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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: September 1, 1939
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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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 )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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I BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH






1877 u.; we should quietly hear both aides. "Goethe E. L. Matthews, Editor and Owner
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5INTY-ONE STARKE FLORIDA FKIUAV.' SKl'TKMUKU: : J, 1939 NUMBER FORTY-FOUR

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HALF HOLIDAYLABOR I I BOY, DOG AND SCHOOL MONDAYThe

MEMBERS DAY DISAPPOINTINGCOTTON dlsconso- (Drivers' License


Practically all Starke Merchants late young Jman(

WIRECREDIT signed a petition circulated by CROP pictured above Is .
Sale

Chief Wednesday of Police agreeing A, L.to close Alvarez at I William Andrews Anthony and the I tOn Tuesday

noon Monday, Labor Day, for a BEING PICKED dog is his pal -

half holiday N. N. Prevail, i iI Mickey.seated on They're the J I SKEET SHOOTMONDAY Cost 50c; Obtained
manager of the local A&P store
From County if
sidewalk In frontof
said this business would be clos- ,
Are Only I Roll Weevil{ orse I Bradford JudgeThe
Terms ed all day. Most Starke stores

o IJ Percent Down, closed last year tor a Labor Day : Than Ever" Say I High, School and r.ily i The Starke Gun Club will sponsor -

in 21 U os. half holiday. Farmers William's expression e v, o I a public Skeet Shoot Monda;; new Florida Drivers' Licenses
Rest Is all to indicative will sale In
--t -- [|[ mimm| -i-jl i I afternoon, Labor Day, beglnnlni.at ; go on Tuesday

for farmers along Rotary Governor \ Bradford farmers last week began that j at 12:30: o'clock P. M. and lasting;, the office of the County Judge In

news Rural Electrlficadmlnistratlon the task of gathering the school opens until dark, L. B, (Red) Alvarerpresident the courthouse E. ){. Perryman, '
posed line r Monday. William of the club, said yester Bradford County Judge, said yes. "
extension andto g + small 1939 crop of snowy white I the son of day terday. If the answers to the!

rooke 'o New River Sea Island cotton; small primarily Mrs. J. M. Lar- questions asked in the applicationare
Springs is Everyone Is invited to come out
Hellbrona statement Issued I f"e because of the greatly reduced : antaux will be and take a few shots. The even satisfactory a license will be

ed In this 100 : Just 10 years old usual at the oldairport Issued for 50 cents to All Drivers
Agent T K. acreage year--only acres I will be heM aa -
fyby County i the twentynintho
et except chauffeurs. Chauffeurs
as compared with 435 last year about a mile south of
Jr f this month, I
e. .' licenses are one dollar each
tbose Mr McClane said, Gn and 1050 acres in 1937-and because and is in the town.
I
:,ve signed contracts to re- : t4$ of the heavy ravages of the fifth grade. No- d t r Judge Perryman received 3,000
from this REAd t it application forms and 3.000 licenses -
tice that the dogdoesn't
electricity who ever hungry boll weevils, said to 706 REGISTEREDHERE Tuesday of this week and
those propose
all of I seem unhappy -
wired be worse this year than ever before was In receipt of a telegram of
v have their homes i n ite efforts as does
deal desperate I Instructions from D. W. Flnley
11. Term require 20 down per- made to stamp them out. Unfavorable the boy but tat--.. _.. w a t FOR motor vehicle commissioner and

f the total cost as wet weather has also men bIlckeyknows I executive officer In charge of license -

it the Balance to be paid I damaged the crop, County Agent I dog-school ,will not open any time soon! I !sales! Tallahassee, stating
; Installments CITY ELECTIONLight
equal. monthly T K. McClane said. "Application forms and licenses ,
charge for credit WRECKS
Interest TWO
e Hopeful Bradford planters raised STARKE IAN shipped you yesterday. Begin '

5 percent will do wlr- I the 1050 acres of cotton in 1937 OVER WEEKEND sale of drivers licenses September -
rat contractors and the bad weather and low Italloting Is fifth"
and it Is only neces-
credit contact the County Agente ,k prices delt a discouraging blow to II COMMITSSUICIDE Eight persons escaped serious Expected Tuesday, The application form is 8 Inches

arrangements I their efforts, resulting in the 435 Injury In two automobile accidents September 12 long and 5 1-2 Inches wide and Is

Agem McClane also acre crop last year. But bad I I occurring here- over the filled out in triplicate. The questions -
fly weather and the boll weevil found. I asked are name, residence
,II| a plan in which houseIn week-end, the first of which happened Only n small portion of Starke'a
of twenty or JAMKS: .\. FRANKLIN' that crop also, and few Indeed address, date of birth, sex, race
groups done by lowest I were the farmers this year who' --- Saturday night, when M, I 706 qualified electors will go to color eyes, color hair, weight and
ull'' 01
contractors, thus lower- decided to try for a third time to I John Glisson Shoots C. Thomas, 17 son of Mr. and i the pulls here Tuesday, September height; are you applying for an

coat rt( the homeowner by ROTARIANSWEDNESDAY raise Sea Island. This year the Self In Head Mrs. Mallory Thomas of this city I 12, to elect a mayor, city operator's license or a temporary
boll weevils swarmed from the crashed into the east railroad Instruction permit?; have you
work and
rg the cost of SlllldayOverburdened clerk, marshal, and two councilmen -
torests where they hybernated I ever been licensed before as an
i signal-light block on Call Streetabout
,die for the contractor. a do to lack of high interestin
during the winter and in spite of 11:30: o'clock. Young operator or chauffeur and if so
l result of quantity work. domestic difficulties the races, only two of which
by
I the arsenic and syrup mixture Thomas was returning home at I where> and when; has your driver'slicense
aslant also urged poten- John Wesley Glisson, 54, are contested.
1 furnished farmers by the govern- I ever been revoked? Have
the time, and was driving In the
tomers along the line, and shot himself in the head once Chief of Police A. L Alvarez
ment made great inroads on the been
I HEAR FRANKLIN, center of the street When he at you ever refused a driver'slicense
r else contemplating the In- 'small crop. And then came the Sunday morning at 11 o'clock, tempted to turn (the car Blighty to 'I has an opponent, P. S. Denmark,, and if so why and when?
on of electrical wiring, to 'I dying Instantly. The suicide occurred making a bid for the post he has
I' rain. The boll weevil usually the right In the usual manner to Are you a habitual drunkard or
to an understanding with I punctures the bloom of the at the home of a brotherof around the cement- block in held for nearly 20 years; and n an addict of narcotic drugs; Have
ctrlclan doing the work in Fort Myers Man I off the deceased, Calvin Gllsuon, pass third man, O. L. Beusley, has en-
cotton plant, causing: it to fall the center of the road, his steering you any physical defects which
10 the manner in which the 'I three miles east Of Starke. tered the race with the two Incumbents -
Discusseslistory and as the boll is produced from locked, making the accident might affect your operation of a t
done in order that it will' gear
The believed W. M. Edwards and W.
the bloom there is cotton. The man despondent vehicle
Of Club no unavoidable. The car was a total motor and If so, explain.
EA Inspection. A letter I I rain lends encouragement to the because his wife had threatened to L. Wall, for two city council scats
loss, an the frame was warped, The application further asks
y him to tamers along the leave him, came into the homeof to be filled. Deasley is a former
I and wets the cotton.
reads James A. Franklin, District Rotary weevil the front fender, axel, radiator, were you ever adjudged: to be afflicted
: his brother, with whom he councilman.Dr. .
know the I Governor, was the guest It is freely predicted that this hood and light was smashed or with mental disability or
you already I lived, asked if his wife was there, ;
W E. Middleton Is a candidate -
marks an end to the efforts and serious damage disease? If are j
Electrification Admlnlstra- and speaker at the: Rotary Club year bent, was so* you now restored I
I and upon receiving:" negative reply for reelection
the Woman's to make Sea Island cotton a done to the motor. The loss was as mayor and l to competency as provided
Wednesday .In
I
meeting
ag surveyed:\. the...,jrlght-of- : I went into the bedroom, sat Carl Johns seeks reelection us I
I cash In Bradford Coun Insurance.The law? Do have
is Club BUlldiJig. Governor staple crop not covered by by you good general -
line which
ir the! power down the edge of the bed,
upon
clerk both without
Fort : ty, and thus gives triumphant victory I city compe- knowledge of Florida traffic h
ed to pass your house. Sev- Franklin Is from Myers. I took a .38 callbr pistol belongingto second accident occurred tition.
-opIe have started wiring Ills message Wednesday reviewed once again to the boll weevil himself, and fired a bullet Into between 4 and 9 o'clock Sunday laws. and regulations Are you

omes, This is perfectly all I the 'history and start of Rotary over the attempted comeback of his brain behind the temple and afternoon at the Interaction of Last year 725 Sturke citizens able to read highway signs. signal -
Paul Harris a king cotton. were qualified to vote in the city *, and warnings? Approximately -
ut I would urge you toa showing how I just above the ear. He fell back roads 13 and 48. A 1939 Dodge
definite understanding young lawyer in Chicago, set up I County Agent McClane said It across the bed dead. occupied by two men and two I II election. The decrease of 19 Is how long prior to making

'our electrical contractor j the first club 31 years ago, and Is likely the co-operative cotton I Sheriff A O. Andreu and Judge women whose names were not I due to the number of numes hla: application have you driven !

the materials he is putting how today the Rotary idea has gin here would operate, probably E.:: K. Perryman the coroner, I learned, coming from Ralford! did' stricken from the registration a motor vehicle? and (In conclusion !

cost of each outlet and al- I grown to Include 5,000 separate ,I after Labor Day and after this I were summoned and the death not heed the stop signs placed by books for various reasons last ) have you operated a motor

C It understood that the clubs, with 200,000 members year would possibly be turned to was pronounced suicide No Inquest the roadside and In crowning' the month by the council and to the vehicle In a satisfactory manner

he is doing must pass the resident in almost every country I other uses. Just who will manage II III was held. Jacksonville highway collided with small registration (only about for a period of not less than a

inspection In the past,, in the world. Germany Austria, I the gin has not been deter. Funeral service were held Monday the rear of a 1939 Chevrolet, driven 25)) thin year. The complete list year 1 ''of I

contractors have wired ; Czechoslovakia and Italy have I mined. M. P. Matheny of Madison -I I afternoon at 3 o'clock from by a man, who with his wife of qualified voters' will be foundon The applicant for the license

houses and the inspectorthem !'ruled out all organizations, in ''I has been the gin's manager the KIngsley Lake Baptist Church I and small daughter, were returning page 3 of thin Issue of the Telegraph must sign the application In the
,
down as being,- I would not like to see no longer In these countries. I No prediction was made as to ing. Interment in the Kingsley The driver of the Dodge was heldat --- --- administer oaths, and if the

,ppen to you. Governor Franklin covered the prices, although Mr. McClane Lake Baptist Church Cemetery fault and paid $10 for repairsto B. H. S. OPENS person deal ring a license Is under

JOU do not have a written basic set-up of Rotary Club servIce could make money at followed immediately afterwards. (the left rear fender of the MONDAYNearly 18 years of age, a parent or guar-

eat with the man who Is vocational service, communityand 20 cents per pound if it were not Pallbearers were A. O. Andreu, Chevrolet. Damage to the front dian must also sign; the forms.If .

your house and it does not international service and for the weevil. The average price A. J. Thomas, Kennlth Grlffis, of the Dodge was estimated at 1,000 Bradford County the application is satisfactory -

pspectlon then he is not ob- much advice for betterment of the last year was 26 cents per pound.:' Mallory Thomas, Fl. L. Lee andJ 175. children and young people will be the license, a 2-Inch by 3 1-2-

to do It over If you have local club was given. He Is an Last year the first cotton was W. Bowers. The Boree Funeral -.-.- -- present at Bradford High SchoolMonday Inch card stating the name, ad-

Cement with him, he must easy, interesting speaker, and his ginned at the co-operative here on Home had charge of the arrange ROAD 13 for the opening day of dress and description of the holder -

wiring that will pass in- speech! was well received. I Labor Day and ginning was com- ments. Survivors of the deceased the Institution's 55th term. Clauses Is issued for 50 cents. The

n. If he doesn't, be willaired pleted in about four weeks con- Included his wife, Mrs Ruby IS NOW OPEN and enrollment will begin at 9 license Is signed by the county

to change it until it CEMETERYFUND sisting of 80 bales which returned Green GlIsHon; four brothers, Calvin o'clock A. M. at which time all judge and also by its own r.

pass inspection. It would I to growers $8,350. Chenley. Kldry and Marlon Road 13 Is now open all the way I students are expected to be present Every person operating a motor

''X be advisable to have it NOW $127The In 1937 220 bales were producedin Glisson all of Starke; and two from Starke to Gainesville, although and dismissal for the day will vehicle on the public highway Is

ted ia the contract that generously responded I Bradford and brought farmers sisters Mrs. Leila Boree of Jack- the five-mile stretch from be an hour and a half later, at required to have a driver's llo- !
public Waldo to the south end of the"
mtractor himself will of about 24 sonville and Mis Saddle Murrhee' ease unless he 1 is operating a
pay made for funds this $21,560. an average 11:30: o'clock. There will be no
I to the.appeal concrete Is composed of the lime-
vehicle for the
rpectton fee. Homes have re-fencing and 1-2 cents per pound of Starke. opening exercises due to the small motor Army Navy
week to be used In rock base the slag (sur
only, a
umed In all of the John GllsHon was born September or Marine Corps; Is temporarily
parts Lake Cemetery, II The total acreage of Sea IslandIn scaling capacity of the audit
Crosby have not
I cleaning face rock) and asphalt
because clilvlng a road machine, farm
of 1885 in and
detective wir- committee in charge of the state this year has been 10, Clay County orium.
and the an' yet been applied. This workIs I tractor other of
one or Implement
cannot CO
be careful moved to Bradford
too donations composed of estimated at 12.500 acres as years ago. I to next week Term schedules will go Into effect

iog his house. MIsa soliciting Amelia Ray, secretary, Mrs. I against 19,000 In 1938. Planting He was by occupation a farmer I and expected It Is considered begin! likely that Tuesday and school will convene a lUMbandry nonresident on the highway; valid or IM
having a
Present plan Is and member of the Bethel I
to
list was a
some southward
Miss Evelyn Marion County each at
morning
or R. G. Kidd and from the road will be closed from, regularly driver's license Issued In his home
thirty homes which are tb all who have condition, but Baptist Church. 8.35 o'clock until 3 o'
fired and have Stump, is grateful are In fairly good .___._. I Waldo to Gainesville during this : lasting tate or county.
tore bid the electrical contributed. I those from Alachua northward I II I period, which Is expected to be clock In the afternoon with the October 1 ia the deadline for

''Otinued on wiring these Getting down to serious business -I are In "spotty" condition as a result SCOUT WINS less than a week. I exception of a lunch hour beginning rcuilng drivers' licenses, but the
on page eight) In the late Spring, the at
appointment cold
of
their noon.
-. following I HIGH HONORFrank I The road was cloned from I public will have more than thirty
last week, the committee collected i early rainy season which favored Starke to Waldo and traffic routed ( ,K. L. WlUUms, H. II S principal lays in which lo secure licenses,

FOOTBALLNNOUNCED I $67 this week, bringing the total I boll weevils, and migration of weevils Robinson III, 16-year old i around by Keystone Heights ) called to the attention of which Commissioner Flnley this.

amount on hand In cash to $127 a week or 10 days earlier son of Rev. and Mrs. Frank Rob- three week ago while the slag parents: this week the section of week said, should give ample

which was acknowledged to be a I than usual. inson of this city, was awarded and asphalt were laid over the )j I the new School Code passed by time for all drivers to secure
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esti- I
John M. Whittemore good start toward the $300 I -------- ----- the highest rank ever achieved bya section of roadway between these the recent session of the Legislature heir licenses.

hand of the 1939 Brad- mated to be necessary to carry I NINA BISHOP Staike or Bradford County boyin two points. )| regarding school entranceage. Drivers' licenses will be numbered -

:gh out present plans. of last The Code provides, he said, In the used
School Tornadoes, an- AT TENNISNina scouting Thursday night Road 13 was closed and repair same manner
l,I the schedule of football Those who made donations this WINS I week In Jacksonville, that of work begun last January 18, but that children may enter school if tor' automobile tags; that Is, the

to be played by the local week are Charles F Pace Mattie WashIngton Bishop proved herself an Eagle Scout The award was is now complete, with the exception -I they are S years 9 months old on InItial number assigned to a county -

tool team this season. Five D. C., $20; Mrs. L. In the art of tennis here made by the Main Court of Honor of the stretch between Waldo nr+ before September 1 of the yearn for tags will be the Initial number -

nine games will be played Markey Lake Butler, $1.50 Em-; 'Tuesday expert by winning the finals in I of the North Florida Council and the concrete highway, and ) which they are entered. When used ofi its drivers' licenses.

ground O. Powell $5: Mrs. Florence County Women's i Area held In the Duval County open to traffic. the children are enrolled the birth >ads county will have "1" for Its
Bradford
opening game of the season ma Canova $5; Mrs. Lorena Ep Tournament the (singles), although; |I Courthouse, Judge J. Ollie Ed- -+ certificate must be shown as Initial number, Duval county "2",
Dowling
Played' here I. person $5; Mrs S. S of To munds presiding. proof of age, or, If such a certU tad the state office at Tallahassee
Friday Sep- 12 age. Teacher
Wall Is years College
r $5 W. L. she only kale is available, a certificate "
; not
29. worked .
against Green Cove $2; H. A. Bishop Nina, she to the Eagle Scout Robinson will use 68" Bradford's license
Smith $5; Mrs. Vonda win the finals Miss Inee Frink of this city from the attending doctor will .
Toe other $5; W. P. and Mrs. H. A. himself to this highest; pinnacle eilgnatlon number la 45"
games are: J. of Mr.
Peek $2; daughter of the eleven new
be
Mrs. S. L. tenderfoot will one serve. The law that
Opponent Where Inman $1 second two of scouting by starting as a requires every
the
Lake W. Andrews Jr. $2; Mrs. Eunice I Bishop, won Johns, November 11, 1936. He advanced teachers at the Florida State Colt t Principal Williams stated that driver! shall have his operator's I
City There Mrs Ruby
1 Bunnell Searing $1; T. J. Griffin $2; Mrs. : three sets from the semi-finals. to second class rank in lege; for Women at Tallahassee 160 new books have been added or chauffeur's license In his immediate -

Jennings Here Here O. W. Alderman $5: A. J. Thomas the other victor 4 to in 6. 6 to 1, and 6 !I February 1937, to first In May this year It was announced thlsrweak to the high school library, and possession at all times
W. E. were will be ,the
Reddick Here ,$1; T. T. Long $1: Dr. ., Scores I II 1938. to Star In September of the Miss Frank '' nave been catalogued. Books maya when operating a motor vehicle

High ( Middleton $2; Powell Carpenter to 2. j'. same year, and to Life Scout the commerce teacher at the demontratlon :: oktalne the first day of school. and shall display the same upon, J
Springs Here Nina
I finals succeeds Miss ,
10 t : In reaching the de'I'I rank immediately below hl. present school and Likewise, leO books have been emand of a Justice of the peace.

F a. Jasper Sch. There $10.Some of the above citizens do feated Freddie WImberly, her | position, last December. lie Martha Menendez, who__ resigned tided to the elementary libraries. I peace officer, or field deputy or
{ Deaf There
and Marjorie A.
Palatka There not own lots or have( relativeAburied : ter Dot Bishop, defeated I Is a member of and Is Junior Assistant I Class rolls are already made out nnpector" of the Department. All :

3? ':te new B. H a., foot- at Crosby. I Stump. Mrs and Johns Mina Manassa. ]. Scoutmaster to Starke's Gels Post anti posted on the respective ->'uce officers are charged with '

'Kat: located ----.-- Evelyn Stump Troop No. 70. Edward R. Neff of Itoneflsh I :!ansroom doom to assist returnIng the enforcement of the act.

"" lIt. ry building behind, is being the Half Holidays Over I Women's doubles were begun I ____-e-- i ii Key, project engineer for the ;! students In finding their ways The law makes It mandatory for

lm'ard rapidly' and when Yesterday, Thursday was the I Tuesday with Marjorie to defeat Editor AwayE. State Road Department and a j I brut more easily and with lens' he Department to revoke the llcnse ,

.'e.! w.., be equipped with last halt-holiday of the summer bona Manassa and pairing Lillian Sternberg:, L. Matthews, editor of the I former resident of Starke, was onfuslon. All new high schoolUndents '. of any licensee when he has

eta In order I custom here for many Mrs Johns Telegraph, left Saturday for notified Monday of hU appointment are urged to have copies been) convicted of manslaughteror
that Starke As Is the to 2 In the only
I have, 6 to 0 and 6 of it credits from other schools Inland ( negligent homicide) resulting-
'n.ht I this year N Y. where he will( as temporary manager
;; games Coach merchants Finals In theladles' Brooklyn.
re L,J not state which by years agreement, closed their stores l match doubles played.will probably be take a short course at the School the Overseas Highway, effective in order that they may be I from the operation of a motor !
I..twit: half day off { 1. i orrectly registered. (Continued on page eight
::.dat games will be, and given clerks a played this afternoon (Friday), 'of Linotype Instruction Sept. ,
night
since last May.





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BRADFORD COUNTY TEUCOItAPII. STAKKE. FLORIDA \ \!
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PAGE TWO 1'T11IBFg

p..nsn ... 11'n.tTh"
I RECOGNIZING IVY BHJPHBment' of the lIal ,,
I BOA DRAIN and oak may erty under the Bald ,' l ,
poison
Poison ivy
BOREE BROTHERS TO STAGE RODEO LABOR DAY By Mrs. Z. Z, Grlffls be easily recognized by their dark, ccl ford Wall In the name of H. / : ,

I shiny leaves, which are composed Unless* Bald certificate .. ,

.. ... -., -......... .' Mrs. W. A. Brown and childrenof and by redeemed according to ', 1,,
; leaflets usually, ,
; of three
"" 'J" ., ; : sis property described therein i .
S her '
visiting 1
." av Orlando were ,,
r .M'W. ," their whitish waxy looking berries Mold to the highest bidder I l, I, 5
.....M y ", ter, Mrs. Z. Z. Grlfflsi last week court house door on the ',
Not all poison ivy plants I ,,
"
.. : aid'! of this week. day In the month of ;':
I
... ;.,"" part have berries but all have three which U the 2nd., day of < i, i I
'
"jJ' Mrs. E. E. Lee and children of I 1935. i .
oak
\ .J: leaflets to: each leaf. Poison Dated this 17th day of ; 'I t I
.' Bethel were visiting her son and I ,
"" 1''''' leaves resemble oak leaves more 1939.OFFICIAL. r
'. and Mrs. ( SEAL) A. J. I I
daughter-in-law, Mr. :)
closely than do those of poison Clerk of Circuit Court of ,, I I >
\.ri.y.: .'J.:>- Ralph Gainey Sunday.Joe I ivy. County Florida. 8-18 1, 1 r. t

,( It.: ... ". Grlffls, Jr., of Jacksonville, --.

..' was visiting friends in this section -' i1"001' Excuse No'riB: OF APPLICATION "
TAX IIHKIlHrnmtf
-'. Sunday. Husband-I've brought you this ( mil No.le3): : I, '

Mrs. Ralph Galney and childrenwere beautiful string of pearls for your NOTICE IS HEREBY; i :
That A U. Ludwig holder | I, i !,,
1 visiting in the Bethel section, birthday darling. Certificate No. 167, Issued .
,' I wanted a day of September A. D. ,
know
9 .Y { Saturday. Wife-But you filed name In my office I I

Miss Ruth Morrell and Melba motor car.HusbandI. made application for a tax : i
he .Issued thereon !Said .
Prevatt were the week-end guests know, dearest, but embrace the following :

fo Mrs. L. O. Tyre of Florahome.C. I've tried everywhere and can't property In the County of '
ford, State of Florida, I
A. Grlffis and Zenas Griffis I get an imitation car.Vo'rl'E. Kant Half of Southwest ( r''"

were business visitors in Green, Section 12 Township 8 I "
I flange 22 Kant, containing: 80 ', \
Cove Springs last Tuesday. TO WHOM IT .MAY l.'ONCEUN: : : more or leHH. I ,
Notice 'IH hereby irlvpn. that I The assessment of the '
: of
Mr and Mrs. Lonnie Tyre I ,
< a a jir' ; have filed my Final Accountingwith erty under the said )
rLrVEt '' Florahome were visiting Mrs. the County Judge and will on ed was In the name of ,

Tyre's Mr. and Mrs John 1 the 22nd day of September, A. D. Army. ) I
parents 1I! :i9, file petition with County Unless said certificate i I ..
t Prevatt Saturday. I I fudge of Bradford County Florida, redeemed according; to |,:| I '

f ,' Dan Boree was visiting in this for Final Discharge an Executrix of property described therein. ) : i I ,
XN3t. the Mutate of I.alla It. Chace, do- Hold to the highest bidder | ,
section Monday morning. <.a..d.. court house door on the ,,' I
Miss Juanita Clarke of Jacksonville HILDA BELIZE CHACE BE.VCE: day In the month of I : ,::
8-25 4t -15 Executrix. which In the 2nd., day of
was visiting Miss Juanita | ,
1939.Dated |
Priest Sunday.Mrs. :NOTICE OF !HIIKHIFK'H! M \IM thin 17th day of < ,,'
NOTICE li. hereby given that I. A. 1939. < ,
E At s William Bailey returnedto O. Andrea, Sheriff of Bradford <(
her home In Sanford after County Florida, by virtue of that Clerk of Circuit Court of ,
the scene above was snapped will be riding/ of trained bucking The Boree Bothers presentedthe I "ortflln writ of execution 'issued County Florida. 8-18
having spent some time with her the hand and Heal of the
of the high spots In a horses and mules, calf roping and I Fourth of July Rodeo at under '
ring one
parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Pre Clerk of the Circuit Court of Brad :NOTICE OF APPLICATION: ( t ,
l ileo: staged recently by the long-horned steer wrestling. An I Klngsley. which was attended by vatt. ford County Florida and bearing TAX DEED I ,
date or the 22nd day or August, (ritnle 11111 No. [ ,
Brothers Randolph and expert: will ride a bicycle on a several thousand spectators, and 111:1)
iree that curtain ,
.-- A. P. iniJ! on judge NOTICE IS' HEREBY: !
nderson of Jacknonvllle whoa wild steer and there will be a bad this time the sponsors expect and ment against C. A. Fulch by :M. A. That, Lyman O. Peet, holder '

u presenting the biggest show ; bull fight with a clown in a bar I have prepared for an even larger HAMPTON Smith County a* liquidator Bank a for Corporation the Bradford day Certificate of" August No. A.276 D.Issued 1937 |

tley: have ever attempted LaborD rel. Real Texas cowboys will bulldog crowd as the event will be bigger, By 1I1..sda TVimmo which ..al 111 JudR-ement hall been same In myoff Ice and has :

y September 4, at Klngsley I wild cattle and give lassoing I II better and last longer than the duly assigned to the and Matanzan In of recordIn investment application for a tax deed )
Company issued thereon. Said
Brach Kingsley Lake. I I I exhibitions. 4th of July show. Admission Is I I Rev C. R. Robinson will preachat the Public Record of said County embraces the following ,

The Wild West Rodeo program!' Around noon there will fie a 50 cents for adults and 25: cents the First Baptist Church, next I will on the 2nd day of October hoursof I property In the County of
D. 193D during the legal
A.
ford, State of Florida -
win get under way at 10 o'clockA free barbecue prepared by experts for children. Sunday morning, and evening. I sale at the South Front Door at North 25 Acres of West less't'I I i I
'''I Mrs. Ethel Jones will soon have the Bradford County Courthouse InStnrke Quarters of North Half of
M.. with horse racing which and a clown will give away candy j I Saturday afternoon a paradewill Florida offer for Bale and I east Quarter. Section( 24 ::. <|

Is made up of public entries. Anyone to the children. A band will be be held in Starke between 3 her residence on Main Street com- ; "..lint public outcry to the highest ship 8 South, Range 22 ,)

may enter his horse and the present and give concerts, and and 4 o'clock and everyone Is Invited pleted and ready to be occupied. and bent bidder" for cash the following taming 25 Acres, more or ,
I described property lying and The assessment of the said ', ,
winner receives a substantial play accompaniment to the events to come out and watch the Marvin Blrt. who has been engaged being In Bradford County Florida erty under the mild (' : I ,

in the transfer of fruits for to-wlt ed was In the name of
firlze. Throughout the day there on t the program. Fpectacle. '
___mn_____ I I.ot 6 of Block 14 of Temple'sAddition Mlnnlck. : ,
several months from New Jersey
to the Town of Starke, Unless said certificate ,
GUM FARMING AND PULPWOOD SALESA will bring In less money to the Ito i New York, returned to his Bradford I'nunty, Florida Section redeemed. according: to t .
28, Township A South; Range
described therein
I gum farmer. home here last Sunday.HIGHLAND. property!
SOURCE OF CASH FOR FARMERS 22: Rant. sold to the highest. hidder I,
Most commercial trucks haul I Scald property having been satisfy I. ,'ourt'house. door; on the first I ;;
upon and In helntf void to
day In the month of
-- gum in 30 barrel loads for about I aid writ with the coots thereof.A. 19:19.: which Is the 4th day I I, I (!! i

Many farmers have been disappointed from shipping point.) 05c: per barrel per hundred miles. By Miss M. K.: Crews O. ANDHK1'. Sheriff. Bradford timber, 19. 9. ,' '
I I County Florida. 8-25 6t 9.220TIC11 Dated this :3rd, day of .
this year In the financial Cups should be hung during Thus a gum farmer living 100 1939.OFFICIAL. ,

returns from their cash crops. November and December and not miles from a central still could Mrs Owen Marr Mrs. Margaret \ : \IMM.lr-TIOV l'\X 111Rn(5eraee FOIL ( SEAL A. J. I

later than January. The lead expect $8.35 barrel for his Clerk of Circuit Court of ]
per Marr and Bill Marr of Mima 11111.Ift. '
Some are In actual need. All of County, Florida. 8-4 / i
'I streak should be chipped at the gum nt his own bunching ground. were visiting relatives here Fri NOTICE IS IIKRKBY GIVEN: -- I
them recognize the need of tapping That O. L. fnderhlll holder of Till
OTK'H OF ..-: :' "
time the
cups are hung and should Some central stills furnish dip i
I day. Certificate No. 162. taxiied the 2nd., ,
a new source of cash revenue. I, W. 1 1. Mkllleton, I
be the full depth and width that barrels and do their own hauling. Mr. and Mrs. James Cox of I day of August,! A. O. IM7.! has filedaine Starke' Florida by virtue '
The pOHslbllllles of selling In office and him made
pulp-I the face will continue have. my authority vested In me by I ,
to Where this Is not done the
wood and leasing timber to naval gum Hawthorne visited F. M. Crews application for, a tax. deed to helumiecl hereby call an election to i I
stores will to I I i'I (This Is very important) Short farmer must! supply himself with here Saturday. thereon. Said certificate embrace at the city hall In the .
operators occur the following described .. ..
town the
and shallow lead streaks reduce dip barrels and to have by qualified : (' '
many. Whatever use Is made of arrange Mr. and Mrs. Thedo Norman property In the County of Bradford Tuesday September! 12, 1939, ,

the forest land care should be exercised the yield of gum for several his gum hauled.In and children and J. T. Marr were Houtheaxt, State of Quarter Florida,of to-wit Northeast: purpose of electing the !'' ,
officers
months. Gum :
ducts form above
not to reduce the stand be- some communities several shopping In Starke Saturday. Quarter :Section; 7 Township 8 One Mayor.
the lead streak and are the sourceof South Range 22 East, containing
farmers Two Aldermen. ,
low the level of efficient growth. cooperate to furnish a Miss Kathleen Hardee returnedto I) )
40 acres, more or less.
Only that timber should be sold the future gum supply. Those load by dipping at about the same her home at Hawthorne Sat- The assessment of the aald property lector One and Clerk Tax, Treasurer Assessor.One Tax i
ducts can form on only that part under the said certificate Issued -
time. Such Marshall.Inspectors '
for which be cooperative activityIs urday after spending the summer I
pulpwood cannot used -
was In the name of C. J. Quina.
of the face on which the lead of raid election
for any other high value pro- 'streak has been Stub very desirable. here at the home of her Grand- Unless cold certificate. shall be Scott A. H. Johns and J. L.:
: duct. chipped. V father, F. M. Crews.L. redeemed according to law, the In testimony whereof, I
property described therein will be
bing wood off the tree underneath to subscribe name and
Fifty dollars thousand Is J. Norman and Miss Cleo sold to. the highest bidder at the my
For those farmers who feel that the gutters is bad practice and per court house door the the neat of the said town to be
first Monday
normal cost for buying and Norman visited the State Farm on unto affixed this the 9th :
; they must obtain revenue from should be avoided. Cupping demonstrations cups In the month of October 1939 August A. D. 11/3'/ .
i gutters and paying for labor of in- Sunday P. M. which Is the 2nd., day of October,
;j. naval stores, gum farming Is re- will be given by the (OFFICIAL SEAL: ) W. E.
commended.r I stallation. This cost can be reduced Mrs. Earnest Roberson of Law- 1939.Dated thin 17th day of August Mayor. I
,
naval stores agent and farm for- Attest: Carl John., City I : 1
tey visited Mrs. Roberson's 1939.
about $7.50 when the Parents
gum
r following outline of ester Address the 8-11 \
gum upon request. here OFFICIAL REAL) A. J. Thomas,
farmer does his Sunday. '
own work.
farming Is offered for use of Florida Forest and Pork Service, Clark of Circuit Court of Bradford >OTICH: OF APPLICATION "
Mrs. L. J. Norman visited her County Florida. 8-18 5t 9-15 '
farmers and timberland owners Tallahassee Florida. Hack cost $14.50 per dozen. 'IA X nEED
t mother Mrs. Georgia Griffis. <(<"i>nnte Illll No. 1t4)
I who desire to enter this type of Ill Tools required for gum farming \ OAF ''' FOIL NOTICE; IS HEREBY I
? farm forest activity: Chipping should begin about are listed as follows: Broadaxe Miss Ollie Marr of Starke visited TAX IIKK.I: That Mrs. Beulah Kelly !!
hack No. O relatives here Friday. Mennte! Illll N...1O3) Tax Certificate No. 235. ....
1 March 1 to 10. In any event, ( ), triangular files NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN 2nd day of August A. D.
I Mrs. Joe Harker of Lake Butler That Oeo. of i filed
For a satisfactory Kum farming eight weeks or more should elap.sebetween ground down for cutters, rocks'made A. Gardiner holder same In my office
TIK Certificate
is spending several days herewith No. 308 Issued the made application for a tax l
I project where agriculture Is the hanging cups and active especially for use Inside the Rth day of August A. n. 1929 has ,be Issued) thereon. Said ,
major activity as few as COO chipping. cutting blade of hacks and pullers Mrs. II C. WJmberly and filed same In my office and hasmade ml.races. the following .." (
I family. *" "I, | application for a tax deed to I property In the County of
cup covers dip buckets, dip pad ]
trees could be considered. Where bo Issued thereon. Said
|, The face should be only as wide I Mrs. Lewis Norman returned certificateembraces ford State of Florida; to-wit '' I
to
is the activity dies, dip barrels and means of the following described I Northwest Quarter or
gum farming major all the diameter of the tree ((1-3 transporting barrels to bunch' her home at Clay 11111 Sunday aft j property t.n the County of Brad- ,,, Quarter Except West 10 I
3,000 and upward may be > the circumference) and in no Instance ford. of Florida, towitNorth West Half of Northeast '
er week
spending a here with her
I ground. I Half of ilk 45. Livingston of
,t considered as satisfactory. I Northwest Quarter ..
12 Inches. One-half
I over mother Mrs Ruth Marr. Truhy & Co'a Sub Div of NEVi Township 8 South' Range 22 : t
Gum farming should be confined inch Is deep enough for general Sharp tools make more gum. of XRVt: !Section' 28 Township 6 'ontalnlno-' 50 Acres, more or

to a minimum diameter of chipping and 1-4 to 3-8 inch is as Keep tools sharp.

JO Inches since the decrease In t high us each streak should climb Fire must be kept out of the

:yield per tree on progressively the tree By faster climbing the turpentine woods for best results.

smaller sizes Is too great to warrant yield per streak and the life of the Fire reduces the gum productionand

the earlier utilization. Ten. iiice are both reduced. detttoys the young trees. Get

Inch trees and up will produce Chip every week from March to carpet grass started ami" graze ; F

ever 20 barrels per 1,000 trees "November except for unseason- your woods.

.. each season. ably cold weather. Two streaksper Call on the Florida naval stores

An average of not lens than 15 week may be chipped during cooperative agent John O. Itoyn-

:' trees per acre U strongly recommended July and August if a generous ton, for any additional Informa-

although unusual circumstances moisture supply is in the ground. tion or personal instruction. He

might conceivably Justify Dipping should be done as often I may be addressed in care of the

a deviation from this rule. (Sixtyto is tile fastest running cups are Florida Forest and Park Service, !tk\

100 trees per acre 10 inches I). nearly full, never more seldom', Tallahassee Florida. The Bureau

IS. f I., can be developed and maintained than every four weeks. I Frequent of Agricultural Chemistry and

through fire protection and dipping Increases the turpentine Engineering, through the Naval

management.) content of the gum and improves Stores Station at Olustee cooper- ;:

'. II the roaln grade. I ates with Florida Forest and Park t

P'lrfct consideration In cupping I Service to bring this and other
Gutters should be cleaned out
should be given to cup materials. services to naval: stores operators
and all gum removed from the I
Since rust Is the greatest single and grim farmers.
cups nt each dipping. Cups and
factor In production of low grade .
gutters should be left In good con-
rosin, rust free cups should be The Limit
I dltlnn! after each dipping. Cut-
cltowen. Clay zinc, and aluminum
ters recrimped if necessary, nnd "Really Herbert," said Mrs.
r &
: are till rust free Clay Is recommended -
first because of cheapness cups: properly hung.) Newlywed "I'll put up with your ,

'i IV untidiness I'll stand for the noise
Cud Zinc and uluml-
t. availability.
both'i The turpentine area of Florida you make In the bathroom, I'll
both rust free but
sum are
has four markets available, Gild- endure your Irregular hoursbut 1ae
r cost more than many a beginner tE M
den Company at Jacksonville and it's really going a little too far-

f:" luels able to recommended.pay. Galvanized Gum i Valdosta W. J. Boynton at Tallai j when yo\i try to play my pancakeson w
not
t;-ps are 'i hasnee, and Lurton Company at the phonograph." .v aoOk
collected from old galvanized
f' cups l'pnll eola. These four markets!
from J2.30 to $4.00 less
brings per I :
i pay about the same and pay as
.' Lured than gum from either or''
much for gum as gum la worth,
6 ti'- other types of cups of the I BUSINESSDIRECTORY t 1.a ,. r hL lx
I their prices varying with the mar I
r r. same age. Galvanized ket price of turpentine and rosin. 1
R till used in preference to
other I First class gum based on tur-
t kinds since they have proven -_ i
pentine at 24c a gallon and rosin
: successful In standing under'I !
up II' | at $9.25 per barrel. Is worth $9
I punishment gutters receive In plus at the central still. Large l Busy America "OK" o /
I' dipping Leaded gutters are more says to
quantities of chips and water reduce The drink
but would be preferred
f;; expensive the net contents of a barrel
.
where wooden dip paddles are em- I the 1
:. and bring a proportionately low : that pause that refreshes
' ployed.
er price. Cup covers should be \, I
t' Cups and gutters should be raised used while chipping to keep out everybody

,:; every year until the cup Is as'' Even when you are at busiest
chlpa, and water should be drained knows 1 your the pause that ,
s
'
! high as practical. If leaded gutters !
off the barrel and the barrel ''u refreshes with ice-cold

; are used, it Is particularly refilled before delivery. Gum :; :: Coca-Cola helps to get )

important to use the Prtngle age ., (.. things done. For
from makes a Sc I everybody
rusty cups poorer works better -
j ;,0
[ ani Tompkins nail In raining. Gal- I j grade of rosin and it Is significant ; I I'iy't better when feels

f vanlzed gutters should be renewed I to note that the 13 grades of I ....'..., refreshed. Try it yourself today.

..< every second year and should be rosin range in price from $0.25 to COCA-COLA HOT. CO. !I

recrlmped after one year's use. $3.35 per barrel. i .

Clay cups cost from $30 to $35 Gum which has traveled over a WE ARE t

delivered In carload lots of 12000. long face to an unrataed cup pro- PRESCRIPTIONEXPERTS !I STARKE- COCA. COLA BOTTLING

Galvanized gutters cost approximately | ducts less turpentine per barrelof CO.r

$10 per thousand trees, de gum and makes a lower grade .

livered. (Delivered prices depend t of rosin. Thus the failure to raise CARPENTER'SThe

n freight rates and ,distances will result in a poorer product and i Rexall Store I


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IflV -'$.'r4ttltYR 1, 1939 BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STAUKE. FLORIDA. PAGE THREE!



BRANCH Manning of this section attended ville by hi. father .. UK hard ;nn. Cne A. Johiixoi., Ahl>l,- W.Jiihnnon M\III1--a.: ("ella I. n 'r1. 111, '. T 1 "a)
L ''I Sunday School and Church services day there. I Mrs. Annie <3'M"dnmii. J. I,. Ruth W 1I111111t'"It. IIl1na 'i'kon Julia
ttI'; l'prri"b at I 11. L. 1111), A. Jenkins.. Chas. H.Jenkins M..I.Iattl". Rltoh J. H. 1'lIom"M. II. I,
Raiford
R1 IJ'1I Sunday morning.Mr. Miss Maggie .., U S. l1..y.: Mrs. Hazel, Pauline Mm. Rlva F !Manlry. \Ir.! L. E. Itobinson J. W. Thornton Etll
andy and Mrs. L. L. Renfroe of stone V. I[. (irant. KilnOoodman. ,'Jenkln Chns. A. Morgan. 1\1. :Iof, Mitch Ih'r"ert C. Thornton. l\trM. EIII.-
th" w R Conner Vanderbilt Heights spent Mrs. Lucy Mrs Annie Johns, tl. K. Mellnn. Clarence hitch lanl.8l1e Their ", D. U.
attended
and 1 ,,, ,t. were visiting the birthday as the guest of Mrs. n. :II. Orant, James John., Mrs Ruby \t""lrall, flue. l\Illttle L. hay 011" Fl. n. F,
o "I 'Ji y Sunday. dinner given in honor of S. J. Mr.. Edna John M. UhnlKnn. Mrs. I.aull.Johns.. Jr. S. R. !\ .Srline Hay Carrie A. Thomas. !Mrs Olad'sfAnft.
Sapp Harley Jim llaKirow Harold Johns, Allen 1\(. Mack J. 1'. itegIan, i. Thoms". a !N
d M'' "M. McRae and Norman of Long Bridge Tuesday. of Lawtey. were .., Mrs. J. 1]; tirern Mary ..JR'kllOn.torrl"l1: IItnt'"eu Mrs. S. F. Ititeb Idvelvn freeman' rltonas Cecil
ann \1'' : !.It'. and Mrs. Ury Reddish and 2IIrM. H.I1. drew John n. Jackson. Neashy I\IAY". Lois iteglsler' Ailea Thumas Mrs. D N.
7<,., l.'vel were vluitnamw. ents Mr and Mrs. R. : Mm. Anima; OoodmanV"iii.. mArl Johns, Mr. Melissa V Manning; Yollle F. fltch Mra. Towns Geneva
'0 > and family I family of this section spent Sun- : ter here several days I ;*. "' lter Oraham W. H. Jr. Jones, Mrs. Ruby !\lay.. James lticharde Harriet Carrie Thomas <1..0. W
\ / day with Mr. and Mrs. Willie I Mr. Joe Irlffls. J. W. Johnson Rvle Woodard !\I"It. Mrs. ffaude ltedA'rlLvt', A.v.. Thomas !Mrs 0..0 W
and Mrs. J. E. Orirris, Mrs. J. W.Ornham .Iil.ld. Milliard Atoms! .. Jenny IMdgrav.. ThIAl1..n. W. 1..
Minnie
'K tnd sons Venice Reddish and family of Bootsey'sBeach. bill and son. J. R.. Mrs. C. W. Nathan .lockson, H. Carl Moire. Mrs Liberty kedgrave. John Thomas... !\Ir.., Violet
Keen. IT. flalney, Irma Jackson. Mrs. !M. B. McCoy ta.rllnll' ltedgntvr .uhl Thorns ltllabeth
ShHmrock, spent the near Starke visiting Melha S. !\Idt". Russell Thomas H. M.
n Orirris, E L. Jenkins Mrs W. A. Reynolde I.
r H. Mrs. Charlie Alvarez and child- Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Mettae, Buiah Mae A. Thomas. 'Ioy
Mrs.
with O. J. Orirris, Mrs. lather Johns Mrs.! Laura I"Yftohl.I! 1'''. I. A.
ad net ren of Daytona Beach were the Mr. and Mrs. Mary E. Orlffls Martha Jenkins, Sarah' F. Jl1I'tlllan.I..rrltl! / Rowe. I'lyd" Thomn. Mallory
Mrs M. ,I'h"tr.; .., Fronle McKinney. litre. IVRo Rowe .1. Thomas, Mr. luster L.
Ur. p P. Reddishiting' dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. visiting at the I) II Johns !Mrs Lots Mekinney! Melvin Rowe. Hut H h Toro..... Jr. \loP, F.McKinney oj
Mr. andS Rufus Alvarez and family of Johns Johns, !Mrs. Dorothy U. A. m. hitch Curl Thomas. TletsMetcinney
two' pArents Sunday Jr. I,, John, W. J. Mre. A. E. ltiteh firs.
Vanderbilt. A. Hoover, :J. C. Ruby
J
A. ( 1
home of 1ItC'.lv"y. J.
Sunday afternoon. Mr. and E. M. HillfCloll, ('. I."
11 O. L.Hemmlnuwny
SaPP ay ties. T. J.
Dobbs Jr. Johns in Lee Perryman F. O. K McIntyre Itay I... C.
J> D- Bootney's : Mciltyre... litre. T. 3.
Mr< Ida L. HHY, 1\Ir. Lulu rglew I John
end Hayes B. IV. A.
Ln "* Lake City were HEILBRONN there they also ." R. P, Hoover.' I Etta Kick liter. J. F. 1III.lv..y.. Mrs Frank. J. A. hoberson 1I'.lIche. W.VK'low, LoulslMe'K..lv..y. \

Harnage and family By Mire L. Gaskins Mrs. L. M. Murrhee. Annie Hoover, DeliaHaynes KnlBht, C A. ...c'Ian... Jr T. K. HO"R. H. O.
J A R. J. Hope Kendrick, T. N. lIa'loln. M. III V
Ii hee has been I\"hlo"' C..aaer
confined Lucll Hayes. Ruby A. KnlRht.. !Mrs N. L. !\ .... n. E. ltloherds. 1.11.II'lh. ..
y.T, Is spending This community was saddenedto for some time Inez Itoo'er.on Kendrick, Martha. l\I'Ua.. Mrs. Ethel IIlt'ha'd"l. I.rllt II. 1\1. Ver"l\tllo.. Alonia
N Norman Chan. Hart W. 1C. ,Klckllter, Mrs, 1\(. tKnlirht. > ,
Flume
health. Ic"h"'y.1ra.
Pine Level with H. learn of the death of Mr. B. J. We wish her Verna J Howe J. R. Clara MaeKnlirht !\I'l'or.t. T. :If. Itaymond I''''nl 1 \V

days a. Moody of Belmore, which occur- covery. amon Hutto I* S. P. B. !McCordV.. .'. 1I1I.1IInil. Ethel
anrt family.Iohn80n Mrs Mary Hutto Mrs L. aHutto Knight, H. V. .
Rae 1I..a hl"n.ValtfOr
red at his home last Friday Mr. and Mrs. T. p\ S \Valnwrllj'ht. N. n.
J. O.
nas returned to EdnaHartman Knight, airs H. V. 'IInnalcl nRorllfe Wall. \10'. ,L,
morning. Mr. Moody was for the State Farm P. S. Albert" Klnlaw D. C. !\ ....... IIlrll, 'I' K' Williams wlilioII..I.
were Emily Hartmnn Klsle Keene" NelmaKite !Stump: Jo' .' d
[
McFashlnnshlnn Lul" n. While 'V
S some "mehhere'swith many years a devoted member the home of Mr. and A. A, Hart Kiln ., IxiulseKlckllter I Stern berg.: Nut 'Valn''rl.iht.: Wm. ?
and Deacon of the Primitive Bap- K. U. Hall, A. II. Miriam N HUtrunk, (1. M. Whit.,. Oeo. ('. t
family. Mm. K, O. hall Shellle K.Ltd. It. O.Kelly Ki'ott,
Keenand Gaskins F. A.
tist Church at Monday night. WalnwrUht, Mary 0.Nrwxumr .
Sharon and had John M. Hemingway! ... Sarah
: D. O. Sni'P. W.
Parriab spent At. White, l>ah..1
land Mrs Edd often visited Union Church here. I* M. Murrhee Mrs, Jean H"n'h'M'WRYl L. O.Hicks K..ltv.tr"! MaryKlnchen R. A. Smith, I';. n White Noble M.
.. .. .'. Hay
and i NewHome. KilnnNusworthy :
Harnage .
A (l. W.Holtzendorf L. S.
i
y i with He left many friends here who Beach visited here .. Thelma Jessie B. Kile, Bob C. H. Scott.Sternberir.Laura Williams, T. 8.
luNMle) | Wall. II. C.
sympathize with the bereaved bedside of his Claude Hemingway Annie Kldd.: Ponies E. Nasworthy, KllaabethNorrls Slump, 10 vn.Sllcox While InaWitlnwrUht.
F'ind W R. Klrsey andL l r Mrs. Rhoda Z. Haican. Delia Kemp, Mrs. Evelyn W. \V", M. J.,
Mrs
u
L. Gaskins who has f'. N. P. Jr.
family. H. Norris, KllenN'oegel
Houston, H. R. L. Sails,
Harry
Kemp Mrs. .
Yarbrough of Pearl Wall, !Murl
Mrs. E E Mrs. C. A. Moody and daughter to her bed for several It. C. Holland. 1 10x..le U.lazen Kite, Kenneth DorothyVoeuel Smith Heatrlce Winkler Austin
visiting Mrs. H. Obey > Clifford Jr Kite., airs. LiterKlckllter Jot Sllcox, .
were 1) L. Wain .
Bawl w"hl'ht. Jo; J.
Cloteal and Claudette of Vineland, James NoeKel,, William
John C.
Hall Dorothy Simmons
,
Friday are spending several days here at Knew ills A. L. H..II.Ir.! ... Elsie Kite, Mr. .1, H.. Niu' 'el, Mrs, FannieNoeitfl I Sapp J. |i.siMrnnk J.. L. William.Wilkinson,Nat A. J.
I Mrs J F. Shaw ando Mrs. Gussle Harrell, Mrs. V. B.Hardlnir Klncald. Mrs J. D. MnxlnnNicholson. Joe
II William,
Ma Louise
the bedside of her sister Mrs. J. Auntie K. J. Chas.Y..
: Tommy T. n. Klnchen. K. I siMtrunk
L of iht State Farm section were L. Gaskins, who has been very ill another piece of 11."o.'r.1,(.E.Mrs. Cleone M. Hull Mrs Maria K.Haynes Keene, Mr.. Leona* North North 111'V.W. N N.Noetrrl Sllcox (l"l..nR c. li. Wiggins WalnwrlRht., orle Blanche
this ,
In Georgia K Solomon
g relatives Clarence Rhoden of Jackson- Tommy: No, I !Mrs. 8. S. Hufthes, Emma Kennedy Kite Luclle .Wr. Joe Sllcon Sllcox Delia Walter Williams William,, A.ilertrude B.
Y. ville Cecil Henry A. H. Keen N. J.Kllllnffttwcrth. N'ovKPl I. Ttoswell 1C. Smith:
returned to his home there Auntie: You seem JtinhiHf.. .Inwrlaht, Grace
I'jf Norman and daughter Haynes, Sarah' Hope :Mrs. K. Swlmll I haunch Wilson, Ju... K.
I'ano were visiting Saturday after spending several ing from loss of E Harrington Mrs. M. O. O Wipe, Mrs Leona Wilson Koa Week.
Dm-othy here the of his Hunter H. D t SternV. .
days as guest par Tommy: It ain't A. Wills, firs Florrle
I McRae md family Sunday. Leona. HarrlHon. O. L. Olson, KertleOlson \ .. stern. Terenu Warren Mrs.
; ents, Mr. and Mrs. M. Rhoden. tite. What I'm .. Annie
L Edwards spent Month Wm. Harrison Mrs.; 0 L. 1.011., Cornelia PeekLontr Titus Sllcox tianner / Warren M. T
Alice 'He was accompanied to Jackson- politeness, .., Ituble Mae Hemingway Francis T. T. (,mood. .1. 13. Sinllh, \v. p. .1... Warren, Albert M.
her mister Mrs. Tate Allot .., Mrs. Dell Hagnn John L.Harrell Lard. Kva II. Ormond Mr, J. 19. Sllcox. Henry Warren Ruchle
Rising section.WANDERBILT. Jr W. J. V. B. Long, Merwln. Wmllh. J. E, Wile,.. Jack
the Dorothy Hutchlncrs. T. M.HutchlnKH. .' Smith Lola J .
Long Lois H WlnllerlyV. M.
..-- LIST OF QUALIFIED ELECTORS FOR .., J. M. Mrs. A. L. 1ea, Matilda. Smith W, P. 'Wlmbarlv Katie, Belle
.., Luclle llerlong. Dr. 1\(. B. I..wl. JamesLlhby Tender, W. D tnfl., IS I masivrnberir Wiley Lottie
TION OF THE CITY OF STAKKE, FLORIDA R. 1C. Herlonir firs 11. 11. L. U Pace. C. 10'. Ruth W IKK ins, Laura Lee
Norman : Leona Miss Velnia HELD ON TilE 12TH DAY OF SEPTEMBER ..
py C.
Merrill T. Lennon ICIvIet.anHrum Peek cliira I.. Strode, Pauline II. Wall !Martha D.
.., !Mrs. Merrill. Hai'dlmr. firs T. B.llaminett. T. KrsnkLnnn'ruin Perklnn, Sllcox, Lucy WIII"lmM.Ir..O.! U.I'errytlla .
i M Rosier of Woodlawn A A 1<-''0 11111'1' ,Wilma rtudillnnton Miss\ tllndys MosoHollZHiuIorr Mrs. 1' P. 1.ln.I'k: I AHiiinwall, Mrs M. Hryant, W. ". \V. A, KthelHoltzendorf Long, Richard 1C. '.. n.Lb'I'. NnxHt-p, Mr. M Wltkoskl I. H. H
Lghtei Mrs W. P. Varnes J. M. Alvarez, Mm. CorlneAmlor llryan Mal i, !Mm. Carrie Ben ,.lIwMon. H. A. I Powell ,'h..... J. Senrlnif, Mr. 13. P. Ward ('. F.
and her son, Alvarez ., MVH. Maggie Hurney .. .., L. It. Jr. llanklns NoahHuiUer Lrggett, Ira Park, "". .- foIl'ark.01 13. Warren. James. Pearce
Boksonviit
AdkliiM, A Z. Albert Julia Heiment. !\I 1' KiiKeneHunter Ijawson airs Alit I'rallH". W. ('. "'II,'"". 'lIld"V' Franc! Wlllliims. Dewey. (I.
f wen /mitlng Mr. and Mrs. Andrews J.V. Jr. Hurn y, p ,, Hi mm. IP B. Lewis, Mm. Thelma L.Lllley Parks; l-thfl 11. Sllcox. J. H. Warren, Louise.
md family of Van- n llurney Mr Hod" ". Mrs. W. M. Miss Ruby Parkfi10 HaPhllll Hiiurk' *, :Mr, ft. f). Weldon.. S( A.
Norman Alvarea Anderson A., A.L.W. llurnett, C. A. Harley, Alibis R.IiiKiani l.arAn'taux, Mrs. Thelma |> I':. .F. HfiuininiN. K. Jj, \V.ldnn. << Mrs Mary aVnnl. .
1 Friday Alvarez, Lucia S. Rrownlce, 1 1C I., Hurrell, ,,,., I5v& Larnntaux J. M. "PhllllpH, :Ml" llonaPenri SlliM.ic' li.M'n Ilidye "ill IIllm.. IIltu'y
ano Mrs Raymond Hicks Alderman, Dora llrnnkn AlbertHennctt Hall..... Verdi' H. I I.H nili, Mrs, Thelma ,-, MI-M. ItertbaPrleKt. Minimum: Arthur ".lIl1llnl!'! I'Rltner
... Hmlth J. C.NlmiiiKiiN Ward,
(1. II. linddlna-tnn. Isabel Lloyd, Ethel / I1 IPrleHl -: w.3.
Lulu
roily >f Jacksonville spentv AdklnR Anderson MyrtleAlvarez Bishop. II. A.IlniwnUe Hiker 'Vo Annie A. :'Ir... Carrie A. 'Lloyd D. L. ., II. H.Prevail A. C. \ Mr*. Pollle
with Mr and Mrs. Ellery AnnieAlderman Etta Hrlnxon T. Oeo. H. Ijamlv Jas. SII'hitn. I'Clmllh"'H.va' Lou Wehle K J.
| ..1.Anderson ItlFhup. Nina It. Hrynn, Mr. : Florence J Laiuli" Elizabeth.Matthews Perry C. A. Stump'" !MnrjiirleHturllnir Walilen, W. 1C.
land family of this section. T LAndreu Ileaclpy.. O. I Itnrkml.ile. ( Mrs.' J. "Pullimi .lieiinPrliKt 1' fir.. V. T<. Wise, e. L. f
J.
I and Mr.H... Norman and A. O.Alvarez. lleasley ( Hnrkmlnl, Merrill C. Johns, M. T-. M C'IYI".c(: Nhu-ling.: V. L. Williams. FledWilliams
S. A.rnitclifleld O. Hiroman Henry II .
Bryan Priest Mrs. Mary Sl'revai1
t KdwardHnriiB Johns, A. H.
1 lliirnB 11111'j'I"
of V'anderbllt were visiting Vincent O : : : : !t. a' Htniinan. 1Ir.V.. S. Wllllnms, Kllxabeth:
,
Andrews' Mm. Edith Horns, Bonnie Jones D. C. E. S. Strln..r tilow .
: Paul, A. T.rowell < W. O. WhlRlmm.
iincsville afternon. MadgeWhlKham '
Sunday Alvarez, Hattie llronkn, HfrthaIlarefont Jenkins A. O. Alannlngr J. C. fl'I"lt'rellow'
1 1'. M. T. J. Johns J Mlddleton, W. E. OdlMPowell S{. Mrs. Hula
I ::
Nell
Andrews,
!Mrs Frank Norman It'y'
.
anu Alvarez, Errojl lic.ckleivmn.. August R. A. Johns, E14.lla F. Morirnn Mrs, VIda Mrs Mildred K. Htarllnr. Walnwrlght, Ja 1 R.
|amily )f this section wereg ARln, W. W. Bari-foiit lleacyIlennett ("olley, J. T.Alvarez Mamie ]D. Jones, Ada V.Johns !Mlddleton NollaMltche1 Pander, Mm. MinllyPrnther Hlnimon: Ida<< Winkler, Mrs .K. A,
relatives: in Raiford Sun- I narhara Annie Mae Carpenter, Mary, IS. CarlJohnson !!, Lucll.. HelenPowell T Warren, Mrs. H. N.
Alvarez, R. B. nurney, Oeo. W. Cnnova. [ A. li. W. N. Matthews, Mrs. Ida NedPowell MariaPeek. Wise Mrs C I. .
Alexander J. B. Hut, tic. Rogers Oulley Fannie Johns Mr*. N. R. Mlddleton I Madge Walnwrtght, MrtLaV.
and Hicks of Jackie AlexanderV.. B. HlKKH.. Ethel M.Tirynnt ('..nova. Lila Jacobs a.Jacobs Marr Miss OHIOMontetlh M. L.. Jr. Truby, J. J. Williams, AmosWllllnniM
-
Dorothy
Anderson, Alice W. E. C'anovn, Lloyd J. Sarah D. A. Peek Mr' Myi'n 1) TUon, HallleThompklnn Joe .
are upending their vaca- : Anderson, Ooo. A. Bryant, I..la I:. Carlton .A. J. Johns, Kerry Montelth. Kathellne\ I'ender PlKforii. C. C. t.l..le Williams Snllle
Mth relatives of this section. Anderson EvaAlvarez ItessenlV. A. Jr. Carpenter, ... Fay Johns, CalvinJones unity, W. H. Jr.Matthews TotninleParrlHh H. It.Powell Thiiina, ICdna B. White, Dorothy Ray
'I Thelma Hunhnni. !Mrs.V.. A. Canova, (lIA ; J. J. Conway ThorntonV.. K.
J and Mrs. Jim Yarbrough of I Alvarez., I... B. Hdtnett, J. E. Ctippn. \ Floyil. Johns, rims. E. Matthews, Ella il. J'. Thoma. N. N. YI'urrlsh
ant Valley Mr. I Andrews, Rudolph riennrtl Elma. D. I anova.. J. D Johns, Thnlma Brlnzon Milndy, Mrs. Leila Mr Alphle ThornhnJory!
were visiting Andrews Mrs. Madeline Brown :M. .. Canova ", Kosa Johns, Thelma Redgrave Matthews, !;. I* Thomas, Mr, It. A, YoungMrs.' H. II.
jfrs. L L< Renfroe and fam- I Andrew, Wesley L. Brown. Mrs. Florence B. Clemonv, "' J. D. .Johns J. J. Mitchell Luclle ( ThomitN Hobert L Young-, Theodore
| Vanderbilt : Andrews Mrs. laude Box, F 11.Jirynnt Coleman J. Mrs. i'9, Inez Jones, Kinivrn: Matthews' Mrs. HazelMldilleton Thurn"kln., Ine* YOUIIKV Mr., Cora L.
Sunday. Alien IraAlexander. Mrs. Llzzlo Carlisle J. Mose Jacobs, It. (William) Oerald Qulirley I I J'T. Thornipieot.. JennieTlaon Young, Herman It.
9 Velma Norman and Gladys I Mrs.! Ada Bryant Wesley. W. Carlton,, c.'. wiibur Johnson D. 1:. Manning, Della ljulicley, 1\ir.Ioflnnle: W Theo Young, Fannie.

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WILD WEST --- --







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i Kingsley- Lake Beach Labor Day, Sept. 4th




By the Boree Brothers of Jacksonville, who so


PROGRAM Successfully put over the<<: last Rodeo, announce SEVERAL THOUSAND EXPECTED

another big Rodeo. This, the sponsors claim,

will be an even better show than the last one.

The program f for the t day starts at Several features not included in the last one

COME AND MEET YOUR
FRIENDS
will be added to the show. Including a FREE

10:00: A. 111. with horse racing. Put BARBECUE.your .




horse in the race -- he may 1$: THERE WILL BE BAND MUSICwin



the prize. There will be riding of t



trained bucking horses and mules, ;. The greatest t spectacle of the day will




calf roping and long horned steer .,' be bulldogging of wild cattle by real




wrestling. --, There will be several 4 Texas boys. Something you won't



steers barbecued by experts. forget. Takes place about 2:30: P.l M.



A large stadium has been built with




, THERE WILL TA BAD BULLFIGHT If you have the blues, or if your wife is mad great seating capacity to accommodate -


with you-come to the Rodeo and we'll all,

WITH A CLOWN IN A BARREL laugh together the crowd.






[ALSO THE BICYCLE RIDE ON A WILD Big Street Parade In Starke A CLOWN WILL GIVE AWAY CANDY




STEER Saturday Between 3 and 4 p. m TO THE CHILDRENYOU



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ARE INVITED DON'T MISS THE FUN





NEAR iTARKE ON 1 ROAD 48 ADMISSION Adults SOc CHILDREN 25c


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J R.\DFOR D COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE. FLORIDA :: IDU! %II.tllp16;

PAGE FOUR ..... .. I
I "ROSE ('" ,,i f lh
: Quarterly W. (O. W. I Recipes t I'll II., a:.
I AT RITZ i
l SOCIETY and CLUBS MeetingThe 1"1,H a
, meeting of the -- \ ('lhll+rt"i
-. -------- _.- .- .- ------- -- Woodmen Quarterly of the World, northeast I'ie Crud Brought back for a ,.,' 'J"|tin,. ,| II) 'ittfij

l J. E. Norman Celebrates Mrs. Glen Searing HonoredAt Mrs Sam Anderson Florida District will meet In Here's a recipe for pie crust gagement by the be 111'11"" .., '*L?,
Delightful Dinner Entertains Wednesday Jacksonville next Thursday night that never falls. And it's made the Ritz Theatre In Sh"\\,, Pil
.M! 72nd Birthday Sunday with the Palmetto is some- rout, tipse
7 This
: oil. "
September Wesson the motion ,
. home on with ,
Sam Anderson's requests "e
Mrs. many
'
: Many friends and relatives Mr. and Mrs. Sam Andersonwere I Camp, 127 East Bay Street, according for use and we're cer- ,II! "m"?, d
the attractivescene thing new version of Victor
:Street was
I:t. were guests which of J.time B. Norman Mr. Norman Sunday hosts Friday night when i Cherry Wednesday morning for a to Lacy Conway, secre- tainly eager to try it. Mrs. A. ; mortal "Rose Marie" adven"T' "Down ,111 tx,
at
I they entertained at a delightful when she enter- tary of the local camp. H. Johns contributed this recipe Nelson Eddy and Jeanette
Coca-Cola party ,
; A Wll ,
his 72nd birthday. )
t celebrated The will begin at 7:30: she has always \ ,.
spent by dinner party In honor of Mrs. tained in honor of her house meeting and she states that Donald will be shown one Tt-
ri most enjoyable day was
those present ,who were :Mrs. Alta Glen Searing of Jacksonville, who guests, Miss Martha Ann Burton o'clock and free transportation for all mem- had good luck with It. ly, Tuesday. There will auono"/. w -

I. Jarate of New York; Mrs. celebrated her birthday anniversary and Miss Ann Terry, of Rome Ga. i has bers been and their arranged families, and all 2 cups flour. matinee and two night Womw.next, \Iollaa\ *! tl'f

Rona Price and children, Mrs. at that time. and Mrs. Artford Brown, who are uged to attend. The chartered 1-2 cup wesson oil. Sunday and Monday, Seri,u',. *" v"1 t
J. L. Jackson Mr. and Mrs. Joe Fall :flowers, attractively arranged prior to her marlage Wednesday bus will leave the local W. O. 2 level teaspoonsfula: baking ters Courageous" Is the wi;, 8rq
f. Norman and daughter, and Rev. were used in decoratingthe night, August 23, was Miss DoahiaSmith. W. Hall at 6 o'clock and everyone powder attraction at the Ritz ., ,moe law, ?
H. M. Till man of Jacksonville; living and dining rooms of this time. pinch of salt. includes Priscilla, 'nll'l\ ou
should be hand by Numhei,
Mrs. Sadie Jones of Lexington, : the Anderson home. The living and dining rooms, Following. on the business sessionat 1-4 cup ice water. Lola Lane, Gale Page, by !Mrs ''JII .it, De e
Kentucky; James Norman of Mayfield The dinner table was centered where the guests were entertained the district meeting there will' Mix flour, bakIng powder and Rains, Jeffrey Lynn, Fay time M Ii HerlOC I
Kentucky; H. O. Yost, Rober. with the beautifully decorated were beautifully decoratedwith be and round dancing for salt Add wesson oil and mix. Donald Crisp, May Robson, given ,,a ''OWe, sE
and other fall square to &
and Miss Rosa Nor- marigolds Roll on \\'OIJ
Norman birthday cake. Mlnlture yellow all present, and everyone Is In- Then add ice water. McHugh and Dick Foran, in "nitni ::
man of Waverly; Mr. and Mr*. candles adorned the white Iced flowers. sured of an entertaining and edu- floured board. This makes just plot is as magnificent as Two, 'tlde l
the honorees will
'Albert Norman and baby of LI- cake, carrying out a yellow and After presenting cational good time. the right amount for a two crust star cast, continuing the A Wood "u ntertllnei
.
thin; Mr. and Mrs S. E. Norman scheme. Yellow with attractive gifts as memen-
color
white
and children of Gainesville; Mr. toes of this occasion Mrs. Anderson pie.A
F. D. Proctor and children candles in dainty holders, placedon assisted by her small daughter Margaret Pearce. Miss Elaine Ed- tip that Mrs. Johns gave us ---
and Mrs.

Walter of Lake Underhill Butler;and Mr.son and Jack Mrs.,, fern either surrounding end of the the cake table, addeda and served, Janet tempting, and Mrs.refreshments W. H. Smith to, wards Killingsworth, Misses, Myrtice Miss and Jacqueline Floried when the juice making from a berry running pie over to keep the I D I X I E THE PERFECT SPREAD!

'Mrs. Neta White and Mrs Florle further decorative note. Places the following guests: the hon- Andrews, Misses Ruth and Lillian side of the pan is to stick about Offers
Wills of Starke.At for the guests were designatedwith orees. Miss Burton, Miss Terry, Sternberg Misses Grace and six pieces of macaroni (two or Tills New 7-Fiece Fruit Juice
2 o'clock a bountiful dinner white cards. and Mrs. Brown, Miss JuanIta Dorothy Green, Miss Enza Weaver three inches long) about the pie. F r
'was served to all present and was The honoree was presented with Barefoot, Misses Edith and Ruth and Mia Sadie Prince of the This allows the juice to boll up or Beverage: Sets R E

enjoyed very much. At a late lovely gifts from her hosts and Rowe. Miss Elaine Wynn, MIss State Farm. through' the macaroni and then -,- ....-. ,
friends. I fall back into the time. .I.T ;; = For
hour the' guests departed, wishing : ; Only
,, Mr. Norman many happy returns After dinner Informal games Now Is the time to try some of. ;:;
CallstreetWhat ;
r I of the day. were enjoyed. I Carolyn those blackberries you canned. Of I t ==!:DIXIE- 18 Dixie

Those present to enjoy the course you have your favorite i "' OIL Coupons _
p'. VV. C. T. U. Meeting Today evening with Mr. and Mrs. And- recipe for your berry pie. But C Q11 t EGtT..U OMAAGARINE:" 1'II.h.r'O a.. .uimrlr.2li :;
The Women's Christian Temperance erson and Mrs. Searing were: Mr. I She Sees, Hears, and Does .1 try this recipe for pie crust and O ---- >MM S a. ...h. ,la ,
and Mrs. "Red" Price of Jacksonville try sticking the macaroni in the beautiful rich blue dedp,
r'' Union of Starke will meet the end of much of politicians, but if she's
Gill MIss This week marks crust.
Miss Florence top ORDER DIXH' PROM YOU rAVOHITi GROCER
3:30 o'clock at TODAYALL
at
this afternoon :
t Burton, of Rome, Ga., Thursday half-holidays for the one then I'm all for 'em. would DIXIE COUPONS
1 the home of Mrs R. L, Kemp. Martha Ann We wish more of you ARE GOOD n.
and house guest of Mr. and Mrs. summer on if you see a lot of Wood's gaze Jus' dIscoveredthat send in some of your tips in the
e r.t. Anderson, Mrs T. K. Wilder of long faces, you'll know the rea- rooks really do babble ; art of cooking. We're always
)t. SPECIALSElectric i Orlando, Jesse Alexander, Glen son An afternoon off once a "and I ain't one of them poet tellers ready to learn new tricks and If
ti Searing and G. W. Hicks. week is a great boon! (o the joy neither" Miriam (Jacobs) we all cooperate we can make NEW FALL GOODSAT
; Irons +-- of living It's' the'day"every- Nussbaum and Tibby (Hackel) cooking much easier and lots more
Starke Grove Members body plans for Fishing, Skeet Pankln of Jax visited Mrs. Jacobs fun.
.
$1.95 Shooting, Tennis, Swimming last week Miriam taking it .
'. Enjoy Lake Party MondayThe More things to do T'would easy since her recent illness, TIb- Circles To Meet
Baptist
32 pc Set Dishes members of the Starke be nice If Thursday afternoonswere by Jus' takln it easy Cuple
Grove of the Woodman Circle en- a holiday the year round and Grace spending a couple of The Women's Missionary So- ALEXANDER'SSTYLE S
f s $2.95Utility joyed swimming, a picnic, an Ice Some folks call it wishful thInk- weeks in the J. H. Ritch Cottage. ciety of the Baptist Church except -
cream supper, and a delightful ing It's a good idea anyway Speaking of Songs "Especially circle four will meet Tuesday -
Cabinets socIal program Monday night at for You" sho' is u catchy tune afternoon at 3:30: o'clock.
the Penny landing on KIngsleyLake. SIdewalkin' on Satlday The It came out several months( Circle number one will meet with TEXBRAND
$6.9551'IECE Woman's Club havln1 a cake sale ago, but jus' lately gained popularity Mrs. Etta Tison and with I
The members of the Circle met Det they sold out completely i m,. Mrs L. G. Powell, the leader. CLOTHING Y'
HKEAKFASTRoom at the W. O. W. Hall at 6 o'clock if everything hey had to offer Tennis Tidbits Girls Matchesare Number two will meet with Mrs. For :Men and Young
Suits P. M.\ and transportation was was as tasty as the candy I still on They were off to H. L. Brownlee, the leader. Number Men
provided to the Luke. The Woodman hear they are raising funds to a good start, and the ruins same I I three will also meet with its FALL AND aNEW
$11.95 Juniors presented the pro- beautify the grounds and make a They hope to finish up this leader, Mrs. H L. Hough, and
gram after the swim, and then recreational center around the week The cup and medalsare number four, Mrs. L. A. Canova WINTER STYLES
9 12Linoleum
x several churns of ice cream was New Armory jus' waiting to be took leader, will meet Labor Day, Priced At /i !
Rugs opened and picnic spread on the Cliff Chancey und J. E. Futch AbbIe Harley always looks as Monday, with Mrs. L. H. Jenningsat
$5.95 long picnic tables. CStnrke' Tennis Players of twenty though she jus' stepped off a 8 o'clock P. M. Members of $12.50 to $16.50STUDENTS
years ago) both happened in town fashion sheet Gingham or circle number four are urged to
Meeting Notice from opposite directions satin She wears 'em like a note this change In time.a .

JOHN H DENMARK The local Woodmen of the Everyone: Is slightly tennis-minded mannequin Oh! dear, how I
: World will meet tonight (Friday) since our recent Tournament, and envy.her price war among the Callatreet ; b

at the hall. All members are ask- the visiting old timers enjoy recalling Speaking of photographs snowball concessions Satlday SUITS y .
FURNITURE GO ed to attend and the meeting be- their matches A Ten- Striking resemblance of Stebbln'sBaby prices were down to four cents, ALL WOOL >
-
gins at 7:30: o'clock nis Tournament every twenty daughter to the new Movie threeforadlme What about all
years ? That's Bad .. We'll. find Sandy Henvillef (East Side these little portable radios that '
I have to make an annual. affair of Heaven, etc.) pictured on Life's walk up and down main drag? $1000&$1250;

Mr. Ward back from a visit to cover (Aug. 14, Issue) There oughta be a law . SOME WITH TWO '

JDollar :Marietta, Ga., with relatives Telegraph Tattle Our erstwhile Our sympathy to Junior Adkins PAIRS PANTS
Day Plenty of fried chicken and a fine editor has hied himself away and his absessed ear that's an I
time Little Billy Blakely visIt- for six weeks to learn a little linotyping earache you know and was ''
ing Lyle Anderson Billy fairly Julian Peek Jr., writes probably brought on by all this LADIES TWINSWEATER
: AT bubbles with excitement when hi of seeing a copy of the Telegraphat war talk SETS
gets to Starke He has so the World's Fair (the one with Looks like our city pappas would p
many friends here Martha and Andy GriffIs' picture on the front put a "stop-go-run like h to
THE CZAR JEAN SHOPPE Harold Wall in town making pre- page) beat the red" light at the 13-48 $1.98 and $2.98MILLINERY

parations for the trip to the It happened in church A intersection another wreck
World's Fair with the Governor's pretty little miss (age about six) there this week and dozens of
Saturday Sept. 2 1939 Party Blanche and Bill Wain- gazing at the gentleman passingthe close calls every day, say the business -
wrIght doln't the same They Collection Plate and asking, men on the corners there LADIES NEW FALL '
COME EARLY left from Jax on Sunday "How much Iso+1t tOo If you They claim one would pay for HATS
(AU this is still Satiday.) like Ogden Nash's way of sayingIt itself In a few months, and thatit
What a time they will have . Read "I'm a Stranger Here would help slow down traffic 98c to $1.95
BARGAINS! BARGAINS! Tra La, La Boom di a Would Myself" Light Poetry, and I through the school zone .
love being a stowaway on that Oh! so clever. I Last minute remembrances .
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trip (or do you jus' stowaway Hear that Elmo Struth offered W. P.Smith spent all one after-
Regular Price Sale Prlre on boats) Rosalind and to Bet Bill Graham (a small sum) ) noon spectating at the tennis tour NEW FALL; LINE
One Group Dresses $2.98 $1.98 $1.00 Jack Williams off to Indiana to that Jeannette Kincaid Is Caro- nament, but he still can't see "any *
One Group Dresses $5.98 $2.98 $1.98 $2.98 a convention Jus one trip lyn Callstreet Take him up on sense to the game" He's the _
One Group Dresses __ $7.98 $5.98 $4.50 $3.98 after another Call 'em the it Bill It's a good bet town's most ardent baseball fan Felt Eats
One Group Dresses __ $10.98 $14.75 $5.00 Wandering Williams Johnny Looking ahead: Leonard Kln- Pat and Mary Patten, Starke- -.- Men's
Redgrave and Merrill Struth in chen has already figured out that ite-Tallahassians, are now home-
town for the week-end Victor It wUl be John Godwin's day to ward bound after a few days In NEWEST
Thomas and wife strolling by stay behind the fountain at Can- Seattle biz- IN ALL THE
One Group Children's Dresses and Sunsuits Regular Washington, on a d
Price $1.49 $1,00, Sale Price ________ 2 for $1.00 Isn't she the home tiniest .person. Or,else. ova's next Xmas pleasure jaunt And so lone STYLES AND SHADES
Katie Fugate Along my street there was until next week.
I'm seem double again Vir-
ginia and Katie do look alike, and Priced At
Sunsuits Close-out ______n______________ __ 25c both so pretty Over some- ,
Group of Shorts Must Go ____________________ 69c body else's shoulder Grace Teachersand $1.95-$2.95-$3-501$
WaInwright looking neat as a
--/ pin The wind Jus doesn't
Vanity Fair Batiste Ensembles. Pajamas and House seem to get in her hair .

Coat __ _.._..______ ,, J- $3.00 ittlmore Mrs
---- ------------------ Johnny
George Anderson, and Mrs. Nathan THE
Prevatt finished their summer
Selection of Costume ewelry $1.50 & $1.00 Values school work at the U. of Fla. this \ STUDENTSHall's JARMAN"FRIENDLY"

Sale Price 50c week They have certainly ,
earned those Credits in this heat

I .
$1.00 Pocket Books ___1_______*._____________ 50c Lawtey listen'n Bill Wain- Restaurant SHOES FOR MEN
wright is now travelling Secre-
tary for his college fraternity . These Shoes with antique

Selection of Gifts ____________________________ 25c Read a grand write-up about him IS PREPARED TO finish are han-ruffed to a
In the Fraternity magazine .
He was a natural born leader deep rich tan 553 nisi

Blenko Glass Stemware Regular $1.00 Each while in school at the U of Fla .I SERVE YOU WITH A REAL HOT COME IN AND SEE OUR JARMAN STYLE CHA |
Now SOc Heard that Nat Sternberg won II E
another "Blind Bogie" (Sort I VEGETABLE LUNCH AS SHOWN IN THE ESQUIRE MAGAZI.

vague, but you win without knowing -

Blenko Blackberry Design Glasses, Iced Tea & Fruit ) on the Gainesville Golf $5.00 to $7.50-

Juice, Regular $1.00 __________ .,---j.:------ 50c Course a couple of weeks ago FOR ONLY School
Makes the sixth prize Nat has Complete Outfits for the
walked off with this summer .

Salad Plates $1.00 ________________________ 65c The Prizes are Golf Balls He Boys and Girls
is the lucky one 25cDesert New Goods Low Prices Friendly
Paddlln around the Pond :
SAVEU
Martha Brownlee at the lake fora TRADE &
AT ALEXANDER'S
All Sales Final few weeks Quite a vacation
-- --
for Martha She's on duty
most of the time Wonder if.
USE OUR LAY-AWAY PLAN that handsome gent In the red and DrinkWE

and buy your Winter wardrobe now. The heart canoe throb Is Lois. Adkins'That Fall current feelin CAN SERVE AT ALL HOURSHALL'S
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smart things shown first at the In the sir these late August morn- .....
ings Optimistic Olga .
That's me I know summer la
Clar-Jean Shoppe not over yet Phoebe Hill, per RESTAURANT)
sonal district vicepresident of ; ,

Priced To Suit Your Pocketbook the Young Democratic Clubs of On
Berry Market S. A.
Florida. we k-cndlag with the Le- tifpepot j '
roy Roans Never thought so STARKE, FLA. II. E. IIATFIEi
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PAGE FIVE
I, 1939 BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE. FLORIDA
t. "sprTr.I18F.R: : .
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Jones who has spenl Mra. Jack Pickard returned la bringing; rakes hoes' axe.!. und
Mrs. Alice
Mr. and Mrs. Leaton Morgan
r-- BITS of LOCAL NEWS I and family and Mrs. J. A Sass the past week here aa guest of Mr her home in Dublin, Ga., last Friday I lunch. Mrs. Senle Prevatt wishes -
to thank who has
week here everyone as-
of Shamrock spent Sunday :in and Mrs. R. C. Buford and Mrs after spending a
returned to hei of her parents, Mr. and slated in the refenclng of the cem-
-- I Plant City aa guests of Mr. UrMra. Lette Stilley aa guest
.II' spent Mon Miss Clarice Gill Is visiting her Mrs. II. S. Priest of Talluhasai O. L. Morgan. home in Jacksonville Saturday Mrs. Theo Tlson. Her father accompanied etery.

dklns brother Prescott Gill, In Bublln. and Judge J. R. Kelly of Madison She was accompanied home bj her home and spent

elneAVale.A Ga., this week. were recent guests of Mr. and Miss Carolyn Hutto of Colun Mrs. Stilley and Miss Gloria Bu the week-end in Dublin, returninghere
Mrs. O. M. Copps. 'to ford who will spend a week with Monday.
Tuea-
(
arrived
Anderson spent bin, S. C., Tuesday her. -. RITZ THEATRE
JaeaaorWflenil Mrs. J. A. Sasser and son ol spend the Labor Day holiday
Shamrock are spending this week Mr. and Mra. Carlyle Ritch of with her parents Mr. and Mrs 1 L. Mrs. Laura Decs
w B. Parks left In Starke with relatives. Gainesville are spending two S. Hutto and family. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. GUI) and son,, Mrs. Laura Dees, 80, mother of STARKE, FLORIDA
Mrs I .Jackie Jo, of Hamlet, N C., who
to Atlanta, Ga. weeks at Kingsley Lake in the Mrs. Lerenzo D. Green of this
fOI a i rip J. H. Ritch cottage.Mr. have spent the past ten days at. city, died at the residence of an- FrL. Sat, Sept. 1 & 2
N. D. Wainwright, Jr., and Mrs. Maxwell Rogers and chll< -
Fair In New
tending the World's other daughter Mrs. C. D. Williams
Merrill of KeystoneIti Charlie returned to their hone DOUBLE FEATURE
Cooper were recent business ren have
? here Tues and Mrs. Albert Cuff ot I York City arrived Wednesday for in Tampa Friday of lost
visitor visit
a visitors In Augusta, Ga. in Tampa after enjoying a
Gill's "TEXAS STAMPEDE"Charles
Jacksonville a visit with Mrs. parents,, week after a brief Illness. Funeral
were guests Sunday of the Rev. and
here as guests
I and J. M. Alvarez, atKingsley
Mi. Mrs.
services were held Sunday In
of Starrett
Mrs. Cuff's parents, Mr. and
Mrs K. W. Armstrong, of Jack Mrs. Frank Robinson.Mr. .
and n Lake. Mr. Gill returnedto Methodist Church
from the
Rlch"IB Mayo
ft Mrs. W. C. Rogers.
o K'dd' in Jackaon- sonville, was a guest this week of Hamlet Sunday afternoon,, there with the Rev. W. II. Hern- "Down In Arkansaw"Sun.

fUursday Misses Amelia and Olive Ray. and Mrs. Cecil Ritch and while :Mrs. Gill and Jackie Jo remained don, Sr., the pastor, officiating,
Mrs. K. G. Duncan, Mrs T. T. children of St. Petersburg will arrive )- for a longer visit. assisted by Rev. J. L. Hunter of ., Uon., Sept. 3 & 4.

In B. A Pope, Jr., of Fountain, N. Long, Mrs. D. P. Carpenter, and the latter part of the week to Tampa. Interment In Bethel "Daughters Courageous"The

Smith spent brother Sunday, F. E.Sewell C., Is the guest of Judge and M 'a. Mrs. M. F. Brown spent Wednet pend next week at the Epperao Mr. and Mrs. Paul Canova. Jr. Cemetery, Mayo, followed !Immediately .
with ms A. Z. Adkins at Kingsley Lake. day In Jacksonville.Mrs. cottage on Kingsley Lake. ant son, Paul III, of Jacksonvillewere afterward Lane Sisters
John Garfield Claude Rains,
guests Tuesday of Mr. Canova's Tho survivors are five daughters I
Mrs. A. C. Gilleon of Gainesville W. F. Swlnyer, who has Mrs. Hudson Ashley and soi mother Mrs, P. E. Canova. Mrs C. D. Williams and Mrs. Jeffry Lynn. Fay Balnter. Donald

lv B and Mrs. R.In ,was the guest of her parents, Mr. spent"' the past month here, left Ashley, Jr.. have returned to I Thursday! Mr. and Mrs. Canova D. J. Clark of Tampa. Mrs. Ler- Crisp, May Robion, Frank Mo-
Tuesday '
oest, spent and Mrs. R. A. Nettles, Monday. last Thursday for her home In their home In Atlanta Ga.. aft r I and children moved here from enzo D. Green of! this city, Mra. J. Hugh, Dick Foran

ullle San Francisco, Calif. spending a week here as guest Jacksonville. While their new F. Hunt of Dade City and Mrs.

of Albany Ga., Miss Julia Tison of Gainesville Mr. and Mrs. I. P. Shepherd. home Is being constructed they Irene Johns of Mayo; two anna, Tuesday, Sept. 6
Jackson and friends spent the week-end here with her Mr. and Mrs. Bill Tison of will make their home with Mr. L. B. Dees, Mayo and L. ['. Dees, Return Engagement -

Ring relatives parents Mr. and Mrs, Theo Tison. Jacksonville "spent' Sunday here as Miss Ann Terry of Rome, Ga, Canova's mother Raleigh, N. C., 11 grandchildren By Popular Request
fnday of :
Mr Tlson's
guests ,
Mr.
parents ;
of Mr. and Mn
and house guest and one great-grandchild. ONK DAY ONLY
Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Mundy re and Mrs. Theo Tison. Sam Anderson spent the weekenIn I Friends of Mr. and Mrs. H. C. -.---..----
of Shrleveport
Jordan turned Sunday from a visit with Orlando as the guest of Mi Wall and Mr. and Mrs. W. M. "ROSE MARIE"\
a, was a business visitor friends and relatives In Laurens, Mrs Eugene L. Matthews left: and Mrs. Clarence C. Burton Wainwright of Tallahassee will be Lawtey Cemetery MacDonald Nelson '
6; weeks S. C. yesterday to spend a few days i in: Interested to learn that they left A new fence has recently been Jeanette
Dade the of Mr. and erected round Lawtey Cemetery Eddy
City as guest
and the Governor's special
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Prather Sunday on -
School Store, heiulquar- Miss Johnnie Russell theweekend Mrs. Herbert S. Massey.Mrs. and train for New York City where and two gates installed. The
spent children, Helen, Billy Jlmmjof I 6 & 7
Mhuul stipples.n Cemetery is now ready for a Wed., Thura., Sept.
In St. Augustine. While Lynch. Ky., arrived Sunday for they will attend the World's Fair :
there: she visited the Marine Earl B. Searing returned i visit with Mr. and Mrs. C. W. I during Florida week. DIr and thorough cleaning and Thursday, "StronRor Than Desire"
of GainesvilleSiitlng 7, has been set as the
Rooks to her home here this week after September
Studios. I'ratheor and Miss Helen I'rather. Mra. Wall and Mr. and Mrs. Virginia Bruce Walter
friends here SaturntaWord to do name. Everyone with
spending two weeks In Jacksonville day
in GovernorCone's
I Wainwright were IMdg Mr. an interest in Lawtey Cemetery Is
rnoon. Mrs. Ruth Overstreet and son, with Searing Srott'i" School Store, cool, dean private party. I out that time
urged to rome at -
Tommie, of Tallahassee, spent the mil cheery leo cream, rhocolat"" I I ----
Week-end with Mrs. Fay Gill and Mr. and Mrs. Randolph Bore milk, and other good cats i'lltl George Flynn, Jr., and Lucian
of Jacksonville were guests Sunday -
family. Irlnka.Mrs.. Bray, Jr1 suited from Jacksonville
,\ (
of Mrs. Boree's parents, Mi
and :Mrs. G. t[. Bennett. Wednesday afternoon on the
:Misses Doris and :Morlene Ojedaof W. K. Wilder nnd little INSURANCEHAROLD
Shawnee for New York City,
New York City are guests this laughter, Bobby Jean, returnee
i-D: TO BUY cows and Mrs. Jack Maxwell and daugh chore they will attend the World's
after lwveks'
nil week of Mrs. Mike Dew nnd Mrs. .o Orlando Monday a
Market prices paid on ters. Joyce and Jean of Wes Fair. While will be
Grace Dew. visit with, her sister Mrs away they
i 0 ODOM box 247, Palm Beach, spent Tuesday will 'ay Gill and Mrs. Mae Edwards: the guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. S.

le, Fla 331lyr.p Misses Juunlta Barefoot and Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Buford.Mr. Duvls of North Hack<,nsl\ck, N.

I.LK 30-acre farm, 8 miles Edith Rowe spent Monday at the Mrs. S. E. Brownlee and Mrmd F., and of their aunt Mra. Francis
i ot Starke 6-room house. State Farm as guests of :Miss and Mrs. Albert Swartz of: Mrs. J. M. Brownlee wen Hatch, of Washington, D. C. C. WALL AGENCY
Gainesville were guests Sunday; afternoon of George and Lucian were accompanied -
idlu pnsture for stock; Enzu Weaver. quests; Saturday
afternoon of Mr and Mrs. R GKiilcl and to Jacksonville\ Mr. G.H. .
{for trucking. Variety of fudge and Mrs. A. V. Long I by Please Phone 146
ana grapes; 20 acres In Mr. and Mrs. I. H. Blasingame nnd Mrs. P. E. Canova. ilr.. and Mrs. Milton Brownlee irGainesville. I Flynn and daughter, Betty Ann

Mis. J J. Ziegler, will leave the first of the week mil Mrs. L. M Gray.
Mrs.V.. H. Perkins returnee
a. Fla 8-18 4tp, for a week's visit in Augusta, Ga., -
weeks in Lakeland
Sunday after two -
Mlasllmmle
with relatives. James Holllngaworlh and
TRAYED OR STOLEN- as guest of her daughter, Houlton, the latter a etu-

Hereford bull, long horns, Mrs. George Bennett of Jacksonville lU'rs. R. B. Trask, and family.Mr. lent at the University of Ala LABOR DAY SPECIALS We Close Monday Afternoon

lid white face. Marked is the guest of her broth- ama, were guests Sunday night
wo splits In one ear, er-in-Iawl and sister, Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. James L. Hair oi of Mr. and Mra. James Hair Ir
|.v fork under bit In other. Junius Smith. Lake City spent Sunday here ai Lake CityFriends I
|ed M. Notify D. W. guests; of Mrs. Hair's parents, Mr

Starke. Fla., box 497. Billy Blakely of Waldo has returned and Mrs. F. C Hollingsworth.Mrs. of Mr. and Mrs. I. HBlaMngame Tip Top Grocery HAKE< A CAKE

ARD. 2t to his home after spending will be Interested to SPECIALPound
C. II. Register of Lak
several days here as the gupst of earn that they! are now occupy
--all clothes now In my Butler and her guest, Mrs. Julia; I
[
|not called for within theo Lyle Anderson.Mr. in? the house formerly occupied MARKET
Eastman, were guests Saturday; by Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Warren or i AND 2.r c
( days will be sold for of Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Lawson -
and Mrs. Dick Hoaghn, Walnut Street.
Mrs M. Levlton. August -- STARKE FLA.
Ashton Mrs. George ,
Miss Ruth ,
39. 3t Charlei
W. Chalktr.
Mrs .C.
Bennett, Jack Sorgen, and Ernest: Mr. and Mrs S. R. Johns, Jr.,

;NT--turn"'hed' apartment Roebuck, all Jacksonville were er William pent Chalker Tuesday, and in John Ulddleburf Chalk I of Mrs. Ashley' uncle and aunt S. C. Cobbler Potatoes 10 lbs. 19c rii

private bath, extra room recent guests of Mr. end Mrs. J. of Mrs. G. A. Chalker. and daughter, Ann, were guest ,
Ired. F A. Scott, phone M. Brownlee and Miss Martha as guests Sunday afternoon of Mrs. Johns 6 Oz. Can lOc
at Kingsley Lake. parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Rltch, '
|arke It Brownlee
Friends of Mr. and Mrs. J. P In Jacksonville. Seedliess Grapes 2 Ibs. 15c
.. Warren and son will be Interested ,
-- 12 O .. Can 25c
to; learn that they have moved Into :
of Mra. C. A. Knight
Friends
NAT SEZ: : their new home on Church St. : to learn (that she I Is
I vlll recuperating be glad at her home site Beautiful Bananas 4 Ibs. 15c

Well, kids, today and tomorrow Mr. and Mrs. M. B. Fuller and ,
confined to St. Vincent'sHospital
elng
the last days you'll have to I.r I. Moody of Bunnell were guests
z are in Jacksonville followIng -
V of Mr. and :Mrs. F. F lOc
w i play but all around play and for no 8 long work month.makes Stump Sunday and Miss Marjorie Stump an operation. Yellow Onions, 3 Ibs.


Jack an Ignorant youth, or NUinp- MIllS Audrey Carlisle has returned Ralph Nettles returned to hit THREE DIAMOND Premium Coco-Nut


outfit and tin'. tomorrow And the you youngsters are mothers due last for-days school today to her,to Mr.vacation Macon and Ga.Mrs.here. after J.with B.spendIng Car her- a home week here.on after Ralph Payne's spending is Prairie a Junior nearly coyunching. InD. ; I Sliced Pineapple, No. 2 Can 12i/2c 4 Oz. Tin lOc '


opening Monday. Our bargains parents H. S., this year and a member 2 Oz. Vkg 5c

below are Just a small sample of lisle. of the football team.

what we have to show you when Col. and Mrs. J.-E.-Futch of: Mr. and Mrs. George C. Whit Jewell Compound Lard, 3lbs. 25cSWIFT'S
In.
of
you come DeLand were week-end guests :
aft
Frances White,
and daughter
Mr. and Mrs. H L. Brownlee, Mrs
'
with
here PREMIUM
two weeks SUGAR
er spending r
YOUR Futch remained for a longer Mrs. J. W. White and other rela MILK a
ON
SAVE MONEY visit. ives; returned'to their home Irrallahassee Tall Can 5 Pounds Pound 19c

Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Johns spent 5c 23c

ALL BUYINGWeight the week-end in Lake Butler as; Tommy Hitch left Monday foi

guests of their son and daughter Facksonvllle where he will continue nEST WHITEBACON BLUE ROSE KAHKUH
and Mrs. Freeman
In-law Mr. his studies In Robert E. Lee RICE '
____ 12'jCch Chocolate 7 /,
Mattress Ticking, yard ____ Johns.H. Ugh School. While In Jacksonville 5 Pounds c

_______ 29c his home with Pound
make
Unbleached Sheeting yard --- he will
O. Lawson, H. A. Lawson 17c Spry 1 lb. can 21 cBltOOKFlKIJD
Fall Anklets for kids ____________________ 15ces and children, Elizabeth and Charles 3r. and Mrs. C. C. Mendoza. 7Yzc ,

Undershirts or Shorts __________________ 25c spent the week-end In Blackly Elbert H. Smith left yesterdaj Fancy Patna Rice, 5 Ibs. ___ .- 25c

's Work Shirts SPECIAL ____ :----------- 49ces Ga., and Dothan, Ala., with- re from Jacksonville aboard the Morocco .,...,., Pound

Frocks New styles _____*____________ 98c latives. Temple Special to Convention attend the Red Beans, 5 Pounds ______._ .-- 20c
Shrine
Quality _______.: ---- 50cI Mrs. D. S. Permenter and two outheastern 30c
Boys Shirts ____ ----- his week-end In Chattanooga,, 25c

I Dresses all sizes ____________________ 49c hildren. Mitchell\ \ and Dorothy,, Tennessee. He will return Sunday Blackeyed Peas, 5 Pounds -

Khaki Pants sizes 6 to 16 ______________ 98c week-enuests night... 8.\KKTY AMKIUCAV: I KITCHEN" 2 Borne

to match ____________________________ 75c person, Jr. Mrs.-R. O. Kldd, Mrs. Annie MATCHES Pkg. 5c IMATCHES 5c CHEESE, Lb. 17c

Shirts.. or Shorts ________________________ 15c Louise Stem returned toher 'razee' and Mrs. S. S. Dowling .

Colur DrPMFI Prints, yard __________--..--- LJlf Miss home here Sunday after were pent accompanied Monday in Jacksonville home by ,Mrs.and 7 Roses Flour, 24 Pounds 60c | Home Made Lard, Can $3.75 !
in St. Augustine '

USEFUL PREMIUMS GIVEN AWAY TICKETS FREE spending as several the guest day of Miss Bllie been lorence visiting Emma Mr.Canova and Mrs.who Paul had Indian Head Flour, 24 Lbs. 55cl I Syrup, Gallon SOc

f0 ALL TRADE
WHO SAVE OUR Turner.B. .
E. Canova.L. No. 2 Can

er Grade Prints, yard ______________ 15c &1 19c A. Pope, Jr.. who has been E. Jordan and son, Edward,, TOMATOES 6c

Sanforized Overalls __.._________________ $1.00 visiting at the summer home ot were guests Sunday of Mr. and

Grade Work Pants _____________________ $1.00en's Judge and Mrs. A. Z.home AdkJna In Fountain left .frs.. T. J. Griffin. They were accompanied MERITA

Work Oxfords _____________________ $1.00 Wednesday N. C.Misses for his home by Mrs. Jordan r 1lUN4 SODA FREET.J I
and son Harold, who have spent eLa,,, Crackers :j
r's Work Oxfords NOW _____________ $1.75 the last two weeks here with Mr .. P

,.'s Shoes for boys _____________________ $1.98 Elizabeth of Jacksonville Wllflams and will and Mrs. Griffin. 3 Ibrt. ,r
Hutto
S Peter's Dress Shoes ___________________ $2.25.r ) irrlve Edna: today to spend Us Labor A. Z. Adklni, 25c !
and Mrs.
Work ______ $1.98 here with families Judge lOc 2 Pkga. 15c Package 18c 2 For 19c
Shoes for men ____:._--____ Day holidays and son, A. Z. Jr., will leave Sunday Package

ens Kid Oxfords (Peter's) .'li---------- $2.00 md friends. for Charleston, S. C., where ,

es Arch Shoes _________ _______ $1,98 & $2.98 FOR OVER 70 YEARSI! A.. Z. Jr wUl enter the Citadel and TABLE ..If.
e8 $1.00 for the coming term. Judge :
| Uniforms all colors -------- Almost since the War Betweenthe Irs.. Adklns will go from Charles- SALT .M
.Hapgrade/ School .Pants _--t--_ ___- $1.49 States, Wintenmith'i Tonic ton to the mountain of North env 2 for CUSS*TUMIUIS-*

'18 Shoes Special Price ____.. ___ .- 69c has been widely used for the relief Carolina. Dare Sc .m;
of Malaria, and as a General Tonic. one \
IT. AT All over the South, for nearly four Mr. and Mr. R. R. Hutchingf 3 For 19c TU \
PAYS TO -
BUY
miUumi of people have week-end
generations, Gainesville were V ...
Ihllllp' OelJcloiw 3 No. a I.a g I
known and trusted Wintenmith'i. Lb 39e
gueata of his parent Mr. and
Get a bottle TODAY, and give it Ira. T. M. Hutch ln They were 3 For 19c Pork,and B-2 Lb. 20c I
a chance to convince YOU, too. '
ccompanled home by Mr. Becbeforrlson 5 J.bs. 23e

WINTERSMITH'STONIC of Rlceborough\ Georgia, Lbs. c a For 1 Toilet Paper 3 rolls- IOcq.
who bad spent the preceeding 10 Lbs. 42 LightHouse Cleaner lOc ,
week here as the pest of Mr. and

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STAItKK. FLOIt.JA FRID.i'i i
PAGE. FIY BnAPPORI COUNTY TEIJEOKAPI1. !: I'TE:tBCQ I .


I FARMERS' SECTIONRURAL I, FARMERS GET COMMISSIONERS I! LIVE STATE NEWS fits wouuiamounted t to 1""Ul",.t 6,to\hly not j-.h h.;:

than
PAY CUTMore i MINUTES .--- .--- -- .. --.--. -- --- -- .. --- .. 000 In 1940, m ludtng bOthp)
ments to ,
r wh( n /.'
.- - I than 4,000,000 farmers The Board of County Commissioners FAMILY FIGHTS OKAYED' : BLAMED FOR FIRE death payrnen, ,' reach t nUS <

HINTS FOR TIlE who co-operate In the Government's -j I of Bradford County, Florida DeLand, Henceforth husbandsand Tampa, -- An "electric needle" The OrldnUu field'
I which is supposed to "age" new begun to ornce
SENSE HOUSEHOLD crop control program this met in adjourned session Au- wives can fight to their notify .\'* t
COMMON moonshine into mellowness was renUy earn!11
received notice last week that the following : hearts content In Volusla County. appvn for (:
11 1939 with
year gust ,
SCIENTISTS NOW OFFER GOOD GATEWAYS MEAN I their benefit checks would be ten I. County commissioners have instructed blamed by State beverage inspectors wenta that th", new JSP"1 I

HOPE FOR LESS WORRY MORE SAFETY ON FARMS less than anticipated. members present; L. L. Conner, enforcement officers not today for a fire In a Ybor enable them ,,0 receive**n:.
percent
I Chairman P. D Reddish, Mallory City residence and the incidental benefits IDOIIE
IN FUTURE into court, after
WITH WEEDS The Agricultural Adjustment to bring such cases Janua
The homemaker often has some Administration announced that the I Thomas, R. S. Wasdln, and T. D. describing the fees they incur as death of a negro boy, who was Workers who have 7rL, 1' 1 Iw

Weeds have been the bane of thing to say about the location)'reduction was necessary in order I Dyal. a "useless drain" on county: fund, killed when he darted into the ed lump sum payment"y I'et
street to see the fire trucks go be eligible
the farmer's existence throughout of the entrance to the farmstead, i to give all complying farmers a 1. The Board having heretofore instructed past. An Ice wagon hit him. The after that/ date."Workers far. monthly.,

the years, and seem to be get- fields and pastures If they borderon share in the $500,000,000 providedby the County Assessor of |, CHICKENS PURSUE WORMS I fire started when G. I, Harris andF. who

ting worse as their seeds become the highway, says Miss Mary Congress for payments In 1939 Taxes to assess the lands of the I Canal Point,-Chickens here are L. Tlllia, State liquor agents tween now /and become 65

more widely scattered. On our, E. Keown, state home demonstration -I under the Soil Conservation Act I II American Tung Groves Incorporated after the late as well as the early were seizing 122 gallons of un- er said, "get 194U, Nr \A\,.
the same is true for: these of high I The reduction will apply to' at $2.00 per acre the same as!! considerably
farm and agent. In days worm. Pratt Pope said his flock taxed liquor. Some of the moonshine from the
reVised
moat other farms, more kinds of I speed traffic she is properly con- i about 2,000,000 cotton farmers, other lands undergoing reforestation went to roost at sundown during spilled on the floor, Harris ance plan than old are It
than a decade of her fam- several thousand rice and tobacco, and which are not productive they coved ,
now the safety
weeds are present cerned for the recent full moon, but when related, and was Ignited by an received before '
or two ago. ily when they go out of the yard. I growers and another 2,000,000 or: at this time, and these values the lunar glow was brightest the electric wire to which the "needle"had amended. The the laa,

However, the United States De- Children may be endangered on more farmers in ten States designated having been approved by the Boardat chickens came out again and been attached. now provided monthly lien
to the by the AAA as its north its August 7, 1939, and Will
school meeting
partment of Agriculture tells us their way to or started scratching up a meal. ways amount to practically j
farmers may take neighbors. The farmer himself central region. some further dlscussioh coming the mUch maq

heart that from young the well founded belief and his helpers run risks If the Because more farmers participated before the Board at this time con- ,-.- TO AID WOMEN STUDENTS ant lump sum to Which the d
would
that they may have lees trouble entrance to the highway is hid- in the programs! for these cerning these values it was unani- COLEE GIVEN: NEW DUTIES Klein H. Graham, business man- titled." formerly hate.".'II.....

from weeds in future than they den from passing motorists by groups than was estimated last: mously agreed to allow the valuesto Jacksonville, Florida Harold ager of the University of Floridafor "Pointing

have today. Scientists are pro- trees' high schrubs, or other ob- November, when tentative payment stand, and the said County Assessor Colee, president 0 f the 33 years and treasurer of the act eliminate out !hat the BIDr

viding and farmers are adopting structions. A slow-moving vehicle rates were announced, the' of Taxes was so Instructed. Florida State Chamber of Com- Rotary Educational Loan Corpo- age 65/ this "stop >:hte'
as of
newer methods of farming that or farm implement comingout AAA said the reduction was man-: The Board Inspected the County merce, has been appointed a membEr ration since Its founding in 1922, Mr. Weaver January I, 1N I

keep weeds in check. I of such an entrance may be datory. Shares of the groups in Jail and Grounds and recommended of the Florida State advisory said today that the 64 Rotary the worker acid, this mew ,

The wider use of grass farming struck, or it may block the road. the $500,000.000 fund were allocated that the roof of the buildingbe 1 committee of the National Youth clubs of Florida hoped to shortly up old now cominuejtij I
age
tendency in this Perhaps the worst location for at the time the tentative repainted, that the front porchbe Administration according to announcement increase their loan fund capital insurance wage CIt '
one
cited as regardless
!la
direction. A good stand of grass an entrance is near the top of a rates were announced.The 1 repaired and that porches and I received here from Investment to $50,000: so as to extend he remains of his ,igc, M Ion, ,

not only hold the soil in place hill where it is impossible for per- farm act permits officials I the toilet building for the colored Miss Thelma McKelvey, secretary loan assistance to students' I by the in,employment"I COed \

and thus prevents erosion, but also sons using It to see all traffic ata to Increase or decrease payment people be repainted. I of the national youth organ 1I of Florida State College for Wo- more, there program fWu

crowds out weeds. safe distance and impossible for rates up to ten per cent. Under I Bids being in order for the I zation. men as well as the University of I which the new IS another 11'1\

The plant breeder is developing the motorists coming over the hill this provision payments were increased 1 painting of the County Jail Roof, Florida. With a present capital qulrements for plan IIberall&ei
to see those entering or- leavingthe cent in connection the of Florida receiving ben
investment
which are more 10 per for the roof and porches to $33,000, To
varieties of crops ; CUPID ROBBING CRADLE qualify for leJ
with weeds. The farm. with the 1937 program. I Jail Building and for the roof to Rotary Clubs have loaned $76- under monthly
to compete the old
able
weeds have better root systemsthan I There is also danger if the Officials explained that the reduced the toilets for the colored people, I Jacksonville,-Cupid, apparently cradle- 000, assisting over 650 needy and to have been in plan, a works

most crop plants and so I driveway is not straight, so that rates of payments under the Dewey Williams and Calvin Johns, has been doing some and the I deserving young men to begin, or ment at some covered cmil
time
moisture and plant food are turning or backing Is necessary Soil Conservation Act would not each submitted bids and the con- robbing in Duval County ''to continue their training at the different durtajV
when off the high- to adjustment checks, awarded Wil- legal aid society plans to do of Florida. years after the prod
scarce the weeds get the available in getting onto or apply price tract was to Dewey de- : University started in '
January,
nourinhment. But the scientistsare ,way. The approach to the gate- which come from a separate $212- liams.[ something about It. Directors fore 1937 &
sided at a meeting that too many reaching 65 this ruled
should have an inner radiusof 000,000 fund. MARKET CLOSES
developing cultivated crops way Miss J. L. Sogitiird, a nurse em-
with bigger and more dense root not less than 30 feet If a Under the reduced schedule. ployed by the State Board of under-age girls are eloping to Live Oak-Tobacco sates closed and everyone the becoming 55 before'!
married lump
and being sums ]
systems. Such plants are not so tractor and trailer have to use the complying cotton growers will be I. Health, advised the Board that the other counties here today after establishing a benefits were the

much affected by bad weather and entrance, a 40-foot radius Is need- paid 1.8 a pound Instead of 2 W P, A, had discontinued the without parental consent, and new record for the State when worker who they could get Ifo; ,
ahead of ed. Easy curves make entrance cents rice 9 cents planned to take appropriate action of leaf has been in cm\,(
are better able to keep ; growers 0.1 services of W P. A. County Nurse 10,157,623 pounds were employment for

the weeds. Some of the new easy. hundred pounds Instead of Mrs Clennie Hlckok because she to stop it. sold during 17 days of sales this as a and as hon I'
year a half
plants also have more and bigger Other points: A well-drained en- cents; and growers of firecuredand I had been employed for eighteen season. Warehousemen were busy monthly benefits may J'I(
if he
leaves and lire better able to trance prevents erosion and per dark air-cured tobacco 1.26, months and that unless the Boardof TOBACCO SALES checking the season's total while wise U o::
He
qualified
shade out their rivals. mits all-weather use. Engineers cents a pound instead of 1.4 cents I County Commissioners and the Lake City,-The Lake City reporter buyers began leaving shortly after retirement benefit, may u cola

The growing use of cover crops recommend that when a field or Similarly the payment rate per I. Board of Public Instruction pro- announced last week that sales!! ended to spend a few days after he has passed iiip65tht any

also tends to keep down weeds, pasture Is entered directly from acre on "soil depleting" crops, to vided for her salary the work official tobacco figures releasedby with home folks before buying day and has topped wortmonthly

particularly winter cover which the highway, the gate-and as farmers who adopted specific conservation -: would have to terminate. The Rex Gass, sales supervlser, disclosed starts in the Carolina bell Just benefits first become

crowds out weeds that germinateIn much fence as necessary-be set practices, will be 99''I matter was laid over to be con- that the Lake City market what the crop returned to Florida able, however, in 1940 A*

the fall and produce seela in back from the highway 20 feet cents an acre instead of $1.10 in! sidered when the Temporary sold 5,116.542 pounds of flue cur- growers was a matter of conjec- earner need not "remain Inca

the early spring. further than the fence line. An North Dakota, Kansas Oklahoma,I Budget Is taken up. ed tobacco for the gross amountof ture late last week, but it is es- employment until >tea
entrance level or on a gentle slope Texas, and portions of Arkansas, breaking timated they received in the toqiu
Cattlemen und dairymen are Miss Ruth Johnson, Supervisor $615,209.84. This record provided he has met the

more and more adopting and following is safer than one on a steep hill New Montana Mexico and, Colorado California, Wyoming in the,:I of the County W, P. A. Sewing market for one set of buyers neighborhood of $14 per hundred ments at any earlier 'ate rq.''

the practice of mowing side.These Room Project, advised that :52 averaged slightly better than most pounds, Average State yield per Today's discontinuance of clj

their pastures, thus cutting the and other points are to North Central Region. announced I. women employees had been laid markets In the belt on total ton- acre was reported around 600 receipts does not apply to d-
All other
growing weeds and often preventing be considered by the homemaker previously those off because they have had eigh- nage with two buying sets. pounds per acre. benefits, also made' m the,'
location of the payment rates. Including on
when the roadway .
them from producing seed. teen months employment in accordance '
of lump sums!!! uncle i 'he rfj!
ia discussed Miss Keown corn, wheat, and other tobaccos I
being FILES BANKRUPT; PETITIONAubuindale
found also
USDA have with a recent order and
people
The law. Such to the '
SI'ECIAL
will stand because the number of : GOVERNOR'S payment
that cultivating perennial weeds believes. farmers with that those laid off would not be I LEAVES FOR FAIR ,-City Attorney La- tives or estates 'of wage eir
complying programsfor
two or three weeks, Instead permitted to make application for timer A. Long today announcedthat
every who die before 1940 will) be:
NEW KEA DEVELOPMENT these crops was about that an- Jacksonville-An elaborate en-
of each week, for two years hasa reemployment by the W. P. A. for the City of Auburndale had tlnued. Monthly survivon'bifits
MAY ItlllNG ELECTRICITYTO ticipated. 'I tertainment awaits the of
eradicate these group filed Its petition for an adjust-
tendency to thirty days and that their places the tar
LOW-INCOMK: FARMS Officials said the payments Under more than 200 persona who early ment of the city's bonded indebt- provided by new
pests. : would be filled by certified workers -
effective under \
come >'I on
Conservation Act for this
the !! this week boarded Governor Cone'sofficial
edness in the United States District -
Farmers are now more prone to The Rural Electrification Administration I year would start moving to farm- on the waiting lists. I special train at the Terminal -' Court, Southern District of uary 1, 1940. Widows orphu
weed. the run-around by rotating Application of William J worken
give announced recentlythat ers within the next month and Strongfor Station for a visit to the Florida at Auburndale dependent parents
crops. Where a one-crop several treatment In the State Tuberculosis Tampa. die after that date may K\\
continue for months.
It has developed, in coopera- I New York World's Fair. In ad- defaulted on its Indebtedness in
system allow a weeds to get the Sanatorium at Orlandowas I within the tens
reduced rates such benefits
the an-
tion with several electrical equip- Despite dition to Governor and Mrs. Cone 1930. The petition In bankruptcyshows
upper hand, planting the land to in the farm act received and referred to P. the revised plan
ment manufacturers, new devices other provision and a list of prominent Florida
that the assessed valuationof
I
a different crop often enables the D. Reddish for investigation and .-
benefit (I -
in
the weeds In and techniques by which low-In- requires increases I citizens, the train bore a large all taxable property by the cityis
farmer to keep report. Has: an Idea
"Speed"
electric checks under $200. ,
farmers have
come of
may group Boy Scouts. It departed $1,088,408, and that the total
check. I service at very low cost. The AAA said the reduced rates .- at 8 o'clock Sunday night bonded Indebtedness is $1,898,275/ A group was lying ''In> ttaij
.
Farming Is a constant struggle Commenting on the developments would not change the total sums BOOK REVIEWThe representing a priclnpal ,debt of in front of the fireplace i

against pests and adversities of which REA announced, Sec allotted from the $000,000,000: for TO FILL VACANCIES $1,229,000 and matured interest of one of them spoke up

various kinds!!, but newer methodsare I the various affected crops. These Grapes Of Wrath Tallahassee of "Is It a-ralnin out"
,retary of Agl'lculturHenry A. Appointment $668,575. Under the plan of com
making the task easier. are: Cotton, $115,000,000/ ; generalsoil "Ah don't know' replied
Wallace said; "Wide use of this by 11 faculty members to take the position as outlined in the peti-

engineering advance, If it proves depleting crops, $62,000,000; John Steinbeck place of teachers who are on leave tion, an outright cancellation of other.
Monogrammed personal stationery I an' look,, IaII
fire-cured and dark air-cured to- "Well, git up
feasible, will make electricity The recent publication of "The or who have resigned has just 80 percent of the Indebtedness will
at the Bradford County Tele available to hundreds of thous- : bacco, $1,600,000, and rice, $1- Grapes Of Wrath" has caused a been announced by President Edward be made and refunding bonds Issu- the first voice"Oh"
persecuted
graph. the
ands of farm homes which cannot 800,000. great amount of discussion Conrad) of Florida State ed for the remaining 20 per cent. said II
an' see
..h>H'k. now afford service, even at the throughout the country The College following action of the "call de dawg in

MALARIA substantially and progressively QUOTA NOT SET BUT squeamish call It obscene and de- State Board of Control. The wet." .
MONTHLY -
666OUR CHECKS
.
lowered costs achieved during the TOBACCO REFERENDUM grading. Those who are most newly appointed teaches will take -

,* 1 day and rrlleTm four years since the Federal rural PLANS ARE FORMING familiar with actual conditionscall over their duties with the openingof FOR WORKERS Typewriter ribbons, o w

Liquid.' *-.to/. COLDS started." the Fall term paper, second sheets
Maly electrification program It an authentic picture of Monday, Sep- l
tint Instructions for holding a referendum tember 1.GUNMAN. machine paper at Bradford tj
No. III'0P. Tm om day The new device consists of a American refugees, emigrantsfrom Congressional approval of a Dill
Wonderful flue-cured tobacco ,
Try "Kub-My-Tisni" u on
Liniment small transformer, a new gap for marketing quotas for the 1940 the dust bowl area. amending the social security act ty Telegrapn. __

lightning protection, a new typeof crop have been approved by the The story tells of the Joad : COPS PAYROLL has caused the Florida social security BUS SCHEDtlB:

circuit breaker, and an under- Secretary of Agriculture and will family whose westward trek from : Miami Beach, The Harborn board to atop accepting North Bound

ground wire from the transformerto Oklahoma to California was the Construction Company claims for lump sum old Insurance .
MILK be forwarded to county AAA of- reported a age Leave Starke: 2:45 .. II\
the house which serves both as result of glowing handbills prom- daring gunman benefits from earn- .
ficers, according to H. G. Clayton, singlehandedlyrobbed wage 1:50/ m.. 3 p.11.' .
a conductor and as a ground for AAA administrator in Florida. ising work in a land of plenty. two employes of a $1,495/ ers now-reaching 65. Under the p. m., : p. .

the circuit. All of these pieces of Definite decision to hold the re- The Joads set forth, poor in earthly payroll In mid afternoon last Friday revised program such workers p. m., 10:1p./ m.South Bound

equipment, which constitute a"service" ferendum and setting of a date goods but rich In hope of the The money was being pre- have an opportunity to get life- Starke 2:20: I. .Ma. .,

: tJt are being produced and await proclamation of a national future. Many were the struggles pared in the company's Miami of- time monthly benefits. These Leave m,2:20p.n,520p: \II.. "
marketed at very low prices, along the but the Joada fice for .
flue-cured tobacco quota by the way were distribution to workers on benefits will become payable on Bound to T *'*

bringing the cost of electricitydown secretary. not alone in the migration. Hund- I a construction job. Two em- January 1, 1940, Instead of In West 5:35: p. \II..a:f

t to a point where a minimum Triple-A officials in Washingtonhave reds more were westward bound ployes, a man and a girl, told police 1942, as scheduled in the originallaw. Leave Starke

e! Seldom Equalled bill of about $1 a month will pro- announced that the size of and all were willing to share their .the robber, waving a pistol, Starke 12:35: / p. m. II rvll l(

vide revenue enough for amortiza- the 1939 flue-cured crop apparently scanty supplies with one another. ordered them to lie on the floor Commenting on these changes, For free pick-up "
Never Surpassed tion of the cost.According Arriving in California the Joada and Paul In city limits) pb
scooped the K.
will bring supplies to a level up currency and Weaver, manager of the
to R. B. Craig Act discovered that there was work silver and fled In social way agent
requiring proclamation of a quota as a 1937 coupe. security board field officein

t ing Administrator of the REA not later than December 1, and promised yes, but at less than Orlando, said:

PETERSON'S this (new service will permit a the referendum must be held within starvation wages. The Joads and TAX BILLS TO RE "Termination of the payment of ITHEJH&
( to REDUCED
tenant farmer or share-cropper I
30 afterwards. The thousands like them were not lump sum benefits to
days sec- now
Tallahassee up pay-
DAIRY have electric light and radio, and loafers ,-Tax bills of Florida -
retary Is required to proclaim a or beggars. Given the opportunity railroads able to workers at age 65, is the m
other small probably will be
possibly appliances. reduced -
I Ir they were and
national when the willing only revision
I quota total sup able to 25 per cent, or about $62 ,- of the old age Insurance -
ply Is above the reserve supply work. However any attempts 000 this year. The State railroad program now effective '' ,

INSURE WITH to secure better wages by assessment board with the signing of the amend- ifei'al }It
level.Clayton agreed today
says that approval of collective action brought cries of"Communists" that railroad taxes should be ments by the president. The new :
JOHNS & WAINWRIGHT assessed -
K referendum instructions and forms and the hatred of on 24 cent of and (liberalized 'plan. while discontinuing -
per full
at this time will permit county the people in whose section they erty valuation prop this kind of benefit,
FIRE LIFE AUTO LIABILITY BONDS instead of 33 1-3
set their
makeshift
and community committees to up camps. Yet per cent of full valuation enables all workers in covered
used in
J Phone 13 STAUKE FLORIDA begin work at an early date on the established Californian could pant years. That means the tax employment-regardless of whether -

, the preparation of registration not be blamed for their hatred. bill will be cut 25/ per cent unless they reach 65 before or after

7 lists of persona eligible to vote. These were hungry and desperate counties and districts raise 1940-to receive monthly benefitsif 1LEADING re
their
Any owner, operator, tenant or people and it was natural to fear millage to offset the decrease they meet a few simple requirements llE'S
them. The end of the book In
finds
BOREE FUNERAL HOME share-cropper who receives a shareof assessed valuation. .

1 FuU Un. of Caaket & Undertaker Supplier the proceeds of a 1939 crop of the stant Joada embittered by the con- by cities and towns Taxes will not levied be "The social security board estimates H01EL

AMBULANCE SERVICE flue-cured tobacco is eligible to struggle for existence but affected. that 485-
approvlmately
:I' DAY AND NIGHT participate in the referendum. till keeping the hope alive that 000 persons past 65 will be en- 1 -

i 1St---P1IONK 154 Balloting will be secret. somewhere, somehow there wouldbe titled a'-
to
TO GET monthly benefits In :
COMMODITY 1940 lam
, a place for them. CARDS SUMMER N
, -1. O. H. BENNETT. Mfr. Outcome of the voting In the and that the benefits
Jacksonville. payable
\ -AHOME-LIKE, INSTITUTION"GOODRICH referendum will determine whether In "The Grapes Of Wrath" John offices throughout-District welfare during the year will exceed $110.- COMFORT rrrt Vi

. tobacco control will be placedIn Steinbeck report on things that orders to Issue surplus Florida had 000000. This total Includes payments ,.anal r uer 'r ee

, effect for the 1940 crop. Under he has seen. It may seem brutal cards to commodity to retired wage ,,..IMER
provisions of recent amendments and raw, but make no mistake, persona affected by the Plus the additional .earners. r
recent wave of benefits which
r if control Is voted in, growers will the author has a message and a State WPA layoffs the amended
Welfare plan
provides for
!
EASY TERMS Commissioner
r be given acreage allotments and definite warning In this book. C. c wives and dependent COCKTAIL
Codrington said "In children of
:permitted to market the entire I History has proven many times | accordance retired workers SHOP
with
I the desire and for the
production of the allotted acres. that If the hungry and hopeless of Governor widows
I Cone" and "in! orphans,
entire or dependent
: TIRES AND BATTERIES are ignored too long they will with the sympathy Parents of workers
plight of who
die. Un-
KEROSENE solve their many who are '-
STOVESFor problems In their own der the cast rw..aa
ZENITH and MOTOROLA RADIOS best service from a kerosene way. be it by persuasion or force. cause being of laid off the WPA rolls be- old plan lump sum bene

stove, keep it standing level, This Is an unusually powerful and the the reduction In projects p-
new 18-month
clean the wicks one a week and novel which brings forth an immediate foodstuffs ruling"surplus FUNERAL DIRECTOR

STERN'S GARAGE replace promptly with new ones 'reaction from the reader. the U. S. Department furnished of by 'M Many: Yean Experience Make It PowObto for .
when they burn down flush out agriculture SSBUCII
He will either tat It or lice It and distributed EFFICIENT: PROMPT COURTEOUS
regularly with clean: kerosene, and Intensely but he will not remain fare by the wel- and
STARKE FLORIDA department would be MODKBATB: PRICES
drain before storing It for made
any indifferent. DON'T MISS IT! available to
the
length of time. Virginia Welninger. workers. discharged relief DeWITT C. JONES

Starke Florid



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( BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE:, FLORIDA r- -- PAGE SEVEN'
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CHURCH DIRECTORY & NOTES r LAWTEYBy I MIXED rrrt JURY CALLS FLEA MENACE TO MOST
ScoutsMuch
William (Bill) lUununer Boy :MISTRIAL STRONGLY FORTIFIED ROCK
-- --- ------------ in criminal
Honolulu
-- --- -- --- Tampa-The Jury a ,--Dr. James II En-

METHODIST PRESBYTERIAN EPISCOPAL The Rev. Clyde Patrick entertained court case said "We give up," and right, territorial health commia-
i3UT1sTA CHRISTIAN Interest was In evidenceat called it a mistrial. Here's why: aloner's assistant said Oahu .
1ghtttotpator Rnv Frank. Robinson Rev. Chas. H. Allen, Rev. Fred Terkcs, Jr. members of the Epworth Island -
);:, Pastor Pastor Rector Re,'. S.Pastor V :>*t. John League with an old fashioned the regular meeting of the Boy Three negroes tried jointly on the most strongly fortified!

'l'hOnlu.o o,01 u"t."ndA Don.K. K.Superintendentof Ferryman, Organist Sunday Mill Ella School J. 8as.Supt. Sunday Srhnol Supt' "Candy Pulling" at bin home on Scouts of America Troop No. 70 a charge of theft from a lumber rock In the world has one vulnerable

) sch undo) Church School Mm James Carlisle Sunday School on last Friday evening when the defendant different
)1ornln' Church School Supt. to a story. ease-bearing flea may enter.
45" The P.-T. A. Ice Cream
to A. M. Services 10 o'clock Supperwas
Se: 'IceU Morning Worship Roy Mathews Worship Service Troop met In regular session, Each attorney argued his client This flea, Xenopslla Cheopls, is
( Sunday School. a big success regardless .of
Aptlst Tratnln'on. Service. 11 A..,M.Kveninr Church School 10 A. M. Every 3rd Sunday under the leadership of the was Innocent but that the other the carrier of bubonic plague. The
Worship 10 A. M. 11 o'olock .. m. the unsettled weather.F. .
JC" 1nln' \[, Service 8:00: P. M. Morning Worship Sundays __ 11 A. M. 8:00: o'clock p. m. Scoutmaster, the Rev. Frank Rob- two were guilty. The prosecutor Insect Is carried by rats.A .
servIce 111 Tountr Peovl'* 11 A. M. Fridays ._ S'OO: P. %\(. Prayer Meeting R. Carridine, C. M. Davis, S. inson. maintained they were all guilty. constant threat of bubonic
oP r .tln&' League Meeting"T:00 Sigma Chi 7:00: p. m. I Holy Day __l) A. M. Wednesday Night D. Phillips, M. B. Jones and W.
,yernedar, 111 P.M. : P. M. 8:00 o'clockCHrncn E. Plummer were business visit- The Main Court of Honor of Members of the jury by that plague confronts Honolulu and
PianIst Prayer MeetingWednesday. ? the North Florida Council Area time said they were unable to distinguish Oahu fortifications. Two of the
ranova'holr ; 8:00: P.M. ors in Jacksonville Tuesday even- held who was counsel for five principal Islands of Hawaii
Iona
)! MISSION HAUL was on last Thursday even-
L Director Mr.. F. H. Long, GOSPEL TAB.Sponsored OF ciiiutT
H. po..en Organist Sponsor: Ing.Mr. Ing In the Court House of Duval whom or who was testifying as to already have the plague.

olin Chairman Mrs. Jeannette D. Mr. and Mr. Mr. and Mr.by Harry Pastor Pickup, and Mrs. R A. Griffis, Miss County, Jacksonville, with Judge what and called It a misdeal. A The statements were made in

rd Dr 1\lckllter: DeaconS Klncald Choir Director J. T. Quigley J. T. Qulgley Bible Study a p. m. Olaine Edwards and W. Plummer J. Ollie\ Edmunds presiding. The new trial was ordered for another connection with a territorial ) :

Chairman V. Mis. E. K. Perryman, BIble Study, each each Evangelistic: Service Sermon! and The were victims of a deep: sea fishing highest rank that is offered by day. health board report that addItion11 '
Friday and Sun
rd or powell Trustee.I. Assistant Organist Tuesday evening 8:00: day evening 8:00 Lords evry Supper undlAY 4 p. m. trip this week-end. the National Council, that of -Tampa Daily Times al bubonic plague rats had been i

G. Will our nlatform be comnleted-- I _r.;:.,...cia.._ !_':IN"tAfAR____ n__ _awn n_.rli..1i___ tn._ I trnnneri-- on__. the___ _bland_.___ of__ n HnwnJI.__- ___. .. I'I
a'
-- -
-- -- ---- in the near- future? or will l-the Frank Robinson, III. 0V RECOVERY! 150 miles from Honolulu and Its i''

METHODISTCHURCH BAPTISTCHURCH city be presented with another Others being recognized for Despite the fact that this column fortifications. I

Bob Jones NOTESA $100.00 "bill" for Palm trees ? The their advancement were the following calls the attention of Its The University of Hawaii reported ',J}

NEWSThe trees are beautiful but we really ; Life Scouts Buddy Davis, readers to the nation's mountingdebt that other sections of Ji I

need the platform, boys. George Flynn, Comer Perryman, each month, still we are not Hawaii Island, alarmed and suf- f!

vnments oIere large congregation assembled Annual Sunday school picnic Mias Marie Thede has returned and Sonny Haynes. Star Scout pessimistic! of its future. What Is ferlng from the lesser effects of | i

Id Hereafter at the 11 o'clock hour for the was held by the Baptist Sun- to her home here after her vacation -I Charles Jones, Lester "Buck' Mc- more we will go one step further. a rat Infestation, trapped 81,589 '3 :

service of worship at the First day school on Thursday after- trip was completed.Mrs. Millan and Sonny Peek. First Neither do we think that Mr. Gar of the rodents. ; i

a rustic ,corner In the back- Methodist Church last Sunday noon, August 24, at Strickland's Beatrice Minor has returned Class Scouts Billy Lee and Bryan ner and the conservative demo Since 1921, there have been 52 |!r

d of ur home i Is an old peach Landing on Kingsley Lake, with a home from Tallahassee Heiral; Second Class Scout crats or the republican party In human cases of Hawaii Island. ji!
The of the
which has been struggling morning. sermon fine attendance of all ages. Aftera where she has been attending the George Powell. Also at this themselves are going to bring Coming closer to Oahu, Maul, 73: 1\\

several years. When morning was delivered by the period of swimming, a series of regular summer session at F. S. Undue Cards were awarded to 13 back so-called normal times. miles away, had six cases. Fortunately I

[life for threeS pastor, the Rev. Frank Robinson. games were Indulged in by all C. W.IJOOTSEY'S. of the Scouts. Recovery will come in two, I Oahu has had none since }
Loved home
into the Assisting In the service was the ages, including sack races, three This Troop of Scouts acclaimedby three or four years whether or 1910. ''I
the former owner said legged races, and a and I Dr. Enright insisted, however
rolling-pin in
ago Choir under the direction of Mrs. flEA IIBy the Main Court of Honor for not thero is a war Europe,
ftree was hopelessly diseased throwing contest for the ladles. Miss 1 Effle Crawford in tour humble opinion whetherour the threat remained. As the proverbial ,
1 we nnu just as well cut It Jeanette Klncald singing a beau- A fine picnic supper with all the the high degree of efficiency it next president is a democrator "crossroads of the -pacific" 1
had reached in the matter of Ad-
D' but i hate to destroy a tiful anthem, and the guest organist accessories to real lemonade finished Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Greene and cancement and of earning Merit a republican. It will come as Hawaii Is exposed to rats on ships ,,i

Then. too. I like a rustic for the day, Miss Jane Smith. off this fine event. Nearlyone :Mi. C. C. Crawford spent the Badges. a result of natural causes. Just from South America, China and !

la where I can stop occasionfor Miss Smith, daughter of Judge hundred were In attendance.In week-end in Jacksonville with because we are in the worst de- India.

for quiet thinking. My old their desire toward a more their uncle and aunt, Mr. and Considerable Interest was evidenced ircsaUm or repression, or what- Dubonic plague struck Hawaiian :
and Mrs. Frank Smith of Orlando
Based peach tree has done its spiritual church and to add to the Mrs. Joe. Crawford.Mr. by the members of the ever you may choose to call these Islands in 1000-1004. Hund '

for three years to bear fruit. played most acceptably special! membership at least 25 persons and Mrs. Wade Gaskins and Troop when a colored picture of recent years there will come a reds of persons died. One large \

L IY yeurI/I looks like it willed selections and for the congrega. before October 1, the members of family of Heilbronn Springs were the proposed Scout Lodge was ex turning point when we will prob- section of Honolulu was set afireto .': ,

The peaches come at the Baptist WMS at hibited. This picture was drawn exterminate the pest. Harbors :
tional singing and choral responses. are meeting visiting in this section Sunday ably enjoy the most prosperous I
time. They try toIn the Baptist church each Wednes- and colored and presented to the were closed. i iI
proper She is a student at Stetson afternoon.Mrs. period In our brief history No I
but one by one they drop University where she Is majoringin day morning for an hour of prayer K. H. Jenkins of Colum- Troop by Bill Parker. matter how heavy and how long The health officer asserted thatif

[the ground This year we did Pipe Organ and Is now enter. from nine to ten o'clock. All bus, Ga., is visiting the bedside Scouting In Starke has dug In the downpour It always stops rain- the plague ever invaded the Islands I''

1 a few peaches and they were ing her third year of study in this members of the WMS\ are Invited of her father, Mr. Riley Johns, for a permanent addition to the ing. It always has and It always as It did at the turn of the :

good I'am proud of the institution.The and urged to join this hour of who Is seriously ill here. welfare of our community and for will.-Highlander.IIKRK century. Pearl Harbor, the Navy's :

Jiggle igalnst disease the old weekly prayer. Mrs. II. Keene of Gum Branchwas the advancement of the characterof great mlj-Pacific base; Hlckham
service of music,
j has made It has had a harde which is vesper conducted each Next Sunday morning, September visiting in this section last the boy life of Starke. We : (*)MKS: THE.: HKIDKS Field, center of Army Air Corps

10 live and a harder time Sunday 3, the second goal set in the earnestly solicit your cooperationin A young couple wishing to get operations, and all forts would be
afternoon from 5:30 6:00 o'-
to : week.We all phases of this most excellent "
to do whal God meant for a Educational Building Campaign ore sorry to report that Mr. married, went to a minister'shouse "useless. ,
U treE to do and that Is toir clock over the chime equipment which brought in at one time Riley Johns is seriously Ill His boy movement, and suggest one evening just as he was Bubonic plague strikeR suddenly

| fruit My old peach trees was used as an opportunity to over $500, will be met In the I friends wish him a speedy recov- that you help In the developmentof ready to leave for his service, The and kills as high as 60 per cent
broadcast from the console In the
to mt about my friends i morning worship service, The these boys into good citizens preacher explained to them whathe of the people who contract It.

Jny of whom struggle against Church. Miss Smith played the goal for this day is $250. and ery.Mrs.. Sally Hodges and Mrs. of Starke, American and the world considered a way out of the Humans catch the disease when ,
idicaps and difficulties andy organ during this half hour by being a SCOUT BOOSTER. the flea transfers his activity ;
I'period. I when gained will place In the fund Harmon Hodges of Jacksonville. difficulty..-- : ___ __ &_ ___
of whom keep going In spite well over half of the amount estimated were visiting the bedside of the "You two come to the evening uuua nn lu mitii.

f pain and suffering. Wle shall I I The evening service of worship as necessary for the erection latter's father ,Mr. Riley Johns FLA. STATE FARM services, and at the close come Florida Times Union

|er know this side" of eternity was conducted by the Young of the Educational plant. The here Saturday afternoon.Mr. fly Miss V.n-iA: Weaver forward and I will marry you.*' ...r. Trj ,,,,1,,,,,,,,, -,

battles some people have People, the Intermediate depart offering will be received as a free- Frank Stokes of Jackson- They agreed to this and when Hard to Get Off
Ight do what ment taking charge. Those tak. Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Montlaw Artist-"I'll give ?5 if you'lllet
In trying to theyto will gift during the morning serv- ville and Mr. S. H. Thompson of the minister had completed his you

be their duty In this world ing part on the program were, ice. To date no solicitations have the Woodlawn section spent last have returned to their home in sermon, in order to give them a me paint you."

''sin and sickness. Freddie Wimberly announcing; been made, but all has been I Thursday here with. Mr. and Mrs. Montgomery, Ala., after spending cue to come forward, announced, I Mountaineer (hestltatlng) -

Buddy Davis, in the call to worship through the medium of willing R. N. Crawford. several days with Mr. and Mrs "All those desiring to be married "I dunno whether I want to or

:veryone has handicaps of some ; violin solo, Grace Dew, accompanied gifts. A large goal has also been I Misses Alma and Lois Johnsof n. C. Prince. come forward." not."

(d. Some are born with physl- by Mrs. E. 1 K. Ferryman set for January 1st, and Immediately -, Jacksonville were visiting Mr. and Mrs. L. A Shepherd Thirteen women and one man Artist-"You'll sure get your

handicaps. Most men whoe ; evening prayer, Patsy Keen; after next Sunday, plans 'friends and relatives here Sunday are spending a couple of weeks in started for the altar-Wall Street money. Here's the $5 In advance

succeeded in this world piano solo Billy Smith; Scripture will be set in motion to reach the afternoon.Mr. Rldgecroft N. C. Journal. If you want It."

e succeeded in spite of dlfI i reading, a responsive rending by new goal. and Mrs. Lee Johns and I Miss Edith Rowe and Juanlta Mountaineer "Taln't that.

Wtles I Life is such a strug- the Intermediates; solo Garnlta Promotion Day exercises for the family of Live Oak were visiting Barefoot of Starke were guests of enjoying two weeks with Mr. and stranger, I was just wondeiin'

Out oodles constantly fight Hutto, accompanied by Mrs. E. K. Sunday school have been plannedby his parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Miss Enza Weaver last Monday. Mrs. B. C. Prince. how I'd get the paint off after-

lease We are limited mentallyhave Perryman; evening tithes and of- the teachers and officers of Johns here Sunday afternoon. Mrs. R. W. Parks of Dellray Circle Number Two of Ratford ward."-Wall St. Journal.

to whip our minds into fering, Comer Ferryman and the Sunday school for the last Beach was the guest of her sister, Baptist Church met last Wednesday -I .

jtoer activity We are born, of : Steve Weldon; offertory prayer Sunday in September. All members GRAHAM Mrs. Bill Strlngfellow last week. at the home of Mrs. Williams. Rubber stamps, any size, any

rae with ,spiritual handicaps Billy Lee; offertory, Accordian Miss Vandel Osborn has return- : After the meeting adjourned a kind at the Bradford County Telegraph -
of the Baptist Sunday school,
r we are born in sin. All Chris- solo Charles Fender, accompaniedby whether not By Mrs. L. C. SmithMr. I ed to her home In Lakeland, after-I social hour was enjoyed by all. I|I ,
being promoted or ,
jrs know what it means to cry Martlle Hemmlngway; Poem, -
will have real in the
a part exercises and Mrs O. O. Graves and
: with Paul, "Who can. deliver Arlene Dew; a piano and organ
and will be present.On little Shirley
daughter of
n from this body of death?" duet, Martlle Hemmingway at the Day-
Sunday night a series of
tona Beach
were relatives
s more spiritual we become and piano, Charles Pender at the or and visiting
timely necessary messageswill Sunday.Mr. .
t closer to God we live the more gan; benediction, using the League
be begun by the pastor, dls
and Mrs. Clyde Surrency of Kil HI
Jiscloui" we are of the pull of benediction by the congregation; cussing "THK LORD'S PRAYER" Tampa were visiting friends and

flesh end the handicap of our Mrs. E. K. Perryman presided at This series of messages has always relatives Sunday.
b 'When I would do good the console and played In her us- \ received
been enthusiastically Mrs. Bobble of
I i Is present' That thought has ual pleasing manner for the con Surrency Tampa
and well attended, and all who spent the week-end with Mr. and _
: to all of God's people as they gregational singing; the pastor attend will find much help In Mrs. J. A. Graves. I

Ither'e i tried and to serve their Heavenly made a brief introductory talk the to them. Those coming are Invited Mr. and Mrs. T. A, Graves of U.S. RUBBER'S GREAT NEW TIRE VALUE
obey the Divine com- the program emphasizing
to bring their Bibles with I
inds Paul prayed that thern theme lor the evening "The Abundant them. On one of the evenings in spending Richmond,the Va.week, who with have friends been .- .. ;::;I.,.
in his flesh be C., '.
might remov- Life. An appreciative congregation -
this series of sermons. Mr. John and relatives returned
God saw it was best for the assembled at this hour to their
will the
Powell sing delightful: home
J ul rn a to remain, but He promised I for this service of worship. and new setting of The Lord's Miss Tuesday.Leatha Laughridge of Dalton -

J>pose sufficiency when of grace. I Services on next Sunday .will Prayer as composed by Malotte. Ga., Is spending several
we get to heaven
) will find out that consist of the Administration of Services begin at eleven In the weeks with her brother-in-law and THE
it
tel, toi us to have was thorn really in the Sacrament of the Lord's Sup- morning and eight in the evening. sister, :Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Mc-
our '
per by the pastor at the 11 o- All who come find a hearty and Ever.
,
flesh
and
a sufficiency of clock hour. Assisting In this most cordial welcome. ..or
Mr. and Mrs. Seth W. Robertsof
ce than it would have been for U.
service will be the choir, directedby Pahokee I
j to hay had no thorn and thus was visiting relatives
Klncald singingthe SIS 11.1.14NU -
Itiav. had no need for Divine Mrs. Jeanette ,, \1I ____uu ___ __ last week. I -'
responses and leading the congregational T.\lF1.CLJ'Thetudies : :h, 'fl'1'fff7'! "
ce My grace is sufficient." Mr. and Mis. Harmon Hazett
fl I doe not use words singing as well as and family of Plant City were I
lightly.
anthem. Mrs. F. H. In the Book of
Ephesians -
rendering an their I
en He visiting brother and tlster-
iays "sufficient" He 1"
,'us sufficient. There is noth- Long will preside at the console were continued last Tuesday In-law, Mi and M..... Joe Hazen
I lacking Whatever be and will contribute to the wor- night. Some of the regular attendants last week. 1
may shlpfulness of the service thru the were away because of
f Mr.
and Mrs.
handicaps and weaknesses and E. F. Perrin
of soft music during the illness or vacations. With the
playing
Infirmities there is of Palatka were visiting relatives 901
always an administration of the Sacrement. opening of school next week there last week.
quatI' ',ppiy, Of
grace. At the evening hour the pastor [ will be a better attendance. :Mrs. ;'

CHRISTIAN- will conduct the service and will i I Merserenu has been supplying the arc requested to put off the old i

CHURCH bring a message following a per- flowers for the services and has man which IH corrupt according to

'.ev w T 'od of congregational singing of acquitted her task In a fine manner the deceitful lusts and be renewed 1 '

McGuire pastor of ,i I'amillar hymns. A cordial invitation in the spirit of their minds and 6.00-16 ( ji'tJljJ
Chrlsn.in\ ,
ula ; Church, will fill hiS |I is extended to everyone to !I i The portion of Epheslans studied that they put on the new man
appointment at the Long II all of half of the fourth which after God WITH
''Ige I worship with us at any and was the last is created In YOUR OLD TIRE
I
Christian
Pit Church Saturday our services. I I chapter. Paul here exhorts the righteousness and true holiness

; Sunday morning and Sun- I I meeting service la con- [ believer who Is in Christ; not to 'The dread disease of the church '
flight Prayer
All members and visit- Wednesday eveningat walk as other Gentiles walk. The today, the leprousy which Is slowly I

are"vices uged to attend. ducted 7:30 each o'clock. Other services ; Christian should not live on the eating It away member by (_"", liJtwaU, Utkll, highs) ,

were held last Sunday the unbe- member Is
'Ihe of the day will be the Church same plane as ungodly world-confoimity.
Rev Hampton Christian Church 10 o'clock In the morning lievers who are under the condemnation Card-playing, dancing and other
McGulre and three addwere !- School at ( ,
of a just and Holy worldly amusements cause them to

.8 taken Into the church. and the. YoungFeole'SUleeLlng -1 r.n,1 Thalr... nnhellef" Is occasioned fritter awav. valuable time thAt. (. HIXH: l'RICE MIlE pm" E .T _
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at 7 o'ClOCK in me V"UUJ5' i
Dy statement and two by music will by blindness of the heart. No ought to be spent studying the '- -
tlsm The vesper service of I be terrible Word of Cod and : 9 "WO.4:507'2i: $6.2;;
-. be broadcast thru the loud speaker blindness can so as I winning the lo..tto -

t 'Ie entmated-. system at 5:30 o'clock In the this heart-blindness. Many Christ. Any Christian who indulges l.i:7 0-21 -- $:i.60: 4.50-20 $6.00
that for every I|I "mnurt-aleck" unbelievers rant in these things, especiallyat --

rease' >t 1100 in the income reed afternoon.You cordially invited to I I I against what they call the superstition a time when his church Is having $13.15 6.50-16 $1O.SO r
by are
'*, 'IS families whose yearly make the First Methodist Church ,: of religion Whatever of a service, striving to bring .
1.500 or less from $20 superstition may be attached to the gospel to lost man Is a trai-
130 during your
Church home
it 'he increase wouTO be your In Starke: a an individual's conception of tor and ought not to call himself!
nt
for of residence
food. period friendly Christianity is of his own making: a ChrIstian There I I. great need I
welcome awaits you and a |
from a heathen -i to stresathls truth .
'and is his heritage today.T.liJINACLE

SEASLEY&GAY congregation A special Invitation will welcome to the you.teachers I[ ancestry. In true Christian : 1Uh THE U, S, TIRE IS TODAY'S GREATEST TIRE VALUE ,

opening next t doctrine there Is not the slightest The rain last Friday and Sun- :

Service Station 'week In Is our extended school We welcomeyou trace of superstition. In fact Infidels day nights kept a few of the DIif",". "PLAITS TRIAD .oa I'JIIIF"' tTAOOiUJD IlIAD StOCKS DiIIIJ'DOUBLI GUARANTEE I

community and Invite are the most superstitious regular attendants away. It is MOM Mill' AO( VON MORI COMFORT

I ) into our of the community people In the world and they are hoped that with the coming of ,. .. 6 SHABP SiftS, POt ".. NtW STMAMtlNIOMAUTV 1 lacks by eurM'Mnil The edUce. U.I.
become a part DIIF" .
Washing you to fearful. Their good weather that the attendancewill .w gusts.Lifutim, lura*
Polishing Church life. the most phllo- MORI SAHTV CIa, liii tee
thru your ---
with our peopleof I opy of unconcern Is Just )whistling I Increase. k
fellowship
Creasing-standard having and worship in the dark. This Is what Next Friday night the first part ;;

Oil the church. Come Paul means when be speaks omen of the fifth chapter of Epeilans

Products with us. -.-- I, being alienated from God : will be studied. Sunday night the CONWAY'S SERVICE STATION : ;
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--- plate "In-i through the Ignorance that is in i last part of the fifth and the ,
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Greasing Jobs are done half! Prlre< : I ory I them because of the blindness of first part of the sixth will be

'ltlt the best grease money formal -100 u.uallY for 91 50 (envelopes for $1.- their hearts.
1111 buy Included). On the other hand ChrUtiaru Secret for a Happy Home."
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STARKE, FLORIDA FRlp.yy.
BRADFORD COUNT TELEGRAPH, SFPTKMBE;
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EIGHT _ = t
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I I to the. 1.I..h..Mt. bidder for
LICENSESGO NOTICE or tPPrIet'rlovmuL reahsine, hand,. the above d..rlb..dproperlY
DRIVERS 'r,\x I"KKIIftrnntr >
of A. O
Bradford County Telegraph I 11111 %... '"'" an the property ,
ON SALE TUES. NOTICE IS I1CHKHY (LIVEN, Jenkins to nullify Hold Judgement
all fees and
Tax
holder of Jo-jfcroilEU.
Tlmt Loin AdkliiH A. Sheriff| of
Established 1877 (Continued from Page One) I, d Certificate..y of August No. A11).lals37.! :\ hall the filed 2nd. Bradford County Florida 9-1 8t 9-23/

I In office and han. made application !
Published Weekly on Fridays and Entered as Second Class vehicle; driving a motor vehicle acme my for a tux deed to be Untiedthereon. 1'" TIIR rimiir ('nn ,T inFOU AVII
IIH \lII"UUII otvrv;: FI.OII-
at the Post Office at Starke. FloridaE. under the influence of in- following 'Kit 1'. LABO.R
Matter while I Said/' certificate embrace the lltt. I\ (:II \M DAIuia
J toxicating liquor or a narcotic described property In the NOTICE TO DEFENDANT

L. Matthews .-_- __ __ .-- _-_____Editor and Owner drug; any felony In the commission I County, to-wlt of ,Bradfurd, State of Florida BKUNICR MII.T..S

e- .." .. ---- of which a motor vehicle Is Lot Four, Five of Block 1, LivIngeton Plaintiff
used failure to stop and render Truby & Po's Addition to 6 WILLIAM-VII- BRAOnON> MILLS.Defendant ,
SUBSCRIPTION RATE ; Htarke Section 28. Township ,
aid as required under the laws of /south: Range 22 Kant. IN THE NAME OF THE /STATEOF : o
Yearly, $1.50; Six Months, 75c-Payable In Advance this state In the event of a motor I erty The under a""e" the ment.said of the certificate said prop l Issued FLORIDA Brag-don OKKKT1NO-Mill whose I y'U
in the of J. W. L<1- TO: William ei
name
Advertising Rates on ApplicationDuring vehicle accident resulting wa. In the residence and pout office address la
death or personal Injury of an-I'' wards.role.( ." Raid. certificate shall be 925 Upshur St, N. E., Wanhlnffton.
other perjury or the making redeemed according to law the D. C .
; will be You are hereby required to appear -
therein
the absence of the editor this column will false affidavit or statement under 'nold property to the dencrlbed hUhedt blddtvr at the to the Bill of Con plor before

be devoted to editorials from other newspapers. oath to the Department under I court house door on the first Mon herein Monday aa-alnxt the 2nd you day of October A.
of October, 1939,
day In the month
this act or under any other law i which U the 2nd, day of October D. 1939.
o
> that
relating to the ownership operation -' >> IT IS FU11TIIER fOB; I
In
1939.Dated this 80th, day of August t this order be publlnhnd
ALWAYS TIME FOR COURTESY of motor vehicles; and con- 1939. ford County Telegraph a newspaper -i j
of ball not A. J Thomas, of general circulation pub-
viction, or forfeiture OFFICIAL. SEAL)
Hanging on the wall of a room we saw a plaque which Clerk of Circuit Court of Bradford llxhed In Bradford County, once
vacated, upon three charge* of 9-1 6t 9-2 each week for four consecutive
impressed us because of its timeliness and forcefulness, and reckless driving committed within County Florida. week
WITNESS!' my hand and official
because of its necessity of continual practice: the period of 12 months OIIHRIt OK Pt IIMCtTlOVThe seal thla 29th day of August, A. D.
state lOt Klorliln to.arhle T. 1939
"Life is not so short but that there is always time for The Department Is authorized MyrlrliiYou (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas
/ to suspend or revoke the license are notified. that Susie E, Clerk Circuit Court. 9.1 4t 9-22
has duly filed
courtesy. My lick ax plaintiff
of any licensee without preliminary her bill of complaint for divorce ,
That means that courtesy is a virtue that should con- hearing upon a showing by RffHlnvt. ,you and, Ztuhle that affidavit T. Myrick for, defendant the- --- --

t antly be practiced in our contacts with our fellow men. Its records or other sufficient tnnunnce of this order has been FLORIDA THEATRE
evidence that the licensee has com duly filed, all In the flrpult Court
GAINESVILLE FLA.
1 e sometimes think it almost a lost art. There are somei mitted an offense for which man- of Bradford, cane futility No: 879,Florida and you InChancery week
beginning
i 'ople who seem to think that courtesy is not necessary, thatis datory revocation of license 19 re- Kiirhle T. Myrli are hereby re- Program for the

their inalienable right and priviledge to be grouchy .and quired upon conviction; that the MUlred: to 2nd appeal, l'>;11 In A said l>.: cause Bradford onOctober September If! 1939 j
licensee has been involved as a County Telegraph\ in. designated an j .
i pleasant on all occasions, and this is all wrong. A cor- driver In accident resulting In the newspaper for the publicationof LAST TIMES TODAY
any thin older once each week for
t al handshake: a pleasant word, a pleasing smile, a cordial the death or personal injury of i four consecutive week WltnefiHiny LOUIS IIRYWARD BENNETT; JOAN
I hand and oftkctal. Heal i at KturkeFlorida ENJOY YOUR HOLIDAY
i eeting, bring joy to the hearts of those we contact and another or serious property dam-I thla 28lli day of August, A. In r' WEEK-END TRII
Is habitual reckless or I>. 19-J9: "MAN IN TilE IRON MASK"
an
Liake the world a much more enjoyable place in which to age negligent; driver of a motor ve- An(OFFICIAL.Clerk of 8\o said,\I.)Circuit A. Court.J. Thomas IN SAFETY. TIRES BOUGHT NOW Will

I ve. The successful people in life be it in business, politics hicle; Is a habitual violator of Knight & Knight Attorneys for Saturday Only

r society are those who are courteous to others. We Can- traffic laws; Is Incompetent to Plaintiff. 9-1 4t il22MIIICK / Double Feature Program GIVE UP TO 30% MORE MILEAGE!
PENNY SIN drive a motor vehicle; has permitted -. : OF Mll.ltlKK'H 5.11.F1
n )t live in a world to ourselves. We are a great big family Notice IK h..r..toIth..n that I. A. .
unlawful or fraudulent use "
an IIOLIDAnd .\\
"BLOND1E TAKES A
e.ich dependent upon the other, and when we forget this, of such license; or has committed O County" Andreu, Florida, Sh"'lfr, toy i virtue of of Bradford a writof RITA JOHNSONIn ,!| 0 Old. worn tires are more than a

we forget that which is! an essential element in life. an offense In another state which Execution Court of issued tin. niKhth out of the Judicial Circuit nuisance-they're a DANCER. And by

On occasion General George Washington tipped his if committed in this state wouldbe circuit In and fin' Bradford County "TIIEV ALL COME: OUT"Sunday replacing them with new tires crowyou71 DONTTAKE
one
grounds for suspension or re-, Florida on the 2:11'1day of Auurust,
Asked he did 1M1! : In that certain. muse whereIn save money] Tires broken in
hat to an old faithful colored servant. why vocation. Trueinan Feitlllzer Company, a & Monday

it, General Washington replied that he permitted no one to The act makes It unlawful for cot under|jol'atlon organized and exlKtlnK JI'OriA 111.\1:11:: BRitT LANK during fall and winter give thou
and by virtue of the lawn of FRANK MOUOAN: JACK HAL Y
be more courteous than he was. The old servant had tippedhis any person to authorize or know-: and the State of Fhn'tda. was Plaintiff, In sands of miles of extra wear-and
A. O. Jenkins was defendant
hat to him. ingly permit a motor vehicle own have levied upon the following "TilE1Z.UU* OF OZ"Added you get safe traction all :winter! CHANCES
ed by him or under his control to, Mtrlbed property, situate lying Come in todayl See fresh
our
and being( In Bradford County,
There should never come a time in life, no matter how be driven upon the highway by I Florida to-wit: Wait l>mney Cartoon
stocks of tires the
biggest values in
who Is not authorized: Lot Four (4) or Block Twenty- Put those new HIM
any person
be with little problems to forget
busy our own our
we may seven (27) South half of Block
I thereunder or In violation of any Tuesday & WednexdayANN townl At present low prices they're a on ,
1'hlrlY-f debt to fellows. We have the of scattering SOTHKH.V: LYNN BAn
privilege
sun- -
our of its provisions; to employ an Block ThlrtY'Hv'n (37), and all buy you can't overlook. We have SAVEandb
shine in our way through life and that privilege is a duty we unlicensed chauffeur; or to rent a of Forty-four Block Thlrty-eluht(41)) of Livingston(38) and "IIOTKL FOR In UOMEN": your. sizel ):

owe to others, and if we fail to exercise it we impoverish our- motor vehicle to any unlicensed and. Town Truby's of Addition Starke. to the original -

selves and leave a bad taste in the mouth of others.-Clay person. Violations are punishableby a. the property of the Bald A. O Thursday & Ii Iday
a fine of not more than $500or Jenkins, defendant; that on the 2nd Sept 7 & 8
County Crescent. by imprisonment for not more day the legal of October bourn, of A.sale 1>., namely 1939 within, between JAMES CAU.NEY APT- (1EOROE i Take a look at these BARGAIN PRICES!

o than 6 months, or both. eleven dock In the fore- t
noon and two o'dock In the afternoon in (
"WONDERFUL SUGGESTION" Revenue derived from the sale on said del at the East door "..;ACII DAWN I I>IE.' i
of the CourthoiiHi In Ktarke. Bradford -
deduct-
after
of drivers' licenses MARATHONIT
County, Florida, I shall offer
This has been interested in the
greatly --
newspaper approval ing expenses goes Into a fund for :

by T. T. Turnbull, state democratic committee chair- the support of the state road .

man of Carl Ilanton's recent proposal of a statewide referendum patrol created by the legislature. RUNS...AND RUNS...AND RUNS!

of democrats on controversial issues. There hasn't.. USED CAR CLEARANCE SALE
REA MEMBERS CAN
been a state democratic platform framed by party membersin 1 835 $860I
WIRE HOMES ON CREDIT
many decades, and Chairman Turnbull's favorable attitudenot Prices Cut To -- ROCK BOTTOM I "SO-21. O-21 T5-U 500-19

only has all the earmarks of turning the making of party (Continued from page one) ; s 00 1060

policies back to party members, something that make ,
may 3.J5-19
homes with the bid going to the
Tif a predecessor turn over in his grave, but it affords a lowest bidder who will guarantee.I' 1-1937-Ford. DeLuxe Fordor Touring : 5 sole _5.50-11

genuine benefit and protection for the party's candidates, I the houses to pass inspection. By I Extra Good- lloo 1195
this we hope to save a considerable 2S-I7
who are now fairly run ragged by advocates of one crackpot W-17 100-11
I amount the contractors'bill.
on
1-1937 Ford Standard Tudor
85
scheme another. I H. P.
or
The contractors have assuredme
I ill 'i Marathon Tlmaramadiby
Under conditions the Townsendites that they would be glad to bid the world larjtit
present are forcingeven 1-1937 Ford Tudor 60 H. P. by
I
as twenty or thirty i iI manufacturer ot tirtfcThvy'i
I on as many I. .
the cadidates for precinct officials to state their viewson I homes. If you are interested In I II i I''; j'', r .;. big niggeiiluidr

old age pensions, and a host of county and state candi- I having your house wired in this I I I 2-1936 Ford Tudors : I, : I tire.. built to lake them all the
( give
"grief"
dates, who under no conceivable means can ever have any- manner please advise me and I I I you
will place your name on the list, I 1-1935 Ford Tudor Sedan I W-Wide Tread
thing to do with putting the plan into effect, or helping to I : h .

I do so, are put on the spot. If a party referendum is held possible"Wishing I am you sincerely all the success yours, I 1-1932 Ford Tudor I Roll-Clip NonSkidCompressionProdi

and such questions submitted, any candidate can stand on (Signed) T. K. McClane, Jr." i l i I N

the platform or, in rare instances, oppose it. Such a referendum Work surveying and stakingout Dual-Cord Breaker

I. will settle, once and for all, the claims of various Hellbronn the new extension Brooker-New wan begun River the : Come and See Them -- These i I I

groups as to their voting strength.It's first of August and It Is expectedto POPULAR PRICE

wonderful suggestion and it is acted set the poles attach the wires 1 SUPERVALUE"LIFETIME
a we hope up-
and start be flow of electrical en- : Cars Must Go j
on.It will do much for Florida politics, politicians and plain ergy by the first of October. .. I' GUARANTEE"

\, citizens. We can think of a lot of questions that could go on The cost of establishing the ex- I I .

the referendum ballot, dealing with labor, with WPA, with tension will come from the $414-

t various governmental plans. It would be highly instructive 000 allocated last June for the : J. W. ANDREWS JR. !
limy
construction of 399 miles of ex-
to have the results of a poll secured by secret ballot, and it i tension to serve 1.351 new REA NOW-SAVE-AND BE SAFE

might prove illuminating not only to Florida, but to the rest :, customers In Bradford Clay AlaI STARKE, FLORIDAMcCord's !

f of the country.-Winter Haven Herald. (I chua and Putnam Counties.

Up until last week there has II
II been of due GOODYEAR
DON'T DIG TOO DEEP I a shortage electricity
to the overloaded condition of the

t A Bartow man on his way home one afternoon saw a Keystone:: Heights generating PORTABLE RADIO FREE4POINT

little boy digging a very deep hole in his yard, as deep as a plant. but at that time the new Store I P
$38,000 plant building with Its
small boy and his shovel could "
: manage. $26,000 worth of new machinerywas CHECKUP
.
"What are you digging for son?" asked the passer-by placed In operation relieving FOREMERL TIRE
the acute shortage of power pro CARTER'S STORE
"Digging to get to China. It's right down there," answered !'- ducing facilities 1 Mile North of Starke on Road 48 L Examine lot lo... stow

the youngster gazing deep into his hole'and pointinga In the future It Is expected to C-,aa..n.pa-.,------.----- ..... f Bdilf. .
grubby but determined add two additional units at a cost ----:0 Mo aerial. ground or ONLY 2. Examine forhiddeel'M.coan.ctione. <
forefinger."I SOL
of j round $40,000. 21 Pounds Light.w"fc 3. Examine lot tide-wall<

wouldn't do it," objected the man. .- -. -..- compact: tyUd: i>kO95 fcccaki. .
FLOUR Kn. luggay Four AA heck 4inflate.
Last Chance - - 60c tube. 4. Tail Tal...
"Why not? queried the small adventurer, somewhat Dynamic .
County Agent T. K. McClane 5 POUNDSSUGAR speal... Pow.iiul
dismayed at this lack of in 6aaIf/.rte/
sympathy an obviously worth- announced Tuesday that an order sad .eoiitiv.. No obligailon-COlne In lob

., \ 'bile enterprise."Oh for enlargements of the aerial t
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well," finished the Bartowan lamely, unable to lay maps recently taken of the entire - -

bare his thoughts to the child. "It's nice here. Just don't county would be sent off about j j FANCY 5 Pounds
next Wednesday and urged every-! I
cfg-too deep." one wanting a picture-map of, RICE
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And he walked on musing. For that very day he had any locality In the county to place II - r
the order with him before that! BEST ,7 V
seen and waved to a truck load of Florida boys with the time. These photographs) were round

eager faces of anticipation showing them headed for a swim, taken by a hlgh-flylBK! aeroplane i BACON.---------7'c'

or a camp, or a vacation frolic of some sort. And the night find each covers an area of approximately -] I

before he had seen, too truly recorded on the silver screena miles by 2 1.2 6 square miles)miles and (21-2 are 20 I. NO. 2 CAN -' lOW; COST. . HIGN Y I

f truck load of Chinese boys being herded away from their, Inches by 24 Inches In size, and I TOMATOES------s I

I so-recent homes as orphaned refugees. Their faces were not oat $1.10 each.Cemetery. I r

eager with anticipation. They were stunned and distressedand I -------...- ---- --- I SMALL: J"w SAVE: at the Sign of the Goodyear Gi UV"
Each
I tragic. Working I I I
There will be a cemetery work- ; MILK I{
t The Bartow man had just passed a neighbor watering irtff at Kingsley Lake Cemetery I 3c

( his lawn in a community of homes and home-lovers. And the today Friday. All Interested are 1RIS" i 0 Pounds 0

screen the night before had shown a community of Chinese i urged tools and to lunch.come equipped with POTATOES ,'Register Motor

homes blown to bits, the Chinese man from his home garden --.- ---- -- 20c

being placed on a stretcher in a mangled remnant of ruined I NOTICK: :1 Pounds!

manhood. Mrs. L. S. Hutto Secretary requests ROAD SERVICE
all members of the Woodmen ONIONS 3lbs.-----

"No. I wouldn't dig any deeper, Sonny" he murmuredto Circle and Woodmen Juniorsto oCo- ... lOr.
_..._
himself. "This side of the world is much better right have dues to her by tomorrow, __"> Telephone 103

f y r."-Polk County Record. off Saturday at that aa time.they must be sent I All Kinds of Feeds at Popular Prices
i Fla.
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