is still too early;' ping, Facilities for both hot and
J Named Club plus 900 books from the "Our rental shelf will not be things left undone! May they to give a definite estimate. Some cold water are provided. ..
.," 'Caolutely no basis Davis I private Library of the late Harry four years old until February, as believe we too had a vision, a growers will continue to set j The assignment of (he officers '
3 r has been appointed ;
Ptfr. ; the receiving' free Mrs. L. A. Davis chair- Hubbell Young. I this vision did not appear until conceiving Imagination and a plants until v.elt Into the early quarters and section rooms above \
L County
mutter: city-owned plant. Bradford State-wide "The Woman's Club has not on- | Christmas 1936 when Club members planning purpose; an alert interest fall. Many have been taking ad-i Is only tentative and a new ar- \
f a ? Which should reHrm -I man of the Florida She ly housed this Library during Its and friend were asked to In the world of men and the vantage of recent rains .and some |I rangement may b* decided upon. I
'Jf r W stop; especially InIre9ueetss Public Health Committee.Robin tour years of existence but had donate their holiday books as soon desire to serve each of them." I have complained that too much, The kitchen will serve as a section ,
r Plant I succeeds the Rev Frank adjustable shelves built In for as they bad read them so there Respectfully submitted. moisture has damaged their plant- I i room when not In use for :. I
't the is in very good son. John P. Ingle of Jackeon-I) books. The County Commissioners were twelve books given for the Jeannette Young. I ingo. Good plants are very scarce > cooking as there are four sec- .I'

'I1tJJUt\1: present time and we ville Is state chairman and School Board have given ,, purpose of permitting others to I Librarian. now In this part of the country. I (Continued from Page Ones L
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I! tice I mibllKhed once a week for order bo published! once a week fnrMaur
heretofore bllnll
I flh-d HRtue In office and him -i 1"' parts ,
GRAHAM 1'eplNdcNx. Tuwnshlp 8 four COIIM-I utlve weeks In the consecutive weeks In the !h'adl'.ni, .
TO WHOM IT MAY'UNr'ERN- made, application for a tax deed ti. .1\\ ii 21 '
Telegraph, a Bradford County Tete raDh. a news
My bird. I. C. Smith Notice Is hereby given to all bx i I InNuod thereon. Said certificate South, Range 28 KBM', containing85 I Bradford County of general circulation, I paper published In said County andThis l 11M Oll1h, ,r .Id
creditors andlalmanU of the embraces the following detu-rlbed Acres, more m r leas.The newspaper In Bradford County, l tal e. pI '"11'.1.I ,Vlilhupl ., I
estate of Sarah Frances Hamrlck.dnooasud I property In the County of Bradford as"e..smiit of the *al Mr. and Mra. Percy Jones, Mr that you are to file your State of {Florida to-w/t/ : under the nald certificate Issued Florida official (OFFICIAL SEALA, J. Thomas Law' "I I .
with the Hon. E. Northwest Quarter or rfurthwest of 'Y. F. Mott. WITNESS my hamt and l iI.1 01
and claim or claims, wax In the name Circuit Court. I?
and Mrs. Randolph Reynolds, K. 1'nr r Y man County Judge the !,darter Except West 10 Acres & Unless xald certificate Hha.ll he seal thin 2nd day of August, A. 1> U39. ', .
Mrs. Debbie Hull were visiting Name belnw duly xworn to un or .w....! Half of Northeast Quarter redeemed affording: to law the By J. n. Kelly Deputy Clerk.Jan. I 'I 1 II'' '. tlu"
the before eight month from tjle first of Northwest Quarter Section 86Townxhfp property dem-rllied therein will beHold (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas.ot. N Pealer, ::13 Main St., Jacksonville Ph'Nl'I'?I I I" II I ,.",,'
friends and relatives over publication of thin notice or the 8 (SouIh. Hanffe 22 East, to the hlithest. bidder at the Clerk Circuit Court County Florida, Solicitor for Com 1 l'a"llIwlI'" I I n," .
week-end. MUme will/ be barred by Statute ofLimitations containing SO Ac-res, more or 1",,". court house dour, on the first Monday Bradford State of Florida. plainant. 8-ll 4t 9-1. ,,I., 'It
Mrs J. A. Graves i IK visiting hereon : also ;pay ail debts owing The assessment of the said property In the month of September.. o-f 4t 8-d0 I 8-11 -.1 '. I I
estate to under"lgneil. under the Bald certificate Issu- 1939, which In the /th day of Sep: IV TIIW !N MH OK TIIK STATI1! '- -. __ Sup
and daughter-in-law, Mr. and This August h, 1 39.Nelle crt wan In tho name of Mary B. tember. 1939. iv nnrriT c-oruT. KIOHTII OK FMWIM I" "'111': I'Ot
Mrs T. A. Graves In Richmond, H. Nollman Executrix. Malone Dated thin 3rd day of August "I'IU'I\I OIIK-HT. iiuAi>Konn Thomas W. Long, an Director of J1h/:1 I. 1111 liT liP rllil c
8-4 4t 8-80 Unless Haiti 1 certificate shall be 1939. ( : g TTM OK KI.OHIIJA. State Beverage Department o f "' I""WOlin I
Virginia. redeemed according to law. theproperty OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas 'ill'Cw CHANCERY.Dorthea Florida.Notice. IN 1LF.t1U1 1'11a81t1saT'.1'I'h .
\OTI4-K OK A..r'.I'I FOIl described therein will be Clerk of Circuit Court of Bradford Is hereby. given that on
to L. Tucker, a minor
returned :
Mrs. L. C. Smith : TAX IIF.KMKrnste .. lIold to the hlirhetit bidder at the County Florida.- S-4 fit 9-1 by Alfred E. Knight, her next July 19th 1939. one 1935 Ford Model :; "I ,I.derrnflrd I. Rl'yPNotlcr
after spending ( Illll N< > court house door the four door sedan automobile
her home Sunday on first Mon friend. 48. FIYAL
OIVKN.That .
South Florida. IS HEREBY day In the month of September, rocnT OF TUB Complainant, engine No. 1886798. with accessories II. OTICII
several weeks In O. L. Underhill holder of Tax IN THR ciitrrrr r ["
19S9 which Is Starke
the 4th seized at Bradford 611"
day of Sep was underxl
('UIC'IIT IVAM \ Ve.Lynwood u.'d II
2nd. ,
Certificate No. 1(12( Issued the lOKillTII J11/1111. "
Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Rogers of day of August. A. U. I 1937, has riledname tember. 1939. > FOIl lilt tl>KOHI 'OI.\TV' Cl Tucker, Jr.Defendant County Florida, tor violation ofSPr'tion IheUrN \ /I''. tOdIIrI[ .
Doted thin/ 8rd and 11 d of ? I "
announcing In office and ban made day of August, KI.OKIUA. I'> CHfRItY.IN : 9 (c) ( ) Chapter ,,,, ",,"'I I' .
Winter Garden are my 111311. 19301 Acts of 1939 Laws of Florida Hrudforet '., 'r 1
affidavit appended ,
application for a lax deed to ba TICK NAME OF THE STATE It appearing by I '',", ,
i the birth of a baby girl, Carolyn 'IsMued thereon. Said certificate embraced Clerk(OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas OF FLORIDA: to the bill filed In the above- same being the Beverage Act of return .1't ,,", .,;; ,I udtljt"
of circuit Court of Bradford Lynwood O. IliaAny: \ person claiming an Interxxt AdmlnlHtiuii.i., i'w.
born July 25. Mrs. Rog the following described JOHN M. ASKO. stated cause that ,, ,
Lodell County Florida. 8-4 5t 9-1 Fourth Street In said property must appear onus dc "ttxn'.,.
property/ the County of Plaintiff. Tucker Jr., of 4J H t ,, \; ,,. '
ers will be remembered as Miss ford State of Florida to-wit:Brad-j .' -VIIi Wilson Pennsylvania, the defendant at the office of the Director of the of 11. 8 Uuih' | '' Ie 1ratd j
NOT. .) APPLICATION nonresident State Beverage Department of the said 1 "
Smith. Southeast Quarter of : FOB EASTlill DOUO1IEN ASKO s therein named Is a time Ilr i a .
Kra Quarter Section 7 Townsnip 9 TAX IU':IoU i Defendant.TO of the Slate of Florida and a State of Florida at Tallaha..e.o'iorida application. ,, li-'lad 'h...
We are very sorry to report South. Flange 22 East, containing; I fennte- mil *... tou/jthen Asko. defend. resident of Wilson, Pennsylvania } and file claim and !Surety:: a final s, I, ,. ,,", .' 'r dh4ut
Is seriously 40 acres, more or lenn.The NOTICM IS HKKEBV GIVEN ant In the above styled rauxe.Yau over the age of twenty-one years: bond as provided by !Section:: 18 (e) Miration 01, ?,rI, ,I'? ,,>'f
that Mrs. William Thomas assessment. of the said property I That W. Henry Andrews holder oi are hereby notified that a It !la therefore, ordered that said' Chapter 19301 of the Acta of 1939 order dl8ihti.fiB'mlnlstrato ( |, tad
111 at this writing. We wish under the said certificate Issued Tax Certificate No. 17B, lssu d the certain suit/ In chancery has been non-resident defendant be and III within thirty days from the dateof Re4ttHOl
was In the name of C. J. Qulna. 2nd Ilea day of August A. D. 1837. had filed airalnst you In the Court aforesaid hereby required to appear to the the first publication, otherwise nexo de Bon,, \I ,
her a speedy recovery. Unless said certificate shall be [ name In my office and has and you arc further notified bill of complaint filed In said cause. the property will be disposed of ACcording l)ate Mrs. A. E. Ward was visiting redeemed according to law, the rlxxuerl (' ono Bn tax deed to to appear, anxwxr or file other defensive on or before Monday the 4th., day to law. Youare further D. 1839.Signedi. dot
property described therein will beHold certificate pleading-. In said cause on of September, A. D. 1939. otherwise notified that If no claim Is made ( "H
Mrs. Henry Isles of Waldo Sun to the hlghextthidder at the embrace the following described or before the I Rule Day In Sep the allegations of said bill will lie within the time provided by law, As Admin WI''
court house door on the first Monday property In the County of Brad. tember the Humbelnff" I the 4th day taken as confessed by said defend- i said property with. accessories will Annexe dt I') r"
day In the month of October, 1939, ford State of Florida to-wlt; of xalrt' month. A. l>. 1939. ant. be sold at public auction to the of U. Sill lilt!
A which In the 2nd., day of October Northeast Quarter of Northwest IT IS OUDEHEU that thin no it l III further ordered that thl highest bidder for rash at the 8-11 9tp) I i txl,,

PINE LEVEL 1939.Dated, thin 17th day of August ,!

Ity \lr... II. M. IMcRue 939. I
Clark l of Circuit! Court of Bradford''
Elder W. E. Hall filled his reg- County, Florida. 8-18 6t 9-15

U'ir. appointment at Pine Level NOTlrlo) OF APPLICATION KOItIA II "

li it week-end. I 'X" ItlOKItMenntr >> "KEEP Your Credit GOOD!

Mr and Mrs. R. V. Alvarez I ( ) IS Illll HEKEHY( Ye.le31NOTICL GIVEN I'

t. ve moved Into their new home. That Oeo. A. Oardlner holder ofTnx ,
welcome them Certificate No. Issued the'Ath ':'
1 iteir friends : 'M'n
many day of August A. 11)29, boatIIrA I ,
buck here again } same In my office and has |
Mr and Mrs. G. H. Alvarez and made application for a tax deed to'' I
bo Issued thereon Hnld certificate I M,
visiting relatives at embraces the dexrrlbedpropxrty ;r iir! pnl1; th isnilh.pqptrIT.nrnpp: ; ; :( .' : ?.fi'y"! '
baby were following Ai"'i! .
%! 'ti: ; ,
: ,; ;;; ii ;; ; : : !fiiiiHli ? ; Iwyi: .; .aNi
I In the County of Brad- : '" l'n '
P Tuesday. cr :.t :ialaiiip.: Fl'it; Silk: : : uiiL! ; ., } i
Hollbronn Springs ; ; ; ;;; ; l ll..
ford State of Florida, to-wlt: I ,,ah,. iil! : l lab :',.iiii ciiii alii, tii k' .; :, ; ikirl!: Ilriiigj, Iji.; ; ;; ;h.qhji: :; .,,I,;;,,p 1I
to report that Mrs. I ; I ..,, : !:!:!: Sill ; ; r.r ,:at, ,:! .? : c
We are glad North Half of Illk 45, Livingston, f ; ;!; ; ; :;! ; ;,; :; ? r ,; ; ; ; ; rgll ;
__ ____ ___ _.
"j >tr t1flTT'T'Tr 1l MIHMI>'t't't'tvf'ftflfH
Trul & Co's Sub l>lv. of j -
> NE'kof
y / '
after '
V A. Browning Improving NISVi Section 2H Township HIHfiuth 1 iiji! ? lit! i itiiciiiiii! ; iiili l,:I l,.ill. .:;:Ir>;.:.:.r::sl o-;l,;'t :lala eo-a: :!:,ti' :: t ; ::! ': ; ":;.%,?:r,1;,' ilr,;yt'.?f: ,.!:; > ' several days illness. Range 22 East. I I a ''' ' '' vh
' of Starke The nHsesxment of the said propI I ,: ; llc:6i% !ir! iiii.! ':!IO; i: !% '" 'ijiiii iirjii! : ii'1, (,i Ihl >'
! Miss Doris Goodge arty under Hie said certificate Issued ; \ ,- '; al.. iii. !iiii!. lltll .;t'iIll
''j spent Saturday night with MissOdeRsll wan In the name of l. (1. pig-i I

McRae. ford.Unless said certificate shall be I |' F. t i i,a iiii.it.. lt ; li..t: .j, '' ''ti n+..i i ,.
!li .t.
I Marvin Uennett of Rising I was redeemed according to law the | i r' iii tll:yl aU';. r'% I i i i I:,'', .l.,, z i ,, l:,; # ,,#tj :I'j,,, r ;
II property described. therein will be Isold ? ,: .. % I k h
and Mrs. '' 'ilr 1 : 1
a recent guest of Mr. ':(% ., ,: .T
I ,
to the highest bidder at the ) ,: 1.11 .r i ,..r' ,
II. M. McRae. court house dour on the tlrst Monday '!i'i' ., ii iiii Ui'r' 1 I'r ', ii,,, e.M, I ':'I..t.. t J: h
G W. Boon of Sampson City In the month of October l l)31t! t lilio aai c fa i:' itilii: i r ,r r: : ,J,,. i t F.L.,,,xt ;: ri
I which Is the Id., day of .!iii I+ ill: n. iiisii: r. .: Y ', 'fk rr. r l l. .
.a ll ,.tl. :
visiting Mr. and Mrs. W. O. 1939. U'lob"1 % l a.%. I r st :,x if l I. i' t, ',' h.:, t.x .
waa lal: I I' rhl' .1 s
I'' : I !r 9i .
I ,
r ; .
I Hated this ''I :%iii ''ii i t I 'i ;i i I !i:%>:.i'rl ,I, ;;:,
Jackson Tuesday. j 17th day of August, Sit'' ij.llrl I''i' '.r ,:.;'till' ; ,x .I(i I ll I I>+'r I 1 ,,r r i I. ; ; ; '
r I :
T N' :
: i / r :4 ) t. .
1 1939. ; : I' r 1 y x l a. .j t l : I I 1,
I : / I : t. I I ,:.'I ; la
Mrs. J. D. Dobbs and : lib. I I I, > 1 : ? x I;',} 'll;,. i lil ; h /
Mr and ( OI"Io'IC'IIilEAl. ) A. 3. Thomas 1 i r ; / : %,l : .,r' I t 1 ,..,: I .
children l of Jasper spent the (Clerk of circuit Court of Bradford I \ "ii i il. iii i all. %i I": I' r ?'i sl b' r.., r !h h a :i.i rl .'. :!.,p.,:is.L iltl'.1'
week-I r oust Y. Florida.1 tl-18 5t 9-160'1'11'1.7 .;j::: : :'I:N.' ii, ,I ?F: '' ,:h. r! >f>'t.. 'i ri::%t r?{1.# :%IF'%. :/ I.c I IP.. l a ,S.)a h..h,
end with Mr. and Mrs. B. ------ iiiiiii' l hr t / : ilYl' 1., rl
.7 iii ji' I 1 1 1 h A.: %.,, I 'I,, li I.k
/, iiiii i h '
\ OK I'I'I.If''I'I I.'on all } h .,
Iliie. i' iii i i'', 1'r .7'I .r 1: til I r''i.,{l Pr h;.f.p .
'1'1111'>> :PII 1'' is I 3 .I. ii laa'i: :',' I t ,
.. I t i:% 'F, l r a 1.I .I r 1' / I:.V. !:i t'1 i I I'ia .13i'I ..1% 'rii: :
of .
Grady Starling and family < ennle Illll > .llll) ,'

Monliic. Ga., are spending a few NOTICI-J IS I IIIOKKIIY I OIVKN I I a:::iii t I. .I// l r .j' i j ,s. ) .n:.',
That A. O. Ludwig holder of Tnxl ij! iii! 1 ;:; :fin.a ,i I h.: / : ./ ht. I I r I s ..t 1 : .:,: :,,
duys here with Mr. and Mrs. B. Certificate, No. 1(17, Issued. the 7th ''sill !li. ''lr:% ', al'll'' f i %.: : .::, r,.i ,,,I,I,/.,,,. i .i //1'". I,,la l //I':' :':%i%>l I
day of September. A. l 11. 1 1D3x has' : I d r.Ili r. .h; t
J Starling filed same In my office and iii : iiii iji ; hl .;: .: j i.r : a s q.;

Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Cone had asdinner made application for a tax deed h"// ill Sill! ""ill ,# / 1 :,r hi 6r ; : I+. ?;a:!: ,l, : rdlai! I I I
i ,
be .
Issued the .
Kid. W. E. r rm. Nell I I crrtl I tl r :+r .l il .
guests Sunday embraces the described'property :
following .
Hall J. D. Bowers and H. M. Me- In the County nf HruU- i t iir :1 1. ''ta:) :iii r:.:lr: ;r: :;i .ii ii:; :''ill F rl F ,
: ,
ford, State of Florida, to-wlt: ; ;r:;i 1,
Ilou. Kant. Half of Smith went Quarter I Jl '}i1'
Miss' Letty Bowers of Boat- Section 12 Township g Houth, iiii !iii i'
llunife 22 Kast: containing 80 I
drain was a dinner guest of Mr. mnre or teen Ac'eH'j i,

and Mrs. B. M. McRae Sunday. The assessment. of the said prop '' JEit
erty under I the i'Y'
said certificate Issu- G
Mrs Alice Oliver returned home iii i ,.
1',1 l was In the name of Salvation ;!. d
Sunday after spending a week In Army '
Unless; said certificate
Jacksonville with relatives. She redeemed according to law shall the he ),, ? jji iij! ,al iFiiii: : ''iii(i't,

was accompanied home by Mr. property described therein will be

and Mrs Raymond Oliver and sold court In house the door highest on the bidder first at Mon! the I iiyaiiE! :' ,

brother, Walter Oliver, who were day In the month of October, lt>3!>, ;atii.: :; :: ii ;efi
which Is' the 2nd., dny of o<'! i ;j; '
dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs J. 191.I : i

L. Underbill. 'bated this ITth day of obel'// 'l I !l! .,
I 10:19.: t : ,
hire J. K. Brown and daughter- 'lOFFlCIAL: HKAL) A. 1. Thon1l'. I! ; ;iii, !!;; ; II P1

In-law. Mrs. Gilbert Brown, And I Clerk of 1'1I''ult'ulIl'l of Bradford, i!! ll ,::1 : r9
County, Florida.
little son and Buddy Oliver all of s-18 6t 11-15 ,

SumpHon City were visiting Mr. OTIC'M/ OK APIM.IffriOV KOIl i I iiii jij r ri .1
'r % \ UI'U:
and Mrs. J T. Underhill Sunday. (senate Illll .%... Inll: I !! !
Mrs. F. M. White of Jacksonville NOTICM IS II I':It "':IIY OIVKN, i
That Lyman U. peel holder of Tax r
and Mrs. K. R. Bowers of
Certificate No. 216, IsHiiecl the and.,
Btnrko were dinner guests of 11.I I I I day of August A. 1) 1987, hex filed t i iii; ,IFtlr
; :
,, siiine. In my office. and has made i ,
M McRae Sunday. I I I application. for a tax deed to be ; ii'tiii' 'I'
Mr and Mrs. I). M. McRae and Issued thereon. Said certificate ; ; / w r
I I embraces the following described''
son Murray, of Orlando are property In the
County' of Brad
: :
spending a few days here with re-I ford, State of Florida: : to-wlt: '
North 25 Acres uf \Vest. Three- I
latives. Qiiarters of Nurlh Half nf North (

Miss Doris Goodge and Miss east Quarter. R"ctlon.t Township I
8'Inuth, Range 22
East con
Lucile Bowers of Starke were din taining 25 Acres, more or I...... r
ner guests of Miss Odessa McRae The assessment. of the said prop _
arty under the said. certificate Issu-
Sunday. ?? wax 'In the name o' Leonora
said. certificate shall he
RISING' redeemed according to law the

By :Mrs. II. II. lAm I"MI' sold property. to I the described highest therein hldder will at the het I Credit: Is A

court house dour on th. first Mon Commodity -- Too!
M-W-; : I day In the month of September.
and Lewis and l 19311, which Is the 4th day. of Sep
ann Clarence, and Mr. and Mra. tember ]111:'lit. r
Hated thlH 3rd day of
Cecil Lewis and baby of Plant 19.19.\

City are visiting friends and relatives OFFICIAL SEAL) A. 3, Thomas
Clerk of circuit Court of Bradford
here. County, Florida. 8.4 5t /

Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Conner of TuFI There is a vast difference between
l\ TIIK riHrrrr roriiv nv using and
Sunny Brook Farm Sunday. KHillTtl: JIIIHItl. I'IIK'I'riiv I credit. Credit is a convenience.

Mra. Luther Hai-rell and Mrs. N. \.It. KOIl Illl tl>F01lll 1'Irl'V7'Y, Credit is
10'1.0111"I I'II \ '<'KIIV. an element which even the bank
O. Hayes of looker were dinner OF IN '1'111'FI.OIUOA) N"\II: : OK Tit I.: STATE uses to advantage. Credit is a service factor in our

Kuesta of Mra. Ilarrell'a parents, :
C. L. lll'UTON. national life.
Miand Mrs. R. M. Crosby, Sunday Plaintiff. _

Mr. and Mrs RuxBell Carter of Defendant.TO The
Itellbronn Springs were dinner : Ilia Anderson Burton defet ri man with unlimited credit has more than money because
ant In the above etyleil ,...u..... credit is based on character.
guests of Mr. and Mm. n. C. You '
ar- hereby notified" that a I
Lewis Sunday certain suit In .chancorv ban been. So the people who extend you credit give tangible
filed against you In the Court afore.said evidence of their confidence in char-
Mra. Neta White of Jackaonvlllo and you are further notified to 1 your

U visiting Mr. und Mrs. appear, answer or' file other de. acter. Keep your credit good by meeting
Tensive obligations
pleadings 1 In acid cause on your
Walter Underhill this week. or before the Mule hay In SeptemI I. promptly. It's an asset for you

The Rev. W. K. Hall\ of Green her the ame belnic the 4th day i' to do so.CLARJEAN.
I of said month A. D. 1939.
Cove Springs was a dinner guestat IT IS OHI1IollioU that this notice ,
l .. .
the home of Mr. and Mrs. > published once a w. k for fourciuisecutlve
weeks In the Bradford
George Cone Sunday. County Telegraph a newspaper. of I

Mra. E. J. Lewis spent the week- I general circulation. published ln'Rtvdhrrd
County "'Iorl"". 'I
end with Mr and Mra. \Slam: VVITNF.aM;; : my hand and official

Lewis of Bontdrain.Mr I xnxl I hit, ::1I"t day "f ,\1111',1. A. L I *
: and Mrs. Ervla Brooks of MAYE'S RADIO
11I"'I"H'rAr.81oAr.) A. J. Thomas I SERVICE
f Winter Haven were visiting (lark of Circuit Court County oil' ROBERT GREEN
Hiudfnrrt. state of Florida.' I
r\ friends here this week. 8-4 4t -2S I| HOUSTON'S SERVICE Solicitor for Starke CleanersBENNY'S

Mr. and Mra. Bishop Thomas -
"U'I'I.1 .
O I* :I.C. ,
of Brooker were the weekend I, \\'. K. Mlddteton mayor r. otl, DENMARK FURNITURE CO. STATION

Kuests of her parents, Mr. and Htarke, Florida by virtue of the GROCERYA.
authority vested In m. by law do ,
f Mrs. H. H. Lewis. hereby call an election in be heldi I: M. DARBY'S TIP TOP GROCERY

i Mru. L. L. Conner and daughter at the city hall In the aforesaid REXALL
town by the Qualified: voters CARPENTER'S
Klam were visiting Mr. and hire Tuesday. September 12: 1831)) for lha'I : ALEXANDER & CO. S. R.

W. C. Conner Friday. officers purpose, : of electing the following JOHNS & SONS DRUG STORE

Miss May Lee Lewis was the I One Mayor. I '
weekend guest of Alien\ Agnes Two Alderman I I C. WALL AGENCY STARKE ICE
1 tine Clerk Treasurer, Tax I'ol- G. DUNCANSTANDARDWESTERN
I Lewis of HoaUlrnln. / lectrir and Tat AssesKur.. '

17 Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Crosby and One Marshall. AUTO ASSOCIATE STARKE
Inspectors nf said election: F. A. COCA-COLA OILSMITH'S
I I f family spent Friday night with Scott. A. II. Johns., and .1. I. .-....k. STORE

Mrs. Crosby's parents, Mr. and In testimony whereof I hereunto BOTTLING CO.
I eiibscrlbe
my iiami- and i sour GARAGE
lira K. Edmondson. of Theressu. the eul of the said. town to be here

Mr. and Mrs. K. E. Norman and unto affixed, this the 91h dny ,.r I
AuwuBt A. D. 1939.
family were visiting Mr. and Mrs. (OFFICIAL SRALi "". }:. Mld.llel.,,

KuatteU Norman of Sunny Brook "Mayor.Attent. : Carl Johns, City Cl rk.

: Farm Monday.We B-11 ji iM i--. :

are glad to report that :Mrs. "Pay and j
>TII'H Or' 11'!'1.11 t Tl O V"KO H keep
I II. A Shaw has returned to her 'r111:1':1): up credit
I II good"px
home after being confined to the !OTIL'E("ennte 13 11111 HKUKDY..... |(ft GIVEN' your

I St Luke's Hospital In Jackson- That MriB.. ulah Sully| holder .f I

'YWe for the past three weeks. Ia I Tax CP-lIfr at,. Nn. IJ3. issued they j)
a, 2nd. day of August A D. 1SJ7, pea

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I I a,,' r. Jean Shoppe Keeps 1 Radio Is Aid Ready ALEXANDER'S For SchoolB. Food Must Be !They'll Go For Pepsi Cola I'-'I'

. "In The Swim" I Tired And
I Folks When Thirsty
II I ung To School Child E. Hatfield( manager of Alexander Well ProtectedAt

" & Co., the store that has --.-.
already become the mecca of con
u 'thought Ito ular checked and plaid gingham "If you want to see how young'I appreciate[ the extra amount they
rt sumers l in this area who are seek- '
i, Lts wht ,m. for B. H. S. to frocks, as well as the "mlxandmingle" M H. Dakin, manager of the ing quality merchandise at a fair all times, but especially at' folks enjoy Pepsi-Coin just wait get for I heir money when they buy

\ of be- dresses. The latter, Denmark Furniture Co., in discussing price, expressed several worth- the beginning of a new school until school' opens and then slip Pepsi-Cola."
I kam ', B\ which are so dear to school out there some day at recess, or "Mothers need not bother about
every the opening of B. H. S. hereIn while thoughts concerning the year, it Is Important for mothers
roi the various heart noon and see how many of them if will
1051 tim girl's are two-piece, each poor appetites they allowtheir'
opening of school here on September -
to see that their children's foodis
Monday Sept. 4, stresses the refresh themselves with drinkin
to wing into action. with skirt and shirt, so that they 4."The. our children only five cents a
more, can be worn to match or to con- important part that radio Is play- kept pure and wholesome They preference to all others" Dave
| this tear really thoughtful mother day for a bottle of this refreshingdrink
une things, whether trast. Two dresses will make Ing in the new trend of education will allow her children to assist in need good health and vigorous Silcox, local distributor of this
et t voung with those
several costumes.Of bodies to hold under the strainof ever-popular drink, said this week. to go along good
, nat school high school, today. the selection of their own clothes, up homemade sandwiches. No othev.
"It must be because of the universal -
"H make the Clar- course, sweater twins will Mr. Hatfield said. "After all. the school
ma age < "The progress of the radio industry long eight-months appeal of Pepal-Cola.! he drink can be as stimulating to

hOppe then shopping head- again be the mainstay of both in building small but efficient whether they are little tots, or of I term. Of course, the first essen- continued "Men women, and their appetites, and It is good for
am* thit popular shrine high school age, they are the tial of health Is whole- them" "
high school and college girls! for sets, solves a problem for good good children everywhere tell us that too
to be well- who have them and
like ones to wear ,
wh< : food.
,* everyday wear. Bright new shades of school '* some nothing run take tin place whenit Mr. Silcox Is more and more
sparKl no effort in parents children, Mr. they are Intensely sensitive to any-
I has such Love Bird Blue Cardinal Every effort should be made to cornea' to quenching the thirst, enthusiastic all the time over the
reatto, meet the deLreu as Dakin stated. ""Economical thing wrong about their clothing.
i oe as see that food held over from one and pepping them up when" they reception that has been given to
Red, etc. Smart Our store has always welcomedthe
collegiates wear
they are, they now put within the meal to another Is kept fresh and feel they do not have enough Pepsi-Cola by the public, young
the sleeves little and like for
long pushed above folks we
*ri such nationally reach of every family, the possibility appetizing This cannot be done energy left to last out the day." and old since he started distributing -
Shir- their elbows and affect single- them to express their opinion of
fllnef Cinderella,
as of providing the school with artificial refrigeration as "When school Pepsi-Cola (It here over three years
strand pearls over the top buttonof the clothes being bought for them. opens
jnple and Deanna Durbin child with his own radio while the well as it can with good, clean becomes even more Important in : ago' "Our sales are mounting
the We want to be
cardigan.It perfectly
jfr,, children and Misses, large family set be used everyone chemically-pure REAL ICE as day, making It
may by .satisfied with their purchases the lives of our boys and girls I every necessary
|od nosieiv, Vanity Fair is no easy task this matterof mother and dad to listen to the I from Alexander & Co." manufactured by the Starke Ice Mr. Silcox said, "for it Is re- I for UH to put on additional trucks*

I Malden Form brassferes, keeping right uptotheminuteon programs they enjoy Company. mnrkable how much better those and other equipment to cover the
other Original what's what in the realm of Mothers with their children are "
Eeeo mi The popularity of present day It Is just as Important to keep a school lunches taste when they are territory, he sakl.
I "New York's finest fashion, but we do feel that always welcome at this accommo-
from our radio Is given credit for having plentiful supply of Ice in the win- accompanied by tbig bottle of "I know we must have a wonderful -
Ii-weni and real customers this extra dating store. They are given" the
rouses appreciate
enhanced childish interest In good ter aa it Is in the summer. Milk Ice cold Pepsi-Cola "Besides be- product because. It enjoys
effort and this patient attention and careful consideration -
J acessi riefr on our part, appreciation music. Then too, some programs, Is a wonderful food, but you should ing the most delicious' in flavor, It such a wonderful popularity," Mr
'lot/I/ for little has been reflected In the that is so necessary If I
.cnr' like historic broadcasts and not run the risk of giving your In the largest In size and children Silcox concluded,
chosen for wonderful good-looking, as well as well-fit- I
an m''fully support given our shop
schools of the air are actually child milk that has not been kept
a,:ii, umpiicity, cut and during the two years we have ting, clothes are desired.
assigned as class room work by properly on ice.
4n.. n lit' the ever-pop- been located in Starke. I' I As a special help to mothers
-,-- many teachers, Thus today we ,with large families to outfit be- Ice Is not a luxury it Is it HOT LUNCHES NECESSARY r
find radio double
serving a sig tween now and Sept. 4, Alexan- necessity!

nificance--not only entertainmentbut der & Co., In offering .some .splendid It Is often" possible to alive more

IE E DRUGS ARE VITAL education as well. bargains in clothing and shoes than the cost of the Ice by preserving FOR GROWING\ CHILD

Every school-age child should for all ages. Regular prices have food that would otherwise

have advantage of having his own been forgotten, and a special ef- spoil! and have to be thrown awny.

TO HEALTH PROTECTION i room equipped with a little set of tort will be made during the next It is evident, therefore, that do-

!I, his very own\ and Mr Dakln reminds ten days to assist mothers in get- ing without Ice IK false economy. Doctors teachers /and every- essary If he Is to maintain his vig-

-- I parents that excellent small ting their children ready for Keep a good supply of ice all one who has had any experiencewith or during the lengthy school term. "

radios can be bought for as littleas school with the least possible ex- this winter and see how much you children will tell you that no In the long run, the busy mother
for scnoo, ) again! careful attention that they deserve 1200. Imagine the delight of pense.A save on your food bill. In addition child can do his best work In the will find that she wives very little

your child 1 get the maxl- your child If you presented him good Idea of the excellent bargains to having the satisfaction! of class room unless his body Is properly money by preparing school

mourn! '>f good from the Of course, it might be that your with one of these wonderful little being" offered by this popu- knowing that you are protectingthe nourished with good, wholesome lunches, and the time she loses

|gh> months spent in them child is in perfect health. All we Instruments at the beginning of lar store cnn be obtained from health of your children. food. Therefore, any mother more than offsets any gain i

and on the athletic can do in that case Is to Invite the new school year! Also Imaginethe reading the Alexander & Co. advertisement Ice is one of your beat friends. who lets her children go Your doctor will tell you thatIt

him to drop in after school for a cultural advantages that will in another part of It Is one of your most faithful through the day with only a sand Is very foolish to take great

i I nSlI'el depends entirely on "refreshing drink or for a healthful come to him as the result of the I this issue, Mothers will make a servants Surely you cannot afford wich at noon ta guilty of a grave pains to see that your child Is

I! r you are intrusted with dish of ice cream that will help to fine programs that come in over big mistake If they do not look to be without it when It posts neglect of duty. dressed properly and otherwise F

4 [ixmaibllity of his health. furnish the energy he needs for the air during every hour of the 'I here before buying school outfits so little compared to the amountof There la no excuse for undernourishment ( I outfitted for school and then to

11.Ican get what he should those long hours of play. But in day 1 for their boys and girls. good It does when a good hot' send him, away from home with

< school work unless he Is any event, we wantto be 'of any lunch can be hud no reasonably at only a sandwich anti an apple for

physical condition. service that we possibly can, the Court House Lunch the popu- lunch. Warm food la just aa important

II are at all in doubt asher whether in time of sickness or In lar restaurant operated by Joe an warm clothing to the
, Give Your Child A New Bicycle For School
or not your young ones time of health. Noegel. For Instance for aa welfare of a growing boy or girl.

fsically fit to begin a new The matter of physical exami- I little as 2Sc your t>oy or girl can Let your children" make the

Berm of eight long months, nation is so very Important, how- ; "No school age boyar girl the greatest thrill of all. agree that there is very little ex- have a good, substantial hot lunch Court House Lunch their head-

ngly advise you to take ever, that we mention It again. should be denied the pleasure and With the opening of school, cuse for denying your child this consisting of a choice of meat, quarters during the noon hour. It

t once to the doctor for privilege of owning a bicycle If It however, the bicycle becomes : "greatest thrill of a lifetime." with two vegetables, rolls, or Is a convenient place for them to

ugh physical examination. Very often, there are little things Is humanly possible for their par- more than a mere luxury and Mr. St John In a comparative bread, with drink.Sandwiches spend their rest period, and you

e 1 doctor finds that your the matter with a child that can- ents to by them one," V S. St. source of pleasure- becomes an newcomer to Starke and would prepared at home will have the satisfaction of know-
not be discovered except under a John proprietor of the local Western absolute necessity. Boys and girls
of trouble and
i Deed a tonic to build up like to have the pleasure of making are.lot they do not Ing that they are going to their
doctor's expert eye. Do not lose I Auto Associate Store, reiter- who own bicycles never have to provide the child with the nourIshing studies fortified with the proper
iitltutlons, or any other patience with your child because ated a belief that has already worry their parents to take themto the acquaintance of every- warm food that is BO nec- nourishment.

e, or helpful drug, then he Is making low grades In school. been generally recognized for school, and come get them at body in this trade area. He ex-

\ to i Carpenter's, where all He cannot do his best work unlesshe many years. noon In the automobile. They are tends a cordial invitation to the

ions, from the largest to is in the beat of physical con Thmk back over your childhood. Independent and a bicycle makesit general public to come to the Bradford Hardware

heat are given the very dition.ferson's a pleasure to get to school In Western Auto Store and inspect! ImportantIn
What was the greatest thrill of
__ _
u time in the morning. Then too, the hundreds of items that are
the many thrills you received dur- a bicycle comes in so handy for displayed there to interest not on- I

Dairy Noted ForWholesomness ing those happy days? It was the running errands for mother! ly the auto owner, but the home Life of Rural Children

time you received a brand new Mr. St. John urges all mothers owner also He la delighted with

bicycle, wasn't It? --- somethingyou and fathers to come to the Western the patronage that has been afforded _. .
had hoped and prayed for, no him since moving to --
Its Milk Auto Associate Store and
of seethe
telling how long" Well, times Starke, and promises to reward Farm boys and girls have just Hardware Company's line the fine
have changed but the spirit of swell bicycles that can be his customers with the service and I as good a chance to make progress tools and farm Implements that

-- youth has not, and today the possession bought so reasonably. After you satisfaction that Is the policy of I tn school tut their town coua- are so necessary to success In this

t a wealth of health andIs to save a few pennies, and then of a new bicycle Is still I have seen them you will doubtlesspay all Western Auto Stores. I Ins, with the aid of modern Aladdin very Important work. Our farmers -

I i packed into one, little have to pay out hundreds of dollars -I ., Lamps, according to J IJ, Car and their children should get
]lisle, owner of the Bradford Hard the habit of
|ter word later on when your child gets I buying their Implements

LK'eapeclally' in a run-down condition and has i ware Companypopular establishment 1 In Starke where they can
I In to have the doctor. Make College A Certainty For Your Child that caters to the needs of be bought just as cheaply as If
milk that our rural, as well ax urban popu ordered from some big house In

prom Peterson's Dairy. "A very released significant the report A. &was M. "How many needless heartaches for such a policy within a few our boys and girls turn out for lation. the north. Mr. Carlisle states that

"what a great Importance recently" Mr. Peterson by stated "It would be saved If every mother years after they graduated and the opening day of school, but unfortunately These wonderful new lamp give he Is prepared to meet all mall

fumes at this season of College, who started to work."However the [picture has an- just| a. good) light aa electric bulbs order price., on all quality merchandise -
and girls to
r showed that boys and father had the foresight
when we stand on the included in even more unfortunate other, and not so bright a side, and make studying at home at : aIn
j of another school term. have milk regularly school two years take out a small educational policyon than the boys and girls who when we consider the misfortunethat night a pleasure, rather than a I closing his discussion of the
their diet finish
WS who do not order a ahead of those who do not have the occasion of the birth of cannot go to college because of will inevitably come to the painful duty, Mr Carlisle em- opening of school, Mr. Carlisle

( supply of milk are doing each child," Jos E. Wilson of the lack of finances are the many homes of many of these children, phasized. They come In beautiful made for
the benefit of milk. a plea co-operation during
P'ldren' a grave Injustice," H. C. Wall Insurance Agency stat- children who are forced to drop "There will never be a more op- Jealgna that add to the attractive- .
pterson well-known local "I take a great pride in my ed this week In connection with out of high school every year be- portune time than right now, on lean of any room, and can be had the 1939-40 term. "Progress

11 lalo this week. "They dairy and the milk that is pro- the opening of school here Sept. 4. cause of the death' a father who the eve of another school year, for as little aa $-&.95. Aladdin also Is the result of pulling together,

Ctlng -heir children to do duced there," Mr. Peterson said. "If this simple step were takenIn failed to carry enough Insurance for you mothers and fathers to make electric lumps for those whether it's club work, church

rt\ ",">- out are failing to "All I ask you to do.is to give every case, there would be no 1 to adequately provide for hl. family come in and discuss the security who enjoy the convenience of work, or business" he stated. "It's L

'ith the perfect our milk a few week's trial and I long days and sleepless nights of after his departure. The boyor of your child's future. Itn\ 10 electricity. asking too much of teachers to X

necessary to their then see if your children do not. worrying over where the money Is girl who In forced to quit easy to make sure that your boy Every school boy or girl, who turn children over l to them, lock,

health prefer it to all other Let me I to come from i for John or Mary's school at an early age and KO to and girl will have the benefit ofa lives I on the farm, should bring/ hisor I stock, and barrel, and expect t

luxury It Is start this week leaving you aj I college education,," Mr. Wilson work Is placed' umlT a handicapthat college education, and you are her parents to the Bradford them to make real men and won,
'.(In contlnu- quart or more every day and see i continued "The lronc! al part of he can never overcome, no doing a grave injustice if you Fiactlware Co and show them I en out of them without the h.',>> '

,' when If children do rot come j It is that the Increased earning mutter how ha.rvorktng or deserving -I neglect this duty. I invite you to these t: marveliouM Aladdin Lamp, lost cooperation of the child'It t t
ip your .
1". wonderful you through the winter In better power of a boy or girl, with a col- I he might ee, drop by our offlo-, or to call 146" for it to generally recognized that I nt.."

c,oj; about In health than ever before. Milk I.chl.'ap Is legs education would. more than "It In an InHpi/lllg!/ r night to'lIf'1! I Mi- Wilson us Id. ,, j I u student run for oxpucUwl, to t I "With a liberal application) ,

insurance when It comes to I ceep up In his wink unless hu iv i;01((partition, we can make th,. i
health lais .
them from sickness' and ''I IY18 n good light ,nir' tuHUtleH. I j 39-40 the most successful ar.:,
I mighty protecting Boys Who arc Interested In. 4-K j' term we have eveshad," Mr ,
,flout milk disease." I Let Mayes Put Your Radio In Good Shape I work win find in the Ur.ulfont I'| llMirconclude,1 1, Let's do It,"

I that more and more Homes ''in Starke only .1 cGmpan&U, top working condition. "A large

III t'' Noted For Good Food In Now Bradford County are availableto short while Mayex has establish part of the modern school child's School Time Is Haircut Time II!

J electric current, it will pay the ed the reputation! of doing extremely i| knowledge of music, history, and

-- homeowner) to consider carefullyhow I satisfactory work at very current events directly attributed t
most partlcu- "They have come to depend on he can have his home wired reasonable prices! He tries to}I to radio," Mr. Mays BaYs For -- [ 1 i

best in every for this convenience In the most carryon his service so that he i this reason If your machine la The City liarber Shop oxpcots their children to look their best r
:h P
and physical the A & fresh vege- economical and efficient manner. will get "repeat bulnass"-thwt l 111'1, "on the blink' he urges you to to be a very busy place betweennow and receive extra special atten- I

children havef line canned goods Especially does this wiring takeon to so please his customers that ,I! bring it in thin week! so that he and the opening day of school, tion all that In", necessary to do Is I

buying their tables, fruits, breads and Ita pIes, Importance when all of they will return to hilt hop when can give( them careful attention to send them to the City BarberShop i
the new September 4, The folks '
)m us," N. N. and we are very proud of the rural schools In the county they again need work of a .II mUlaI'I'I'' before the actual opening of young where experienced barbers I
>f the local A. fact. already opened and B. H. S. nature. So far. he has school. might forget about their look know how to cut their hair In
I have
.J. week "I am always glad to see school will open In a few days now nally successful In this effort. You will be delighted at the when they are spending the sum- I order to emphasize their personality .

G P organization open. Its tis an Inspiring sight," James Mayes of Mayes Radio Radio repair work Is also a big I service that your old radio will mer bells at start camp, but when school to the best advantage. : ;

rythlng sold In I am also the service that Mr, to ring they begin If you are not In the habit of J
e Mr Prevatt stated. "Ar Service on Call Street is urging Item in give after it received a Maye'a thinking about how they will ap- ;
continued child
"and for I ending your to the City
vn: mother have learned glad of the prominent part the A all neW or prospective users of Maye offers to the community.Now overhauling, and beet of all you pear to the other young friends Barber Shop, do so this week You : ,\ j

1 can depend on the ab- &. P store plays In keeping our electricity to consult with! him before that school days are once will be surprised and further delighted with whom they are associated. will be delighted with the results.. ,/ I II

Ini\\111:'1 and wholesomeness fine youngsters in good Health and do contracting to have any wir- more upon us, it is essential that at the reasonable price Mother in this vicinity long S. E Spark, the genial owner ot tt'Ws j, :j!

percbaled over our coun- tine spirit, so that they cUwroom.can ing done. Although he Has been the radio In every home be in Up charged for th.work ago learned that when they want shop, guarantee that. elf Ii; \

their best work In the .I

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Engagement AnnouncedOf I Miss\ Smith-Mr.Brown 'r "DARK VICTORY"AT Culllr-'? ?, 11

jt SOCIETY and CLUBS Miss Mina ManassaTo Honored at Dinner Party RITZ Never process th''r, ,". ,,too tot' tot i

__m_ John W. Grady Miss Juanlta Barefoot was hostess Many Np
-- st\i ,
"Dark Victory, starring Mo ; ? I"
Tuesday night when she en- hx,
f-d a of nuptial music including Mrs. Philip H ManasBa announces Bradford l t
Young Hostesses Hiss Doshia:'! Smith tertained in the home of her par- tion Picture Academy Award aunt
I -- r"1egFAPh
of her
the traditional wedding the engagement
Entertain InformallyMisses Is Wed WednesdayTo I Mina Thomas F. ents, Mr. and Mrs P. M Barefoot, winner Bette Davis, opens Sun- .
miwcheii. daughter, to t ,
of day for a two stay at the Ritz I n I
with dinner party In honor Town, ,
Sara Barefoot, FreddieWimberly Artford Brown, Jr.-a 'I The bride, who was unattended, Grady, son of Mrs John W. Miss a Doshla Smith and Artford Theatre. In the supporting cast Null., .,"

and Muriel Hall were Miss Dosbla Smith, daughter of wiut becomingly gowned in a spec- Grady and the late Mr. Grady of Brown, whose marriage was an are George Brent, Humphrey Bo- with have th.ri., ,,, | ''h\,

hostesses last Thursday night at William Hogan Smith and the tator sports frock of teal blue, Boston, Massachusetts.The event of Wednesday night. gart, Geraldine Fitzgerald, and he 22nd 01.I| ",.
7:30: o'clock when they entertained late Mrs Smith of Sampson City, ;I with which she wore black acces- marriage will be an eventof other well known Hollywoodnames 193f1. ru,,,, II
flowers attractively JtLIRe ,
of the former with { stories. The flowers were orchids the late the date and Summer t i I' ,
at the home and Leland Artford Brown, Jr., Fall, for .Flmii" I J' rl
baskets were placed .
a 'peanut boiling son of Mr. and Mrs LeLand Art- and valley lilies arranged in a plans to be announced later. arranged In the KHI., ,?. ,
in the hostess' home in decoratingfor "Dark Victory" Is the story of celts..d m
The hostesses and their guests ford Brown of Brooker, were mar- shoulder corsage. ", ",
enjoyed novel games on the lawn, ried at 8:15: o'clock Wednesday The bridal couple left immediately Woodman Circle Meets this lovely Informal affair. I a beautiful and headstrong young 82Gfli. ;.: l 1 6rtI
The long dining table was cov- heiress (Betty Davis) who suddenly
23, in the First after the ceremony fora -
where Mrs P. M. Barefoot and evening August "
The Woodman Circle met last ered with a lace cloth and centered learns that she has only ten \ 'g. r: '", "tt
: brief their NU7'1 ; all .
Mrs L. J Green assisted In enter- Methodist Church of Starke The wedding trip keeping 'v.
destination unknown. Tuesday night in the hall with with an arrangement of pink months to live, and what she does 0, And" Aq I
Rev Frank Robinson, of
taining, pastor I
: the president, Mrs. W. L. And- and fern. Pink candles restIng during the fateful ten County, I ,
roses months. u
The bride was graduated from .
Those invited to the the church, performed the ring ecrtaln ", ,
enjoy even-
rews presiding in white holders further grac- I Variety the picture is "Bet- IInor
says tb
Bradford High School in
in the of the County
with Sara Freddie and Muriel ceremony presence (.t'rk. s
Ing ,
II During the meeting Mrs. Vlrgle ed the table te Davis In a powerful and impressive "r ''I ni,
Immediate families thu class of 39 where she was a I ford ('anal,,, ,,
were Gloria Butord, Ida Lulu The Interior of the church was' popular member of the younger Barksdale was praised for having Miss Barefoot presented the : role, which will be men- data A. ,"r. I "B 1.00

j Davis, Alice June Harding, Patsy decorated with white asters and Bet. She also attended The Mas- such a splendid drill team. honoree with a pair of Italian cut- tioned In nominations for top performances ..tlt n i Itii 1"1.* i Au.

Keen, Geraldine Sllcox, George pink dahlias against a back- sey Business College in Jackson- In an impressive ceremony Mrs. work pillow cases as a memento of the year." Smith, n"i i '" 1u'Y
ford ,
Flynn, Jr., Othma Haynes, Jr., ground of greenery. The altar, ville. Pauline Crosby was initiated into of the occasion. Wednesday and Thursday the which rnnn-.;,,"!? n'B'

Freeman Register, Enos Hayes, where the bride and groom took The bridegroom was graduatedfrom the circle. Those present with Miss Bare- Ritz screen finds Sonja Henle and duly vestment' IINI-IU, I h..l", ,

Buck McMillan J. E. Denmark their marriage vows, was flanked Bradford County High Plans for the coming minstrel, foot, Miss Smith, and Mr. Brown Tyrone Power co-starred In "Sec- In the 1'", i 'n.".
with tall white floor baskets, hold- School in the class of '37 and Mrs Jerry Moore, leader, were were: Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Green, ond Fiddle" with Rudy Vallee and ty twill., I'd.t. ..;
Michael Dew, Billy Lee, and ing white asters later attended the University of made, after which the meetingwas Mr. and Mrs. Barefoot, Miss Enza : Edna May Oliver. The picture has "f sale I) I9I at<.1"n i d 'r.h 0.. ,

Frank Robinson. Mrs. F. II. Long, organist, play. Florida in Gainesville. At present adjourned. 'Weaver Miss Edith Rowe, and : many beautiful tunes by Irving Stnrke the radfi.i, ,, D '".

,- he Is connected with the W. During the social hour the host- Miss Sara Barefoot. Berlin. Today and tomorrow Is a fell at pui Kl." ?i., 4n"..I,
(--------------- ------ '
H. Smith Naval Stores interests.. esses, Mrs. E W Hayes, Mrs. W. double feature, "Frontier Scout" and' )hest( i I.,?d i,' hHbl"

FLOWERSAU After the wedding trip, the H SummersllI, and Mrs C. A. Methodist Circles and Jack London's "Romance of being'lag des'In i ,n Hi I", ,I Ffa Yht' ,

young couple will be at home to Knight, served tempting refresh- the Redwoods." Tuesday "Blondie to-wlt 1'10
orders JHlrd with careful consideration Hold August Meeting I.or ft "i,' I
friends in Starke. ments of cake, cookies, and punch. I Meets the Boss" based on the Addition' ,
for the requirement of the Individual. ------- ---- The August meeting of the famous comic Brndfoiil,I ,J rha
attention Woman's Society of Christian I newspaper strip, is tlon 2S, 'I I Idl,
Special given to promptness and scheduled. 22 East' Ib R.
p + economy. Carolyn Callstreet Service of the Methodist church SMd pi i,in' ,
met Monday afternoon at the upon and i ,
brief said ,
writ a'
Mrs. L. G. Powell church, and the subject of the pro- Zippits-the case with a A. II a't'"I< t not

I'hone 123-3 What She Sees, Hears, and Does gram was "Widening Missionary zipper fastener-at the Bradford' ford r'nnnl v I p III BFLOWERS

.._.fll.e4IflaUSUafle.___ _,_._______( Peanuts !If'! Peanuts I I Five on 'em Service County Telegraph.
cents a Dag iron't you get a I The president, Mrs. W. E. Mid-
Corner Drug Store: Leonard her with Mrs. M. B, Herlong, and .
dleton, had of the
kick out of hearing and watchingthe charge program
Kinchen back behind the fountainat at that time a towel shower would
little fellows? Making and the meeting was opened witha be FOB AU I IOCCASION'S
their own "upending, money and en- Canova's and James Hollings- hymn and prayer. Assisting given for the Wolf Settlement! e ()
ASK US ABOUT OUR House in Tampa. Place of
joying It too Those kids won't worth ditto at Carpenter's Mrs Middleton on the program Ing'' for Circle meet- j IN: A.\T
Number '
grow up to be loafers And Roswell Noegel divorced his tonsils were: Miss Olive Ray, who talkedon be announced Two will' OKSIG.N8Ulrrdto
hats off to the mothers who take Monday Klnda tough on "A Co-operative Council of -

PROFIT SHEARING[ PLAN time to boll and parch the penders talking, eh Roswell? Know Churches in Norfolk, Va."; "Work r lint flown

when -these August days make you're miserablee've been Among the Indians" was reviewedby SOUVENIRS .1 1

you parch and boll just sltUn" blessed with some mighty!; oomphy Mrs E. L Matthews; hits Jf o TRICKS; tn>borty

still visitors lately For instance, Pearl Simpson read about "1>11- S GIFTS I tnrnhere

Around Town The George Frances Enterkln of Atlanta, who grant Workers in Arizona"; Mrs K Live Alligators Shipped j I *.t i inj
WASHING, POLISHING, WAXING Whites of Tally visiting old looks like a movie star (and that's E. Williams reviewed "Rural Y Anywhere I <)( 'aslogU.NHKIGH

friends And word comes exactly how one of ihe little boysIn Work in Texas, Mississippi, and S121 MRS. X U( o ,
AND GREASING OUR SPECIALTY that the capital city is still talk- town described her) One Tennessee"; Mrs. A. F, Sauls! read W Bay St. Jax. Fla. I I'h. '02

Ing about the remarkable resembl- word description of Frances Peek about "Phosphate CommunityWork _
dainty In Florida" and the I
; program -
ance between Mrs. White and
Only The Highest Quality Greases Used Queen Elizabeth Well, now Lonzy Alvarez will 'predate this was closed by Mrs. .A. Wood

that you mention It-It's there all : one A couple of girls in shorts conducting the meditation periodIn TO MY FRIENDS

right Merrill McMillan back peering out of Curpenter's drugstore which she stressed personal re

from three months in the wilds of and saying: "He i IlIn't look- ligion. I wish to announce that I have definite dead-

Baker County, looking none the Ing now Let's run for it!" i I The president conducted the ed to become a candidate for the position of
for Clayton Strlcklan home business session City Marshal in
worse wear Rather dull after his I and the usual the City Election of Somber

stay he reports Nothing to pep recent misfortune Looks a I' routine was carried out It was 12.

TIRES TUBES BATTERIESCONWAY'S. things up but one killing, one cutting little pale, but otherwise cheerfulas decided to meet on Tuesday, September -

and a couple of flat fights ever My sincere sympathy, 5, instead of Monday, so I feel that I am well qualified for thi-: place,

Clayton We all admire your as to- avoid the Labor Day holiday and promise, if elected to forth
put m best
Edna Pearce back on duty in who l-It-takes Eldred Duncan, I Miss Olive Ray announcedthat efforts to enforce the law, as it should :>be
Miami Should be a pleasureto our dashing young state's attorney Circle Number One would I in Starke. enforced -

all with Edna around Always in town Monday Looking meet the first Tuesday in

SERVICE STATION so calm and cheerful just as youthful us he did in basketball septem-I I will consider it
Ideal temperament for nursing hero days Al Manassii I can't keep secrets! a great favor if you will cite

Another girl-In-white, Audrey claims to be the original hard Our Orlando my candidacy your most careful considerationand
luck guy i;ven broke with us Judge and Mrs. support. I assure you (that I will do
RIDE FLORIDA MOTOR LINE HUES-For Speed Carlisle In training at Macon ; a toe In ( my)
Ga., and only four more months the tennis tournament Smith and family Their I best to see that you never regret it.
and Comfort Extra Low Rates I daughter Jane (cute little blonde I
( ) until graduation Mrs. Man- Disgraceful The way some )
assa back from South America thoughtless vacationists are Uttering brightening up the landscape : P. S. DENMARK
loaded down with souvenirs and the Kingsley road with My seal of approval on T K, McClane's I

trlnklets After hearing all trash and garbage Plenty of and Geo Manassa'a man-
of the tennis
about it, S. A. has been added to insects around the lake, but none agement tournament

ON BERRY MARKETHall's my dream list Ruth Rowe, more annoying that the big tln- The boys manage as well as

Edith Rowe, and Enza Weaver can-and-paper-sack boys Win- they play, and that's plenty good

back from Rome, Ga., accompanied chell! A few secondhand scallions School
Would like to write more, but Day SpecialsAT
by one of the famous please .
in the of gotta stop now and pay up some
GroceryCOOKING peaches person Ann Ter- Speaking of
Boomps-a-Dalsy bills This Retail Merchants
ry very photogenic ((88 Life (Telegraph, August 18)), Ruby Credit Association has
would ) and she thinks Starke got me
Bay Lilley and Fred and Hazel
worried It's the new local
and Kingsley Lake are suhwell boomped into each other the or-
OIL, Gallon q __ __ _.__ 65c Well, she' should Well, top of Lookout Mountain 'Sa who ganization owes what that will and report where weekly. ALEXANDER'SSchool S
small world Or has some-
Beatln' the Block: John Chalker, body already said that? Love Better Join me and get right with
SOL FLOUR 241bs. 60c Bill Z. Adkina your creditors So goodbye for
Chalker A Jr must be grand Even got Mullet the time
and Jimmy Sewell to enter The Smith makin' week-end being See you in the Dresses CLOTHINGSizes
Citadel next month Four Mississippi next ,

SOL FLOUR 12lbs. 32c friends In the same school Don't want to frighten 6 to 14

Just like at home Well you
being EXPERT
maybe not quite But anyway north-enders, but have you ever' 49c & 59c Boys Blue Serge

CHIEF FLOUR 24Ibs. 54c It'll help It's Bill's second strikes noticed in how your frequently part of town lightning, whileit SAW FILINGLawn Suits

year ao he's giving the other victims Mower Sharpeningand
seldom, If ever, hits south of
DEAL FLOUR 24 lbs.57cBACON all the low down on the do's Call St I Repairing !
SQUARE and don'ta ? Strange. But just C. School Coat, Vest and Long Put|
think back and see if I'm not JENKINSSPECIALS Pants
_m_____ __un The Stumps, Marjorie and Eve- .
right Latest
target was the I

Western Side, lb. .. 7c lyn berg, Lois runnln'Adkins around, and Ruth with Stern-tennis new home being built for J. P. and I Sizes 6 to 16 $5.95

Louise Warren Will delay the.

MILK, Any Kind, 3 Tall Cans ._ 18c Moody racquets In.the. .lot Not, but a their Helen game's Wills Job with several J. P. anxious days to, Makes move it in bad be-, 98c pair

Kitchen Matches Compound Lard Improving and they do brightenup fore his vacation# expires Tuesday Boys Suits
the court early in the yawning
Oh well the
2 Packages __ ___ __ 5c Pound -.-___________ 8'/ic The ladles turned out for thematches true course of 1-Bridge Lamp Pants
after all Ruby Johns, housebuilding never runs 1 Floor All 3 For School Shirts Coat and Long
smooth, Lamp
Macaroni Tomatoes as the old lady said when I !

2 Packages _,_ _. __ 5c Ills: Can _____________ 5c I Mina the Manassa higher brackets and Nina at BishopIn this she kissed the cow Or am I 1-Table Lamp $6.95 Sizes 6 to 14 Fancy Mixed Pattern
getting my metaphors mixed?
Onions writing But maybe somebody'11
Peas upset 'em The M. II. Daklns are house $4.95
No. 2 Can __.___ 5c 3 Pounds _____-____ lOc Peering Around the Pond: Somebody's hunting as the result of a recent 6x9 LINOLEUM CUTS 39c to 79c

birthday at Torode'a place realty transfer Good luck,
Dill Pickles Meal Wednesday night I'm just! folks. But good rental houses are $1.99

Full Quart ._______ 9c 10 Pounds _____ 4___ 18c guessing, but they were singing still the crying need of this community School'Shoes Suits
wedding and
an en-
"Happy Birthday" and havin' such
Salt Grits 50 L1L
fun There Frow Strick- gagement announcement in one ranl
goes Pair
2 Packages _______-__ 5c 10 Pounds _________ 20c land My, what a mahvelous week My, My Doshla and :, MATTRESSES I Boys and Girls Coat Vest & 2

Potatoes Corn Flakes physique Aa a life guard he'd Artford making a handsome It t
be the answer to a drowning' couple at the Methodist Church 98c to $1.95 $10.95

10 Pounds __n______ 16c Package: _____ ______ 5c maiden's prayer Why can't I Wednesday night very $5.50 pair

ever get strangled ? Beverley quiet ceremony Doshla's out
Country Roll Butter Blue Rose Rice Cady home for the week-end fit setoff by a corsage of orchids THE

Pound -________ _____ '25c Only a few more days of summer It had to be orchids becauseno Boys Hats and Sport Shire j
I FANCY,-5 Ibs --- 15c school and then-Whew I a other flower could compete JOHN H. DENMARK Caps29c,49c&98c Boys
Can't but exotic brand of beauty
spell help
Extra FANCY 5'Ibs. 20c
5 Pounds ___________ 23c ,- admire, her pluck, exercising her Then Mina Manassa showing 49c

brain when all mine does Is sprout friends a gorgua diamond FURNITURE GO.

MARKET SPECIALS perspiration .. Has had it ever since! Christmas,

Couldn't find out where, but and still they say the lady folks Starke Florida Trade At Alexander's and Save

there was an l ids cream party Fri-
"" '
day night Kept hinting around, amuaesanamaaaamaamauEAST

NECK BONES lb. 5c but didn't get asked Imagine
- -
I Carolyn Callstreet being a social TERMS

outcast Oh, the Irony of It all

i. FRESH RIBS lb. - 12J/2 "If I Didn't Care" (the Ink GOODRICH
Spots' version) on Uncle Bert's TIRES AND BATTERIES

i Fancy Western' Steaks jook( pun organ Intended is breaking) as all a favorite recordsno ZENITH and MOTOROLA RADIOS
with the local rug cutters *
Held over Indefinitely Bill :

Graham (Gainesville) and Bill
,GET OUR PRICES Graham (our own) meuin around GARAGE

with their .
boats In 'em and
out 'em but
mostly Just workln
.. FLA. B. E.1ATFlE


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r BITS of LOCAL NEWS | :Miss Phyllis\ Cleghon returned All members of the Woodman Miss Jane .Smith( of Orlandowill New Sewing MachinesThis

| Thursday to her home in St.Petersburg I Circle are invited to a swimming be guest organist at the week 25 new and 23 urred

j after enjoying a visit party and Ice cream supper at the : Methodist Church Sunday morn- machined
- flawing !, a total J of SO.
' here as the guest of the Rev. and Penny Farm landing on Kingsley Ing. '
., .,ih a visitormane" Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Cone and Mrs. Mike Dew and daughter. Mrs Frank Robinson. Lake Monday evening, August 28. I : r were received by the Bradford

.. baby of Jacksonville were visiting Patsy, have returned from Jack- Cars for transportation will leave The W. C. T. U. will meet this County W. P. A. for distribution

e an day.- friends here Saturday.Mr. sonville where Patsy had her ton- :Mrs H. B. McLendon and the W. O. W. Hall promptly at afternoon with Mrs. W. P. Smith among the several sewing room
projects. A touch: of Irony lies
ad wainwright, ails removed daughter, Jeanette, of Orlando are 6:00: o'clock. at t 3:30: o'clock. ,
"' lacksonvllle.i and Mrs. A. B. Woodham ofAuburndale In the fact that just when the
u\ of Mrs. McLendon's
guests par.
u'' i machines were received 52 of too
were guests Sunday Mrs. J. W. Kincaid has returned ents Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Matthews Mr. and Mrs. James Godbold of Mrs Rosa Allen wishes to thank
87 women on the project weife laid
Edwin of Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Lawson.
.,nd after her friends for the kindnesses
an r( spending last week In Tam- at Klngsley Lake. Jacksonville visited Sunday at many off, leaving more sewing mach
.",eek-end with pa with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. the home of Mrs. S. .S. Dowling. shown to her during her ines than workers.
peoa Mr. and
Mrs. T.
ir r"'i Frank Land- A. C. Durden. Mrs. B. C. Prince and daughter, They were accompanied here by recent illness

a rum and family have moved into Miss Sadie Prince, Miss Enza Mrs. W. S. Stroman who had .. -
",. T Green, and their new home on Church Street. Weaver. Miss Juanita Barefoot : Mrs. A. 11. Hall and daughter.
are"" Mrs. W. R. Swanbom, Arthur spent three weeks in the city
reen ?,.,' .sinew visitors Swanbom and Miss Dorothy and Miss Edith!: Rowe spent Tuesday with her son-in-law and daughter Sharon, are spending a few days RITZ[ THEATRE
Mr. and
la""' Ul, "rtay Mrs. Bill Struth of Swanbom are enjoying a vacationIn afternoon in Lake City. Mr. and Mrs. Godbold. with friends at Weirsdale andEarlton .
Jacksonville were guests TUes- Beach
and Dirt[ H B- Lawson of day of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Struth. Chicago, 111. Mrs. R. F. Demorest returned to I Tommy-RItch- arrived here Mon- STAltKE. FLORIDA

& muse guests of her home Thursday after spend' Mr. and Mrs. T. D. Rlckcnback-
dale! ar.y x Lawson. One large 7 by 9 Portrait In Mr. and Mrs. John Wilkes of ing the summer in Gainesville day from Charlotte, N C.. and er of Bronson were visiting tn FrI., Sat. Aug. 25 & 26
Bra Jacksonville will be here for ten days before DOUBLE: FEATURE"FRONTIER
folder were guests Sunday
: It's
$1.50. a bargain at I where she attended both sessionsof Starke Wednesday Mr Rlcken-
and of Judge and Mrs. A. Z. Adkins going to Jacksonville where he
JIr H+ O RItch Hoover ISrox. Studio. the University's sumer school. backer at one time was county SCOUT"Starring
and at Kingsley Lake. will be a senior' Robert E. Lee
L Big? *ave returned agent here, and their friends are Geo. Huston as "Wild
visit K nai'-'0'teN' CVmtaWord Col. and Mrs. J. E. Futch will i Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Barbour Hlghi School. Tommy Is visitinghis always glad to see them again. mil Hickok"and
..... arrive here tomorrow for a visit Misses Edith Rowe, Juanita I I mother. Mrs. Carrie RItch, an,1uncle .
and family of Jacksonville are enjoying j -- -- --- --- Jack London's"Romance
with Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Brown- \Barefoot En Weaver, and Sadie a stay at their Kingsley I I J. Griffin and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. T Receipt books and sales padsat of The Redwoods"Charles ..

lee. Prince were In Jacksonville\ Tues- Lake place after recently returning the Bradford County Telegraph. 9
BIckford Jean Parker
-- '-
day afternoon. from a trip to Chicago[ 111. i
Mrs. Sallie TIson left lust week I Miss Virginia; Fugate, who is
for an extended visit In Tampa Mrs. taking a business! course at Mas- KUKSII 3 Pounds Sun., Mon, Aug 27 & 28
M. Barefoot, Miss Jua- Mrs. J. C. Johnson will leave
;1) TO n l V cows: and with her sister, Mrs. N. N. Nor- nita Barefoot, Mrs. L,. J. Green the :latter part of this week for eey's Business College In Jacksonville MULLET XSc "DARK VICTORY"

Marks >rites paid on nil ton. and daughter, Judy, spent last I! her home in Atlanta, Ga. after spent the week-end here Riled round Bette Davis, Geo. Brent,
DOM box 247 with her uncle and aunt Mr. and
0 ,
s. Tuesday in Jacksonville: spending two weeks here as tho Humphrey Bogart
Fla 3-31-lyr.p Mr. and Mrs. Clark Matthewsof MI''''. J. F. Colley. She was accompanied BREAM lOc
e, guest of Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Dem :

8 miles Tallahassee were week-end Mrs. Randolph Boree of Jack- orest. to Starke by her slater Tuesday, August 29
30 sire SEA fount
,ALE Miss Katie who also
guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Mol- Fugate\ ,
Starki 6-room house. sonville was the guest Thursdayand "Hlondle Meets
of : the week-end here. TheJJoss"Bused
pus. Mrs. L. W. Halbrook and son, TROUT :ISc
did pasture for stock; Friday of her parents, Mr. upon Chic Young's comic
,ucking Variety of and Mrs. G. H Bennett.Mr. Merrill, have returned to their
for 20 acres In Mrs. N. D. Wainwright, Jr., has home after spending last week The following attorneys were KKKSII! found strip

ana grapes returned to her home after visit here with Mrs. Halbrook's parents arguing cases before Circuit JudgeA. I SHRIMP ZOc Penny Singleton ((811 Dlondle)
Mrs .1 n J. Ziegler, and Mrs. L. L. Roane and
r Arthur Lake (as Dagwood)
friends in Z. Adkins here !
8-18 ing Jacksonville last Mr. and Mrs. W. L. And- Wednesday
sea l"Ia 4tp week. children of Jacksonville are en- rews. Frank Fleming and J. W. Shands 'I Clt.lll found Larry Simmons (as Baby Dump- _
joying a vacation at the
STRAYED OR STOLEN- Darby of Jacksonville, Baxter & Claytonof MEAT ling)
place on Kingsley Lake. 40c -
J Hereford bull, long horns, George Flynn, Jr., Is spending a Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Alvarez Gainesville, Henry Gray, Gainesville Wed.? Thurs., Aug 30 & 31

Ind while face. Markedtwo few days this week in Jackson- have returned to their home in Lamar Crocker, Trenton, Irving Berlin's
Carol White returned Fri-
split, in one ear, ville with his aunt, Mrs. Harry day from Eagle Lake where she Jacksonville after enjoying a visit W. B. Chavous Cross City, and f Magnolia FishMarket "SECOND FIDDLE"
"w" fork, under bit in other. Maeger. with Mr. Alvarez's mother Mrs Hal. Y. Maines, Lake Butler
visited one of her ,
,led U Notify D. W. Miss Mary Madden. Hildabelle Bence, on Klngnley Sonjn Henle. Tyrone Power, Rudy

".. St"I'\\ Fla., box Mrs. Julia Eastman is spendingsome Lake. Among those graduated from Vallee 0
497.2t ----
tRl, time in Lake Butler as the the Woman's College at Talla- Six New Song Hits I
Judge and Mrs. Frank Smith ..___. __ _
guest of Mr. and Mrs. C. H. :Mr. and Mrs. Fred G. Morrow hassee last Monday, we note the I ,
.1\nll family of Orlando are
In occupy-
g 'hs now my Register. and children, Mary Jo nnd Fred, names of Mrs. Emma Powell Tanner
within the ing one of Mrs. J.V. Kincaid'acottages
10 ror --- of Baton Rouge, La., are guests I of Baldwin, who received the
Lake. I
sold for on Kingsley
ill be
: :Mrs L. D. Green was called to of Baton Rougue, La., are guestsof degree of Bachelor of Arts, und
1_, .I
u vlton. August3t Tampa Saturday because of the D. C. Kinlaw and Mrs. Bill Miss Inez Fiink" who received the
3t Mrs Alice Jones of JacksonvilleIs
serious illness of her mother, Mrs. Sliumaker. I degree of Master of Arts. Both INSURANCE
spending this week as the
L. A. Lees. .---- of these graduates formerly lived
nd hand elec-
jlLEJFug. guest of Mr. and Mrs R. C. Bu- I
on good condl- -- ford and Mrs. Letle Stilley. Capt. C. G. Blotch, M. D.. of the I here and attended B. H. S.

$$2: -.lulgley & Davis, Mrs. J. E. Wilson and Mrs. Edward U. S. Army, who has been i

e ItEt Burns will leave Sunday fora Misses Pauline and Josephine ed for the past two years slation-j Lynn Crosby, Hugh Crosby, and
ten-day's trip to Black Mountain lulu, here
Strode will leave next week for was their sister Miss Lois Crosby, and
;i 'ijfni, colored young ,. N. C. New York after spending the uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. H. niece, Dolores Crosby, all of Pitta- t
,r., mm trued, branded JB. summer at their home here. L. Itrownlee. burg Pit., are guests at the homeof
jilt) ie i until about July Orrin Larson of Hastings has Mr. and Mrs O. W. White
t\iiif' M. Brownlee, returned to his home after enjoy- Mrs Philip Scales and son. Phil, Mr. and Mrs. Myron Griffin, Mrs This party from Pennsylvania attended Please Phone 146

u ltp ing a visit here as the guest ofJack of Griffin, Ga., were guests Sunday Agnes Kllnberg, Mrs. Effie Ack- the World's Fair in New
--- Halle. I' and Miss Mills,
and Monday of George Man- erman Margaret York and also In San Francisco;
}l.t) imuv.. to share trope all of Jacksonville were week-end
and while here are visiting different I
aaan and Mrs. P. H. Munassa.
tobacco. Farm Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Heneger and guests of Mrs. W E. Torode at I points of Interest. Wednesday -

,.1)) it i Starke. Must son, M.\ E Jr., of Lake City werehere Mrs. Hudson Ashley and son Klngsley Lake. ',, they went to Daytona Beach

m nK''ments this week. Sunday visiting Mr. and Mrs.E. and Tuesday to Silver Springs,
Hudson, Jr., who are guests of
Benne General Delivery.ltp. L. Dr. and Mrs. J. K. Molpus andChlld..en
Molpua. and later other points of interest ,
Mr. and Mrs. I. P. Shepherd, spent
Monday at Jacksonville Beach. of Daytona Beach were will be viHlted. RODEO !
--- B. E. Hatfield returned Wednesday guests Saturday of their son and

Sat. Mrs. Rosa business to and Mrs. E.
< -Ipe at from a trip Mrs. Maxwell Rogers and children daughter-in-law, Mr. t

tanttm place Theresau; Monticello where he had been Norman and Aileen, of Tam- L. Mol pus. en rotate home from Recipes

p ana gel ihem now. Itp since Sunday. pa were guests this week of the points InFriends Mississippi

Rev. and Mrs. Frank Robinson.
I of W. A. Stern, who
I Mrs. B. S. Edwards, well-known
NAT SEZ: Friends of Roswell Noegel will has for the past several weeks LABOR DAY SEPT. 4THAT
I been confined to a Jacksonville I for her ability In the kitchen, con- ---
be glad to learn that he is Improving -
"i They've been having a tennis tournament after undergoing a ton- hospital, will be glad to learn that tributes two recipes: that are sure

in Starke the past few sllectomy the first of the week. he Is improved and was moved to to be big hits with the younger KINGSLEY BEACHBy
days and believe It or not this is his home here Tuesday. members of the.family (and the

'' the first time they have had one Mrs. DuPont Murphry of older ones too). Cookies are always -

t of those things; without yoUI'Mtn1ly Greensboro. N. C Is the guest of End: O' Summer Special popular with everyone, and The Boree Brothers Who Staged The
being mixed up In It I beautiful large 7 by 9 Portraitin here are recipes for two kinds
Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Flynn and
Fourth of Rodeo Show
i don't know whether I am gettingtoo handsome folder complete for that will come in mighty nice for July
old for that sort of thing or Mrs. L. M. Gray at Kingsley Lake. only HU.SO. Thin offer clone Sept.30th that between-meals snack:

what but I stand up there and .
watch them play and feel Just like Mr. and Mrs. T. K. McClane, Hoover IIr_. Studio Peanut Butter "ennlkThoroughJy BIGGER AND BETTERMORE
Sr. have returned to Gainesville blend one cut sweet
In front of a
a hungry man
after spending two weeks here ened condensed milk and six: tablespoons -
stand-appetite a plenty. Just Mr. and Mrs. Carl Alderman and
and Mrs. T. K. McClane, peanut butter. Add 1-4
haven't got what It taken. two sons, George and Bruce, who BIGGER --
suet and 3-4 of graham
Jr. teaspoon cup
have been here visiting Mrs. Alderman's -
cracker crumbs. Mix: well. MORE FUNFREEBarBQ
mother Mrs. G. W. Ald-
THIS P. E. Canova, Jr., and son, Paul erman, left Friday for their homein Drop by spoonsful on buttered
Canova. III, of Jacksonville will baking sheet. Bake in moderateoven
Baltimore, Md.
spend this week-end here with Mr. ((375 degrees) for fifteen For Everyone I
lORK SHOE Canova's mother, Mrs. P. E. Can- The Rev. and Mrs.. M. C, Stith minutes. Remove from pan at The Children

,t ova. and three sons, who have been once.

here visiting Mia. Stith's parents, Oatmeal Cookie
HAS Misses Ruth and Edith Rowe Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Brownlee left Beat one egg and add 1-2 cup Also

and Miss Enza Weaver were Wednesday to return to their brown sugar 1-4 cup molasses, .

(HAT IT TAKES! guests Monday afternoon of Mr. home in Washington, D. C. and 1-4 cup marmalade Add 1

M and Mrs. James Hair in Lake 1-4 cups flour, 1-2 teaspoon salt, BAND MUSIC A CLOWN-

ifo City. Mr. and Mrs. George C. White and one teaspoon tartrate baking -

r and daughter, Miss Frances White powder, sifted together, then 1 1.2
Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Ward have Mrs. J. W White and Mrs. O. W cups oatmeal. I'our in 1-2 cup TEXAS COWBOYS

returned from a three week'svisit Alderman spent Wednesday In cooking oil, add 1-2 cup raisins,

with relatives In Atlanta, St. Augustine and while There and mix thoroughly. Drop by I

Marietta, and other points In visited the Marine Gardens. teaspoonsful on a baking sheet
Admission-Adults 50c Children 25c
Georgia.Mrs. Bake in moderate oven ((379 de- ,

Tommy RItch, who has"spent the greea). I
S. R. Johns, Sr., Is spend- i
past few months in Charlotte, N.
ing sometime In Augusta, Ga., as C., arrived Monday to spend ten I

the guest of her son-in-law and days here with his mother, Mrs.

t daughter Mr. and Mrs. C. N. Carrie RItch, before going to Jacksonville SCHOOL TIME IS TIME j.i j..

Christie.Mr. to enter Lee High School:

i J Jy
and Mrs. E. M. Davis and Miss Frances EnUrkln. Mrs -

daughter, Miss Jean Davis, spent George Enterkln, and Mrs. Grady

Heavy Wwthrwor Sunday In Archer an guests of Andrews, all of Atlanta, Ga., were

.) Out.sol.s.emooth- Mrs. Davis', mother. Mrs. G. B. guests the first of the week of ,

Anderson.Mrs. Manasna and \
on* pi.e.Loth.r Mrs P. H. Philip
'T ( into!**. Manaaaa at their Kingsley Lake
\ a Goodyear Weft Armanda Downing and cottage.
Natural r.ton Beach .
of Daytona
son Harry .
All 9lM9
v vpprt..Tough were guests Thursday night and Mrs. W. B. Brantley and children :
I : ...but wry on .......
of Mr. and Mrs. W. M.
fh.f..'. Friday Diane and Judy, of Atlanta,
Wlmberly. Ga., have returned to their borne a,* : i
4 m .501. lo.hr after spending a few days here as
Mr. and Mrs. D. B. White of of Mrs. BrsAtley's brother-
i c...,." andolid guests
m ldtkr Jacksonville were guests Tuesday in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. E. "

What do II..r._ night of Mrs. White's mother, L. Williams. i
you desire most in
Mrs. P. H. Manaaaa. and Miss

!"your work shoe..long wear luilf-U .t..1' Mlna Manaisa.Mr Mrs. E. L. Patton and daughter,

-,.comfort..,9ood looks This itienk. nine (.oA Ann, of Jacksonville and Mr. and 71 *,,,

shoe has them all and at this bra f.c.eI.. (Iv.withts. 4iI and Mrs. W. B. Alexander Mrs. George H. West also of

Price and Miss Wilma Alexander, spent Jacksonville enjoyed a two week'svacation
it's a real value. Wednesday in Alachua aa guests at Keystone Heights re

Priced from $1.98 up of Mr. and Mrs. C. O. Dupuls and cently. While there they visited THE RIGHT SLANT ON REFRESHMENT

Mrs. M. L. Maynard. friends in Starke. / .
I Coed things from nine sunny climeI I That's Ice-cold Coca-Cola. I i
Mrs. W. H. Smith and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. .R. Struth:; and Pure, wholesome, delicious..nlth a tingling taste.. it'. only Sc. Co I

Joan and Mrs. Sam Anderson and son. Roddy spent last week-end in I to the red cooler near you and enjoy a frosty bottle of Coca-Cola now.

children. Lye] and Janet, and Mrs. DeLand as guests of Mrs. Struth' COCA-COLA BOTTLING CO. I 1 ,
Anderson's house guests, Miss parents Mr. and Mr. :J,H. Tatum. I t
5; '
Martha Burton and Miss Anne They were accompanied to De- R-iei '
Terry of Rome, G*.. spent Thursday Land by Mr. and Mrs. George I .. :I'):>.; """ =: .i'i..i.: :' ::: ._ "", -:=: 'QI ;U .!t.1U_ ..""" ...joY a a

of last week at Silver Spring Roberts and family of Lawuy. 1


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-rAGE SIX R.ADI"ORI COUNTY_ '_TELEGRAPH_ STAUKE, FLOR..JA _-__ F'1Uh- ., 1".1" ,... ..

'acreage allotment also provides : mirrors and entourages--Improvement I Dewi'y Strickland of Ocala. Mr. : LIVES1' '.rE

I II.FARMERS' SECTION 'I for nn Increase fci the allotmentsfor in the stiitc'* cattle industry -: and Mrs. Lee Dyal of Bainbridge. NEWS'1

small farms. For farms that I He\ declared that the qualityof Ga., Miss Thelma Gunter of Plant

[ have a normal production of less I animals in the exhibit has risen ( City, Miss Odessa Kelley of Brooker -

I than 3,200 pounds for flue-cured markedly from year to year, and I Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Dyal and I NEW FARM MARKET TOI>EltM1

RURAL HINTS FOR TIlEJIOUSEJIOLI :, tobacco, the allotments will be increased I that cattle bred raised and fed in |baby and Mr. and Mrs. Eddie I' Ft. Lauderdale Pompano's In a r.-( ''I, 1// \II. 'flr rn I

COMMON SENSE ) 1 20 percent, provided the Florida are now giving fast competition Wasdln of Waldo.' big $150,000 farm market will be A. Albert, t,",,, ? :'"a' r.1

( increase docs not bring the allotment to steers purchased else- Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Colson, Mrs. ready for operation in early Oc- P. Strlckln' !" !UsPmnum .

PRESENT EFFORTS ARE PERSPIRATION IN CLOTHING II above an acreage on which I' where and fed in this state. Williams, Mr. and Mrs. W. Eahk i I I tober, according to Broward County ('?,'II''?' I, ,I'In'\I' 01
IMPORTANTThe the normal production! would relatives in Trenton Agent B. E. Lawton. i
Clarine Belcher A Florida steer, bred and raised were visiting mjssioneiM I \ (
familiar of the man By equal 3.200 pounds. This amendment I by T. D. Matthews of Alachua, Tuesday. I .- hunting oi t, v",, '' ,\' ,t ,
story !
Extension Clothing Specialist also Includes a provision by in the 1939 taken to I FORCEFUL REMINDER the Deal ,, ,tnii" i\ '
I was grand champion Mrs. Truly Hodge was I I :\; q\ItJ'
who couldn't see the forest for I During our warm summer we | Pahokee,-A forceful reminderthat j '
which the allotment for farm '"sl'
any the record permittee
I show, and sold for I I: the Alachua County Hospital I 01?, a1ll
the trees is quite illustrative of must exercise special care to pro- will be reduced by an amount price of 57 cents a pound. I Monday. She has been very seriously an electric iron should be Which de III, ." In", 18)1
tect our clothing from persplra- I| equivalent to amount of tobacco I I! turned off when put away was \ HUI"d,
the point that closeness often obscures any The Fat Stock Show is sponsored ill for some time. We wish soon as ,mv i ,,' ,
tion if we are to have a fresh cool, I marketed In violation of the received by a housewife here when deer ,Kpermit ktJ
I :
vision. We may see a Nature by the Jacksonville Chamber her a speedy recovery. he will t 1" ,
I Although
crisp appearance. her house fire. Fire
caught chief
quota provisions In a precedingyear.
part bui not the whole. The same has provided this means of I Under this provision, if one I of Commerce, assisted by the !' Mr. and Mrs. Lucian Hazen of I I'B. J. Sanders said the damage no In i I",, '" 'J1tendtt''r.JInn

la true with present-day events assisting., the body to stay cool in I farmer aided another farmer by State Department of Agriculture)III Live Oak were visiting relatives i was small, however. The Iron Further longer IMP I '.J] 1

nearly always It takes the historians I hot weather, perspiriitMn. offers I selling his tobacco in any year in II and Marketing Bureau, Agricultural here Monday.Mr. I I, ignited a wall cupboard in whichit soon as PUll*. ,! ''I'' "rq.Hj

who look back over the many problems to clothes. Con- J I violation the quota law' the allotment Extension Service, railway and Mrs. G. B. Colson have was placed. out, th. i hi,,, i 1"1 1 woi
evaluate what Is stant attention is because development agents packers and I guests this week Mrs. A. ,i acconlliK .
years. ro happening necessary I for both farmers would be aft their -_ _.---.- Palatka '"ctehl
now. perspiration, if allowed to reduced by an equialent amount I buyers, cattlemen and the State T. Williams of Ohio, and :MI' and : DaiiN, \;,

remain in garments discolors, Cattlemen's Association, Implement Mrs. W. Eahk of New Jersey. Mrs. ENVOYS COME UNDER LAW .
will .
No doubt. future historians I the next year. t -
record the fact that In this pres- rots, produces unpleasant odors, 'I dealers, fertilizer concerns, I II Williams is the sister of Mr. Col- '[ Tallahassee, -- Representativesof FISH-SOMI: f ITIIUt
| The second amendment providesthat i I Jacksonville banks and others. A. : foreign countries must have We ThIg
and discomfort. I' read ,
ent time the United Staes Is makIng causes 'I son, and Mrs. Eahk his neice. Mr. ?I ''II1If' ,
a marketing quota may be I, S. Lawton, county agent in Duval, I{ Florida drivers' licenses if they other day headlik
that ,
a valiant effort to develop a The safest method Is to select :' and Mrs. Eahk and Mrs. Williams I'-I tHis
proclaimed any time from the is of the operate automobiles in this State Church Haa
general chairman com- For E,,, .
national agricultural policy that washable garments for the sum have been visiting different parts 4
beginning: of the marketing year I after October 1 when a law P@t90III.'
mlttee.COTTON. new other
will conserve the basic and valuable mer wardrobe as perspiration Is to of Florida for two weeks. They words h u,, ,,i ,
December 1 instead of between ,, a
I' becomes effective. Attorney Gen- P'O\: \
assets, its soils and its agri- easily removed by laundering. November 15 and December 1. -- -- plan to leave for home Monday. a place of wohn, : ,
eral Gibbs ruled that ray
cultural people. This It Is doing Other successful methods of avoid- : OUTLOOK BETTER MI' and Mrs. E. J Lewis and onlythose Izen and fn, n. ath II
This *
from amendment also provides I. Jefferson County's cotton crop Mae and j who have valid licenses issued in beliefs. We kn,,.. reUg
not alone to save these resources ing damage perspiration are the children, Malcolm, Iva '
for themselves, but also for the to use sheer linings across the I II (increased marketing as much as quota 10 percent may be, 'is showing much less boll weevil I Allen, were visiting in Jackson-i their own countries. are exempt. thing to say nwtav7', ,, ''!

welfare I shoulders of dresses damage than was expected and Mack worship God ', .... '
Importance they enjoy In the -[ bulltup slips,' If the Secretary of ville with Mr. and :Mrs. I I'I K .
of every clans of people. and dress shields, and use commercial -'finds that additional Agriculture the outlook for yields is much'I I Lewis and family over the weekend PLANES CRASH IN Mill-Am I great outdooiM> ,'h ,n"ell III
: tobacco Is ctaitl
The better than it was six weeks ago, Pensacola-James Austin Mer- This is true hip. ,
preventives. new and also at Jacksonville I '
Most of the traditions of America needed to meet the trade de, i I' Inh
are agricultural In character, water-repellent fabrics offer some mands. according to County Agent P. R. Beach. I rick, student flier at the naval air ship in conne \II.i ",, ,tnt I

because agriculture was the cen- resistance to perspiration. The McMullen.PLANT. Gene Long of Jacksonville was I station here was killed today in match or a fl i.im. ., -

ter of so much of the early his- action of perspiration combinedwith Another amendment changedthe .-- visiting his parents last weekend.He I, the collision of two training cidental ? Th, mutt, 'Wl idea 'II

tory of this country. It was not heat and sunlight, la highly penalty for marketing in excess NAPIER GRASS is taking. course in barber- I planes at a low altitude. Ensign make the next ? ,? one ,

until after the World War that destructive to fibers. Textile of the quota from SO percentof Three thousand stalks of Napier ing at the Florida Barber college. Dallas Laizure, pilot of the sec- stroke thanv,., efor ,

more people were In the cities of fibers are weakened, freshness of the market price to a flat rate grass were obtained recently from Mrs. Clennie Hickok was visiting ond plane, brought his damaged next catch th,' beat ',?, LJ 1'
the fabric Is lost and colors often of 10 cents per pound for fluecured the State Experiment Station for craft "the :*
America than on its farms and in our school Thursday. down without difficulty.Both groves wen, ood., 1
become faded, burnt, and perhaps tobacco. planting in Suwannee County according land and temples" and ,, .
its rural communities and small I Mr. and Mrs. Purvis of Clearwater were planes were II"i ?, slone
towns. stained. Work in connection with the to County Agent S. C. I are spending a few days near a landing field when the collision was fine for ..h, primltiv tt|

Yet those who now stop to pay Colors changed by perspirationare 1940 program is already under Klerce. ,{ with their daughter, Mrs. Rich- occurred. before he had ,mvihmg belter !

attention to the period in American difficult to restore, but treatment way and county offices will be ard Ward. <<' In our mind in contacting tobacco growers to obtain THERESSA I .. ABETHEL where
satisfactory TWISTER PAYS a
history between the CivilVr may prove m VISIT man ?tuaiu top,
and the World War cannot some cases. Usually the perspiration information on the number By Mrs. A. L. Sullivan I Callahan, A small twister "take stock 01 I inmseli t to .1

fall to note that the national polIcy of the body is acid but old I and size of tobacco barns on the By Mrs. Susie GlissoilIliggenbot I I dipped Into this community late thanks for n.,- i'
of the United State was directed stains may be alkaline due to de farm, the number of full-time Mr. and Mrs. Cecil R. Moore last week, bringing high winds thank his Makn, l'' Kig| |
composition. Follow directions families working on the farm, and and two little sons of Gainesvillewere and a rain for formal
primarily at directing I ham-Allen pelting a short worship 'i' ItCI fiffl
manufacture and commerce, not for removing acids on fresh perspiration the number of dwelling houses on I guests of Mr Moore's par- John V. Higgenbotham and time but apparently causing only those whose. i It"" llltl
I the farm occupied by these fami- ents, Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Moore
stains and for ed in
usually the
infrequently at the of I m.inotdamage.. The Nassau am. '
expense l1e8. This information I Miss R. V. Allen were quietly lit,
agriculture. Great: cities, great alkalies on old ones. Acid stains, to establish is needed Sunday married Sunday afternoon at 3:15: Motor Company's garage was unroofed -i atlon of the b< ,map
It neutralized by light spongingwith 1940 tobacco acreage Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie Adklns I but should .
transportation systems and a allotments o'clock at the home of her par but the loss was not be- < .ui i q, I't<
a weak solution of amonla, :Mr. Clayton said. and little Annette and I atlon of the ,,,
great manufacturing industry I daughters ents, Mr. and Mrs. D. D. Wood lieved to be great. Constable Lon- inn "npim'gain
were developed. The corporate I hydrogen peroxide, or soda may MOW IJ.IIHV-- Jeanette of Jacksonville spent the I ward. The ceremony: was per- nie Jones, of Callahan, said he .
form of business( grew in immense. become less distinct or even removed TO PROLONG GRAZING week-end with relatives I here. formed by the Rev. W. E. Hall had heard of no other damaged TIm HATCH lill.l
Common acids such as Mrs. of I President R "
proportions. I Josephine Sullivan of Green Cove Springs. property. '
lemon juice, colorless vinegar, and Hampton spent the week-end with \ the unexperii' ', iened I Ioernlcl
Agriculture received some of the I. I' Florida dairymen will do well to Those present were Mrs. B. Higgenbotham -
acetic acid are often effective In Hatch ,
benefits of manufacture, for mach- mow their permanent her son, C. Sullivan. i I mother of the bridegroom IIKAI) HITS TRAFFIC LIGHT to i-ii 1 11 I
inery adapted to farms wax an treating alkali stains. Soap and I' this time in order to pastures increase I Mrs. J. J. Zeigler and {' and his two sisters Mrs. Jacksonville, A lad from the activities' in t p Moil

important item in the list Conservation water, followed by exposure to their grazing capacities for the i Miss Ruth were visitors daughter'l'I, Carl Kelly of Osteen, and Mrs. mountains of Tennessee came to servers figured ht cock slip I'
will bleach
sun, generally stains
was given scant atlen- from, washable materials. Fall months, Hamlln L.. Brown, Tuesday.Mr. Leon Dicandio of this section, Mr. town recently and bumped his quiet veto so neal> n.> "no of/

tion, for It was always possible to dairy specialist with the State and Mrs. Dan Loper were and Mrs. D. D. Woodard, mother I j head on a Jacksonville traffic session that <"lIIIC'.""S8 oul

move on to another area when To remove perspiration stainson Agricultural Extension Service, visitors to Starke Saturday after- and step father of the bride, and !' light. Riding high on bales of bother taking n ''II'i| ,gain ;,

one was worn out. garments which cannot be said today. noon.Mr. her two sisters, Miss Emma cotton, loaded on a truck which he only does the bin
But the future recorders of present laundered sponge the stain when "Mowing," :Mr. Brown explained and Mrs. Jesse Adkins of and Mrs. Albert Glisson, AlIen'j told officers he boarded in Atlanta cap the national' ;j:"">"w macf.
fresh with a bleach which wtll not I Jacksonville Roosevelt and fi''I tenave b
day history will no doubt see "will discourage weed growthand spent the week-end Glisnon and four brothers, Ira Ga., the youth, who was listedas

this as an age when the national injure the textile fibre. Hydrogen It will also prevent the grasses with Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Hersey. Allen, J. M. Allen, Ernest Allen, Billie Worsham, 14, of Knoxville up-and which vinm1, n exjwto
peroxide and potassium permanganate Mrs. Maude Baker was the din- function m ., foi a l A
and David Woodard. Tenn.
policy was directed with earnestness from seeding and keep them in the bump on
are usually the most prac- ner guest of Mr. and Mrs. D. W. his term-but II <',am prom
e towards solving the problems a vegetative stage longer. Grassesin Other guests were Mr. and Mrs. head when the truck on whichhe
tical and satisfactory. Repeat If Moore which are a dIstinct menace to
i of agriculture which came when the vegetative stage are much Sunday. Chas. Jenkins, Miss Fannie Sil- was travelling passed under
machines and increased producing necessary. If the stain Is persis- more nutritious and palatable for Miss Elsie Bell Geiger was cox, Miss Ruby Silcox, H. II. Mc- traffic light. 0.1 dividual liberty It rhev m abu

efficiency had enabled a nation's tent, an experienced- drycleanermay dairy cattle than grasses that are visiting Miss Virginia Padgett of' Rae John Bowers, G. Flnley and -----. Roosevelt pointed "ui' 'nesepj
be able to remove it. Lake visions when he the attire
people to produce more of all ..... allowed to go to seed." Geneva Tuesday. I Mrs. Laura Finley. I BRIDGE SPAN FALLS signer

kinds of goods than our forefathers FLUE CURED TOBACCO; Application of 100 pounds per Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Sullivan The bride and'bridegroom received -I Green Cove Springs, Water and expressed ,ihi nope hI'

ever dreamed In of of were guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. J. numerous gifts, and will traffic would always be udminWt!
even spite I PROGRAM IS CIIANOKDKV acre a soluble fertilizer having on the St. Johns River

depleted soils and other natural N" AMENDMENTS: : i a high nitrogen content, such as Brannen Rev. Wm.of Hampton F. Minshew Sunday.of Lake make their home in this section. east of here was tied up after the There wisely are and many justly: ..nOlcattOnB'Congress I So do l t

resources. At last we have come ammonium sulphate or nitrate of 127-foot draw on the
span two-
to grips with the complex problem Florida farmers may sell with- soda, at this time will stimulate Butler filled his regular appoint- Lee gelger of Waldo was visit- mile-long Shands bridge plungedinto passed the bill large!)

of how to live with each other out penalty all the tobacco they newly mown pastures and lengthen ment at the Christian Church ing Mr. and Mrs. M. Glisson Sun- he channel. The bridge had embarrass the aJministratl

I in a world where people are hungry produce on their tobacco-acreage I Fall and early Winter grazing, here Sunday morning and evening.Mr. day afternoon.M. been closed since July 23 when which depends on national made poi

i in the midst of plenty whero allotments whenever a marketing the Extension worker also pointed and Mrs. C. Sullivan were Boree and children of Penny fire destroyed cal support, while they
approximately 1-
visitors to Starke attempt at cleaning up
production far exceeds the Hampton Farms were visiting friends in
ability quota may be In effect in the 000 feet of
decking on the eastern It
out.Other Saturday afternoon.A local politics where they get
of the world to purchase and con- future, says H. Q. Clayton State suggestions) Mr. Brown this section Sunday.Jim end. Workmen raised the draw liDe
If are
large crowd of relatives support. they
sume. AAA administrator. This Is a makes to dairymen Include the and Lord has returned to his last Saturday but
were unable to which'
friends gathered at the home of about the Hatch
change in the tobacco marketing following: home In St. Petersburg after lower it because
Miss Elsie mechanical be thing they Ibo 1
Belle a good
quota provisions of the Argicul- Dry cows and heifers coming Geiger Thursday spending several weeks with his difficulties. very
: 81,209'MALARIA evening to help her celebrate her aunt, Mrs. Jimmie carry it further. right Into
tural Adjustment Act of 1938, fresh for the first time should be sixteenth ---.----- bailiwicks Miami PostMonogrammed
made by amendments passed by given enough feed, including birthday. Music and Any one in the Bethel section own
some .
Coocoi in the U. S.ln 1038! SCIIOOL OPENS -- -
reported games were
Congress and signed by the Presi' grain, to enable them to build upa enjoyed until a late who has any news is asked to St. -
Don't dent. liberal supply of hour. Before going borne the bring it to Mrs. Susie Glisson on Augustine, The Florida personal sUtiJ
Delay reserve fat.
6 6 6' Particular guests were served with cake and Sunday, since it must be mailedin State School for the Deaf and the ery at the Bradford County Te
farmers had both care should be exercised -
START TODAY with Formerly an L punch. All voted Elsie Belle a on Blind will begin the fifty-fourth graph.BEASLEY&GAYl.

, 666 Check Malaria in 7 cIa'II.r acreage allotment and a market- to provide a well balanced I delightful hostess and wished her Monday. school session on September 5, Dr.
Ing quota of a fixed number of ration of roughage, grain, and I C. J. Settles, president
many happy returns of the announced.
pounds, and sometimes, even I calcium, phosphorus, iron and cop PARTY HELD Special
A revival coaches will
meeting will begin at IN provided
OUR MILK though they planted within theirtobacco per the Christian church here Monday A for children from Miami, Tampa,
r I acreage allotment, they Preparations for feeding and very Interesting cookery par Pensacola and Service Station
August 28th conducted by for points between.
ty a number of rural electricity
produced more tobacco than their managing cows so that they will -
the Rev. S. clUes, and
V. St. John of Starke St. Augustine, '
consumers in the
I The amendment tobacco produce at maximum capacity southwest
quotas. puts Dr.
marketing quotas on an acreage during the coming Winter, the and everybody is Invited to at- Lawtey area was held in the home' changes Settles have added. A few faculty Washing, Polishing,

tt I season of heaviest demand tend.Mrs. of Mr. and Mrs. James Rosier last been necessary
t basis, and farmers may sell I shouldbe
W. W. Packham is visiting owing to several resignations, but Greasing-Standard
tax free the entire production of r made now by all dairymen, In Jacksonville this Friday night. The affair was arranged in the main the
; week. faculty remainsas
tobacco from their allotted acres. by R. H. Smith, Florida Oil Products
Misses Maxine Dikes and Virginia last year, according to Dr.
Power & Set
Two other amendments to tobacco CATTLEMEN: OK FIXJKIDA Company rural representative tles.
Seldom Equalled PLANNING Padgett of Lake Geneva attended Mrs. Colena Wil-
provisions of the Farm Act STOCK SHOW doe
Jobs are
the party at the home of hoit, home economist of the Our Greasing
change the date for power
(., Never Surpassed tobacco marketing quotas, and put Cattlemen and 4-11 club boysare evening Mrs. J. P. Dickenson Thursday company, prepared a complete TO Tallahassee OPEN NEW INFIRMARY with the best grease none!;
meal using the electric ,- State College can buy.
I the penalty for excess marketings'on already obtaining steers and roaster for
a flat rate per pound insteadof making plans for the sixth annual Miss Ida Hogan was transacting after which she explained in detail made Women officials have

PETERSON'S a percentage of the gross price. Florida Fat Stock Show and Sale business In Keystone and Lake the operation of the roaster and the plans to move equipment into

I, t The amendment which makes to be held In Jacksonville February Geneva FrliJay. how the food was prepared. newly finished infirmary THE

DAIRY the market quota the actual production 27 and 28, 1940, according to C. Sullivan, Andrew Sullivan I During the course of the mealan of built as a PWA project at a cost

i on a farmer's tobacco word reaching the Jacksonville and Felix Sullivan were visitors to Informal discussion of home Is of 106000. The infirmary, which JEJLEAC

Chamber of Commerce.The Jacksonville Friday. lighting, small appliances and concrete, brick and steel con-

INSUHE program prize list, and -.- home cooling was given by Dan Tudor struction and is planned along

7 WITH I' rules for the show have been DROOKER ROSA rural sales representative four Gothic lines, consists of

JOHNS & WAINWRIGHT I printed and are available in of- By Mrt, L. Parker from the Palatka office. Mr. old stories. It Is adjacent to the

flees of county agents and of the Ross explained In detail the cost Infirmary which will be con-

FIlm LIFE AUTO. LIAISILITY ISONDS I local civic body, it is announcedby The Ladies Aid Society met at I of operation of each Item. .I verted Into dormitory rooms. The

*' E. C. Harrel, assistant industrial the home of Mrs. T W. Markey. Eighteen guests were present at new building will accommodate 60
Phone 13 STAKKE, FLORIDA 1 Prizes Tuea, ,_ AIIO'1'. ..'. i II .. .....n _, I this enjoyable affair. students and_ IA vrwt...' '- "- ft
secretary. totllllnll'I ( % wv u.wvr u- amongwhom "=
-' I around $1,150 are offered to cattlemen !I I, l kllb": most ;t'the members was T. K. McClane, Jr.,Ithfl j ready for use Wlth't'hnih... of I

r : ,| and. 4-H club feeders who present. Mrs.! G. E. McGauley.pr Bradford County farm agent. fall term, Sept. 11. Special

-I BOREE FUNERAL j exhibit. The committee hoa de- |I Midem.\vu_ In charge of the .- -...,-.- .-.-------- features. of the new Infirmary In1 1 r's
HOME elude
I uldort that only ctMTs entered in;'meeting, After( alt business had County Jail Painted an operating: room;" a largesun i JACK:
Fall line of Cn-tln-M .t:: l'ndrrtahr StinnUo the I been trans.u-ted deck; rubber tile I,
show will be permit te<.i tu the| refreshments The metal roof of In-
\P A1R1JLANF: M11l1iE. ale next year. Ice box pu'lilfrti!, cake and ofI I jail w.i" painted with the county I tt uniinunii ating telephones, a"! ( !
lvfl a Incl'f>
The show were .wrv d 1 The u"ed quuitors. foi both .
: 131 1'HONi,: 181 and ante will be held next meeting coat of aluminum this week, and tnts and pati- Ervj'
: 1 at the Farris and Company stockyards will be at the home of :Mrs L. L windows and front staff.MILLIONS. -
O. II. UF.NNET'hrr.. received '
green I. I
| the Parker, August 29. All SUM
same membersare
"A HOME-LIKE: :: INSTITUTION"SPECIAL shows have been staged. previous i. asked to be present. work trimming. The contract for the : USE TIllS COMFO:
was awarded to Dewey Get relief from
Harrell said today the Florida j We are glad to report that :Miss Williams by the county Take acid-Indigestion. radio..ndV.
Fat Stock Show and Sale both Joella Harry is up and about i loners commUi Blama-Rex, the 4-actlon ant- with lnn.raptamp.

I again. -_. acid powder which neutralizes Bunolns I

I IS L'S SCHEDULE:: A fish fry and birthday dinner CARD OF THANKS acid, expels gas, relieves heart- ,\.. ; iD

North UouiulLeave wu given In honor of T. T. Dyal We, the family of the burn and soothes the stomach. COCKTAIL OUNGEa"4
Starke: 2:45 a. m., 12:33: of late little
Gainesville. Buy Blsma-Rex SHOP
Wesley Dyal of Jack a SOc COFFEE
! YOUR CAR LUBRICATED FOR 35c p. m., 1:30: p. m., 3 p. m... 6:13: Graham, and little Jacqullne I deep Surrency and sincere wish to extend our I'I'I for 50c at the Rexall Drug bottle Store

,', p. m.. 10:13: p. m.Sout'b Dyal of Brooker last appreciation to -
the Carpenter's
Saturday I
GAS AT A PRICE YOU Bound night at the many friends not only in Drug Store In
CAN AFFORDTO home of Mr. and Mrs. 'Graham but also in Starke. Mitel ronm-C
Leave Starke: 2:20: a. m., 10:20a. : T. D. Dyal. Statke and

PAYSmith's m., 2:20: p. m. 3:20: p. m. The dinner Jacksonville for their many acts -
was spread out In of
Vest Hound and beautiful floral
TallnhaaaeaLeave the open under the big oaks. FUNERAL DIRECTOR
during our !'
Starke: 5:35 p. m. arrive Those recent be- se
enjoying this affair &Iy Many to
Team M
reavement. Experience: Makes It Possible for

Garage For free: pick-up p. m. service (with- Mr.Evelyn W. of T.Waldo.Wa dln.Mrs.and Annie daughter Mil with May each God's richest blessings!! be EFFICIENT.. PROMPT and COURTEOUS SVIMODERATE \1C'

in city limits) and everyone. PRICES
pbon Lacy Conway liard of
Trilby, Mr. and Mrs. Bert
agent. I Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Surrency DeWITT
Stokes of Brooker, Mr.. and Mrs. and family. C. JONES
BUrke, Floridae'

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( -r HEILBRONN I Its Planning" and "Farm Re-

CHURCH DIRECTORY & NOTES cords"; Comer Ferryman "Ath--
By Mrs. L. Gatklnn Letter BoxEditor
Boy ScoutsAt letlcs" ; Buddy Davis, "Path
"Woodcarvlng" "Athle--
The P-T. A. of the Heilbronnschool i Flynn
1 METHODIST PRESBYTERIANRev. EPISCOPAL CHRISTIANRev. tics" and "Pathfinding"; Sonn;: '
\pTlST Rev. Frank Robinson Chas. H. Allen, Rev Fred Yerkes Jr held Its first monthly meetIng "Personal Health" "Firs TelegraphDear
1 "i8ntoot1'paet PastorE. Rector S. V St John at the school, August 4th. the regular weekly meeting Haynes, Sir:
(J I K. Ferryman Pastor Sunday School Supt Pastor I :sf Troop 70 last Friday nigh' Aid" "Public Health" and "Ath--
+uvrndal Officers elected to serve the following is
Who| responsible for the
Sunday School
fhomst Oen Superintendent Organist Miss Ella J. Sa.>. Supt with one exception regular letlcs"; "Buddy Davis. "Pall
9ctnde of Church School Mr*. B. M. Davis Organist IIfn. Ira Wilson year were: President, Mrs. 1 every JOOK-Joint" ?
>I It I "
Mrs. Sunday School member of the Troop was present Finding "Woodcarving, and
'ii Church School James Carlisle !
1rnlnlf Church School SuptRoy J. C. Jones; Vice-President. Mrs. The following was asked me bya
d s ". 10 A. M. lIo1athews Service 10 o'clockWorship I This is the best record of attend "Athletics"; Leonard (Sonny),
Morning Worship Service Otis Morgan; Secretary Mrs. Ai pupil In my Sunday school class.
Church School Sunday School. Every 3rd ance in a number of weeks and It" Peek, "First Aid" "First Aid to
11 Tralnantel Service, 11 A. M. Sunday Mrs. H. II.
10 A. M. cll Norman; Treasurer "Why do they blame us young
10 M. 11 o'clock
Evening WOFahipServIce. A. a. m. Is that at the next meeting Animals" and "Woodcarvlng"William ;
P Mon __
'DO 8:00 P. M Morning Worship Sunday. 11 A. M. 8:00: o'clock: p. m. Keene.A people for the jook-Jolnt, we resent -
nlnl service M Young, Peopl* 11 A. M. Fridays __ 8:00: P. M. Prayer Meeting committee was appointed I to the report of attendance will be Baker, "Handicraft"Charles ; the Inference. Didn't the old- .
p fdetlnwrid. League Meetings Sigma Chi 7:00: p. In. Holy Days-.io A. M. Wednesday Night/ 100 percent.The (Casey) Jones "Public
rep ) 8:00: o'clock er people vote for repeal and not
O 1,14. 7:00: P. M. meet Miss Hogan at Starke In regard Health," "Rowing" and "Hand!-
called to order
Prayer Meeting of getting our cafeteria meeting was us, they caused: this condition to
canova Wednesday 8:00: P.M. by the Scoutmaster, the Rev.. craft"; Lester (Buck) McMillan,
MISSION HALLSponsors We all feel this come about and now they blame
M0111hnri started
F. H. Long, GOSPEL TAB.Rpon.ored CHI:ncu OF CIIIIIST again. and
Mrs. Frank Robinson, and the entire "Pioneering, "Cooking,
Powell OrganistMrs. : by Harry Pickup, would mean a lot to the pupils as of allegiance "Rowing," and "Athletics.." us whether we go or not."
the -
Choir Deacons Jeannette D. Mr. and Mrs.J. Mr. and Mrs.J. Pastor I well as the parents. Each child body repeated pledge There Is much food for thought
KIncaid Choir Director T QuigleyEvangellstls Bible 8 to the Flag and the Seoul The following boys were awarded -
Klckll1etC T. Qulgley Study p. can be served a warm meal everyday here, thank God many of our
C V halrman I Mi*. E. K. Perryman, Bible Study each each: Friday and Service Sun Lords Sermon Supper' and 4 The m'l at the small cost of 5 cent oath and laws. After brief talk advancement In rank at the young people do not visit such
rd a 1Pawellee. Assistant OrganistiBob Tuesday evening 8:00 day evening 8:00: evry Sunday'; p. each. Miss Hogan stated we by the Scoutmaster, and several ; Main Court of Honor held In the places, but many do.
cheers led by the Cheermaster,,
-- - would be able to run the cafeterl Duval County Courthouse on Mothers and fathers all over the
-- In about 4 or 5 weeks The project Buddy Davis!, the boys enjoyed Thursday night: Eagle Scout (the I land are bemoaning this fact, and
MISSION HALL AND METHODISTCHURCH half an hour of outdoor games 1 highest award In rank that Is of-
Is In Washington now are their
up .i seeing: young people
Jones TAHEUNACLKTuesday under the direction of the Junior
Girls will be employed by the 1s. fered by Scouting) Frank Robin- ruined by these places. Yet manyof

r: NOTES Y. A., and the supervisor will be Assistant Scoutmaster Frank RobInson eon III: Life Scout award to these same parents voted for
night the Rev. "Pat III and the Senior Pllb'ol'
Buddy Davis, George Flynn Comer -
a certified WPA worker.A repeal! of the eighteenth amend-
ments On IsereHereafter Wlmberly and the choir of the Morning service of worship was to Leader, Enos Hayes. Pl !'ryman, and Sonny Haynes; ment to "save" their young people.
committee was appointed
Franklin Street Baptist Church of conducted at the First Method see about getting the patrons of Following the period of recre- Star Scout award to Charles They now have something far

Jacksonville conducted the regu Church last Sunday by the paste this school to each furnish abou ation the boys again assembledand Jones Lester McMillan, and Sonny worse than the saloon and multiplied -
editor read recently a lar service. The meeting was held the Rev. Frank Robinson. The plans were discussed concerning Peek; First! Class award to Billy thousand times.

fntnt e from Dan Gilbert con in the Tabernacle Instead of tlie, contribution of A. W. Anderson one school dozen posts as to the fence School the the closing out of the Scout Lee and Bryan Harrell; Second I The a people who voted for repeal
ng, an address of welcome Mission Hall. There were abou Jr., operating the chime equipment | Board will furnish wire if patron year in October In 100 percent Class award to George Powell. It and those who did not vote at all
by (ttu president of a cei- forty In the group. They rend and the excellent rendition style. Attendance for the year I, l.s of special Interest to note that I are responsible for this situation.

Teachers!< College to the li ered several effective musical of special selections on the organ will put It up. has been extremely good and dues every rank that is offered by the I What are you going to do aboutit

,g freshman class. Read can- numbers with solos, duets am by Mrs. E. K. Perryman adde This met with the approval or are well paid up. The evidencesare I National Council was earned by ? If the repealer and till,..nonvoter -
the word, from the lips of quartets varying the program. effectively to the atmosphere of all patrons and they agreed to for every boy having good attendance one or more boys of Troop 70 at I have any respect for ttiem-

pearer Accept absolutely -Wlmberly brought the helpful worship in the service. The pastor get posts and put up the fence. for the year period and this Court of Honor. This is an seveR and any desire to save their

ng until vou have proved I I It I and inspiring message of the used as his subject "Th After the meeting adjourned< for every boy having paid his duesIn outstanding achievement and one I young people they will blame

ur jwn satisfaction. Take hour. His text was John 7:37: Ethics of Jesus in the Twentieth refreshments of cookies and punch full for this period! The workIn that brought praise on the mem- themselves and do something to

ng on vout parents' says-sc I "If any man thirst, let him com Century." Dr. Drown of Emor were served. the patrol rooms under the direction bers of Troop 70 by the Scout these evil, traps before it is too

our minister's. The maims, unto me, and drink." Jesus said University branch located at Oxford The P.-T. A. will hold Its of the patrol leaders has Leaders of the North Florida late.

Is and itherwlse of the al! -' also in His Sermon on the Mount, Georgia led In the morning monthly meeting the first Fl"ldny; been going forward in an excellent\ Council Area and from the officials Mrs.: A. Wood.

wise men of old have no "Blessed are they which do hunger prayer. Other visitors were welcomed afternoon in each month. style and the displays of wood and of the Court of Honor. A .--
the present ag< by the The about making great deal of effort on the part of
jing foi and thirst after righteousness: pastor. evenIng Mrs. J. L. Gaskins was a recent trees are completed LAWTEY'
.shave ,:hanged. What was for they shall be filled." There hat service was conducted by the visitor to Jacksonville and while several excellent displays to be the buys of the Troop has been In Ulllliuit Bill fliinuner

yesterday is not true today; the root of every mail's desert pastor using 113 his subject "Dis there was the guest of her sister, added to the collection of the evidence during the last months fly ( )
was right yesterday Is not a thirst for better things All 01: clplet today Have a modern out- our striving Is that wt might was a feature of this service. Plans were also discussed concerning standing ircords of 11 advance
and children ice at the school
Mrs. J. C. Jones cream supper
and a modern mind. Don'ty each a higher place in life. Man The Prayer meeting service spent the day recently in Jack the Troop Committee exJ.minatlon ments )in rank (including the rankof cafeteria Friday, August 25. All
moral standards which are is never so hopeless than when hi Wednesday evening was conducted : meeting of Tuesday Eagle) and 38 merit badges invited.

f date Let experience be begins to doubt his aBlliiy to live by Mrs. A. Wood!, bringing I a sonville.Miss Gertrude Gasklns was the light at which time a record number during the month from July 18 Are Miss Omega Duke of Cocoa U
The president ccollegi above the sordid vanities of the and for advance through August 22.
gUI.I'! most helpful Inxplratlonn of Miss Effie Crawford at of boys appeared spending her vacation with her
Is, not only a moral world. As long as he has hope) of message to the assembled con guest Bootsey's Beach Sunday week. ment in rank und for merit Scouting Is promoted not only )in aunt Mrs. L H. Kutch

ceJU'' nt ,IB a plain, ordin- Improvement he Is on the fighting legation. Mr. and Mrs. W. Norman: and judges. The following boys satlx- our\ own community but on a Mr. anti Mrs. M. li. Plummer:

ever nay; ,:ontemptlble fool line. nut it is essential that one Next Sunday morning the worship Mr. and Mrs. Half Carrol were {actory passed the examinations world wide basis for boys with have been visiting ichttlves at

,ago DO' rust any man wh should know where he can find service will be conducted by; visiting at the bedside of Riley or these ranks: from Star to Life the purpose of developing character Wllllxton.Mr. .

s i such statements with my; the way to better things. If a I the pastor assisted by an anther Johns / in Bootsey's Beach las1 :rout, Buddy Davis; from Stnr to and training In good citlzon- and Mrs. L.. K. Futch were
laughterJem Is he must know .Ife Scout Flynn from hip. For those who are not fully
or person thirsty rendered by the choir. Special week. We are glad to report Mr George ; visitors In Lake Butler Sunday
in that college who en- where he can find the water ol I organ selections will be heard and< Johns Improving at present.A Star to Life Scout Comer Perry- familiar with the objectives and where Mr. Futch conducted church

''ie laDoiiitory' and experiment refreshment Many are like alone the service will be opened and< crowd from this sec nan; from Star to Life Scout, purposes of Scouting we cull your strvlct's.
chemicals without traveler lost in the desert, large Sonny Haynes; from First Classo attention to the Scout Oath which
certain closed by the playing of the tlon attended the funeral of Mrs The first edition of the "Fresh
,g mv: attention to the exestr wandering around thirsty and chimes. The evening service will 3, H Thompson of Woodlawn, al ; Star Charles Jones; Lester IH' taken seriously by every Scout; man" (Lawtey school news) was
made In the past by the parched not knowing where he be the fourth Sunday feature Saturday aft- Buck) McMillan; Leonard (Sonny 'On my honor I will do my best: a big succesa. Everyone: Is glad

ers it ,chemistry will ben might find a spring or an oasis. service conducted by members of the Dyal cemetery ) Peek; from 2nd Class to First t. To do my duty to Cod and mycountl.y ;.o see such fine work from our

K( atoms. "Certain cheml Many, too, are constantly deceived the Young People's Division. Th ernoon.Mrs. Rosa Rolph left Saturday :lass, Hilly Lee Bryan Harrell and to obey the Scout school boys and girls.

must not be mixed," the by mirages upon which e pastor will introduce the theme of morning for her home in Spring !'rom Tenderfoot to Second Class, Law; 2. To help other people at all The Lawtey Junior High diamond -

er says All of the advanceIn man may expend his energies the service and the Young Peoplewill drove, Va. after spending the 3eorge Powell. times; 3. To keep myself uwuke physically andnorally ball team cordially invites

science Is built upon the without slaking his thirst. World have charge of the worship past two months here as the guest The following boys satisfactorily\ strong, mentally" everyone to attend their opening

fiences and experiments omen ly pleasures, the gay social whirl Special music will be rendered by; af her son-in-law and daughter, passed the examinations for these straight. fame in Hampton tonight.

[ who have gone before are such mirages. The only one Billy Smith at the piano; Grace Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Jones and Merit Badges; Frank Robinson, III With such a high guiding! principle Mrs. J. K. Shuford of Jackson-'

re are laws of morals will who..can. satisfy the longing soul Dew on the violin; a duet plane family. 'Animal Industry," "Woodcarvng is it not the duty of every Mile has been visiting her family

h men have experimented In and the parched thirsty lips Is and organ will be given by Mar Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Moody and r ," "SurveyinK"; Enoa: Hayes, citizen: In our community to help here this week.

past There are certain thing Jesus Christ. The whole human t l lie Hemmlngway and Char let children of Vineland were visiting Camping," "Rowing" and 1'ion- here fine boys to attain u profllency i-
and certain thing and and vocal Thomas Jr. "Wood- : in observing such an oath, operation in the development of
are light race Instead of fighting Render reading, poems tier sister Mrs. J. L. Gaskins and lerlng" ; I'
are wrong There are cer wearying themselves in a vain selections will be given by other last Friday. Mr. Moody :nrvlng," "Cooking," and "Pion- md to help them in every project'ind this Troop and extend our thanks
family '
character chemicals that men search for that which they cannot members of the Young People'i laving been called to the bedsidef ring"; Michael A. Dew, "Camp- undertaking that will be for' for your past support So, for the

tried (c mix and in so, dolnj find ought to turn to Christ whois group. A cordial Invitation Is extended his father B. J. Moody of Bel- ng," "I'athflnding," and "Handi- their continued growth along '! velfare of these boys and the betterment -

wrecked their lives, and cer able to satisfy all the desire ( to everyone to attend any more who Is very ill. ruft"; Leonard Smith, Jr.. "Farm theMe lines? We earnestly solicit of our community let us
mixed In of '' "Farm Home and pour continued mipport. and co- continuo to BOOST SCOUTING.
character chemicals of the soul. and all of these services wor We are sorry to report Mrs. tome Layout, .
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lives it citizens have blasted "hlp., 3verett Silcox on the sick list. We ,

lies. The principles of right T.\ EItX\CLE Additional chime equipment was wish her a speedy recovery I f

wrong[ an internal. It alway The regular services of the Tabernacle purchased this week by the COEDclalls. Dr. and Mrs R. P. Taylor of

ten wrong to steal. It never' were conducted last week of which Mrs. D. P. Carpenter TtickHonvllle were business visit, I t,

be ighi under any circum by the local group. The studiesIn [ Is the teacher. Chimes are ors here last Friday.

es tc violate marriage vow the book of Ephesians were played at the beginning and close Mr. and Mrs. J. L Gaskins and

\perlmem. with moral loose .:ontlnue<1. it each Sunday morning worship hildren: were visiting her parents

previous to marriage. Next Friday night the portionfor service and u half hour chime concert vlr. and Mrs. L. M. Murrhee of

.it your experience be your: study will be the last half of is given each Sunday afternoon lootsey's Beach Sunday night; ,

the president said. Hov the third chapter: Sunday night from 5:30: until 6 o'clock Elder Bert Rawla of High I

u young person get experiences the first half of the fourth chap. Additional equipment will be added Springs filled his regular appoint- U.S. RUBBER'S GREAT NEW TIRE VALUE

he observes the experiencesose ter. from time to time making the ment here at Union church: Saturday ,

who have gone before or -.---- chimes: more effective as a means and Sunday

he notices his fellow stu NEWS OF of worship to the people of our Mrs. Pauline Rhoden has returned -

as they try out In the lab lommunlty.: to her home in Jacksonville

>ry of experience the mixing BAPTIST CHURCHAn We are deeply grateful us a after. !spending' several days hereas

main character chemicals In hurch: for the opportunities af''orded the guest of Mr. and Mrs. M.

own lives or unless the( excellent crowd was In attendance us to be of assistance tour Ihoden. THE

1 person enters Into the ac at the Baptist church > community life and we encourage Mrs. J. C. Jones and children

experiences of violating th< last Sunday to hear the guest; attendance at our services pent Saturday In Jacksonville.

1 code himself? No wonder "pecker of the day Dr. Danila 010 that a more effective program '

courts of America are fillet Pasco, Secretary of the Young of activities may be promoted. VANHEKBILTBy 1 l ,1 li

juvenile criminals.Is People's Union of Roumania --- .-- Miss Vrlmu Norman

a piiv that the president of speak on "The growth of Baptist HAMPTON -

o'legt' who advised the fresh work In Roumania" and( "Persecu-j. By Mi.H A tin Nlmmoiixxls Mrs. Charlie Alvarez and childen -
( make their own expert- tions to work In I of Daytona Beach are vislt-

''s an(' jay no attention to any Pascu left Starke on Monday to ( Stolen ng Mr. .and Mrs. R. M. Alvarezf

bushed! moral code, could not speak at the Orlando Chamberof Mrs. J. V. June's store was en- > this section!'
Toiism, into court and tried Commerce that day. and has en ered and robbed last Saturday Mr and Mrs. F. M. Norman of AS

.I1emlt.' party to the viola gagements in Orlando Ft. Pierce light of more than $40 worth of Vanderbilt were visiting Mrs Inez j
before returning Low
of the law for which some and West Palm Beach good consisting of money, cloth- )Celley of Rising Sunday after- 90

[none 8hmen will no doubt to address the America Roumanian at i ng. cigars, and cigarettes.The / loon.
lied som. day Human nature Baptist Convention of entered sawing' :.Ira. Susie Sapp has returnedo
foot need much of a push or Its annual meeting in Akron Ohioon 'I, thieves by window. I her home in Vanderbilt after I I tM .,: I
bar out of a rear
a cross
'downward road to hell. Goc September 1. of and made their exit tailing her daughter Mrs. Jim $ 'iII,
Union opened i fi.THMG
f I (ih best of young people U : The Baptist Training Invited all rhey hrough the rear door leaving it i Wainwright of Heilbronn Springs.
local church has Juanlta Johns of Pleasant
tempestoua the Miss
years of high all churchesof Sheriff Oscar Andreu, waa i WITH YOUR OLD TIRE
't' of BYPUs In ipen the week-end with
and< members Galley spent
'o'lege need to be ad- dls- '
[, at notified immediately after the r
be guests
to keep the moral brakes this Association to lisa Ruth Alvarez of Vander- .
has not
and In but ;
of fellowship overy:
fa* instead an evening llt.>
of told
being ,, to date.
date set for this ;uilty parties I of
e your own lives. Go to it, spiration. The from at the Collie and Cecil Manning (.mkitt sid.oslb tltiktlf higher)
;as you please. Let your ex- gathering of young people There will be a working his section and Jack Underhill
Association Is September Santa Fe Cemetery on Wednes- In Jacksonville on
Ice be your guide." the entire 0 t Rising were
15. A local committee Is lay. August 30. All who are In- uslness Monday afternoon.Mrs. .
arrangements and pro created are asked to bring a I Edwards of Starke
Lloyd .
working on >
work HI/K: Pltl1: HI/K: I JCI( K
unch and come prepared to Mr. and
was visiting her parents
BUSINESS gram.A -- -
special collection for the Educational I all day If necessary. I Irs.. Ury Reddish and family .1,75.19 _$6.10 -'.;-1.50-21 $6.2.1; 1l

Building Fund; which han Marcellus Fletcher of ver the weekend.S. ---
DIRECTORY already surpassed $600 since I who has been spending QUlncY'1 J. Norman and daughter of 4.10-21 $3.60: .1.50-20 $6.00

March 15. Is to be taken at the with his cousin Bruce Maxwell re-' 1'leasant Valley were guests of
local church at the morning wor- I urned to his home last Saturday.The Mr. and Mrs L. L. Renfroe and 700-1; $13.15 0.50-1 $10.80

ship hour on the first Sunday In ,I Rev. W T McGuire of family of this section Sunday aft-
*, hoped that the fill his regular
+ The drInk September. It is acksonville will rnoon.
a, offering will bring the figure to appointment at the Christian Miss Iris Sapp. of Jacksonville \ n

that where l.OOO may be In that fund hurch next Sunday morning and pent the week-end with her parents t

1. This will give a Everybody Is Invited.Mr. I Mr. and Mr. Kllery Sapp. VALUE
I everybodyknows little over half of the cost expected and Mrs C. H. Perry, of i Mrs. Emory John of Pleasant
the new annex to the Mrs. Per- 'alley was visiting her mother,
for visiting
Alvarez Sunday. 1
)frs. Sarah
r't church. .--- ry's sister, Miss Ophelia Bryan __ ..fMITK'K- I MORE MILEACf. rO. MOil COMfO leeks* i, see TIM ..m... U.S.UflfllM .
TJI.'NKSe last Saturday I. 6 IHA'? KIM rot NIW tTMAMUNiD'BtAUTY 1 ...... Ea""F 2 ..1.*- 1 I
: ;
OF to the.lot ,
5 CARD J.V.. Home on going lee, t.
our deepest will be a working at Hope I II
\"/ wish to express I milk his cow last Monday I There .
to .. .ll
the :
Sl+ thanks to I at Theresa Friday. I
;ir and mow heartfelt I icrnlng. found that the gate was Cemetery
( t.( ( friends who stood by u$ so I' missing. Later: eptember 1. All persons Inter- .A.
) ft many and the cow
BOT. CO. 'opt'n
faithfully before and after and the ; on In the day she was found on fitted please come and spend the :I CONWAY'S SERVICE STATIONSTARKE
WE ARE death and burial of my wife the opposite sale of town. She day so that we can !get the cem-

PRESCRIPTION our mother. Mrs. S. H. Thompson.flow- : was all dressed up with a red tery clean. Bring tools to work

EXPERTS and for the many beautiful 1 1era I I andana handkerchief tied about Ith. FLA.

CARPENTER'SThe which were and sent love.S. as a token I,I her horns and shoe strings tied t Committee C. Sullivan Chairman., __"U __, ..111n. ,<__. _._ _. ....
of friendship and f amuy. I to the handkerchief.
Recall Store H. Thompson


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r New Armory Will 24 hours. Fuel oil used was 6-I Roosters "Suicide'u FOOTBALL CALL to be held' ". qom
Starke's house t, ? ( ;
Bradford County TelegraphEstablished This Week 600 gallons, or 216 gallons per 24 Two fine white leghorne roosters o'clock 'laV ,
I Be Completed i a
hours, at a cost of 5 cents per accidentally hanged themselves ."s ""ran
rally ,
? r wn
1877 (Continued From Page One) gallon, $1080; making the cost within the space of a few weeksat ISSUED be i I 1811'
lions besides the headquarters per k. W. h. $..0066."Lubricating the home of'W. D. Faxon east ?( rnerBete
Published' Weekly on Fridays and Entered as Second Class section which occupies the com- oil used during of town. A rope with a slip I placed u.I, an
Matter at the Post Office at Starke FloridaE. manding officers quarters, need- July was 90 gallons costing $.44, noose, for placing around the' BY club. I metyyebrReappointed

ing quarters: the radio, wire (tele- $40.23; about three gallons per horns of cows while milking, Is

L. Matthews' '- _11--: -- _-_ -_-1---Editor and Owner phone), message center and intelligence day, or $1.34, making the cost for regularly left hanging by the Fax-I .

-- -- ... .-- -- .. -- -- -- -- sections. lubricating oil, per k. w. h., $000- ons near a feed trough. Corn in Light Drills Begin W..M
SUBSCRIPTION RATE To Landscape Ground. 83. the trough attracted the roosters Early Next 'IHII I Walnwtltlt

The floors and walls downstairsare "Cost of plant labor per month and while pecking around they reappoint i ,? 9rH.,

Yearly, $1.50; Six Months, 75c-Payable In Advance as those of the upper story, (regular) is: 3 plant engineers; 1 evidently placed their heads In JVeek week by i 1-1Ww, Coaehfouryear

Advertising Rates on ApplicationLET'S natural stained wood. The lower superintendent; 1 lineman; 1 helper the noose. In their subsequent I, Is t .rm Mt Wain
around to free themselves First call for fall football weU-knl \\
prac- "
story ceiling is exclusively of Cel- ; ; 1 bookkeeper; total cost $513.- flapping born 11pm orb
O-Tex. Light and ventilationhere 00 or an average of about $17.00 the noose was tightenedand tice will be Monday afternoon, and r 1"'alOj ,h SIaItL,

IEEITilE COUNTY HEALTH NURSE too Is provided for by many per day, making the cost of labor, the roosters strangled to August 28, at 3 o'clock, Coach owns a sumnw! Home 011

Just as everything was apparently "all set," guaranteeing windows and for night illumination per k, w. h., about one cent. death. Both "suicides" took place John Wlhittemore announced yes- ley leisure Lake ,tnl' enda mutt
attractive the of two weeks. Light drills will be firstin time oereS&sS'Sa
there are two or more within space terday.
retention of the county nurse for another year, a monkey "There are always some incidental their
practical globe fixturesin The Faxons now place order.
wrench was thrown into the works in the form of the each room; both supply and expenses, such as lamp I where it is not so easily available. Results of spring practice Indicates -

eighteen-months-continuous-employment ruling of the recent dressing rooms have six each. for bulb equipment replacements; extra; repair labor; truck parts a good spirit and desire on I I

Congress, .making it obligatory for WPA to withdraw its Topping the building on the i expense; line supplies; freight, Christian Church the part of the boys to play foot- :
front center Is a 16-foot steel ball, and. prospects seem brightfor :
financial support. taxes, etc., average about $100.00 The morning services of worship
flag pole. As Che armory is 43 mills Christian Church an equally heavy and yet faster -
per month, or about two perk. the First millions
Early in the month, delegations of interested citizens I feet high this will -make the flag w. h."Our. lat were conducted by the pastor, the team than last year, Mr. Whit- years, have of tf

had appeared before both the County Board of Public In- wave 59 feet above the grounds, cost of electricity at plant, I :Rev. Victor St John, who used temore said. Keen competitionfor Malaria. .SlfWINTERSMni I'
which incidentally, are to beauti- positions Is expected with sev- only 50( :
Commissioners and hadr his subject "Work. The Rev.
struction and the Board of County therefore Is about two cents. las I in from
fully landscaped next month bya assisted as elder eral new boys coming you that it's
Kate W. W. Doughtry
:iceived a virtual guarantee that these bodies would continuet professional. Secured to the "Our plant The Cooking officials have never I,and Judge G. A. Gardiner and the Lawtey. Hampton, the State That''sur

leir contributions to the nurse's salary. This agreement, building's roof in the rear is a 12 felt It good business to build up a| Rev. Mr. Williams as deac ns. Farm, Brooke, and other schoolsin
the that WPA would foot antenna pole for the radio of the Lord's Supperwas the county.
r iwever, was given under assumption range and water-heating demand The worship
'ntinue its financial assistance substantial portion of the aerial. through low rates. That is, rates observed at 11:45.: Coach Whittemore said: "Be-
Some of the interesting statis- :
of losses through graduation -
'pense. When the word arrived here that the county nurse tics about the new National below cost I The Sunday evening services cause. we will naturally have a lot I TONIC
"An electric to be at-, were also conducted by the pas-
month's rulmg' is was Guard Home Include the facts range material to work with.
t wjld be affected by the eighteen tor. The subject "Repentance Ex- of green
tractive, must have a rate of not;
that 80,000 bricks were used and
i iturally a big disappointment and a severe setback in the 117,000 feet of timber were laid. above one cent per k. w. h., and i ceptlng Jesus" was used. Nevertheless have fairly, we successful expect Starke season.to FLORIDA THEATTiiGAlNKSllUJC

opes of those who had worked hard to see that she was Although construction was be- this Is below cost in Starke. With,I This coming Sunday and also The policy a of football will be the pfd

tained. gun in December of last year, it the many very satisfactory gas;II the first Sunday in September the same as that of last year: To de- Program for IIWN'k\
has not taken nine months to com- and oil stoves doing practicallyall i Rev. Jake Thomas of Jacksonville ,\u"u
clean bodies, physically 20, 1939
The fate of the county nurse is now entirely in the plete the building, for no work an electric range can do, and.'will conduct the morning and velop, mentally, morally, and

funds of the School Board and the County Commissioners.F.ither was done either in January or at a cost which is equivalent to I evening services. If you have not spiritually."We ,
electricity at 1-2 cent k. w h., I been attending these services be 'I'
she February while supplies and steel per
must make her salary between or
: they up this in Double
frame were being awaited. The there Is no reason for the city to i sure to hear the Rev. Mr. Thomas. are year IViiturc 1'/01/
must The assistance received from WPA was never Intended consider having at our disposal, a new athletic .
go. tioiil
Aetna Steel Company of Jacksonville a range competative rate'l 'HrtOFIi( : |g,
as anything but a temporary aid to counties, and erected the steel girderworkearly although the city has ,' liirthsallt. field second to none in the "\\'.-\\. 110SOl')

it would later. The at- in March tend since thenwork up a cooking rule of 3 cents state, and equipped for football,
knew that cease sooner or
everyone and Mrs. Alton D. UoDua, baseball, dlamondball, and track.
k. w. h., net.
has per
titude of WPA is that after a trial period, during which the gone rapidly forward. starke, girl, August 15. Flood lights for night games will ,t'S trn&6"ISL..1NI
DrUewuy and \\'alks Our Rater
services of health be System I I Mr. and Mrs Robert Waldon, be Installed, and bleachers with a
benefits to be derived from a nurse can Both stories offer 12,040 square "Our plant also handles the city.

weighed, the county should be able to decide whether or rot feet of floor space, 6,020 square water supply, which is not a pro I Starke Mr. and, girl Mrs., August George 17.W. Rhame, seating "capacity Mr. Whittemore of 500 wll con-be ) OF LOST)

it is worthwhile to assume full financial responsibility.After feet to each story. A ten-foot- fit producer. It Just about car- i Hampton, girl, August 15 tinued.erected '
I wide cement walk will lead from ries Its own expense load as thereIs a'I' I Nnaq,
I Mr. and Mrs. M. C. ,
I Sweeney
seeing the interest manifested by delegations from :1 the highway curb to the front en- a considerable care and replacement "The boys will do their best to CAUOl t.u. ARr'p'
I 15.
Hamton August
varied parts of the county at the recent meetings of the two I i trance, and a frvefoot-sldewalk I expense, us well as main- I Mr. and Mrs. V. E. Williams, have a good teum ,and the citizens 'IS

boards, we are convinced that a majority of the citizens of: will bo laid next to'and parallel tenance expense which calls for Bradford County, girl, August 15. of Starke and Bradford Countycan
with the curb extending 70 feetnot.th practically all the income. greatly influence the success "IN X.\ME OMr I
Bradford County are aware of the benefits to be derived I Mr. and Mrs. L. Z. Williams,
of the corner. A five-foot of the entire undertaking by being
"We have
an adequate supply I Brooker, girl, August 16.
from employment of a county nurse and that they would be walk already exists beside the pure water which Mr. and Mrs. William Harris boosters, supporting thjp school, n dnrrhl

unwilling to do without one now. Members of these delegations road south of the building, and another passes the monthly State Board of,I Crawford, Starke, boy, August 22. and attending all games possible," Tu'I"H' ,Syr
will be laid around the build- Health tests. I the coach concluded. JEANBTTK.. ,)
had no ax to grind, and they were thoroughly of the inspection I ONAI:
ing from the main entrance to the NK "' ..WVKOX
will be sale in
"There tickets on
are some Items which ,j Season
opinion that the services of a health nurse are essential to kitchen door. A drive-way is be- Tuberculin TestingDr.
will call for a considerable expense'II several places of business throughout -
the well being of this county.In ing constructed from Conley before many years Our present'I! J. Calm, district health of- the county, beginning Wednesday |I', MVRirThurmlii

order that the general public might realize some of Street (behind the Armory) to the elevated tank will have to have I I fleer, and Mrs. J, L. Sogaard August 30.
district of both
supply room loading entrance on supervisor nurses
some extensive repairs for it has i]I .-
the benefits to be lost if the services of the nurse were discontinued the north side. with the State Board of Health, ) a PrMlf

we publish here a brief summary of the work accomplished The only thing to be overlooked. We been need In service an additional thirty-three elevated years. I were here Wednesday at the office Hampton Club of the LOUIS III.nK'.KTT, :tt: ,111; ..Hi

through this office during the past few years: It Is said, Is a drinking fountain. tank at the north end of town of the county nurse for the A. B. Simmons, president
Club an- I''
484 visits to maternity cases ; 755 to health supervisioncases I' There is not die in the building. where, by storing water at each I purpose tests of and administering smallpox toxoid.tuberculin nounces Hampton that Townsend Congressman Lex "MAN IX THE IRON ItDON'T |
Headquarters Company expectsto
; 283 to morbidity cases ; 355 to tuberculosis cases; 186 move Into its new home next end of the system our present 1 Nineteen tuberculin tests were Green will be the principal speaker -
small mains
will be able
to :
to orthopedic cases ; 1, 486 office visits; 1,340 hookworm month but the date of the dedication ply more water at any point sup-!I run during the day. at a rally of the organization..

examinations ; 1,276 typhoid innoculations; 850 smallpox ceremonies has not been set. should our,fire truck have to work, .

vaccinations ; 1,070 diphtheria innoculations; 935 Schick After however the, local there unit will be is settled"open, and appreciable! length of time' NOTICE I TRUST'
during a large fire.
Having two
tests; 35 crippled children attending clinics ; 22 crippled house" for a long period and the elevated tanks would make it easyto P

children hospitalized 70 tuberculin tested 18 cases x-rayed public will be cordially invited to
; ; remove one from service and Once more I come before my friends in Starke

3 admitted to tuberculosis:' sanitorium ; 5 diabetes cases receiving visit modern and building Inspect Stnrke's moat do routine repairs. Under the I I and ask for re-election to the position of City

insulin ; -1 children in the Florida school for the deaf we present have layout no satisfactory, if this tank provisionfor fails I Marshal in which I have put forth my best efforts

and blind ; !0) Red Cross closes conducted.It I Hope Expressed That Starke maintaining a constant water i for many years. .1 111I

would be a backward step indeed if this great serviceto I Will Someday Be Tax Free pressure on city mains." ,
I Recent Improvement I can only pledge myself to continue serving to I
the discontinued
community were we-sincerely hope
(Continued from one)
page "The city officials have- recently the best of in the future I have done I / Y/ '
I that our county boards will find it possible to continue their ... purchased several and my ability as I /EI
i investment in good health. have good equipment and a comfortable transformers which are now larger being : in the past. I feel that the fine votes of confid- I

0I reserve capacity."A Installed on the lines. Many new ence that have been given me in the past electionsare I
plant must have
I DRIVERS MUST SOON BE LICENSEDThe at least 100 percent capacity. poles are being installed to replaceold proof that the citizens of Starke appreciate my I q''!
ones and must
we larger
Mechanical or electrical failure use efforts, and I believe that they will continue to
time is fast approaching when it will be necessaryto poles now to meet truck hazards. I

buy a drivers' license a new obligation placed on the may of occur at any time from any We are also"obliged to replace I support me in the coming election.If .
one a dozen or more, reasons
Florida motorist by the last legislature. There has been and the plant force must be able copper many of to carry our lines'wltb the Increased heavier load I do not get to solicit your vote personally,

in the of application blanks and theyare to transfer the load to this reserve !
delay preparation
some for we are building up Increased I hope you will accept this message- as my earnest

not yet in the hands of the county judge' but it is expected Interrupt equipment service promptly on consumer and not load all the time. We are selling I request for your favorable consideration in the

that they: will be there oon, and every driver mus* lines." 200 k. w. h's. more per day this : September 12 election.
summer than we were a
have license October Hlxtory of Plant year ago. .
a by } "The history of the plant shows .
To obtain a permit, the driver must state that he has "When this electric plant start increased demand for electric i A. L. ALVAREZ
ed 33 years ago the only servicewas
driven an automobile at least one year without an accident, for lighting, and the plant service. Each year finds the

that he is physically and mentally able to drive, and that he did not operate during daylight plant Increases producing, but price more.has Volume been : CHIEF OF POLICE

knows the traffic laws of Florida. Incidentally, it might be I hours. It wan not until 1922 or growing less year after year. I
about 17 years ,ago, that the 24 I ,
a good idea to brush up on these laws in the meanwhile so hour service was started. Todayour Back 18 years ago the price was

that the applications can be sworn to truthfully. Here are homes, offices and shops are 22 cents per k, w. h. for all used. COME IN TON
Today the price is about 1-4 that:
the principal Florida driving laws in abbreviated form : equipped with labor-saving appliances figure. : LifeGuards Save You K
\ that use many times the J
"The closer our citizens follow
k It la considered reckless driving for passenger cars to exceed volume of electricity that lights the plant, the more they know ENJCYHEKErtnTiNrtERQ Tall f 1s

a speed of fifteen miles an hour in the business section consume In fact, some appliances about It and the more thex: can out ol libGuat opal

of a city, twenty-five miles an hour In the residential section carry perishable! materials appreciate its serviceand* lend a your M*

and forty-five miles an hour on the open highway or ten that depend upon electrical re- supporting Interest in its management ;i ATHALL'S aletf .
frigeration. Lome consumers have r.
f miles an hour ut intersections or' on hills and curves where In its further development, your tie
motors or other tools which oe
the view is obstructed. are and In the future financial secur- pion BOW
dead when the power Is otto We I daps
Two front lights and one rear light must be In work- must keep the lines hot 24 hours I ity of Starke. RESTAURANTCHICKEN CASING FAILS! Q ;d;

ing order at night on all cars. The front light must be adjusted per day" ,, I You car'

I to enable them to beVmaJe dim when approaching another Our EquipmentAs NEW HOUSE ,I muchoS'

car a mutter of plant inventoryat gafawl Ira9r
I Hand signals while not required under the law, are a the present time we have: One I I STEAK your you tanI Ilns

matter of common courtesy and a safeguard. The left arm 100 horsepower, 60 k. w. unit bolt of lightning late Tues- Big Juicy Western Plate caul' Lelan

extended straight out indicates a left turn; extended up, a which U 17 years old; One 240 I day afternoon played havoc on Plate Lunch _u___ 33c Lunch ___________ 25c I TUBE BLOWS! ? yudh 1p
horsepower ISO: k. unit North and
; Tight turn; and down, the Intention of slowing or stopping. w. which I Church Street temporarily i Regular Dinner Regular Dinner with I a00
Is 8 old One 300 with MOOS
years ; horsepower paralyzing Carl Ritch, plumber, I rot d

It i is hoped that the new license law will help to keep In- 200 k. w. unit which Is one year burning out light fuses wrecking plenty Vegetables 50c Potatoes and Vegetables50c' .one 1R.G .
old. meters, and
badly damaging a new
off the road. eranr
; competent drivers "The three units are driven by house being built for Mr. and I pair

0 Diesel engines, using fuel oil. Mrs. J. P. Warren. m cabotakr

GOING AFTER THE PROFESSIONAL "DEADUEAT i They are all built by Fairbanks- I, Evidently following a wire into STEAMING HOT ROLLS I II
I f
Morse Company. the Warren house, the lightning AND DELICIOUS HOME SAfl ON
Starke merchants and professional men are seeking to MADE PIES
I .It may be of interest In orderto struck the east gable ripping up I arrOUARDIr
protect themselves from bad credit risks by uniting in an acquaint you with the progress roofing tearing away siding and HUDDLE CAKES

association, the purpose of which is the compilation of data made In efficiency during the past then followed a zig-zag path I GEORGIA HAM AND COFFEE :

showing the credit rating of every person in the community. 17 years: The oldest unit produces through the house. Plaster was Only 25c n
6 k. w. h... per gallon of damaged in several rooms.
, No man who makes an honest effort to pay his debts need fuel; the 240 horsepower unit, Workmen had already left for' i,

fear such a movement, but it will be sad indeed for the few eight years old. produces 7 k. w. the day, so no one was injured at 910

deadbeats who make the rounds, abusing the credit extendedto h's. per gallon of fuel; and the the Warren house. However, :Mr. SANDWICHES SUNDAY ONLY : Low cost... ?
new unit produces 11 k. h... Rltch.
w. working on plumbing at the t
merchant and then the other.
them by first one per gallon of fuel, or almost new home of T. F. Landrum on Bar- B-Cue Pork SAVE AT 7HZ
11' It seems to us that such a local credit association I is only double the oldest. Svch! is the an adjoining lot, was severely 13c BAKED DUCK : THE GOODYEAR DI

a following the ancient rule that "Self-preservation is the first progress being made by development hocked and lost the use of one Hamburger ________ 5C I

law of nature," and there is probably not a merchant in town engineers In Diesel engines.. arm for several hours. He was Hamburger ___ ____ JOe DINNER I II Register Motor
Lost of Current
holding a piece of copper pipe at I
who would not be richer today if he had had the benefit of "It may also be interesting to the time the bolt struck. u6

such information years ago.Ve welcome the "Retail Mer- know plant costs for producing -- --+----_---- Roan ER
chants Credit Association of Starke" and wish it a long and electricity. During the month of Engraved sympathy acknowledgements HA L L SON Telephone
July the plant produced 49.870 k. at the Bradford County BERRY MARKET -
successful life. w. h's. or an average of 1,609 per I Telegraph. i:STARKE,


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