Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: September 8, 1939
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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j,1iste-! 1811 I'-; we should quietly hear both .ide. U. Goethe E. L.. Matthews, Editor and Owner

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LEGION DANCE Millage Is Reduced ... i,

I I NEXT On General County 4, (

\ tfrigerator Will I 25,000 Acres Near f FRIDAY.. Taxes :

Contain Four i Keystone IsConsidered I The Jones-Langford-White poat: \
Following special' meeting at
JflgRoOflZS : : ,Mo- -'-' of the American Legion here Is,
the County Commissioners In the ,,
sponsoring a public dance;! in the Courthouse here Wednesday, at ',j

Lnty men under the expert The War Department made Legion Hail-community center which time the permanent budgetof

hand of H. C. Maxwell rr1 I public Wednesday that Secretory building on West Call Street Friday county expenses for the 1939- '

i Supervising engineer, bogan I Woodring has approved an area night, September 13. Proceedsof 1940 fiscal year beginning October }

work Tuesday morning con- r1 between Keystone Heights and .. .. the dance will be used to better 1 was adopted. It was announced
the refrigerating unit : Kingsley Lake in Clay County as ,',,;
tog equip the Hall and pay for by County Clerk A. J.

turn to Bradford County's I the site of Florida's new National i The scene pictured above was snapped on the municipal tennis I II chairs. Carl Roberts and his orchestra Thomas that the assessment for

Farmers Market the I Guard camp. A new camp is j of Lake City, will furnish general county taxes has been
Friday. August during the finals In the singles tournament
of Gassett Is pictured above I
climax of two years needed to replace Camp Foster
ag the music for the occasion.W reduced eight and one-fijurth; 1
the market directors just as he tossed his horseshoe at I near Jacksonville, recently Incor- for men. Serving in the foreground (back to camera) la George
t by H Graham, In charge of mills. The asuesvment for g\ner
the post forty feet .it Manassa-the camera caught him at the height of one of his mighty
others who hold the success away. was \ poiuted In the $13,000,000: southeastern I arrangements announced yesterday ul expenses last yea, totaled 35

\\t market lose to heart. not a ringer, but It came close I naval air base. i Ii r.wings. At the far end of the court facing our photographer, is T. that the dance floor will be 1-4 mills and tor the coming year ,

project ta a Works Progress er ough to make a point. The an Officials stated 25,000: acres of j K. McClane, Jr., who put up a hard fight against the invincible aIr-conditioned, assuring everyone the figure will only be 27 mills. ;

|inlsiratton one, with the cient game has recently been revived -| land would probably be acquired 'I Mantissa who won this set 6 games to 1. George won the match 6 to I'I of perfect comfort. The dance The great saving was effected,

J II1 i of State Markets, William here and the "arena" being I I by the stata( with funds from the I 3, 6 to 1, 6 to 2. floor Is smooth as glass and will by the Commissioners when, after

Mlson. Director, of Talla- used above Is on the vacant lot I, Duvul County Air Base Authority, I be highly waxed. Extra good more than a year of negotiationswith

pt, us sponsor It Is estimate between the Telegraph and the and would cost approximately! 'music is in store by Carl Roberts, bond dealers, they were able

) project when completed .Starke .Dry Cleaners.. I Ij 100000. It is believed the site ELECTIONHERE RED CROSSSOON his trumpet and his orchestra who lust June to refund tne county's

fOIL around $20,000. The exgures i j i will lorm a rough equate with the TUESDAYMany are receiving wide attention recently outstanding bonds ot an averageof

were not known here, I Clay-Bradford line as the westI as one of the "sweeter" leas than 4 1-2 percent Interest,

jio one in Starke had Informa- 849 STUDENTSENROLL I boundary, the Keystone: deve- of the 706 qualified electors BEGINS swing bnnda., Roberts Willi formerly as against the 0 percent paid pre- t

fthat the project ihad been lopment as the southern and exI will go to the polls here next first trumpeter with Blue viously. The assessment lot bond,

Itely approved until work be- I tending north to and Including I' Tuesday, September 12, to electa Steele and his famous band which purposes !. under tae Koad und

1 Tuesday I part of Kingsley Lake, and east I mayor, marshal, city clerk and ROLL CALL recorded many good numbers on Ill-luge Interest aud blnkmg Fund

ft d refrigeration looms wllj bed almost as far as the village of i two councilmen. Victor Records several years ago. and the millage was here educed

(I to the east end of the FOR B. H. S TERM Belmore. The area will include I' Most of the slight Interest man- Dancing will begin at 0:30: o' from 13 to only 0 mills a saving

let platform The present the east part of Crystal Lake, all ifested centers around the race for T. Frank Landrum clock and continue until 1:30: A. 01: 10 mills or one-cent on every

Lm l tf "30 feet wide, and the : of Magnolia Lake, Sand Hill Lake marshal with P. 'S. Denmark vying Is Named 1939 M.. script Is $1, and ladies will doliuv oil: usuttsseil. valuation In the

I to oe added will be :34 feet Regular Classes Gold Head Branch state park and with A. L. Alvarez for the position be admitted free. The public Is county. The amount allowed in
\ulth. anil will extend the several other lakes. Chief of Police Alvarez has ChairmanFollowing cordially invited and all L->gion- tho budget for this fund was $fS-

|ti of the market another 48 Tuesday; Books I I It was pointed out, however, held nearly 20 years. aries are especially Invited and 019.88: ; the amount l lust year was

Height will remain the Issued j that approval of the site by the O. L. Ilensley, a former city n meeting held In the expected to attend. $78,866.00.

There will be four cooling i War Department does not necessarily councilman, Is running for one of auditorium of the Woman's Club + Theme was a one mill raise In

i In this additional space, two Eight hundred forty nine Bradford |' mean the definite settle- the two council seats to be filled here Wednesday, attended by Mrs. REA BARBECUEAT the General Fund utfeesument, but.

frhlch will be 32 by 24 feet County boys and girls thronged ment of the camp's location. The against the two Incumbents W. Grace G. Wine, special field representative -' KEYSTONE this was due to the iact that the
kngth and breadth, and the the old and of Duval Chamber of Commerce and assessed valuation of the taxable
new buildings I I L. Wall and W. M,. Edwards. of thi.. American Red I ___.___u ,_ ......._. _._......... 4........ ... ,._..
two to be 24 feet long and Bradford County High School here! other Jacksonville Interests and pl'Up''u, "J u"
Dr. W. E. Middleton, candidate I The new Rural Electrification
eat l wide The walls will be Monday morning, beginning the I agencies are putting up a stiff Cross of Washington/ D. C., It $378.006 last year to only $795
I for and Incumbent, located In
present power Keystone
mayor (
land one-half inches in dia- torty-fifth term of B. H. S. This fight to retain the camp for Duval wan announced that T Frank. 412 for 1939-40\ \ Th? decrease,: wan
and Carl Johns, Incumbent and Heights wl| | bo formally opened
r. Insulation to keep thein decrease of ten over the County. caused the Acwhezt"back
was a Landrum, prominent Starke at by Murpty
I candidate for city clerk, are wllh/t and dedicated Thursday, September -
[ and the heat out will_con- first day registration last year .- taxes were cleared up under
out opposition torney, would this head the 14
year C.
S. James
superintendent -
lof several layers and floor, when 859 students school.
; _began | BUILDING BOOMDISCUSSED the law, property owners were
I and ceiling construction wille Electors vote at the city hall annual Red Cioss Roll Call as of the project announced yes-
Opening exercises were eliminated permitted to Include the current
same. I WiIllamsl I and polls open at 8 o'clock A M. chairman. The Roll Call begins terday. The dedication ceremonies -
by principal E. L. I taxes: In the sale. thus leaving .a
i and close at 6 o'clock P, M. officials will include a big, free bar-
|ere will be an Inner and out- because of insufficient seating] Armistice Day, November 11, and large amount of property with no
becue, a progr&ta with, several ofFlorida's
Jos. E. Wilson, prominent announced this week. F.
111I of timber one and one- facilities In the small lasts through Thanksgiving Day, taxes due. r
Inches aUditorlum'1 j| Starke real estate and Insurance A. Scottt, A. HjfJohns, and J. L. leading men giving
thick. The Inside ofjrotiis which will hold only' I A small raise of one-half mill
I man, discussed the building boom 'Peek were appointed Inspectorsfor November 16. The time Is two talks, and trips through the new
will have a half-Inch the student body at one time.ecMLtIb4a | occurred la the Fine and Forfei-
I the has in the the election. weeks shorter than first REA generating plant.
city enjoyed past I was expected
91Irlz: a bg av. > :e cloth for of ..at.4ijjrm.pIanningand I I ture Fund for the ame reason
Uon and fee. Walls Inside coordination the three years: beforethe regular City clerk carr'Johns said yes- due to the proclamation of Everyone interested In rural and glg o,* a'.Clno.tol.lr( mill |n-,> ..

{be lined with heavy Insula- there was no among noticeable confusion facjulty -j'j' meeting of the Rotary Club in theWoman's terday that so far only 12 Starke an earlier Thanksgiving date this electrification, Is Invited to attend crease In the Agricultural Fund .

] paper and then the remain- or "lost students" although Club building Wednes- voters who expect to be out of year by the President which the opening of this first and was necessary due to the .de .

pace packed with sawdust town next Tuesday when the changes this holiday from Nov only generating plant erected by
there are two less teachers this day."The creased valuation. Other countyaaHeasntns
avings rise of new buildings has municipal election la held have ember 30 to November 10. REA In Klorlrti. This plant Is the

0rvl! ,or Maxwell stated thet I year.vious Teachers to the first and day principal listed pre-the I been so gradual." Mr. Wilson explained cast their votes In the absentee't L, Chairman Lonarum has quickly f first model plant, designed by All! special I school eLauo.1 L1i ,;;,. j'

would be completed wltu- I students and posted their nameson I "that we hardly noticed It i ballot box. Today, Friday Is the I and efficiently appointed his co- RICA With the help of TVA's tenance levys of 10 district main

Jee months and the refrlger-! the doors of the respective I II' L..until.,_._...we,...."actually. ._stop.a and w..an.think. I last-. .day .for..absentee. voting.. ,. chairmen_ A' and assistants. ,and Is head,_ __.architect.___._.,_ ,Roland_ .___A_Wank... _. It'' same as last year_and mills the are Ilener.1 the J
I !mnchtnery Installed.least .u u. '" uw"'n QL U "T me iv uiuuviiiiBiii' ; in treatment ana -
class rooms. All students had to I election expected to be gelling. everything shipshape al 1 school tux Is the same
[ :wo of the rooms will do was to find the door bearingthe | the new public buildings; the I extremely tame when Comparedwith early; so that the Roll Call this complete In every detail. Several this year, 10 mills. again
dry :-ooled' I' farm market armory legion hall '( the hectic /engineers will be in attendance to
that Is, the list Including their names in balloting of last year may be larger than ever be- The Sub-School Interest and
Jure content of the cold air order to know where they be- city hall, courthouse addition, new I September when 644 of 725: qualified fore. The goal has been' set at explain to visitors the machinery Sinking
I levys are stories of a different -
; school, and mentioned the new and Its
compartments will be ,re- longed. I voters turned out to choose 300 memberships larger than usual operation. ,
I to a minimum. In these | refrigeration unit begun Tuesday the city's officials. Every race because of International con- Among the speakers expectedare mature, however, wIth
Monday school began at 9 o'- Hampton, district number two,
He said
the farmers'
{room strawberries at was contested. ditions.Mr. .
Neil for will be clock and the schedule of class I about 20 new residences have or I Senator C. O. Andrews, Congressman getting a higher raise! In assess-
shipment and pre- periods was"carried out, although I + .. E. L. Williams and Miss R. A. (Lex) Groan, ment. ;.J
lion built here.
and i, are being
meats will be cured each was but a few minutes in J TEACHERS Ruth Sternberg have been appointed State Senator Adam, Fuller The levy here Was increased
nored for farmers at a very duration. This permitted studentsto "And in Kingsley Lake we havea co-chairmen In charge of Warren. Boyd Fisher' who Is from 12 16 tnllln
to but
cost The other real feeder," he added. "In the EXAMINATIONS property
two "cool- familiarize themselves with the residential section of Starke, special assistant to the REA ad- owners In this district
will probably be damp for summer along In July and August and Elmo Struth I minister In Washington, and J. will still
the various class-rooms, get as- I School authorities here this chairman of the have leas. taxes to pay, due to the
carry overs (produce when we have nothing else drive last Edwin Larson, who will be
to have was mimed chair master
and year
signments, arrange effected
ht I week called attention economy In the
to to the general
the than I
market to more 1,000
too depend upon of
late to : man of enrollment In ceremonies for the day.
|(I. etc such as text books issued. School was are drawing upon Starke r changes, caused by the adoption the other levy.Starke, district number 1: 3,
corn, beans persons
!I and most other vegetables., i over and dismissed by 11:30: o':I for their supplies In the past i|: of the school code by the Legislature Howell towns of Bradford County, C. The Clay Electric Cooperative suffered a two mill Increase in the

Will keep I clock. I I last Spring, in the method!I Nasworthy was made Association Inc., has now over Sub-School Interest and
them : about 15 new homes have I Sinking
looking fresh year
chairman of
rlsp, as the damp air will! Regular classes began Tuesday I been built on Kingsley." of giving .teachers' examinations. j district and his the Starke business 1,500: signed members to be levy; from 6 to 8 mills. The Law-
I sub-chairmen
:ry the moisture morning at 8:3: o'clock and were The last examinations under the are served by 815 miles. of power linen tey assessment or 13 mills and
from the Mrs. Grace G Wise, field representative Elmo Struth F.
I In refrigeration. held until the disrMssal (hour, 3 American I old regulations will be given In I! Stump, Bill extending Into nine counties, the looker 18 mills assessmentare

area around the o'clock P. M.. with one hour between I| for the the court room in the courthouse Graham and N. D. Wainwright, j Clay, Putnam. Volusla Alachua, the name as last year The I
vecl market lunch. Red Cross, of Washington, was : I' JKJ; Mrs. N. D. Walnwright, Jr.1 Union. Columbia, Levy, Bradford ,
last week 12 and 1 o'clock for ,' Thursday, Friday and Saturday'September School Hoard fixes these assess
the Rotarians and
I Introduced to the la
chairman ol booth |and Marlon
etlon ot the Text books were Issued Tuesday, 21, 22 andy 23. enrollment ments. .5
refrigeration discussed the coming Red Crossi I
J :Mrs.
lll.see most of the oblec- also. ,"-1I ronlt. ..A _w I..I"""" .".""hAt. th. : Under the new **t-un. avaioIngI .. Un u._ D. Fancher. of the _State;,, Officers and director of the as- The State levy was lncroju
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vAfsiuiiBfunds r urm
acinose In charge of the Following Is the number of|I were used I tlona will be given one tlftM' I was made cnairman of that/ Delation are Albertus Miller, I from 3 and five-eighths mills to 4

It fulfilled except, perhaps students In each grade Wednesday -I : during the year, in July, and then community' and E. L, Williams, Brooker, President of the board!: and swan-eighth miUs. .';
of J Principal of B H. S., will have
| closer cooperation with with the number in the same J to a district center, each district/ j If. 11 Currency Phlfer, Vice-f "the permanent budget and snort
** junior enrollment.
I on the also for I ItO K president D. E. Roberts
part of some grade last year given I composed of several coun- W, Anderson ; Worth. complete detail will be published
farmers In the county. comparison: I I MEET I I jtle?. In the pnst applicants for chairman of Jr., was appointed Ington Springs Secretary; F. W. j Iin next week's Issue of the Tele-
publicity. I
-._-- Grade This Year Last Year I certificate i could try three times I I liuddlngton. Treasurer, Other, ,graph. "

RGE CROWD First tl8 8:5: Selected teams from the Starke."' yearly, In ....bru' ry, June and I Since the world war days the ( members of the board are 3t II. I I._ 4I' ;,

SKEET Second ::19 79 I'Tennis Club will play teams sent I September, ana She examinationswere Red Cross Roll Call has not exceeded I iHouser. F. W. Uoylng, Keystone HARVEY McGRAWELECTROCUTED

SHOOT Third 66 64 over by the Springfield Tennis 1 I given In county M ats, 200 from Bradford County,I Heights, and Wayne Watkins,
Unexpectedly Fourth 8S 94 I Club of Jacksonville on the local', School officials considered It and last year this figure was almost Florahomo.I .

large crowd courts here Sunday afternoon I II likely that Bradford woufrf reached 195: memberships +--' .
d the Fifth 81 84 i I b. 'In I -- Harvey! McGraw, 22. of Florala, ;
I Labor Day Skeet beginning at 2:30: o'clock.: j a district being, obtained here. I
1fohrlay Sixth 66 58 I composed of Marlon, NEW CCC Alabama, died calmly and
Gun Club IIpon80red by the Seventh 64 )2 I Four singles matches, and two I Lake Baker. Union. Bradford I Local chairmen In other com- ,' In Florida's electric chair at silently Ral- i

the old held upon the Eighth 4 59 doubles matches will be contested; Alachua, Clay, Levy and Polk I mUrJHlell of the county will be an- i AT BROOKERWork ford Monday at 11:11 o'clock A !

uth ot airport about a Ninth 60 51 'the winner of a match must take Counties, the district center to be nounc \( next week, Mr. M. for the confessed murder of
Starke 93 two out of three sets The locals I Gainesville. said. was begun on a new JunIor -
93 two
1.ns Tenth Landrum// Civilian men.
L rounds were fired nominated Manassa Conservation Corps
Anderson Eleventh 13 19 have George It will also be necessary for applicants --- Camp The young white man killed t
near Brooker
Ita carried off the 60 61 Bradford County single. champion to take the examination ROAD BUILT this week, to Charles V.
Twelfth Wilkinson
the be and Clifford
mo skillful shoot. T. K.. McClane. AI :Manassa, on the Constitution of the United I completed by September 20, It f
T. Mann I
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.I SO-.afternoon,,.OlIO".__. _, breaking_ 47 Total ---849: 859 I Charles_ &L Darby_._ _.and______Robert*__ .L _Chap.L_ .., States... This. does not- apply to AROUND MARKETBringing l was WUllamll learned__ Wednesday_. nuhIJ.Uv ._from..nt.._Hayden ."._._ near of Milton Montgomery Florida., Alabama sev-- |.,
Ted Moore of man as ineir piayera lur me iea- mORe WhO nave received .m. r------" -
a Florida
fOllowed Principal Williams expressed nected eral months ago after ha forced .
with 45 to realization the hopesof with the Florida Forest and .
Rel Alvarez out of himself at "well pleased" with the nis meet. Certificate since August 15, many advocate- Park Service. them to drive him from the scene :
Jr. and W. P. and The public Is cordially Invitedto 1925. or who have merited a gradeof drive-way I of
of school expressed I a
each first three days! and hold-up at Georgiana AIDama. -
broke parking; space 50 feet wide The new will It
1ght 44. Nookle the belief that B. H. S. come out and witness the 83 percent on the Constitution camp contain 22 .
and W. P. Smith, Sr. and are reminded to root taken wa constructed: around the Bradford buildings of an easily portable '
de ahead games. during a previous Florida
best Young McGraw
of its told
43 has years
hltl In County State Farmer's Mar type, and the I
50 work Is
shota. for the home boys! in these their examination. being carried -
athletic -
l1It and I L.
ClUb both from an academic ket F. Chapman he was
herelast "ready
i Is week by the State
giving away an I most trying hours The match i Is by forty civilians emf
ie I to
go" and made .
run standpoint. Road other statement
November 9. DcOterning ., have I II I expected to last until 6:30: o'clock. Plants Department. I['ployed from the Brooker area.
The B. H. S. Tornadoes I Wanted as 38 watched ,
the The hard surfaced area was built Veterans from Co. 2444 of persons him
anv gun may be I been practicing regularly since I I I'- -- j\ J. L. Gentry, manager of the I as the die after repeating the Lord's
member) of the highways, with slag and CCC located In Gold Head Branch
.- _____ club. Friday of last week. Coach I Pays Taxes fly Error .State Farmers' Market here, sent asphalt on llmerock base. The:state park, are also assisting. Prayer with Rev. Leslie A, Shep-
lrIorll Johnnie Whlttemore admitted that Lawrence Wiggins. a naval!out a plea Ho' all farmers having short drive from the market to Work Is under direction of Archer herd In a low tone of voice that

Starke Completed : most of the material he had toj" stores operator living near Brook.r strawberry plants for sale, in con the highway was hardaurfaced also ] V. Shelton district construction could not be heard by the others. .

"'Ih! National Guard work with was "green" as most er, was refunded $121.29 by an|: tact him. lie has been flooded and mud and standing water officer and William I). Morrison Sheriff J, T Allen of Milton .1

lion u has been under of the 1938 players graduated )act of the recent legislature for, with requests by planters to secure after iHOnit' are annoyances of the I)of the field construction office of threw the switch and relatives

t December a WP A project but many of the boys this year I taxes paid by mistake on 180 acres} plants for them as soon as pallt. it was stated. I' the CCC. claimed the body which they said :!

keg wu Complet-. are heavy and can be developed assessed to him by error since | possible. "I believe I can secure The Improvement came as a I The would be burled In FloTIlla, Ala :

5r turned Over to the Into a fine offensive and defensive -, 1929. The land actually belonged orders of over a million plants, If pleasant surprise as it ww not expected It was camp will be a negro one, bama. ,

It, Company Friday of I team he added. The first to H. L. Hough of Brooker The i| farmers having them to sell will the road department would the Fort said, and II a branch of Three Jacksonville negroes, ..
; Moultrle,
Cltlon Ptember :JDate for I game will be played here September -t county and school board refunded I, only I get in touch with me." Gen- *! be able to do this work uatll next CCC It U i South Carolina whose electric chair executions
ceremonies has Green Cove $31.90 each this week, and state try said "And camp. being establish were also set for
not J 29 against ] yesterday at good I year because of limited budget I: ed In the Brooker district Monday, won a
Springs. agencies will follow suit prices, too." he added. j I available for such purpoats. i i on reforestration work. to carry court order staying their capital

punishment 30 days

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---- I, Acts of 1939: Laws of Florida -1
OF TJI.KCTIOVI : 19301, A. 0
NOTICR 1931!
In the name of Salvation which In the Zna day rot October Mlddleton mayor of game being the Beverage Act of IIIent
wus alrahl
Tampa "pent Sunday 1939, of the 111311.!) Any person claiming an Interest ,
Florida by virtue Smith iturd
Box crrllticalr shall be Dated this 171 h day' of August 1-11"1'1'\ dohereby In said property must appearat a I. I'' I ,, '
Letter Bald \ by
W. Driggers. t elle'tr: : leWh. Director of the rouul} I I' h" .
eined according to law the 1910OFFICIAL: ...rt'an to eldat the office of the which 8Hld' r' PrVAbt
Alfred McDonal described therein will be ( SEAL) A J. Thorn hall In the aforesaid mate Beverage Department of the duly ''II bl ,
I .
the Clerk of Circuit Court "Bradford the city at Tallahassee 'J'1 y i
after to the highest bidder at qualified voters on State of y-men'"f': ; *
Morgan 9-15 town by the ,
Mon Florida. 8-18 6t file claim and Surety ''i"" '" ,
the first County Florida and "
door on for the In
.url house Tuesday September 12 1989 the 1-111011.! ,, ,,. ;''I i ,
three weeks with In the month of October 1939, electing: the following bond as provided by Section 18 (c) ty, Ii '
Bradford County Telegrapb < .. day uf October purpose of 19301 of the Acts of 1939 nh 'jt, .
mother Mrs. J. W. ID the 2nd. \OTICK! OF APPMCTIOV FOIl officers: Chapter A. ?
Dear Sirs within thirty days from the date ot p lung : I |,
turned to their ] TAX IJKKMMenate : One Mayor. publication, otherwise :t the, y, '0' v, ,
of the first /
Enclosed find seventy-five cents Dated this 17th day of August, ( III" ...103) Aldermen. the t',. ) r I
OIVEN) -; Two the property will be disposed of ac StR 'I
for which I wish to receive 1 the Monday. .- .'.9.... (' SEAL) A. J. Thomas. That NOTICE deo. A.IS Oardlner HKIIEMY holder of One Clerk Treasurer AnHeHHor.One Tax Collector cordingto law. You are further sell "", 'f'. ? '""Ib' ...t',

Telegraph for six months We -' .. of Circuit Court: of Bradford Tax Certificate Nu. 308, Issued. he and Marshall.Imipectors Tax. notified that If no claim Is made law and ff-VRMil, ,"It.I.. I ". 'h, li,1
rerfeot ( g-lg 6t 9.16O'19 D. 1929 has within the time provided by I "
have done without the Telegraph Florida_ Bth day of In August office A. and has of said election: f. A. said property with accessories will .T. de"C/'lh.t In !! ,IM .J.. ," ,, .1" ',"
for about six months and we feel "Good morning "PI'I.I"\TION FOIL made filed name application my for a tax deed to Scott A. H. Johns, and J. 1. Peek. b.. sold at public auction to the Uradr'.J, t nhPo, 1'1'1lLoin
: OK
hereunto -
whereof I bidder for cash at the
serious-looking highest
that If we could get the paper it tho 'F'X I>IKI) be embraces issued the thereon following Said certificate described In subscribe testimony my name and cause County Court House, In Starke. Lot 6 ut HI",, ti I I'I

would be as a visit to our bome had called. "I (Heaato IS Hill 1IKHKBY'Il..03)GIVEN I property In the County of Bradford the seal of the said town to be hereunto Bradford County, Florida on September Addison I too ,1i\"? r f Torn,
NOTICK the 9th day of 11:00 A. Bradford (" .f .
the thin 15th 1939 at M. 8
for to-wlt affixed "Illtl 1&
clety of Florida :
Underbill holder of Tax State i lion i I I'
O L. I 28,
town It is our No. 102 issued the 2nd., North Half of Hlk 45. Llvlnlr..lon. Aug-ust A. D. 1939. as provided under Section 13 (d) U East.T"WII'h'I''1' ,, rth, '
A former friend fanity. of August A. D. 1937. has filed Truhy & Go's Hub Div of NEV4! ((OFFICIAL SEAL) W. E. Mlddleton Chapter 19301 of the Acts of 1939, Bald >fI.
right ... .
strong language and has made of NE'/ 28 Township 8 I. w. of Florida. Friru1"1-
Mrs. Hattke Prescott ", In my office Mayor. Upon h.en
life. We-" <'atlon for u tax deed to he South Range 22 Rant. Attest: Carl Johns, City Clerk. First publication. August llth' 8ald with R '," .,
Longwood Fla. .." thereon.Said. certificate em The assessment of the said properly 8-11 6t 9-8 1939. VS'AS&I&] ; ,. f.fi.5, ,
"Come here, Dad .,.. the following described under the said certificate I Issued THOa. W. LONG, County | { ,
of the house. ,. In the County of Brad- was In the name of II. U. PI&- Director of the State Beverage Department ; Flnilds, rinff& ,
Dear :Mr.. Matthews: lady ,' Slate' of "Florida to-wlt: ford. of ITO
I am Bending the money for the wants to buy our old Southeast Quarter of Northeast Unless said certificate shall he I-V TIIK IVAMK O-- THH TTH, Floridly H LlllenthaU WHO.I: t1 any ,
as It Section\ 7 Township 8 redeemed according to law the OF FLOHIIIt.Thomas 8-lt 6t B-15_Supervisor.NOTICH Notice I IA h.,, 'J\"Fn: :
Telegraph for another year OHItKIt: OK Range 22 East, containing property described. therein will be W. Longas Director of have filed In Float \" Ik
seems that I can't get along without The "!.(. of Florida acres, more or lens. sold: to the highest bidder" at the Slate Beverage Department of OF IIII.IIIF r.ILFl with the Couiiti> .J I t \fxnt
itIt's such a comfort to me ,Myrlrk t The assessment of the sale prop i court house door on the first Mon- Florida. NOTICE Is hereby given that I, A. the 22nd day ,,f tudg, < *"t I
Yon are notified under the said certificate lasu* day In the month of October, 1939! Notice Is hereby "given that on O. Andreu, Sheriff of Bradford Judge flit pent, ?,"BI""l'r.4' '
that it seems I will just HAVE Myrlck an. plaintiff was In the name ot C. J. Qulna.Unleim : which la the 2nd, day of October July 19th 1939. one 1936 Ford Model County, Florida, by virtue of that of flratlr", ; alit Cc
I hope I won't miss It. ; her bill of complaint said certificate shall he ADated four door sedan automobile, certain writ of execution Issued for Final, Dlm-iiur?, 'In!" FI.r
to renew. against you. Kachle T. .. according to law, the this 17th day of August engine 48. No. 1886798, with accessorieswas under the hand and seal of the the F. tal.. of .ullx I. E...hlrl
81"gle copy. fmilant. and that described therein will I be 1939 I. seised at Starke Bradford Clerk of the Circuit Court of Bradford Cease,!. R 'bar ,
Yours truly, limiiance of thin. ..rd.. ;:r"to the highest: bidder at the OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas, County, Florida, for violation ofSection County, Florida, and bearing HILOAUEII.EJAt'E
duly filed nil In the house door on the first Mon- Clerk of Circuit Court of Bradford I 9 (e) and 11 (d) of Chapter date of the 22nd day of August, 8-25 DCI
Mrs. W. L. Thomas of Bradford County I In the month of October. 1939 Co-"ty-_Florida. 8-18 6t 9-16 6tc.A: '
- -
Lake Butler Florida. Chancery rasa No. !
Zachln T. Myrlrk are
quired to appear In ..,
October end 19 3' A.

ti G tlemen a lease renewal find: of my our check paper enclose whir of County the four thin newspaper conKecutlve order Telegraph once tor la...h.". I I "KEEP Your Credit GOOD! "

I ould nice not breath be without-it's of fresh new a Florida my hand thin and. 28th official day

v. a a D. !1919.
f a my old home. I am so pleat All(<..KK'HIAI.Clerk of said ,) ..

i that you have gone buck tot Knight &: Knight -

Telegraph's old "headlng"- Plaintiff. _

u n't like that new angled one NOTICK OK ,.IIKIII.
w ilch wasn't at all familiar I tm. Notice IM hereby -- 91C-ar9a.arYLrellsltr- ,

like there was a new O Andreu. Kherlff -
County, Florida by _
pn *r in my home. Best wishes, of K ecutlon issued lrf
cult Court nf the 1 A
Sincerely Clriult In and for .., PAYING F'l
Mrs. H C. Richard, Klorlila, on the 23rd
Palatka, Florida 193!, In that certain .
In Truemun Fertilizer. i ,
---. corporation, organized. .
under mill bv virtue of
GUM ItKANCHIly the Slats nf Florida,

!bars Kdil: 1'arrlsh and A-0 Jenkins
have l..vl..d upon
tloMirlhed property ..
Mr. and Mrs A. J. Williams of ,And being In :
Florida, to-wlt:
Jacksonville spent Sunday nigh Lot Four (4) of '
and Monday with her parents. Mi; seven ((17). North
Thlrty-iieven (::11),
and Mrs. J. S, Sapp. ItUirkn Thlrty-elvht I

Mr. H. Keene of Shamrock Forty-four,'. Truby (44 Addition of I

spent the weekend here with MreII. I nil Town' of Sturkeas i iI
the property
Keene JutikhiH, tlefeniliint;
Mr and Mm T. N. Norman nnd I lay of (October A. D.,
the ]'gal hours of wile
daughters Helen and Dorothy, I wean eleven o'clock
and Eldon Sapp spent the weekend noon and two o'clock I
noon, on Bald day at
at Jacksonville as the gues of CourthoiiMe In !

of Mr and Mrs. Allen Hall. fold County, Florida,
.... :
for sale to the h wlalA ,vM
Mrs. P. 1). ReddlHh and children ash In hand, the .. ns r

Mrs. J. SSiipp property an the .. V
were visiting Mr. and .
JenklnH, to satisfy .... eel
Monday. : all tees and contfl. 8

Mlsa Melba Clemons of Jackson A. O. AN..- ( rNei
Bradford County:
Vllle spent the week-end herewith I 4 %

her parents, Mr. and Mrs ', IM 'r...., 1'll l'1'1'r' CO' I
Felt HltAllKOIIII(
W C. Clemens. IDA. I\ ('IIA\: "l<:ltt. r
se. s y G
Miss Ella Mae Sapp la spending NOTICE TO IH t r M1' Y 9' {v x d I 1
KKIINIOR Mif.f.S t +
a few days In JacksonvtlU

visiting relatives -v.-Plaintiff I :r.u.4 .. :"

WILLIAM niiAnnoN .. d
Miss Alice Edwards spent Saturday Defendant.
In the Rising section visitIng \H TIIK NAMK ()..* 1 .
>P KI.OltlDA. ':T
relatives and friends !Y>: William Brandon Store'd
reHlilencM and post ., I
Mr. and Mrs. Chapman and nor : 125 UiMhtir Ht., N. J.:.,
Acres and Mrs. Louise. Dcnmarh 1>. e.
You are hereby" .' f .
.of Jacksonville were through this poar tu the BUI of l tt+di f
section Saturday.Mrs. ifreln against you s ,
2nd ,
ttnmluy the day
Purvis Green spent last U. I9J9. .
week with her parents" Mr. and IT IS PlHlTHKtl t ty
I his order be publlahetl : i K
:Mrs.!\ D. I. Knight In the Rising 'urd County: "' ". '- ..
section "mn shed In Bradford (: I Nr
.' ---- .lach week for four '

RISING veeka.WITNKSH my hand j: !.4 r

Uy Mrs. II. II. I..rIs i(ieal OKH-1CIAL 131. this JSth 8KAL day) of _.._. Ir.s :

Mr, L. L. Conner and Mr. R. R. Clerk Circuit Court. t I It

Crosby attended the State Association -" .
of Missionary Baptist JIIMi' Ft, UIIAI)"'' : .
Churches at Atmore. Alabama,, 1.0.lInA. IN "* "

over the week-end. IN KB KHTATH: OF II. S. "Yon want

Misses Vera Lee and Irene deceaned.FIWAI.. your money when dueso --

Lewis spent the week-end with I Notice !. hereby |[

Mr. and Mrs. Bishop Thomas and ut indvrnlKned October.t A.will n on. does the other fellow!"

attended the Primitive Baptist. the Honorable
Irmlford County,
Annual Meeting that convened .Alum. account and
with the New Hope church.Mr. idmlnlKtrator Cum .
exo de llonla. Non of
and Mrs. Andrew Oliver ....t aid' II time H. Humphrey then and d_ WHEN you buy goods or service on "open account"-the seller 'is demonstrating a friendly

and children Bobbie and Detty, of ppllcatlvn to the ..al.

Jacksonville\ spent Sunday with IL final settlement of trust in you-by extending credit. When
Mr. and Mrs R. M. Crosby nlnr tratlon discharging of said .him. you pay promptly, you prove this trust was rightly

Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Lewis was ilnlMtrator Cum .. placed.
exo da Monte Non.
- visiting Mrs. Lewis' brother Mr. I Dated this 11110 day

Lawton Crawford who Is very 111 H. 1939.
(Hlicupd) Herman ,
at the Thursday.Veterans'' Hospital at Lake Aa\innnio Administrator. tie flouts Non WHEN you do not meet your obligations as mutually understood, you are not only abusing

City ot n. S. Humphrey, ,

Mr. and Mrs. Wesley lIersey 8.11 Dtp la8tn1'h'M this friendly confidence-you are retarding the whole commercial cycle-for you embarrassthe

and children, Leon and Marvin of OK ArPI. ('

Jacksonville spent Labor Day TAX:: iKI.: seller in his efforts to meet his obligations promptly.

here visiting relatives NOTICH(least.IS Hill "' :

Rev. Alderman and son George, Thai A, 1). Ludwlic
{'ertlflcate No. is?. .. THE whole credit idea is interwoven.
of Folkston Ga., and Mr. Edd tl..y of Hnptember A. l It can only be continued to the degree that all of us

Murrhee of Green Cove Springs I I lied earn. In my
..r>ail, application for a :
were visiting Mr. and Mrs. W. C.I: 10.>. Issued thereon. meet our obligations promptly.BE .

\' Conner Saturday. .mbraccH the .. ....
ronerty In the
t Mr. and Mrs. Russell Carter f urd, State of Florida
. East Half of Hout ; WITH THE MAJORITY PAY
' and children of Hellbronn Springs ectlon It KEEP YOUR CREDIT GOOD !

I'I were visiting Mr. and Mrs. BertShaw amuse 22 Kant, .... :
...ore or le.M.The .
!. Sunday. assessment of .
of Starke I .rty under the said _
i :Mr.\ James
was visiting Mr. Jack Underhill -


ATr. and Mrs. Bob Myrick of

! >OTI<'H Or \PPI.I"' \TII)\ CO.
t ..'(Ut 1'\X 11K.KIINrnnte : -
inn NI>. leNOTI'M :

No. 198, Issued the Sn . day of August A. l>. IIU1. has. filed M. DARBY'S
I:' ..." In my office. and has mode application S. R. JOHNS & SONS
r.. tor a tax deed to l> l.suedc CARPENTER'S REXALL

c &hadte.rllrleat. embrace the following HAROLD C. WALL AGENCY
i described property In the STARKE ICE COMPANY
!! bully of ttradford. State of FlorIda DRUG
to-wll: I
I"r. Four Five of LJloek I. I.lvtnaHton. -
; Truliy ('0'. Adilltliin to II I STARKE COCA-COLA
Htarke Soitlun SX. Township 6
l Month:: Kang-e 21 Ka: ..t. BOTTLING CO. SMITH'S GARAGE
f The afNeMiiment of the said property
i under the until certificate Issued 1 v
, wan In the name. uf J.V.. Kd-
. .warila.UnloMM. -
. said certificate nhall beredeemed
according to law the OCA-COLA:
' property described therein wilt be ,
sold to the blithest bidder i>t the
" court home* door on the firm Monday WE and
In the month of October. 1919: "Pay keep

1939 which Ihitod.: In thin the SOlh.:nd.,, day day of of October Au"u..t.un. ,. up, our credit good

(OFFICIAt) HKAt,) A. J. Thomas, ,
Clerk ..f Cn ult I'ourt r>f firndfurdCounty Renal I
FkM-UU. 9.1 tt !-29 The



,mEn 8, 1939>>

WARNED AGAINST quantities of Agricultural commodities DROOKER of Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Brown. last over, throwing the occupant out. I to always call the nearest medl tl '

HERS( for which there Is no satisfactory My Mrs. L. I.. Parker Tuesday. lie is lying still and white !In the aid first, the local doctor then If

market could prove Justas Don't forget Sunday School ditch when you reach him. A necessary call an ambulance

PRODUCTION demoralizing. in wartime as in I Ladles Alt :Meets every Sunday morning at 10 crowd collects. Should you do I' If a piece of glass Is imbedded

ER-QUOTA peacetime.I The Ladies Aid met at the home o'clock. something to help the man? NO! I|Iin the body, don't remove it to

would remind American farm of Airs. L. L. Parker Tuesday aft- We are very sorry to report Not unless you are educated in 'lessen pain, aa it will allow the

-- ers that the loans which are a ernoon of last week with the president that Celfres Harrell ia in the the proper handling of accident I persons to bleed to deatn- West

N \ Agent T K McClane ing Importance. You have an unusual part of the ever-normal granaryare Mrs. G E. McGauIey. During Alachun County Hospital in a victims. Orange News.

aunt k received word from the opportunity to help the Pro available right now to prevent'' the business meeting Mrs. L. serious condition caused by gashes Don't lift his head-If he has a +

a States Department otcultul'P gram serve your neighbors and the price collapses. They can further L. Parker was elected Treasurerof with knives from two men in broken neck, you might snap the A Bargain

,>d Adjustment Adml- Nation in a world crisis. Under prevent such a disaster to example j the Sunday School builders Alachua county when they stoppedat unprotected spinal cord, causinghim He--I wish you would stop

warning farmers of our the Triple-A Program farmersand as befell cotton growers for I fund, which the Ladies Aid Is try- a filling station. Why the Instant death The same rule driving from the back seat.

aUol gainst planting' big crops the Government will be meet- In 1914.15. I would remind ing to get finished men did this has not been made applies to a broken back. First Wife-I will when you quit

'0 the AAA allotments Ins ing the situation with common action American farmers of these facts: !I Mrs. Florence Varnedoe was known as Mr. Harrell is still un- I get the victim to move his arms cooking from the dining room "

t nd of realizing profits because ," I I This year's wheat carry-over is j I honored with a surprise birthdaygift conscious.The and legs before trying to move table.

Europe-, war now In pro- Secretary of Agriculture Henry estimated at 254 million bushels, from each one of the club regular P.-T. A. meeting at him, as by mishandling; a simple -- --+----- --

1E A. Wallace released a statement In comparison to 115 million I for which she expressed her I the school house Wednesday afternoon broken bone may be turned Intoa Half Price! Ivory plate "In-
bushels I
'"' from the admlnlstraL directed to the farmers of the for the five years from thanks. The afternoon was spent I'' at 3:30: o'clock. compound fracture- may cause formala" 100 for $1 (envelopes
letter 1924 .
to 1928.A
Evans said: United States this week also. He I hemming dish towels for the the removal of the limb. included), usually 50 for $1.-
A The following committees were
L situation which said: slightly smaller production of school cafeteria. The next meetIng :I The only safe rule to follow is Bradford County Telegraph.
list new I corn this than last Is I I appointed. Beautiflcatlon! Mrs
the outbreak ofropt'un American Farmers, like all year expected will be held at the home of w
us by Norman and Mrs. Grace Berry;
fonts but the
present large carry- Mrs. Howard Mott on Tuesday
is citizens abhor
war there no rea- war and will
Entertainment, Mrs O. E. Mc-
I over probably will make the total afternoon 12 at 3:30:
Increases for September
immediate a speedy peace. First of all,
10 expect 1939-40 than GauIey Mrs. T. D. Dyal, Mra.
farm of supply even larger o'clock After an hour well
course, the
primary effort of
emend for Edna Crews, Mrs. Lee Crosby and
1938-39 billion
of two
demandome the supply 1 spent,. refreshments were served
Foreign Department of Agriculture
dltles Mrs. Iva Douglas Hospitality,
will be to nine hundred million bushels. I by the hostesses, Mrs. Parker, ;
.mmodliies may go keep this country out of
|, Mr and Mrs. Harmon Morganand
Much of the of both
Triple-A farm Pro- war. Secondary to that will be carry-over Mra. S. M. Baird and Mrs, Maggie -
Harrell Membership
Mrs. Luther ;
n. corn and wheat is being held by
Is needed more than ever. the effort to protect American I farmers under loan as'part of the Ward. Mrs. Fred Ilazrn, Mrs.
National security by farmers and Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Markeywere
ids to consumers as fully as ever-normal the Doris! Kelley, Mrs. Jettey Hazen;
Wing, the machinery for ad- possible against the effects of In granary.fact, our Through In Jacksonville recently and I I Program, Mrs. S. M. Baird, Mr
production of major war abroad. granary carry-over while there visited Mr. and Mrs.
the Futch and Mra. Gainey
lag of corn has been increased froman Charley ;
as quickly as necessary to War causes economic of less than 200,000- W. B. Webb. Mrs. R. A. Jordan Publicity Mrs. L. L. Parker The
In demand which sions in all countries. average from Mobile, Alabama came back :
I changes by-laws were read adopted.
repercus-I 000 to over 450,000,000 bushel. a..a a.ns
occur The evernormalary natural, therefore, that These added will be available with them to spend a few days The local association has joined saaaasnusssIs
for food supplies here. She Is the sister of Mr.
storage system era at this moment are the state PT A
for feeding if the demand for
Ifibei gives the United Statesedlutt ing whether they should modify pork and other livestock product Markey. .

issurance of ample their production plans to meet rises sharply in the near future. Wedding SUNNY BROOK FARM
lie! mil future reserves. The the new situation. I urge Ameri- Miss Mary Mott. daughter of
They remove the necessity for Increased -
Mra. II.
lervatlon measures give us a can farmers to proceed with their I planting that might ultimately Mr. and Mrs. M. N .MoLt was Ily Floyd Crosby I

i plant capable of producing production plans as if the out- be ruinous. Furthermore, married Thursday, August 17 to
G. M. Bennett has gone to Jasper -
efficiently than at any time break in Europe had not occurred. Jack Simons, son of Richard
the corn supply is a protection and Valdosta to visit rela-
ut r nifitorv American Agriculture is in a Simons of near Fair Banks Miss
I against any feed shortage that tives.
Demand for various products I much better position to meet the Mott was dressed in a light blue I Ir
might be caused by drought 1 In :Mr. and Mrs A. H. Johns were
i fluctuate up or down, but shock of war than It was/ 25 years I 1940 or succeeding years. dress with navy blue accessories.Mr. visiting Mr. and Mrs. Floyd
for As and Mrs. Simons will make
[now have the machinery ago. we have kept pointing
of meat animals last week.
Supplies Crosby one evening
are ex-
vour farm business to to decreased demand in their home with Mr. Simons father I
sting peacetime
pected to be larger next year. Inspected Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Crosby and
demands This should be it can be used In war-time to I for a while. Mrs. Simons was /
t. slaughter of hogs in 1939 children were dinner guests of her
tremendous Importance to the Increase production If and when supervisor of the Cafeteria be- r I Ii
40 probably will be 7 million head parents Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Mc-
fion and should help to protect that becomes advisable. fore her marriage. She will be
greater than during 1938-39. The Rae, Sunday.
from unnecessary losses. My Some farmers, rememberinghigh honored with a miscellaneous; r Y't '
j I crowd find friends
total number of cattle on January A of relatives
farmers/ is to hold the war-time prices, wish to shower at the home of Mrs. J. R
e may
1, 1940 Is expected to be about 1 attended the funeral of Miss Beu-
1.1 ''r'normal granary, discontinue cooperation in their Mott Thursday afteinoon. Mrs.
million head larger than a year lah Edwards in Starlto last Sun-,
Conservation Pro- farm Simons wishes her many friend
,.tn i ind Programs in order to ex- I
earlier the total day.
.although slaughter -
lSlao" wheat farmers are pand the acreage of wheat and to visit her at the little place
I for 1940 may be the same, or! Kate Brown who has spent the
to plant. They other I would remind known as Montach\ near Falr-
preparing them
r crops. I slightly smaller than for 1939. I past few months In the north returned a eI
IJ real m mind that world that the average prices of bunks.
Combined supplies of cottonseed home recently
dt iippiic., ire the largest in corn, hogs and beef were wheat// Miss Estell Mol has returned -
oil, lard, and soybean oil availablefor --+--
r Wrld i wheat granaries year after Ihe World War started from a two week.*' visit /
home consumption will be KKKI'EM BUSYSuper 4.3 I
? I I I
mowing There Is moren than they were in 1914. The I larger during the rest of this year with relatives In Okeechobee. abundance of leisure i
ugf) urphis In the world's course of prices for the months I and Mrs. Culson hnd as
and 1940 than for 1938. i time Is bud for American youth, '
tine supply one year's ex- just ahead not follow the t t t I
may relatives
their twenty-seven
Continued of guests whether they live In New York,
'Miiim'ments The present pattern of 1914 and 1015 but I heavy production It was a family
recently. St.
Chicago or PetersburgTo I
milk this fall is expected, on August I
igt tllotments are adequate present supplies of cotton, wheat, of reunion in honor of Mr. Colson's avert mischief legitimise'
1, cold
n j impectlve needs. Let use corn, meat animals and l many butter storage holdings sister, Mrs. Williams before her offspring of Idleness- It would be I A
(9lw( waste the fertility of other commodities are large. I were 33,000,000 pounds to Ohio. for I
above the 1934-38 return well parents to internal their
I laneiv' plunging recklessly Our There is little likelihood that any { of rice, canned average fruit Supplies and- Mrs. Truby Hodge is still in the childrenparticularly boys of the CROUP A* PICK 2 iCROUPB-PIGtn
.irming expansion. substantial increase in produc- .
but her condition 'teen ageIn Sea Scouting, Boy
fruit juices canned vegetables/: Hospital, reports say
lieProgram gives us full tion of the major crops will be desirable Scouts, cllamoncltaa.ll
the potatoes and beans also are sub is greatly improved. junior or AmtrTetn ..........9 met. American Poultry Journal..I 1
jictun( tot the present. As certainly not in the Im- other wholesome Boy | yr.
itlor flanges we are in a poBn mediate future, in any case the stantially above normal or pros Mi s. Pearl Raulerson, daughter -, some activity. 8 American Ctrl ..........8mot. I 8 1I.d.. Cantte ...... .1 lyr. fU
pective consumption. The ever- of Mr. and Mrs. Homer Gainey, ; As a matter of civic pride they Christian Herald ..... ... .6 ,... ) ) Cloverleaf. American Review 1 yr.
i adjust our aiming ncpnglv need for increases in
supplies can normal granary and the stabillza' left for her home in Brighton could mow and trim their own Horn AINeedl.craft .2 yrt.D 8 Farm journal-Farmer's Wit..1 yr.

be anticipated in ample time to tlon of supplies of meat and milk of last week. i lawns, of the next-door lots that Household M.g.zie..3yn.: 0 Good Stories .............1 ,r,
I wok, you are doing as make any necessary Increases in Monday : are overgrown with weeds. Push- D McCall'i Magailne .......1 0 H.... Circle .............lyr.DHotne ..
:freemen! takes on Increas- acreage, the production of large and eggs which It makes possibleserve We are very sorry to report ao ing a lawnmower offers Just as Modern Romances .......1 yr. friend ..... .. ......1 lyr.P .
also as a protection to the many on the sick list this week. Open Road (Boyi) .......1 yr. Household. Magazine .....1 yr.
consumers against exorbitantlyhigh ; Little Aline HUSH, 7 months old much exercise aa a tennis racketor Parents' Magazine .......6 sou B Home Art*-Needlecraf ...1 yr.
prices. of Mr. and Mrs. J. D. fishing reel-Is a far better D Patkfinder (weekly) .....1". QLeghorn World lyr..
daughter activity for boys than sitting/; Prograiuve Farmer .......4 Y'". 3 Mat!) the Stock Produc.r.,1 yr.Prymoerk .
Today we have a Commodities Russ is very ill. She weighs on- around on street corners twiddlingtheir Romantic Story ..........1 yr. lock Monthly ....1 yr.

Exchange Act. In 1914 no such! ly 5 pounds and 10 ounce John thumbs. St. Petersburg Screen Book ............1 ,r. Progr, lye Farmer "... ..,2 yri.D .
qf'x powers were available for protect- Hargraves is confined to his bed Times. Silver $c'.ln ..... .......lyr. Rhode! Island Red ''ou'nal.1"
ing producers and the public from : with fever. Betty Long, Rosewell 8 Southern Agriculturist ....4yn. 0 Southern Agriculturist' .....2" .,
excessive market fluctuations and' McGauley and many others are +--- True Confessions ........1 ,r. USmcctmM Farming .......1 lyr.O .
b < harmful speculation. Since 1933, having to stay home with sore DON'T DO MORE HARM THAN 8 Woman's' World .,.......2y .. W_'. World ..........1.,...
r1? 0001)-
r Vr in contrast to the World War perIod eyes. We wish them all a speedy
Something should be done to
N. LI farmers In almost every; recovery.
educate the public on how to ACT
county In the United States have Mrs. L. A. Brown Is spending
I organized themselves for quick the week with her daughter, Mrs. Suppose you are driving
action In dealing with problemsof of Raiford.
Iris Rltch along a highway when a car ahead

<} 'I" production, of conservation, of Don't forget Sunday school swerves into a ditch and turn FLORIDA

,, credit, and of rural welfare. These every Sunday morning at 10 o'-

,. ; farmer groups, democraticallyelected clock with Lonnie Parker Supt.,

j': I help Adjustment carry on Administration the Agricultural -- and church afterwards with Rev. wcic{ ] oooo Facts That Concern UII No U / ... -
G. E. McCauley pastor.
The Farm Security Admi- The death angle again visitedthe
g'tt nistration, The Soil Conservation -
1P home of Mr. and Mrs. J. B.
Service, The Bureau of Agricultural
took from their midst
Russ and ...
Economics all working In seven months old Aline. '.

cooperation with the State Extension Alline was twin to Irine who
Service have had Inval- /- 1
passed away a few months ago.
uable experience and training. She has been very sick for

f I \\ 1 1A Whatever the demands upon Agriculture some time.Funeral.

the organized groups of services were held at .

farmers now In existence can the home of Mr. and Mrs. Vance rs t t. ; ,

move swiftly in cooperation with Russ, the biiby'B grandparents,

Government, to deal with them. Sunday afternoon at 4:00: o'clock.

For example, the AAA committeesare She leaves to morn her goinga f

equipped to act quickly to father J. B. Russ and mother .; ) .fir ,,0

I bring about either an increase or Art. Emma (Stokes) Russ and a

'. I decrease in production, and to ad- little sister Jackie.

minister whatever program of Mrs Jack Simmons, the former
'i { I action is called for.
: to.t Miss Mary Mott was the bonoI'guelt
-Tf : wg('-t': Not only are we organized bet- ; at a delightful miscellaneous

:' r..r ter In the field of production; we shower given by Mrs. J. R, Mott

also gained valuable experienceand at her home here.
Improved organization In the The living room was decoratedwith %c pct

a marketing field The marketing fall flowers, where the l

programs for milk, fruits and I guests enjoyed several games and
.'., vegetables, the purchases and distribution contests, with Mrs. Ralph Hazen the before
programs, and the food and Mrs. Gene Long winners, I; Jn yea

Sit stamp plan can meet the needs Mrs. Simmons received many I ,, z its re-legalization

ahead much better than they couldin lovely and useful gifts for which I a Beer contributed

s 1914. There can now be bet- she expressed her thanks then practically nothing J

ter planning, more effective farmer refreshments of iced tea, chicken in taxes to the stare

cooperation, and more efficient salad and salllnes were enjoyedby treasury.

'if"4"!' results In whatever action has to those present, SincetalegalizationBeerhas

> be taken. Mrs. Lucile Baxter and children
I I raised this huge sum )lntaes.fortnis
These facts must convince farmers of Jacksonville, Mr. and Mrs.
state alone rorthe nation aj a whole
w .. that It will be possible to meet Grady Baxter of Baldwin were
n';" Beer raises A MlUlflN OOLURS A /
:.:. ;, all demands for farm products, visiting friends and relatives here < DAVi !

"",' r:7.f: that it will be possible to avoidan his week. I'

over-expansion of our farm Miss Joyce Rogers of Trentonwas AND NOH: TO KEEP BEERS MANY
occurred the the week-end guest of Miss
plant such aa during
1I4'COOKERY World War period, and that it will Vera Gainey. I .

; be possible to cushion the shock Mr. and Mra. Larson Mintz I Beer has made work in BREWERS WANT TO HELP KEEP 1

of the readjustment which will be were the guests of their parent, I over BEER RETAILING AS WHOLESOME AS BEER

Inevitable if the present conflict Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Gainey last IOoindvsfriessincenepeallf ITSELF.THEIR PROGRAM WILL INTEREST

SERVICE SAM SAYS: over any lengthy period I1'I' Beer had not come backthere?
"GET ELECTRIC COOKERY FACTS TODAY. and on any large scale. So, week.Mr, and Mrs. Charles Hardeeare / would have been I MILLION
r: 1 Avenge COSt 52.50 monthly if already have again I urge our farmers not to visiting friends and' FEWER RESPECTABLE JOBS .. ?
electric 1 : refrigeration i Youll you agree it hat an be swayed by the developments in Georgia this week. relatiVeS'' II I RB for the nation today. For U1Iit J'-. tr. Vr, mJJrcMt e

equal for safety, convenient, speed and econ overseas. Their greatest contribution The revival will begin __ .lar.hd.rial Foundation,
omy. Bell of all. il'i operated by That Mine right now to their own wel- Baptist Church here Sunday. 19 East MA Strttt New York. N. Y.

: dependable low-Od electric ervlee already 'fare and the National welfare Is September 10 with Rev. Light- .

,ff_ brought to your home by trained "members ofthe to carry on Just as before.' foot of Starke visiting minister. I I Ito 81tf'.

V tJ Suruhina Service organisation. Everybody ia welcome, so come BEER..a
beverage moderation
J. G. SPENCER Manager Calling Card Sale! 100 for 89c.Never and bring your friend. I n
this low before. Special Mra. S. A, PiohoUter of Jack- f. e

IFLORDA! : POWER & LIGHT COMPANY process resembles engraving.Many sonville, Mrs. S. A TlJlla and I I I ..--._ .=:. _'-___
style to choose frooou children Melba Betty and Blllie ..'

Bradford County 'Telegraph. of Clearwater were dlr/' guests '.... fO -

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i Carolyn LIMERocK1J
and CLUBS *
Honor Guest I ,4- -p- ". ,, -

.- -- -- .--- At Birthday Party I $ ,.'.'..; --.
-- --
Little Miss Carolyn Edwards, .
Given I Circle Meeting Tues. *
Was in.IIall] Dinner Party
Of Methodist\ W. S. C. S. six year old daughter of Mr.. and | I '
:Mr.. and Mra. A. C. Hall of Honoring Mr. and :Mrs. Allen Mrs J. Maurice Edwards, was the 'r
Hampton announce the marriage: At Woman's Club Mrs. M. B. Herlong was hostess ;I +t

of their daughter, Marjorie Mildred of Tuesday afternoon to Circle Num- honored guest on Friday, August : ,
The outstanding social event One of the Woman's Societyof 18 when her mother entertainedfor
to ErneBt' Wiandln, son of Mr. ber ,
and Mrs T. O. Wasdin of Alachua last week was it surprise dinner Christian Service of the Methodist her at their home in celebra- *
party in honor of the Rev. and iajA..h.
County on August 12 in the office church. '
Mrs. Charles H. Allen, Jr., whose tion of her birthday anniversary "-I
of Judge E. K. Perryman in The meeting was held on the
marriage was solemnized in During the afternoon Carolyn ;
Starke Judge Perryman per- wide screened porch and was I .
Miami on August 8. The dinner and her little friends were enter- ,
formed the the circle chair-
ceremony. presided over by
party was given by the membersof tamed with many novel games I
beautiful in her man, Miss Olive Ray, who
The bride was of open-
the Presbyterian church, played out on the lawn. The |
and whiteaasesorIeL ed the service with a reading from Io
navy outfit with navy which the Rev. Mr. Allen i is pastor games were under the directionof II<
Mr. and Mrs. Was Woman's Club BuildIng the Bible which was followed by I "
at the Miss Kate Struth. In the contest j
din left few after the cere- by Mrs. J. W White. The 4e :
a days prayer -
September :
on Friday night of pinning on the donkey'stall .. .
to Atlanta life lesson, "Possessingthe .
mony for a wedding trip .
1. Patsy Hall was awarded a 1 ,
Georgia, and while there they White and pink roses, the grace- Spirit of Christ," was read by doll bank. II I 1- : '
paid a visit to Stone Mountain Mrs. A. F. Sauls and a poem en- I '
ful antlgnon vine, and ferns, taste- At the conclusion of the games, '
They are now at home to their titled "The Builder" was next on ;
fully arranged In baskets and the guests were invited into the :
friends with Mr. Wasdln's parents the program. Mrs. W. P. Smith : # ;
bowls, formed the decoration for and Mrs I. P. Shepherd reviewed living room for refreshments of ,

the club room where the dinner I ice cream Individual cakes, iced I
"Emma Cushman EducatorIn
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mons-Silcox was served. Turkey and Greece." Items in pink and green and candy. t t_ ,e >

Receiving the guests were the from the Missionary Bulletin were The birthday cake, iced In white i .' : '

Announcement has been mado officers of the Ladles' Auxiliaryof reviewed by Miss Amelia Ray.A I and topped with pink candles in /
of the marriage of Miss Margaret the Presbyterian church. The green holders further carried out I

Silcox to Mr. Joe Simmons on president, Mrs. O. E. Stansbury, short business session was the color scheme. Dainty pink I|
held, and at this time Mrs. E. L.
2, in Lake
Saturday September wore a pink evening dress of lace flowers surrounding the cake, added -
Williams read the minutes of the
Butler. and chiffon; The vice-president a decorative note to the table. | -_.
previous meeting the treasurer
Mrs Simmons daughter of Mrs. Mrs. C. F. Ward of Mrs. assisted In
wore a gown Edwards was |i
made a report and a flower com Miss Ann deJarnette, attractive young college student from Soddy, Tenn.. u ,
W. D. Pender and the late S. S. black lace over pink taffeta; Mrs. serving by Mrs.!, R. G. Kldd, Miss hnw> '
mittee was appointed for the com stopped at the repair and modernization project on U. S. Highway No. 1, south ,of \,, 011I\11I1"
Silcox, was graduated from the I Jeannette C. Young wore a handsome Kate Struth, Betty Hayes, Evelyn | "
ing month. A generous shower of Inspector Warren Brantley of the State Road Department about the type of
Bradford School and black velvet const ",
County High evening dress; Hall and Betty Wade. | u ori ,n
for the past two years has been Mrs. K. G. Duncan's evening gown towels was given for the Wolff Those enjoying the party with She learned that the Ocala Limerock being used as a road-base material offer m, '>,I(>,.. Prtt*
Settlement House in 'ncw
employed in Jacksonville. was of cycleman crepe silk; and Tampa. Carolyn were: Patsy Hall, Rebecca I In permanence and re-use of the base, in ease and low cost of repairs, and modernize-i! i ,r (Us hie

Mr. Simmons, also of Starke, Mrs. Ellery M. Davis was dressedIn During the social period the Simpson, Margaret Monteith, smooth riding quality. The work on U. S. No. 1 will be completed about Octobci i

waa graduated from B. H. S., later a blue frock of crepe and lace. hostess assisted by Mra. A. F. I Georgia Gllpin, Kasper Duncan,

entering the U. S. Navy with The bride, Mrs. Allen, was lovelyin Souls served a refreshing ice !
Marcus and Florence Brown, RIch- Lovely Shojver ThursdayFor of James for Scripture Readingand parents, MI
headquarters at Norfolk, Va. At an evening creation of white course. ard Kldd, III Levy Canova Jr., IK! 111-9 H
discussion. The circle was
I mussellne de swoir. Mra. A. Wood and Mrs. Pearl Mrs. Artford Brown
present he Is doing carpentry Billy Weldon, Richard Williams, Rae.Mrs.
the of
honored by Mrs.
presence .
Simpson were joint hostesses to J. E.
work here In Starke. The "U" Misses Juanita Barefoot, Edith Starling
shaped dining table Tommy Smith, Joan Dinkins, Harold spent :
Circle A. M. Darby, President of W. M.
Two at the homeof urday night
Mr. and Mrs Simmons are mak- was made more attractive with and Joan Smith, Bobble and Rowe, Enza Weaver and Sadie with her son-ii.
S. who assisted In the devotionals and
ing their home with the 'brides pink and white flowers, also pink Mr. and Mrs. Wood. The large Peggy Ann Wiggins, Betty Ann o Prince were charming hostesses daughter Mr nd Mr.

mother, Mrs. W. D. Pender and candles In silver holders; and the living room where the meeting Flynn, Dorothy Ann Johns, Carl I Thursday afternoon at the latter's Fifteen members and two visitors Green at Hellbronn
and three of the
was held decorated were
Mr. Pender. white place cards were ornamented was with Lamar Johns, Jeanette Harrell, home at the State Farm, entertaining present Vernon Underhill of RUlnn,

-. with the picture of a bride. honeysuckle, zinnias and other Robert Bell, Billy Page, Judy in honor of Mrs. Arford members were new. After the the week-end A-ith. hl. II1n4j
flowers. business session the hostess' serv-
Epworth League Has The bride's place was designatedby summer Green, Barbara Keen, Edwin Perkins Brown who, prior to her marriage ents, Mr and MrsRalfotj ]
MI's. Wood led the devotional ed a lovely salad course with Iced
Social-Business Meet a miniature bridal bouquet of Janet Anderson, Edwin August 23, was Miss Dosbia varez.
service, after which the following tea while the guests enjoyed an
The monthly meeting of the asters and tube-rones, and thebrldpgroom's I program was carried out: "The Priest, Maurice Edwards, Jr., Smith. entertaining social hour Mrs. H i Hainwanger? i
place by a white I Agnes and Julia Elaine Lawaon. The rooms where the children and Mi Deletes
Young People's Division council boutonniere. Work of Dr. John R. Mott," froman guests --.- .-- fit J
Was held in the church schoolrooms were entertained were beautifully wanger all article
in the
Missionary Out sided over by the circle chairman, v. C. T. U Meets TodayThe
of the First Methodist Mrs Jeanette C. Young was look, was read by Mrs. Simpson. Mrs. decorated with cut flowers. visiting relativ..>' i-n test we,
Church Wednesday night of last toiist-mlstreas and In a very clever, "Churches of North Armenia" was After the The hostesses presented the honor Woman's Christian Temperance Mrs. F. F,'mii ;igititjr
meeting adjourned, will this after-
Union meet
week following the regular manner called on the ministers I guest with beautiful crystal asa tires In
prayer reviewed by Mrs. W. E. Middleton. the hostess Tamp im 'Orlanloi
meeting service. i present to give toasts to the honor A short business served refreshing lem- memento of the occasion, and noon (Friday) at 3:30: ( o'clock at ,
session was pre- onade and cookies I Mr. and :\1''> W
the home of Mrs. R. L. Kemp. \1::
guests. Ministers
I and their they also her with
The meeting was culled to ord- presented a Sampson City ....
wives present were: the Rev. and beautiful Members are urged .to attend and ecettvlsi!
er by the president and the business corsage upon her arriv-
Mr. and Mi W
was carried out Reports Mrs. Frank Robinson of the First Carolyn Callstreet al. After enjoying several games visitors are welcome. lack
Methodist the I Mrs. F. M W'/' Jacli.
were heard from several girls on Church Rev. and of Chinese checkers, a delicious

different phases of the work be- Mrs. A. E. LIghtfoot of the First _ I salad course was served to the PINE LEVEL ville is spending me lime h

ing done and from the Baptist Church the Rev. Fred guest of honor and the following with relatives
reports Sirs.; II M. McRae
What By
Yorlroa tiC. Bf.. M"r\c'... ,. ITrtla/trknal...._ ... She Sees, Hears, and Does I. I Misses Mrs. Bell Y'' >man is spendi-
Intermediate department Includedthe -- -- -- -- -- guests: Rivers Hundley,

announcement that a box of I Church, the Rev. and Mrs. C. C. Labor Day! Oh Labor Day! Two parties on Monday for Doshia Mrytlce Kllllngsworth, Martha Mr. and Mrs. Earl Blair of San few days her. vith Mr and I

supplies were being prepared to Adams and the Rev and Mrs. H. A Monday off-with full pay I f I Smith Brown Afternoon and Ann Burton (of Rome, Ga.,) Clara Angelo, Texas were recent visitors J. R. Hall nftei !ipecdlnj e

be Rent to the Wolff Settlement i:G. Rice of Penny Farms and the (with apologies to all would-be Evening Mrs. Sarah RItch Flume, Marion Dowling, Helen of Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Hall. time in New Berlin

House In Tampa Rev. and Mrs. L. A. Shepherd of and have been rhymesters) and Mrs. Jim RItch of the State, Dowling, Betty Stringfellow, Bet- Miss Dorothea Norman of Gum Miss Lucile 'Thomas of RU

It was called to attention that the State for Farm. An appropriatepoem What a crowd of visitors in town Farm doing; the honors I j ty Green. Frances Peek, Miriam Branch spent SundaY' night with was McRae a dinner guest >r Mrs. E

the Garfleld-I< Union the occasion "The Marriage over the week-end Guy, Gayle Sewell, Ruth Rowe, Sunday
vana League Saturday
Lake I Odessa McRae. __ .
Vow" written Leaflets September ____ -
would meet In Waldo September by May Vin- afternoon Call Street vied with. Dot Bishop, Jacqueline Andrews,
14. A social was then enjoyedand zant Perkins, was given us a read Broadway in "Little ole NewYork" follows summer and people begin Muriel Smith, Loral Bennett, Ann Mr. and Mrs. J. W. McRae and Zlppits- the brief case sIt
ing by Miss Lucille moving back to town' to the children of Polk spent Saturday fastenei the Brad!
Mitchell. Several put City zipper ai
refreshments served to Rev. Had to do some stiff- Terry ( Rome, Ga.,) Margaret-
Frank Robinson. Mrs_W. B. Sew- piano numbers were played arming and broken field running end children in school The week Pearce and Betty Jo Webb. j I night and Sunday with their County Telegraph

ell. Mrs. Frank Robinson, Mrs. A. by Miss Marjorie Stump, whose to get through Slight exaggeration the lake jus passed has was In the liveliest 1 ft.___ ____ _._ _._ _'AA.____

Wood, Mrs. R, J. Davis, Emmett her music audience.is always appreciated by of course I allus say."Starke's Parties, Picnics seen Boating many a day. Baptist W. M. SocietiesMet

Perryman, Comer Perryman, Car the biggest little townIn FLOWERSAU
rides Tuesday Afternoon.
and the "Rodeo"'
ol White, Carolyn Keen, Patsy With a suitable speech, R. F. the world" and did You consliavl
Keen Steve Weldon, Leonard Clark presented a. silver steak set see the outfit advertixing the Yippee I I i Guess I've been seeing Circles number one, and two orders filled with careful

Smith Frank Robinson, III, Ar- and a silver serving tray to the Rodeo? If you didn't you too They were not informed i and three of the Baptist W. M. don for the requirement of the lndl\1dul! |
]late .
line and Michael Dew, Joe Andrews Rev. and Mrs Allen. On the were not In a hurry to get any Hazel Moore home S., met Tuesday afternoon at 3:30: Special attention given to promptncu u4|
She's .
Freddie Wimberly, Ida Lulu steak set was engraved "A" and where cause they had traffic working in Tallahassee, and o'clock. economy.

and Marjorie Davis, Garnlta Hut- underneath the tray were the blocked in a big way we don't see her very often Circle number one, Mrs. L. G. .

to, Virginia Anderson Gayle Sew- names of the honor guests and Bveryone home for the Holiday Woods Walkln' (Jus' a Powell, leader, met at the homeof Mrs. L. G. PowellPhone

ell and Billy Lee. "From the Presbyterian Churchof There won't be another till Tarzan at heart) Golden Rod Mrs. Powell with Miss Etta 123-J

Starke. Florida." growing all around Look but Tison as co-hostess. Mrs. "-__ .. -
Thanksgiving however it don't Powell -.- -Cr -. ,p V ._._ _
P.-T. A. To Meet The young ladles serving the isn't so far. away. since the date HaY-fever go near. remember your used the Prayer of Solomon asher

, The Parent-Teachers Association delicious course dinner were: nas LL.Den cnangea tonic for the devotional. Du,.- .

will hold its first meeting on' Misses Evelyn and Marjorie Meandering down Main on Monday Tennis Girls matches finally Ing the business session pledges to

Thursday September 14th In the Stump Lucille Mitchell, Jean There goes Houston Mc- ended Mum. Manasaa and Marjorie -, the Onehundredthousand dollar

High School Auditorium at 3:15: Davis, Alice and Eleanor St. John, Clane ('1'. K's. brother) Won- Stump (rather watch Mar- Club were received and routine

o'clock. All parents and all who Marjorie and Martha Mathews. der why the movies haven't claimed jorie play than eat and I do love business transacted. The hostess NOW.

are interested in child welfare are him Talent scouts must my food) won the final match served delicious home-made ice

urged to attend. Two Hostesses Honor be falling down on the job J. So many interested In tennis cream and cake to the nine members .

Mrs. Brown Tuesday D. Doyle looking like Dapper Dan T'would be grand If the courts present.

In person Mr. and Mrs. Guy were night Illuminated Perhaps -i Circle number two met at the

OYSTERSR Miss Clara Flume and Miss Sale and, Elaine Wynn jus' returning the Council thinks so to. home of Mrs. H. L. Brownlee. tbe YOU CAN BUY YOUR
Marion Dowling were joint host- perhaps? .
from fishing at Santa leader.
Fe Mrs. A. M. Darby led the
in Season eases at the home of the former Not a Nibble Sullivan Starke really has a double- devotional and Mrs. S. E. Sparks

Pint 30c Quart 55c Tuesday night at eight o'clock at Carter in town for a few minutes duty delivering speeder In the gave the last chapter of the Mis- TYPEWRITER' AT 110 MEffi'aIZi.prs

I a lovely informal party and linen Saturday afternoon Urn Huh! person of Jerry Moore. Early In sion Study Book, "Following ini

i FRESH S Pounds ford shower given in honor of Mrs. Art- That was the big noise Same' the dewey
MULLET 25c Brown a recent bride. old Sullivan He's a bridge inSpector "Jeremiads" as he comes down I I the circles have finished the book.

i Quantities of zinnia tastefully the street and
r now And a good one with "Dizzy Dean" At the conclusion of a business
FRESH Pound arranged In glaaa bowls, formed too. .* precision delivers the Times-Union i I session, a social hour was enjoyed

BREAM lOc the decorative motift for this School Scoutln Lucile Ken- (alias Shudder Sheet) to subscribers during which Mrs. Brownlee served -

charming party. nedy, Kitty Hogsed and Florence never slackening his fast pace. home-made ice: cream and cake

SEA Pound Mr. Brown received many love- Brown all back and anxious to Then a little later (with his car to the members present.

TROUT ly gifts of linen, which were displayed start teaching We sho' do radio dispensing "morning melodiea" Circle number
three of the
I5c in the living room. i have coins purty teachers ) Jerry conies with music Woman's Baptist -

FRESH Found During the evening a word con- i Teachers are my pet admiration and Mathewa1 milk. met Missionary Society
test, "Doshla Smith Brown," Tuesday afternoon at 3:30: (
In this
day of cosmetics, commercial And who started
all the o'clock
SHRIMP 20c won by Miss rumor at the home of the leader
Frances Peek who ads, contests (not to mention several weeks ago about Joe![. Mrs. H. L. Hough.
I was awarded a handsome picture. the Cinema) teacher !
a has to Truby
being in a car wreck I The Devotional
was led
Miss by Mrs.
MAGNOLIA FISH Jacqueline Andrews was be adept at everything from cut-
i they even had you In the W. B. Alexander who used
t; I consoled with a comb and mirror tin' dolls to selected
paper play actin' after, Joe) in 7
up scriptures
MARKETSPECIALS J set for finding the fewest wordsIn To here-I dealing with her sub-
say nothing of the book learn- Joe'a home looking better ject. "A
Deeper "
the Spiritual Life.
[ In' ever. I
I.. The hostesses were assisted by Way up thar (In the Mountainsof Prayer was offered by Mrs. A. E

i- I Mrs.! K. J. Dowling and Mrs. F. F. N. C.) Mrs Burns and Harold Wall (of "He SmilesAgain" i I I' Lightfoot. I
fame) back Mrs. R. A. Thomas
( Flume In serving tempting refreshments Mrs. Wilson had a grand time got Monday i mission
to those from the Newyorkworl<1sfalr. He study chairman, read an article
invited to be Nat on
Sternberg and
was In Powell's I our White
with Mrs Brown. Sternberg of Daytona, Rexzal store and! Cross Work. Mrs.

$49.50INNER i Enjoying the evening with the In Ashvlll They stoppingover write was overheard to tell this genial I i!i Hough expressed her gratitude to

hostesses were: Mrs. Brown Miss that the Golf Courses are apothecary that his wife wouldn't circle members for their coopera- /

: I Frances Peek, Miss Harriet Bishop . Judge and Mrs. A. Z. tough let him go lee the girl danCing, tion in the work during the past

SPRING Miss Gayle Sewell Mica Carolyn cl.,., Adklnato __ in the mlrras Powell replied ;I Church year and th... ._.in_>t.i ... ._...6__
__u _....__" _'_'_ _N'.. _C... L""44""..... hers -- -- u .c.u-
MATTRESSES : Green Miss Helen Dowling, to be quite the popular resort for tnat his wife wasn't with him i' responded to this expression. .

I Miss Hazel Morgan, Miss Juanita Starkeites on Vacation WHEN i After adjournment of the busi i TIlE TELEGRAPH TAKES PRIDE IN A-"iSors'

$19.95 I Barefoot, Miss Jacqueline Andrews Fatty Peekln' (a crowd of Charlie Pender and some other I ness meeting the hostess, assisted ING TilE FACT TIHT WE ARE NOW AGENTS:;!-

($. .OO for your old niattnM ) I II and Miss Enza Weaver of. cutles cuttln' up) The girls little boys bach a weiner roast by Mrs. L. A. Shepherd, served I THE REMINGTON LINE OF PORTABLE IS

,. I the State Farm. certainly enjoyed the Coca-Cola down at the creek tother night punch and. assorted crackers to WRITERS. WHAT A GREAT CONVENIENCE IT

9x12 LINOLEUM party Mra. Alice Anderson gave and Incidentally, Alligator nine members and two visitors FOR YOU TO BE ABLE AT LAST TO r r C1\R\5g

RUGS I 1FLOWERS in honor of Doshla Smith Creek i la more popular with the present. TOUR: TYPEWRITER RIGHT HERE LV

(Starke' "barebathers" than ever, we Circle number four of which .VBE: c OS-
newest bride) and Ann are FROM A HOME CONCERN. IF YOt ;s.;
$5.95 FOR ALLOCCASIONS Terry (No. 1 Georgia Peach) told (not having been there In Mrs. L. A. Canova la leader, met SmElliNG THE PURCHASE OF A NEW M-IC

Wednesday morning Surprise person.) Monday night with Mrs. L. H. WE WILL THE: > "
50 LB. COTTON IN ANY dinner party Woman's Club Twitterings at twilight ma Jennings at 8 o'clock. Mrs. Thel- REMINGTON RIGHT GLAD TO DEMONSTRATE OWN IIOM&:
DESIGNSAbo Alvarez led IN TOUR
Friday night honoring Mr. and From the popularity of the cur- devotional
t MATTRESSES Mrs. Charles Allen (the rent hit "I'm So For service, using the fourth chapter
new Presbyterian Sorry Mylelf" -__--. _. .'
$5.50 FlowersWlrd Minister and wife) was a one Is Inclined to think the MILLIONS-- _

to grand success A big surprise felling unanimous With War USE TillS Easy Terms Available

AnybodyAnywhere to They were not informed In Europe everyone Is becoming Take Get relief from acid-Indigestion.

Would like to have heard extremely war Blama-Rex. the 4-actlon ant
JOHN H. DENMARK some of conscious acid
For Any those powder which neutralizes
Occasion clever speeches Quite a Heard a gentleman informing an- acid, expels BRADFORD cOt"TN'ff
play on names, I hear They forming another that his war department and gas relieves heartburn

FURNITURE GO MRS. N. o. %VAINW1UG lIT aay Mrs. Young (our beautiful (the wife) wished words, Biama-Rex.soothes the omacbe. Buy
Phone in white haired Librarian a 50 dose bottle for { TELEGRAPH
) U quit. with him so long Me you next I BOc
at the RexsJl
Ute perfect Toast-Mistress week. J Drug StoreCarpenter's -
:T Drug Store in Starke.

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BITS of LOCAL NEWS I Mr. and Mrs." C. C. Colley and REV. LLOYD KING I Ga.. and Miss Ruth Johns of Law- AMERICAN

1: children of St. Louis. Mo.. are tey. two sons, Fred and Joseph

--- -- .- guests of Mr. Colley's parents, Mr. : TO HEAD REVIVAL Johns of Lawtey three brothers, GOES TO MARSSure
( and Mrs. W. A. Colley. und their I II G. B., E. C., and P. B. Johns all
last week O. P. Hutto returned to Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Announcement Is being made to interest all
HUI1, Pent Epperson uncle nnd aunt. Mr. and Mrs. L of l..awt..y and a host of friends young pea
ao v, vland"" after spending the weekend and children of Jacksonville were I A. Davis. that a season of revival will be and other relatives.A pIe, and many of the older folksas

nton .- ,.- here with his parents.. guests Sunday of',Mr. and Mrs.G. entered Into on the first day of the large crowd from this sec well, are Abc new pseudo-
A. Anderson. new school October 1st and science books about the adven-
H Lamb spent year lion attended the funeral of Mr.
Sit I Mrs. Mary Adams Dicks, well)
nd Iacksonville Miss Harriet Bishop is spending -- known resident! of Hampton services will be continued dally; Riley Johns held in St. George, tures of an American on the
q in this week In Tallahassee as the. until October 13th. The church is planet Mars lust received the
Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Canova and Beach, left Friday morning for a Ga., Sunday afternoon at 2:00: P
Lloyd H. Jennings guest of Mrs. W. 'S. Freeman. family are spending two weeks at j two-week vacation among the I I happy in announcing; that the Rev. I II M. public library in the Woman's

nd Mra in Jackson- Mrs. E. E. Canova's cottage on scenes of her girlhood In Republic Lloyd King former member of: Mr. Fisher Gasklns of Jackson- Club Building, Mrs. Jeannette
?, Mrs. J. F. Colley left Wednesday Kingsley Lake. County. Kansas. the Starke church who was bap- vile spent the week-end here with Young/ Librarian. The amazing

to spend several weeks In tised I, licensed and ordained here, his mother. Mrs. John Gasklns. stories are by Edgar Rice Burroughs -
---- Hendereonvllle, North Carolina.Mr. will be the visiting evangelist creator of the famous
I Miss Ruth Murrhee of Jackson-
Mr. and ; I
business Victor Thomas of
a Mrs. J. R. and
strum was Colley children This will be the first time that the "
ville character "Tarzan and in these
the week-end here
Saturday Lakeland are upending! two weeks I spent with
f..0 Gainesville and Mrs. J. E. Wilson are at Mrs. E. M. Thomas' cottage onI I I Mrs.Frances J. F.Shirley Houser and returned Jerry and to Rev. Mr. King: has ever preached her parents, Mr and Mrs. L. M. stories he baa stretched his great j
occupying the S. T. Dell cottageon in this church or conducted, an Murrhee. capacity of'imagination to the utmost ?
Kingsley Lake
-- Kingsley Lake for a few weeks. their home here Friday after evangelistic meeting here since he Donald Greene of Macclenny presenting to his readers) :
.'oicman spent the spending a month In Flat Rock, left to enter the Baptist Bible In-
Eseie several last week "'1th most interesting stories he has i
spent days
L friends In Jack- Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. T. Williams Alabama, with relatives.Mr. stitute at New Orleans
with John Morgan have many Ms brother and sllt r-In-Inw, :..&r. ever written. More maturely J
Darby left Sunday for' a weeks' .' returned home after spending years ago. and Mrs. \V. II Greene written /than the "Tarzan" books. I

visit In Ft. Myers with relatives several weeks in Virginia and Mrs. Glen Searing and Mr. King has had unusual suc- Mr. C. E. Crawford and Mr W. Mr. Burroughs Incorporates into

nd Mrs H. A. Bishop and visiting relatives. two daughters, Hilda and Elinor, cess since becoming an evangelist H. Greene made a business trip to his tales many of the Utopiaa

Lrold Pent Tuesday In ,. Mr. and Mrs. T. K. McClane returned to their home in Jack- He has had engagements all Jacksonville Saturday afternoon Ideas and Ideals often dreamed of

Jr., and son T. K. III, spent the :Mrs. S. C. Carnell and sons, sonville Tuesday after spendingtwo over the south, and also In the Miss Inez Rosier spent! last week (but little else) by humans hereon .j

rifled week-end In Gainesville with rela- Corbin and Gene, of Ormond, are months in the H. C. Wall cot- Bahamas and Until), where he with friends..____ and____ relatives In Orlando earth.
Mr L G. Edwards tives. guests of her parents, Mr. and tage on Kingsley Lake. goca again In January for the an- The books are "A Princess of ,-'

Utf of frIends in Jackson- Mrs F. A. Scott. nual revival meeting. Plain, but We are sorry to report that Mars," "The Gods of Mars," "The

edI1e day Mrs. F. W. Varnadoe, of Pal- Miss Jimmie Houlton. a studentat forceful and dynamic in his Mrs. C. E. Crawford has had an- Warlord of Mars" "Thurvla.
-- Mrs. C. D. Edwards, Mrs. Lloyd the of Alabama inTuskaloosa Maid of Mars," "The Chessmen of
atka, was the week-end guest of University preaching, he always attracts other backset. Her friends and !
L. D Green has returned her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Edwards and Miss Margie Reddish returned to her large crowds, and is continually relatives wish her a speedy recovery Mars," and "the Mastermind of

npa and Mayo, where she Smith. were guests Saturday of Mrs. studies there Friday of lost week receiving invitations to return to Mars." ,

{relatives! Charlie Nicholson. after spending six weeks here places where he has formerly held Herbert Kersey of Jacksonville, I I The library is open from 1 o'- ..

.- Mrs. Edward Burns and Mrs. J. with friends and relatives. meetings. No little part In his A. J, and Chnrney Yarbrough of clock until 6 every day except

"n Green and Everett Mc- E. Wilson returned Monday night Mrs J. R. Durden and sons success is his Bible Story hour, near Lawtey were visiting at the Sunday

spent the week-end In from a ten days trip to Black Mt., Billy and Bobby, of Nichols were Mrs H. D. Gerry and Mrs. G. conducted for youths from 6 to home of Mr. and Mrs. R. N. ..

with friends. N. C. guests Arthur last week of Mr. and Mrs. Rldehoffer of Kalamazoo Michi- 16 every afternoon which always Crawford Sunday. ROAD 13

B. Williams gan, were guests Sunday of Mrs reaches the majority of the young Mrs. Russell Redding is confined .:
Ritch tad "cousin, Edward Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Horley of Jeannette Young and Theodore people in a town. It Is reportedthat to her bed at the home of CLOSED AGAIN "

ot Ovlertf!! were visitors in Dorchester, S. C., spent the week- Airs. I. D. Wells of Pensacolawas Young, while en route to Fort Mr. King averages 80 per- her mother Mrs. Jean Gaskin

Lille rueBday. I I end aa guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. L. the guest of her brotherinlaw Lauderdale for a vacation cent of the young people in a here. Her friend wish her a. Road 13 was closed this week i
:.. and between Waldo and Gainesville (
Mr. and Mrs.
-- Anderson. -- B. town in his story hours. Word speedy. recovery.Luther _..Ln_ ___L_'. __ __ i
and Miss H. Alcuae. last week wnne aspnait ana siagwere appliedto
Mltch ll
M from Southalde church In
j Miss Carol White will leave comes Chlsm spent the weekend -
; the five-mile stretch between
I Mitchell were visitors In Mrs. R. S. Fernandez, who has Monday for Lakeland, where she Lakeland that In a recent meeting with his brother and sister-in-
Mr. Waldo and the where theconcl'l.'te
nville Tuesday. been ill for the past two weeks, Mrs. Ralph H. Cox are will be a sophomore In Southern there, Mr. King: had on one aft. law Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Chlam In point
from Gainesville
this week in highway
Js in Riverside' Hospital; for ob- Savannah. College for the coming term. She ernoon 1,141 children and young St. George. Ga. I
terminates. Traffic
Georgia, as guests of Mr. and being
i servation. will be accompanied to Lakelandby people present in a story hour. lie +-------
., routed around
:Mrs Herbert by Orange Heights
>ntaWordD Stevens. her father C. W."hlte.. I..a known as "Uncle Rex" to the
I ... HAMPTONELECTION Road 13 U also/ closed in Nassau :1
children; and will be greatly loved
I Mrs. E. M. Thomas is spendingtwo '
County between Callahan and
Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Hogan and
by them here.Beginning .
weeks In Green Cove ding
Springsas children of Jacksonville were After p Labor Day Baldwin while paving is being

: TO Kt'V cows and the guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. guests Labor Day of Mr. and holidays here with his family, with Monday night The town (of Hampton will hold aid. Traffic from the north

:JIarkci prices paid on alls B. Mills Mra. Stanley Bennett. Paul E. Canova went Tuesday September 18th, -cottage. prayer on election at the city hall there reaches Baldwin by detouring

('DOM box 247, morning to Monticello, where he meetings place and dates to be Tuesday September! 12 to elect a from Callahan to Jacksonville via
Mrs. O. J. Griffin, of St. Augustine Mr. and Mrs. F. \V. Varnedoeof la working under the direction of announced later, will be held in mnyor a combined clerk lax: col- road number 4 and back to Bald- ;
}c is' spending this week preparation for the revival. In cletor, tax win the Lake road
Palatka were week-end guests tho State Auditing Department. assessor, treasurer, a by City num-
here with her daughter Mrs E. addition, the women of the church
nitrshul ber 1.
40-acre farm 8 miles of Mrs. VarnecJoe'a parents, Mr. --- und three councilmen

i of Starke 6-room house.lid L, Biggs. and Mrs. W. P. Smith. Mary Jo Perryman returned will meet at nine o'clock each :M I.. Wntterson Is running .. -.-. -
pAsture for stock; -. Wednesday morning to her homein Wednesday morning to pray for without opposition for the office --

[foi ,mcklng. Variety of Mr. and Mrs. Guy Sale of Talla- Miss Gladys Yates of Talla- Atlanta, Ga., after spending the revival. All the women of of mayor, while .I... II. Hall Is : FLORIDA THEATRE

ana grapes: 20 acres inr. hassee were week-end guests of hassee was the guest Sunday of the past five weeks here as the Starke are invited to this prayer seeking the position of clerk withno I GAINESVILLE, IrI.l'rOltrlU11 .\.

| Mrs J. J. Ziegler Mrs. Sale's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Sapp and Mr. guest of her uncle and aunt, Mr. meeting church which Is led by the WMSof opponents. James Gnann and 'I' for the week beginning

t-sa, Fla 8-18 4tp J. B. Sapp. and Mrs. W. B. Mundy.Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Davis, at Kings- the A. II. Turner are both runningfor I l'It'IC4'mht't' 8. 1099T
ley Lake. : Sunday morning next, the pastor the marshal's office and Marshal I
E.1 all clothes now in my William Edwards of Jacksonville and Mrs. R. Tarratus and will preach on "The Revival Matchett, T. C. Chnstaln and : ,. TIM I,H TODAY

[not ailed for within the spent the week-end here daughter Sandra, of Jacksonville We Need" and on Sunday evening C. C. Wynn have their names on JAMES! c'A/ NMY -- aEOHCIKJHA
John Chalker l left for
((30 days will be sold for with hla Mr. and Mrs. W. Monday FT '
parents, will be preaching In a revivalto the ticket for councilmen. '
several days lastweek
were guests
in Charleston B, C. In
The Citadel
Mrs III Leviton. August M. Edwards.Mr. begin that night at the Brooker _n_._._.___
1939. 3t of Mrs. Mike Dew. where he will enter school this "11ACII'N I OIK">>
Baptist church. The pastor will
freshman. Charles Wil- Meeting
and Mrs. E. L. Molpus return for services on Sunday Hiitunlny Only
sixth I. P. Shepherd Jr., left Fri- liam Chalker will leave Saturdayto I The Townsend club of Hampton
grade ,
J History Spell-
spent the week-end in Daytona DouMt>> Feature
night, the 17th, with morning Program
for McMinnvllle, Tenn., wherehe I
nthmetic Workbook Tues- day continue his studies as a sopho- will meet tonight, Friday, at 8
Beach of Dr. and Mrs. Ann O'Brien
as guests Shf'rldan-.Pat
worship that day being conductedby
afternoon by being placed Is relieving the Express Agent more at the Citadel.Dr. o'clock in the Hampton Junior
J. K. Molpus. the Rev. O. E. In"INDIANAPOLIS
McGauley pastor -
who Is taking a vacation.
High School auditorium. John
ping eat' in front of post- I SPEEDWAY"Also
: of the Brooker church Uup.ismal I i I
Please return to Floyd Miss Irene Denmark of Jack- H. n, :McLendon of Orlando services will be held on the Curlier, shoo organizer will be --
b, E L Williams Coun- Miss Isabel Fernandez spent of Mr. present to speak Everyone Is In- ,
or the week-end
sonville was the guest of Mr. and Sunday In Jacksonville with her was night of September 21th, the pastor Akin Tamlroff-Mary Doland
vited to attend.
perintendent Itp Mrs. L. S. Hutto over the Labor and Mrs E. S. Matthews at Kings- in"MAGNIFICENT
mother. Mrs. R. S. Fernandez, in charge, It is also announced. --.-_.-
ley Lake. Dr. MqLendon; was accompanied FRAUD"
lENT -Five Room- CottageBath Day holidays. who la in Riverside Hospital. The local Baptist church will Services
home by Mrs. McLen- Sunday
[ Screened Porch and observe Promotion
Day on Sep-
Misses Carolyn and Edna Hutto don and daughter,Jeannette, who Rev. W T. McGuire will fill hilt Sunday A Monday
Mrs J. T Mrs. S. T. Dell, Sr.,
Quigley It Mr. and tember 24th with a specially prepared -
returned to their respective homesIn to their have spent the past ten days here. regular apointment Sunday morn- Spencer Tracy, Nancy Kelly, Rich.
returned Wednesday for the hour. AllJrho
IENT. Two attractive un- Columbia, S. C., and Jacksonville after ing and night at the Sampson ard GreeneIn
home In Gainesville spendingthe are enrolled In the Sunday
jshed apartments in very Tuesday after spending the at Lake. Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Green and City Christian Church. Morningservices
summer Kingsley chool are Invited and urged to
ble location available Labor Day week-end here as daughter. Elise Misses Grace and begin at 11 o'clock and HT/INLKV AND LIVINGSTON"
be present for this) annual occa- ,
Apply Mrs: Jeannetteat guests of their parents, Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Davis and Dorothy Green, Robert Green, and sion. At that time the teaching night services at 7:30: o'clock. The ,
? Library. Mrs. L. S. Hutto. Mrs. Irene Johns and daughter, public Is cordially Invited to at- Tuesday & Wednesday
Ida Lulu and Marjorie, Gloria
daughters, staff for the new year will assume Jean Nan Grey, Ann Gitlls
spent Sunday In Daytona Beachas Miss Dorothy Johns, of Mayo I their classes, and all who are eligible tend. In"UNDER
last week at Mrs. J. M.Mitchell' .
guests of Mrs. B. P. Smith. spent for promotion will be advanced OARI) OF THANKS PUP"Thumday
cottage on Kingsley
NAT SEZ: -- according to Mr. A. J. We wish to express our sincere

S. Sternberg of Orlando is Lake. Thomas, Superintendent of the appreciation to our many friends A Friday

fA Been up In the mountain of spending several weeks here as oral Baptist Sunday school.nOOTSEY'S and relatives for their sympathyand Sept. 14, 15

\; North Carolina for the past two guest of his son and daughter-in- Mr and Mrs. W, L. Edwards kindness during the Illness Lew Ayres, Lana Turner Tom

weeks.. We talk about our sand law Mr. and Mrs. N. Sternberg. and daughter Fredrlcka, Mrs REACH and death of our beloved brother Brown
,.v'-' Frank G. Bauknight and daughter and uncle. In
My Miss Effl Crawford
hills. out In Clay County but Edward of Jacksonvillewere
Mr. and Mrs. James Jane Merrill Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Johns "T1IKSK: GLAMOUR GIKLS"
they ain't got no such hills as Murphy and son, James Edward. guests last week-end of Mrs.Edwards' and
RIley O. John Dies l family. b.
these mountains boys have up Jr., of Palatka were guests Sun- and Mrs. Bauknight'eparents
day of Mr. and Mrs. V. B. Har- Mr. and Mra. W. H. Riley C. Johns died as the re-
here. When you get up to the top rell. Struth Mra. Edwards and sult of a stroke Friday night of

of one of these babies and look daughter are spending this weekat last week at the home of his broth-

down all your uncles look like Mr. and Mr. W. M. WainwrIght Kingsley Lake. era and slater-ln-law Mr. and

ants. and family returned Tuesday to kTrs. O. B. Johns 6 miles west of INSURANCEHAROLD

their home In Tallahassee after Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Hollings- Lawley.

spending the summer at Kingsley worth had as guests last week-end Funeral services were held at

G Lake. their son-in-law and daughter, Mr the Baptist Church in St. George,

and Mrs. James L. Hair of Lake Ga., Sunday afternoon at 2OO: o'-

Morris Jackson left Monday, City. Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Hoillngaworth clock. with the Rev. H. A. Bohan-

afternoon for Albany. Ga., after. and their guests madean non officiating. .
spending the week-end here with I automobile trip to Jacksonville Ife leaves to mourn: four daughters AGENCY

his parents Mr. and Mrs. Carl Beach to St. Augustine to Day- Mrs. Harmon Hodges of
Jackson. tona and over to Orlando, and Jacksonville Mrs. E. H. Jenkins 146

from there back home. and Dorothy Johns of Columbus,

? 4 jWJ r. P. Shepherd, Jr., returned
fr.ataa here last Wednesday after a four

weeks' visit in Denver Colo., with
VILtJA1 I his brother-in-law and sister Mr.

try, A n it and Mrs.- G B. Miller.- EXTRA Tip Top Grocery SPECIALS!

Mrs S. R. Johns Sr. has returned -

,4$ to her home after enJoy- SEEDLEMS, E I

M4 ftj ing a visit In Augusta, Ca., with AND MARKET
; "2 her son-in-law and daughter Mr. GRAPES PEACHES
? t t I t'Y
and Mr. C. N. Christy.Mr. STARKE FLA.
5c Pound 3 Pounds for 19cYELIA

1jp and Mrs J. K Colley had ) V _
their nelces. FANCY 1ELfA11Y .. COOKING l'aund
alt guests Sunday
Misses Katie and Virginia Fugate BANANAS .15 ONIONS I 3 lbs. lOC APPLES 5c :

I and Mrs. A. I. Spencer and daughter ; ,

I An Ice, of Jacksonville. (''OCNTIt\ ROLL Pound found
1,03 FAT DRESSED: ...'...ACE

Breathlessly sophIstIcated Kr. L. D. Vining and Jimmy BUTTER 25c BILlAK FACE CHEESE l7C I

and romantically young Peek spent Sunday and Monday In
You couldn't be smarter Dublin Ca., while there Mrs. Vin- H EN S a.oUT Pound :
2 Hunches B A CON
', Not the two-ton color Ing was the guest of her parents,

; h styles combinations with scads, done of In buttons.perky Mr. and Mrs. W. L Joiner. CARROTS 15c OLEO 11cTALI

fullness boost
I Latest Independence of Mr. and Mrs. John Shepherd! ) I
a aocy 22c
spirit that will make you the formerly of Srarke have recently 10 Pounds 25 Cur

,; center of attraction wherever returned from Jacksonville and
b'< you go. are occupying an apartment at POTATOES 20c MILK 5c i iUWK'h

the home of Mr. and Mrs. D. E. OUA&tNTF.ED
Knight. Pound

Varan Melvin and Williamson Misses Doris Miss and Mar-Dora CELERY lOc ,F LOU R LA R D CABBAGE 2c

line OJeda returned to their home 2-1 Pounds :2 Pounds I
in New York City after enjoyinga Head NO. E CAN s CartLETTUCE :

of two-week Mrs. Williamson'vacation here mother.as guests Mr. lOc 59c l1c TOMATOES fie

E. R. Williamson and his filter

Mrs. Mike Dew. .

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LEGfMI.NOt'S; : COVER ANI> --------,. ..
OJ'"F'I ;;
-- -- - -- --- as
-- eloner
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The terms cover crops and pecans Mrs. Clennle HIckok, County I II SEVEN ASK PARDONS PROPOSE TO MERGE :Mayo conf I I"J" 1\\

RURAL HINTS FOR THEHOUSEHOLD should be as inseparable as I Health Nurse. this week disclosed Sa.rasota.--Seven prisoners at Silver Springs, Representa head ofth,. ,t. \ItW/ Q

COMMON SENSE . ham and eggs or Damon and Pyth- ,' some startling health statistics Ralford, convicted in Sarasota tives of the Florida Federation of Agriculture //oePartn.
I County will apply for parole to Labor and Townsend :'Ian)
FAVORABLE CONDITIONSNOW HAIL, THE LOQUAT! las, says G. H.the Blackmon horticulturist -[ about Florida and Bradford Coun- the State Pardon Board at its Pension clubs drafted an outlinefor Age and VI'gP'j, hi<. 11'1" or
with Florida
Experi- 'I8t.
SURROUND CATTLE ty. These facts are. Mrs. Hickok meeting Sept. 12, Sheriff B. D. a proposed political' coallatlon a proPOse,! inState .
Ilet{ .
ment Station. For leguminous .1 F
IN SOUTHERN STATES By Isabelle Thuruby both and said, compiled from figures received Pearson was notified last week. here recently at the -concluding InhPt', lIon .
Extension Economist in Food cover crops summer '
livestock Conservation I winter, and proper fertilizers will from each Florida county. -. session of a two-day encampment.The Ida CMs, f'1111, Ice roo
Conditions for profitable
keep the trees growing and to a five aver BREEDERS CHANGE SYSTEM combined groups eventuallymay ference. tl:
pecan According year May ,
raising in the South are Loquats big, sweet, orange Ocala, Representative cattle endorse a ticket for at','?! h"' bo
producing nuts. Blackmon's tests annual deathsin congressional
have 3,401
age, we plan could ,,
fleshed and juicy aromatic, h
for the better. partly be- ones breeders of Florida In a meeting races in W'rk"'l
changing for 12 years have proven that. Florida from Malaria-and it party primaries vent IJUt t
white fleshed ones (take your to eliminate dUpl1< ,llIon ,
decided next
control of here yesterday May.
cause of more effective choice)-are ripening all over Working with the Frostcher is a preventable disease. The to Florida stock- I thereby recin ," ''f r
animal diseases and parasites.This middle and southern Florida. To Stuart and Moore varieties Black 'case rates of syphilis and gonor- guarantees naperllant
the Florida Fair,
view waa expressed recently have the finest flavor the loquat mon observed that each variety rhea (veneral diseases) in Florida men exhibiting at of BOYS WIN LIFE SAVING TO _
in Tampa In favor ol" a system RUSE
by Dr John R. Mohler Chief of fruits must not be removed from produced the heaviest nut yields equals if not exceeds that of any Marianna, Forty-four youthsat .\PI'tOPIIJ.1!

the U S. Bureau of Animal Industry the tree until they are fully ripe where vetch wall grown duringthe other state in the Union. In 19- premiums only. _. ... the Florida Industrial School TallahaRRe, The DePi'
at the annual convention of and ready for Immediate con winter followed by crotalarla 37 a total of 966 Floridians died --. | im r.| for Boys here have completed requirements of Education ... :J?
the American Veterinary Medical sumption. The fruit is easily and natural growth In summer. from Tuberculosis, five of which THIEF SMASHES! WINDOW and successfully pass- 091.7931790.000. 1II0/'f/ .

Association. bruised and should be clipped Oats and rye or non-legumes, are were from Bradford County The Jacksonville, A white man : ed examinations for membership year will beState's reqUIred to

Throughout agrlcultuie and carefully in bunches or clusters, or not so satisfactory as winter coyer first state sanltorlum for the care tossed bricks through a glass in the life saving corps of the public school iii'

other Industries Doctor Mohler singly if necessary because of uneven for pecan orchards, and the of the tuberculous was opened In window of a downtown jewelry American Red Cross. It Is expected of tlon Edgar L Morphe 8PP,

declared, one must not expect to ripening In the cluster. trees seem to do better without 1938. store here today scooped up that approximately 60 ad- admInistration 8nd j flDll

find permanent or fixed conditions However, If the fruit is to be any cover than with these, Black In 1937 pneumonia was respon- $715 worth of,watches, jumpedinto ditional boys will qualify within the deportment, predicted

Instead at a given time. used for canning, for jelly making, mon says. sible for the death of 1,227 residents a waiting automobile driven the next several days, bringing the 415,000 pupils WIll 'egl8ter

there Is only a temporary balanceof as a wonderful preserve or in a He is now lining Augusta vetch of Florida and was the fifth by another white man and made total to near 100 boys. new term comparer) '0 lOlli,

opposing forces. On one side r pie, It should be gathered aheadof widely In his tests, which are leading cause of death for four his escape. -. 000 In 1938 Th. LeglalatL,

are the favorable elements and on the time when It is best for scattered over the Florida pecan years previous to that. propriated $800 .j f Statetur

the other are those operating ad- eating fresh. I II belt, because this species of vetch Florida's maternal death rate SPEND: LARGE AMOUNT: NEW PIER OPENSSt. each tea'hel"unlt >0 app1r

versely. In stock raising, Doctor I The seed of the loquat, which In will produce seeds here while has in recent years been reduced Jacksonville,-Twenty reporting Augustine,-Formal opening aries.structors'and bus driven

Mohler pointed out many elements the common varieties is rather hairy vetch does not seed readily from the highest of any state in Florida municipalities spent more of St. Johns County's new fishing The increase ,? alter,

are involved, such as land large in proportion to the flesh here. He is making plans for his the Union to fifth from highest. than $60,000 In summer advertis- pier at St. Augustine Beach, caused thelumber' 'tt

and lablr costs, feed prices diseases Is of a beautiful golden brown winter plantings and says that I Three mothers died In this county inar.. promotion and cubllcltv this I which extends 1300 feet into the jump from u.4fin- I."., ,'.,,JrStOAIl "

and parasites. and market- color and as highly polished! as considerable auantltv of Aueuata- last year. year: according to 0.compi atlon ocean was held on Sunday, Sep I -----

Ing conditions. though varnished. The seeds are I vetch seed i is available this fall. Pellagra is a disease associated I released today by the research department -I tember 3. A fishing contest was SE.\-.O: 01'1,, ,

Declaring that any Importantnew of a strong almond flavor but In the fall Blackmon fertilizes with Inadequate and unbalanceddiet of the Florida State held during the afternoon and. i LaBelle. CloUd, of'

factor. disturbs the balance more delicate than peach pits. with 200 pounds of superphos and accounted for 103 deathsIn Chamber of Commerce. prizes awarded to anglers mar- belching from the huge .,

the speaker cited the eradicationof These seeds are usually removed phate and 55 pounds of sulphateof the state in 1937. The incidence: Ing the best catch of the day. H. ,stack of ,h,' 8Uga boUit

cattle ticks throughout most of from the fruit before It is canned potash per acre, just before or I' of malaria and hookworm Is higher BURSTING ItRAKE KILLS BOY D. Andrew has charge of fishing the last week In October It

the South as an influence distinctly unless the highly bitter almond at the time the winter crop U among the white population Jacksonville flying piece of service, and bait of all kinds and Iston, will ,mnouncc he ,'

advantageous to the dairy flavor which deve'ops is desired. seeded. This benefits the cover than among the negroes. steel from a brake drum that tackle will be available at the of the harvest season of tht:

and beef cattle industries. "There Loquat pie. If made from fruit crop as well as the trees Thenon These facts and at burst fatally injured Glover Luc pier. ed States Sugar corporiti,
more a
are better opportunities than for- that is not fully ripe, can scarce- the plots growing vetch he future date, are being presented to I as 16, here recently. H. G. Lucas -I cording to .la\. Moran Viet

merly for making a !good living ly be distinguished from the renowned broadcasts 340 pounds of ammo- show conditions as they exist, so 1, uncle of the youth said the' U. OF F. OPENS dent and general nag!'

from cattle." he said. article made from cherries nium sulphate during'July; in the that later a concerted effort can drum burst while a log skldder Gainesville More than 3,000 the season should lie in fun

Although recognizing that thereis plots where no winter cover has bo., made to remedy many of the was being used in an attempt to students will invade this state's by November i rhisj b

still a large element of chancein Try the following recipes if you grown he applies 170 pounds of I situations that make our state pull an old steam boiler from a university campus next week and weeks earlier than last ,

agricultural pursuits. Doctor are fortunate enough to possess ammonium sulphate in March and rate so low as a healthy place to creek. another college year will get und- opening d.in., Throp, th

Mohler believes that this element fruiting loquat trees at this time. 170 pounds of sodium nitrate in ,I live at present In many respects, -- .. er wny. Largest single group Is said to be m xcellent i
Is sometimes over emphasized. In the event you do not, make July. I Mrs. Hickok said.FRACTIONAL among the students will be the tlon with I ih<' 'mtr imi

Diligent rear'arch and Is systematic plantings of this highly desirable "Such a program for the man- ?, afl --.fr --T_ L 1J-L Tarpon Springs, Application freshmen-a group of approximately large.
application he explained. have fruit tree. agement of pecan soils and rejuvi- ri'RREXCY has been made to the War Department 1,000 youths' who have -- tTypeWrttt'I'

already done much to reduce risks ; (''mine Loquats nation of neglected orchards Is One of the little-known ideas by H. D. Kline. managerof never attended classes here be- "DOM, ij

and losses from diseases and' Pick from the tree when well economically sound and easy and now being promoted in congressis clair the Southeastern Co. district, Sin- fore. It Is expected to be the I paper, se mil' wettt
Refining for
other causes Familiar examples colored. Remove stem skin and profitable to follow," he said in a proposal for fractional cur a largest group of first year students machine papet Lt Bradford

in the veterinary field, are such conclusion. rency. That Is, for permit to construct T-shaped to ever enroll at the University ty Telegraph
blossom end and seed if desired. paper moneyof wharf and two three-pile dolphinsin
achievements as eradicating bovine .
50-cent and ,
Give 2 to 4 minutes to 25-cent denomina-
pre-cook the Anclote River
tuberculosis controlling hog at its prop-
Nl.S: % FEDERAL t.mEUc'r tions.It BUS SCHEDCU
light or medium syrup, dependingon erty north of the Anclote .
cholera, and otherwise safeguarding TO BECOME: : LAW IN 1910 River North Bound
domestic animals. acidity of the fruit which varies seems worth more study than across fiom Athens Street. The NEW ItlOS ASKED Leave Starke i'45
with varieties. Pack in jars many bills Introduced. Anyone wharf will be 8 feet Jacksonville,-The a. ap.
wide extend- State Boardof
Thus science he asserted, has The new Federal Seed Act, m., 1:50: pm 4pa,
process quarts 20 minutes. who has ever had to sit down and ing into the river Control assembled
distance here
a 35 last
provided the means for adding signed August 9, 1039 becomes write a p. m., 10:15: p mSoutti .
favorable forces and reducing the Loquat Sauce effective In 1940. The Agricul- a check for 50 cents to paya feet, terminating at Its outlet end week to receive bids for contract Bound

number and effect of unfavorableones. I Prepare loquats by removing tural Marketing Service of the bill tried by mail anyone who has In a balance shape T-head 10 feet management of state owned Leave Stark i:20 a. a

As other elements beneficial blossom ends, stems and seeds. U. S. Department of Agriculture ever n nlrtlrlA_. ... l..... n to'alto".send. two- *...dimes.J-.J *_ _and__.1 I wide! and 50 feet long.. The wharf _Radio.n' _Station. WRUF at Gaines a. m.. 2:20: p m e:2OD.a:
'" VL nu .u "
to the South, he mentioned Run through food chopper using has been charged with its admini for I"'Y I win DC constructed ot timber piles, YUle. tine Doard! recently rejected West Bound to Tal

improved types of livestock better medium blade. Measure. Add 1-2 stration. Dates and places of mail a article catalogue in or some knows such by- elevation to be 8 feet above low bids for outright lease of the station Leave Starke 11:35: p. a j
stamps, that '
pastures and systems of man- cup of water to 4 cups of loquats. hearings to be held for consldera- there water. and re-advertised for bids on Starke 12:35: p. m.
might be some point to the the i
agement, Increased use of artificial Cook until tender adding more ing regulations under the new Act idea.It. contract-management basis. For free pick-up service I

refrigeration, and the estab- water if needed. When tender will be announced as soon as pos TO ADVERTISE CITRUS The station in the past has been in city limits) phone Lat'jj

lishment of numerous market out add 1 cup sugar. Cook S minutes. sible. I Is not new. The United Lakeland,--Tying In with the operated on state funds but an way, agent.

lets for meat and dairy products. Pour in hot jars and seal. Process The new law, which will -I States has had such fractional Florida Citrus Commissions nationwide appropriation for its operationthis

The prospects, he stated In conclusion immediately for 5 minutes the Federal Seed Act supersede of currency in the past, and many I I I I advertising campaign year and next was vetoed by

are definitely toward dim- (pint jars). 1912 (amended 1916 and 1926), foreign countries have it now. I Florida's canned citrus will be Governor Fred P. Cone I THE5E JnSM

inishing risks and increasing stability Loquat Prcncr\es will control the quality of all Imported Such a proposal might be worth I!! given special promotion sales by .

for the live stock industryof study next season if there proved I I 153,000, members of the Independent -,
Wash wipe off down (peach- agricultural seeds and veg- OYSTERS COMING: IN 1Oi
the South.EXPERIMENTAL. like fuzz), remove stem and blossom table seeds, and restrict the Importation to be a popular demand and no j'' Food Distributors Council Apalachicola, The wheels of ;

end and remove seed with exception of screenings and seeds valid objection to the proposal.I''I and 37,000 members of the Na- Florida's half-million oyster Industry ,

: HEN: FED of a few to be left in for containing noxious weed seeds. Tallahassee Democrat. This tional Association of Food Chains. began to move with the &i tiff-fill: ;
promotion will
SHARK LIVER OIL LAYS giving an almond flavor If The interstate of extend thru-
desired provision the law opening of the new season September ,''c I
FOUR EGGS IN ONK: DAY A PERFECT: CII.IN ought the summer. A preliminary
Cover with the will '
required amount of require complete and correct drive 1. Close to $200,000 worthof
Shark liver oil Is so potent lathe water, bring to a boll, and boil labeling of seeds in interstate In Tallahassee last week Irving was conducted from June oysters will be

ration of laying hens that a gently from 5 to 10 minutes or commerce. It further will restrict Morse picked up an amusing letter 22 to 29, paving the way for a Apalachicola waters produced by
alone according
White Leghorn In the Florida Experiment until skin is somewhat tender. Add the movement of noxious weed purported to have been written campaign which has lasted more to an estimate made -
Station flock by a Florida abstractor than eight months and which citrus by R. L.
receiving sugar and cook until syrup Is seeds In Interstate commerce on to an attorney Dowling, state supervisor of
leaders con-
thickened and fruit transparent the basis of the requirements of client who had had no experience credit with disposing servation. Owners
I check of here estimated
i an Immense
Pour in hot, aterllzed containers, the States Into which the seed Is with the Spanish land amount of Florida that about a thousand &?

I1t1I-! MALARIA seal and process pints 5 minutes. shipped. False advertising in Interstate I grants of this state nor with the fruit. will/ be employed on the boats persons in JACKSbW.LLE

_, J In T da"a and r.Ue.eaJ.l4Iuld. The skin may be removed In commerce Is prohibited. i lineal descent of Florida property the shucking LEADING HOTEJC
rooms and in
titles and METER
TaII.eta COLDS making preserves if preferred. Effective date of the law's the chain phases of the
s.... provisions Predicting industry. A higher
carried further back. The abstractor's crops Isn't entirely .Vrf"to""**'
No. I>rop* mrtnptantm tint da" as to imported seed and a human type of oyster and an increase in .
Try "Kub-My-TIsm" a Wonderful this oil recently laid four eggs In as to agricultural seeds In inter- alleged reply follows: government guessing is game. The production Is expected from the c-r"
Liniment Dear Sir-Our doing a large SUMMER J3 ._ .
one day One of the eggs was state commerce Is February 5, abstract shows amoung of 750,000 acres in natural oyster

perfectly normal, two had mem' 1940. The effective date as to the title from the United Statesto The device estimating resembles by machine.a bars In the local bay area due to COMFORT ,0.es. el i iiboww.

braneous shells, and one had no provisions involving; vegetable the present time. The Unit- row of automobile long the increased surveillance of the radio,and VeallaD btakW?
OUR MILK shell at all. Not content with seeds in Interstate commerce is ed States derived title from with 12 conservation department and the with innsr'plnO mafliMlamp. 51
push buttons
that feat, the same hen laid a 3 August 9, 1940.Practically France by Purchase; France received each underneath, cooperation of oyster tongers. Hunnlnjlef WOMH""
keyed to
I 1-2 ounce egg, around 50 percent all seed now shipped it from Spain by right of classification. It's a called certain crop Clean ventilated shucking rooms, POPUIOtCOCKTAIL PRICED
above the average size, the in conquest; Spain claimed title by a crop sterilization of LOUNGE,
very interstate commerce and meter. And It attaches all equipment and
I < anced the operating
The record Is attested to by State seed laws. Federal the of Mr. Columbus through the regular car speedometer of all persons handling oysters -
t ; King of
Clyde Driggers, Instructor In seed officials point out will meet his Spain got mechanism. protects the health of all OthwjLll.IfaHl lied' D.i,.
poultry husbandry. The shark the requirements of Federal re authority from the Pope at Reporters of the United consumers of Florida oysters. I P.u.-Ch.tt5'u'-
Rome the States
Seldom Equalled liver old test Is being run under quirements of the Federal seed ; Pope got his authority Department of Agriculture -
the direction of L. L. Act. by being a descendant In have
assistant been
succession of St. gadget for six or
Never Surpassed In animal nutrition with -. Peter; St. seven years. FUNERAL DIRECTORMy

the Experiment Station who has VALUE OF TIMBER Peter got his authority from crops on thriving Calculations planted of Many Years Experience: Makes It Feasible for Me l 10 '
Christ land
conducted research showing the SHOULD BE KNOWN from ;God Christ got his authority checked against actual yield have, EFFICIENT PROMPT and COURTEOUS SERVK
and God
remarkable potencjof shark liver PRIOR TO ANY SALE made it. been, on the
PETERSON'SDAIRY That is far back whole, fairly MODERATE PRICES
as ac
as I can
oil. This oil is the basis of an industry curate.
trace a record-Clermont Press. Employment of the crop DeWITT C. JONES
I recently established In Selling the stand of timber or meter Is likely to I
grow. Starke Florida
Florida. the trees on any area for a lump .un". ., n.................. n ...._ I -
'-- -.a :tj..wjo ILVi"OIU..i.I:
often is
sum like selling a herd
I of cattle without Portland, Oregon A high -'-------- .
counting them o
INSURE WITH says L. T. Nieland farm foresterfor school bay made a flying tackleon ) : : _

; JOHNS & WAINWRIGHT the Florida Agricultural Extension a busy downtown street and I

Service. captured an escaped convict.. Bob S-,

: FIRE LIFE AUTO LIABILITY BONDSPhone Disposing of standing timber or Brazeau, 16, tackled Ilulen Pres __.) I ,_ ,
Icy alias
.Tom Clark after the (1 l
13 STARKE FLORIDA stumpage without knowing the latter had eluded two patrolmenand
number of board feet or cords of
weathered a volley of shot .
wood that can be cut or the price A A
r The boy held on despite the arm- 1 I
per thousand board feet
per ed
I BOREE FUNERAL HOME cord is about the same as selling brains man's out."threat to "blow your _

farm animals without knowing the
; Pull line of Casket A Undertaker Suppllee
numter or the price per pound
AMBULANCE SERVICE Mr. Nieland the number of units of other
says. pro-

I 134-DAY AND PhONE NIGHT-134 He passes -on to farmers from ducts Studies being made sold. by the I Travel by Florida Motor Lfo
O. n. BKNNETT, Mgr the Forest Service of the U. S.
I "A HOME-LIKE INSTITUTION' Department of Agriculture a number takes Service also have shown that It C For a smooth cool and njoyW '

I of recommendations to ownersof nearly twice as long to cut C .' travel In a Florida Motor Unw Zepb
, timber land farm a cord of wood from 6-inch treesas low stay '"
or woodlandswho new. thrifty fare you can ,
have timber from 12-inch trees and it requires __ _
or with Go
pulpwood for five money you save. onJjL
as 5-inch
flTERIS sale.The sticks, or three times as many 7- whim another liberal ..toP'C"rallfI1I

first suggestion Is that the Inch sticks as It does 12-inch _ anywhere enroute atatioM k
timber owner get a reliable esti- ol ,,55g
t, sUcks to make one standard cord. _.7*- the heart
mate on the cords of pulpwood. or When 5-inch C and theaters.
trees are cut it
of peles or posts, or six times as
many to
r ZENITH and MOTOROLA RADIOSSTERN'S I the board feet of saw timber thatIs make a cord of wood as it does 5.d _ _
being sold. County agents can with 9-inch trees. NEW
" help obtain this Ier.1ce.A r* .1 S__
Culling out the poorer trees _
second recommendation Is from 5 to 10 inches In diameter : ( Conway.s serviceJ
that the seller find out the value L
[helps the better
trees CoiWS1
GARAGE of wood products to grow __ _) Lat'y
being sold. The
[faster, but cutting the smaller- _
STARKE FLORIDA sale Is likely to be made blind sized better trees reduces the yieldof _
fold unless estimates are made of the 0
,, says Mr. N -
number of cords of wood or land. I o

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CHRISTLLYI : Gene Nohl. world's record regular weekly meeting of
nshtt"ot Frank. Robinson Rev. Chas H. Allen Rev. Fred Yerku 3r. .
I E! I Rev. Pastor Pastor Rector'Rrv R. V. at John holding deep sea diver hit the Troop No. 70 Boy Scouts of r j
.etor I : B. K. Perryman, Sunday School Supt. "Jackpot" on his first dive to the America was held on last Friday '
amen Sup Organist. MI811 Ella 3. Sasea Sunday School Supt -::: ; 1
:111- :
T 8ehooj, I of Church School! Mrw. E. M. Davis Organist Mre. Ira Wllllnn wreckage of the SS Tarpon, off evening with Eagle Scout Frank .\

1 I Church School Church School Supt.bins.. James CarIlele Sunday:: School the coast of Panama City, sunk Robinson, III, assistant scoutmaster :
u 10 clock t
Q Serv Ice I Morning I 10 A.Worship M. Roy Mathews Services Wor..hlp Service two years ago. but In the opera- in charge of the meeting in < T S

1 )I Church School Sunday School Every 8rd SwadayT the absence of the Scoutmaster i;
Service. 11 A. M. 10 A. M. tion came near permanent die- Y
o'oloCk.... 'f
raining I 'WorshipPervlce 10 A. M. 11 m. 'II'v'
aI Evening; Sundays ability thru the 'bends,' most the Rev. Frank Robinson. : ,
1:00: p 80: V. M. Morning Worship -- 11 A. 1\1. 8:00 o'clock pr m. ; "
gervtca Young: Pecn' >l..'. 11 A. M. Frldll.Ys __ 8:00: P. M. Prayer Meeting dreaded danger faced by deep sea He was assisted In conductingthe ',
p, 1f. Meetings Chi 7'00 Holy Wednesday Night t :;.
League Sigma Pin. Dan U A M. divers.
lo.t 1 -- 8:00: o'clock meeting by Scout Enos Hayes, "
) npM. 7:00 P. M.ep1eL :' {. { "f
aR f.00 Prayer MeetingWednesday. The story was revealed when Senior Patrol Leader and Scout > :
T:30 P.M: 't'f"
Cnova : 1\DSSION ILdLL Nohl and his fellow salvagers pulled Michael Dew Junior Assistant
use GOSPEL TAB 111.11111; OF CllltI'T : ,
F. H.
plrector Mrs Long Senior Patrol Leader. a 1 k .?, ,
into port at Panama City after \ "
OrganistMrs ,
a. powell Sponsor: poneored:: by Harry Pickup, vaIexihi $ "
airman' Jeannette D. Mr and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Pastor bringing to the surface the one A large percentage of the memo i, .i- : .

of IClekliter poacone Klncald. Choir Director 3. T. Quigley J. T. Qullrle" Bible Study a p. m. ton safe of the Tarpon and sev- bership of the Troop was present .t '% ___j ,. ,,, ..

airman B. K. Ferryman Bible Study each each Evangelllltio Friday Service Sermon and The eral cases of assorted beer and and much Interest In the plans for i > :x' ''. ;
Mae andSunLords Supper l D. m. 'J
.f. powu Trustees Assistant Organist Tuesday evening,8:00: day evening 8:00: ftvry SundayLTTT liquor which formed part of the the fall months were evidenced ((1 ;. > '

cargo. by the Scouts attending The I ;1
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Reaching the wreck late on meeting was opened with the

METHODIST MISSION HALL ANDT.UtERNACLR August 25, Nohl, enthused over pledge of Allegiance to the Flag, rt f

CHURCH NOTESThe finding the wreckage within half and the Scout oath and laws be-

an hour after reaching the ap- ing repeated. After the annouce- I IiL 4
The studies in the Book of
proximate location, pulled on his ments were made the Scouts separated I

Itnis On HereHereafter large congregation: as- Ephesians were continued Tues- diving suit and went down, although to their patrol rooms under

sembling In the First Methodist day night at the Mission Hall.\ All he was weary from two the direction of Patrol leaders I. :t

Church, the Rev. Frank Robinsonp were happy at the return of the days and nights at sea standing for the conducting of the work of ,

being written August :'. tor, for worship on last Sun gposors who had an enjoyable the patrols.
U I wheel watch, and knew he was
day morning were led In the vacation, visiting the
read In the morn serv- summer ,
jve JUST' foolish for going down without a Upon reasftemDilng the announcement '
be- ice by the pastor administeringthe camp of George F. (Pop) Tibblts
the was made that in
rn aboui Sacrament of the Lord's Supper and other points of interest on the rest.He '
and Germany. stayed down two hours order not to conflict with school' I
Russia This service was made more Eastern Seaboard. The children I ,: pw rr H r ;
far longer than was safe even for activities that beginning on Tuesday -
things are taking place In effective by the choral responsesand quoted many' Scriptures thereby I c \ :
Setpember 5, that until furth ,
a man not weary--clearing ,7I' ,
world Many Bible by the singing of the anthem, manifesting their Interest in the I away I stews i g i' 'e e ,
dem the safe and Investigating cargo r notice the regular weekly M + i st
directed in a most Bible studies Visitors from
believe that In the close man- I then returned to give his partner, meeing of the Troop would be
ner by Mrs. Jeanette Kincaid. Lawtey were present.
then will be a great Maurice Gay, a shot at the wreck. held on Tuesday evening begin. k IJ
age Miss Jane Smith served The Portion of studi- w J
againon Ephesians rpea
possibly a combina- He took an hour to reach the fling at 7:15 and closing promptlyat ,
:nintry this ocassion as Guest Organistand ed was 5:2l: 69.: Herein are con- surface, decompressing at three 8:45: o'clock. The leaders of

Germany and Russia, one rendered three selections in tained the six for the
principles 'stages, but even with that twenty the Scout troop are anxious to ..
i having wallowed up a most beautiful way; one of establishing and maintaining a minutes after he reached the deckan cooperate with the school authorities ) "W ';,

and a federated Roman which was her own composition.Miss happy home. The responsibilityof attack of "bends" struck him. in every way possible and it 'm_ _'_'__ m... ..__. _mn... ._..n....__........._..._ n. ..s t

about the Mediterranean Smith Is from Orlando, a each member for the conditionof was felt that this would
the same ter- Knowing renewed pressure was all change 1 j lX.AND.MINGLE dresses ere the delight of the school girl'sheart. ;,1
practically student majoring In music at the family life are clearly laid be beneficial to all
concerned. For
that could save him the crew vJ These two-piece, spun rayon dresiea-each with skirt and I I
,s the ancient Roman Em- Stetson University, and the out. The basic principle la that dragged on the suit again, turnedon the benefit of the parents it is emphasized ihirt can bs worn to match or to contrast. Two dresses will make i

IVe are going places" In daughter of Judge and Mrs. Frank each member of the home shall bea the air and literally "threw" that the meetings will several costumes Good Housekeeping for September suggests one dun J

'. The scenes of nations Smith. child of God. Homes that are him overboard, lowering his un- be planned to start promptly at of green blue plaid and one of solid green for quick changes in costume

fling! and prophecies are The evening service was attended not Christian cannot hope to havea concious form to a 30-foot depth, 7:15: and will close promptly at ''J''

.ulfilled daily before our permanent peace and happiness. where consciousness returned and 8:45: : enabling the boys to attend Canova Building Paint Sewillglooms

[God if on the throne. He gatlon. Another principle Is that each he began feeling better. Again they the weekly meeting and also not Work was begun Tuesday on an The walls of two Starke WPA 1,

tf rule over down.all. Dlcta-Warsd ed chiefly of congregational sing- member shall be willing to sacri- took an hour in getting him out be out late in the evening. The attractive, seven-room, one story sewing rooms received a coat of 'i

up mil go ing and organ selections. Mrs. fice his personal rights when' nec- of the water, but no sooner had program of Scouting has a placeof
movements bungalow for Mr. and Mrs. Paul ivory paint this week, antI the y
Human I
The for
d ( essary. great struggle!; vital importance in the life of
P. H. Long presided at the con- he touched deck when another at-
In like the tide of the sea ; existence manifests Itself in the the boys of our community and in K. Canova, Jr., at the corner of woodwork.. about the doors and i
sole in her usual effective and efficient tack doubled him up, and once l
out the same way. God style, playing both for the 'attempt of individuals strivingfor more he was tossed overboard to order for this program to be carded Washington Avenue and Lake windows was painted buff Dewey .:
and Williams received the contractfor
ame oUiiy yesterday hymns and rendering the special the ascendancy over others. dangle on the end of his life line, on effectively it I is essential Street, opposite the 11. A. Bishop .i.
the work from R. A, Green,
'He will not always The
organ selections. The pastor de- Scripture says, "submitting this time at a twenty-foot depth.He that we have the cooperation of residence. The lots were recently The old
hold back owner of the building.
either will yourselves one to another in the the home. Therefore that
we urge
livered a short sermon on the subject stayed under water until 11
11. purchased from F. Scott calcimine was washed off the
forever Some fear of God. George
who will
Pt Any person every scout be encouraged/; by his
of "Living Witnesses. I p. m. gradually easing up the
t down human rebeJl10n.j I Services on next morn- set a home in an uproar becauseof surface, and when it was found parents, to attend every Scout The building |Is under the superintendence wallIS before the paint was intel'I applied :,
Sunday and the lightened
'j everything will their selfish demands which are that he was able to stay out of"pressure" meeting that is held. of K, M. Richards and
will be conducted the )
Christ our Lord. Chris- Ing by pastor lor offers less strain to the sew-
always gratified at the expenseof Permanent banners were awarded
after being hauled C. O. Campbell la the contractorIn
assisted by the Choir leadingthe it i
ing room employes was
in eyes
have persecutions
ay some other member of the to Wolf Patrol Life Scout
the Arno into
aboard pulled Pan- .
congregational singing and charge. The home will probably said. '
liked age They may haveer family is sowing the seeds of discord Leonard Smith patrol leader, hav-
and Max
ama City was to
with Mrs. K. K. Ferryman at the be completed In nix weeks,
world of sin. Butns
in a that bring a harvest of un- ing earned for three competitive
the where further
hospital meas-
The service will Mr. Richards stated
always have safety. organ. evening happiness.Most months the banners in "Attendance" DO YOU KNOWthat
likewise be conducted by the pastor ures were taken to clear the nitro-
of His "
ei care own. of the divorces caused and "Church Attendance
are gen from his blood.
travel bloody A cordial invitation is ex- Troop having reached a new high Wintersmlth's 70yearoldTonic
ay have to by this spirit of selfishness and A monthly summitry for the
tended to to come and Sunday the Arno pulled out Is used not only in Americabut
land sail bloody seas, but everyone lack of Christian month of August shows that there during the month of August, as
ave mansion not made worship with us at any and all understanding. again, and by that night the safe '' exhibited by the fact that the also in 21 foreign countries
a 'were 27
boys duly registered as
of the ten commandments
only one -
well We believe
and of 01 you'll
of services. a quantity liquor was agree
nds eternal in the heavens. our largest number of boys during the
members of the Troop and of this
that has attachedto
a promise I that record speaks louder than all
aboard. Just how much the safe
Other activities of the week of the received ad-
number 13 boys had a perfect attendance history Troop
the words
it Is the fifth. Therefore it Is in the book. If you
held the would not
eone said, "The only word I were the meeting of the Womans necessary that children be obedi- salvagers re- for the month and 6 had vancement in rank as well as In need a General Tonic-or U you

convince me the Bible Is Society of Christian Service circle ent to their parents in all things.No veal until they had a chance to missed only one meeting each dur the number of merit badges Is. suffer from Malaria-TRY WIN-

lord of God is the word meetings held on Tuesday afterL nation survive talk It over with their attorneysand I ing the month; dues were welljmiu sued. TEKSM IT U'S. That's all we ask.
___...... can long a
the Insurance which
company __ ___ .._ _
meetnoon u "
The the the regular u
attention la called to
miracle 01: ages ; mummy wave of "Youth Rebellion." up, ju uuya having paid nil Special

preservation of the Jew. Ing of the Board of Stewards of When every member of the paid the claim on the ship. But dues In full for the entire Scout the fact that on und. after Sep- WINTERSMITH'STGHJC

fieffort has been made to ex- which W. P. Smith Is Chairman family is in Christ then there can- the concensus of opinion throughout year- (which ends In October at tember ft that the Troop meetingwill

ate him but he has never on Wednesday evening followingthe I not help but be a happy relation Florida ban always been thatIt which time the Troop will be registered be held on Tuesday.. evening ::
held to make the salvage
iterminated. He cannot be prayer meeting service.THEKESSA I ship. There should be In every i operation enough well worth while-, ) ; and the Interest of the I'at 7:15: to 8:45: o'clock, I,

mated God chose the
Christian home a family altar to Interestone
hat them He mighte though hardly enough
where all can gather around the
of the firms.
idea of one God to the By Mrs. ,\. L. Sullixan Bible and seek the help of God major salvage I II

{that He might have in them In all of the problems that con- The cargo of the Tarpon aloneIs

fitory for His truth, and Mr. and Mrs. Thornton Johnsof front them dally. well worth salvaging. Amongthe

rough them He might send Hampton were visiting rela- TIIEltN.CLEI main Items are a large cargoof

fcn as n Savior. The Jewt liquor and about 2,000 cases of
tives here Sunday. I I Services are held regularly at
better than else beer, a quantity of galvanizedpipe
anybody the Tabernacle Friday an dSun-
Mr. M. Z. Sullivan of Miami I
God chose him. The Bible rope, oxygen cylinders, ships
the week-end here with his day nights. All are Invited to attend -
spent anchors, flour, and other items of
i that He chooses the weak
brother, A. L. and C. Sullivan. any of these services when
] to( confound the mighty. general cargo./; Most of the cargoIs I
Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Moore and they have opportunity. It Is to
kho is infinite in His intel- in good condition, Nohl reports -,
little sons, Ciiailes and Larry, be hoped that all who belong to
fc., and for some reason, the
has had and still has a the Tabernacle Friday and Sun- I I
of Mr. Moore's '
[ this world. The Jews were guests top layer of the flour cargo is only
for I Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Moore attending their own services.11AMPTON M
tiered all over the earth. about half spoiled.

|peak every language and I Sunday. The safe and its contents including 1d' ( .' ,

every dialect. God prom- Mrs. J. A. Mllleken and children a sizeable payroll are '' _

hem Palestine. They will Sylvia and Glenn left Thurs- By Mlis Ada Nimmo thought to be the prize, along : .' \

Ily get it According to day for their home in Ocala after with a quantity of jewels placed >.; <., ...... "'i J ,,7Jt'W"'m't '..i
with relatives Rev. Dunner of Jacksonville : .
'r'I' ; .
,cy they will be persecutedthey ft visit of several days there for safekeeping. I < "

[ get back home. Then here. I filled the pulpit at the Baptist The Tarpon was a twin screw

day the Messiah will come Rev. Warren of Hampton I church last Sunday morning and oil burning steamer owned by the
evening for the pastor, Rev. C. R. GENUINE WORLD-FAMOUS
f liver them. The writer hasor preached at the Baptist Church Penracola and St. Andrews and
Robinson who Is engaged in revival )
Gulf Thoughtin r
Steamship Company.
who was a Jew and who Sunday afternoon.Mr.
services at Water Town this full view of shore when she I
jinj|; to the writer's underng and Mrs. O. L. DuBose and

,of the Word of God. will children Bobby, Betty and Fred week. sank September 2, 1937 no one !
Mrs. Jean Powden and daughter down and It wasn't'!'
saw her go ,
Jewish Messiah when He Woodward of
Mrs. G.
Jeanette. who have been visiting -
Baker, reached
again It to and Adley an oiler -
i Is wonderful Vero Beach visited relatives
Mrs. Powdens sister, at Miami
shore after 25 hours swimming -
|thai while with the .TIHES
one day Monday.Mr.
friends here
left last Sunday for Birmingham that It was known the ship I '
J1 as a thousand years and Henry Hardpe was In Lake Alabama where they will make wrecked. I ..tt.

wand years Is one day, God visiting his mother. wan
,, Butler Sunday '
Jot forget, to keep His word Mrs. W. W. Packham has returned their home in the future. of The Tarpon's Captain R.: D. j 1
of Waldo 0'l'
Rev. > pastor
Soper Barrow, the mate. L. E. Danforth,
when He starts down the It I t I home after a visit of sev-
t the Methodist' Church here and eighteen of the crew went
Redemption He completes eral with relatives in Jacksonville : :
urn* Some days preach here next Sunday evening. down with her Nohl reportedthat I
y day the throb- Adams Dicks left
!head of Starke Mrs. Mary at least one of the bodies
this restless world Mrs. R. C. Dampier of
this week for Belleville Republic still lay on the cabin deck and
pillowed the bosom here Friday. I
Lord upon visited her parents visitor 'County Kansas, where she will more may be found close at hand.
and the white-winged Miss Ruth Zeigler was a weeks with friends _
I spend a More than a thousand red t
Offer of peace will fly over to Starke Friday. I_ AS '
and relatives. and other beautiful flub
|clime. We may now be en- Mrs. S. H. Dodd and Freddie Rev. C. A. Warren will fill his snapper!
I all about within
swimming LOW
the 90
i deep darkness that pre- of Heights attended ,
Dodd Keystone appointment at the Baptist i
the regular the ship and the engineer quar- 1
dawn of the afternoon.C.
glorious Sunday I
church morn- GIVES AS
His Church tens have been taken over by 12 OT1RE
reign. and son, Felix attended -
Sullivan The three Tyre
and evening.
Ing sea turtles, ranging up to 48 Inches -
the Rodeo at Kingsley sisters will render special musicat in diameter. One of these
I CARD ,4/I5
OF THANKS Lake Monday. both the morning and evening ; :$
I wish to thank our many I Mr. and Mrs. John Forsythe services.Mr. Nohl holds took a speculative nib- t aii 6.00-16 .. ,
| ble at one of his lead-weighted e e
and in
,tul relatives for the were transacting business and Mrs. Frederick Guy shoes while he was exploring the il.sks WITH YOUR OLD TIRECONWAY'S I
offerings and ex- Starke Thursday.FLA.STATE. were the guests of Mrs. Guy quarters 41

ns of sympathy during the .-- parents. Rev. and Mrs. James T. te. e'eee '

Illness and death of our FARM sM.wt ed

[and aunt. Miss Knza: \Veuter Guy.Arthur Wilson of Alachua but Ritz Zeon Sign \! '2' (_AI'. .111. alight!,, hither) I
By far the most brilliant of the
Mrs Amanda Sllcox, By
formerly of Hampton is the guestof ptIAtlMtfl
Mrs. Muriel Norman, Elmer Mayberryand Mrs. Maynard and son, W H. many Zeon or Neon lighted signs ) t .
:Mrs Rachel Denmark. Dr. and Mrs. I in town is the new Zeon sign Installed ,, ,,,

daughter/; a few Shirley days, of with Miami Mr. I Jones.M.. .L. Watterson and son Fred- lout week by the Ritz The, ie 1y.2.'see- MZ": 1'It1CK; HI'LF: PRICE I jJ '

are spending atre on the Theatre building's .
l -- ---
ASLEY & GAY and Mrs. B. C. Prince. Smith and rick, were transacting Saturday.Mrs. business. In front marguee The sign extends .L'5' # ,1.7-19.; $6.11 .1.50.21. $6.'l3s ;
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Jacksonville sides of the
around three margueeand
Service I and Paul were dinner Ira Brown has returnedto 1.10-21 ;;.60 .1.50-20
Station two sons Jay decorative bars as well aa> lettel's -, $ \ $6.00
and Mrs. Ray her home in Gainesville aftera S
guests of Mr. stand out at night in brU-j e-.t 9700.1E
Roberts Monday. I visit with her mother. Mrs. Eva lIant Z-on of several colors. They' 6.50-16. $10.NO
Polishing, Mrs. D. Dallar of Cairo Georgia I Birt. space under the marquee and In .
reasinlt-8tandard Is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. her home Sunday after a weeks' front of the box office Is lighted I

Kite. and daughter visit with friends of Chattahoochee to daylight Intensity by long Zeon I I SERVICE STATION
Products Mr" J. T. Putman Ala- Florida. bars running the entire length of "

Peggy of Birmingham. Mrs. Mrs. F. Chapman and son, the marquee. I I t1

bama were the guests of returned to their --- -.--- FLA.
Creasing have STARKE
[ Jobs are done during the past i r:

the best grease money Bryan Whitfield ; home here after visiting points I I County File folders Telegraph.at the Bradford I I, .

buy. week.Mrs.. Felton Mill returned to 'la Tennessee. b'


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'! I ry. sassafras': chinquapin sweet DRIVERS BUYING

M; Bradford County Telegraph THE POCKETBOOK 'gum SHRUBS and black--- gum.French mulberry LICENSESState MANASSA.ST WIN !

Established 1877 Cherokee bean elder, sparkle- <

______ of KMOWXEBCEHI berry, Virginia willow, strawberry, of Florida drivers' licenses AIina \1IU', ,,,'SI,
I i Published Weekly on Fridays and Entered as Second Class TpPSiuSA bear grass poHsom haw pawpaw, went on sale In the officeof stump Th,,",n, 'nu ml
E. K. '1
Judge Perryman
County ,
:Matter at the Post Office at Starke, Florida wild azalea pokeberry lead tree, here carried off 'I,,? III n.R kit
in the courthouse Tuesday. the
non ,
medals. ,
fetter bush button bush sea ?
--- 'no
\ -- --- -- -
-- -
r 11r : f I I313 13 myrtle, tallow wood St. Johns Septemberand the first day 97 doubles touinamen.*'orneu' :
ME.N\.BER g I licenses were applied for and issued by de!
wa. till,
Florida gooseberry
: ;, poThts-- t wort to Bradford County automo- R-ff'atSi fli
: \ q
1' V >RIMPRbSSASSOClA11ON \ tAM f313 : rosemary, gopher apple waxmyrtle until Scores
*- bile drivers. Up noon yes- to3a.ndlo "
. and dwarf wax myrtle. ? H
I J--V V) **"* Of terday 200 drivers' licenses and team won t the fll''J\8 the ,!
jOtWZ4 2 HH- bullace or (
ot .. WNIOnIAbIDWIC Vines-Blackberry 5 chauffeurs licenses bad been Issued was rst t"o
E. L. Matthews ______,_______ ____ _______Editor and Owner $ 1M. u.1-A. u BC HT1fOL wild grape, Virginia creeper fiddle representing an income of On the defeated ', Play' -
t -- .- -- ..oCOAO H : AT THS RAn OF ftfc !lARRtLS leaved brier, evergreen smil- $105. Regular licenses cost 50 Bishop, !lMm *|
-- -- --- -- -- -- -- !
-------- *rWMILt whose brnitanTJ!
A KRCOH ACM VfAR8M1B1.iD ax and yellow pessamine.
: ," $ MC cents each while chaffeurs licenses the H
SUBSCRIPTION RATE >- IItO_ THAU nw rut singles won )!
Gold Head Branch etate park cost $1. tier
; ,, "'" ma stcoo Singles the
Yearly, $1.50; Six Months, 75c-Payable in Advance IMN1INIS C.fNTR'i! which serves Bradford and ad- The sale of licenses was considered ens tournament championship In !hI

joining counties Is |ut orff of although -I
Advertising Rates on Application brisk by Judge Perryman I To reach
n hI'
flna( ,
; three nationally beautiful areas ( the
"PR. the law does not require team defeatpfi IT''
;: ARt made available to the public by I EVelYn
them to be In possession of drivers -I Lorraine Stlllt
't During the absence of the editor, this column will 200 the Florida Forest and Park Service until October 1. It was Smith eT: 3 310&
O explained 6 to 4 &
be devoted to editorials from other newspapers.SO BoNES ) 6w--. which also is developing seven that the novelty of, the / semi-finals Wednesday Augun j
,.p4. Th.IUMAM additional links in the state park rhe
_____ pfr license and curiosity to see one berg team .lef-atec.. H
) D pQOcTlO$3, chain. attracted many early purchasers. Johns
SPOIl J and
: WHAT 1 ( THAT THt S.Ai Lllllan
80TTL1 "MAiN' Other links opened prior to Approximately 1,500: license o and 6 to 2 Stembe'1'
It is longer and the first sharp pain and shock WOULD 1'Qesay!!
no news, I y WACMINB April when Gold Head Branch sold annually in this -\urut'
tags are
: 11. ''s passed into a dull ache, to taste that Germany is at warv .c liCir: ) IT C"'rEO' state park was formally dedicated county and It has been determinedthat .

,,. $ th England, Poland and Franch. However, simply becausev I _ I TMMKAMOSOf "' '''_d. are Highlands Hammock state an average of two persons Florida st\\
) park, at Sebring, the first, and Marinelanu nt\W\\
n 4 MV mom Men drive each automobile or other
are removed from the scene of battle some three thous-
oeuvex oomioUtK Hlllaborough River state park between licensed vehicle thus it Is estl- outstanding trac.ion9,, .!

: i I miles, does not by any means imply that we shall not J ) .- rum THAU 70r4LI Tampa and Zephyrhills, the TnntoH that. _. around 3.OOO drivers' I cally picture III ,??. .,,.?,,_'*
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.! the effects of this war in our daily living. In fact al- I '(I" AVm8E ;;;: second. The acreage in each follow licenses should be sold, and the sue ofLUV magazine.

dy some of the effects of war have been felt-an unstable I BLowERS OLASS8ppoQE : Gold Head Branch 1080; Judge has this number on hand. nationallyIrrulated. magBZ1r

... Highlands Hammock, 1250 with So far to votes four pages, II''
.,, no one falling qualifyto plCIU'el!
i speculative rise of the stock market deep rumblings rillS ing
M an additional 1500 acre for deve- the specifications stated in the examples .'f 'he 200 ,

_ ry mild as yet) in the hearts of people against Germany, io'SI&A.W44"N lopment of the Florida' Botanical I application has applied for a license of fish inhabiting the 'OIf: ,

_ t bitter anguish of some American families at the loss off I Garden and Arboretum, which ad- here. urns under conditIons Hat ai'.'!
it Hlll imate the
joins ; borough River. 720. sea
ved ones at the sinking of the Athenia and a growing fatal- \ I, I The seven state parks under Wiith each license the purchaser "scientists us It ana M 81411

_ 1 i.ic attitude that sooner or later we too shall be engaged in .:) development are: Florida Caverns, : Is given a pamplet containing the tube in which t t.., "'onduci gilD:
of the Drivers'License 0
> Important parts
r 623 about mile north of tions and
acres, a
ti pond
is 1 war. WHO Otti Law as passed by the
ThE STEEL INDUSTrW, 1fffiJ Marlanna; Fort Clinch 980 acres. {I where else In 'ht wont
: President Roosevelt stated in his Sunday evening ad- VO ffft CtHT AH6 DVCVWC.'A __..;:: on Amelia Island near 1939 Legislature this Spring. .
Fernan-I '
____ dress to the Nation and the ,world, that he pledged himself, --------- -.- ,- : I dma;. Myakka River, V .. fl SW T ___.. _.___- h. -

and the administration to do everything humanly possible to in Saranota and Manatee counties; j LUCKY in p-at.t LiflUllClrJI rainted
/ good will so In evidence here, The Staike
Russell Pan American, 300 acres, near C. F. Rig-don foreman with the Dr\ ""eanen: ,
7 i turn war away from our people. Because we live in a land KayTOO with nations standing shoulder to Fort Lauderdale; Suwanneee 1 State Road Department, sustain- Laundry thit week pant, ij

of freedom of and of the of shoulder presenting all that Is 1 ed minor front of theli / andl
liberty privilege governing our I River 1621 acres In Suwannee only injuries Tuesday building

'c 1 Nation it becomes our greatest duty at this time to throw good and worthwhile, should on county;. Torreya 520 acres, in I afternoon of last week about 3 painted the wmi and celllrl
LATE the other side of the water be the ,
Liberty county; Volusla Hammock II o'clock when he fell down a 60- front half ot ihe :nten.
the weight of our influence as individuals into the struggle massed -at each others' borders, I the establishment
TO CLASSIFY 525 acres in Volusia coun- foot embankment of the Southern The enC'
,, : to maintain our present state of peace. This we can most bayonet In hand and hatred in ty. Railroad overpass on road 48 this 'I teriorand th*' ,"I"rlV'. cellm,

s I New York-It was my privilege their hearts. side of Heights. I'I'I 'I painted whit me' 'he U'J'
do Keystone
effectively by observing come very simple We can : Land for the park chain being:
to stand in
Times last walls
Square la that received!
And the pitiful thing a "'oa of
; ,- live peace, we can talk peace, we can work towards peace, I Saturday night as part of a surging these folks we term "foreigners"because i forged to provide recreation and Rigdon and his crew had removed -: Dewey Williams .na> m i CJ
the wire fence and
4 and we can stress the fact that we do not HAVE to enter jostling mob that had gathered they live in a different | enjoyment for Floridians and supports of the workRevival,
______ i visitors, is obtained chiefly thru from posts preparatory to
't9 to get last minute war news. land different I -- -- ..
this war unless the people of our Nation so Jesire. We are speak a language I donation, and is bought only whennecessary widening the road shoulder. He -
Running ribbons of light on three and different I
__________ naturally going to be flooded with a sea of propaganda which Bides of the Times building told are still practice very much like customs us and. tracts cannot be secur- was leaning against one of the At HampM
I .
ed through donation. posts a few feet north of the actual servIce will bfglj j
will certainly have its bearing ultimate decision. We the tragic Individual
on our I story. let very much like each other. Theyare
I. when it day night at 8lock ]
The Florida Board of overpass bridge gave at
i-1 are going to be pressed by those who are desirous that we ters, formed at one' corner of the all human beings: friendly, which governs the Florida Forestry Forest", : away. The surprised man fell Hampton Christian Church; i

_I should enter the 'war. We are going to feel the sting of fast building moving took animated their places sign on the to kind, courteous. ,: peaceful and industrious. and Park Service, is composed of about 15 feet, landing on his bead Rev. S. V St lohn of Slj

__ I lashing tongues masterfully employed by those anxious that form each word. the following: Stanley S. Shelp, and shoulders and then tumbled conducting the mcelir.gs
Yet under the leadership of a president; A. C. McArthur vice down the steep Incline 45: feet revival wilt I continue Ibro

1 we enter the conflict. But even these things will not neces- Every nationality, I believe, was 'little group of selfish, willful men. 'president; Mrs. Linwood Jeffreys, further. His Injuries kept film the week at the same time{

sarily fling us into the midst of a useless a cruel and bloody represented In the throng that the great masses of these nationscan secretary; W. C. Ray and Joe confined to his home until Tues- night. The publIc is cortUll|

I war. I repeat, that because we are a self governing body of lined Irish the sidewalks: Poles, Jews, be poisoned with hate and Foley. Harry Lee Baker is state I I I day,. when he .returned towork.. vi ted to attend these. sen
jr Germans Lithuanians ItalIans -
driven Into mass murder and ultl- -- -S
; : _______ people) that the ultimate decision as to whether we enter this I Englishmen, Americans from mate national ruin just through'lack 'j r forester and park executive and no Domes: were DroJcen.. -- -
4.Quigleys A Dull
head of the forest and Monday
park servIce -
I war or not will depend upon the American people as a the middle-west Yankees from of plain tolerance and ordinary ,
and H .J. Mal berger is. dt-'j ReturnMr. Starke resembled the

_________ I Nation.What New perhaps England a genuine, Southerners.New Yorker and human understanding. rector of the forests and parks'1 and Mrs. J, T. Quigley returned Village Monday afternoon, 1
God that this time America '
is the Church going to do about this? We are go- (although the average resident of branch. this week from a month's' Day. All stores were clottdj
will her head and, In the
: Already ideally for: left the hd
equipped vacation. visited nearly everyone |
They Speculator -
:: ing to for certainly we going to continue to the great city Is seldom found in words of to it
pray peace, ; are the crowds that mill around Times our President. see picnickers, bathers, fishermen and N. Y.,, in the Adirondack streets to attend the

talk and teach peace, naturally; and we are going to hold Square this paatlme being left that "There" isyno" 'black-out' of nature lovers, the following improvements Mountains where they were guests I KIngsley Lake the skeel i sIte

fast to the faith that we have in God that He will work with largely to the yokels. made up of Peace. are contemplated at of Mr. and Mrs. Geo. F. Tibbitts, to find relief at a bathing t

;? his people ; and we are going to hold fast to the ideals that u floating population of a million 4 Gold Head Branch state park: an.I at Camp-Of-The-Wooda.. Mr. and ___MW- -.. -
I additional picnic area and playground Mrs. Quigley ,were accompaniedto LaborJay Rodeo I
I or more from anywhere and every- FUN AND REST I
'I beat in the breast of every loyal American Citizen that this site along Gold Head .
N. Y. and WIL.bun attended
- where). A ';' I'T -fc TiT' A rxV ___ __ .. .. by Mr. Mrs. Over 2,000, persona !
:______ Nation is founded on the principles of liberty and justice for I It was rather a gay crowd, a /- 1 VJUJLiLS L1L1-t JJ I oruncn, HIIU a waning pool lor I I Scott of Orlando who were also Labor Day Rodeo MoadijlRingsley

L every individual, and that throughout the history of our Na- curious rather than alarmed The management of Gold Head | youngsters in the cool waters of guests of Mr. and Mrs. Tib-,' Lake presented by|
branch. The playground bitts. Later Mr. and Mrs. Scott Boree Brothers ot Iickj00i|
: tion we have stood firm upon, and for, these ideals. group. Now and then arguments Branch state park, located near| equipment will\ consist of sand I I visited friends in Philadelphia en- i Dan Boree manager said '
would break out. usually In broken I I
this week
I Europe Js'in the beginning of a bloody war. So what? English, Polish, Italian or German stressed Keystone the Heights advantages the park '!I piles slides, see-saws and merry- I I route home, while Mr. and Mrs. !I day. While this attendance |

America is not yet involved and America will not be involved as passions of the Individuals offers persons in search or rest, go-rounds.Reconstruction of !' Quigley who had a longer vaca- |, mitted the sponsors to',|
I tlon, visited relatives in Scltuate, I break even" ti wa1not Des|
unless we, the common people, allow propaganda to destroy were from stirred the bulletin by the board.news flashed But- recreation and fun. Sunday picnickers which was operated on the branch | :Mass.. friends In Greenville, Term., ;' Urge as the ITourth i>(July I'

our faith in God ; wipe out our reason ; and lear down the controversies were not heated organization outings, 1! In the late 80's also is under con- and points of interest in Kentuckyand I that attracted over 4,000.

; the ideals which this nation I parties meetings and rallys and struction. By water power from Georgia. They report a delightful _-- B. -
upon was founded. This Nation and the crowd waa generally well all others will find a welcome and
i the stream which flows We. i
? was conceived and has grown upon the basis that the inalienable behaved and keenly interested. I adequate space and facilities here. I'I the 70-foot ravine In the through park, vacation.e> kind Rubber, at the stamps Bradford any Count)

right of every citizen is faith in God ; and that of "life I I Everywhere was color anti I, It was opened by the state park I cotton was ginned corn ground Miss lieulah EdwardsMiss egraph.
gaiety. night spots billllantly" Illuminated service in April and since that
and timber
liberty, and the pursuit of happiness." God grant that we beckoned from a dozen time has been visited by thousands I the gin made sawed.by John Sections S. of Baulah Edwards! 7U. diedat

,, may keep it so. -Rev. Frank Robinson. directions. Those concerned with of persons, including many I ton and Company, of Llvlngs-// her home here Friday of last Notice IH. herel.jr M,TKR gtVPft twhom ,-

the news occupied the outer edgeof from this section, who have been week after a lenghty Illness. Fun- "Hnrerl'' ttai I
-0-- Springs, may be seen at .. ... .._ .....__ _._ ..,_.. _it may. |
J 1MLORTANCEOF1IUS1NESS! the sidewalks while a constant high In their praise of the recreational site. -.r..1.-. ..-. ..''- ..".., .k.c,.I,1O..J... ........--" ; ;; u ""' ,01.. In.-AfcftttrZountyJudge .! wit!''' "ffi WIIB

stream. of people moved In a lane facilities which include Progress is afternoon at 3 o'clock from the 6th day ot ktp' ,"" P

; t Please clip this piece, put it in a frame under glass, and close: to the buildings. Streets two picnic shelters and many construction of being 14 made cabins in to the be I Baptist Church. with Rev.. A. E. ply ford to County.saM ("linn Fir 111\mdc'''.'r<
hang it where you can read it every day. It is one of George were Jammed with honking taxis, table and bench combinations rented to the public. They will Lightfoot and Rev. H. M.\ Ttllman i charge all jtte, lItl I"
buses and pleasure cars. under trees four officiating. Pallbearers were: ;J. of Henry J. JIn'II
fireplaces for
Matthew Adam's "Talks" and is too good to be quoted in I I not be completed for several ThiN the 6th hn.
Newsboys worked their way cooking at the main shelter and I months, however. I F. Klckliter L. G. Powell. A. ;J. 1939.
part. He is stating truths that should be hammered into through the crowd with "Extras" I many charcoal pots. Charcoal Is !I + Thomas, I': 1\1\[. Barefoot, A. O. Thoma.I .Es, Is

l. the understanding of all the people. He is talking to you. II reading "Hitler Says War or My I provided free. Parties may en- I iAndreu and Charley Carl ton. and
j "To be in business is to be in the fluid of life,'* he writes. Peace." From the bits of general : joy dancing by taking small I WORKERS I the Baptist choir sang several appropriate HfR'I
conversation I could gather It was radios and plugging them in' the NEED LICENSE I I selections. 1Oi'I.F 1)1' T.
"Behind successful business is the for all j nx.wf' 'TI.O"
'I' inspiration art, evident that sympathy was decidedly -: electric outlets in the shelters. I Surviving Miss Ecrrarcl are I' Teacher ..xn .11

science, literature and good works in this life. I with Poland and against Germany For bathers there Is a large I The state road department last I three sisters Mrs. A. S. Crosbyand held In the Tim,,,>"r''l,I.s ,n. 0vua.

"Business keeps 'the home fires burning,' establishes i and over and over again I modern bathhouse with free I week notified all truck. drivers Mrs. W. 0.. Silcox of Starke, Coiirthou.e Saturday Pjl"!, ".,', ,

I heard the expression "I hope we checkroom service, a wide, sandy I I employed by the department that 1 and Mrs. H. :J. Dunkley of ;Jacksonville and nrd EMamm 1 ', k
i our schools hospitals libraries, laboratories churches great ; of it." I I ,. 8 to (run '
stay out beach diving boards and floats. they must secure chauffeurs' drivIng -]j and many netces and can til are ask' ,I p"I'?"
manufacturing plants, our world commerce, and runs our I Earlier In the day I visited a all of which are Illuminated for:I licenses under the provisions |II j nephews. with legit I "-ni; "

number of the great foreign exhibits night bathing : of the new Florida.. Drivers' License j I + Ink. Sr
government-strange as the latter may seem to many! by floodlights along -
at the World's "Fair. Exhibit ;
"Business: has made the Rockefeller Foundation a blessing that told of the charm and the rides shore.or fishingmay Boats for be rented pleasure at Enforcement officials Bald that I H'i/ts Scholarship

: to the world ; and its Institute for research for knowledge !- beauty the industrial and agricultural small C08t.Orowlng. any person who. drives a motor Jewett C. Fogg of Graham 'was :\0'1'11., :
named yesterday as recipient ofa Notice t... hi>ri''i r
: toward the betterment of health and mankind, is be- development and advantages alongthe nature trail vehicle for hire is required to havea Sears. Roebuck and Jones has tiled' ,r
offered by the various nations chauffeur's Company of >'
,: -j yond all calculation as to the good it is doing ,to make this represented. Displays from In the 70-foot: ravine which: Is the will Include sit driving truck license. This! scholarship at the University of JnnrM executrix d..-.ai e
vorld better in which human Great Biltian park' feature attraction are I drivers, delivery -I I Flortda. R. C. Beaty, Dean of 11th day ot Oi-toh F. i K pfrrjdOrtlflrate .
a place beings may become Italy, Turkey, Russia boys bus and cab drivers, to the H"nor*hl. rdC0'4FlorliSS
nearly 100 species of trees. shrubs Students said the r
: I 1. .ppier and less fearful. other, France lands., Poland and many and vines not Including annuals. ; wholesale dry and retail delivery men, ;,' would pay $90 per year.scholarship He reported County,Judge for appr''.1; .j',al' JI-DI"' ,I rr

"11; is business that is furnishing the money whereby At these buildings I had been I And these have been Identifiedand drivers cleaning, drivers and laundry truck : that a very large number report and ot for the wIll,' ,I I' r Jfesprulrlx '
of '
.'-11III111 are being wiped 1 out and the clean air of the sun let !greeted In a friendly and a courteous tagged to make: the trail trip : commercial hauling produce trucks, and and''ot i' applications were made for the This 8th Ethe'Ial' II I Ifl 1.pl.fi'E.,4....1&ir
more Interesting
I iii. It is business that is running the railroads and making manner. Lads with a distinctive I all drivers engaged In slmlliar occupations j' three scholarship. Jewett was one of
Ilritlah accent were happy Seven species of holly, seven of alternates selected for the -
tl a automobiles through which millions are able to enjoy lifeL1 to show me about and chic French oak: five of bay and eight of fern compensation In which for : they receive!I honor and he will study In the 'IIrtTIP'FOil

see the wonders of this world. It is business that is girl sold me cigarette and call are in the ravine. The hollies are vehicles of any description.driving motor I College of Agriculture after completing !\10TH': 0.'r' ",'!'!...,..,...

less ed me ""monsieur" the American Carolina, yaupon. the unlverslty'i General 11111, S". 11I.111'it
keeping alive the fortunate and enabling them to look ; dark-eyed Chauffeurs' licenses cost one dtol- 'cclr Hrlti.:1: ;: !
Italians Florida or dahoon myrtle leaf i j I College. Jewett graduated from NOTlCPl l 1101
proudly the '
me lar.
: ahead with better hope. It is business that is the revenue received Lu1'SC 5i4
assuring to O.
:raftman"hlp of the Italian work'r. and the large and small gall- from sale of all drivers' B. H. S. f fait: Spring. That. A. Nu

millions the opportunity to develop and enlarge their sphere The situation in Europe grave berry. In the oak group are the will be used to defray the licensee i'.I ..... of AuKUKt A "f'.ppliraU..n i tIC5,

L- of usefulness. It is business and business alone that can a* It was. had seemingly had no live laurel. water myrtle-leaved, of the new state road patrol expense I I Births .same In my(<>l "

: 1 wipe out unemployment and give to each worker his share of died on the exhibits of these land twin live, sand black jack: and up- ated by the 1039 Legislature ere- ,I Mr. and Mrs. Ott H. Hodge, Hued Hald 1 thereon..,..rut...'i '
European nations at the Fair. willow. The bays Includethe Starke girl. ., ''
i: August 26. lowing d Krr
i the fruits of industry."Stagnate Here, gathered in one area of: red bull or great magnolia I New Mr. and Mrs. Zenous Williams, County of ,Bni
County Nurse Ida. to-wlt
business and you stagnate life! And you' stag the great Exposition were representatives -i loblolly. tweet and swamp red. Mrs. Mabel G. Lewis Brooker, girl August 18. Wli of NW

.'; nate and clog government as well. Business Is the life-blood of almost every Euro- In the palm group are the I was hired jointly by of both Lawtey the Mr. and Mrs. Odel Green, Section 1 It blast: 2 i'nt"or Tnwr.
Penn nation aU of them friendly needle. cabbage and Starke.
on saw palmetto girl. August 18. IKK.The .
;. of a nation. Throttle business and you throttle government. terms, each engaged In presenting and the pines Include the longleaf I County Commissioners and the 1 1i Mr and Mrs. Henry Tomllrmon.Starke. *.!....'-' I

: I "To be a business man is something! Something to to the world the Interesting loblolly stash spruce and i School meetings Board In the In the respective-'. boy. August 22. .rty. wan un>*"'In thtied th- I.."

make pride swell in the human breast. To own a business is itory of their respective countries. I I, sand.Other as courthouse Monday Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Vickery, .rte. jaId '
county nurse, tnleee
an achievement. It is an achievement to inspire others, to 11ou ands of visitors swarmed plant life found In the Mrs. Clinnla Hlckok. The succeeding Leesburg, boy August 23. r.dfr.m.*dproperty ". i*
salary1beginning tI
hrough the different halls all in ravine Include: I Mr. and Mrs. di-
George W. >
those who to achieve. October 1 will be Hill. Hold to the\ hi''
achieve-especially help
you nore less
or a holiday mood. AU Trees Santa Fe Lake. d'
Flowering dogwood, boy August 26. court house
business and all activities of life .vas gaiety and color. The per month, J34 to be paid by the Mr. nwh'h i
-------1 "Depress: are depressed. war cherry laurel. persimmon prickly CommlseIoneand and Mrs. Robert Earl day In the
$36 I t. thIU' -
Encourage it and you warm all human hearts and give color :Deemed very far away.It ash. wild olive buck thorn. stagger the choo| board. Mrs. paid Hlckok by Chambers, Lake City 'girl, Au- "- 5 5%
struck me as tragic Indeed bush witch wild gust 29, i>"r. and beauty to the most ordinary pursuit."-Melbourne Times. hazel. plum. was retained for (he, month 3915. 1"
hat the friendship. harmony and li'. southern.\ hickory, w4|] bn.I I September, Mr, alt Mrs. Dennis Thornton, i i ( SPA". "" ,'
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"U'tttQt\ I Clerk of
County, boy, '
August_ 19. |,I i County Flur J.

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