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 15, 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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Holding Location: University of Florida
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blished 1817 "-; we should quietly hear both/ aides "- Goethe E. L. Matthews, Editor and Owner




TAL - 466 VOTERS TO CUT RUN Select New Site

CREASED I'' TURN OUT FOR Seeking to close its agencies at

Lake Butler and White Springs, For PostofficeCOMPROMISE
and asking permission! to changeits

schedule of runs the Georgia

S YEARs CITY ELECTION! Southern and Florida Railroad -

.r I will appear before the Railroad
Latest Location To
I'l" Commission[ in a special session

1939-190 Budget ;' Alvarez, Beasley lot i that body In Lake City :Monday OUT OCTOBER 1 Cost $2,300

Totals $130- And Edwards I September 25. LessA

8 I The hearing will begin In the The city council once more an-
J02.PJ : Win
county courthouse) in Lake City at nounced its Intention not to ex- complete and unexpected

taxes this I 10 o'clock A. M., and a delegationfrom tend the deadline for delinquent change in the probable location of
[ ad valJicra year \, unexpectedly large numberof Bradford County is expectedto taxpayers to take advantage of
Coun- voters, 463, turned out the site of Starke'a proposed new
Bradford to cast
tn be present and the
reduced protest the
9 peti- city's generous) offer of a 75
of a raise in the' state ballots In the city election held tion of the railroad. I percent discount on unpaid city $70,000 postofflce was made
i spite p' .<' )o",:' I here Tuesday, electing a mayor, known here this week. The
raises in two of the The change In schedule> desiredby taxes for 1936 and all prior years,
and '' pI ,. clerk, marshal!, and two council-
at the regular meeting Tuesday location recommended by the ,
bonded sub-school dis-1--- -- men. A total of 706 the G., S and F. will cut the ,
yI I persons were
night of last week This
1 enough decreases have been 1j j I Above are pictured the cement blocks upon which foundations of I qualified.The number of runs made by the one I that until October 1 for 25 means centson Joint Committee on Public Build-
the new refrigerating unit addition train now operating on the Val- ings in Washington. D. C., la,
j In other levies[ to afford all to the farmers' market have been most interesting race was the dollar, tax bills two years ,
[ of the county substantial Iad-as[ it appeared Tuesday moining Today the massive founda- I that for the position of city mar- dosta-to-Palatka line in half. At i old or older may be settled with roughly, the northwest corner of t.

I tlon beams and the upright Jousts: are in evidence, proving that work t IIha!. A L. Alvarez retaining present the mixed train (passenger the city the block containing the present
those enjoying
I. Even la going forward under the supervision of H. C. Maxwell and his this office against the efforts of I coaches and freight cars) The aldermen approved current: postofflce[ where the home of I
Lead will bene-
exemptions crew of 20 men. makes the run from Valdosta to
I his opponent, P. Smith Denmark,
bills for payment and disposed[ of
\lowered taxes due to a de- I Work on the $20,000 cooler Is expected to be completed within I' by a vote of 362 against[ only 91. Paint ka every morning except regular business matters. Mrs. Anna A. Frazee now stands. '

.. in the county's bond In- ( three months. In the background is the eastern end of the market The only upset In the present ( Sunday and returns! in the after- The site has a 105 foot frontageon '

fund millage I plattorm, to which the new secions are joined[ and in the foreground I city officialdom[ occurred In the noon. The company seeks to run Walnut Street opposite the
[ and sinking[ | the smooth stretch of the new roadway recently constructed around I council races with three candidates -I the mixed train to I'atatka Monday BRYAN DREW Magnolia Hotel, and a 130 foot

lesteadt are subject, of the market may be seen. The project is a Joint one between the sys- I O. L. Beasley, W M. Edwards : I return to Valdosta on Tuesday DIES MONDAYJennings frontage on Jefferson Street,

Je, to levies for bonded in-I; tern of state farm markets and the W. P. A The picture Is by James) and W L. Wall, the latter make the run to Palatka across from! the Methodist Church

.Iness, .' I Lewis, the Telegraph's staff photographer. two encumbents, each seeking one !Wednesday, and return Thursday, [ Bryan Drew, 20, died and will\ cost the government $IS-

-t itate assessment has risen I of the two seats to be filled. and following the same procedure Monday afternoon in the Alnchun 800, a Having of $2,300 over the
mills Friday and Saturday. Couty Gainesville the $8,100 total asked by the several
three and five-eighths Beasley and Edwards were elected Hospital, aa
iartofoui, and seven-eighths[ COTTON GIN WIRE' BOUGHTTO with 274 and 255 votes each respectively result of a ruptured appendix persona owning various parcels of y?

Jthlfl year, an increase of one while Wall, a veteran j 1 DANCE TONIGHTi Drew was first stricken[ the proceeding property on the site first chosen I '

Ine-quartei mills. This levy i council member and, ex-chairman[ [ Thursday while on duty as for the new building[ at the corner -

filled up as follows: OPERATESHEREJODAY FENCE I''of that body, lost by receiving the i AT LEGION HALL Manager of the Ice plant at the of Cull and Court Streets.

1 Fur, : Mills Levy: low vote, 234, All the council i Carl Roberts and his orchestra, 1<'101'1111State Farm where he WAS The newly recommended site In- i, ,
I for 8 yours an employe He lived cludes all of the old J. W. Alvarez
ischoo- Fund( 1Jtock CEMETERY races, however, were close, there#, of Lake City, are playing for the
() Sanitary Board 1-2 being only 40 votes difference be- i, dance tonight at the Legion at the State Farm. estate property which occupiesthe
Health 1-2 tween high and low men Funeral services were held coiner, extending 105 feet east lon
| Eoara I j I Hall sponsored by the local Jones-
Tuesday afternoon from the Luke Jefferson and 105 feet south ?
i Fund Mayor W E. Middleton, unopposed Langford-White Post of theAmeilcan
j I Duller Baptist Church, with Rev on Walnut Street. The corner ..h
Books 34on Matheny Again In Donations Climb To j'
Text! received 341 "votes of con-[ Legion. Dancing will
L. A Shepherd, of the section ((62 1.2 feet fronting on t'
| Funo 1 3-4 Charge of Cooperative $117.00 In Past fidence" and Clerk Carl Johns, begin at 9:30: o'clock and last until -
'' prison colony, officiating. Inter- Walnut Street and 105 feet deep)
succeeding himself without opposition 1:30: A M.
47-8 Two Weeks ment followed in Dekle Cemeteryat belongs to Mrs. Anna A, Frazee,
[tal received 342.
the func- -- I I The dance Is being given to Lake Butler, Pallbearers were and the lot fronting 42 1-2 feet on
e levy for general I The cotton gin here will clear Anticipating a rise In the priceof The election was held from 81 benefit the Legion Hall Community associates of the deceased, and Walnut Street and 105 feet deep p'

jg| of the county and departments first seeds from the long staplesof wire, Carl Johns, chairman of|o'clock A. M. until 8 P. M. in the ,, Center. Chair remain to be Masons were honorary pallbearers, adjoining directly on the ffmtth,

icreased one three-quar-32 Sea Island today, it was announced (he Crosby Lake Cemetery Com-I hallway of the municipal[ [ paid for and other improvementsare and also had charge of servicesat and forming the other part of theJ.
to mills
iulnat Ills year by T. K. McClane, Coun- mittee, several weeks ago pur- Inspectors were J, L. 'bUildng'l wanted. The floor of the hallIs the grave. Other honorary W. Alvarez estate is now owned

30 and one quarter ty Agent and Secretary of the chased the amount of fence wire I Scott, and A. A, mirror smooth and Is large pallbearers were L. F. Chapman, by J. .&1. Alvarez. The remaining ,
last This Is due to
[ year. Bradford [ As- estimated to refence I weather all day was good, and enough to accommodate everyone. I Jefferson it
in valuation with i t Cooperative Ginning necessary J. G. Godwin P. D. Francher (all 25 feet of property on
( a
ease 'social Ion, owners of the gin. M Crosby Lake Cemetery. This was i after the closing of the polls a The building contains many windows state farm officials) and CharleyE. 'Street will bit sold to the Govern'd
rtlonate smaller collection I'P. of the considered fortunate for since I crowd of about 100 waa constantly and will be air conditionedwith the
caused much Matheny, manager plant Johns, of Starke. Dewitt C. ment by Carl Rltch present
III In taxes
I ) by
Ion the books clear-| since it first ginned sea island the price of the wire has increase-present I as the Inspectors counted large fans, W. H. Graham, Jones Funeral Home had chargeof owner, and this strip of land la ,
tax being > and tabulated the votes and this manager said.
j 1939 taxes as permitted und- cotton three years ago, will again ed considerably with even higher arrangements 105 feet deep. l it

s Murphy Act. The levy for be in charge of operations, and has advances in prospect.The i' waa completed and returns an- Even those who do not dance Survivors include the widow of The amounts to be paid for the V' '
readiness. wire for this week ,flounced by 8:30: o'clock Only will find pleasure In listening to Freda
unty's ordinary expenses is everything In was paid : the deceased man, Mrs properties are $1,000 to J. M Al-
with funds from the donations 13 absentee ballots were cast the satin smooth rhythms of Carl Drew his mother Mrs Della .
In the following; manner: Matheny arrived Wednesday ; vitrel, $4.200 to Mrs. Anna W tt.Frsaee
1 For- lUW. I I from Limona, and ec alt machinery made the committee by'persona 1 The elected officials begin theirI Roberts, his trumpet and his orchestra Drew of Jacksonville; five sisters (this[ lot contains a house)

I Levy so function properly yester- interested in seeing Crosby Cemetery I terms of office October 1. Clerk i This dispenser of sauve Jessie[ Louise, Loin and Joyce and $000 to Carl Ritch, makingthe $ t
i Fund 8
) day. Farmers are urged to bring refenced and .cleaned. Costof Johns and Marshal Alvarez will I "sweet swing" was formerly the Drew and Mrs: Hazel Rogers, all total of 5800.: '
al School Fund 10
the wire was $76.08. As soonas serve for a two year term, until featured trumpeter with Blue of Jacksonville; and two brothers,
their cotton as noon as It Is dry.
The government changed the
\\k'" Forfeiture 3 October 1 19U, in accordance 'Steel and his orchestra, of the
some more collections have one James and Herbert Drew, both of
'I Pension I Dry, clean cotton will grade better location of the site, It Is believed,
1-2 than cotton while it is been made, the committee will be I I with the act amending the city's leading swing outfits of the day, I Jacksonville
Mural due to the fact that the original
1-2 I ready to further proceed with the I'charter passed by the Legislature and made many recordings for Drew was born November 17,
j damp or has particles of trash '' location cost than the
[ [
Bridge: Maintenance 10 I gov-
i iI 'present I with the lint, It was pointed work of fencing and cleaning[ the: last Spring. Councilmen nerve Victor Records 1912, at Barrlnou Park, Florida, ernment cared to The Fed-

I 32 out, and the better the grade! cemetery. I I I two years also, and the only offices Script Is $1, and ladles are ad- and was the son of the late John eral Works Agency pay.an a general r
the the Bradford The collection of funds in the ,, to be filled next September mitted free. The public Is cordi- H. Drew add Mrs. Della Drew. lie
'i higher price. rule limits the cost of a site of a
(the above table the General|I cotton growers are asked to use past two weeks has amounted to I| will be those of three councilmen ally invited[ to come out and j was a member of the Baptist project to 10 percent or less of
[assessment Is one mill highs -: total of '1 and that of
(I the Starke gin which Is coopera- $20, and makes a $147; mayor. dance. Church and Masonic Lodge, the for art,.
i last year a half mill raise donated towards the project so'I .. n __ __ appropriation same
farmers in
owned the
Bne and Forfeiture l'und" aft :,, the tively county. by far, or nearly half of the $300 esti- : B. H. S. FACULTY GUARDSMEN MOVE INTO NEW HOME ,An authorltlve source revealed
mill raise in the Agrtcul-1 mated to be necessary to properly i that final arrangements for the"
(Fund levy All of the others I There are 102 acres of cotton In do the work needed. I CHANGESTotal purchase of the property! and the
..," .:!
I Bradford this and the expected R
are the same as last year.county's year One of the persons who sent aj: commencing of work was being
yield Is 15 bales, most of I II enrollment at Bradford y
( Interest and Sink- I check for the fund wrote in the I Yr pushed forward aa rapidly aa possible
which, it Is hoped, will be ginned High School increased to 856 this 11'
nd levy fell from 15 mills I accompanying letter: "It is one of1 because of the possibility of
here in Starke. Fifteen to 20 week, a gain of seven ,over the I '
Congress ordering all unused -
fear to only 5 mills this year the sacred duties of the living to I appropriations
i it bales are expected to be brought; first day enrollment September 4,
log> a great decrease In the II IIt remember with respect and love to be turned back into -
M t of Interest the county hover' from Putnam County and another those who have preceeded us."!| E. L. Williams principal .said I t "d wa 'rFk the treasury as a result of the ti

its 15 bales are expected from Wednesday, j grave International situation. The
pay on road bonds. This One way of showing our respect
result of the refund engln-- : the Florida State Farm, bringing[ and love Is by helping to make !I Many changes have been made I President ban called a special session -

[last June by the Commls-[ |; the total number of bales to be beautiful their last resting place. i iI | In the school's faculty this year of Congress to meet September t '

a and 'lerk A. J. Thomas, in j ginned here to approximately 45. ,I During the past week the following j, and several teachers were assigned -[ r ,n rrt : 21.
i the secured an interest All ginning[ will be completed; contributions have been I I different grades. The follow-' n Recommendation of a site by the q,

t le cotton will be I ,,1w .f I i ia
ercen last year the Charles interest to the patrons bf the ) t Is
The previous rate!tI of Palatka, $10; parallel to acceptance
I ix percent' I I graded by the United States Department Darby, of Palatka $5.; Mrs. Ferol school and others. It lit said, and the Committee's

sub-school maintenance I of Agriculure Last I IMatheDY's Jones, $1; Mrs. Lenora Over- Principal, E L,. Williams. I selection was made September S,
the iame as last year, 10 year most supervision cotton ginned graded one street, $1; and Mrs S. F, Mor-, First grade Ruby Lilley, Leola In Washington.

[and as do all of the other received gan, $3.Mis" Roberts, Madge Middleton. I Much time has been lost due to
> described above, applies to and two, and the for manager the care used Amelia Ray. secretary, has I Second grade, Evelyn Flitch, .. .. ,... < litigation over the first site chosen.

perty In the high praise written many letters to persons | --- ... _U -..--. for the building. The United ,.
county except In handling and ginning the lint. Kitty Hogsed. I I M"""" """" "'=
lead" having Interest in the cemetery, State brought a condemnation suit
make a total levy of only All charges 'will be the same 80 bales this who no longer live here concernIIng [ Third grade, Ethel Biggs. Edna( Members of the Headquarters Company Second Pattallon, 121th against' Judge and Mrs E. K.

Dtlnueu on page eight year as last: when about the work to be done So far Prevatt. (c.Infantry of the Florida National Guard were busy thin week moving ferryman and the Starke Masonic

..-- were ginned, bringing farmers the response! has been splendid, ) Fourth grade, Madeline And-I 'equipment! and supplies from the old Armory above Slump's Store Lodge and trial was held last '

PTON around $8,350. Miss Ray reports, but time has I rews Luclle\ Edwards, Edna Hart'I'I to the new $27,000 Armory pictured above, which was completed July 24 In the United States Dis-

NAMESi been too short to hear from the Fifth grade, Willie\ Mae [ :September 1, The above scene la a front view, taken from road 13 trict Court, Southern District of ,

OFFICIALS Jail RepairedWork majority. ,)) Kate Shepard, Loraine Smith. 1 1 by staff photographer James Lewis. The new sidewalk Is visible Florida, in Ocala. These parties t Il

was begun Monday tear- Mrs. R. G, Kldd and Miss Sixth grade, Lucile K.nnedy.11) !ir the foreground. owned parts of the 105 by 120

roar 10 levy and collect Ing out what the termites had left Evelyn Stump are In charge of Eunice Searing. I Members of the Company are busy building shelve In the supply feet of land fronting on Call and r

nd' carry on other duties of of the floor and wood foundationsof soliciting donations locally, and Junior[ and Senior high school: I room to hold all the equipment and the date of dedication[ ceremonieswill Court Streets wanted by the Government t

|"rporated! town the Town I the county Jail's front porch. report a cooperative response from' Verna Demorest, Grace Wainwright be announced when this Is completed. and a mutual price

IIpton Tuesday held an New foundations and flooring those DO far contacted. Daisy Fisher Eva Anderson (Continued on page eight

ot city officials. 85 per- were laid and termite control J. If Atkinson, Ruby Mae NATIONAL GUARD Chief Thanks Voters .. .

Pd out to vote and M. L. measures taken, Tuesday and NEGRO FREEDIN Perkins J. W Whlttlmore Mrs, I THIEVES GET
1\ was elected Mayor over Wednesday. The back porch re- S. S. Dowling Alice Fernandez, i DISCUSSEDThe ". wish to thank all my supporters .

_Griffin by a vote of 51 to 'quired considerable attention also, KILLINGA Lester Sponholtz, Blanche Van- who were so loyal to me CAR AND MONEY .
nee Gnann Was chosen due termites, and the roof was history of Starke'a National -
to divlere Rosalind Williams
'( Evelyn In the city election last Tuesday. ,
f1by 41 votes over A. H.I,given minor repairs. The jail will coroners jury delivered a ver- : Guard unit was the subject of I Johnnie M. Rodgers. of Starke, ,
f Peg received votes, and now receive the balance of its d I c t of "justifiable homicide"I I''Stump. Thede. tn Interesting half-hour talk by I will put forth my every effort was relieved of between $50 and $t
wa24 afternoon freeing Henry Secretary, Cullcla to the confidence $75 In cash and his 1934. tudor
who given 15 paint the roof having received a Monday Elmo! R. Struth, Supply Sargeant justify so splendidly F
J. F 29 City negro, Public school music. Mable Wall, before the Ford sedan, unknown highwaymen -
Halt WM elected I coat of aluminum several weeks Wynn, Sampson of the local Company, shown In me by continuingto by
I lark shooting Buster Fisher, i Florence Brown. after- nine miles from Lake City on
and Tax Collector, I ago. The bad condition of the for fatally weary Club Wednesday serve aa best I can as City
4 and Treasurer) without porches held up the completionof 30, also of Sampson City, Sunday ioon. Struth, In his speech, explained Marshal," Chief of Police A. L. the Lake City-Live Oak road Fri %

L't5 receiving| 75 votes. T. 4 the painting until repairs were morning. The hearing waa held I I 13 Open For Good what the National Guard Alvarez said Tuesday night after day night about 9 o'clock. The '
*twin M Fields In City by Judge E. K. } between to Starke In military car was recovered Saturday by
v' M. Matchett, and I made this week. J. H. Sampson State highway number 13 -I means pro- results of the city election Tues-
were elected Council was foreman of the repair crew. Ferryman, Corner. j 1 Starke and Gainesville Is t ectlon and In financial aid, and day had been tabulated and an Columbia County law enforcement
ne The [ occurred at Wynn's ed the function and dutlea of official, and was found abandoned y
.. tc* being 81, and 76 f--- ---- killing ; I now: open for good. It was stated[tre nounced.
r cttvely, II. S. Journal I home while he was defending;II Sere this week. The road was't he Company.With -.- beside a small lake near Lake v

'Ing was In First B. will I Ioe himself against Fisher who had closed ]last week while asphalt[ [ the assistance of W. H. City. ij i4Rodgers
the city hill three of this Issue Townscnd Club
t On page I threatened Wynn'a life I to the raham, Struth an interest- to
Wynn! of the I and slag rock were applied gave wa returning Starke
If Griffin; A. C. Denison t found the first edition Journal for ----. --- I'I remaining rebuilt stretch between I| II rig demonstration of two-way There will be a meeting of the from Live Oak via Lake City, r

,J ctn! was as inspectors. Bradford High School Davla Isditorinchlef Births I''Waldo and the northern end of r ad to communication by havingwo Hampton Townsend Club at the where he had covered his[ route all

'. present as I the 1939-40 term. Gayle Jean[ Sewell Is Mr. and Mrs. John Barton Rye t the, cement paving extending from : t sending and receiving sets on School Auditorium there, on Fri. meat salesman for It local firm. ?

u .r first[ t editor-in-chief and and Miss :Starke, boy, September 1. I Gainesville. The highway from I and.)i day evening, September 22nd., at and when moving slowly after )'
II1Pton> time In many isolatant school newspaper Mr. and Mrs. Charley Fowler, I t the Bradford-Alachua line to the ,, During the Club meeting, Jos I 8:30: P M. Charlie John, representative -I I rounding a curve two unidentified ;
( has revived .Its II]Evelyn!: Stump Is the The I Brooker, girl. September 4. I ement road waa entirely rebuilt E!. Wilson distributed to members i from this county will address I I white men jumped on the running

''II ,lwWoin an active I I't sponsor this[ year. and Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Kelly, and several dangerous curves were booklets on "The Fundamentals those present Everybody I board of the car Rodgers was>
written I
't. a functioning gov-1i i 6-I t first arranged edition and is fill well the entire page. : I Starke, boy September 5. j' removed o f Rotary." Is cordially Invited to attend. I put out of his car on the ..pot.Rmsq ,


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';' PAGE TWO __i filed I Jenkins, defendant;: that on the 2nd /Rnu'h,: ,
hen I
villa )t AuKUiit" A. D. 1937! day of October, A D., 1939, within 40a. .

James Monday.Priest and Othma Sullivan :same application In my for"ffln.n a tax deed h.a"lmad.e the legal hour o'of'Ioele sale,In namely the forenoon be- Th. .at.' ,,
eleven < .
11 I_ f fjllIII.r I IJA.r \ in Starke Sunday afternoon I rued thereon. tween and two o'clock In the after- ed 'WII""lid"", I,, II'
were the following 'Ii ''I ,..'
I. the
r FASHION PREVIEW Said certificate emoraceH In the noon, on said day at East door Un'' ." '
I ..Bradford, of Flor- of the Courthouse In Htarke, Bradford redeeuI, ..'. .1 i v',
Miss Minnie Swindle of Jack- ,L'ounty of State County, Florida I shall offer Proper: ,v ,,I, .," 'It.."
Ida, lo-wlt: > for sale to the highest bidder, for aold to I..., a la".
---- >.m1 sonville visited her parents, Mr. WIia, oC NW'/4 lie NW1,4 of HW 4 cash In hand the above described court h..,"". 01.I., If'' .'Idpt
Mange .
here Sun- Section\ 2 Township 7 7 South. property as the property of A. O day III, rit. ,,,, '
f and Mrs. S. R. Swindle 19 East conlalnlnK 120 Acre, more Jenkins, to satisfy said Judgement,,, Which ,h ''h, _I.." 1 n.
'' lens. all fees and costs.A. 1939. 1 ,hh.
day.Mr. assessment of the said property O. ANDHEU. Sheriff of '"
PackhaM The Baird .
and Mrs. W. W. lau 1//"
i'' under the said certificate Bradford County, Florida 9-1 6t 9-ZS 1939,
and daughter, Miss Hazel were ", "d wan In the name of B. H. Roberts (Oo'FII'I\J) 1 _,I 11 I !c
visitors to Starke Saturday.Mr. .. certificate. shall beredeemed OIIDKH OF ITHI.ICATION: Clerk "f ,1"" Th
Unless ,
Z..le T
Florida to
of ,
1'b. ?
theproperty I to
visitorto to law .
Elbert Sibley was a denc-rlbed therein will be. ]t.Trl..l.. i IB.:
Starke Monday.Mr. highest. bidder at theiourt You are notified that Scale R N01'1('.: OF
Bold to has duly filed
plaintiff (
Myrick as \I'rl.1'ATIO'
J. A. Mllliken and door on the first Mon- 'I'.'
and Mrs. house 1939, her bill of complaint for divorce. .... 1I.n:
of October. ( .
month .h.'
children Sylvia and Glenn of whlchnlshthe October against you Zachie T. Myrick, defendant 'L 11111 '0'11
+. 2nd., day. of and l that affidavit for the That TIC i. !jJIlI'f'y: :} )Ie'
P Ocala visited. relatives here Sun 19:19.: Insuance of this order has been 1'al C Iaiyi A ''lardlnei; htlEti '
Dated. this 7th day of September In the Circuit Courtof ","' .
filed' all
> day. 1939. County Florida, In nddeamr' \ ''OJ \ aalyro:?
J. Thomas, I ,,, I
Mr. and Mrs. C. Sullivan were (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. of Bradford Chancery, case. No. 879 and you,,, III tit, j
visitors to Starke Saturday after- clerk of Florida Circuit Court 0-8 4t 929OT.'I. Zachie T Myrlck are hereby. required be Issued ",,,I',.', '" slat
fount, In said cause on
to appear embraces Id
.Jj 'h ,,
1939) A. D. Bradford I it. ,'
', October 2nd,
PI'ol'e"I III s
rI : ;. noon.Mrs. was a visitorto all County Telegraph Is designated aM 'It .lets
: H. D. May Notice In hereby given to .. ford toll a" "I 1,', tl. 01
for the publication
and Starke Saturday whom It concern that I ti vefiled the newspaper North Half ''I ill
Hampton may Final Account with the 'of thin. order once each week! for TI'll & ; ", Idrh
afternoon. my the four consecutive weeks. Wltnesn of Nji 1 ,)1;
and will upon 10 R. ot
County Judge II I. ,>
I HtarkcFlorida !
seal at
and official : "
4d'? Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Zeigler and Bth day of October.. AD. 1939. apply my hand South, Rang I'IU ran
,9' 'ti' 11 cl.f Judge of Brad- i this 28th day of August, A The a"-, ,,,
I to said County m' '"n
daughter, Mila Ruth, visited rela- l for Final Discharge D. 1939. ': laid
a' Florida, ,
ford County, add lId 'Ifj
; S. 1' Av tives in Waldo Sunday. an Executor of the Estate (OFFICIAL SEAL; ) A, :J. Thomaa waedin. rl,. ; Jt
: of Henry J..1. Markey' d"I..II"I.Thil' As. Clerk of said Circuit Court. ford. H I;;
--- the 6th day of September A. Knight & Knight Attorneys for Unless 'Ii,, ,III
P' k LEVELBy D. 1939. Plaintiff. 9-1 4t 9-2J redeemed. ",,. "fl at
PINE Thomaa W. Markey Executor Property d" ,,J A ta"
Aim. II. M. McIUe 9-8 4t 9-29 iTIIM c'tiifi'iT cornT 1:01: ANn Bold, tIJ 'rb' I Ifl,, Wtl.,
volt (111.4/FO1iltOl'YTY KI.OIlll court hoae., I
'/ ) \, 1\ <'Nttl:11v.NOTICE day In then III !Ira
(; Mr. and Mrs. Matthews of Orlando KOTICR OK 'I'.: U'IUU" I TO DEFENDANT which IH Ih '.,
were recent visitors of Mrs. .:'.\,'I.TIO"H BEltNICE MILLS, 1939. 0.
i'<; Teacher. examinations will beheld Plaintiff, Dated till ,
mt i.;, F. Fender. In the court room of the -vs- 1939. A
1 "" } '/ and (Courthouse. Thurmlay, Friday and BnAOHON MILLS. tF1''Ir'LU 1 .
) :. Mrs. J. R. Hall WILLIAM .I I 1 1
ryt j<;k h ,. + ,MM Saturday September 2lBt, 22nd, Defendant, % Clerk .r "r TI
r ,,s. p:. ". Mrs. Bill Yeoman and Chlldren'l and 23rd. Examinations. lun from IX THE NAM IS OF THE STATE County, FII ?I I g,
1 ., ";<<:,,,,1 3 '... } McRae was visiting 8 to 12 and from 1 to 5. All appll- OF FLOIUDA UREETINU: "t
", ) .'iM.< .' :" ', rantH Are n,..kBil to COIIIB" pl."I"1with TO: William Bragdon: Mllla, whoseresidence :s '.'1"': '\It: e-
''S'S' ; .tf'r{ : : Crosby In the Rising legal cap paper' and pen and and punt office address IN. OF 1<'.,CtllI\\. rat t
# : day afternoon 'Ink. !925 Upshur /St.! N. E. Washington,, Thomas, W ,
v'. ,!, ; 9-8 2t 9-15 D. C. State n, t ",
', and Mrs. Fred Sapp have
Mr. """""_ You are hereby required l to appear Florida. mnNotlrr
A 'moved to this section. We are :MI'UfK: to the Bill of Complaint filed ,I' / ,
Notice In. hereby given that Ethel herein against you on or before July IlIlh /I''. n
er glad to welcome them here. Jones has filed her final' report BH Monday the 2nd day of October' A. .11 torn the executrix of I the estate. of J. V. 'n'lI'ln.. aio,
:Miss Odessa McRae spent I). 1939 N" :I' "
il, and Jones decrnned. : and that on the IT IS FUUTHBIl I ORDERED;: : that wu, ,'ItI'1: ,
nI veek-end with Misses Helen 6th day of October 19S9, will apply this. order be published In the Bradford County, I l'I, I 9,.
Dorthea Norman in Gum Branch to the Honorable E. K. Ferryman County 'Telegraph\ a newspaper He'llon 9 ., ,
/ (* a. County JudiTH of Bradford County final of general circulation. published 19:11)1.: A, t I' 1
)' I 1 and attended the birthday party Florida, fur approval of nald In Bradford County, once. atone, \\wlrIO, elf
d' Y e at the home of Miss Iris Sapp Sat- report and for final I die. >,'hiii-re HM. each week' for four consecutive 10:1/0: / ,, Ain are.,
executrix, of the will of J. V. Jones weeks. terest' 'a "I I'r'
I urday night. Thin tlth (lay ..( September\ 1939.!! 1T.VKSS my hand and official I lit 1114' "fir, '
Mrs. Alice Oliver was called to Kthel: Jones, Kxectltrlx. .seal this 29th day of August A. i). State ilet ''I,
week account of the 9-8 4t 9-29 1939.iil'FICIAL. I tate o>f I'. '.,
Cocoa last on "
'(' SEAL) A. J. Thomas 'lnl'lIl" .1/,/ .I/
Illness of her son-in-law, Howard .NOTK'H 1 VIM'I.H'XTION Clerk Circuit Coot 9-1 4t 922i bond as p' ", I, ,
'v : {<'Oil T\\ ItKIOMSemite : ('ha jt.,.,. I"' .".
; Glaso who is in the hcmpitul.
J1H (! 11111 % lust: > '1'1111'n'I' or TIIH Cos-\'rY wlthlll 1111/, / t!
,. Remember services at Pine NOTICE IS HKKIjtlY aiVK.V, .it iitii-x \lII.'onu for.vry. of tht. CI, ml
I r r fr 'Level church this weekend.IIOOTSErS That Loin. Adklnx holder of Tax KI. II1IA. 1I'HOM.ITM.. the PI"'II"" \ ,/
V Certificate X.... 198, iKHticd the 2nd.. I IN RN: cording ,?.
day of AiiKiiM A. D 1937 has filed I ESTATE:: OF n. S. IIUMPIIRFT, notified! ,I't,, II
"; Hume' In my .office and) him made application deceased. within ,1 I h? t
BEACH for a tax deed to be issued KI\\I %O'I'ICNNotice paid. P''I''?' \ o,
tB Miss Effie CrawfordMr. thereon.. Is hereby. given that the he sold ,I I
r"t tJ 2 a i r V ; 1, Ily Suit) certificate' embraces. the following undersigned. will on the 12th day highest hold, n
described property. In the Cotrnty I'." ,
; of October., A. D .1939, present to
and Mrs. Phillip Sullivan I County of Hradford, State of Florida I the Honorable County Judge" of Bradford "' I Ida a
to-wit: Bradford County, Florida, his final elllhel' lolh I Ias
and family of Jacksonville spent Lots Four, Five' of Block 1 Llv- return account and vouchers of provlrlo.1 ,, a
; T11 the week-end here with her mother InKxton Trilby & Co' A'1111tion to Administrator Cum Testaments Annexe Chapter 19':;,' : ,
turke Section 28. Township 6 lo BonU. Non of the Estateof Laws M FI "i
Mrs. Jean Gaskins. South Range 22 East U. S. Humphrey deceased and at First punt. ,
',,1 f. .oIit..J' < L' .J-a.a.,: wan w > .. "-'-'- A large crowd from this section The assessment of the Maid prop- .said. time, then and t there. makeapplication 1939.
rty under the said certificate Issued to the said Judge for TIIOI> .t u8Q
hem make attended church at Ever- 1 was In the. name of J. W. Edwards final settlement of his administration Director .C 'h
waist to tales
fall In rued rows of tiffeti from to a 11
I', pf navy blue and pink Saturday and Sunday. of said Estate and for anorder pat.tlnellt ..I 1 I" da'I
BANDS thin evening n nlctureJ in the February Harper's Bazaar The green ITnless said 1 certificate shall be
tli r'n
." : \: I' like a rhumba t ; on a discharging him as such Administrator u 1.18ll.
,' matching huge three-cornered scarE adds a note of dash.k' Mrs J. L. Qasklns and daughter redeemed' < .according, ..___."...., to law,'" theproperty Cum Testamento An- 5t 9.1", it,,.
;" : Gertrude, spent the weekendhere uHcrii therein win be nexo de Bonls Non.
Hold to the highest bidder at the. Dated this 9th day of August. A "OT.f'NNO'l'ICI OK giiRiui- .
RISING with friends and relatives. I court house door on the first Mon- D. 1939.(81I1'nOd. I It- 1 11>, M jf, th
$ RECOMMENDED OUR CHILDREN Mr. and Mrs. Fletcher Butler day In the month of October, 1939:\ ) Herman H. Wyndham, O. Andrew, ply Mrs.! II. II. Lewis which Is the 2nd., day of October, As Administrator Cum Testamento County, Florulu" i lue
Jacksonville were
LIBRARYBOOKS SHOULD BE SEEN and family of I 1939.: Annexo de Bonls Non of the Estate .'erl..11WI'll IIund..r n uilon
visiting at the bed side of her Hated this. 30th., day of August, of R. S. Humphrey, deceased. the hui' < rt ur1, ml i
BUT NOT HURT Mr. and Mrs. Luther Harrell of Crawford of I 1939. g-11 9tp 10-6 Clerk of thi, ''.i. ,il ..until
sister. Mrs. C. E. OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas,
"in season
This Is an Brooker were visiting Mra. Har- ford County Rbtdu< trill I
I afternoon.Mrs. Clerk of circuit Court of Bradford ,' nl, >.
i this section Sunday NOTICFJ date of th'Jut< 10)l j \
In books. The fall will see many 400,000( school children over the rell'a parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Nancy Griffis of Jacksonville County, Florida. 9-1 5t 9-29 TO WHOM: IT MAY CONCERN: A. D. 1939. 'on, iha, .malt ]
Crosby Saturday. Notice Is hereby given that I fluent again '' \ Said Ml
new beat sellers but today your state will or have started to was vlsltlnK Mr. and Mrs.R. SOTIC'H OP all iIilFF MAI.K have filed. my Final Accountingwith Smith, an. T. ,....lir 'c tic.. ]

reviewer would like to recommenda school In the next few days. For Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Smith of N. Crawford Sunday afternoon Notice Is hereby given' that I, A. the County Judge and will onthe ford Count' Un 'orp |
visiting relatives O. Andrea, Sheriff of Bradford I 22nd day of September, A. D. which said jidg ... hi)
Jacksonville were
group of books of varied Inter- many of these tots, it will be a Mr. G. B. Johns Is on the sick County, Florida by virtue of a writ 1939 file petition' with County duly aHulMrmrt Maurivenlment ,
new experiences as it will be the in this section Sunday. list this week. His friends wish of Execution Issued. out of the Circuit Judge of Bradford County, Florida i>mrm''' I i inil I ,
eat. -all this last for Final Discharge Executrix of PtiMl :It r K'il'
published year. Miss Vera Lee Lewis was visit- Court of the Eighth Judicial as In the
first time they have ever been him a speedy recovery. circuit" In and for Bradford l County the Estate of Lallu R. Chace, deceased ty I will on 'h f la rfif r I
Are international affairs on your away from home. None will be ing Miss Vesta McRae of Starke Mr. and Mrs. Hurt Rosier of Florida, on the 23rd day of August, A. I>. 193! rtl.i,.,,' ..ff ,pot I
19.19:\ In that certain cause wherein ILDABELLE CIIACE BENCE, sale Bt I ,ill nil''I
mind these days, leaving you puz- thinking of accidents. All must Friday. Starke spent the week-end here Truoman Fertilizer' Company a 8-25 4t 9-15 Executrix. the Hvadfoni tmt> I

'r, r.led: with the variety of )o ul'opeanpropoganda be taught safe practices. That is Mr. and Mrs, L. L. Conner and with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. rorporatlon, oi-Kanlxcd and exlstlnir Starke, Flti.,, ,i'I''' ".h.
J'I under and by virtue of the laws of vo'rfr9of nppltr'Tlov FOIl Hell at pub(
Loran and Klma: of Gum
? Do you want facts the teachers' and parents' job. children S. Rosier. the State of Florida, was. Plaintiff. 'r.\.x nhEl1 and bent 10 hit I tie]
Branch were visiting\ Mr. and and A. O. Jenkins, Inir lifBcrll. ,, "i 'ii'jbelnw ,
The Florida Safety Council Is Charney Yarbrough spent won defendant (senate Hill )\o.1O3)NOTICE
I as well as opinions ? Then read I Mrs. W. C. Conner Sunday. here with Mr. and have levied( upon the fnllo'lnll'II"M"I'lloed IW HEREBY GIVEN."elttlflente : I In 11.! I
Thursday night I property, situate, lying Underbill holder of Tux to-wlt,
"Days Of Our Years" by book-lets| Mr. and Mrs. Elam Lewis and Mrs. Robert Crawford. ,und bring In Bradford County.. No. 182, Issued the 2nd.., Lot 6 Di I'u f t
PauHsen a Dutch correspondent. Florida to-wlt: day. of August A. D. 1937: haq filed AildltlinBradford
van ,
of Iioatd rain 'end
ior free distribution to the teachers daughter Agnes I -- Lot Four (4) of Block Twenty- Ham. In my office and has made '
It is the most informativeand so that all grades can be were visiting Mr. Lewis' mother, seven ((27), North half of Block application! for a tax deed to be (Inn 23. 1 4oua
:\4O'\'II.tl' 4Ot' ."+.'I.It' VI'ION' Thirty-seven. (37), and all of Issued thereon Said. certificate embraces 23 East
Interesting: book yet published taught Safety. Mrs. E. J. Lewis Sunday. ,, .on T\\ i |,;iiiniillr : rtloc-ks ThlrtYl'lghl11)' (:\ ) and the following described' Said prop ',.,""I
Mrs. L. A. Shaw of (" Hill ,... teal) I INOT' Forty.four (44)) of Livingstonand property In the County of Bradford upon und i. !"]
Over and
about a unusual Mr.
+ Europe year Drivers must use care '
"'I': IS HKUKFIY: (JIVKN. Truby's Addition to the original State of Florida, to-wit: said. writ win' 'vl?
van J Paasnen warned of a HUSHO- around school grounds and watch Jacksonville were visiting Mr. and I That A (1 Ludwig holder of Tax I Town of Starke. Southeast Quarter of Northeast A. 0 ANiiinJ"'f( np

'F Gelman alliance and time hue out for children going to and Mrs. Bert Shaw Sunday I Ortlflcnte- No.3.-Issued,-the-2nd diy as the property of the said A. O. Quarter Section 7 Township 6 ford Cunt' i",

proved his accuracy. A fine Im- coming from school.It Mr. and Mrs Bishop Thomas of I

partial view of the German people is against the law to drive LaCrosse were visiting Mrs. I a r' -"

under the Nazi regime can be by a school bus loading or un- I Thomas' parents, Mr. and Mrs H, 'I w

i found In Nora Wain's "Reaching loading children to and from H. Lewis, Sunday. I

For the Stars" lack of preJudice school. Mr. and Mrs. Leon Conner and

and clear thinking make I Lucian Doral and Glenn
children ,
| Only one school fatality the re- 1te
this book unusual and worthwhile, occurred were visiting Mrs. Conner's par-I
,' : ifiult'of' an auto accident
Perhaps you want to escapethoughts during the 1038-39 school year. A ents Mr. and Mrs. Walter Clejnons -
of wur-crazed' world
a of Hellbronn Sunday i
child was run over when a bug {, I
? why not try some light rending ? I was unloading and was killed.rlease "*Mr. Jack Underhill made a

On the humorous Hide in "Consul : observe traffic laws. business trip to Jacksonville last
tation Room" by Dr. F. Uoomlsa week.

doctor laughs at himself and his The new Drivers License Law : Mr. and Mrs. Edmonson of

'j'' patients You'll laugh too. For" will\ help to reduce accidents onlyIf Thereasa was visiting their son-
the drivers will obey traffic <
r real reading delight try "Captain In theoperation in-law and daughter, Mr. and ? k A : ;4a
laws and use common sense t
i n Horatio Hornblower" by C. S. of their vehicles. i Mrs. R R Crosby, Sunday

Forester The timid yet brave" little I Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Barnes returned -

'; captain Is all that a fiction Parents should be sure to discharge to their home ThurR
character should be. This Is supposed their children on the slde- I after spending! the summer with

to be a "man's book" but ..Ilk, next to the school. This will\ relatives and friends In Dothan X

ladles don't be misled-,Its just; I prevent children from crossing I Alabama. !!

aa entertaining i t for youivim nl the I -btrppt.School '. Mr. and Mrs. u.W. C.; Conner;

6; course. if you want a hourly laugh ; teachers are urged to'' were visiting I.u and Mrs. \V. R.

"Grundma Called It Camel" by! write the Florida Safety Council Conner o. :L.uxton last Wednesdayand

I Hertha Damom and "Dithers And Tampa, for free material on Thursday

Jitters" by Cornelia Otis Skinner School Safety How to Form Mrs. George Cone was visiting f :FIG v ,

I meet that requirement. I .Schoolboy: PatrolsHow: to Organize Airs. L. L. Conner of Gum Branch

i A strangely haunting book Is I :> Junior Safety Councils, also recently. I _

"Black Narcissus" by Rumer ; how to form Junior Safety Groups Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Shaw and

Godden enchanting and moving I 'imong the Future Farmers. All children of the State Farm spent _

then for those who like his- chin material Is free. Including Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Claris w l yv

torical novels "The thins of Dur-I Safety Posters and Songs. Hutchinson. I ** -a _

goyne" by Bruce Lancaster I ---. Miss Lucile Crosby spent Sun-

story of the American Revolutionbut 110ATDRAIN day night with her grandparents.Mr. .

with. difference--It la written : and Mrs. Walter Edmonson of I
of Ity Mr, Z. /. OrirfU '
trom the standpoint a puzzled Theresna. :
Hessian soldier who finally e v t "u -w:

discovers the meaning of freedom Mr and Mrs., L. O. Tyre of l

<,'In fa home were visiting with her THERESSAIty !
and liberty entertainingly;
Mr. and Mrs. John Prevail Mrs. A. U Sullivan The
written and with considerable parents, right
humor. here Sunday
Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Youngblood '
Those liking the personal touch Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Galney werevisiting

will want to read Edna Ferber'a with his parents. Mr. and lof Mrs.Waldo Klbert were Sibley guests Friday of< Mr.after and thirst..ic *col d CocaColaIn %

"A Peculiar Treasurer." an auto- MI" R. E. Lee of the Bethel section ;

rich In feeling and Sunday. noon.
; Mr. and Mrs. Albert Hardee of .
,I,1. humor. If you have stage ambitions Miss Ruth Morrell was visitingIn Jacksonville spent the weekendhere any game whether you get high or low score e e i

there la Katherine Carnell' Lake Butler Friday night. aa guests of Mrs. Susie you arc sure to get thirsty. So when meej j i ;r'
De An Act-
Wanted To J. Prevail of you
Mr. and Mrs.
resfi" all about the awkward. 'w thirst enjoy the pause that
Thertflsn were visiting, with Mr. Mists! Mildred Phillips was a refreshes with ice-cold -

I,', homely child who developed intoAmerica's and Mrs. L. F. Griffla: Sunday.Mr. visitor to Starke TuesdayMr. Coca-Cola..the best friend r
"first lady" of the theater ever had.
Arch Prevatt spent the L. G. Johns and daughter.
enough of books for now Ix *
reviewer week-end In Jacksonville with re- Mra. Wilson May were visitors to ** ]
especially since thU
a suspects the radio Is getting most tatlveb.. lampton Monday afternoon. .P

xr of your attention hese day1 Mrs. Llllle Tompkins and Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd:\ Crosby and STARKE COCA COLA BOTTLING CO.

Virginia Welnslnger. and :Mrs. Mack of Starke were hlldren of Sunny Brook Farm

... visiting with Mr. C A Griffla md Mra. C. Sullivan visited Mr.

machines Saturday afternoon. tad!: Mrs C Sullivan Sunday
Rubber stamps, stapling:
at the Bradford County Tele ,! Mrs. K. L. Grtffi wta visiting H. D. May and A, L. Sullivan ;

graph. I, Mr. Z. Z. Griffis Monday vera business visitor to Gaines- 1 -

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Gayle Sewell :
1. I I. II. Harper SENIOR PRESIDEN1Twelfth
l rank Robinson FIRST GRADE E Is for Edwards; he plays 01:

a a '' Arch Thomaa School Interior Receives We have 30 happy boys and 1 the end, II
jithpth Fliimnierni Serious Summer girls in our room; 16 boys and 1-4 Are Elected Here But he's right out In front whei

I I A Mae Harley girls. it's time ,
Ualnenmj begin
pl. M. Friday
L, Attention Although the weather has bee

E: ,,., News Time but without hot we have done our work well; N is for Nettles; his job is t( B H. S. has begun another ,
'itingewol'thxprrlal passes, never
;; Last Friday morning the seniors! STAFF
\1 leaving evidence that It has done we like school. school term, so that brings to life
I n..rt..r.d teacher. held their first class meeting to And when he does just that, ol t -
Ruby Lilley, SELECTEDH'IMtrtorh1 I
so. The school building the to
Ella was not boys who are eager play
d toe Barr boy, how we cackle!
determine who the new officers!
se vacant vacation -
i t Green during ; upon entering football. In school
I Jn, and would be Results fol- S Is for he guard Everyone seems
'xN; \ Austin it last Monday there was We have thirty boys and girlsIn were as Simpson; plays ; ArtUltieaIUKUH
I Italia Interested and anxious to the
When he's there the other team see
no musty smell. During the sum- our room. lows: President, Billy Jackson;: y! First I>ny '

mer it had been buzing inside- Our room is very nice and clean. Vice President Ralph Rhodes;; find going hard! of School season get well under way. 1

EDITORIALKlIOOL walls being done over, desks be- Wo wish to thank those respon- Secretary, Jean Davis and Treasurer H is for Harper, whose place I 1''9 Coach J. M. Whtttemore U pleased -

ing sanded, floors refinished. In backVItI1 ; Hitler makes news and so d0e with the material he has to
Marian Dowling.
OPENS AGAIN Since the last of April the build- sible.We are asking our mothers and \ him out there boys, th
I those UI'be want to become ing inside had been one grand fathers to see that we come to First business to face the class gnme'o In the sack! gap could hold all Starke and majority of "green" men but each

1 while, .itizens\ : of their town confusion; one complete mess as school every day unless we are was concerning class rings. The C is for Chastaln; you'll find him, Germany'! Sensational news has ontI.Is. willing to learn to play

LIT ounty education ia aLaem must be everything in the first sick. It will be impossible for us President appointed a committeeof In center Its good points, but some things football and ia working hard to

automatically taken stages of clean-up. three, Helen Dowling, Ralph which happen are quiet, steady I make the team. There are 30
to be unless
promoted we come to He weighs 205, and Is wishing for I
luted Last Monday week Anyone daring to stick his nose school regularly. Many of the Rhodes and Juanita Barefoot, to Winter! and sensible; that's where the B boys out for places this year. i
meet with the salesman who
closed for a came H. S. Journal comes in. I Coach Whlttemore issued,
been into this business-any summer and In uni'u
having boys girls our room are re- here Monday to display his line AND-W la for Whittlmore, h e
i monih vacation which visitor to the school who, through peaters due to absences last year They selected five of a possible shows 'em how.He's When school officially began its forms Wednesday, September 6.

dangerously close to lastingthree curiosity, dared brave the confusion Mrs. Roberts, teacher. : year's activities September 4, the Wje have a new! member added to ,,, {
choice and from those the final
coach for this business, ark
our school Bradford found himself wading Journal also, as matter of the outfit--"Mr. Dummy. It is

I once again swung Its doorso through sawdust putting his Our room is delightful There class selection was made by the entire is he a, wow!. .. course did the same. By Wednesday used for the boys to block and
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admit almost 1000 stud- hands over his ears in attempt to are 29 in It this year. We have September 6, the following tackle; they all have had a chance ;
toward being good The senior class ring Is another 150 NEW BOOKSIN been to become acquainted.
ho tim escape noise made by sanding been learning colors. staff had appointed:
for students' to
Is. machines, stepping around water, :Madge Middleton teacher. reason eagerness OUR LIBRARY Edltor-lnChlef Jean Davis; Assist- Our first game Is to be September )
reach the 12th giade. It is aseniors'
more :rop of seniors have and falling over desks. But all ant EdItor-ln-Chlef, Gayle Sewell; 29, with Green Cove Springs,

Led. last April a class of such intruders were surely aware !SKCOND: GRADEIt pride and joy, not only Sports, L. H. Harper; Scout and' which will be the first to be play- !
because it is beautiful and Restocked Shelves> IIII'eI..t.e"t
ielviMl their diplomas from of the fact that all who had a is so nice to be back in school Patrol new._ Frank Robinson; ed at night on our new athletic
ant to wear but because it In Factand
Institution, and moved out hand in it were working towardsone seeing all our friends. We are is a senior! FictionTo Band I, Archibald Thomas; Glee field

\ the empty space to be oc- end-great Improvement of working hard already. Some of Club, Loral Bennttt; Chapel Pro- Certain sponsors have made it MV
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jby Iht present group who the building; and so it was. us have jobs for the first monthof start this school year, we gram, Elizabeth: Plummer; Biography possible for us to have night football .

(,elns in the 12th grade as Last Monday week, September school: Mammy Sez have over 150 new books in our Clara Mae Harley; Jokes, by installing floodlights and '

J all Before them quite a I, the students who once again Black boards-Edna Yates and library. There are biographies, L. M. Guinea and in charge of I bleachers and experiments of other ,xj

|nt thing They're delighted returned to school saw the finished Louise Griffin. Well, Chuillun, here us all Is stories of adventure romances, Elementary news! Wllla Vlda Klll-I schools) have proven that night .r 'r

I thoughts of senior prlvilIthe product. And what did it Water flowers-James Nelson. agin dls year back up to de good I. mystery stories and all sorts of Ingsworth.The football in. more convenient and

from seats In the audl- mean (o them? Much more pleas- Library-Alice Nills and Cath- ole B. H. S. 'Course us misses de fact and fiction following were selected ns profitable The game when played f ,

\. ear day and the senior ant surroundings, very good con- erine Gainey. ones dnt am done gratunted dls A few of the outstanding books special reporters( : Mary Townsend, at night enables more businesspeople r

| However one grand worry ditions under which to work, pride Paper policemen-Charles Oliver last year, but I mus' say dat we Jo )Ella Hauy, Doris Crews Hetty and parents to attend. I o

JTIOS' I'hem, the question for their school---pride to speak of and Cecil Prince. has de finest bestus seniors dls are: Green, Louise Stern, Katclle: Austin I II* cooler and more enjoyable for fie *<' '|

triiev r'i> oe more klddlsh it; to show it to other people Bulletin board Nellie Gatlin year dat din school has ever had Gone With the Wind by Margaret anti 1 Jack Halle.Clixm : both the patrons and players, Snfr

ltoe I low when Kid dayjr and Juanita Anders. It 8ho look good to see de many Mitchell. --- repoilers have not yet{( The new field has ben sodded '
K' They have a ter- SCHOOL PATROLIS Dust, erasers Leslie Thomas groups scattered over de campusat The Citadel by A. J. Cronin. been chosen Iby I, the N. Y. A. boys and other 4 tn"
problem the'.. and Jnmes Gl'lffls. noon- some ob dem readin and The Yearling! by Marjorie Raw- --' A boys of this county. The field laU ",,',

't student like to make ORGANIZEDPrincipal Reading table-Harry Green.. some ob dem talkln'. lings > be lighted by four sets of floodlights 4 i

|,Iv inn those around them Desks Charles Hardenbrook, Dat Grace Green sho' hab developed Danger Is My Business by John B. H. S. Band AnAccomplishment on each Hide of the field au+"

"hetreo school. As a \VllHtuiiH To Elizabeth Gllsson and Lucile studious ways lately.L. D. Craig1. Each pole will have two reflectors '

)r gar almost all of lie In DirectCharge I Sweat. H and Ralph eeem to be a* The Lust of the Mohicans by and each reflector will contain ,,x ,

I though unconscious of Itilvet Line Monitor-Richard Cooper. I flutter 'bout dls year's football I rtgg. One fine example of ac'om-I t two largo\ bulbs, These lights

ove school life with Kitty Hogsed, teacher. team. urn bring erected In exact accordance
____ All This and Heaven Too by llshment seen by all sliuloma: !Sept:: s
|\tur< )t good times andes The organization of the School I De freshmen had done elected band with blue prints and opecifl- Ib ?
Rachel Field. 4th was the nchnol'i! brass 14
QUI feel It their sly duty Boy Patrol was formally stalled Erie Pievatt='I like the pic- dat cute Sara Barefoot for dere' which a concert out on the canon furnished by the company t4 r ) ,
distastefully. of it. Oneis last Thursday. The Patrol this' tures in my room. They make It president dls year Rebecca by Daphne Du Maurler. at 8:30 selling the lights.
front beginning :
[ certain B. H S. has aJpal year Is composed of seventh, very pretty" We sho' am mighty proud ob North to the Orient by Ann A M. grounds, Bleachers are on hand and will 41, !

who Is all for it, Knowlof eighth and ninth grade boys. Elaine Chesser-"I am happy to our two new high school teachers Morrow Lindberg bo net up to accommodate five t

that fact should send usa As last year, the Patrol will be be in school. -Miss Fernandez and Mrs Fisher Skyward by Admiral I Richard K, The band played: "The MarineMarch" hundred people. The field Is to be r ,

I granu start; should make an asset to the school by patrol- Frank Rosser "I think the Seen strollin 'bout de campus: Byrd. by L. C Phillips; "Junior fenced and also a bamboo hedge j"'

e from the start: "Mr. Wil- Ing the school grounds assistingin reading table Is the best thing we Margaret Pearce and Juanita Arrow Smith by Sinclair Lewis. High March" by )Fred Jewell; planted around the entire field. rt"
"Our Yell Leader" by Fred Jewell;
1 you !nave our cooperation! traffic duty where they will have in our room. Barefoot; as usual Juanita doln' The Light That failed by Hud- ) Also included In this athletic : ;
Grlffia "Our buildingIs "The Fighting Spirit" by Fred
J P. D.hy far possible the Dorothy -
eliminate, as as de yard 'Kipling.
Jewell "Football Squad" by Ed plan 18 l a regulation baseball field
and I we ;
.. hazards which will natur- so clean new; hope
traffic can keep It that way." De two Austin girls, Alene and Kim by Rudyurd Kipling Chenette; "UaHk e t b 1\ 11 Team with clay Infield. and up-to-date I
main high- '
To Subscribe ally be present the on football a season Twenty-nine pupils have come Estelle, sho' do look powerfullysweet Riders of the Purple Sage by Match" by Ed Chenette; Gymna- grandstand, which will Rive '

way During dressed alike. sium Waltz" Ed Chenette and"America" Starke a field comparable to the 1'
We we Zane Grey by
| To Readers Digests the Patrol will direct the automo- into our room. hope may I
have more. Mammy would also like to wel- Among the best-liked biogra- by Henry Carey best In the state. Whereby, if the 'k
biles to places.
parking I*
i vent 141 Juniors and Sen- Williams will be In direct Mrs. Rltch, teacher. come dat cute little Francine phies are: Madame Curie by Eve; The excellent work of the mem- public Is Interested they may In-
Principal team, to
Fisher to our school and social duce Home big league
Curie. bers of the band goes on and on. r
an to subscribe to there
of the Patrol, so there
charge here for
come spring training.
Digest This plan was will not be officers. TlllltU fiK.\I>K life.I The Boys' Life of Col. Laurenceby With top-notch Instruction from g
|last year and proved very any Greetings: And so we begin our mean dose Brooker girls Lowell Thomas Professor Carl Roberts, they have A diamond bull court which may
Those on the Patrol are: Bobby school We have I be lighted In the near future to
iful We were benefited by third year of naturally stick together; dose L. E. hown what can be done with open
aden Digest last year to Biggs, Comer Perryman, Warren enrolled 32 this week.\( Lawtey girls, too true friend- Florence Nightingale by Interested minds The boys provide a space for a city diam 1

extent tha\ are greatly I Winkler, Edgar Wilkerson, Ches- Everyone Is glad to be back at ship.I Richards. I from the beginning were, (to apply ond-ball league among the boys '
jve ter McKinney, Lyle Anderson, We're sure the entire school is and girls has been constructed.
work again. a term more fitted to football
d to be able to subscribe think Dot Green needs a com- [
| this year.students. Steven St. John, and Bobby Mc- Betty Ann Flynn has been ill pliment on de way she wore her glad to have these new books; ilayers), "green horns," which All of thin has been planned
Rae. We and we are going to keep them with aim-to build )'
attend regularly one major
and cannot fact makes their present good
s who do not haveto hair last week- It sho' am youthful
-.- and she looking nice as long as possible, healthier and citizens
a newspaper will find certainly miss her hope looking! work all the more notable.So stronger

gazine very helpful In their Inquiring Reporter will soon be with us again. Congratulations to Jean Davis and make as many additions as far as we know, 'the boys" both morally and physically and ;?

I studies and, also, the Eng- Mrs. Biggs, teacher. for being chosen Editor ob our possible. A have never been "formally" Introduced to develop a closer! relationship i
between school and
lasses will be benefited by Every week the inquiring reporter high school paper. to the public; we now community

ndensatlon of books and approaches his unsuspectIng FOfHTII GRADE done beenelected Meet Our Seniors Introduce them. Starke we
Dat Jackson has
| Interesting short stories. victims and asks them the Here we are back again backIn Billy proudly present our B. H. S. Brass I'by..r. Wt"IIht Position
President ob de Pnlorclas8lt's
out how muchwe Rhodes 1/S0/ Back
who are acquainted with question of the week; this timeIt school finding during the a great life If you don'tweaken MARGARET PEARCE) Band, namely: McKinney 156/ Back !1 1radford i'Sapp '

Reader's Digest can greatly ia-"How does It feel to be in have forgotten Bill! You know Margaret Pearce as Emmet Perryman, 1st Trombone Tackle
late the advantage of hav- love ?" summer. a very pretty senior with brown ; Bobby Biggs, 2nd Trombone I
should be De class sho' am 145 Back
Our clean school room Sophomore Harper
ln school; we hope all com- Here Is this week's results, or- hair and beautiful brown eyes. Archibald. Thomas, 1 s t
to us. It got a lucky by having Gene Edwardsand Edwards 170 End v'Chastain
[Jtralors and Seniors will also Web." an inspiration But you may not know that she's
"Who was caught in the before school Patsy Roberts In It dls year. Trumpet; L. M Gaines 1st Trumpet 205 Center '
e> to coat of white paint 17 of and her birthdayIs
secure this magazine. "You tell me. years age Garland Godwin, let Trumpet -
Marian Dowling: ;
it Is much lighter Dey sho' am plenty cute, boys! Turner 16Q Guard
and so
lived all of rx
1 wish to began April 3. She has
gratl- starts
our heart 2nd
"Your Mac Futch Trumpet,
Sadie Prince: ;
lib in Law-
And here's Godwin
a tip-dey 21/S/ C.-Tackle
}II the publishers; for enabelto ." than it was. her life so far In good ole Bradford Bernard Jordan, 2nd Trumpet;
pumpin' We have 28 students enrolled in Nettles 1/S0/ Tackle .'
secure the Reader's DI- what I'm tey.Talk County. Joe Allen Lander, 3rd Trumpet;
Ruth Simpson: "That's but I Orlffls 160 Guar!
|t cheaper cost than It would our clasn. love-bug, Margaret was "Miss Bradford"when Billy Overstreet, 3rd Trumpet,
["virtually, trying to find out. Jimmie Brown Godwin broughtour sho' think It hab done bit dat she was a freshman, and Comer B, Horn Frank Holtz 140 Guard
Perryman, ;
... Grace Dew: "You get nervous. teacher a door stop !In the Jenelle and one ob our newcomers president of one section of the Robinson, B. Horn; John Anderson Lennon 11515 Back r

Billy Dowling: "I never had shape of a heart. Edwin Shepherd. sophomore class the next year. Simpson 110 Guard
B. Drum and Jack Halle B.
rybody Knows: that experience." Mrs. Hart Is reading "The Pick- Until next week-your, Her favorite subjects are English Clarinet., Jones 130 Back I IMcMilllan

-- Betty Green: "You have that aninny Twins" to us. Mammy and physics. She Isn't cer- .. 130
f school building is In won- Mrs. Hart teacher. Shufford 220 Tackle
look. she'll do when
that tain about what
look and he has ,
I condition now. "You'll knowit day because of sickness), and Al- she finishes school, but later she This 'N' That MOllely 11515 Back +

rest in Tennis is mounting Francine Fisher: FIFTH GRADE win Crews Is out with a lame to become a millionairess. Denmark 140 End )
y. ) when it comes, kid. foot. We Alwin will soon plans
Several people have brought hope Margaret likes to dance go to Everybody misses Buddy Bishop Darley 11515 E.-Back
SChool Mrs. Vandervlere: "Numb. for our lib be back with us. F. Crews 160 Tackle
grounds soon will magazines and books picture shows, watch ball games ; we surely wish he could be

paid spots" here and there. Kenneth Turner: "Extra Good. rary table and shelves. This week, we have teen reviewing especially football games, eat and back with us for his last year In bf. Crews 1615 Guard S

,t now a breeze Is worth a Jack Shepherd: "I wouldn't Committees have been electedto but expect to begin work ride a surfboard. Her pet dislikeIs high school. But he's trot tin' off Hemingway 163 Guard

dollars know." take care of the various dutiesIn next week We are trying to pre- people who are always complaining to Oxford-Emory In Georgia fora Andrews 11515 Tackle sIfoltz

,es of students who came to Dorothy Green: "I hurt right the room. These committeesare pare all of our lessons In school or talking about someone good done of study, and when 1M Back

here way, way, back have here" : so that we may play when we get else. he gets there, they'll know Itt! -

|rased from desks by sand- Mrs. Williams: "Indescribable! Librarian, Windows and Shades, home in the afternoon. We want Margaret Is one of the most Eleanor St. John, a new senior! Suitable Songs?

hines And, fellow stud- Mrs. Fisher: "Glorious!" Blackboards, Flowers and Book to learn our lessons well thin I popular members of the senior who halls from Callahan, Is a

.0 replacements are needed! Margaret Pearce: "I've never Shelves. year to that we will be preparedfor clas8. gorgeous blond (It's real, honest) We tried to find songs to suitn.ch

e are Mill some of the grad- been in love, but I guess It's wonderful We are trying to do our partIn high school next year. --_.. .- -'-'- whom you will have no trouble of our teachers. Read 'em, dy

I hanging around asking forgoing ." helping to keep the building Mrs. Searing, teacher. Goofy Definitions Identifying and liking a lot. and what time you're not wepln', 1

Clint should I attractive.Miss if ,
and tee
Rhodes: "How clean Loral of Ga. you agree: ;
Ralph Bennett, Ellljay, ,
are teacher. SIXTH GRADE '
to have a swell Smith Whittlmore "I Don'tVanna..
,l know? Food article that Is back with us again this year.
| team this year. -- We have thirty-four pupils In Banana peel Make History
Loral first went to school here
Ylng gum tastes much bet- riKTII mAnE our room. brings the weight down. Fisher "Oh Say, Can You
Mrll. Anderson's study hall. NINTH GRADE \VUUamndrews has been out In history we have begun the Diploma.-Man who remembers two years. ago, in the ninth and Swing?" 1

... Section 9P of the ninth grade is of school all week doctoring an in- study of the cave men. womans brthday but not her age tenth grades. But for the next Fernandez--"Ragtime Violin" d

Old organized and ready for work. fected leg caused by a nail W. are studying the countriesof Etc.-Sign used to make others her junior year she returned to William Mra. Jack-"You're I
Jokes meeting Thursday the will be back believe know more than you Georgia And now once again "
At a class scratch. We hope he central Europe. you I 'V Sweetheart. !
she Is. here for her senior ?
: year.
w following officers were I with us soon. Ralph Alvarez bring the paper do. Wall-"Music Maestro, Please'

"Ralph, does the Sarah Barefoot, president; Clar- There are 27 pupils, 14 boys each day. Horrible example-any problemIn We welcome two other new I Anderson"Oh, How I Hate toGet

tide" lo Thomas vice-president; Lucile and 13 girls in our room. We are anxious to get our new math. students, Jack: Shepherd and )Edwin : Up in the Morning." +
:t>h.: "No. the I animal that cane Shepherd rno relation). The i yN '
only Crosby secretary .nd treasurer; Several boys and girls are going library books. an-tbe only Demorest"Smiles.." ,
reporter. flowers nest Miss Kennedy: teacher. ) skinned more than once. former to a junior and the latter "
and Carolyn Green to bring potted Stump- "Hlng, Baby, Sing. ,
class decided to pay lOc I week to help make our room more Political Bclece The Science of' a senior. I V ndervlere "Sweet Ia the

:;S tl bunch of his The month dues to be used attractive. FOCflTIf CWADE Interfering In public affairs. I Asked by Miss Fernandez: In"" Word for You." '

fir v (o play foot- each per and for a trip at Parents and friends are always There are 27 pupils In our room Strategy; (military Methods 2nd period 12th English: "When Dowling "You're An EducationIn

Ik] said "if you for emergencies welcome to visit us.Mrs. -13 boys and 14 girls. of not letting the enemy know you did King Arthur reign?" And- Yourself" tj
_" 'I'- ball, kick one of the end of year. in our home :!\ Kate Shepherd, teacher. We like our new books very are out of ammunition by continuing nobody knew! Here's a tip to anyone Sponholtz "Are There AnyUore S i
t e l. a: the other team." We have 30 enrolled we are much. to fire who doesn't know: he reigned at Home Like You ?"

now: Where Is the .room. Several of these SIXTII OKAIJK June Bell brought tome flower Socialist-A man who has nothing only in some bright fellow's Im- Perkins-"It Ain't What You t

I Kad to welcome from two In our room we have thirty- cutting for the room. snd wants to divide It with agination. Dot"!

.It n.; the! ball lets get schools in the county.Loots and and three pupils between the ages oft Joe Monteith brought a book :you I ___ ,..- -, ----._- Walnwright-"You Oughta Be ,

'b'!, ) f 'ime cried and en- from out of the county Yankee- > and fourteen. There are ten called King Arthur. Tangerine loose leaf orange.Vacuum.Nothing Culling. Card Sale 100 for 80c. 'n Pictures." tq,;

141l.trar Lynwood Neeld from boys and twenty-three girls. Joe brought some dust cloths shut up In a Never thin low be,are, Special Atkinson--"You Muata Been A. 1

'.. town. toward a Our attendance has been per so we could clean the room and I box. process reoeernbwlII l engra v IDe. Beautiful Baby," 1 r'' 1.

Se d personal statlonord Everything points to- feet this week except for two pup- wash the blackboards. Zebra- -Horse with stripes used I Many style to choose from Williams "I'm A. Dinar Dong v

E .;:) County Tele- happy gether.and successful year i Is-. Josephine Johns was out one Miss Edwards, teacher. I to illustrate the letter Z. Bradford County Telegraph Daddy!I" ''

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I Mrs. S. E. Brownies HEALTHY AT 83 I

I F II SOCIETY .and-- CLUBS. --- II I Is Charming Auxiliary HostessAt MeetingMrs. l One of Radio's Level eSt

-- -
!' S. E. Brownlee was the
Mrs. Brown Honored
Wynn-Hazen Orr-Webb I'! charming hostess Tuesday after- 4l

:Mr and Mrs Leaaton Andrew Miss Floy Webb'\ of Starke, With China ShowerOne noon when she entertained the

. .j t' !' Wynn of Hampton, announce the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. S. W. of the outstanding social members of the Ladles Auxiliary

,. { ; engagement and approaching i I j Webb of Reddick, and H. E. Orr events of the past week was a of the Presbyterian Church at
marrlago of their youngest daughter I' china shower give at the Wom- their regular monthly meeting.
'of Jacksonville were quietly
Halite Elaine to James Pur- an's Club house, Monday afternoon Artistic arrangements of zinnias -
vis Hazen, son of Mr. and Mrs. E. ried Thursday, September 7, with by Mrs Sanford Rltch and and roses adorned the living l 1 a ik -,.

t M, Hazen, of Brooker The wed- Judge E. K. Perryman performing Mrs. Jim Rltch. of the State room where the guests were en-

ding to take place Sunday. October the ring ceremony.Mrs. Farm, In honor of Mrs. Artford tertained.

8. In the Hampton Baptist Orr was graduated from Brown, a recent bride. Mrs. C. F. Ward was in chargeof l
church at 5 o'clock P. M. A profusion of zinlas and other the devotional services, which .
the Reddick High School In the r
-- --. early Fall flowers artistically<<: arranged consisted of songs scripture, and ,
Mrs. demons Entertains class of '35 and completed her in baskets and placed in prayer. The program was under > A
beautician's course at the Florida auditorium and the direction of Mrs. K. G. Dun
With Weiner Roast the spacious sun .
Beauty College in Jacksonville.For parlor of the clubhouse formedthe can, who used aa her topic, } '. I
Mrs. Frank ClemonS' was hostess the past few months she has .
motif for the "India. Mrs. Duncan
1 decorative occasion gave an en-
Friday night when she enter- been employed in the Starr Lee .T7
Upon arrival punch was lightning talk on the Presbyterianwork I
i9. mined at her home with a Beauty Shop. : r
served the guests by Miss Enza in India. 4 '
: w?lner roast In honor of her Mr. Orr was graduated from Weaver and Miss Sadie Prince Mrs. O. E. Stansbury: president, A ;s 4 .,,.I ,R I
nephew, Mr. Jackson Rivers, who one of the Jacksonville high from a table which was made presided over the business meet- :. ; .... .J
very *
has the four months u.... ._ :. -. '
spent past
schools and was also graduated s
attractive by an artistic arrange- Ing, and on behalf of the society '
the of Mr and Mrs. Mal- I ,
as guest
from the Florida Barber's CollegeIn ment of roses mingled with fern welcomed two new members, Mrs. Genial, smiling S. A. Bryan, affectionately f ,
k lory Jacksonville. At present he Is which Honked the punch bowl. V. S. St. John and Mrs. CharlesH. called "Captain" by '

During the evening many novel connected with the Excelsior Receiving with the hostesses Allen, into the society. his friends, pictured above, cele- 'I t R
games were played on the lawn. Barber. Shop In Jacksonville. and Mrs. Brown were Mrs. W. H. Following the adjournment of bra ted his 83 brithday here Thurs-> k .. ;
.y, ; At a late hour the guests roasted -. ---- Smith and Mrs. Leland Brown of the business
meeting, :Mrs. Brown- day of last week, September 7. _
welners around the big bondflre. Baptist W. M. S. MondayThe Brooker. lee invited her guests Into the Captain Bryan Is a retired t f y {

r About thirty-five guests were Baptist Woman Missionary Little Miss Joan Carpenter en- dining room for a delightful social roadmaster, and gave SO years of I' L
the with
to evening
present enjoy
Mr. Rivers. Society will hold Its regular pro- tertained the guests during the hour. Tempting refreshments of his life to service with the same I
i. gram and business meeting at the afternoon by singing several pop- home made Ice cream and cake company, The Seaboard Railroad. i,

fA --- : Church Monday afternoon begin- ular numbers. Joan was accompanied were served the guests at the long He makes his home now mostly '

t FLORIDA THEATRE ning at 3:30: o'clock. This will ,1 at the piano by Mrs.! J. W. dining table, which was laid witha with his son-In-law and daughter
be the regular program and business Klncald. Miss Juanita Barefoot lace cloth and centered with a Mr. and Mrs. Arthur B. Williams, '

a' GAINESVILLE FL.\. meeting with circle number _h.__..jt. *_iVta u_*.*._m_la hnnll___ low bowl of zinnias and roses. but frequently makes long trips I :..
'Ii+ ? Program for the week beginning three, Mrs. H. L. Hough, leader," entitled "How To Keep A Husband to one part of the country or another *t4

SepU-mlxT 13, 193! in charge of the program. Mrs. A. ," In which each guest wrote Miss Andrews Honors to see many places and

v % ; rA8T TIVIRS TODAY M. Darby, president of the her views on the subject Later Mrs. Artford BrownAt things that are of Interest to his I ? "
'-f. Lew Ayres --. Luna TurnerIn Society, will preside over the business the book was presented to the keen and active mind. $
Kitchen Shower
meeting, at which time the honoree as a memento of the af He Is In good health, and very I'

; "TIIKSB: GLAMOUR: GIKLS" annual election of officers will be fair. Miss Jacqueline Andrews was active--always found indulging In .'.
art, held. Inasmuch as this Is the last ':Mrs. Brown was the recipient of hastens Saturday morning at ten his favorite pleasure, that of smok- Phil and hill 1
Saturday Only j o'clock at her home on Kingsley i !' WHEN Spitalny popular! all-girl ?rrhf tra bring
of the church AH
Double meeting year. many lovely gifts, which were ing cigars. Born in 1856 In Sump- of Charm" program back" to the rat' ..H..J.
1 Young Feature- Florence I'rogramnob..rt Mice members are urged to be presentfor displayed in the sun parlor. The Lake at a lovely kitchen shower ter County, Georgia longlvlty of I Sunday night, September 17, ct 10 o'clock: f n ," J nine 1 1ijnwrJ Marie i
the election. of given In honor of Mrs. Artford life his will be hand to it-> in .
In gift the hostesses was the seems to run in family. on sins! e t :rcs: ,
":.MIRACLES: FOR HALE" cream and sugar jet to match the Brown who prior to her recent His sister, Mrs. A. A. A. Joiner, Excluded from a college i"*" ; r 'u.- \'.- the couloi
y' ; Chicken Supper EnjoyedMr. honoree's selected pattern of marriage, was Miss Doshla Smith. of Oglethorpe, Ga., is 90 years of "sing a note" Maxine tod y i f i '. \. utivt vo,.f

t' The "Dead "Kni ".\ "' Lloyd owners and zinnias
1 3lth Thl'lr Fl4'f'III"Sund'l predominating, form
: 'r of Green's Store, and employees Misses two Rivers hostesses Hundley assisted, Harriet by ed the decorative motif for this New River Cemetery Fit In Poatoffice
++ of the stole entertained
) Monday
I ui.vfi/: rrtosny Thursday night at the residenceof Bishop, and Betty Jo Webb, served charming party. Mr. and Mrs. Colley All persons interested are here- Willie Thom qlored
In their Mrs. Brown received many use- Honored by notified that there will be a dent of Rene,
Mr. and Mrs. Green at de- guests a delicious Ice Tuesday ( Kin >' non pet
:: "TIIK STAK IVI.XKIIU" a ful gifts for her kitchen, which I cemetery working of the ceme- the ,
course. postofft'i "
k' with Ightful: chicken supper. were displayed on tableIn :Mr. and Mrs L. A. Davis were their
d' Louli ,. Campbell Llnrla! Ware During the evening the hosts About one hundred guests were the a large boats at their i tery at New River Baptist Church Wednesday" q" quIte
Tuesday night
h;! Ned HII/Hkll> Ad.lo.l-, JAnet Waldo and guests enjoyed cooking the invited to be with Mrs. Brown and the hostess living room. The gift of '. on Thursday, September 21st. All start, when m, n. epik t,
was a serving tray, Lake
the hostesses. Kingsley cottage when they fits to which 1 hi
1.'tI'"t l"'ltU6 l' of .March<<: of Time" chickens: out on the spacious lawn which matched the honoree's set I persons with relatives or friends tmes!
Df the Green's home. --. entertained with a bridge partyIn I'( Jected oveitoojsprawled 1< lie
'l'u"dnyVodneeday W. S. C. S. Meeting' MondayThe of kitchen ware. honor of their nephew and interred In this cemetery are urg- on'l1 wn' noor
(; mall Those enjoying this affair were
llnthl.rjni' Nigol l Bruce : During the morning Chinese
ed to be present and( In this dead ,
help A
Ida Uiiplun -In Alan Mar.lial At. and Mrs. Green and daughter, Woman's Society of Christ- checkers and cards were enjoyed. niece, Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Colleyof I worthy cause. tes about person 8:30: ",'e 1 rat iii

r, "TIIF.U"EN'rIJItES 01"SIIF.HWCK Judy, Mr. and Mrs. Tommie Cas- ian Service of the Methodist The hostess, assisted by her St. Louts, Mo. .

IIOLMiS": in, Mr. and Mrs. George Grills, church will meet Monday after- mother, Mrs. J. W. Andrews serv- The spacious porch where four
r. F. Klckllter, Tommie Colson, noon, at
three-thirty o'clock at ed tempting refreshments of Coca- tables were placed for the players -
Thnr. Fri., Srpt 21 23 nman Green, Mr. and Mrs. A. H. the church. Program and business Cola and sandwiches.
i t Joe E Brown 'n Martha Raye Green_:: Mr. and Mrs. P. M. BareI meeting. Invited to be with Mrs. Brown was attractively decorated Screw Worm Trouble?;

root, and daughters, Misses ,Jua- with early Fall flowers.
': "'1,000 A T (;(;JlDOWN"
\ ". I I nita and Sara Barefoot, and Miss At the conclusion of the pro-
. ': Treat Stock in One
: CallstreetSees
;,:, I ,. I _.. ....... Freddie Wunberly. Carolyn gressions Mrs. E. L. Biggs was Application

;s, presented with a handsome luncheon BARRY'SScrew

set and T. T. Long with

fli ill!, Hears All, Prints All ,--.0.-t.M 11..... G"." ..v.:'1...:,_. .V "a_; .". __a Worm Killer and Fly Repellant

INSURANCEHAROLD That new heading up there 19 Thru the Windshield( for ladies and men "un'l KILLS INSTANTLY! KEEPS FLIES WAY1\
thanx to "Interested Reader" who Charles Pender and his Bicycle Mrs. Colley received an

sent us a card care of the Tele Brigade returning from a swim cut work vanity set as a mementoof Sold Under Money-Back Guarantee
graph. According to the typewriting Never saw so many boys on bikes this lovely affair. I

though we thank it was Sunday Snoopln' ? I'd like I Following the awarding of By All Good Drug Stores, Feed Storesor
D. P. C. Suggestions always to take a ride in that Plane at prizes the hostess served her

welcomed, folks Pope's What a smooth landing i guests an appetizing salad cour General Stores

C. WALL AGENCY School Days are here again . Not a ripple Sweet Those present with Mr. e.// 6 Oz. Size Pints Galloi
Children dressed In their newest Music emerging from Sternberg's Mrs.
Colley and
ai Please Phone 146 school togs, books underarm seen Cottage The Chanter's Quar- I Davis were: Mr .and Mr.Mrs.and J. E. 35c 65c $$3.50

walking, riding bicycles, and in tette (remember them in the Rotary Wilson, Mr. and Mrs. Edward

buses All coming from different minstrel) having a spend the Burns Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Beas-

directions and with same day Picnic, and singing for their ley, Mr. and Mrs. T. T. Long,
l destination In view They seem supper Sounded good even If Mrs. E. L. Biggs Mrs. W. B.

to be happy about the whole the Top Tenor was absent Sewell, Mrs. D. P. Carpenter, Mrs. I

thing Vacation over for a Things are picking up Next Eugene L. Matthews, and L. D. II
while Oh! Well, vacation was summer the lake will be a thriv- Vining.

}t, get tin' monotonous, anyway ing community The new NOW.
Do you like your teacher? Um army camp occupying the now un-
r 1i Huh! occupied half Know you all Drivers Licenses .

We're Havin a Heat Wave--de- saw the map in .Jax Journal The sale of state drivers' licenses -

II- a-de-a (have you noticed) a road around the lake .Oh! reached 414 yesterday,
The guy who wrote that song hit Boy Was hopln' I'd live to Judge E. K. Perryman In chargeof YOU CAN BUY YOuR

must have had weather of same see the day license sales in Bradford Coun-

temperature aa this weeks' for an Passing the Postoffice We ty announced. Of these, 400 are
Inspiration Don't ever remem- sho' do miss Mrs. Fernandez the regular SO cent licenses for TYPEWRITER' AT HOMETHE

ber such heat In Month of Sep- Wish she'd hurry up and get well private drivers, and 14 were one

tember Maybe we have Just Also on sick list Abble dollar chaffeura licenses. Sales
W forgotten last September Harley Is getting along fine afteran were slow this week, but are expected I

Weather, like pain; once gone, is appendectomy She's In to increase sharply the I
soon forgotten, or sumpln' Flager Hospital In St. Augustine last of the month, the law
Mrs. E. C. Cale (we rememberher t requires all drivers to have lic-
as Viverette Floyd) vlaltln' enses on October 1.
Noticing Names Don Hoover
friends in town She's changeda .
has a bull dog, named "Socra-
bit. What we less fortunate Maxwell Moved
tes" .
Maybe he's a philosopherlike
females wouldn't give for her
his namesake If he could H. C. Maxwell, supervisor In J
"Peaches and Cream Complexion" only talk. charge of the construction of the
+ Mrs. Grace G. Wise, Special new
r A refrigeration unit at the
Field Representative for the Red to-night (Friday) at
the New farmers' market, will be transferred
Legion Hall -
Cross In town last weeek Lin- Everyone -
excited Monday to take charge of '
Haven't had a .
Ing them up for this year's Roll ? c'isa ,
;r Here's one oi the smartest new Jarmem Call Frank Landrum la taking dance here in months A real high constructing Union County's new 0 ( )

y styles in our :store-it's hand-stained charge Atta Boy Frank! live orchestra too (Plug no place school here at Lake Butler. His a (& c a efaG'OO +
will be
That's the Spirit pay) All we ask Is allegianceto by E. E.
and hand-rubbed, with a special "an- North. Maxwell constructed the peLA
Carolyn Callstreet
Back to College Bill Chalker Column
tique" finish that mellows the tan calfskin left Friday night for Citadel A friend of mine recommends, the Armory building here, and also

into a rich, deep shade you'll like. But his brother John, Jimmy Sew- "Ordeal" by Neville Schute as Legion school Hall and the new elementary -

Come in today and look it over. ell, and A. Z. Adkins, Jr., were very interesting present day readIng building. ,
all on hand to greet him upon arrival -
Being freshman they Monday Musings Marjorie and Miss Andrews were: Misses I

t \\ had to enter a week earlier Stump off to take a position Mural Smith. Helen and Marion

"' '' Sometime during September teaching in Altha Florida Dowling Clara Flume, Hazel'
vvcvu, N. T. Ritch, Jr. (Starke's Tennis Our loss, Altha's gain Morgan, Loral Bennett, Betty and !

SHOIS row MIN. Junior Singles Champ) goes back Received a card from our editor Carolyn Green, Juanita Barefoot ,,, o,
to Emory University, Ga. in the big city Must be t Margaret Pearce, Edith Rowe TELEGRAPH TAKES PRIDE IX
Fleure0fi MoaT $5 $750 Miriam Guy returns to Talla- hard to stay In school with so j I Gayle Sewell, Patsy Roberts of INO THE FACT TIHT WE ARE NOW .V r.-

fi( Lpatn tgreeet lac. STYt..a to haMeo Alkay Carlisle to enter much to see I'm mid I'd play J, Lawtey, En a Weaver Sadie THE mailXOTOX LINK OF PORTS -

U. of Fla Billy Long re- hookey ;, Prince. and Rivers Hundley of the UHITEKS. 'nilAT A GREAT CONV1! '.
SUt. '
turns to tr of Fla Leslie Bigg We t Jfrstqnd one of Stark.)',, Smith Farm, and Mrs. W. H FOR IOU TO KK: ABLE AT LAS .

rDE: I University of Oa. promising young teen is seeking -- YOUR TYPEWRITER RIGHT HEM: I
.u AT ALEXANDER'S & SAVE O"' ....;' ,.- '.' ... ... 7W',' >t''k< whom '() I" itfUST BE ODI siucia ,
: > 'I, 'W "I' > >>'n-ts'thetNIIttbe-, ;you C'.n get; n "potlUon'. : ( ] :11: riruHxsK OF' ".
;." :"i...: 4i'r .1 '!<::' \ M i.J.111.!. .' ",t ft J. 1 It''! on ,h. WPA Wh,
;. ',)o, .... : ?\\-J:, r/: on Lint; : ) aj AJlj' zu.e." ne t1u,- ,. ; ., '(1\ teed UIM. 1 IT (I. \.) TO !DEMON:;'
., ,...010, .J "' ,'i ... ,.. .;:t ii':.. i'' V..'ltd.'I'Id, I J'k..t.I t V !'Wf>lt i ho wnxsri't fml from UU Inat: Hib. foe ; :- ''I'.tiv !" :;" ntti;,,'n UF.1J.i. ( ". HI'.JIT:! IN VOI7KTerras '
,,;W.-. f' ran tt.iv. ajvl all et ,Lt': < via} "Th.."' s' *uf-t n11ped'D3Y pay or 1 :11r'tii' qr ,_. (f' n" "l
'l,1'. ,," I \um Siti rti.e TttMtt-j: ,> "inif' ," Uo\ rlulrjd Dv;}\'t worr:> b ,,: :.,' WI) 1"T\.t, -_ ,, '1' '7//)
\ .!J.1 ", / .,.. : aorta snoWed uniKr -w, trft Rrc.' going to turn }"r"f 'nt.'(;ro"'on9
... '\. ."'t..' -- :.!;. .... .. ... rnctttoM! : TN\m.. on !inn< "f .1 1 .,.." ? '", n "' rtvif"*' for the fore 1'h" ""* .1(0rra.-');( ',,,, ft:*.. L'J,1(I It- East Avaf>'-
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Owen Griffin enjoyed week's time r i read and envoy it go
STARKE, FLA. B. E. IIATFIELD, Mgr I lay with his sister Mrs E L 1Biggs 1 long, see you at the dance tonight TELEGRAPH
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of LOCAL NEWS Fred Carlton returned home I LAWTEYIly The ladles held their of Bradford County Citi
last week after the home of Mrs
spending two \\llllajii (Bill) riumiiier meeting at in this matter as
-.- months in St. Vincent's Hospitalin I __ It. Moore Tuesday afternoon. to the safety of
Jacksonville. His friend are cious refreshments were served of children
\1'' ""m. Knight :Mr. and Mrs. L. O. Knight and John M. Seymour returned to pleased to eee him and know that Telephone Sy..tt'l1The \ the thoughtful hostess, anti a attending
:nrf!'I I of has offereda
Jacksonville.uanningr son, Tommy, of Jacksonville ,
r: n\ were his home here Tuesday after he Is greatly, Improved In health ly time was had by all. .
recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. spending the three summer months franchise to the Bell Telephone Co'H Loral Item
., was a G. Halle. in Montclalr New I i Company under which they may; I Too Much !Speeding! I Jones has been the
I PE in Jacksonville Jersey. Mrs. T. J. Murray\ and daughter install telephones and'an exchange Deputy Sheriff C. R. friends and relatives in

v.J; Mrs. G. A. Chalker of Middle- Col. and Mrs.\ H. V. Knight spent Barbara, have returned '- I In this vicinity it was learned reports many violations of this week.
their home in Ft. Meade after en- this week.
..- burg i was the guest Sunday of Monday in Jacksonville and Green speed limit imposed within and Bill Plummer
ynd }ll s W E. Bryant are Mrs. A. M. Darby and Mrs. C. W. Cove Springs where Col. Knight Joying Mrs. Murray's a visit brother-in-lnw here as guests and of The proposed system, if inaugurated II Lawtey Junior High School visitors to Jack-
the G.lffis cottage on Chalker. attended to professional duties. : will bo electrically operated during the past few weeks. night.
'!IIg slater, Mr. and Mrs.Y.. A. B..ssent ': (dial type) with no operators

ey Lake ___ The Rev. and Mrs. Edwin Har Mrs. F. A. Canova and daughters Jr.Mrs I i', necessary. Thorn of the city who '

Srtlv, George Inman well of Alachua were guests Mon- Mary Ann and Carolyn of lived here while telephones were : '
? visitor In Madison day of the Rev. and Mrs. A. E. Gainesville were guests Sunday J. L. Silcox has announced ,I In operation welcome the idea of
Wine that work on the Kingsley Lake
week Llghtfoot. afternoon of Mrs K. E. Canova.Mr. I having the convenience once more
this Tip Top Grocery
daI will be carried
Cemetery on
-_ every II i and others strongly favor the ays-
--MoodY< of Auburndale Mrs. L. D. Vining went to Dublin and Mrs. B. L Jordan and Saturday until the entire ceme- tenIt is rumored that the I
bur 1 last week of Mr. Ga., on Monday to be with her son, Edward of Oviedo, were here tery is clean. She has asked that minimum charge. wit be only $1.50:
,, guMi I
who is Interested
G. p Parrlsh. mother Mrs. W. L. Joiner who is Friday visiting Mr. and Mrs. T. everyone to per month. AND MARKET
n. come and bring necessary tools for:
seriously ill. J. Griffin and Mrs. Carrie Rltch. | Minor home
W. C r k will meet to- I (Howard Flop) :Minor, a U. S STARKE, FLA.

|j rrld'ay' win Mrs J. T. Mrs. R. T. Richard and A. E. Mrs. C. Hoppe and son, of Howard Miner of Marine, who has been serving In

|y at 3:30: ( clock. Wall, Jr. of Jacksoville were Jimmy, of Tampa are guests of Lawtey will be Interested to learn I tho Chinese-Japanese hostilitiesarea
week-end guests of Mr and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Beasley and that he returned Tuesday from in China, Is home here on his YELLOW ONIONS 3lbs. JOe
urubakei of St. Augus- W L. Wall. Mrs. J. W. Kincaid at Kingsley San Uieago California, where he vacation. I r rr

j recent guest of the Rev. Lake. had his headquarters for the past Ixuidlng 1'latform
n. Charles H. Allen Miss Lois Adkins spent the four years while he was in the U. Lawtey's Loading Platform I
week-end in Gainesville as the Mr. and Mrs. Tolbert Black and S. Navy. seems assured. The site has been
t Juanita Pope and Cecil guest of her cousin, Miss Margaret son, Jimmy of Macclenny were cleared and surveyed and actual FANCY BANANAS 4lbse 15e

II of Lake City were guests Adkina. guests Sunday of Mrs. Black'sparents George Flynn, Jr., returned construction I is expected to beginin i,
|,yof Mrs H E. Orr. Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Kendrick Sunday night from a ten day's the very near future. The

Paul Brooker, Jr., of DeLnnd trip to the World's Fall' in New platform has been the center of a Gem Oleo, lb. lIe Bread, 3 for 25c H
-. and Mrs E. J. Dowling arrived Tuesday for a visit with York City, and Washington, D. C., controversey here for several
Sunday in Ocala as guests his uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs.E. Miss Jacqueline Andrews and He was accompanied on his trip months and is being constructed\ Celery each lOc Lettuce each lOc '
J. E. Boyett. R. Miss Mural ,
and :Mrs Struth. Smith will spend this by his cousin, Lucian Gray of mostly of funds donated by Law- i
week-end in Lawtey as guests of Gainesville tey business men on land likewise COUNTRY UOI.l4 IIE.\\\ I"ACI
J..Mitchell Miss Luclle Miss Isabel Fernandez has returned Miss Andrews' aunt, Mrs. Effie donated.

11, and Mrs. J. W.. Andrews to Havana, Cuba and has Miner. Mallory Thomas and two sons, New Service Station BUTTER TOMATOES .
(Tuesday In Jacksonville. resumed her teaching in a private M. C. and Ressle and Miss Lor- The old Lawtey State Bank l"oun.1 No 2 Size: Can $.

school there. Dr. S. Sternberg of Daytona ena Starling.were visitors in Jack- Building la slowly but surely be- 25c 6c
J W Kincaid spent the Beach en route from Ashville N. sonville Saturday, M. 'c. Thomas ing developed Into a modern service -
InJ In Tampa with her par- Mr. and Mrs. II. C. Wall arrived C., wits the guest last week-end and Miss Starling remained to station by Freeman Register, \'I.U.OW: CLING T\nLE (WO!) mtAUfo I fiNo.

Ifr. and Mrs A. C. Durden. Tuesday to spend the remainderof of his parents Mr. and Mrs. N. :spend the week-end In JaCkSOn- Gulf Agent owner of the build- PEACHES FLOUR at

... this week at their cottage on Sternberg.Miss ville with' friends. Ing. Who will operate the com- : 2 1-2 CAn 2& rounds r'15c
IT, Ritch will leave Sunday Kingsley Lake. pleted station is unknown at prevent 1
liforil. Ga. where he will refills 59c
Lois Adkins will leave today Mr. and Mrs W. L. Edwards .
'uudle: at Emory at Ox- Herbert Hall of Arcadia arrived for Jacksonville where she and Frederlcku IMuunnier'it Robbed
daughter, returned -
I Golden 1\I'"hlll1 1 Roses /Self Rising .
Tuesday spend a vacation here will assume her duties as a member Sunday to their home in Jack- Sheriff A. O. Andreu captured
with his uncle and aunt Mr. and of the faculty of the River- sonville after enjoying two weeksat three negroes and is now In search Corn, 3 cans 25c Flour, 5 lb. bag 23c
.' M Mitchell, Miss Lucile Mrs. A. H. Hall. side school. Klngsley Lake an guests of of two others, all of whom are alleged '

|t'il M1' and Mrs. Lorenzo Mrs. Edwards' parents Mr. and to have robbed Plummer'n Cooking oil, Gal. 75c Pure Lard can $3.95 ,
leet n.laughter, MissGrrr Mr. and Mrs. F. F. Flume and Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Matthews !I Mrs. W. II. Struth. Grocery Store here this week The olG

1 ,ivi, returned after daughter Miss Clara Flume: and and B. K. Wltkovskl returned two, C. T. Kittles and Emanuel Salt 2 boxes 5c Matches 2 boxes 5c
fig days in Mrs. Miss Marion Dowling spent Sun- Monday after spending the past Mrs. Jack Williams Misses Ruth McNeil, are expected to be
iTf> oti, gi on KingsleyentaWord day in Gainesville.Mr. two months at their Kingsley and Lillian Sternberg, Miss Mar- brought into custody within the

Lake cottage. garet Pearce, :Miss Lorraine next few days. Sliced Pineapple No. 2 can 12c '
and Mrs. Freck Decker of Smith and Miss Ruth Rowe attended Truck I'lru .
Maine and St. Petersburg were Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Struth and the Delta Tau Delta house A large truck belonging to the

guests Monday of the Rev. and Miss Kate Struth returned Mon- dedication ceremony In Gaines Daylight Grocery Company of 10111.1'11 itreakfast. Tf"Iul..rh..l
Mrs. Frank Robinson. day to their home after spending ville Jacksonville fully loaded with 25c1 I 9
Wednesday night.
Bacon lb. Pic. Hams lb. 22c
the. glimmer ui... their coiuge on__ valuable .*via.._>.*r_hnm/1laM.._u......_., struck _it ,
Mr. and Mrs Fred Blarkburr:I Kingsley;: Lake. Friends, of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. cow two miles south of Lawtey
}.ED Market TO BUY cows and of Tampa were week-end guest:t Garner and !son! Johnny, who have Ion road 13 Thursday night of lust ICH: BOX DISH FHKK
prices on all
paid of Mrs. Blackburn't parents Mr Miss Vonda Inman left Satur- spent the past several months in week, and wan demolished by fire.
frte foes., Flu 0 ODOM,3-31-lyr.p box 247. and Mrs. W. A. Colley day for the University of Alabamain Alachua will be glad to learn that The truck was headed south from Armours Treat 12 oz. can 29c

Tuscaloosa where she will resume they have returned to Starke and Jacksonville and the drivers escaped ,
i PAY 'ASHfor one hun- Mr. and Mrs. Hugo Nordburgof her studies as a member of are occupying an apartment at .

Sushelf of corn if pricedt Orlando were guests Sunday ol the Junior class. the home of Mrs. F. H. Long. ClilcUeii Supper led TopCoffee Tip TopCoffee ,
Mr. and Mrs. J.: T. Quigley and The Ladles Aid sponsored a I
t delivered. J, W. Jordon, lb. I5c lb. 20c ,
box 296 Starke, Fla. ltp Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Scott. Wendell Whetstone of Miami, Mr. and Mrs. It. C. Duford chicken supper in the school cafe- iiI ,
en route to Maryvllle, Tenn., was spent Sunday of last week with teria Friday night of last week.
D 'w( ,red pigs unmark- Mr. and Mra. J. M. Morqus amitwo a recent guest of his brother-in- friends and relatives In Jacksonville -
J Owner please eaU for1' them daughters rMls.* Betty and lay and sister the Rev and Mrs. Returning home with them
jmcean: have for cost of Neva Morqus, of Arcadia were re Charles H. Allen. were Miss Gloria Buford and Mrs d
| advertisement and feed. O. cent guest. of Mr. and Mrs. W, Letie Stilley, who had spent the ;t'NIvEf

tanon Sarke. ltp L. Wall.. Mr.\ and Mrs. I. H. Blasingame preceding week with relatives ? \
returned to their home here Sun- there. ?*
day after enjoying a week's vaca-

NAT SEZ: tion with friends and relatives In Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Griffin were :

9 Augusta, Georgia.Mrs. In Leesburg Sunday afternoon at-
Fighting Is awfully rough on old tending the funeral of Mr. Grif-

clothes; many disputes are nettled R. S. Fernandez has returned fin's nephew, Arthur Griffin. After 'IF' T,-'

without blows. )Most men from Riverside Hospital the service! at the Lee burg Fun- ,
+" the In Jacksonville and her friendsare eral Home they went to the Tav- &
would rather take a little off
glad to know that she is ares cemetery where intermenttook ,
other fellow than fight it out. But gradually improving. place. .

there comes! a time In every man's

life when It's more than he can Friends of Miss Abbie Harleywill Mr. and Mrs H. A. Bishop and

take and he has to fight or else.That's regret to learn that she is son Harold, and daughters Miss VALUES t I
confined to Flagler Hospital in St. Harriet Bishop and Nina Bishop
what in on
just happening
Augustine following an appendec- left Wednesday to spend a few
the other side todayand you can't! tomy performed Monday. days In Ashville, N. C. On their I't'i

blame them. way home Harold will stop over
Mrs DeWitt C. Jones of Gain- at Oxford Ga? where he will en-
i OF TilE TOWN esville en route from a vacation ter Emory at Oxford preparatoryschool.

YNE MAIDFROCKS spent at points in North Carolina, _j *$
was the week-end guest of her

mother Mrs. A. M. Darby. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Green, who
have recently purchased the Os-
12 to 20 and ..
38 to 52 Olin W. White returned Tues- borne property on North Walnut .
day from Lakeland, where he Street, are remodeling and redecorating -
ES YOU HAVE took his daughter. Miss Carol the house and plan to move I

LOOKING FOR e. White tvho. will be a student the into It -in about two weeks. Mr. ,. Begins SaCardaySEPTEMBER
j Southern Col- have
coming term at and Mrs. Frank Lee who

'98 & $2.98 lege. been occupying this residence,

__0 Is Yr --.--- have moved to Lake Butler.
BRANDOLEPROOF Miss Eva Powell returned to her 16th
Miss Vonda Inman returned last
Wednesday after
home In Cocoa r
( enjoying a two week stay here as week to the University of Ala- 1
guest of her brother and later bama, at Tuscaloosa! after spending t tI
I HOSIERY In-law Mr. and Mrs. Charley her vacation here with her

18' U-NE OF Powell. mother, Mrs. Vonda Inman, and I 9
brother, George H. Inman, and In I )
, BE Tallahassee with Miss Nadine Mc-
lltl'\SSlm FOR Friends of T. N. Limbaugh of
KiiI formerly of Starke Cracken. Miss Inman will be a
AND WEAR: Jacksonville I
Junior during the coming term at L
who Is confined to St. Luke's Hospital : Nation-Wide 53rd
9c to $1.15 because of serious Illness, the University of Alabama where

mmm__ r,.. will regret to learn that he Is but she Is active in Y. W. C. A., the ("IANNWERSARY
:' Black Friars and the Wesley
LtRD.y 1 OF NEW es4j slightly Improved.Mr. .
._ Players.
ST COLOR ,e* s yr Re and-Mrs. L. C. Ray returned Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Colley and SALE

PRINTS Wednesday from Jacksonville children enjoyed a family reunion

''I FOR L\KrsG ..eNt0410 weeks, where visit they with enjoyed their son a three and here last week-end. Mr. and Mrs. .l f., Fall Needs for the Entire Family-Sale Priced!
' Colley had as their guests at that
oL DUESSES'A Rev. and
daughter-in-law the time their daughter, Mrs Sam'
EU'a"Eap, L LINE OF I Mrs. Laurie G. Ray. j jMr Gllllsple of Fort Meade; their son I Jf Purchases of-510 or More on EASY TERMS I
IC ) -and !Mrs.! V. B Harrell and Mr.and, and daughter-in-law Mr. D D. and Colley family and. I 4- Savings Well Worth a Special Trip to Jacksonville '
':'.rd children.. Bryan. R"v. and Janet i
children Laurerte and PrUcllia of
j {
I of Mr, H J Purchased Needs Are New Fresh '
t were guests Saturday r-j Winter Haven; heir son and JISpec nHy -Complete
'I -\CV I roll's brother an', tcr-ta-tow: urtttCIIn.law, ) .iirt two children.Mr I
...- It hr'., ;'! ) Dependable Deliveries All Points 1
.' eat! Mi*. ( ul' Colloy, Barb + to
.' 2j"llwhn( at St. Louie( '
I .1 r -:- ', ." .rod: 1 t 1. Jr ,soa-J-law"" ant Flew: Fall C Sa.jg! ? I; C .. L'I Us': Place Your Mail Or,'" for You!
:; ; fl. JsxJWetvw ; !"'I, u$ )(n. Yrr.d
)'r'-1' ; ':! past? .. i' Or ;: ". id In P.M.! ,!
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y,.,m, r: ". t ''l u( '1. .1 :M'. .fW! ? ... .- ..
i c:IA.i ,I b'', J I }In'r. :. l oft Sttsaaisyi; PR! ..,o, tI.1'JONS j'I', ; i ". I IvM1

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'. nv ..r.r ,.. k '.".J' gueatrl (' i.uu I \111),.|' r' *il 1 it ,i- Un'/i:., '

of Mr and Mm W H Struth and Btama'Rcx( oru'Oc: ar the Rex- '
"Jacksonville's Moat Store"I
Complete Department
MISS Kate Struth at Klug ley all Drug Store .Carpenter's! DrugStore I
(Lake. J In Starke. J

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I jllil SECTION r\ ItlXilN: 'fOlUC'OLI.TmST WOKK ON J9IO: : .I I MINUTESThe ItyMrs., L. Gasklns I -- LIVE STATE-- -- E\VS'\ 1

Regular services will be held at'

j County AAA committees are The Bradford County Board of Union Church Saturday and Sunday OCA LA TO GET UNIT :\IEItTln'
'I Public Instruction met in regularHewslon "
now beginning preliminary work the annual meeting( Assurance that coast w
This being r a guard artillery DECS: ,]
COMMON SENSE . I ; in the courthouse Sept. 4. ,
for establishing\ l li \ h'
I time at Union. It was postpone unit .. ""'
antiaircraft tember
n probably an .
I .
The nun
with all members present. i ?,,, ,. ;
tobacco farms
flue-cured according
' t' VIGOROUS AGRICULTURES A LAUNDRY HINT to H. G. Clayton stateAAA t I resignation of two trustees, C. J.. due to the Primitive Baptist Association 'I battery, will be established 1 In I to 96 detfiu II.,J'.h!lierCUI)'

( IMPORTANT TO VERY administration officer. Crews of Brnoker. and Ellery\ ;, holding their meeting: I Ocala was given recently by Brig persons to tin- '"""milJacksonv.il
Some fabrics need u special fin I with Union Church the 4th Sunday 1eR
Sapp of Vanderbilt, was acceptedby Gen. Vivian Collins of the Florida cool \
ish other than starching to restore, The county committees will 1 in this month Friday and Saturday ter "lpa.1 "'
the board, and Ralph Hazen of National Guard at a meeting with!t Bennett. senor metes
of their original appearance afte r establish a normal or base acre before. Therefore the I
History may be only a study .. I Brooker, and Enoch Kelly of city and county officials and the t said Sunday u ",s .. l
A diluted solution for each farm on the basis of church decided to its I th. hour
launcleilng. very postpone
the past, but often It points the age Vanderbilt were appointed by the, JayCees. since the miiirii(),,,,. ,)f !
or gelatin, glue, gum arable: other Annual Meeting which is held at dieted 'lone'' ] but
way out of present difficulties to I board to the respective vacancies. som. ,r"h..J! ,
tranacanth Is excellent ala I factors third in i tueey
or gum: production this church each Sunday showers ,,
The board refunded $3100 to I ro ,
a more secure future. Someone dressing for silks and some oj f r of tobacco, such as the September HAS UNIQUE RECORD minimum ? ?' fueca'

else who has been over the same the finer cotton fabrics such aa, land, labor, and equipment on the by Lawrence mistake Wiggins a ISO for taxes acre tract paid I' There will be a working at Titusvllle,-After serving the' Kiees. it low Wit >::1.n', .' ,'; war TS

road or one slmlllar to the one we organdy/ voile, and net. These farm, and its soil type. land near on Brooker belonging to Union Church Friday, September United States light-house service Sunday than Sara?.' ,?, ''Ie h".
substances are clear and give a State allotmentswill 10f for 30 years without taking a va ) \
National and
are traveling may be able to give H. Li. Hough of Brooker but assessed pith which Is clean-up-day. We -
nice finish to colored fabrics, es not be announced, Clayton'I cation, Capt. O. F. (Floyd) Quarterman. .
to the church -
the for the hope get -
valuable along to Wiggins
us pointers by error :
peclnlly dark cottons and grosgrain sold, until the work of determining ten This refund was cleaned and the yards all I for the past nine yearskeeper ItKKAKSLL |))KU| \G
ribbons, and prevents silk l past years. of the Port When IItl
way. Canaveral .
the normal acreages has been I cleaned up at this time. Then on light- more, t11',
in accordance to a bill passed by '
In emphasizing the importance from appearing washed out and practically completed. Allotment Monday, September 18 another lj I house on South Merritt Island, Is I II made. Ben Frcn. hman teal
the recent session of the legis.infuse. Qf
t. I of a vigorous agricultural people sleazy. figures will not be needed until I working will take place at which I on an extensive vacation. He has will break them i Jr,, lift''
'. existence of a nation, Obtain the arabic from the retired from active the nap' *''
p.. to the very gum after the normal acreages are time the harbor will be built on Just duty. 28-yeai-oid 'i in\! .,
I ,'' R. M. Evan, administrator of the drugstore, but use household gela ready to be adjusted to bring them Minutes of the previous meetingwere the church grounds where services !I on the following >h Wal:0.\: .

I Agricultural Adjustment Administration tin. :Make a stock solution and within the allotments. It la also read and approved with one will be conducted during the association \I MARINES SEEK RECRUITS while drunk h ,? llp Drtl!;
recently cited the case keep on hand diluting as needed correction: R. V .Alvarez was allowed I fcmt
I desirable to obtain the latest information September 22, 23 and coupe drlvlna.1: ,,If" ,.
of Rome. Add one pint of cold water to one on supply and demand 44c per day to transport II I Jacksonville, Captain Arthur tor's license. > lID 0
24. Is invited to these
If I read history aright," he ounce of gelatin ((12 teaspoons to conditions before finally establishing Kirkland children to school, Instead workings.Everyone C. Small, officer in charge of the signs, refusing uiimnK\II,, oroUgb

said, "no democratic nation halt ounce), or gum arabic (approximately the national allotment, he of 22c. I Savannah recruiting station of the commands rtrvmK, 'If'd'' ol'i'!,!
8 teaspoons to ounce) and Mrs. J. L. Gasklns and daughter United States Marine Corps, an- withoUt 'b.
of H. Moore
yet survived the Independence added. On motion of J sec- lights and b.eaks..
heat until It has dissolved, then spent the week-end in Boot- / nounced that sub-stations will be invln, DD
its farmers and the productiveness onded by W. E. Middleton Levy I wrong side ot
? th.
allotments will be I
The farm us
Beach the of friends located this
sey's guest week at
of Its soils. Time and againa strain through a cheesecloth. A Norman was allowed $5.00 per Jacksonvilleand In a 15-mlle-anh, zoneujl
i nation would emerge and thrive 'pinch of borax: added to the sol- ed for next year's Agricultural month for transporting children I and relatives. Raleigh The district em- Ing a car not d

; out of the fresh vigor supplied by tion helps to preserve it. Dilute Conservation Program, and will be to school. W. E Middleton made Everet Jones returned to his braces North Carolina, South name. I iMjj8erei a

its rural areas only to reach a with hot water. the basis of a marketing quota motion that J. E Adkins trans home here last week after spend- Carolina, southeast Georgia and

; : turning point when farms were The quantity depends upon the program, If quotas are in effect port three Hill\ children to Starke : ing the past month in Miami. Florida. A quota of upwards of -- --

depleted of their fertility and of kind of fabric and the stiffness for 1940. School, giving Adkins 16 miles Mr. and Mrs. Edd Parrish of I TOO men has been assigned the Half Price! Ivory pillto ?'

desired. Generally one part of For small farms on which the district as a result of the Presi- formals" 100 for $i
their stalwart people. So far as extra per day. Said motion was Gum Branch were visiting at the (enl't

f I I know, without exception those the gelatin solution to 8 to 15 normal, yield of the acreage allotment seconded by J. H. Moore. On I home of Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Gas- dent's proclamation declaring a Included), usually 59 for II

l+. nations have declined unless parts of hot water; and one partof Is less than 3,200 pounds, motion of J. H. Moore secondedby kina Saturday afternoon. { "peacetime' national emergency." Bradford County TelegrnpbTHE \ .

r, 1 something was done for their agri gum arabic solution to 5 to 10 the allotment will be increased 20 I W. E. Middleton the Board allowed Normally the quota ranges from

culture. parts of hot water make a desirable percent, but not above an acreage i Frank Norman $5.00 per GUM BRANCHBy 20 to 50 men each month I: t

''I dilution. An excess of any on which the yield would be 3- month for at I
; "According to a recent study of transporting pupils
Mrs Kdd: ParrJsh
of the substances will cause a 200 pounds. For new tobacco
Vanderbilt School to to
of the bring
the period, the vigor early
sticky feeling. I farms, on which tobacco will be Starke I 81,209 MALARIA
Roman Republic was sapped by '
Mrs. B. M.
McRae and children
Dip garments, squeeze, and dry I produced In 19.0 for the first
draining the farmers into the It was moved by W. E-. Middle-[ of Pine Level "
the of! ,
inside as rapidly as possible eitherIn time; In 5 years, normal acreage I guest Cases reported' in the U. S. in 19381Don't + f d.r. w O tlw
:, ; Roman legions. The farmer solders a heavy bath towel or before an will be established by the county ton and seconded by J. H. Moore J. A. Harnage and family Friday. i I I lk'i t.clq 'I I Ie

returned to their homes which to pay to John McKinney $5.00 Miss Ella Mae Sapp last Delay
electric fan. Now follow the pro committee on the basis of past spent )
}, were left! in charge of their wives for a pump at Graham. The Board week at Jacksonville as the guestof START 6 6
_. cedure for sprinkling and pressing experience of operators on other TODAY with U
# I"ft "A # : ? I! '
.A .. .A...... .. ..," "A _
.u. ""'""""" a" "' """ unanimously agreed to allow Mr. and Mrs. A. Williams.. 'jiij tI
i '1'' end starched clotnea.LKADKICS farms, and equipment available I OCO C'h'kfll\lalarll\ 7 days. +
found them In decoy, their Mrs. G. W. Rhames 2.00 per Mr. H. Keene of Shamrock ,
-- for tobacco production. The normal ? ; I a $w WN
families moved away. More and month for transporting Leon
spent the week-end here with
I:ItOi": II.OU1IA acreage will be adjusted for re- r
j more the returning soldiers congregated I Griffis' boy. It calla moved by
M r.\KMiK.S: : NOT TO .\LTEU ; nil new farms to equal whatever w.j latives. {
;i in the cities. The farms 'E. Mlddleton seconded E.
"?,' PLANS BECAUSE OF WAlt percentage of the total allotment by Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Sapp spent OUR MILK '
a were bought by or forfeited to Lewis and carried to I
unanimously (
will be available for this pur- Sunday at Sampuon City the guestof JACKSONILLE'S'
; large operators and the social Institutions C. J. POWf.150c\
Dr. \Milmon Newell, state director pose, Clayton said pay per squareto their son and daughter-in-law LEADING
of the farm and the HOTEL
Brooker Roof.
of extension, today joined remove Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Sapp. I
Farmers will be notified of their I
i'.i. form community broke down. A Secretary of Agriculture WallaceIn allotments when deter The Board unanimously agreedto Miss\ Odessa McRae Ct 8 -Uf" Jr o. .m,4....I..,
; large part of the once vigorous they are furnish nails und roof for Water spent << 'J"proo 0101 10 ..
urging Florida farmers to pro mined. farmer who Is week-end with Miss
farm population was congested: in Any dlssat-j J Oak Colored School. Water Oak' Dorothy SUMMER h wadE"""
ceed with their farm plans as If sfted with his allotment '
the cities It was to prevent their School to furnish lumber and lab ""
the outbreak of war In Europe had I man.Mr. .raw.l.
an appeal to have his allotment
action ai mobs that the undent or. and Mrs. Marvin Hubbard I bowtr. toll ants
not occurred. Seldom
Caesars provided bread and circuHe.i. reviewed. The Board adopted the follow- and children of Plant City are I Equalled radio and V.n.!! Commenting on a statement received with ... .
Innmprlna matt and
With the destruction ofRome's visiting relatives maly
ing resolution In regard to roof- and friends here. .
from the Secretary, Dr. I Never lamp. RunnlnQlctwalwonmfffloitropuuit
Independent farming class Newell said "American ItESKKVK TUBES Ing stored at Brooker: Miss Hazel Sapp is spending a Surpassed
4x, It waif inevitable that Rome must agriculture SHOULD UK LEFT It appearing Unit American Oil few days here with her MICU
l Is In a much better
give way to fresher, more virile meet the shock of war positionto than it IN PULP CUTTING and Paint Company failed to per- Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Sapp. parents'l COCKTAIL LOUNGE

peoples. form its agreement under which Mr. and Mrs. Tate PETERSON'S COFFEE SHOP
was 25 The
years ago. very When' cutting trees for pulp-
"Every effort was made during this Board agreed to purchase cer children of the
Rising section
which farmers have
used ,
wood, best practices call for leaving Othtr J.I tawit HiliU
I'1 the days of the Roman Republic adjust production to decreased about 200 trees per acre for tain roofing material, and that were the guests of her parents, DAIRY Hotel ratltn-Outtonoogi OiStfl. .
to( institute Agricultural reforms. this Board suffered great damage Mr. and Mrs H. L. Edwards
demand In
peace-time can be used a later crop, according to L. T.
None of them went to the root of In wartime to increase thereby, and was because of such Sunday.
production Nieland, farm forester of the )
1 the problem and they only post i if and when that becomes advis- Florida Agricultural Extension breech, wholly unable to use said FUNERAL DIRECTOR

poned the inevitable day of reckoning able. roofing material, it is resolved by SUNNY BROOK
Service. the Board that this I FARM My Many Years Experience Makes it Possible for Me to Reads \
"There la little Board l Is not
I likelihood that New pulp and paper mills being Indebted In Ily Mrs Floyd R. CrosbyMr. I EFFICIENT PROMPT and COURTEOUS SERVICE:
"I cite the case of Rome to show any substantial Increase !in production any sum upon this
>ult( In the Southern States are MODERATE PRICES
or impoverishment this purchase agreement, and that I
; i of the Independently of the major crops will be '
buying pine pulpwood over a wide Is and Mrs. H. B. Kelly are announcing DeWITT
payment refused
of their agriculture. desirable and the attorney C. JONES
e ( certainly not In the
near '
y Whatever the cause, destruction future," the Secretary's statement territory, Mr. NIeland says. instructed to contest and : the arrival of a baby 1'1! Starke, Florida
q While the mills take wood as defend litigation relative I boy, Henry Vincent, born Tues
or improverluhement of the independent any
continued. "In any case, the need
small as 4 inches in diameter at thereto. I day, September 5. Mrs. Kelly was i
farm class in any nation for increase In supplies can be anticipated I
the small end of a 4 to 6-foot The Board I before her marriage Miss Bernice
/ the following
Inevitably means the beginning of in time to approved -
ample stick, Mr. NIeland believes It Is recommendation Woods of Jacksonville I I

e I decay any "necessary Increases in acre unwise to cut the small trees or to September: 2, .1939 Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Crosby and SERVICE
The Secretary reminded( American clear-cut stands when they are Bradford County School Board children, Wanda, Mary Alyce, j I I

growing at their fastest rate, even Gentlemen: I Russell, and Anna Ruth, spent

BUSINESS farmers that the present large hough most of the trees may beof We hereby recommend Mrs. :Sunday in Theressa with Mr. and

de--. _eft f'e _.,.. A1 tY carry-over. of.cm.l. .probably! > pulpwood size. Eunice Kellev\ to fill nnnltlnn na Mrs E. Sullivan. memb tltts4m IIIC kwILIIL ....

,, UUI:4L: 1 UK Y muite even larger me total than the JLVOV-IV 1938-39 supply sup- Pulpwood can often be cut from fourth grade teacher--Lawtey-'Junior Mrs. J. K. Kelly and children, '

ply. dense young stands so as to Improve High School, term 1939. Kathryn and Robert Floyd, spent ; f&&

"Supplies of meat animals are > the stands and increase the Respectfully yours, last Thursday in Lake Butler ,

4 expected to be larger next year growth; of the remaining trees. W. F. Moore with Mrs. Kelly's parents, Mr. and

The drink than for this year, and continued frequent cuttings at intervals of W. H. Edwards, Jr. Mrs. A. L. Drlggers. e I

., I- heavy production of milk this fall from five to not more than 10 Mrs. Mary Williams applied fordriver's Mr. and Mrs. Mack Woods and Sunshine Service customers enjoy dependable J elecm! |
k that years will\ yield more wood and license and was refused
; Is expected. Combined supplies daughter of Jacksonville were Service at the lowest rates in history-and both inditiduland J
than because .
more cash returns clear-cut- she is not 21
of cottonseed oil, lard and years visiting relatives here ntu
everybodyknows soy ting. The Board is to instruct Sunday. communities served bv our Company benefit by |

bean oil available for home con Perryman to issue Judge Mrs J. R. Hall and children, "plus] service rendered without cost. For instance- f
General rules the U. S. license
sumption will ,be larger during the given by Mrs.
to MrsWilliams.. H. M. McRae, Mrs. Snooks members of the Sunshine Service organization will:
Forest Service for
rest of this year and 1940 than cutting pulpwood McRae and children of Pine Level '
for 1938. or marking trees to be cut W. E. Middleton made motion
were recent visitors
of Mr. and
5 "The stabilization of supplies of Include the cutting of worked out that action of former Board re- Mrs. L. A.

N meat, milk, and eggs serves also naval stores pine, crooked or poorly lative to buying bus bodies from Crosby i 1.- GIVE specialized assistance in plan

... as a protection to the consumers formed trees, weaker crowned- Shirley :Myers, Inc., be rescinded Raiford Brown of Plant City i "6

i COCA-COLA HOT. CO. against exorbitantly high prices." trees in dense stands, and heavy as time limit has expired and that was here visiting his mother, 9"ning a modern step-saving kitchen.

3' L crowned "wolf trees" over-topping the Board would contract for further Mrs. Ante Brown one day last I

t WE ARE Soil conservation practices are young growth. Overmature, dis- bus bodies conforming to week. I

; PRESCRIPTIONEXPERTS being followed on 80 percent of eased, and fire scarred trees can laws. This motion was carried by -

all farm land and 70 percent of all also be cut. unanimous vote. HAMPTON

CARPENTER'S the privately-owned range land in Trees to be left Include "round" Charlie Johns was before the fly Miss! Ada Nlmmo 2.- SHOW better ways to me electric if

the United States Secretary Longleaf or slash pine, the Board relative to requesting note '

L The Rexoll Store Wallace straightest and best formed trees, for balance of account due. The Mr. Armon of Starke is locating pliances for greatest benefits at lea.t eB '

a'n and tpeea with good thrifty attorney advised that, this could in the Jones Residence on Navar
; not be done at this time. Avenue. I i
INSURE WITII I crowns. Except In crowded'
W. E.
stands, trees under nine Inches in Middleton made motionto Mrs. J. V. Jones has her residence -

JOHNS & WAINWRIGHT diameter should also be left. return note to attorney Brown on Main Street near com-

with notice that Board is not in pletion and Is lighting
FIRE LIFE AUTO LIABILITY BONDS A stand of trees requires thin- market for any more real estate. week. moving into it this I :
ning and
weeding just the same ,

Phone 13 STARKE, FLORIDA as a cotton patch, but normally I second.Said motion Board failed deferred for want action cf a Rev. C. R. Robinson pastor of I if tection of young eyes.

from two to four times more until next meeting.Mrs. the First Baptist Church here'I I

money can be obtained from saw- Hickok was before the : will fill his regular appointment !

timber than from pulpwood, depending -' next Sunday
morning and
with evening.
I request that the Board
FUNERAL HOME upon the size and qualityof consider her application for coun- I, Mrs T. J. Guy and family spent In y 0a
for lightinghome
Full line of C'oakets *: Undertakers Supplies the trees. Holding about 200 ty. nurse. the wek at Kingsley Lake. proper

AMBULANCE SER\'IOE per acre of the thriftiest and best \V|. E. :Mlddleton made Mrs. W. P. Jw1'4.TEST
motionto BIrt
had for
as Her seeing.
DAY ANn NIGHT crowned trees for a future timber I ease
4 put the question of weekend ,
131- employing guest her daughter and
1 -- rilONK: 134 crop will mean extra dollars a ,
nurse off until next regular meet husband, Mr. and Mrs. Ira
; G. II. few from
BENNETT MRT. years now, Mr. NIeland
"A JlO. IE-LIIE INSTITUTION" says. ing in October, with Mrs. HIckok i Mrs. D. W. Swindle Drown.//

., --A to serve until then. Motion lost been with her mother and .

Typewriter ribbons, carbon for want of a second. Mr. Moore at Sears for several weeks returned I 5.- PROVIDE valuable engineering oo PcI

requested that the matter be takenup to her home this week. )I .

n I n THe PERFECT SPREAD paper machine paper second at Bradford sheets adding Coun-/ with. County Commissioners today I Miss Ophelia Bryan one of the I '_ on any projects you II' olanm'allon -

X i i teachers in our Junior High School'
ty Telegrnpn.
1 itA' m g't Offers The County Commissioners and I! spent the week-end with friends'

t School Board had Joint sessions and relatives in Jasper. h h I

tU U This It: W' 7-Tice Fruit Jalce I: BUS North SCHEDCLK Round with reference to county nurs Rev. W. T McGwire pastor of \ THESE "PLUS" SERVICES ARE FREE more than *

R E E Leave Mrs. HIckok was retained for, the Christian Church who has make possible lower and lower elecln
cl' Bev2rcge Set Starke:: 2:45: a. m., 12:33: I yet
rr month of fi
II '_, p. m., 1-50:: p. m., 3 p. m.., 6:15p. : October September Beginning!i been quite \ill has a host of friends they assist in increasing the use of electrit( "> .
". ,.;.- --.-.,-., I m., 10:15: Mm. Mabel Lewis' here who are delighted to know 'tf'
m.South (
-- For Only p. will be employed. Salary 00.00 that his condition Is ay amazingly I cheap I electricity J on :Sunjim":; ,_i

'I == :;; I Bound per month with County Comral I Improving. lines is a E IS Dixie Leave Starke eager
XI : 2:20:
D'' I a. m., 10:20: aionera ,
.. -
: paying JS400
I a. m., 2:20 1. and the and advantage of these and other "plus"' 8e""lrt"
j OIL Coupons ', : p. m. :5:20: p. m. .school board unanimously carried to put many
YIGUA'U paying 3600. The
\Vet Hound to TallahasseeLeave' glass.
O OMAR,GARINE; tatat. /e ... _pal''.', I terms of employment and services I I The SJltt'
--- ... Starke: :5:35: m. arrive Board agreed to allow J. G.
.. ... -, .. p. to be agreed on by the two boards. I Mr. SPENCER, Manager UnMllL
11 rs.u t.l skr M..eas.OaDla I Starke 12:35: p. m. i E. J, Lewis r r Harper to supply gas for :J. E.
requested that
DIXII nOM YOUII .AVORITI CIIC.II TODAY For free pick-up service (with-tlbe 1 fixed In glass [ Adkins bus.
L A&.&. DIX'. I I In city limits) Mott bus to let W E. Middleton FLORIDA

OU'ONI Ar006O way. agent Lacy Con-I I:air Moore in. seconded It was moved by E. J by, Lewis J H I In to October adjourn at to 10:00 meet: A.made first M Monday motion j, POWER/ & LIGHTW caMPUP

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Ity Sirs. L. L. Parker By Mrs Susie GII !lon Respect for law la not helpec i baseball, handball, golf, skating, ,u

much by so many commutation s I or horseshoes will work wonders g''

I METHODIST PRESBYTERIAN EPISCOPAL Announcement has just been Mr. and Mrs. John B. Hlggen- of sentences, or straight-out pa- to a tired business spirit.

Lollrhttootpulor I Rev. Frank Robinson[ Rev. Chas. H. Allen, Rev Fred Yerkea Jr. CHRISTIANRev. made of the marriage of Ails g botham and Mr. and Mrs Albert roles to persons convicted ol f The most popular outdoor"

g, I Pastor Pastor Rector S Pastor V !oil. John ICstelle Spires of Lake Butler tc, Gllsson and children were all dinner crime.A spoils, according to the National

$ euptdYmSch a! I I gen.E. K.Superintendent Ferryman Organist Sunday Ml. Ella School J. Sa Supt.... Sunday School Supt Mr. Inman Harrison on August t guests Sunday of Mrs Jimmie Tallahassee item tells of s. Recreation Association and the

Bch16e .1 of Church ScHool Mrs E. M. Davis James Mrs Ira Wilson 10 in Gainesville. Woodard.Mr., Panama City man being "reliev number of participations in themin

de) ro[ Church 10 A. School M.Morning :. Church School Supt. Mrs. Service Carlisle Sunday 10 o'clock School Mr. and Mrs. Harrison left last D. D. Woodard was a dinner ed of a 30-day contempt of court t 1938 were:

olnl Service Worship Roy MathewsChurch School Sunday School, Worship Service week for a tour of the East Coast. guest of Mr. and Mrs. Evie sentence but he must pay a $10C Swimming, 200.000,000; softball ,

let Tratn1n8n M Evening Service It Worship A. M. 10 A. M. 10 A. M. Every 11 o'olock 3rd Sunday a. m. Mr. Harrison is proprietor of a Johnson Sunday. fine." He was convicted of trying!! 20.000.000; ice skating, 13,000,000; ,

:0e:Service.eo p Service 8:00 P. M. Morning Worship Sundays __ 11 A. M. 8:00 o'clock p. m. Grocery Store. They will be at t Mrs. Callle\ Gainey and childrenof to bribe the foreman of a grand baseball, 11,500,000; golf, 8,000-
IInl Young Pe n>lk'League 11 A. M. Fridays __ 8:00: P. M. Prayer Meeting( jury. Why not remit the $100 I
1000 and handball and horseshoes
home to friends and relatives in ; ,
Wednesday Boatdraln Mr.
9reettngdaY Meetings Chi 7:00 Night were visiting
Sigma : p. m. Holy Days _10 A.
M. fine, too? If he was guilty, he I
,.1 9'OO pM, 7:00: P. M. ---.-..--- 8:00 o'clock Brooker. and Mrs. E. E, Lee Sunday.Mr. 4, 500,000.
Prayer Meeting ought to serve time as well aj Wjhy docs the world work? One ''j'
Planl.t tanoV&olr Wednesday 780; P.M. Well folks Brooker has made Tom Lee has returned home
;; MISSION HALL pay a fine. Then, over In the writer observes that it works "
) : ,
pirectors Mrs. F. M. Lone, GOSPEL TAB.Sponsored : rumen OF CHIIIST quite a change. It used to be after spending some time In De- ;
H. Powell OrganistMrs. Sponsors: i Harry Pickup, noted for its checker but Miami area a man was relieved among other reasons, to earn a ?{
by troit
games Michigan. He got in a bad
Jeannette D. of a short term in jail after conviction 4
('hofrDeecons Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs Pastor chance to play. So long as Americans ,
Klncald Choir Director now it has changed to horse- accident and was laid for
J. T. Quigley J. T. Quigley Bible Study 8 p. m. up of mistreating a boy who have healthy desires to play '
p. gicklilerGhotrrrt Evangelistic shoes. The court being used is some time. He returned home 3
I Service Sermon and The called to collect for
E. K. Perryman, Bible Study, each newspapers and participate in various
tees MIC. each Friday and Sun. Lords Supper!:' 4 p m. the vacant lot between Colson'astore Sunday.! forms
powell Assistant Organist Tuesday evening 8:00: day evening 8:00: evry (Sunday he had sold him. of recreation, they will have more
G and the Barber So
Mrs. Lilly Colman and children Florida will not make headway zest for attacking the problems ) +
-- --- --
if you are tired of what you are were dinner guests Sunday of her toward lessening crime until it that confront them In the office, ; I

METHODIST doing come over to Brooker. It's parents, Mr. and Mrs R. L. )Lee cuts out much sentiment
BAPTIST CHURCH so and the factory, or on the farm.-Lake ,
ob Jones no job to get Borne one to play
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Glisson wvak-heartednesa and sends the County Citizen.

CHURCH NOTESA SERVICES with you. But when sloping if were dinner guests of Mr. and rascals where they belong.-Plant -

you hear terrible noises like a Mrs John Hlgglnbotham Monday. City Enterprise. REDUCE: K.YPItESS: RATES

Iments On Here A large congregation assembledin Preliminary arrangements for fight or ball game, 'don't run it's Mr. Jeff Murrhee of Penny ON ntCIUUKS THIS YEAR !?;"

I Hereafter l the auditorium of the First the coming revival at the Starke just a good game of horseshoes Farms was visiting in this !section POTATOES: INTO STAKCII Of interest to growers and shippers -

Methodist Church on last Sunday Baptist Church are rapidly givingthe going on. Sunday. Announcement of plans of citizens of fresh strawberries in

[ Is war again' Arnr/ea are morning and evening for the services movement momentum. Next At the last P.-T. A. meeting it :Mrs., Sadie Murrhee of Starke of Okaloosa county for establishment Florida is a new schedule of express I 'i

|,ng, The air is filled with I of worship, conducted by the week the local congregation will was voted that the P.-T. A. hold was visiting in this section Sun- of a starch factoryand rates on berries in carlots

Bombs are being dropped I pastor, the Rev. Frank Robinson. swing into cottage prayer meetIngs its meetings on Wednesday be- of stockyards Is another indication that has been provided by Rail- ,

Submarines I After being absent from the for the revival, and continue fore the first Monday. So don't day.Mr.. and Mrs. L. A. Donnley of of the realization of West way Express! Agency to apply on

pleas people organ for two Sundays one of our through the following week. forget. Come and bring your KIngsley Lake were visiting Mr. Floridians of the need of establishing the coming season's movement, H ;

Ling, tn the sea Warships regular organists, Mrs. E, K. Cottage prayer services announced neighbor. and Mrs. Ellery Glisson Sunday. small industries which will S. Harvey, Jacksonville agent

jlockading ports. These will Perryman, presided at the con- for next week are Tues- Friends will be glad to know help; to Increase prosperity: in this stated yesterday. This new car- '
Mrs. Annie Hardenbrook and
ling days No man can tell sole and rendered most beautifully day, Wednesday and Thursday that Mr. Ceyphua Harrell is back section lot express rate Is published in

of us. special selections as well as playIng nights. The meeting on Tuesday home from the Hospital and is children were visitors of Air and Okaloosa is working upon a pro- tariff bearing I. C. C. No. 3524 t
ahead Mrs M. Gliason .
I is Sunday. .r
for the congregational sing night will be held at the home of doing just fine. gram of Industrial development and were made effective on Au- ,,,
914 i heard a great preacher H. L. Miss Gladys Lee has returned gust 1st, 1939. They represent
ing.At Brownlee, that of Wednes- Don't forget there will be stmillar to that of Santa Rosa a,
ere i would never be another the hour the home after spending some time in substantial! reductions in rates
morning pastor day at church and on Thurs- church all this week at the Baptist county following the shutdown
j War Before the year was used his subject "Wanted A Jacksonville with her aunt and formerly effective and are expected '
as : day night at the home of Rev. L. Church welcome. the land and lumber county mill,
a world war broke out. Faith for a Task" In which he set G .Hemingway. Services will be uncle Mr. and Mrs. Dan Boree. which furnished a large payroll to be greeted with much

Iica This nation __ ____..
later --
in .
got -- enthusiasm by the to-r,
forth the idea that the Christianlife held the week of October 24th at I for many years. Our Santa Kosa

Ril stay out this time. Of is a life of faith, emphasizingthe the homes of S. E. Sparks P. M. Boy ScoutsA 10.000( ( FKKT: DOWN neighbors are striving to interest I dustry in this state, he pointed

Jc most Americans uympa- fact that! a true faith will\ be Barefoot, Tom Harding, and on The Plnecrest oil well, on which Industries in the site and rumors ous.I f

'with the democracies and not only a mental state but one Wednesday night at the church .vaa pinned great hopes, has been of a paper mill\ or starch factoryor I In building this new tariff the

| and pray they will win. It of acion as well. which is the annual business well attended and most abandoned at 10,000 feet depth.No name other kind of industrial express company hUll provided
I thing for a man to sympa- The evening service composedof meeting of the church. Two of meeting of Troop No. oil; a dry hole, as oil men termIt. pliant have been heard from time I rates in effect for a 30-plnt crate

I with a prize fighter In the Pinecrest is In the heart of by from 18 to 20 cents from all IIG" ,
special musical selections and the meetings of the last week will 70 Boy Scouts of America, was to time No doubt some .such Industry
I It is another thing for him within shipping points In Florida to all
services. the Everglades, fur south,
singing and a short sermon on be young peoples' prayer held in the Church School roomsof \ soon will be established
It t into the ring and help the carload consuming points in the '
few miles of the coast. It was
These arrangements anticipate 11
the subject of "Seeking Jesus the First Method. Church on The starch factory at Laurel
j fighter knock the other man there If United States and( Canada. The
We Several visitors were present the coming of the Rev. Lloyd Tuesday night, the Rev. Frank thought anywherein Miss., the first eHtabllHhed has
ThlaI not our war. Florida would be found oil adjustment represents a reductionof
who will be the evangelinlin an
at the morning service among ] Robinson Scoutmaster, having proved a boon to farmers who can
inlookers 50 to 5(5( in the
from cents
them being the Rev. Dr. J. F. Bell, the local revival, which win charge of the meeting. pool which BO many fondly believe raise yarns for cash sales to the I
should build a follows Gulf coast .round. hundred pound rates that were In
erica up start October 1, and continue
a retired preacher of the Florida( Games plant. This section of Florida Is
were played
I and beginning Texas.It effect on lust cason'lIshipments.Thill .
of Christian patriotism roan
through October 15th.
Conference. The Rev. J. T. Guy admirably suited to cultivation of
at 7:15: conducted by Senior Patrol
voluntary revision in carload -
ack to the old time pilncl- also a retired preacher and a In the absence of the pastor, Leader Enos: Hayes. After the did not "come in" at Pine- sweet potatoes and there Is little rates is indicative of

gof right and should take ad- !, member of this Church was also who is leading in a revival meet game period the meeting was called ?rest and (he ,many thousands doubt t that I a starch\ factory would the desire express of the express company 4
ge of this opportunity present and led the morning; ing at the Brooker Baptist church to order by the Junior Assist of dollars the deep !hole cost were proHper. There may be room for to cooperate with the strawberry M

rugged Christian char- prayer; Dr. Bell pronouncing the this week, the local pulpit will be ant Scoutmaster Frank Robinson futilely spent Like all other more than one with all of the and in fostering

We should call upon God benediction.A filled by the Rev. G. K.:: McGauley, III, at which time the Pledge of drillings for oil In this state. It available acreage in this section. growers and expanding shippers the berry produc- I( ;N'
Jp! us fulfill His purpose for Is to the oil men, d
church and disheartening t'cnsucolit News-Journal.
of the Brooker
cordial invitation to our pastor Alleglence and the Scout Oath and In Florida and also Is evidence of t ((1
jriation In this time of uncery Moderator of the New River Baptist but we would wager a tidy sum --- ---.AMERICNM
members and to visitors is extended Laws were repeated by the troop. IU intention to continue to retain N Nits
| and blood. that other holes will be drilled, '
Association. The local pastor AND RECREATION :
to any of the services of- The Scoutmaster then gave a brief position as an Important car- r
fered church. Come and will return for the evening service talk the work of the for hope is hard to still.-Braden- '
by our concerning rier of this valuable traffic, Mr. ? ; .l
e writer has been in England, I and continue his series of sermonsof ton Hearuld. Americans like outdoor recreation t
worship with us and assist the troop. Harvey Pointed Out.--Plant City t
feany, France and Poland. the the Lord's Prayer which have -A- M *AMMV The year 1938 was a banner
'Church in carrying forward Electric had been Enterprise. ,
i spirit of the Polish people been attracting such widespread telegraph keys All Men Are Liars year for participation in these

jclally impressed him. I haver program of the building of the attention and attendance. The set up in the patrol rooms and In "Folks," said the colored minister sports and this year we seem to TRAIN SCIIICDULU y

| preached the Gospel with Kingdom of God. evening service will be followed by the main assembly room. This I "the subject of my sermon be going better. Following Is the schedule of

|(er joy than I preached It inind. Prayer meeting service Is con- I the ordinance of baptism. equipment wall purchased by the I this evening am 'Liars.' Now, Play Is good for the health of trains arriving here dally, subject ',
I found there all the ducted on each Wednesday even- troop to help faclllate the learn- in the
re- first tell how
me many
Promotion Day will be observedby the nation, for the morals, and it to change without notice: j
7:30 o'clock. We urge ing and use of the Morse code and )
Ing at :
that rend the 20 th
us liberty we enjoy congregation has ,
In Southbound Due 8trkeNo. ,
the Baptist Sunday school on puts one shape to produce more
mid- to familiarize the members
at these with
irica. I carry now on the wally your attendance Sunday. September 24th with all chapter of Matthew?" work when he Is refreshed from 1 (local) ..___. 10:33: p. m
half hour services of sing- the sending and receiving of messages -
memory the picture of the week Other activitiesof new assignments of teachers being by wire and wireless.In Nearly every hand in the audience the worries of the daily routine of No. 107 (through) ... 9:21 a. m. rk
of men and women andg ing prayer. was raised Immediately. affairs. one's to the Northbound Due Starke
made tentative to election by the Keeping nose
week Included the attend- I the future all requests from,
people who crowded the the first Sunday in October All memo "Dut's right," cried his reverence grindstone all the time could No. 2 (local) ____4_? 6:15: a. m.
the the and all orders
patrol rooms
lugs and some of them stood ance by the Young Garfield-Evans bers of the Sunday school are urged from the leaders will be gent and "You Is just the folks I hardly produce the desired re- No. 108 (through) ____ 6:18: p. m. a
of the
jfight hours to hear the simpleel Church to be present that Sunday.A want to preach to. Dere am no sults. A vacation! now and then, Btarko and Wannce llrunch ) ,
received these sets the
held In Waldo on on during
> story Those people did League Union of girls representingthe 29th chapter of Matthew!" I a fishing trip, attending or par No. 101 leaves Starke 7 a. m. j
Kwanr Thursday evening. These Union group period of the meetings. The date
wanted p
They peace, -- -
Ithey did want to live In a I meetings are held monthly for the Starke YWA are planning to of the Court of Review was announced UP

ptry that emphasized the !! Young people of our church be- attend the banquet and houwe- to be held on the nightof I

I the of 12 and 23 in- party in Jacksonville on September the i 23th: In t the Church Schoolrooms i
that tween ages
> we value in America. |
I clusive. All young people urged 22, an annual affair directedby ; the court of Honor will be 1
ere are things worse than the State Young Peoples'
I attend.In I held in the Duvul County courthouse
horrible as war Is. "Peace to the : Leader. The pastor's wife who Is In Jacksonville on the nightof |,

lay price is wrong. Jesus said these perilous times to lead the evening devotional for the 28th. Several advance-'

Idld not come to give I Church will be able to reflect a will them.
peace affairs the group accompany ments will be made at thIs time ]

a word "Nobody ever cusses mighty Influence upon the The local YWA has been assignedthe both by rank an I by merit badges.

church, the pastor of a little ] of the world If it is adequately Invitation ceremony, which Is I
I' Further interest exhibited ,
ph said one time. "If you will |' backed by its members and those an important and outstanding was
in the willingness of the entire
f a revival, preach the old-time j: interested in the bringing aboutof feature of the houseparty.
not on- troop cooperating in the makingof
ll'el' set { better living conditions
up a mourner's bench, i I The Starke BTU has today invited
banner in the
] turn on a spiritual light in ly in this land in which we live this a year openation
each BYPU in the New Riv- of the troop. The present Y
they will but in the world in general. There-
to cussing
go your Ii Association to be their guestsfor
"' welfare and for er charter for the troop will expire
fan.. fore for your own
of fellowship on
civilization it an evening In October and the membership
he world hated Jesus the the welfare of our the the night of September 21st. Loc cards for every boy will also expire

ce of Peace because His pres-I is essential that Increasingly\ in the/ lives I I al arrangements are In charge ofa ut this time. However due r w)4'I '
Church find a place
lighted up the corners of sin This i special committee, and a large to the smooth operation of the
hlch men lived. It showed of more and more people. of local and associational
up I regularly crowd Troop Budget plan all items of
by I
character of the men that can be accomplished ,of members is expected. the budget will\ be met by this

iM Him They hated Him. They I attending the church friends your ---. time and the operation of the ) GENUINE WORLD-FAMOUS
Him choice and by urging your
>n a cross. In our agedo likewise. So on Sunday GRAHAM troop will continue. The boys ,
to do
no'' need Christian pacis of the day to ICy -Mr-! L. C. Smith have -cooperated In an excellent
make it the
W> need consecrated, church way in making it possible for the
'it filled. divinely anointed attend Church- needs- Mrs. B. A. Carter and daughter Scoutmaster to have this information :

Shun ministers and laymenwill ,feel can best meet your Jackie of Norfolk Virginia, is and the annual dues Into ;! e S

nand for the truth of the but go to church Sunday. spending some time with Mr. and the Scout National Headquarters ,

Ie ""ven It it means bloodshed 1111441011.11.1. .AM Mrs. D. A. Casey. on time and without having to H I if i

mar.vrdom' No Christian UEltS.U"I.F.The Mr. and Mrs Horace Cain are make any additional levy on the I i

rIght' to support with his T.\of the Book of Ephe- the proud parents of a baby boy boy for money. Many of the :

e)1' influence any cause I study concluded at the Mla- born September 6th. boys have paid In advance for the '' KI1\\\ U b

floored bv: the devil. We have slans was last Tuesday Mr. and :Mrs J. A. Graves returned balance of the Scout year. The ,
,. Hall Bible Study
maxi Christ Mon
"Him Scout ''
only"should Inter- Monday from Daytona Wolf Patrol Leonard Smith'
: There wan- 0
serve night. Many have leach I after spending some time patrol leader Is the first entire'

can imagine that Home of esting group present.benefitted by these there with relatives. patrol of the Troop to have every ,

qe wonderful Christians I saw said they were The children took a Mrs. L. D. Easterllng and child- member already paid up In due ',

Poland studies. and also ren and Mr. Summers of Gaines for the entire year. The Bat'
have probably already I special part in the singing ville were business visitors to patrol lacks only one member of

1 sacrificing their blood on ther the Scripture quotations.the Starke Saturday. having accomplished this, while !
offered for 90
ol their country and trying Special prayer was Mr. and Mrs J. A. J. McKInneywas the Mohican and Panther patrols'' WHpt THE U.S. LOVE '

Preserve for their children the I sick.Paul his letter to the visiting the Rodeo at Kings- are nearing the 100 percent goal. '' OTI GIYES YlOU AS

derful liberties this nation has. in closing struggle ley Lake Labor Day. Registration' ) for the new Scout E

In t Ephesians tells us of the Mrs. Mattle Griffin Is visiting year will be forwarded this week.A .
l to America owe it to our child with the unseen powers of Satan In Washington( D C. meeting that will be of interest ee 1K IPM $ 6.00-16 ti ll

haM down to them the Hbe and his kingdom of darkness. Mrs. Ruth Tipton of the Col- to the Scouts and all the 1 blie did
')' '>ur nation our fathers "For we wrestle not with oney Farm at Gainesville was people of our community who ed b.Ck. WITH YOUR OLD TIRE '
ded down to us and we Chris- and blood but with principalities dark- visiting :Mrs. Aileen Call Tuesday. have Known their willingness to Sw
ns' alHt, with the rulers .- .- -
'owe it to our children powers -- cooperate with the Scout programwill
hand 'dawn' to them the faith ness of this world with Adding machine paper at the be held In October to Institute :j
(''Ut in high places. The : (whit, NJseafla,6ghth kitHtrrun ) e+
wickedness Telegraph.File '
fathers living still In spite a Bradford County the beginning of the new Scout' M g),
of Satan as '
blood fire and sword and aatc popular conception horns andhoofl ( folders at the Bradford year. Further details of this I a i4Na
: pOUat1
modernistic opposition. all red.'with tall is un- County Telegraph. meeting will be announced shortly g
and a I 1 through the column of the Tele Pee easeeed '
and the relic of Medieval Mr W hiLE: : 'i': l'ilzt: PRICE: .
crlptural today Is thelr dependence I graph. k
BEASLEY Ezekiel he Christians .
In s ---
& GAYService superstition their own strength to Your continued support and interest _._ 4
1.7-19; ; ;
having been per I' upon $6.10 ,1.J0.21 $6.25 ;>
t:;: ::8 described as their spiritual battles. With I in the advancement' of this i Iy ,
was fight
he ,
Station fect in beauty In the day Testament defensive armor of God we can 1 troop is earnestly requested and I j .1.j 0.21 $3.60CONWAY'S : \ .50-20 $6.0()

created. In the New win battle against Satan end 1 arged. Let's make Scouting mean "
him- any
Washing it says that he transform hosts. I more and more In the life of our 'iOO-16 $13.1j; f.50.11i) __ $10.80 ',l'.
his his
Polishing, I angel of tight,; and ,
'elf into an rtKKNACLK I community during the coming I V
GreasinA'-.ctandard; I ministers into ministers Regular services were held at year We can most effectively

I Tabernacle lat Friday on-: I do this by continuing to BOOST
Oil to batI the STATIONSTARKE a
Products It la impossible I nights. Interest U In. SCOUTING.

forces alone. So Paul Sunday .. .
tie these creasing In these services. Next -- ------- -- -

admonishes us to "Be strong there Zlppltt- --the brief case with a
b Greasing Jobs are done of His Friday and Sunday nights FLA.
; the best the Lord and In the power armor will\ be some special services at tipper fastener -at the Bradford ,
grease money whole
n buy might. To put on the County Telegraph. ...
danger for the Tabernacle. ""'<1"W' "- -----
-- of God. The

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(Continued, from Page One) (
-- --- LATE Continued
p b.r. hed-'Veekl on Fridays and Entered as Second Class PS TO CLASSIFY 01 and seven-eighths mills for all could not be Page 04

Matter at the Post Office at Starke. Florida I state and county purposes except court The reached OUlIid
-- -- I think that all the newspaper property Included In one of the awarded PerrYblanl''
-- -
ME13EIZLORIDAPRESSASSOCIATION I folks who were members of the four sub-school districts where Lodge $2.000 and the tda j
I Press party visiting the New sub-school bond levies are neces- site was The balance
York World's Fair for "Florida' sary, as compared with 58 and who had owned by S J Inez C<
I Week" ceremonies will agree that seven-eighths mills levied on the ernment her agreed 10 <":i
-A 3etaoaAd ?Cottda' the highlight of the trip was a I same property last year, a decrease buildings for corner" proper)
1 Manhattan and of 7 mills $4.000. prket
E. L. Matthews____-____________ _______Editor and Owner night flight over I factory to the Work
._ .._. __ .._ ___ ___ n._ __ the Fair. I Another Important factor'' that court decisions made Agency',
As guests of Eddie Rlckenback- will lower most taxes more than cost more than the
SUBSCRIPTION RATE er we were taken from our hotel is indicated by the 1 mill Increase hence the anllClpat,

Yearly, $1.50; Six Months, 75c-Payable) In Advance / GOOS FINE*HOS/ANDFAMKtf" R'I.It'll" Martinique, Broadway at 32nd, In is the general lowering of property satisfactory new cho"rparemly | O'i i
NOW BEN6MANUFACTURED private motor cars to the Newark values by the County Tax It is pointed to all
Rates 'Mo' itxTnivff
Advertising on Application out
!'AMENTJ alrprot where we boarded Eastern Assessor. "Most of the valuations location is that thet
8A WATER/ AilY AN' A/ACOAL. Air Lines "Florida Flyer." I I I in the county were cut aI I very desirable centrally Situated(

During the absence of the editor, this column will The trip from the hotel to the little this year," Tax Assessor. near Starke's nelghborbOOj business

be devoted to editorials from other new paper airport, via the Lincoln tunnel Hayes said, "which will further I with adequate parking, L!'
decrease taxes. facilities
and over velvet superhighwayswhich On
O F THEcIeRETTES RETAIL PRICe' Of PQACTCAUf I for a distance skirted the The sub-school bond levies in corners are a chuff Wo''
HOLD YOUR HATS I *4cr COSTfVKMCff river to afford a magnificent view I two districts were'lncreased. District Club, and a hotel while
Or fOPUtA MANPl 5 '114 (MQIANP.rue of the Manhattan skyline, was \ : two, Hampton, was increased the City Hall and the near
Well, it's happened. The war, which many speakers and| D ineATrr nets
'1'11\ self a thrill, but nothing to It-I from 12 to 16 mills making the ness district.
writers have said could only mean the end of civilization, is 'It.:!: E pr"Y/ pare with the actual flight. total levy 67 and seven-eighths According to, an ,

here. I h .r For some of our party it was a I mills; district three, Starke, was made by the pos.offic. depTr

Civilization is! a tough baby. It has survived many Y Q'I "first flight" and they were a bit increased from 6 to 8 mills, making several week ,,KO, tentative
I nervous as they took their seats the total levy 08 and seven- ings of the new
severe crises in the past. This id no time to abandon> hope I! and were immediately strapped In eighths mills. Even with these I. been approved land bids building will ,

for I by the attendant who cautioned increases, property owners (except -. the market next December

it.It's I r '890 rise I TOwy them not to smoke until after the homesteads) will save 3 considered most likely list '
a curious feeling:, setting on the sidelines at a time take-off. mills in Hampton district and 5 building will be of red brat

like this. The writer, thinking not much was likely to hap I Tax-ing down the field, the giant mills in Starke district. Home- though mentioned white stone has also
stead must these taxes as
''ship turned for the take off, theI owners pay a Construction
pen over the week-end, left Quincey last Thursday afternoonfor Up! I motors roared as they warmed up, however, as they are for bond lblllty.
a few days rest and visiting in Jacksonville. Along about I 90lrlG and then before anyone knew it purposes. They will be 21 mills This project fol', Starke( I i
ANA IN i 1690 GOJERNMENT! and 13 mills for result of fourteen
9 o'clock Friday morning the newsboys started yelling ex ('OLOI IIAL TINlf4. SPENDING, ABSORBED T/ we were off the ground to look Hampton and years of f:
a' 7l ., by
CARVE woooe9elpPL.1 INCOME, Starke districts respectively. Congressman R
down on a sight which, once seen
tras under the hotel window "Poland Invaded Cities WAS PLACED!: IN 1919 IT ABSORB Green to give
O"ErH1i! FRONT POOR /'s WHILE TOPAV 'IT IfDenmark's could never be forgotten. I District six, Lawtey, will have Siarke and i
Bombed." On went the radio. German troops marching in. A4 A SIGN orhOSfMTAUTy ford County a new
__ OVEH.35 ".1 Leaving Newark, we glided over I the same sub-school bond levy as Federal t
Warsaw bombed. Parliament summoned in England. New ; the Statue of Liberty while greater last year, 13 mills, making the I other lug Starke places l is In smaller than i ,
mobilization orders in France. For a while it seemed wholly was not in 1914-1917, that the stronger this nation is, the New YOrk In a blaze of glory total levy 64 and seveneighthsmills I Federal buildings but his wi

unreal another Orson Welles invasion from Mars. Thenit better chance it has of staying clear of the war. lay fairyland stretched of light below and, a color.veritable Invisible !' except homesteads, which I his brought this building to st ;.

began to sink in. motor cars, distinguishable l will be taxed 18 mills (the sub- the home town He should re'
You know the felling when you board the car of a roller There is no question where the sympathies of a vast only by their headlights, could be school bond and the county road people in Bradford appreciation from
bond levies.) The only other district county for ,
coaster for a thrill-first, slightly artificial gayety to hide majority of Americans lie in this war. There i is, however, a seen great making arteries their of traffic.way along Speed-the with the sub-school bond achievement. ConKiessmanG

nervousness you can't help but feel ; interestedly looking! vast difference between sympathy and a desire to participate Ing trains were visible in all\ directions : taxes is number 18, Brooker, and expressed himself as being

around at the countryside as the clanking chain hauls your bloodily. Whatever responsibility we have for the mis looking for all the world here, too, the levy remains the 1 felt pleased that with it the new location

car up the steep incline to the start of the ride ; the "Hold I takes of the Versailles treaty has been more than overcomeby 'I' as like we illuminated gained altitude caterpillars more, and dls-I levy same,, ,69 18 and mills.seven-eighths Total ad valorem'mills; 'l purposes of would tinGovernment well senP''I

Your Hats and Don't Stand Up" sign, which leads you to put the aid we have given in the futile attempt to help Europe I tant areas came into view until homeHtendu_.,_ -23- mill.... I patrons of the officer

your hat under one leg and hope it won't be crushed too far reconstruct itself in the years since 1919. the great human anthill of seven The following table shows the amount of the taxes per jJ

out of shape; then the moment when the car gets to the top, We have no moral obligation to fight in this war. millions souls lay visible below us assessed valuation in each of the four bonded sub-school district,

and tips, and halts for a fraction of a second while you look We do have a moral obligation to work in closest har as The a magnificent Battery and"City lower of Manhattan Light. These In the figures rest of do the not county apply where to homestead there is exemptions no sub-srhool bond i

down the sheer drop of the first hill and in spite of yourself, 1 mony with the governments of other nations in this hemisphere with its stately group of District: Taxes Last Years Thin lear: wi

you: clench your teeth and your stomache feels funny, and ] not yet involved in the war,' to preserve Western towering buildings were easily Hampton, number two J709 $6.79 i

you tense yourself and try to tell yourself that it's just as j sanity. The feeling of intimacy with the Latin nations ofi Identified while midtown. Times Starke.-Lawtey,number number three six 6.49 5.99
Square Rockefeller Center and __ 7.19 6.49
safe as it can be. America is far greater in Florida than in most parts of the' the Empire State Building, all\ ablaze Brooker, number eighteen 7.69 6,99

Millions: of people all over the world, in the countries not C country. The Spanish tongue is a familiar visitor by radio. I' of light, were recognized.As All others 8.89 519

immediately involved, have been feeling just that way these! Perhaps the greatest contribution we can make to the we cruised along I realized taxes Homesteads for bond, as and explained bond interest above are subject only to ad val I
last few 1 world, at this juncture is to do everything to that no one has really seen New payments, under the Florida ,
days. In the countries involved, there's no pretenseof possible promote York in a manner to realize and i stitution. The next table shows the amount of taxes per |io
safety; they're in for it, and they know it, and the certainty I I the feeling of nearness and friendliness among the appreciate its size and grandeur, 'eHsed'valuatlon in each of the bonded sub-school district in ,

helps absorb the shock. It's no roller coaster to them. ,,;American nations. until they have viewed it as we'. ,the mL h rest L_of_ the county. _where there are no sub-school bond t tinese <
But for the rest of it did from the air by night. Itj i :iigures apply to homesteads: ) only
us, seems as though the world was I District: .
was the most Inspiring sight J Taxes Last Year: ThI.ellr: S u
Those who call the tragedy of the end of civilization I'vei
starting slide Europe Hampton,
on a big toboggan that might lead anywhere. ever beheld and one that will always number two $2.70 $2.10 t
Keep that sign at the start of the roller coaster ride 3 in I have not studied history diligently. .At every crisis remain Imprinted on my Starke number three 2.10 1 30
mind: since mankind began to develop some faint beginnings of in memory. Lawtey, number six 2.80 1.80
telligence the long-faced defeatists And the Brooker number eighteen 3:30: 2.30
have been shouting the amazing wonder of All others
same sad warning. Glancing back over less\ than two centuries modern aviation was likewise The 1939-1940 permanent budget for Bradford County as ado'
brought home to us as we sat
of civilization's long history, we can find warnings I there in comfortable by the County Commissioners September 6 is as follows:
What does the war mean to us, aside from the danger that its end reclining GENERAL FUND
was near because of the American revolution; of:I seats, surrounded by every lux-
that we may get dragged into it? the temporary Napoleonic triumphs, of the, Franco-German(I I I ury and convenience, with atten- Salary Salaries Clerk County Circuit Commissioners Court J18 f' 0

It means a good deal more than something exciting to I war; of the beginning of the World War; of the rise of Japan I'tive insure flight stewards ever alert to Sheriff Attendance on County Commissioners ;

listen to over the radio and read about in the newspapers.It The new war is only another set-back; it is not the end. ment, serving our comfort iced orange and enjoy Juice Attorney for County Commissioners 0'

is impossible to make any dependable, detailed fore' Mankind isnot more cruel for killing women and child. adjusting our seats pointing out Commissions Commissions and Fees County Tax Assessor W,

cast of what it will do to prices, any more than it is possibleto ren with bombs from the air than for slashing them to deathwith below buildings and locations of interest Maintenance and County Fees Court County House Tax Collector W1*

forecast accurately what an earthquake will do to a specified swords, as has been common in war.as-far,, back as recorded brought asur them in view.speeding ship Janitor 5<

building. All we know certainly is that there will be history goes. It is discouraging that we have not advanced 'I Any fears that we may have Lights Insurance, Fuel and Water 6'

great price changes and that they will be distorted-that' i is I farther than we have; but this is no justification for,J felt prior to the take-off quickly Incidentals 3oj 611

to say, all prices will not move in the same direction at the any downcast assumption that we are retrogressing. vanished as we Journeyed through Supervisor of Registration ]
same speed. space, for the roar of the mighty Expense of Elections 1,0(

Most economists appear to feel that wheat will go up,, It was suggested in this column last week that the United in motors the cozy, only cabin faintly were audible steady with and i I I Administrative Legal Advertising Supplies and Expense and 2*'

cotton and some types of tobacco down. Shade tobacco may States will be able to give greater aid to the preservationof rhythmical and our pilot and copilot -,I Indexing; Expenses. !'

not materially affected. Costs of building will rise. Cloth our ideals of how men should live if it stays out of this young men alert, confident, Court House Furniture and Fixtures 0

ing, especially shoes, will be higher. Rubber will skyrocket. war than if it goes in. steady handled of the hand great and ship keen with of eye the Fees and Costs Clerk Circuit Court 4l

Oil if its sale is not too greatly restricted, will be more ex.l I The frantic footwork of the European powers last week I ease you or I would exercise In Inquests Maintenance(Cor.Jail) (Repairs) -" **'

pensive, as will most 'metallic products. Fertilizer will cost i i as they sought to shrug off blame for hostilities after war handling a car, to generate a feel. Furniture and Fixtures for Jail 1

more because of the demand for nitrates for munitions. Corn I became inevitable, should re-enforce this point. Hitler was I Ing Flying of safety about and 180 security. Insanity Inquests or Inquiries w
miles an hour I "
General 2 !
will rise, probably carrying hog prices up with it. Stock and ] as anxious as Britain and France to blame the other side for at an altitude of 2000 feet, we 'Operation Welfare of a ',*J
bond movements are problematical. There is no assurance I everything; in short, he recognized as they did that the I cros ed--the habor, followed Man.I Contingencies and Emergencies '

of general wage increases.In opinion of the world is important. As a neutral, the United hattan the river uptown to turn east across, Payment of Outstanding Indebtedness x:J;

short, living coats in general will tend to rise with no States can be a leader of world opinion and.as such may b I grounds which and make could for be dlstlngu-1 the Faire I Donations on Relief to WPA and other Governmental Organlziiiions 28"

certainty that income may be expected to rise with them. able to ease tomewhat: the cruelty of conflict, and at the end Ished in the distance some ten Projects

to help prepare a decent peace that will permit men to live miles away as a masterpiece of I Total J1S5"
Long term investment.in industry already has been dis decently side by side. modern illumination Its varl-col- FINE
couraged so greatly that the war probably will not add muchto ored searchlights swept the night Salary and Fees & FORFEITURE FUND $ r
As a warring nation, our only contribution to the sky to throw rainbow Prosecuting Attorney .
the degree of discouragement. There will be a construe peace colors on I' Fees and Costs County '1
would be to participate in it fleecy white clouds,
as one of the interested partiesand while the Fees and Costs alx'
tion boom to produce plants that can pay for themselves great exposition Sheriff
we found at Versailles what that amounts to. buildings stood Bailiffs a
quickly by manufacturing, goods brought into sudden demand It is out In relief, each bathed In glows Sheriffs
I by the war, but with the future clouded no one is like' a fearsome possibility that, as war goes on, we ma Ing colors as reflected from innumerable Guard at Commission Jail on Fines Collected .f\

\ ly to want to invest funds in projects that would only produce which find ourselves in a position, such as that of April, 1917, tubing. flood lights and Neon Fees and Costs Constables iV
peace with honor impossible. 4SJuror's
We must be Witness Fees
p important dividends after many years of effort. I And as I sat In
peace and <'
II I ready and able to meet such a crisis if it comes. enjoying the comfort Payrolls
thrill and
-:; I Unless war literally is forced on us, however, our course I of thiswonderful sight I thoughtof beauty Other Feeding and Care of Prisoners l\$
The relief picture be changed greatly. Booms i in should be clear as this crazy roller coaster continues its the great cities of Europe; Reserved Law for Enforcement Expenses la

> some industries will offer employment to thousands. The breathless journey: London Paris Warsaw and Ber Traffic Patrol Contingencies ts'

t! shortage in skilled labor which already has been felt will become HOLD YOUR HATS AND lin which the papers told us were
STAND UP. "blacked out" with
i, more acute, and there will be presented the paradox of -Gadsden County Times. cringing fearfully in bomb inhabitants shelters Total $1,9.1,

( a demand for skilled workers while hundreds of thousands because greed, selfishness and AGRICULTURAL FUND $1.1a
t on the relief rolls cannot find jobs. "AT A TIME LIKE THIS" hate had gained the upper hand. 'I, Agent's Salary _.__
tried to
picture New
But the relief rolls may be less attractive to many thous I Fortunately, the President has already shown himself slmlllar circumstances and York shuddered inI Total *l'K
ands of men as the realization dawns on them that if this to be at his best when the future seems most dark. Possibly at the thought praying that Mother's Pension MOTHER'S PENSION FUND $I.*;

f, country should be pulled into the conflict, they would be I I It is too optimistic, yet it is pleasant to believe that he !the he day brilliant.would torch never of come when I Allowance _

r drafted to work at whatever might be needful if they wereI foreshadowed his new self th e other day, when some timid must be "blacked-out" and LIBERTY American Total SLg'

:' not in condition to go into the armed forces. There would bel l soul warned him of possible political repercussions of his hearts beat, beneath ground, 'County ROAD & BRIDGE MAINTENANCE FUND $9

no more of the business of allowing persons on relief to say peace appeals. a tattoo of hate and fear of ft'l.1 Road & Bridge Maintenance JT

I I[ what kind of work they were willing\ to do, which has beenevident I "At a time like this," he replied rather angrily, "we low man. Total $34:"

I in the larger cities if not to as great an extent i in I can't stop for that sort of calculation."- .Tampa Times. !( /Zgs/-Baptist '" i Interest ROAD and AND BOND INTEREST& SINKlNt: F't'.1195'' '

small cities and rural areas. Services will be held at KIngs- Sinking requirements _"

I Radio Sales Up HarjJ!, Mayes Radio l !ley Lake Baptist Church Sunday, I Total .'s54!
Whatever booms and boomlets may develop, govern-I i! The current Western ( September IT, at 10:30: o'clock
European war may I Auto, Austin RACE TRACK FUND
Conference !
mental expenditures are not likely to decrease materially. ': be depressing many forma of I Winkler and Stem' Garage 'day night. will be in cession Frl- Amount payable to Board of Public Instruction _
September 15.: ;
If there are savings in relief costs, there will) be increases business! but for the radio it has I Starke's businesses Belling radios I members are urged to All tt'6
inl attend $
defense appropriations. It is generally realized now, as I been a real sales booster, end I I report a substantial increase in i! these meetings. Total
good free [
advertising at that radio sales In the past month. I J, L, Silcox: Church; Cl rk. Grand total of f136d"
county evpeiuies for 1939-IMO

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