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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 22, 1939
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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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>.
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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH





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tabhshcu II- ; we should quietly hear both .ide. Goethe E. L. Matthews, Editor and Owner

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IE .1"'Tl'-ONE STARKE, FLORIDA nun\\-, SEPTEMBER: : 22 1939
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ERENDUM ON!I WILL STARKEITES THE U. EXPRESS S. ENTER OPINIONS THE WAR?- COMPROMISEOF BUDGET BOARD- FIRST GINNEDThe COTTONIS CCCCAMP ._-




940 TOBACCO I and Taking threatening its cue aspects from the the grave cur- not many be were called statements answers, that but can are CITY TAXES HALTS BUYINGOF first bule of Sea Island cot- AT BROOKER ,i

rent European war is causing to given here to illustrate the uncer- ton to be ginned at the local cooperative -

rise over our own country (namely tainty Is feeling this year was turned out
everyone today,

EXT T MONTH pathy: the we almost feel 100 for percent England sym- contain and others obvious are and not answers thought-pro-but ENDS OCTOBER 11 FREESERUM weighed Tuesday 322 mornIng.pounds, The which bale is READY OCT. 1 .!

France and Poland; the rise In voking facts and theories.W. I I II
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"the heaviest bale of cotton
I Million Pounds prices; and the Impending actionof M. Edwards, recently reelected Delinquents ever .
600 May Settle Owners Must Now I I
: Pay
congress this week) the Tel- city councilman and turned out by the cooperative TwelltyOIlCJuildillOB
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of 1939 Crop 1$ egraph sent out Its inquiring reporter chairman of that body believeswe Old Hill For 2,; To Have HogsVaccinated here, M. P. Matheny, manager Completed In .!

Yet Unsold to ask many local citizens can keep out of war-per- PercentCity of the gIn said. The bale was 3 Weeks

what they thought of the situa haps. "I don't think we will en- ginned for J. II. Stokes colored

rt. referendum by flue-cured toko I II tion.The ter the war If public opinion pre- Clerk Carl Johns warned County Agent T. K. McClane. I farmer living near Melrose. As toadstools and mushroom! i
farmers will be held the question put to vails Mr. Edwards all city property owners with delinquent
many prominent said. "How- Jr.
was notified last week that The gin, which was ready toclean spring up rapidly overnight. Just
m October, to deter- Starke men is this "Do if taxes two
k I week : ever the capitalistic powers years or older
effective September 1 there wouldbe cotton Friday of last week so fast, It seems, have the buildings -
L whether, or not a tobacco you think America will enter the I (mainly munitions manufacturers that Saturday, September 30,
has suffered rather slow week. at the
no more free a new Civilian Conservation -
hog cholera
Itrara md quota system will war? If not what do you thlak : ) prevail then we may be would\ be the last day to payoff: No
cotton for
serum and virus appeared ginning Corps Camp near Brooker
I put into effect on the 1940 of the present crisis?" drawn into the conflict. I always back taxes due the city at a discount available to the
farmers until the Stokes load Monday raised their roofs above the
and hog raisers of Brad surrounding
1, ounty Agent T. K. Mc- Expecting explicit "yes" or heard when I was a boy of 75 percent. The "25-
afternoon and the
ford County to immunize machinery was pleasant countryside.
114 announced yesterday, fol- "no" answers with a few support- thdt wars are rich men's wars and cents on the dollar" tax compro- hogs/
I idle afternoon and moat
against cholera. Tuesday The new located
jj, his return Wednesday Ing reasons, our reporter wassurprised poor men's battles. I believe the mice terminates October 1, and Cotton I camp one mile
-t t from < tobacco situation 1 and taken aback at the same thing today." the council has definitely announced McClane was Informed of this Wednesday. amountingto east of Brooker on the south side

!terance held In Gainesville. number who gravely and dolefully A. J. Thomas. a World War that the time would not State decision Livestock in a letter from the State 15 Farm bales Is and expected another from 15 are the 'I I of saw the the Starke-Brooker first truckload of highway mater.,

[!No effective quota system was shook their heads and gave I Veteran and Clerk of the Court. be extended. Sanitary Board "' ''n ta.1.. 4'.n... ."utn... ,, ... .r'. ......... I Inl" I..' ."- _.__ __ ... ,. _
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leflect/ on the 1939 crop which I very hesitant unsatisfactory. and I said "The situation is grave. I The compromise action, one of WHICH has been distributing the + uuinjifu me Bice- -a tu-acra
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600 mil- doubtful statements which [ the most far-reaching free hog cholera serum and virusto tract rented by the Governmentfrom
lit! a billion pounds, plainly hope we will not be Involved. Future measuresof
of which ire still unmarketby I showed most of them believed we I, developments will\ determinethe recent years in Starke was the various county agents in I E. L. WILLIAMS Truby Plnholater of Brooker .

|-n farmers due to emergency stand a good chance TO enter the outcome." passed by the city council October Florida and to state veternarl- DISCUSSES B. H. S. -- August 30. In the short three

Lng of warehouses to prevent I war. :Many talked with the reporter Hollia V. Knight was more defInite 27, 1938, and was Introduced ana, who in turn gave it to hog weeks since that time all buildings

Lterous price drops. "off the record," told how than most persons Inter by H. A. Bishop, a new member owners. According to the information Edwin L. Williams, (principal have been erected, land clear

faced with what Is they were more or less confusedby viewed. Mr. Knight, a prominent of the council. He moved contained in the letter the of Bradford County High School j'I ed and power lines put up. Brlef-
are |
.rowers ly. work Is 05) \
the greatest crisis In the flow of pro and con propa- lawyer, stated: "The United thatthe tax assessor reduceall Livestock Sanitary Hoard was I! discussed B. H. S. athletics before percent completed
tjidercd anti the bo
of tobacco. Due to ganda and biased viewpoints with States I believe, will keep out of tax certificate values shownon stopped from furnishing free the Rotary Club meeting Wednesday camp will occupied October -
history I 1
i, British, Empire buyers which we are now continually war to preserve in the world our the 1938 tax: roll seventy-five serum by action of the Budget "Our football team this year i or soon thereafter.This .
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i'ldrew from the market, and flooded, and how they one and all heritage of democracy. equalityand percent, permitting all delinquent Comnjlesion refusing to allow any I averages 15 pounds heavier In I I efficient piece of construction -
taxes to be included mote expenditures under the work la under the dlrec-
also
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iatonc ihiin of the annual crop hated war. freedom, which may else accepting weight per man than the 1938
JurchBEu by this source. In Many of the answers were where be extinguished 'for our twenty-five percent In full $125,000 free. hog cholera serum ) eleven," Williams stated while I j I Uoa of Captain W. D. Morrison

settlement of all taxes delinquent purchasing bill which was passed speaking of the team'a chances I I a native of Jackson, Mississippi,
liUor, i >ht 600 million uni.inrla vague "I hopeROLL statements, Continued on page eight) I I.

".'ft., .,".'-' nf- th- .. 1Pt9p. ,. two-. years or. more." .by..... the___nu.legislature, _.and_ signed. _by. for the season."Public' |:I who" hits n 'been- _connected____ with.. the
< The enactment of the measure, i 'v governor!; laSL apung.:: me I '-i. u. L;. since aujo.; soon arter the
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added the 200 miloouml enthusiasm, he predicted
mus oe surplus CALL BOOTLEGGEP by a vote of three to one, caused Budget Commission Is the Gov- I "will this year be two and | date of Its Inauguration. Captain
carry-over
much comment and criticism at einor and his Cabinet. | Morrison hUll working under him
from ast year. TOWN CHAIRMENLocal FORFEITS BONDCarl one-half firm's greater than it was
;p the time and later, to clear up Not only has the Budget Commission j last year, due to the fact that 77 civilians employed from the

JT 1 spitE of the many discour- chairmen for communities Lang 26-year-old white any doubts a* to (the council's held up the purchase of wo will have night games on the | Urooker area, with a payroll of
fig ispecis the government authority to compromise taxes a serum and virus for free dIstrI- I I hundreds of dollars weekly and
new athletic field, which Is nearly .
in Bradford County other than man of Nashville Tennessee.
was
1 its igene lea are making everyrt special act was Introduced and bution to the farmers but also complete." This U the second 22 men from the Veterans Camp

'I'' relieve the pressure of Starke who will assist in the an- caught with 35 gallons of bootleg passed by the legislature grant- I they held up the payment of $50- in 6 years Bradford High has hada II located at Gold Head Branch

i situation It Is hoped to per- !! nual Red Cross Roll Call were appointed whiskey late Saturday afternoon, ing such authority. 000 in past bills Incurred by the football team, and a 6 year old [ state park. Captain :Morrison

kle the British market to take here yesterday by ElmoR. by patrolman MelvIn McKinney Livestock Board until "further debt amounting to over $100 re-I himself i Is living at Brooker The
I usual Bhure of the crop and It I G. ST& F/HEARING 22 veterans make the trip to and
I Struth, Chairman of Enroll- after a dangerous; and exciting Investigation of the State's financial mains to be paid, he added.! Lust
(believed farmers will
approve condition." from. work each day and their
ontrol program which will re- ment. Mrs. George Roberts will 12 mile chase. POSTPONED year gross receipts fioru attend- midday meal, hot, is brought
I To make the burden on the ance at the game amoUnted to
e i the crop in 1940. be chairman In Lawtey, W. M. Lang, driving south on road 13, from the camp at Gold Head.
I Due to farmers as however about but is
requests from several light as possible, $631, expected to
County Agent McClane, Miss :Morrow chairman In (Hampton, found McKinney on his trail after groups who are protesting the application the Livestock Board Is now reach $2,000 or thereabouts this The camp has a capacity of 200

Jiolln White who is chief clerk Miss Ruth ZeIgler Theressa's he speeded through Lawtey at 60 of the Georgia Southernand distributing hog cholera serum season. Principal Williams expects men, not including officers, and

1 treasurer of the County Con- chairman, Resale Colson chairmanfor miles per hour and then he raised Florida railroad to the Railroad !- and virus at cost and farmers a crowd of 1,000 persons to 21 buildings have been erected.

Katlon Association, and James and his speed to 80 miles per hour Commission for permission to may have their hogs treated for attend the opening game of the I The five barracks have spacious
Brooker as was previ-
,
pier of Lawtey, vicechairmanthe holding to it until reaching close two agencies and cut the an average of around 30 cent season on the new field next Friday i accommodations for 40 men >'|ich.
County Conservation Asso- ously announced, Mrs! : D. P. Fan- Starke. He took all corners hereon ,, and there l I. a, recreation hall\
a
present number-of runs per weekin per head. Since last May, when night, when the Tornadoesmeet ,
I'lon Committee, 'attended the : Cher chairman for the State Farm. two wheels, and while round- school building officers j
half between Valdosta Georgia, the tree serum bill was passed Green Cove Springs a dlapencery, I
(erence in Gainesville Plans are being made by the ing the corner from Court to : quarters, using service
and
and Pal tka, Florida, the Com- up until the first of September --- + ---
", where the wedneS-j National Red Cross this year to Madison Streets by W. E. Middleton's mission this week announced a the cholera treatment has EXTENSIONOFFERED quarters, using service office and

e discussed and meas-, add a million new members to home broke, a 5 gallon three week postponement of the .1 been completely fiee. store room, a headquarters office

approved. The last of this I IJfk I I the 5,700,000 who Joined or rejoined container of whiskey which left scheduled next CLASSES and store room, a combined kitchen
.. hearing Monday, Senator Charlie K. Johns and
nla'n ,1 "'n. .11
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the Agent will mail copies'' last year, in order that this t" "" D"-' ""' b' until Monday, October 16. The Representative George Inmun, co- 1 I II and mess hall a bath, n pump

|the following letter from the I: world famous relief organizationmay The speeding Lung, with McKinney hearing will be held at the court- (Continued on page eight) I Teachers of Bradford County house, an oil house one blacksmith

Iretary of Agriculture, Henry continue in greater measure behind him, siren wail- house in Lake City. and others interested In educational hop, and finally four gar

(Wallace to all Bradford Coun.tobacco the devoted service that has made ing, continued his wild pace toward Last week it was announcedthat advancement will have an opportunity ages which complete the 21 sep

: farmers. the Red Cross emblem actively Waldo and seemed to havean the railroad is seeking to Green Leaves to .register for extension crate buildings.The .
I
Flue.cured Tobacco Farmers: stand for human sympathy and even chance until, at the road close its agencies (depots) at Congressman R. A. (Lex) classes nt Starke during the barracks and other buildings -

t> a result of the large tobac- humand kindness throughout the fork at the Hampton cut-off the Lake Butler and White Springs Green left Wednesday afternoon I fall semester, according to II. C. were shipped from Lakeland,

ficrop of this year- and the ret -' world for over 50 years, by its bootlegger sideswiped a car driv- and wishes to make. the run from for' Washington D. C., to attend Riley, Dean of the General Extension Georgia, where u C. C. C. camp

ft t withdrawal from the mar- aid in war and in peacetime dis en and belonging to a ""',lIdo busi- Valdosta to Palatka 'one day and the emergency session of Con I Division, University of was discontinued, with the exception

jot the buyers for the British asters. ness man. He kept going, but return to Valdosta the following gress called by the President to Florida Education 323, Genera of the garage, recreation

p' growers of flue-cured toCo I The quota for the local chapter. soon thereafter McKlnney was day making three round tripsner deal with the new situation' Methods In High Schools, and hall and school building. The

1 are confronted with what _nr.o_w nt__ iha..._ 3_,.tnn.__. .la_ _3nn_0 or-- -more-- able to come up beside him, ordering __ week._ ___. n At_ Trennt. _o__ IhA n._ train no_ brought about by war in Europe. j Public School Music 103-104 will bath__on n house____ .In_ .'M/tnlnnitfl--.r.-- with..n.. _nHniv n_.,*
Considered by many to be theft members Joining or re-joining him to stop "or take the makes a round trip daily.... Pro- Most activity at first is expectedto I jT I[ be. offered. The organization ers and porcelain wash basins,

t serious crisis they have ever during the Roll Call period-Ar- consequences." Lang stopped. tests to the railroad's request I center about the Neutrality Act. meeting for these classes will beheld etc., which is unusual as these

'rlenced In marketing their mistice Day through Thanksgiving. McKinney arrested his hard- have come from several quarters. .-- October 3, at 4 o'clock P. M. fixtures are usually composed of

195 memberships were obtained caught quarry, brought him to Car Brings $75H. In the high school building. metal. The deep water well baa

\t; the close of business on in this county last year.T. Starke, where he was released Jfirths Llllenthul, supervisor with J. Douglas Haygooii, of the been drilled, and fire ladders and

Btembtr 8. the Imperial Toto Frank Landrum is Bradford I under a $125 cash bond, which he Mr. and Mrs. Horace W. Cain. the State Beverage Department. College of Education, of the University fire barrels set up ready for any

Company withdrew Its buy- County's Roll Call Chairman. forfeited by non-appearance Tues- Graham, boy September 6. of Florida, accepted the highestbid will teach Jo-ducatlon.323, emergency.The .

from the market. The Euro- + day. The remaining 30 gallonsof Mr. and Mrs. Rollo F. Sim- of $75 for a 1933 Ford four Mabel Alplna Wall, MusIc) supervisor buildings, except the con-

1 war, which caused the Im- ELECTRICITYPRODUCTION Illict liquor was confiscated by mons, Orange Heights, boy, Sep door sedan from P. L. Morris of In Bradford County will crete bath house, are of wood

|al buyers to be withdrawn I the sheriffs office but Lang retained tember 10. tlacclenny last Friday morning at teach the Public School MUSIC with metal roofs. Captain Morrison -
UP his automobile 1937 Mr. and Mrs courses. Charles R. Hughes, of
caused other British comI8 a Angus Hall, public auction held at the court- expressed the belief that

'1'' withdraw orders for I Ford V-8. lie was charged with Hampton guI September 15. house The car was seized here the General Extension Division, the work. ivnnld__ hk___ further. _. .nlnno_..
.0 0 .on .o
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leI ii-liases" of flue-cured to- The far reaching effects of the | Illegal transportation of liquor Mr. and Mrs Lester A. Crosby, several months ago for violating will be present to complete the toward final completion at
recent electricity rate reduction I] reckless drivingMay I girl September 16. the I organization of the classes, and
o .1' (-hU time. In recent and Beverage Act of 1939. I Ii thin. time had there not been a
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Light and Water to register the students.
' the City
a by
about
one-third of all flue- slight hold-up In the arrival of

I tobacco produced In this : Plant are steadily becoming more of i MANY INSTRUMENTS ARE FILED IN PAST 45 DAYSWe j Anyone may register for this certain of the supplies, notably a
r"'(I> OilS been exported to apparent for since February I work, ether for college credit, or large portion of the nuts and
II Bmianh this year the consumption of I for cultural nnd vocational Improvement bolts.

tc.. the electricity in Starke has progres- I print here the list of deeds Warranty deed to Lot 16. lock runty deed to l land in Bradford Teachers. may secure.

*4 b> the 200 difficulty million already sively mounted each month and I filed In the office of the Clerk of F in New Crosby' Cemetery. War- County. Deed made April 15 and r extension of their certificates by I The camp la and will continueto

'IUI trim the pound last month, August saw the the Circuit Court during the past ranty deed made September 25 filed August 19. taking nix semester hours of thiaI use commercial electricity furnished -
( billion pound I In its his I 45 August 1 through Sep- 1920 and flied August 11, 1939. I by the nearby Rural Electrification :
crop was added withdrawal plants! largest output days W. f I. Graham a single man, of j work. Persona who wish further
the market of I tory. 51.270 kilowatts, as against : tember 14. All deeds are to landIn W. L. Carter and wife Bessie Starke, to W K: SlIpp, of Bradford I Information may address the General Lines, and consequently -
who will
buyers station not be
been ,ounted 42,593 kilowatts August of last' Bradford County and exact Carter; Roman Powers and wife, i County. Warranty deed to'' Extension Division Unlver- a power
upon to pur- until Wednes- and locations of the Dollie Powers being the heirs and built Captain Morrison said.
''a'Ki' part of the year. Figures up descriptions 80 acres la Bradford, made Au- sty of Florida. I
neMI600 million crop. day indicate that September's con- property may be obtained by call- all the heirs at law of Mary Rowe, gust 19 and filed August 19. -- -- -.. .. --- The headquarters of this camp

<. Hill pounds sumption will be even larger, and i Ing at the courthouse and Inspect- deceased, of Bradford County to Martha HolllngHWorth, and Wil- FREE are at Fort Moultrle, Georgia I

era aiehousemen to be sold by Saturday. September 9, was the ing the county record books, Troy L. Dukes of Bradford Coun- liam Holllngsworth. her husband, and 10 In District I (eye, not one)

knew thai if the and buy- largest day since the plant's 'which are open to the public at ty. Warranty deed to land In whose permanent address la COMMODITIESCertified of the fourth corps area. Whether \

open prices markets were establishment and 2,050 kilo- all times. The year unless other- Bradford County. Deed made Au- Starke to S. W. Whitehead the camp will be populated. by

those would drop far watts were used. wise specified Is 1939. 'gust 12. and filed August 14. : whose permanent address' la Lake relief client eligible to white or negro men is not J paid through Septem- receive commodities the known this and it I II.
tree from time
at
Therefore closely the M. C. and wife, Edith! J. A .Rowe and Mary Rowe his Butler. Warranty deed to 40
,.,...- they closed the Patrons who follow -. Sweeney- u. __._.__ ._ .--..- -. .- ... -.. ---_.-- -_ _. u ._ _Rur"lu._. __ (_'nm__ rnndi.I.lea__ _fl.nartm.ntarenotified _I._ .riimsirAif. _.__ that...._. the___ mn will_
0 uu'o. unH" .no 0 oon "o
uoea 01 10 J. Wife, 01 nraaioru 10 acres in uruaioru jviaue ro.
** of the municipal plant sweeney. ampi.on uuniy aiary: joumy
soon
the progress
floors
1 be cleared, until aa will be interested in the table below : W. Home and Pearl Home of Rowe of Bradford County. War-, August 12 and tiled August 21. this week that office come from Panama City or Texaa.
plans could work the vast
sloped to which shows the steady Increase Hampton. Warranty deed to 40 ranty deed to land In Bradford Lois Adkins and A. Z. Adklna. days here are Monday, Tuesday Reforestation on

meet the emerg- In the amount of electricity acres In Bradford County made County. Deed made February 4. her husband. of Starke, to A. II : Wednesday, Friday and Saturdayof holdings of the Empire Lumber i

"rything used since February of this year: August 1 and filed August 3. and filed August 14. Green and Fannie 1.!. Green husband -I each week according to Ovid Company and other large timber
possible |18 being O. Lewis of Bradford tracts In this. vicinity will be the!
Supervisor
to get th. Month Kilowatts", used G. W. Andrews and wife Laura J O. Turner and Roberta Turner and wife of Bradford. War-
buyers for the Union and Baker Counties from of the It was
sb trade 41> f? Andrews of Bradford Clunty to his wife, of Bibb County. ranty deed to land in Bradford assignment camp
ket to go back on the February o'clock A. M. until 4 o'clock P. ( Continued on page four)
and to take their normal :a.rarch. 43.280 R. R. Andrews of Bradford Coun Georgia. to T. Frank Landrumand made August 26 and filed August M. -

?*.. The result of these April, 44.380 ty. Warranty deed to 40 acres Carl Johns of Starke. War- 26. I -

.1 Probably will not be known May, 44,980 made August 5 and filed August ranty deed to part of Iota "B" Mary Wainwright and N. D. Clothes will be distributed after Townscnd Rally

*ne time in the June 48.950 5. and "C" of Block one, Original WainwrIght, her husband. of October 1, It Will!! announced. The A Townsend Club rally will beheld
meantime
:ui Important I July. 49,870 W. T. Murrhee and Rose Murr- Town of Starke. Deed m.deu- Starke, to N. J. Keene and Leona commodities on hand consist. of in the I'utnam County courthouse -

",n matter Is the I 51,270 hee. his wife of Bradford County gust 2 and filed August 17. Keene husband and wife ofj, 3.500 pounds of dried milk, 100 at Palatka tomorrow night
(rr the size of the 1940 August, __ __., ........ n_.. TV...,..._ n ..._...._. __A t.___ S... n___" __.' ........_.... ..._____... ..........." tfUM.*. fif .rAn..fr,1t. liilr.! 1 OHO _.:!
0 Growers -., i i +-- tO D. a;. KODCrui ana EIJIIC rtuu- ,7.---" r. LSGVI anti rIL.aUa i. rcMJluru wuuilljr Tvaiiuuijr "" I --- -- -- a"r' J'---------- taiuraay, negmnmg at o o ciocn.
IIlI will be SpeakState erts Worthington Springs. Warranty Davis, his wife, of Bradford County to lot 3 of block 2 of Highway ad- pound of dried northern beans, John R Gurtler will be present i

i j.- .'PJrtunity ln to vote on Johns To E. Johns deed to land in Bradford I. to William Holllngaworth and dition to Starke made August 14 and 600 pounds of flour. After with his moving picture machine.

lau ime a referendum. At Senator Charley In made July 26 and filed August 7. his wife Martha HolIlngBWorth. 1937 and filed August 28, 1939. the present supply of flour Is exhausted and other prominent speakers ,
. Friday,
plans
13 the are being will speak tonight. School It. A. Bishop and Nina R. Bishop of Bradford County. Warrantydeed D. E. Knight and his wife N. there will probably be no have been Invited to address! the :

45 f<, ,.i-tn; action to be taken the Hampton Junior High the of Starke, to R. A. Green of to 4 acres in Bradford County L. Knight, of Starke, to G. A. more for a long time due to the fathering. The meeting will beheld
theme
, the: buyers do not remarket auditorium using as his Starke. Warranty deed to lot of made August 18 and filed Au. Anderson and hIs wife. Eva E. recent raise in price and the unsettled -. outdoors around the bandstand

Pz: ''sc" and take their Townsend National Recovery durIng land North of First Baptlat gust 18. Anderson of Starke. Warrantydeed condition If the weather Is clear. Incase
Jt ta will occur
t realized Plan. The address 6 Z. Adklna and wife Lob Ad- half of lot nine of Lewiff Is the and
a- old Church In Starke. Made March A. to north new Supervisor of rain the meeting will beheld
not staged by
'&k. t() -Ust8ln be sound to I a Townsend rally at 8 I and filed August 10. kina, of Starke to Marcua F I block 14 of Livingston, Truby and succeeded Basil :McRae September In the court room. All mem-
club beginning
:rI de Jed to prices unless 1nuti I tha Hampton Is cordi- Maria K. Hull widow, of Starketo Brown and Florence B. Brown, : Company'a addition to Starke. 12. Joe WainwrIght la the of Bradford County High School

Co:n : ; support the o'clock and the public Sarah F. Hamrick. of Starke. !husband and wife, of Starke war- I I (Continued on page eight) new clerk. ur;e<1 to attend.
on page four) | ally Invited to attend.




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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKJB, FLORIDA Fltll,11',
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r tN, -I JIMCATIOV ingston. Truhy & .-,?> Addition to1oI1..k. Blocks Thirty-eight (38) and
the AI10K11 Mf thl".1.. .
law
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BOATDRAIN tlimrlbed therein will bold The state of Florida In 7arhl T.Myrick .. Section 2A. Township Forty-four ((44) Livingstonand fordpaper "
i Letter Box I property '
Addition to "u'i
the
East Truby's original ,
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to the highest biddnr at the Range ,.r I
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By Mrs. Z. Z. GrlffUilr assessment of the said property Town of Starkeas '" ,
uourt house door. on the first Monday You are notified that Susie E. The said certificate. issued the property of the said A. O 1: h'J I l'' I
under the ;. '
of 19:19: .\ 1 "
In the month October Myrlrk as plaintiff has duly filed In the name of J. W Ed- Jenkins defendant, that on the 2nd 1\ i p,;,
and Mrs. Lem Ridgon and n hlrh Is the 2nd., day of October, her bill of complaint. for divorceagainst wardoUnless. wan. day of October, A, D, 1939, withinthe Weeks.WITNIs.. '..,
Bradford County Telegraph 1939. you Zai hie T. Myrick, defendant hour of sale, ; ; : .,
Mr and Mrs. William Ridgon and Pitted thin 7th day of September and that affidavit for the said certificate shall) be legal eleven o'clock In namely the between seal I .. ""I I '
children of Jacksonville were Sirs: 1839 Inxuance of this order has been .redeemed. .according to law- the;; and two o'clock In the afternoon forenoon 1939. I ;:d,I ,.r
Please find enclosed money ord- (OFFICIAL SEAL ) A. J' Thomas duly filed all In the Circuit Courtof property described therein will beiol (OFF"'I:! 'rt.
: on paid day at the East door I ,
Mr and Mrs Sidney: Grlf- I (Court of BradfordCounty bidder at the Clerk I'
visiting subscription to Clerk of circuit Bradford (County Florida In tie Sunday. They were accompanied er to renew my Florida. 8-8 4tOTICK 9-U Chancery cane No. 879, and you, court house door on the first Mon- County Florida. I shall offer I Th
t i the Telegraph for one year. Can Zathle '1". Myrl 'k are hereby required day In the month of October 19J9: IY It
for vale to the highest bidder, for 1'114: '
Chase (
Ida
+ home by Mrs. 2nd. day of October, 'one J
to In said cause on which In the or'
not do without the good old home > appear cash In hand the above described .nnlOI-1.: .
who will some time there. all\ October! 2nd, 1939 A. D., Bradford 1939 the of .. JI"'WORI' tilt
spend Notice I t" hereby given to property a* property A. O tN. UD.'. I' )
Mrs Dan Boree of Jacksonvillewas town paper. Thanks for going whom It may concern that I have County Telegraph Is designated as Dated this 30th., day of August, Jenkins to satisfy. Bald judgement, : "J\OH\TF. _,
w back to the old style front page. filed my Final Account with the the newspaper for the publicationof 1939. all fee. and co U. ESTATt; .
C. A. this order each week for J. Thomas' .j I 'I.
her brother, once SEAL) A.
visiting Judge and will the (OFFICIAL '
County upon 'H"1"
deceased
i Bradford i A. O ANDREU, Sheriff of Mpa!
,
Respectfully I four conxecutlvi' weeks Witnessmy Circuit Court of
8th day of October, A D. ISIS apply Clerk of
7 Griffin Sunday. Bradford County, Florida 9-1 6t 8-29
hand and official seal at Starke Florida 9-1 6t 9-29 NoticeI't.tl'OTlcg
Ned Powell, to Raid County Judge of Bradford County, I '
Mrs.! J B. Manus and grandson, Glendale Ohio. County, Florida: for Final Discharge Florida thin ZSth day of August. A. undersigned. ', I +Gh ''hat
the dinner a* 1 Executor, : of the Estate. D. 1939. \OTICK OF !IIEKirF' MALE IV! THE CIHCI'IT COFHT f., AYD of October.'. I I I ''h. u Ift'iSlgneit ,
u Harold of Bethel were of Henry J J. Markey deceamed (OFFICIAL, SEAL) A. J. Thomas Notice in. hereby. given that I. A. von nKAnpoimcoi'NTY>> FLOHn the Honoral I I' ,I. Ices
i guests of Mr. and Mrs. Z. Z Thin the 6th day of September: A. AH Clerk of .mild Circuit Court. O Andreu, Sheriff of Bradford >'. iv "II Nt.ItV. Bradford rono'' '" 1u
UROOKERIty 1>. mi. Knight & Knight Attorneys. for Cou of a writ NOTICE TO DEFENDANT return acuw" ,' I I'. It. bl,1
I Griffls Sunday.Mrs. I Mrs. L. L. ParkerA Thomas W. Markey Executor. Plaintiff. 8-1 4t 9-22 of Executionldissuedvout of the Circuit BEKNICE: MILLS' Administrate, '' ''I ''IIb.
Arch Prevatt and children (t-9 4t 929NOTICK Court: of the Eighth Judicial Plaintiff, nexo de Horn", \ ,>1.'Obl"' "
-- NOTlfH OF PPUCATIOV! Circuit In and for Bradford County WILLIAM of H Humph, t'r 'b, I'
L' were visiting her mother large congregation assembled i FOIl TX IHJKOejmute Florida on the 23rd day of August. BRAODOX MILLS. said time t tin, obt04.. a
"' Mrs. E. E. Lee of Bethel Sunday. Notice In hereby given that Ethel ( Hill \o. 1&3> 1939 In that certain cause wherein Defendant, applicationa 1 ." .lid b....
and MrsLonnie each night at the Baptist Jones. has filed her final report an 1 NOTICE IS HEREBy GIVEN, Fertilizer, d'n : a I.V: THE NAME OF THE STATE final .sntth. ''Id 1'4, ..
i. Mrs. Lucille Reuels church here during our revival, executrix of the estate of J V. I That Lois Adklnx holder of Tax ...;f' :aelr.n a existingunder OP FLORIDA OHEETINO: IUa clan ., I ""';'
Tyre of Florahome were I Jones deceased: and that on the Certificate No 19ft, issued. the 2nd., and by virtue of the laws of TOWilliam: ilra g don Mill whose order ."o'd,, i,
Mr conducted by the Rev. Lightfoot 8th day of October 1939, will applyto i day of August A D. 1917: has filed the Stat. of Florida wan Plaintiffand rexldence. and pout office address Is mlnUtrator 'ti .",'.
visiting the latter's parents of Starke. Everyone enjoyed the Honorable H.' K. Ferryman, same In my office and has made application A. O. Jenkins, was defendant, 925 Upshur St, N. E., Washington, nexo de BOOt,, .N.. "r"u,,, '",
and Mrs. John Prevatt Sunday. County Judge of Bradford County for a tax deed to be issued have levied upon the following I>. C. l9d8, tilt 'I h, 1a
'I theso services and 4 new members -' }Florida for approval of said final thereon. described property. situate lying You are hereby required to appear D. ..r fur.,
Mr and Mrs. Arnold Griffis were added to our church report and for final discharge an bald certificate, embrace the following and being In. Biadford County; to the Bill of Complaint filed ( I) H
Mr. and Mrs. Z. Z. ex<-eutr'x' of the will of J. V. Jones described property In the Florida to-nlt herein against you on or before Am Admlnlsi" acct
Pi were visiting roll. This 6th day of September 193. County of llradford State of Florida Lot Four ((4)) of Block Twenty- !Monday the 2nd day of October, Annexo de u r..t.
Griffls recently. Promotion day will be observed Ethel Jones, Executrix. to-wit: seven ((27). North half of BlockThlrtyneven D. 1939.: A.I, of R H, HUI.I."II h. ,;
Prevatt _____ t-8 4t >9-29> Lots Four Five of Block 1. Llv- (37), and all ot- IT IS FURTHER ORDERED 8-11 9tp 10.4( are(.
Miss Thelma spent
by the Sunday school, Sunday
Thursday and Friday In Jacksonville September 24th with all new assignments -1

with her uncle and aunt, Mr. of teachers. All mem-

+: and Mrs. Dan Boree. bers of the Sunday school are'

Gene Griffis and sons Ray and urged to be present next Sunday

I, I Clifton were visiting his brother at 3:30: o'clock. II "KEEP Your Credit GOOD! '
1 1r
Al y Joe Griffin of Clay County Friday The Rev. O K McGauley was

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a i recalled as pastor of this church !

Miss Melba Prevail is visitingher for the coming year and Lonnie !

sister, Mrs. Lonnie Tyre of L. Parker as church clerk I(

Florahome this week. A party honoring Mrs Inman

Ruth Morrell was visiting Harrison was held at the home I!

Gladys Lee and Lefy Starling of of Mrs. Charles Hardee Tuesday i i

Bethel Thursday. afternoon at 3:30: o'clock. Aioundi I .
lR "
Gladys Lee of Bethel spent Sat- 60 guests were invited. Gamesof 'r "

urday with Thelma Prevatt. different kinds were enjoyed! ''f', .
The hostesses gave the honored .. .... .
C A Griffis was a business : .;0"
7 guest a lovely pillow case. I ,
visitor in Gainesville last Monday '.
Refreshments of punch and

cake were served the many "
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I
;p guests present. Hostesses for the '

HAMPTONIty evening: were: Mrs. Robert Har- I /

Ml* Ada Nlmmo grave. Mrs. Tom Markey. and Mrs. I
1 I 7,1 I
Jinidee '
H. of Danla I '1' \
Emery Guy spent Friends who knew Mr. Ira Pin-

f the week-end with his parents holster when he lived here years _

Rev and Mrs. James T. Guy. ago will be sorry to hear that he 'r+YSf ,a
Rev S. V. St. John is .
conducting Is in the hospital very seriously # r' '. .qh ,
Revival Services here this week. ill. We wish him 'a speedy le- I I %' gl ryea'vyq rt?erF.dAC-.
'(y+ Wins Marlam Denny Guy who covery. HC ) 4 (>.+4J ; N 4p

has been taking a Study Courseat Parker's Garage caught fire +dntiY7J.a). 't"b d 'i la?yllaeu b e ,a (_
the Florida University Gainesville Sunday morning when a small "r .f' ya n ny, Ir t' wH I
a few days with her '
spent i girl threw gasoline on a fire
F parents, Rev. and Mrs. Guy, after thinking it was kerosene. Noth-

which she returned last Saturday ing was destroyed but a quilt
to Tallahassee where she will and one table cloth. .

't'' take up another years work In the Mi. and Mrs. Roy Green of

Florida state College for Women. Gainesville were visiting; relatives v caps jl' IM1rx1rMtFdyrY, ;
Rev A B Simmons of ,
I one here Sunday. '
Hamptons worthy citizens had the Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Hazen of d1'f "le \ s'

P misfortune this week of losing Starke were visiting relatives i I .q 1r :e. .,V.eats .
about thirty-five head of white here Sunday. '

''r leghorn pullets by theft while he Mr. and Mis. Sanford Bitch of { .- ...
slept at the plantation. flalford were week-end guests of ,

Rev C. R. Robinson filled his Mr. and Mrs L. A Brown. I' I

regular appointment at the Dap- Friends will be glad to know

liBt church here last Sunday morn- that Alph Hazen who is in a 1 I -
ing and evening. Though the Miami hospital recovering from ; 9t ) ., SOTM ** >

weather was very uncomfortablethe an operation is getting along'I I' j, L &

attendance was unusually fine. : Y t Ix" 1&uL .,
laige. I !.Ir. and Mrs. L. A. Brown were i iI e ebb

+$ i Rev Robinson was unanimously visiting in Jacksonville Sunday I

elected as pastor for the ensuingyea The Rev Llghtfoot wife and
!', I daughter Nancy and the Rev. G '''I

t. Mr. Claud Durham, who Is an K. McGauley and wife were the r-'r

employee of the CCC Camp at dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. J, i

Ocean Springs Mississippi Is P. Roberts Sunday. ;( 1i i1 S c4 J serr'wr+ ,
spending this. week with his par- i The living room where the 1 et" R ,ems' 4 i iera

ents, Mr and Mrs. D. O. Durham. guests assembled was decorated ,
I
'I 1 Mrs. J. f. Sullivan had as her very attractively with cut garden

guests last Sunday her sister, flowers. After many wererenjoyed

Mrs. Williams, and family of Wal- the guests were served,I
do. refreshments of lemonade '

Rev. W. T. McGuIre pastor of cake. Cecil received many beautiful _

the Christian Church will fill his gifts from his friends.! ,

regular appointment here next Those enjoying the stair were: I '

Sunday morniiiK and evening. Agnes and Martha Lee Rhame I i

----. Loralne Thomas Lucille Hlnson. '
Iva May Lewis, Jeanette and I
PINE LEVELBy
ly Juanlta Strick-i
McGauley, Doris
Mm. II. M. :Mcllue VeraLee 'I'
land Dot Crosby, Irene and
I
Elder W E. Hall of Green Cove Lewis, Eleanor Connor, Billy)
Springs filled his regular appoint- Mines Muriel Lee Sapp Bonnie I

ment at Pine Level Church Sat- and Mary Sue Molt, Joella Dairy I r .

urday night and Sunday with and Lucille Melvin Hugh

'' baptism at Crosby Lake Sunday J. VV. Kelley, Albert Lee JOhns'1
afternoon. M D. Harrell Clifton

Mr. and. Mrs. T. N Norman and Dukes. Charles Douglas and Kle-! "DON'T BE A CREDIT CAST-AWAY! "

daughters Helen and Dorothea I tow Hardy Purvis and Douglas

of the Gum Branch section and, | Hazen. Leran Conner and Cecil

'J I Mis.. F, M. White of Rising were I Melvin CREDIT is than
more a matter of It is
; dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs NOIHI2 0" 1&11.11'111..,,: money. a matter of character. Good credit is a pro-
M. McRae Sunday 11'1 NO'l'll'fl lii hereby *,rlv,*n that I. A.
DeWitt Crawford of the <>. Andrea. Hherlff of llmilfnrd. gressive asset. Poor credit is a progressive handicap. What is
CountFlorida. by virtue of that more forlorn than the man
ing section was a recent guest of oertnln writ of execution laautfd |
Owen McRae. under the hand and seal 1 | without credit-the man who has been trusted by his fellows
ot Brnd-I I
and has
<'lt>rk Mrs Roy Johnson and children( ford County, Florida, and b"a..lnlC i iiltto
of the 33n<1 day of .\ultuat,
of Vanderbilt spent Sunday with A. D. 1939.!> on that certain Jmlge- I By the reasoning what is
Mrs. V. A Browning. I ment UKalnnt C. A Futeh l hI' M. A. same more beneficial than good credit? The with credit
man good
Mr and Mrs. Clifford Drowning Smith, as liquidator for the llrad-

were visiting Mr. and Mrs. Ral-1 foul\vhlch County said judgement Hank, a L'orpOratlon.j looks to the future unafraid. Opportunities are! his. Credit his
duly ssxlgned I advantage. The man
ford Alvarez Sunday uflernoon. I i Onhn.i'fi.
Elder W. K Hall was a dinner In vestment the Public Records I' of said of record I alert to his own interest-PAYS UP AND KEEPS HIS CREDIT
guest of Mr. and Mrs.! J. R. Hall I t), I will on the and day of l GOOD !
A. 'D 1930 durlnir the legal coun.1
Sunday) i of *nat the Houth Front I>o ;
Owen and Odessa McRae the Bradford County ('
were Stnrko :: ; urrt
Florldn, offer ale and
among those who attended the nell at public outcry to the hlgh.stland I' CLAR-JEAN SHOPPE MAYE'S RADIO SERVICE
picnic at Klngsley: Lake Friday I I."t l bidder for cash the follow- t EDWARDS
i log described property lying and
Mrs. Annie Baxter and daughter belnlIn Bradford County Florida,I

of Rising were visiting Mrs. tOi: t'll of Block 14 of Temple'a I' STERNBERG'SDENMARK ALEXANDER SERVICE STATION
V A. Browning Sunday afternoon. Addition to the Town of ", & CO.
Mr and Mrs. Johnny Nettles Itratlford County, Florida. t..rk..1' FURNITURE CO. -
lion 28. Township 4 youth. Range
of Pant City and Murry McRae at East i, S. R. JOHNS & SONSCARPENTER'S
of Orlando were visiting friends t ald property having been levied ;1 TIP TOP GROCERY
upon and I. being: cold to satisfy A. M. DARBY'SHAROLD
here recently. aid writ with the cants thereof
Mr. and Mrs. J, L. Connor of .\. O ANDRKIT Sheriff. Urnd- ,
REXALL
ford
the Rising section were visitingMr County 10'101'111.S 6t t-tl C. WALL AGENCY STARKE ICE COMPANY -
'"('1'H'41 <>\priitt i'io>
and Mrs. II. M. McRae Sun-
DRUG
1o'U" T t \ Ut.MIoenalo : STORESMITH'S
day afternoon. ( Hill >>>. 1< :" WESTERN AUTO ASSOCIATE
Mrs. Monroe Addison and child-I NOTICB Irt II to:ntoa..y IJIVKN: STARKE COCA-COLA
That A. (I. Ludwig 10..1.1,1' .IIf Tax ,
STORE
ren and Mrs Roy Johnson and ) CVrllfIattj 'o. .limuftl: lh*. :Jud! day
children spent Saturday night of August A. I). 193hll":' filedsame BOTTLING CO. GARAGED
In my iifrictand' hax niatlruupltinllon
with Mr. and Mrs. -11. J. StarUo fur a tax deed tu ba 1 I..-
Arthur Murrhee and daughter. nui-d thereon.
Said eertlflcul..nrbrar.'s, th. f.il.
Alma of Kingsley Lake were lowing domrlbvd property In the
visiting Mr. and Mrs. V. A. County. of Bradford. State of Flor- "
Id.r 10.'It'
Browning Monday night, 1\'r ..f NWt, & NW'of' SWi,
_._ .- ---- __ | '"tloti X: T'iw"i"hlp 7 south Huns' and
a 19 KIIHI. i'mtaliilng \i" AITmore' keep
Half I'rlre'ory! plate "In : .ir l I. -- ray up your credit good"L.

fOrmals" 100 for 91 (en\eopej, i erly Th undo assessment the said nf the certificate said. prop In.nifd ,

Included), usually SO for $1.- was In tho name of It. U. llol
Itradford County Tilegrop'a. ertaI. ..
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( nle said certificate ihall be ?
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,'I 'I'" Jean Davis HOW FOOTBALLIS FIRST ASSEMBLY SENIOR CLASS SONG OF 1913! STARKE P.-T. A. CLASS RINGS ATHLETIC FIELD

Gayle Sewell PLAYEDIn LAST TUESDAY When Call Street was nothingbut PLANS CARNIVAL ORDEREDThe WILL BE READY ,
;, 1 L H. Harpei a dirt road, and B. H. S. stood t)
0" Drank[ Robinson BY NEXT WEEK
Arch Thomas where the Woman's Club House
ra': Loral Bennett the followingparagraphs, Senior. In ChargeOf now Is, the graduating class of Will Buy .Motion Picture, Sound Seniors took time out to

iabth Plummeiia for the benefit of the uninitiated, Year's FI"tProgram Equipment: With select and order their rings last
Harley 13 were ringing the rafters with Poles and Light
l uph' ." Ma we will explain what and how the will be here the
> "
L. M. Ualneiie .. this, their class song: I roee l9' week. The Hugs In I'laoe r
game, football, is played. first of
last of October, or the
> News All hall! Bradford High School; Now
glace ,; nbigrworthppeelaa Each team has eleven men on The first chapel program since We all beneath thy rule At the beginning of this Bum November.The -

.portera the field, seven linesmen and four: opening of school was last Tues- Are now, and always will be mer, certain sections of the Seniors took much pride in R. F. Clark, Superintendent of ;

,,, Ella Barry.v backs. The team that has the ball day afternoon at 230; o'clock. The Wholly)] thlnel.We'll !. school's interior were being painted choosing their rings and it is the Light and Water Plant, and
r Tae< preen, Louis. is the offense, team A. The other; seniors were in charge of the cleaned redecorated. The new
be
err Austin, and program sing to thy glory, hoped the entire school will his crew have worked very hard
St ern g, team Is the defense, team B. If: with Juanita Barefoot as athletic field was beginning to selection.
the
Halle So far famed in story, pleased with during the past few days to get
-- team A fails to gain 10 yards In announcer.The And garlands of sweet music look what had been prophesied it The class thanks the salesman the lights up at the new athletic

four downs, team B gets the ball. two school songs which, for For thee twine. would be by fall. All this spelled Jack Williams: for the help givenin field. They finished putting up

EDITORIALrthday Each team defends the goal line years, have helped students raise CHORUS Improvement and convenience. the selection of the rings. the poles and lights this week
that Is behind It. ,
-- the roof of B. H. S. singing Its Shout, sing, let It ring! Last Thursday afternoon, when Also, some of the boys are ord- This will enable the team to have

of Supreme Law Scoring: touchdown-when offense praise, were sung at the beginning Shout dear old Bradford o'er and the P.-T. A. held its first meet- ering belt buckles with the school several practices under lights before -

Columbus: discovered crosses the defenses's goal in order that good sprits o'er ing of the year, another decision colors and letters on them. the first game Friday night

f;though some say he didn't) fcTthai line, 6 points; field goal 3 points: might be aroused, and pupils The welkin above her, was made which will be for further -_-. September 29. We owe a vote of

fact made no differenceIn safety, two points; touchback, might be reminded of the good With saint, sage and lover betterment and benefit of the SCHOOL OFFERS I appreciation to Mr. Clark and his ,I

his cm) age, Italian oft none, extra point, one. Team A expectations of the B. H. S. Tornadoes Will sound the swelling chorus school: P.-T. A. will have its an- crew for Installing the lights to

decided to throw him in kicks off from its< 40-yard line : "Come on Ole' Bradford"; O'er and o'er! nual Hallowe'en Carnival, and, MUSIC COURSE such satisfaction.The .

die When, in 1776, the and Team B receives on 50 yard "When Our Football Fellas Fall + thlo year, the proceeds will be used I NYA boys will have the +

Lion\ ot this country's intdencewa line. If ball goes out of bounds in Line." Mammy Sez to purchase motion picture and The senior glee club is includedin six-foot wire fence complete this

signed, it was the before it goes 10 yards, it Is kick- Ralph Rhodes, Vlce-President sound equipment, in order that the general music class this week. They, too, deserve a vole k,

ne of a new struggletoYoung ed over again. If ball goes out of the senior class, gave a wel- Hi, Chilian,- students may have the privilege year. Chorus work will be continued of thanks for helping make night +
unrest of bounds after going over the 50- talk to of audio-visual education. This before and in additionto
America's coming all new teachers, I wants all to know dat as football possible' at our school. :

ember n 1787. a document, yard line, it is put In play 15! students, and everyone in general. Ralph Rhodes you jest takes de cake sort of teaching enables the stu- this work, music appreciation They- will also set up the bleachers ;i

h| might have protected Col- yards from out of bounds spot. He also talked of the football for good speeches-he naturally dent to grasp more easily the I and elementary theory and har- next week so that everythingwill

i and which was to make Ball Is kept 15: yards In bounds: team, the athletic field, and of: welcomed all de new pupils to our thing upon which he is trying to I mony will be taught. The classes be In rendlneni to start the

tolled States a land of Lib-- starting of all plays. Only one< the expectations of lights for school Tuesday during the chapel concentrate. It has been said by meet In the music room. Thereare game off with a bang. .

luid Equal Rights, was sign- forward pass can be made duringone night playing program. one great man: "One picture 18 I about 85 enrolled in senior The football team elected Ken

lust Sunday this whiter down. Only 3 time-outs allowed Principal E. L. Williams made Boy, oil boy, but am dose senior worth ten thousand words." high, and 50 In junior high. neth Turner as Captain and 'r

] speaking not of war, but each team each half, with- several announcements, among lings swell-elegant! Jest too mar- The school will be able to ob- The electric Victrola given to Everett McKinney alternate cap- '! 4

Jtlce,, had another birthday out penalty. Time out may betaken which he stressed the Importance velous for words! tain free educational films from: the mimic department by the sen- tain. We have two fine boys for ,

1152nd. for: ball out of bounds, Incomplete of each pupil's attending school The University of Florida, Gen- ior class of 35 will be used in our team'a leaders and much Is ;+

based on the passes, penalties, and regularly Congrates to Kenneth Turner for l' eral Motors, The State Board of appreciation work. The record, I I
Constitution of them this
season.
r elected Captain of de Tornadoes expected
being
during extra points. I Education and numerous other t
,
England's John were donated by D. P. Carpenter. ,
ol for sale at
,ophy for de coming And : f Season tickets are
year. The size of the machinewill ... .
its formation, The farthest point of ball Is places. + 'I
t, was, during Inquiring ReporterQuestion dat Everett Is de alternating the following prices: Students 75o "
be 16 millimeter.The .
and long, drawn-out af- considered when measuring. Team probably Jingles Adults (
.nul captain, whatever dat Isl! Primary and 200. ? a
B for fair exact date of the Carnivalhas
neither in one can signal catch to
It Happened of the week: "What'sthe John Crews sho' is very muchly The cost of each game I la, : Stu- "
I punts. Team A cannot tackle not been decided
orfair" yet upon.
nor ten One powerful rep- first thing you would bring attracted to Frankie Gny. 'Caint fKST GIIADK dents- 25c: and adults BO cents.In .
catch. Team B it Is certain it will be
cannot
suddenly, run However
Dative diu not Just, out of the house in case of fire?" blame you John-she sho' am We are proud of our thirty-one adults'( season tickets each
with ball. Either team the last week In October
it's timead
cun re- one day
'0 i another Boys, Ruth Simpson-"Diary." pretty! boys and girls registered( In our person saves 00 cents and each {ikI
Constitution. Come on cover a blocked kick and run Those upon whom the chief responsibility '
a Margaret Pearce-"Clothes." Handsome Ralph Nettles sho' do room student saves DO cents. We hope 1 I
and with It. team A of supervision rests,
lid Only can runwith
to my nouse tonight, Arch Thomas-"Piano." hab a. lot of admirers-girls, he We. the first grades, are having everyone will bt y a ticket and
Far from It, fumbles. Team B can recover the ladles on the finance committee ,
[ draw me up Emmett: Ferryman-"Physics." really am heart-brnker.. Dis n n attendance contest We are come out and help mAke this t ,5
J. L, Anderson
are: Mm.
only. ,
ace the Articles of t confcdJoa Grace Dew "My: violin and voice of experience knows! sorry to report that Miss Madtte ycnr's team a real success
and Mrs Marcus
bad noi provided for a A forward pass can be made at I music Selma spent' de week-end( in Mrs. Hogan Smith, has leas absences than we, but are ---+-

|g enough central govern- any place. The team that scoresa Loral Bennett "It would be Green Cove with Franclne-were Biown. equally an proud l that we have lea SCOUTS REVIEW

j, and since for that reason,, touchdown may try for extra just like me to get something that deie many bright lights Selma? All who arc interested In the absences than Miss. LIII y. The

|"untrv wa restless, the Con- point on 2-yaid line. The line of would break!" Joe Lander am plenty cute too; welfare of B. H. 8. should beflacl winning room In to be cntertnlne ACTIVITIES

.anal Convention was called scrimmage means up to a line Jeanette Parker-"Anybody else Is it true dat you have a crush to learn of these fine expectations by the two lowers nt the end ot --

IsT. However after the Con- even with the ball. Defensive In there." on Jacqueline, Joe? : of the Industrious P.-T. A. the first semester. The Boy Scouts, Troop 70, of

It,on was signed,, it was not players may line up at nny place. Luther Lennon-"My: radio." Rivers' daddy done gtved her a If the name attitude of the town We thank Dottie Sue HIggs, Starke, have through the summer

i acceptfU. by all the people. A player cannot lay down on the> Mrs Vnntlivlere -"My\ boy." new typewriter. She said de fust hold, tine this year aa It did last James Green. Mr. Williams, and held meetings regularly and with I d,

I thinking the ground near side lines.A Louise cat" "Oh Rock It for the coming Hallowe'en event will
previouslv govat Stern-"My night Bhe typed ....rS. Roberts'" for the nice new Library good attendance. A brief resume
j, roc, weak, now considered safety Is when A ls tackled Clara Mae Harley-"My. Cedar Me" all night long! undoubtedly be a cuccesa. For, books which they bought for of the summer activities it as> follows ( P

tew 'au oo strong! behind their goal line by B. The Chest." Mammy wonders why" Carlton last October the .streets- which : G U

L moo nt. Consututlon stand ball Is put in play by A on its 20- Wllla ViJa"Clothes keeps wishing for cold< weather? were the scene of the Carnival us In the later part of May four '
yard line, by a kick on first down. all Is brUIn all were crowded that day, throngedthat We thank Cumella Jane Moodyfor
1,,1'' Answe> It remains 1m- Buddy Davis "Charlie Mc- I Tornadoes us boys of the troop went to the
A touchback is made A fumbl- COT night And they'll all remember the Colla plants
of by Caithy. we got when you play Green
il I; u tea' type govern- for New York Woild's Fair.7}
badat We thank Harding
what a good time wan Tommy
ing Into B's end zone. The ball Freeman Register-"Antiques. next week.
t arm 'ni American people Zinnias.We In June contest for :3) banners, a'' t
the beautiful a
the last on
under"'and that it is not Is put into play by scrimmage on Miss Fernandez-"My violin." I Tours truly understands dat wand
.. and to attendance church attendance
want
boy girl ,
--- -- ---- -- ovary
20-yard line after touchback. Ref- little misunderstanding
llheli --i, _11 grandfathers and Mr. Atkinson-"Clothes Uere Is a
behind team A be- ___ I senior cla.. Know? come to school every day, unless advancement was offered<< t ;
,11 i be--too strict a eree ; umpire + ---L. running loose ia de Did You
they are ill : any patrol keeping: anyone ,
to hind team B. The captains are Likes better clear it up now, ; no regrets monthly t
tyranny Everybody airs Honoris, teacller.i'JUS'I' ror tnree months in succession
all Americans are not as the only players allowed to talk later A steel ship floats because It would get n permanent ban
Iful to the officials. "J. B." aims to be quite de water
( to their country as it displaces a quantity of
These gay colored skirts aad ( cm\lI" ner for the one they had won.
I to some they should be,. It is A Is not allowed to take more name for Juanita dese days. which l la equal to its' own weight.
shlrta. The three
than 30 seconds to put ball into with mustache, first gnulo rooms are July 4th the troop assisted at
9 fact i make us stand Tracy, your youho' There Is a deep sea fish derlvng -
Loral's pretty complexion.Gayle's having un attendance contest We Lhe Farmer's Market\ by directing
play. Players cannot clip, trip kab got all drae' boys 'round
ribbon-like
ft t, out a sign they should its name from a
dark hbir.Rivers'
tackle block or ..i-longlng' for one. Do have one blackboard I on which we traffic, parking car and havinga
bout
flying
i up co some facts which flying J shape which Is known as a ribbon
pretty hand keep the number of dally absences First Aid Station. Also In July h"
hold. Team B cannot Interfere rkoi day could ever be de
1 makt them grateful to beon you fish. Though many feet in lengthIt
Grace Dew's 1890 hair style. In each room. At Christmas time the troop started a mosquito control x
..
receivers. .. ?
A's
with Only .o
i American soil. We arehuman. pass perfect Is only an inch or two thick.
smllaa.
ends and backs are eligible to Mrs. Fisher's flashing Mammy thinks dat Willa Vida the winning room will bo given a of all Starke,

battles words catch passes Any B team playermay I I Jack Shepherd's neatness. ie de hiatus dressed girl In de London la the world' largest party> by the two looMing room.- In August at the Court of Hon
es
or plant- Estelle's bright cityIt corers. area of t199 MIsH teacher.
th Intercept a pass or run backa eyed. whole senior( cI_. Lilley, or In Jacksonville, Frank Robin-
poison are now spread Clara Mae's piano-playing. square ..*... '
I Europe Here In America punt. I When U42 rolls 'roond
'e In peace and hope for the A substitute may enter one time -- -+-- am gonna be some cute The four chief products of FIRST <>IMI)H' first boy In Staike to get this v
f
You and you and you at- in each of first three quarters and' How Come? things graduatln'. Dot Green Selma !- Petroleum are! Gasoline, kerosene We are running a race with badge Also, in August the wolf

j'Jils high school, living a'' twice in the fourth. Substitutes Thornton, and just loads of gas oil and fuel oil, and lubricating Minn Lilley and Mrs. Roberts; we patrol received permanent ban- K

rallvely normal life, talking: cannot talk before reporting to I Jenelle lost Jack? others Also dat cute Alice Hard- oils. are ahead so far This race is to ners in attendance and church attendance *

Ml, weather and war. While: an official. High schools play, That bookkeeping class is so Ing will head de list !In '43. The nearest planet to earth Is ace which room can have the best ,

pink of schools, recall the I I'e four twelve minute quarters. Fifteen dumb? Dose Juniors hab already start- Venus, from 25 to 160 million attendance. The troop has many 1'1&1for ,

f disturbance of schools in I In minutes at half is allowed. ] The seniors are so noisy?. ed selling candy. Be sure to buy distant. Next Is Mars. Miss Madge Middleton, 'teacher.. the coming year

from where mobs of Team A cannot be in motion be- I Edwin Shepherd' -In- un bashful___n___?_ __n__._ _De seniors wants a Brood We call_ __ _men_ __ "benedicts" when + N. :

'had to be evacuated week fore ball is snapped.Elementary. They call Tracy Adolf? banquet! they becme.married, In allusion! to Niro.M: OnUU- IIOOL DAYS

last where they were to +-- Elizabeth has music wherever And now, in conclusion, my one "Benedick," a humorous gentleman We have been selling Ice cold When at last the summer la o'er

hey! did not know, nor did Echoes he goes? big question for de week-Why In Shakespeare's "Much Ado lemonade at recess and have made And comes the season I love so

I rents'' Juanita haunts the Postofflce? wax Margaret so anxious to see About Nothing," who wan finally $3.00 for workbookn We.. wish to dear,

):ure yourself In that sltua- Dorothy Is driving Ovid's car? de Silver Meteor go thru Starkes married to "l! atrlce." thank all our little friends and i Tia I then we return to school once h
GKADK
Jtoenbe thankful; you know We FOURTH to have two new Eloise doesn't want Frank to Thursday afternoon My rheumatism A pound of sugar weighs more teachers for helping us by drlnkn more, tai
at : are glad the Navy? was dab dat day, HO Iouldn't to make future t
-J. p Davis. Smith and W. J. Join in Canada than In Florida r our lemonade! Hoping my
Helen
pupils: find out. nut it
.. +--- exactly Weight Increase with latitude. We all have workbooks now andwe're more clear,
Thornton.We the brief case with a might hab been Gainesville.Lots .
Zlpplts-
eet Our Seniors are happy to have ten nice fastener- the Bradford of it, The seven wonders of the ancient so proud of them. My teacher say we must all go to
zipper We
new story books for our room. We Mammy. world are': ((1)) the Pyramids are learning a new song we school q

IRENE MARKHAM are going to take good care of County Telegraph. of Egypt, ((2)) the Hanging Gardens like very much" : "The Man With For we have thin opportunity

September 12, 1921, Mr. and' Our workbooks came this week. of Babylon, ((3)) the Templeof the Mandolin but once,4

W. J Markham became the Emma Allen brought some Diana, at Ephesus In Asia Kitty Hogsed, teacher. And we must obey every regulation -

'parents of a blue-eyed flowers to our room. T FASHION PREVIKW I Ij Minor, ((4) The Statue of JupiterIn and rule, iI
HECONIl GRADE
pr whom they named Irene. Lillian Thomas brought some the Valley of Olymphla, In For Although it will keep us' eight ,
two weeks have had
we only
e lived ai Lake Butler the interesting picture magazines. Greece, ((6)) Tb Mausoleum; at long months.
one absent from Were _
our room.
-- Hallcarna the east side of
eight Years Miss Edwards, teacher. sus. on
of her life the 1 ,, >
; j<: ,,;; : '
,.
two of which r.v the Aegean Sea opposite Greece having fun trying to keep So come on, fellow seniors, we'll
In 'IJii <
were spent ; ;
The Pharos at ahead of Miss Kitty room. We soon be done '
there She then moved to SIXTH GKADK (6) or lighthouse ,
vide State Farm where she Monday we had a class meetingand I Alexandria, Egypt, and ((7) The are ahead now, but we aren't Although I It has been a. lot of I

ed Collosaua of Rhodes' on the Islandof laughing, as It Is a. long time until fun,
officers ,
F school elected the following w
for .
six ,
\\rn she came to Bradford years. who are to serve for one month: I I 14 rnq Rhodes In the Medlteranean Christmas, when the losing room Working sometime with a kick l yR,
must give a party for the other and a buck i f >t ',
|*lH> Beth Knight.
o
>f which she Is President-Merry i'J
now J Sea.Our rooms. We hope the' first gradesare
ar. Vlce-Pres.-LiI8 Rae Caldwell. word window comes from In your future life I wish you
enjoying the content as much
I rte nave always held a Secretary-Billy Overstreet. i'I. old Norse "vindauga," and con- luck.
all we are. Estelle Austin.
laterest for Bradley GeIger. temporary old English wind eage
Irene. She ealJkes Treasurer-
Mr. Rich, teacher.
[' football and tennis Librarian-Steve Weldon. I -.both meaning "wind eye."

Amos'' important hobble lea Our room had charge of the The sky never falls down because TIU'U GKADKWe )

assembly program last week. there Is nothing to fall BUSINESSDIRECTORY yw
are quite thrilled over our
*M all commercial sub- Bradley Geiger read the Bible, j What we call the sky In the reflection -i terrarium! Three of our boys I
She reading en- of the sun's on the
plans to go to a Betty Hayes gave a ray brought In about 25: earthworms.
811 COllege Came to Call." : belt of air that surrounds'* the -
when she titled "A Lady
grad So we asked our kind janitor and
and hn McMilltan sang, "My I earth That beautiful blue domewe
become Bernice
and
a secre- helper, Mr. Lennon, to build us a
r _..,
| 'telegrapher. Yellow Basket All Joined in rt%: .1 sometimes hear spoken of as box 24 in. square to put them in.
xhh songs and the roof of the earth is just the
YOU much happiness singing many familiar i a He made the box, and 2 other The drink ?
cc ell! In the announce reflected light of the sun on the
the made '
__ future Irene..tPProaehng Mr. Williams !tLr I boy. put rich soil mixed with
air.
-. ments. ; zoo cornmeal In It. Now we had that

Manhood I We are very glad to have seven : much merriment when we laid

bOked!'eat occasion l and the good new books added to our Li- They Say the worms on top the soil and A#" everybodyknow I Iy

on with We want to add several '
an. amused brary. watched them disappear immedi
vhle;
Emmett had his firsts more this year. The senior rings are beautiful. l

Mt a great deal of Miss Searing teacher Book reports are due next week. ately.We have learned how much ; ct

f' :1 oicked up hi. new --fDogPen ,! Coach Whittemore Is teachinghis good the earthworm does for the I./ 5 t w ,,4
u1 ,
( :Ji to scrape. Fin- H classes to read.Jenette noil lie wan really the first !.;)

w ne soap off his The professor was engaged in I I has exchanged Shepherd "agriculturist." .1..... '

d his chin with A deep controversy with entered a fellow the (Jack for Edwin). Wa are going to do many Interesting COCA-COLA: UOT. CO.WE .

T he murd scholar when hi* wife 4j. < Study hall was made for study thing' in our science
.. _.._ ..
"Oh. my dear, ..... dnA .JSCHOOL
ARE
j tsc.n! hurriedly. ing. work this

him a blade. I t tt she cri
d : to use this," my fountain pen." fabric should include the checked gingham princess frockon ferred to another study hall. --- --..-- -
smiled '"Don t left. Its pocket, collar and cuffs are edged with" rickrack. The
The professor the Seniors should be leaders, but Rubber stamps, stapling machInes -
be said the right has and puffed sleeve. '
-- worry about it my sweet, pleated spun-rayon on features these bck.ocbool it looks as if the seventh grades. at the Bradford County Tel* CARPENTER'SThe
I 'Here," -ne Good Houiekeeping for September among I
? > the Bradford !' in a soothing; tone are setting a better example ,graph. Kexall StoreBradford r '
favorite
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mine.
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R.\OFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STAKKE FLORIDA FIlU\}'
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FOUR ----------- .1'1"11lI.n:
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I October Bride-Elect I C. C. C. CAMP Since any (coou: IU
,
1111I11; CLUBS :: I RecipesCorn sell the I' '* '"tnt,
SOCIETY and BUILT AT BROOKER <>nlll., i"'IIj'I'.n,", '' '''.> [,

I acreage alloim,,,. tll" ill hi
"
--- - --- -- I (Continued from page one) no transfer of ,l'JIt.I' w"

: P.-T A. Has First I Dorothy Johns Honoree I Young Matrons' Circle Souffle farm to another. Iron 0 S

I, I'I _______ Miss Mina Manassa contributeda unofficially stated. Allotments t",., 'm ,,
:Meeting\ of Year At Weiner Roast Entertained ThursdayThe to first be ill f"rn,
r recipe for corn souffle this One of the early war rumors calcul;, ,'I ,,
I II I Johns was the honored Matrons' circle of circulate C. C. C. ,I" l to
Dorothy that
Young comparable .
I The first meeting of the Par- week and It sounds perfectly deli- was camps u-iii,\I., *,,
!I! I,,. :';., __ guest Friday night when her parents the Baptist Woman's Missionary would become a recruiting agency larger farms "'"*'** t,
! \ :,1' ent-Teachers Association of: the cious. In fact she served It recently ??? I hC'1I
1, ,'i .. Bradford County High School was Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Johns, Society entertained with a covered at *a luncheon and since for the Army and Navy, and this be Increased iv 21),1 they"> '

/ held Friday afternoon at 3:15: : o*- entertained with a weiner roastat dish supper last Thursday I then she has had several requests has been promptly and emphati- not above the "rr'e, 1"1" Cent t l','

cloclt in the school auditorium the home near Stark night at Canova's cottage on ::llIR.W to publish it. cally denied by Robert Fechner, with a normal NM,, 1' *'hl>

_ with the president, Mrs. E. K. After playing many games on Kingsley Lake, in honor of the p .. j Director, who stated there wouldbe duce 3200 pom,,, "I .."Ollid P..
Ferryman in the chair. the lawn Dorothy and her friends members of the choir and a few S i 1-4 cup butter. no such use of the C. C. C. example, If th ''bl\'CO F
_
roasted welners around a big Invited guests. I 1-4 cup flour.Twothirds boys unless Congress enacts puted for II fal "lIounent Co
Miss Madge Middleton transacted III 1''I t 111411
her duties as secretary of bonfire. The house, which was occupiedby cup milk. special legislation to that effect. acres and the normlll ) 1\ I'
1' Mrs. Johns was assisted in en- Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Canova I That is unlikely, as it will be remembered 2000 pounds yield
the association./ Mrs. OP. j 1 cup cream style corn pressed 11)(111( ( 1''" ...
tertaining the guests by was attractively decorated with through a selve.i that there were si mi- the allotment ui,II| \' rei tJ:
The executive board recom- "
W. C. Colson
I Parrlsh, Mrs. of and I liar rumors at the beginning of to 2.4 acres reas1
arrangements marigolds
Un
mended that the organization Mrs. Boxdale, Mrs. Cecil Thomas i 3 well beaten egg yolks. \\b, (",'/01 htt
If
roses. the World War 1 that.the Boy the allotment
1 _ buy a motion picture machine and and Mrs. P. S. Crews of the State I 1-2 teaspoon salt. be into the ,, 1 acres ":
Scouts would pressed normal
Its equipment as the project for After enjoying swimming the S yield j,00,
Farm. J 1.4 cup grated cheese. training and military service In ((1000 pounds hpou'( '"
served buffet .. ,
guests were per ? ,
the year. A committee was appointed the with supper I
Those enjolng pnrty >
i to Investigate the cost Caro- style from the long table In the {I 1 tablespoon chopped green pep- that instance It was made very allotment will b* 1I1u..18ed. I.

of the machine. The executive Dorothy were C. and W., Evelyn Elaine Col- dining room. An artistic arrangement ;; per (optional). I II plain that if anything of that kind Iy 3.2 acres rathe,' ,Ihlln, to ''
Catherine
board also recommended that uniforms lyn, of roses centered the fr, 3 stiffly beaten egg whites. was done It would be a violationof percent. The 'mast, ..A'ments
Oletha Odessa, and Mallory '
all,
.s. _ son; _
I faith. Sam isn't to for
school band be buffet table. Mrs. R. G. Kidd I Uncle up small i tlt'lUII
: _ r for the Thomas, Jr.; Jeanette and Billy Melt butter, add flour and stir 18 I1l11Jt'
bought It was voted to have the Thomas; Robert Boxdale j Joan chairman :Mrs. One Wiggns, :Miss Hallle Elaine Wynn, love to smooth paste. Add milk and such tricks. strictly to farm.. ,1)It, 'JP ratc

board Investigate the cost of uni Silcox Frances Alvin and Alvie Mrs. V. H. Carden, and Mrs. A. ly bride-elect, of Hampton, whose The new Brooker C. C. C. camp controlled or dmt 1 t t., ,'I| hy
r ; and cook until thick stirring "Pi'
forms. Roberts; Wade and Frances E3. LiKhtfoot/; were in charge of engagement and approaching marriage I corn will probably be a good customerfor son who also OD, ,la,'.., ''ontl'D//

It was voted to continue me- ron-- Douglas; Chester McKinney, Ber- the arrangements for the sup- to James Purvis Hazen on constantly. Remove from vegetables and truck raisersin or directs another, .111'In, 'i '1/1 IIh,

call of the various rooms for the nice and Arthur Moody. Jr.; Mar- Sunday, October eighth, was an I heat and add egg yolk, salt that section.- an experienced- tobacco was DK,
remainder of the Mrs E. per.In nounced last week by her parents observer stated, but farmers with,r The last .
f. $ __ year. garet and Marie McKInney, Audrey addition to the arrangement cheese and green peppers. Fold amenom n. ""f, mtet
: L. Biggs', home room and J. U.i Joyce, and Buddy Prevail; committee the guest list included: Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Leas- in egg whites and pour into I such plans in mind should remember to farmers provide ", flat pena,

;i _____ Atkinson's home room tied on the Lois and Lillian Thomas; Leslie ton Wynn. The ceremony will be greased baking; dish. Bake in I to raise enough so that any of 10 cents per pouml] ,w all
Mrs. A. M. of w
______ roll call at this meeting Darby, president performed in the First Baptist would be sufficient of tobacco in
'Ki __ Bradley and Spencer Crews of the moderate oven ((350 degrees) for I one gathering excess ,.t,i the ,ct
i,,vv 3 The president appointed the following State Farm.Methodist. the W. M. S. as special guest; Church Hampton at :5 o'clockP. about thirty minutes or until. set. to prepare a complete camp serv production on tht, ,", .-.eag( aliG"

committee chairmen. members of the choir, John M. Serves four to six. ing. ment for the farm
t, i Program, Mrs. W. B. Sewell. Miss Wynn was graduated from .
In
W. S. C. S. Powell director Mr. and Mrs. L. connection with dlotment
; Finance Mrs. Sam Anderson, G. Powell Bradford County High School In the
Mrs. L.
F. Dinkins REFERENDUM NEXT following facts
Mrs. W. H. Smith, and Mrs. Mar Meets At ChurchThe Miss Clyde Nell Thomas, Miss the class of 1936. The picture Is S. A. L. BUYS TWOSTREAMLINERS ful. Under the regulation may be hel

cus Brown. Women's Society of Chris- Jennelle Hutchlngs Mrs. Earl through the courtesy of the Florida MONTH ON TOBACCO have been wit
4 presented j ,t (is ,
Health, Mrs. E. M. Davis. tian Service of the Methodist Searing, and Mrs. L. A. Canova, Times-Union. (Continued from page one) tremely unlikely that 'the

.,_______________ Publicity, Miss Evelyn Stump. church met Monday afternoon pianist as honored guests and R. The Seaboard Railroad announced program by regulating marketingIn acreage allotment for ,tny 19
regui,
Membership !. rs. S. A. Weldon, 1. and held the September program G. Kldd, Mr. and Mrs. Hubert REVIVAL the purchase of two additional 1940. or old tobacco farm will> be

: Mrs. H. A. Lawson, and Mrs. and business meeting at the Priest, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Bell, "Silver Meteors" streamlined, It is my duty to point out fur- duced more than 20 percent, r
STARTS
OCT. 1 i
Whltfield_ .. the State Farm.__ ____ church. __ Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Mundy. Mr. I stainless-steel, seven car, reserved ther that even with regulated 1-5 below the 1939 allotment
I : me d Un us. u un ___ ___ __,__ __ _'n. ___ .,
l'oncluulng niceiing Mrs. J. W. White was tne program and Mrs. Ralph Cox, Mrs. James net*\! vuaui I.ralns. uuu uiiie ",VVU marketings it is not certain that nacres to plant unless an ,
for
c. i Sewell, as chairman of the program leader and the subject was Lewis, Mrs. L. H. Jennings, Mrs. revival Preparations at the First the coming horsepower diesel-electric locomo- prices can be maintained at is found in the figure. used erro
I Baptist v
I _ committee, discussed the "New Horizons of Home Mission tives. The new streamliners will
Barnes Pete levels
Burney, Mrs. J. C. Church prevailing before the markets calculating the 1939[
:' !: proposed programs for the year. Service." Taking part on the pro Garner Mrs. S. P. Vandiviere, continued, starting with on October 1st, be placed in operation about Dec were closed. Without regu- lotment. Any farm on acreage which t?
increasing
: gram were Mrs. Leonard F Smith Miss prayer ember 1st, and provide daily lated harvested ,
Madge Middleton Mrs. R. marketings I do not know acreagi In 1939I
: ii:; Baptist %V. M. S. Meets, who reviewed the home mission B. Alvarez Mr. and Mrs. Paul city.meetings A in many meeting homes on in Mon-the "Silver Meteor" service between how low prices would go for the materially large. ""tllIl. 'tip i is,

Elects Officers Monday work in Alaska; Miss Kate Struth Raymond, Mr. and Mrs. prayer New York and Miami, and every remainder of this allotment
; Jerry day night was held at the homeof crop or for the can not <" "''II' upon i itmcnt
: _ The business and program meeting talked of the work in Santo Domingo Moore, Mr. and Mrs. T. K. Mc- H. L. Brownlee. with Mrs. A. I third day between New York and 1940 crop. calving an increase i II i
Amelia reviewed
Miss
i' of the Woman's Missionary mission; work in Puerto Ray Rico and Clane, Miss Wilma Alexander, V.H. M. Darby leading. Thursday St. Petersburg. The diesel-elec- It was Intended before the pre 1910 by reason <>) "'1'I", plan!,
i Carden trio locomotives will the the .
L. F. Dinkins Mrs. power larger .
acreaic '''It;
Society of the Baptist Church the Orlentlals on the Pacific evening another is scheduled for ent emergency to issue farm acre- may i
among Paul Canova, Jr.. Mrs. Nisi: and new "Sliver Meteors" between' ceive some incn-nn r t. h, is
afternoon at
-----1
: was held Monday the home of S. E.
Sparks.
Coast Mrs. I. P. Shepherd allotments before
I
age
; One Washington and Florida destinations holding a
Wiggins. allotment if It I i.s jimmied t
3:30: o'clock in the church. Next week will find byti
talked of work in every
interestingly and the west coast "Orange I referendum for 1910. However land
labor
and (
I'qmpmen' our
Mrs. A. M. Darby, president, the Philippine Islands and at evening devoted to such meetings,
I led the Devotional services, using Marcy Center, Chicago, where ness session, Mrs. E. K. Perry- the schedule is as follows: Mon- Blossom Special" between Wash- about two months would be required to be available ft i num af!

as her subject "Soul Winners. 42,000 Jewish people live. :Miss man transacted the duties of secretary day night, unannounced; Tuesday ington and St. Petersburg. The to determine allotments considering oihei .i i ""ope <,

,... The program was under the direction 'Anna Heisted, who for a quarterof and the treasurer gave a Rev. L. G. Hemingway with Pennsylvania Railroad electric locomotives equitably and Issue them to farm- the farm. For ta mm' win

I of Mrs. II. L.. Hough, financial report. Ming Olive Ray, the Senior BYPU In charge Wed- are used on these ers. It Is apparent that holdingof tobacco was grown! m 1939 wit>
has steered the ;
__________ leader of Circle No. 3. The topic course a of century Marcy Center, is a person chairman of Circle Number One nesday night at the church; trains between New York and the referendum, opening of the out an acreage olio i men' the ,-

i _ for the program was "The Great of "deep serenity, abiding reported" that a large package of Thursday night at Calvin Johns'l 1 Washington.The markets, and taking of action to lotment will be based 'm 1-3 :

_ Commission and W. M. U. Chief kindness and unaffected good- towels had been sent on Tuesday with the Intermediate BYPU in "Silver Meteors" are being support prices can not be delayedfor the 1939 harvests! ,, 'case a

Alms Enlistment and Personal ness." The meditation period was to the Wolff Settlement House In charge; and Friday night with I built by the Edward G. Budd so long without inflicting justed up or down ii\, ,,al a:

4 Service." Mrs. Hough was assisted conducted by Mrs. A. Wood. Tampa. Mrs. G. W. Alderman. AU are Mfg. Co., of Philadelphia and the severe hardships on individual county committcet-' >h> tit-

: .. I by Mrs. A. E. Llghtfoot Mrs.V The president, Mrs. W. E. Mid- Beginning October 16, meetings cordially invited to attend any or I diesel-electric locomotives by life farmers and demoralizing business of crop rotation praitio-i., antlti!('

-A \ B. Alexander, Mrs. Dawson dleton, presided over a short buai- will be held at three o'clock Instead all of these meetings. I Electric-Motive Corp., La Grange, generally. Therefore the land, labor and .>quipmen< ava

and seven young women who of three-thirty. 1 Promotion Sunday will be ob- 111, statements below are made In able for tobacco. 18 ,ompar.

I gave a playlet "Enll tment Experiences. violin solos, "A Rumanian Hymn order that farmers may be informed with other farms -similarly itt:

:. ." Tune" and "Flower Song." A W. M. JOHNSON accurately of the major ated in the community

: Miss Grace Dew played two piano solo Chopin's "Nocturne in I Carolyn Callstreet changes made by amendments to I. I regret, and I am sun YOU a..

I F Sharp Major," was played by DIES FRIDAYWilliam the tobacco provisions of the Agri- that this situation has arson I

Mrs. L. A. Canova. Nathan Johnson, 68, cultural Adjustment Act at the full correction may require nit!

,_, FLORIDA THEATRE Mrs. Llghtfoot in behalf of the Sees All Hears All, Prli r nls All died at his home here Friday afternoon last session of Congress and In than one year. Tht' Dcparmt

GAINESVILLE, FLA. society presented the president, of last week of heart order that they may know the of Agriculture and ''ithei gover

v Program for the week beginning Mrs. Darby, with a beautiful W. That ole "Fall Feelin1 is in Address) System at home trouble. following a serious Illnessof probable minimum figures below ment agencies will ,i-xcrt eve

Mrptflmher" 22, 1039UA8T M. S. pin.During the air, and Football Fans are It's agin the law, efen if you several weks. which no allotment will be set. sound and equitable ffon"
the business meeting reports looking forward to the game In got a license I Under the amendments each meet this situation but its fin

TIMES TODAY were given by the Auxiliary Gainesville Saturday night between Call Street Comment Lois the Funeral services were held at' farm will have an acreage allotment solution will depend upon coo,
Ginger Rogers James Ellison/ U. of F. and Stetson grave in Kingsley Lake Cemetery and if the
leaders and committee chair- Adklna stunningly dressed in acreage harvested eration by you and nther gro\
'
In men. It was announced Week of From all I can hear, a great purple wool frock with a Sunday afternoon beginningat does not exceed this allotment, ers.
"MY: FIFTH AVKNUK. GIKL" patent I 3 o'clock, with Rev. A. E.
number of Starkeltes will be the entire
Prayer will be observed the last accessories leaving for Jaxto production, no matter Sincerely yours .

_ Saturday Only week in September.It among those present I'll beseeln' 1, teach school Dorothy Lambe\ I Llghtfoot Church pastor of Starke of the First Baptist how high the yield per acre, can H. \ Wallace,
officiating
was also announced that the ya. (Star be marketed without penalty. Secretar
Double Feature Program Comedienne of Minstrel
_ Rotary Interment here followed Immedi
circle meetings will be held on I Coach Johnny Whlttlmore of ) has been- absent
Jackie Cooper-Freddie D'tho\ from ately. Pallbearers were C. A.
Tuesday, October" 3 because of the B. H. S. is getting his boys in "Sternberg's" for a
) lomewIn couple of Knight, J. H. Fields E. Lennon
Association Rally at Pine Grove. shape to open the High School weeks a little Dental Doln'sOn J. T. '
R. J.
Quigley, Gomes andC.
The nominating committee sub- 'Season next week Have you I'
"TWO BKIGI1T BOYS""t'hiirlle J. Powell. The Boree Funeral
s mitted their report and the following -; bought your season ticket? .
the
Lake : Home had
Mary Lee of of
charge
aillo arrangements
officers were elected: It will help them to buy helmetsor Tallahassee NOW
('hant Treasure home with Hazel .
President, Mrs. A. M. Darby, other equipment Moore
Island" over the week-end I
1st vice-president, Mrs. W. B. And speaking of Headgear Survivors include the deceased .
Alexander, Ladles hats have reached a new They helped liven up the dance man's wife, Mrs. Wilma Johnson,
I tiunday; & Monday Harold
.. I Gary Cooper 2nd vice-president, Mrs. V. II. high Don't see how they stay and Martha Wall left and two Nona._. _Harold_no ___ .Tnhnnrtn_________ nf__ !
after
Tuesday
-I Ray .lIl1andRobert Preston Carden, atop milady's head when getting their cottage a .week's. stay in Starke and Theodore Johnson ofMorrlstown YOU CAN BUY YOUR

; 3rd vice-president Mrs. A. E. In and out of automobilesandsuch Understand Tennessee, and one
In Harold
"HKAU OESTE" Llghtfoot, Oh well! wasn't It Elizabeth did a little flshln' He daughter, Miss Gladys Johnson of

'. I 1 -Added- Secretary, Mrs. J. II. Lord Hawes who said "Fashion Is even Guess catches it's all'em in In Kingsley Starke. lIe was a member of the TYPEWRITER AT HOME

: Walt HlMiipy Cartoon Treasurer, Mrs. G. W. Alder- Spinach"YoOder if she Last week-end knowin' how Baptist Church of Hartford, Tennessee

man. meant "You don't like it, but eat sorta closed the and was a member of the

Tuesday; & Wednesday; Circle leader No. ,1, Mrs. I,. G. it anyway" summer season at the Lake and Junior United American Mechanics

),,i Joel McCrea--Andrea Leeds Powell. No. 2, Mrs. H. L. Brown- Chirpings Hot Election filled practically. One all the cottages were and the Odd Fellows.Mr. '

In lee; No.3, Mra. H. L. Hough Tuesday 12th kept kool with house-party somewhere JohnHon was born August i

., "TIIKV: ShALL .HAVE': MUSIC" Names were drawn for tho different Lonzy'a Lemonade Carolyn Sundown sang on Saturday from 1, 1861, in Cocke County, Tenn- !
to Sun .
circles and they will be Green (one of favorite up Nope Iwasn't essee, where he
my people was raised. He
1 Thurs., Frl.. Sept. :28! & 29 there Bill and Leila I
announced at a later date. ), always so cheerful, was the first railroad agent, first I
t Joe E. Brown --- Martha RayeIn Circle No. 1 will have chargeof Buddy Bishop left for school last Mundy in the Wall are spending a few days postmaster and founder of the S

the flowers for the church and Wed Buddy only lacks a cottage first telephone system in Hart
I ,5 .
"1,000 A TOUCHDOWN" of the program for the month of semesters work before completinghis EvenhV Events--our National ford. For the past few years he I .

''l --- I October. high, schooling Betty Guard boys working hard every had ben In the merchantlle business '
___ __
Ann Flvnn; wall cain anrl aKI night this week trettinonhoivo.. in I ',
ei- Florida InI
i where he came
1I I t tobeglnachool l--: Bad to be sick built and everything shipshape In 1922 and was until several _

NEAT APPEARANCE ,II In bed the first two weeks of I the new Armory ready-for the big months ago, local agent in Starke r,

I :\ e n n sOTTO I school Sort of a handicap dedication next month Doro-,I for the Jacksonville Journal. lie S

F. STOCK'S Dry CleaningSee 1 11 Bet it won't bother Betty. thy White trying to explain why' had been in failing health for I 4 5.eno; S
[ she turned '
in
Margaret Pearce Lillian Stern- the fire alarm Saturday several years. ct'e

berg Lorraine Smith Ruth Rowe, night brush fires near sjet,,.
,
CLAYTON STRICKLAND the
Ruth Sternberg: and Mrs.\ Jack Whitehouse and smoke set- served In the local Baptist Sun 1 I

_, (Rosalind Williams) were present tled near roof, thought to be fire, day School with appropriate .5
__ _, .__ .. alarm phoned in ceremony .
__ And
( ---- -' -"- -"- - 'l at Dedication of New Delta she was on this next Sunday, Sep ,-.

Tau Delta House In Gainesville stumped when Chief Winkler I tember 24. All! teachers and '

FLOWERS Wed Had a grand time even Jokingly asked to whom to charge : pupils are urged to be present.

? AU orders filled with c-a/rful consideration If they did miss the refreshments the bill !fl.J Red Davis (of On Sunday I
The House Is "Red's Pepper Box" fame In evening the pastor
very attractive the I
I for the requirement of the Individual. continues the series of
Lake messages!
Jack Williams and Charles City Reporter) was at the
I Special attention given to promptness andeconon.y. dance i on the Lord's Prayer., using
as a
Friday Guess
Darby are members of Delta Tau he came I
C text "
"Thy Will Be Done. THE '
Of ANc0CNC.ING
over to TELEGRAPH :
Delta and although they have inspect our sidewalks very TAKES PRIDE IS
.' been out of school for sometime firsthand after our reply to a special interest is the announce. THE FACT THAT WE ARE NOW AGENTS FOR
Mrs. L. G. Powell ment that John Powell will
they are mighty proud of the new grave insinuation be made again' a well known sing TilE KEMINGTON LINE OF PORTABLE TYPE

Phone 123-J house 'em recently (Our col. of Aug. the Lord's and loved versionof WRITERS. WHAT A GREAT CONVENIENCE IT H

Thru the window Dance at 11) Prayer. FOR YOU TO BE ABLE AT LAST TO FfKCIIASB

the Legion Hall Friday night was Hear that Julian Peek Jr. Is In YOUR TYPEWRITER RIGHT HERE IN STAR"05

quite a success You should South America Can't recall FLOWERS FROM A HOME CONCERN. IF YOU ARE' COV

have been there Everybody the name of the Dlace he In ..Innj j SmEllING TIlE MACHINE
i swinging Looked like a Jitterbug ping but it's known for .- FOR ALL WE WILL BE PURCHASE OF A NEW TilE EREIIN'GTOS "
INSURANCEHAROLD I I Jamboree Pretty good sence of the fairer 1c1 OCCASIONSIN GLAD TO DEMONSTRATE

I little band, that Certainly twenty to one jus' it'II--'j DESIGNS IN I RIGHT IN YOUR OWN HOME'Easy :

enjoyed those Impromtu specialty Flower's Wonderland I I

dances by Nat Steinberg and A. Charles
Fender Luther
Lennon
Gay Also Flowers Terms Available
Ernest I
Hemingway, and Bobby
Between Bars Wired to
Charlie Jackson all In Jax on Tuesday I W

: Pender, Ruth Sternberg, Bobby! taking exams, etc., for Navy AnbodyAnywhere

C. WALL AGENCY I tell Jackson and Billy Graham can Marine and Army They have I For AnyOCt'&IIlon BRADFORD COCl'rrY'
how
Not to
you
get Invited : not signed _
up as yet Jus'decldein
Please Phone 146 In to visit the Chief of Police at 1 '
I and thlnkln' It overHappy '
II Calnesvtll! It's all ver simple 1 Landing So long till I 3IKS. :N. D. WAINWRIGHT I TELEGRAPHPAGE

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BITS of LOCAL NEWS I Mr and Mrs. Prentice Morganof I .
Dallas. Texas arrived today.1

for a week's visit with Mr :Mor- I.1I ':
-- - - gan's biother-in-law and sister, Exhibit at New York World's Fair.

was a business Mr. and Mrs. G A. Anderson Friends of Mrs. W. H. Green
H-ivnn Mr. and Mrs. Edward Burn
g ,na Monday. are spending some time at the will be interested learn
P"a1D, !,i 01 to that Huge Success Claix: Florida Notables
r fl -- Epperson cottage on Kingsley she has moved into the R. ,
Lake. Mr. and Mrs. W.: S. Johns and 1
of Miami Green home on Street.
Orange
-Evel\| H'mons f Mrs.croons A'I daughter, Dorothy, and Mrs I __ ______ _n -
-ud guest Dave Roberts and children visit-
v'/I
be Miss June Smith of Washington Mr and Mrs. E. W. Hayes, .
,:: D. C., Is the guest of her of Jacksonville were week-end ed Mr. Roberts at Gold Head TOTAL NUMBER yi

Paul Raymond father, Junius M! Smith, and Mrs. guests of Mrs. Hayes' parents, Branch Park Sunday afternoon. : BEttT UKIBIT.. W...... OF VISITORS TO THE;:
j wI t L4Tae. .... ... ry. h 4Tuul
...
uv.lt visitors to TallaSatUrdol Smith. Mr. and Mrs. C B. Strickland. I ( ml ft WI?.UIk. FLORIDA EXHIBIT .w..
PbrM nklbH.' Ana.
business Friends of Mr J. J. Rigdon I /
kwk I.M*Ik.oklbH mr win..IMMM TO AUGUST Slti.
; Mrs. F. W. will regret to learn of his serious *krifer MYa.. e.w.h. turn '
Varnedoe of" Palatkawas Mrs. O. L. ::
Haynes returned 3.560,000
vwirt.........,"'h'IN' U'".,.1, '
the guest Sunday and Mondayof Sunday from Atlanta Illness for the past two weeks and .In.tlM .
Ga., where othna..I.aseaa
T:;: i; ,.riffln and sister, her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. she was the guest several daysof will be glad to know that he InlnM. krfort .M:| >kn l.f *t Ik. Muguri, Sid 1360.000 I

carrie Rl"(,'h pent Tuesday P. Smith. her brother, J. 1<'. McLarln. seems slightly better at this I n.II1IMaMhlls.I.. KM .... IA.. wM AUA.,4.Y1.M all ....... Yy.M J jI
cksonvillewnda time. .... of r.
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Mrs. E. J. and Julyald: -2.03HOCOy
Dowling son, Friends of Elbert Edwards will
[mman and grander Miss of Ft. Lauderdale .',
Billy Dowling, were guests Sun. be Interested to learn that he has Thella Russ -
were recent visitfc day of Mr. and Mrs. T. D. from the World's
; Jane I DyalIn accepted en route _
a position with the Flor- I JunSo th s3o.ooo ,
fc Tallahassee, Brooker. ida Farm Colony in Gainesville. Fair in New York City, was the s
--- week-end guest of her uncle!! and
Harold Cole, of the State Chamber of Commerce,
Wainwright, Sr., Is Mr. and Mrs.L.A. Canova and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Bes- .1\.y 3it ijo.ooo
D Mrs.
y. R. L Thomas, Miss Lorraine compliments Earl Brown, head of Florida exhibit, on
Dr this week In Talla- family have returned to their Starling:, M. C., Cecil, and sent, Jr. ArrIl3.'lh-.I"J"I fJukt, the success of the exhibit at the World's Fair. Mr.

with relatives. home after spending sometime at I I Odessa Thomas were business i Colee and Mr. Brown are viewing the attendance

Kingsley Lake. visitors in Jacksonville Tuesday. A. C. Travis returned to his chart, pictured on left. _._, j

g i Dowllng and daugh- ----- home in Ocala Saturday after

!lIS Helen Cowling, spentay Mrs. K. Q. Duncan, Mrs. L. D'I I N. T. Ritch left Sunday for spending a month here as l!! depot

| in Gainesville. Vining, Mrs. O. L. Beasley, Emory at Oxford, Ga., Junior night operator, relieving Fred

Mrs. M. F. Brown spent Tuesdayn College, to resume his studies as Carlton, who had been ill during KVI

.Lola Long> of Jacksonville, Jacksonville. I a member of the sophomore class. that time. i rT

flie week-end here with herr a
)
Mrs. L. H. Evans of
[ Mrs F H Long. orange-I I H. A Lawson. accompanied by Mrs. A. A. Johns of Frostproof,
,
burg, S. C., Is the guest
C. H. Register of Lake Butler, who has been the guest of Mrs L.

/Elaine Edwards spent last and Julia Mrs.Eastman.Mr. H. A.. Lawson and Mrs. 1 attended the Price-Morgan reunion A. Rennolds for several weeks,

jnj m lacksonville as the near Griffin, Ga r last week. left Monday for Danville, Virginia

fof friends and relatives. l end. to visit her granddaughter, Mrs.
and Mrs. James Hair of
-- J. L. Jennings.
of Lake City were guests of her r Mr. and I
Jessll Mae Blakely Mrs. Ed Samuel of I
I parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Hol-
villc WI\S the week-end St. Petersburg, en route to Chi Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Brownleeand Fred P Cone, Governor of the I

of Mrs W M WImberly. lIngsworth Sunday.Congressman cago, were guests last week of daughter, Madge, and Mrs ir State, was much impressed with Nathan Agriculture Mayo, ,waxed Commissioner cnthu&ias-of I'
Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie VVhitte- the great reception the peopleof I
and Mrs. R. A. S. E. Brownlee spent Sunday afternoon the accorded the- tic about the beauty of the exhibit -
[at Mrs Morgan Darby haveed Green and Robert Alexis more. in Jacksonville visiting T. Stale Comptroller J. M. Lee Florida exhibit.country Governor Cone and looks forward to see- I'w
son ,
after enjoying a week'silth N. Limbaugh, who is confined to says the Florida exhibit is the )looks forward to a marked increase ing the state's agricultural assets w 'Ic
and Miss S
relatives in Ft. Myers. Arline Mann spent Tues J. B. Rowe and son, Clyde St. Vincent's Hospital. best example of Florida's advantages in winter visitors this receiving increased interest .
--- day In Gainesville. Rowe, returned today after a few he has ever seen. It year and a healthy increase in from every section of the country -
is magnificent Mr, Lee', ,
Stanley Bennett Is spend- days' visit in Rome, Ga., as says permanent residents
Sir\ and Mrs. R. B. Trask and .
George Inman spent Monday at ,
,,
[, week in Jacksonville as guests of Mr. and Mrs. K. C. ha y
lest u ot Mr and Mrs. E. C. Madison auctioning livestock at I Burton. daughters), Betty and Dot of I Ii y.

the opening of the A. H. Hancock I Lakeland were guests this past i

livestock market there. weekend of Mrs. Trask'K mother rid e V
Mrs. J. H. Lord has returned
I Mrs. W. H. Perkins, and sister {s
to her home here after enjoying I
Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Nasworthy Mrs. Earl B. Searing. .- d,
entaWordED a visit with relatives in Flint,'
moved in this week after spend- i Michigan and points in Mln-, I ."""
Mr and Mrs. R. L. .....
ing the summer at their cottageon I neaota.Mr l\JcDanielll '
,
Kingsley Lake. I and son, Julian, Mrs John Me r- sR Il./

Leland Turner and ,, ,
Daniell, Mrs.
TO BUY COWS and and Mrs. D. P. Carpenter .4 '-- r
:Market prices paid on all The Rev. and Mrs. A. E. Light- spent the final of the week In' small son Lee, all of Jacksonville :

l'e' .. i 0 ODOM box 247 foot and daughter, Nancy, spent:. Baconton, Ga., HS guests of Mra. 'I were guests last Thursdayof :j .rw 4h.h.t h.f h.

(ke, Fla 331lyr.p the first of the week in Blounu- Carpenters mother, Mrs. W. T. Mr. and Mrs. John Uglow I ., f
town' visiting friends. I t
,
Jackson. .
(SALE <"harlestonWake"cabbage I Miss Martha Brownlee left :;, tt dI ..
plants. Open J for 'a ten days' visit I "1t 11Y
Mr. and Mrs: N. Sternbeij and Mrs. A. F. Saul and Miss Wednesday fit. I
grown Si j 25 per thousand family moved In this' week after Helen Prather were guests last In Gainesville as the guest of her J R
I
Austin Lawtey, Florida.Itp spending the Summer at their cottage Wednesday, and Thursday of Mr. brother and sister-in-law, Mr and j f. 7rl ti, Qb i
'
Mrs Milton Brownlee and her
on Kingsley! Lake. and Mrs. R. L. ;Norton In Jack- /' .
Ik
S. 11
uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. "
J-a small coat sonville. Carte B. rn.nftn i.; n. .. ...,.
r re s --- -
.a
T. Dell Sr. .t4' p.u.< "" --- -"'"'
jared from home about twoka Miss Beatrice 'Moseley of Jacksonville Senator Clark, of Monticello, ot the General ;ioir Corporation d
Reward. Plea.sey spent the first of the j Mr and Mrs. L. W. Halbrook and Mrs. Clark were the guests with an exhibit at the Congressman "Joe" Hendricks,
/ ago week here as the guest of her,,and son, Merrill, of Alachua, were Leslie Biggs and John Torode of Earl Brown during/ their reFlorida exhibit states more than after spending a few days at the 1 '
Betty Ann Flynn. It mother, Mrs. L. E. Moneley. of Mrs. Halbrook's left Tuesday for the Universityof cent visit at the exhibit The 901)) inquiries from persons intereYilca exhibit, expressed the opinion
: I guests parents Ga., in Athens where they will Senator and Mrs. Clark expressed in growing/ tung trees that Florida has won many new ; 'y
SALE Arkansas Mission- Mr and Mrs. WI. L. Andrews, last enter the Junior and freshmen great pleasure and pleased In the state. The inquiries will friends, saying( that the exhibit ,t
Strawberry Plants.'Good Mrs. E. M. Thomas is spendingtwo weekend.The surprise at the mounting attendance be turned over to the state groups is the best of any at the Fair,
:k. Now Ready'C.. L. weeks in Palatka as the guest I classes respectively They were figures" and the intense due to the fact that Mr C..rneand represented Florida at its t

('comb, Hawthorne*, Florida*. of her brother-in-law and sister, )I I Rev,. and.Mrs. A. E. Light- accompanied to Athens by Mrs interest. of the visitors C.o's! 1.01,1.-rn, docs .not sell land. best,

3t to 10-6 Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Strange. foot and daughter, Nancy, and W E. Torode. -- -

!. Mrs. H L. Brownlee and daughter madness that Wodehoimo admirers murders-that of Aunt Maggie "
Friends of : and Mrs A. E.
II. Madge spent Saturday in < ' NAT SEZ: I McKinney ,
Jacksonville. LIBRARY master falls down stairs that the
formerly cc\ipieil the R. A. Sally 0.r

iI\ Full of the year ha always had I' Green home on Orange Street will WHO KILLED: AUNT MAGGIE cause of murder Is discovered.
.J. a depressing effect .on me, I don'tknow" Friends of Mrs. R. A. Creep be interested to learn that they I BLACK NARCISSUS by Rumer by Medoin Field 10 n fast-
Medorn Field IM better known to
will be glad to leurn l : that she !U
Godden is
business an unusual novel with
why, and thin war have moved into one of the Bence moving thriller with doors that
thisyear. greatly"'improved after being con- Its setting in the Himalayas and Southern readers us Mrs. Medora ,
-t ;Its riot going to help it any apartments on Call Street open and close! mysteriously, a .
't ti, t< :however, buslnerm must gty fined to her home- several.-. weeks creates an atmosphere full of I storm that rages, lights that appear Perkerson, AsHlatant Editor of 9t

l\; on uij" usual and for some reason I because flf HWeds. Mrs. L. A. Rennolds left Monday strange implications from Its very and disappear, etc. Sally the Atlanta Journal Magazine

or"offceri. prlc w have started up.' I I' for Richmond, Virginia, where she opening and maintains a strongsense Stewart pries around an old country Section. This Is her first novel

? tun not trying to' high pressure I ,Friends of Mrs. Mary Dover will join Mr. Rennolda, and to- of drama to Its eventful house In Roswell, Georgia, and everyone Is wanting to know, 1r
will that she is
you,) but here's a little lip folks, be glad to learn gether they will spend their vacation ending. A Sisterhood of Anglican and becomes Involved, in two "Who Killed Aunt Maggie l"I

buy.. early and you will save yourself greatly Improved after being con- in the mountains of Virginia, nuns has been given the Gen I
fined to her home several weeks eral's Palace in which to live and
I
some money,. I returning home via Cincinnati!,
\\'e will not advance price until I because of Illness. Knoxville, Ashvllle and Rawlelgh. carry 011 their missionary work.
have to, but our present ------- -- Almost at once the highly individualized

Mock, we, will eventually run out, I _Paul T. Hooker of DeLnnd, who Mrs.-G. W. Alderman, Mrs. S. character of the different Tip Top Grocery

hope. spent last week here as the guestof P. Vandlvlere and son, Pitner, Sisters make themselves clear,
aunt Mr. and
his uncle and and Mrs. L. A. Canova and son, and a threat of strife moves with

lE mvnniTc\ CHOICE (OF PAI.TICULA.ISlESS Mrs. W. H. Struth returned to Levy, Jr. and George, will spend their movements. The pant of the
his home Monday.
this week-end in Tallahassee na Palace seems to exert its Influ AND MARKETSTARKE t

and Mrs. G. C. ence malignly. In the old days
guests of Mr
MEN Mr. and Mrs. Randolph Boree
R.Marshburn the Palace had housed the Gen- FLA.
White and Mra H. ,
of Jacksonville and Jimmy Mc- eral's "ladies" and It had cometo

'''Standish' i2 ? Daniels of Hawklnsville, Ga., have an evil name In the coun-
pictured 1 I'llKHIIEGGS: GOODONIONS
Sunday of Mr. and
guests The
were Miss Evelyn: Stump and Mrs tryside. place begins to
ow> is( specially de- Mrs. G. H. Bennett. its ,
3 ye9 Eugeno L Matthews spent the weave spell about the Sisters. r

: for style and week-end In Tallahassee. While They are drawn toward different Do/rn S Pound ',
'a:.' t Mrs. E. S. Amen of Homesteadand I endt according to their natures
;
25c lOc t
visited lends
fort there Miss Stump
it g '
.
assures yourtnea. + son Donald Ames of San the Order holds them only pre.
at the Zeta Tan Alpha sorority
in businessyet "' JOKe, Costa Rica Central America, curiously 'As the tension Increases .
Matthews the'
was ENJOY
Ye house and Mrs SOME OF OUR LOW PRICES
Mrs. Mike Dew
s t g.ves you were guests of guest of Mr. and Mrs. C. 11. I' actions become more erratic -

day long comfort. r j i I: and family Tuesday. Coulter.Dr. I fusion until and the catastrophe spreading send con the Red ToKay Grapes 3 Ibs. 20c '

I Mr and Mrs. Vernon Rowe and and Mrs. C. C. Mendoza i little band, one lean than when ,
two children, Jimmy and Gayle, they came, down the mountainonce
Clifford, Miss Gloria
and son, w
of Jacksonville were week-end Ritch of Jack I more. Rumer Godden ha I Johns, and Tom ,
guests of J. It Rowe and Misses succeeded to a remarkable degreeIn
visiting BANANAS LETTUCE
sonville, were here Sunday i
Ruth and Edith Rowe. home of Mr. and Mrs keeping both the time and tone I
at the
4 Pound :2 Ifmuls
I and Mrs. Currie I of her novel suspended in some
T. J. Griffin
Ez/'j? Mrs. G. L. Patten of Tallahassee -I Rltch and son, N. T. Rltch ac- ,. sort of in-between world. It Is as 15c 15c

is the guest this week of the back to I I i If when the Sisters moved into
companied party
I I her mother Mrs. E. E. Canova. Jacksonville and left there Sunday 'i, the higher altitudes of the moun '
Cobbler Potatoes Ibs.25c
j Mrs. Patten will be joined this night for Oxford, Ga., where I I tain the rules of cause and ttf-i ,
week-end by Mr. Patten. : feet changed and shifted and the
he Is a sophomore at Emory t tBUTTER
:
v I past reached more overtly Into COUNTRY ROLL BHOOKPIKUJ

I Roswell and Billy Noegel and College I the present, shaping events. CHEESE '

Miss Maxine Noegel spent Saturday Reader tired of conventional fiction
Miss Martha Ann Burton, who Pound I'ound ; a
night and Sunday as guests I I I should this
I enjoy expert
I the two months
bas spent past
$5.00 : [lot their parents, Mr. and Mrs. W here as the guest of her brother-j! handling of the unusual. 25c 19c

.. H. Woegel. In Cross City. In-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. TREE OF LIBERTY by Elizabeth

I i of Sam Anderson, left Friday for St. I Page shows America as our
: ii:" ', Mrs.: James Godbold Jacksonville to visit relatives ancestors saw It. This fine novel Swift Jewel Lard lb. - lOc
S. C.
r: ,i the first of the George, I ,
spent before returning to her home in of the American Revolution has
week here as the guest of her been claimed critics to
by
Rome, Ga. Miss Burton was accompanied many HLICKII: No :2 Slut Can f fPINEAPPLE'
Made of black kangaroo the softest yet tough mother, Mrs. W. S. Stroman, and to Jacksonville by Mr. be the best historical novel of the

est leather obtainable a with built In steel shank sister, Mrs S. S. Dowling.. and Mrs. Anderson, Mr. W. H. decade. : TOM A TO E.S
No. 2 Can
and comfort possible. n r Smith, and Mrs. G. P. Wadsworth LAND IS BRIGHT by Archie -
Friends of Fred Carlton will be of Hampton. Blrms Is the story of a great trek 12'/2C 6c I oI
I that be has recov-
glad to learn thru Missouri and Oregon with a

fly I'. erect from his recent Illness and Mra. Alfonso Martinez and son, moving dlscrlptlon of dally life in
returned to his position as Guaranteed Self Rising ,
r has J. A., of Tampa, who have enjoyeda a caravan.
.1I I might operator at the depoLMr. major portion of the summer WINE OF GOOD HOPE by

and Mrs. H A. Bishop and here aa guests of Mra. Martinez' David Rams Is a complex, vigorous FLOUR i. 59c

daughters, Mlmea Harriet and I parents, Mr. and Mrs.\. A. W. Red- book with half the world a.

IT PAYS TO BUY AT Nina Bishop, returned Tuesday I, grave, returned {o their home 1U canvas from the Cape of Good

night from a trip through North Siturday. They were accom- Hope to the coast of Maine, with ,' GALLON COOKING 110M) MADE'

I L Carolina, Tennexsee, and Georgia. panied home for a short visit by plenty of fighting and women and OIL 75c LARD Can $3.95

I[They stopped at Oxford, Ga., her brotber-In-Ia. and sister, Mr. I a bit of mystery I I ,

where Mr. and Mrs. Bishop en- and 1011's. Carl Johns, and child-1 I UNCLE FRED: IN THE URE.\IU'\HT WF.HTF.JL, Pound ;

tered their son, Harold In the ren, Carl Lamarr and Sandra. Mr I j SPRINGTIME by P G. Wode-I BACON Lb. 25c PORK CHOPS 25c ill

I preparatory department of Emory and Mrs. Johns and children returned -! house J U a new novel of Blanding ,

,i at Oxford. I I Tuesday. j Castle with all the mirth and 1



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I FARMERS' SECTION l INCREASED STATE EXPENSE SHOWN.'':I L'\ND-USE TO GAINESVILLE DISCUSSED PLANNING SESSIONThe AT IN- FLORIDA EVENT OF TO WAR AID LIVE- ---STATE--- -- NEW?

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HINTS- FOR THEHOUSEHOLD f Washington, = A study reported State Land-Use Planning Washington Locked away In CHANGE JUICE CAMPAIGNThe the pr"scl"! .)

RURAL / today by the Department of Committee has been called to the safes of manufacturing plants far reaching effects from a states the 8v,, ,In

COMMON SENSE. . I Commerce tells the story of rising meet in Gainesville September 21 of Florida and the Nation are publicity standpoint of Florida's low the pr,,.,,,, .I.,SPnrany!

PIKE PROTECTION IS FARM: CHILD NEEDS LOTS cost of operating and maintaining'''I and 22 by Dr. Wilmon Newell, sealed War Department orders for "30 Orange Juice" campaign, inaugurated year it win h.. ,. ,"' 1"ad, but

NEEDED MORE ON FARM OF "HOME GROWN" FOODS I State Governments.The director of extension and chair- gun carriers, bombs and all materials last fall by Burton governors as ,. '?/II .7"(' ""H
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THAN ANYWHERE ELSE total cost for the 48 States man of this group which is to of war. Schoepf, was evidenced by an will deBlgnm I" ,h,. s !: S

The most important foods for in 1937, the last year for which hold its first session at that time. At a moment's notice under a editorial which appeared in a CalIfornia November Both .? Thurada
Fire-fighting on the farm as children are milk and milk products complete figures are availablewas The committee has been set up vast plan prepared by the War paper urging a !simlllar! Day. Thankslh! (

most folks know. i is quite different vegetables and fruits $2,601,887,000, an increase of to give farmers and all agrlcul- Department's Allocation Division, I effort to promote the sale of citrus -- .

from fire-fighting In the city. whole-grain cereals and bread, 67.6 per cent over the $1,552,075- ural agencies an opportunity to I those thousands of plants in the I' juice in California.RKCERTIFICATION FlltEWOOII '1\\ St '

On discovering a fire In his eggs, lean meats, fish or poultry, 000 expanded In 1032. determine major agricultural Nation can swing into production -- .-- Fire Wood th., 0Sl

home, the city dweller steps and cod-liver oil. according to The cost of Florida was $41- problems, particularly as affected 1 of every conceivable need of the STARTED prove costly t to, Winter

quickly to the nearest telephone Anna Mae Slices, Extension Nutri- I 178,000 in 1937, compared with by land use, In every county and I I I Army and Navy. While there are yet about 5,000 Act of the UH, rn"ny of US I;!

and calls for the fire departmentand tionist. Rural families raise or (19,391,000 five years before. to coordinate definite recommendations Just how the orders would be WPA Jobs for certified workers L'.llSlature;

usually he gets very speedy use most of these foods but sometimes The expenses was exclusive of as to the best solutions. placed into effect if an emergency to be filled from the waiting list comes fully. ,"if,), rI ,

assistance in combating the blaze. do not serve them all regu- operating public service enter- Committee, membership is com should arise isn't determined. under the 18-months dismissal rul- ment from the T'III'hass H

But the farmer in his more l Isolated larly or in the right amounts. prises and of payments for inter- posed of nine farmers and farm However It probably would be in ing the work of recertifying those the Florid, ., F''rt.st of

location and often not havIng None should be omitted if the eat and outlays as well as payments women and representatives of all one of three ways depending up- who were dropped from the work service reveals that and p

the services'' of a welltrainedand I children are to get enough vitamins for debit retirement and state and federal agricultural i on the speed required at the time. rolls prior to August 16 will be- ing timber anYone I't
fire department. Is minerals, and energy foods agencies In Florida. from ,?, ,
equipped other non-cost payments.The I Those possibilities are: Tele- gin on Friday of this week, It was propel't)
In quite different situation when for their needs Miss Sikea says. I another to vtl, ,.
a State functions covered by A land-use study has been under grams to plant ownersincludingthe stated recently by Administrator flf $3 or Ii!
fire breaks out in his home. Information on the amounts of the cost report included the Legislative way since early in March, and 15 with sealed orders in Flor- Roy Schroder. without the con e'llt,, rf the ow
business establishments, each kind of food considered nec- have been completed In .. shall be
City Executive and Judicial surveys ida; announcements through the guilty ot lai-cn
apartments, and other buildings, essary and the reasons why each branches, highways, protection Lafayette Jefferson, Madison, press; or, a general radio broadcast JUDGE ACKERMAN RESIGNS ject to Imprisonment and
in addition to having the prompt food is considered Important are Columbia and Seminole counties.C. up to
natural resources developments, directing manufacturers to Tampa-Judge Alexander Ack- years or by fin. ,
given in a small folder, No. 14, t. d
fire .
cervices of the department M. Hampson, economist with rnaxlmu
"Well-Nourished health hospitals charities, corrections "put emergency orders into ef erman of Tampa submitted his resignation -! $500.
Children recently EmpIoye.
have sprinkler systems, extinguishers the Extension Service and leaderof ''II
the Children'sBureau schools, libraries, recreations fect. as U. S. District Judgeto rnunlclpa,
and other fire-fighting prepared by private utilities .
the
that
project tentative ',
says .i?
and miscellaneous .
operatlonll.Florida' The manufacturers don't know the at perl\1ttted
of the United States Department justice department do
at all times on trimming
ready made for
have been
equipment arrangements 01 '
Building and homeowners of Labor and the Bureau.of cost of operating its just what they'll be asked to turn Washington, D. C., Saturday. He Is v )1lIlng Whet
the premises. surveys in Plnellas and Eacambta necessary KJ I n h"
Home Economics of the United "general government" was $2- out under the sealed orders. How-I has served ten years and Is well 'slabll !ur.
in the city readily recognize this maintenance
month that other
Imnnrtnnrc__ __ ___ of sneed in States Department of Agriculture. 701.000 in 1937. compared with .. ..0 and coun- a'- ,tti*. thAw___ are___ _aurA__ that,___, the,n_ nro-_ _known n__ .__, throullhout,___ ___--- __ the whole.. ____ ----.,-- of such uu-..!
____ the_n, n ties' wiu De surveyed as last as DCO vue.
fire. It may be obtained by writing to $2,147,000 in 1932. u's will be those for which the country for some of his rulings
fighting crews can get to them. i --- .
the Children's Bureau. at Washington (General government includesthe plant Is best equipped. Too they and decisions. He said he would FAllS -
So, the farmer, more than any Both TAKES ()\
men and women representing Elt
D. C. legislative executive and know that the allocations have reach the retirement age of 70 on Drnr
other home owner and business "Setting good food before child- judicial branches of the State all communities assist the been made in such a manner that October Oth. President Roosevelt the Jacksonville The cblll1g
man, should be ready to fight fire collector of ,
ren supplies the materials needed Government, staff administrative surveyors in determining the types production of civilian needs couldbe has not yet acted upon the resignation for Florida internal rove
if It breaks out. lIe should also of will be
agriculture now common in the "ffected
offices and finance and law, elections continued. .
for good nutrition, the authors week
exerctae more precautions than probably
county, and In making recommendations I on Wodneahy
other to prevent his point out, but they also discuss and general government Locations of the plants where was announced
person
any for better utilization, that Sunday
home arid buildings from being the importance of good appetite, buildings). the lands will be conserved and the orders would be filled aren't TO SPEED UP TRAINING John L. Fahs tf-vear-oid J

destroyed. plenty of sleep, and regular meal Protection cost, including high- the people will have better in- announced by the War Depart- Pensacola-The Navy la goingto burg banker and former sT

05 hours. However, they believe that way patrols, militia, armories, etc. ment. But it said the selection speed up the training? of Its legislator, who
Three thousand lives and $ ,- comes. After the first survey was appointed
000,000 worth of property were many very active, rapidly grow- for the State amounted to $1,329- was completed in Lafayette Coun- of plants corresponds generally to I student aviators. Officials of the post last week to
ing children need tomato or fruit 000 in 1937, and $722,000 In 1932. industrial Importance of Individual the air station here where the Edwin Larson mcceedi
farm In
fires the
destroyed by nation ty, leading farmers and farm already baa m
last year. No doubt this juice, an apple or a glass of milkat Florida highway costs amountedto women met with the county agent localities. Navy's fliers earn their wings the required $100000 bond J

terrible toll of life and property a regular hour between meals, $13,106,000 in 1937, and $3- and Hampson and decided that In devising the big plan, the Al- said the time required for train- sent it to the Treasury Dep?

would not have been near as provided It does not spoil the appetite -i 049,000 in 1932. [ they would stress gum farmingand location* Division has operated ing would be cut in half and the ment for approval A supervi

great if more care had been exercised for the next meal at the The State spent $3,569,000 In napler grass production as with this solgan on the desks of number of students doubled, effective has been here for several d

and more precautions had table.When 1937 in the development and con- being desirable for the soils of leading officials: October 1. The air station checking the accounts and pij

been taken. : new foods are introduced servation of its natural resources, the county, "Our job: To appraise the industrial declined to give additional infor- steal property ,)111"t / office
in child-sized and $1,780,000 in forces of the Nation and mation. Elsewhere, however
For the protection of their own gradually helpings, 1932. "Imoortant adlustmenta In land expects to comniot, .hi.". ..,
children usually learn to eat any Health and sanitation cost Florida measure the war load they are was said the instruction period soon, leaving ti;., ,v n.
lives and the lives of their loved use need to be- made / ''Jpen
to
wholesome food that is set before I bringabout able to heretofore has covered 14 months. Fahs
ones and protection of their property $882,000 in 1937 and $321- a better balanced agricul- carry. i, to take offit. the next d]
them, Miss Slkes explains. If 000 In 1932.Miscellaneous. Another objective Is that out ---. Larson, attorney mtl l
it former
behooves all farmers to Inspect ture in Florida, and met
their homes regularly for defective they see older members of the I payments (Includ- information concerning more desirable specific lined by the Louis Johnson Assistant AMERICANS STILL ABROAD ber of the Flor-u LeglslatJ

flues family eating everything as a Secretary of War: London, Eng., Ten thousand from Clay Coum' ]
fireplaces, chimneys, ing pensions and gratuities to adjustments In local areas is need- < igned! s<
matter of course they develop "The provision of an adequate Americans still in the United eral weeks d.t ,
are
stoves, and wiring. Hubblah and former employee or their dependents ed that the action programs of. ago > nuikuij
good food habits that contribute co-ordinated and integrated program Kingdom and Ireland, the American outstanding rcc< :
hot ashes should be disposed of unemployed compensation various public agencies be' /n unng ,
J to health and happiness all may of wartime procurement ad- disclosed i ii more than six ,
carefully Gasoline and keroseneand administration and benefits, em- i harmonized and more effectively embassy early this v 't. en'ed
other Inflammable materials' through life.iFUHTIIKK ployment services, administration ] applied toward the aptable to the American system i week. Seven thousand of these collector. Altuom i ilspa

should be stored safely and carefully '' ---.--- of public trust funds ami ,I I meat of these adjustments accomplish-," !! of government and industry which are In England, Scotland and I from Washlngtn'1'11' 'unced

Farmers will do well to \I CONSERVATION nients. etc., cost the Invest-I(' Dr. Newell. "By their participation says will function effectively in case of Wales and 4,000 of this number do had been appoin" I t
kN'PI.. big barrel of water and KXCUUKAOKMIONT! IS AIM 368.000 in 1937, and $135,000 : In land-use planning studies war." not have passage to the United slstant to the ai" neral

palls and a good ladder handy. I OP 10 II) FARM: PROGRAM 1932. $2'-1 farmers and farm women can The products to be provided States. The other 3.000 of the I connection witt i ion

Rural fire-fighting brigades For hfisnltnla and $-.. *.. .. ____., I._ .Inuulo''ln... ,._.I_'..___ I.. from Florida Industrial plants total are in Ireland. These figures lands for the Nt, i .<,> Bti
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Provisions of the 1940 AAA for have been divided by the Allocation include Americans Larson has mud'
should be established so that the handlcaped, Florida expenditures the formulation of sound, long- working in the "WI
neighbors can ruuh to the aid of I Farm Program have been approv'etl totaled $1,5(51.000( in time Agricultural practices." I Division into seven general British Isles. Five ships are en- nouncement i 'pious

any farmer whose home or barn and will be made known to 1037, and $1,254,000 in 1932. Fan member-i ..f tho committee groups. route to help bring home the remaining the future.
Florida farmers in plenty of time I They are: Gun carriages; bombs; Americana. But --.-
Expenses for
In aflame correction, includ- epected to mend I (t the first one embassy -
Chimneys and brickwork standing for them to plan cropping operations ing prisons, pardons and parole sesaloc are lira. (; J. Barstow of I shipbuilding; forcing\ ; Dies I before planting time!, an- gines; pontoons and mattresses. small we need In loving menu
nmld smouldering ashes the boards amounted to $922,000 In South Bay ltrlt.mos Davis of ; big boats and i' pre
remains- of a once beautiful home, nounces H. G. Clayton, state AAA 1037, and $656,000 In 1932. Mount Pleasant Mrs. FreJ Forward A lots of them." OUS little boy, souse KredetCarnell

are mute evidence of the terrible I administrative officer. The State's schools cost $14- (,i llaUlundr P. E. Williams I 11IK HOME-TOWN; : PAPER i who pa*. 't! .oy elijyenrs

blow that fire strikes on the Clayton explained that, consideration 012,000 In 1937, and $8,223,000 in of Davenport Lee Mathla of Pax- I have read the city dallies and' 5T.TK" TO OBSERVE NOV. 30 ago, Sep mi-i u 19

farm; they are stiiking proof of was given by Secretary of 1932.Library ton, Landis DlitiU of Ocala, J. E. I tiie' JiagUiine: of worth; Tallahnsscc, Florida will ob- "Gone but not rut.. tier

the need of fire prevention and I Agriculture Henry W. Wallace, I expenditures were $6- Beardsley of Clewis ton, W. T | And the .,'telcly pa..!ilcatlon) which i ,,erve the final Th....sday In Nov- I Parents in anuparer

adequate, prompt, and systematized and other officials to the present 000 in 1937 and none In 1932, i I Watkins of Plant City avid Dan ; go all o'er the earth; ,I oiuber aa Thanksgiving, according -
action against flames. European situation and Its possible while recreation cost $55,000 In Howell of Olustee. 1 have wondered at the pictures! :.o an announcement from Governor 4WE :, go'ud'sa

effect on American agricul- 1937 and $4,000 five years before i and other things Uicie.a. I I Cone last week. President
ture when the 1940 Guy..Andrews, acting state rep- And hardly know upon which
Adding machine paper at the program was resentative of I I Roosevelt ha; said he will desig
the U.
Bradford County Telegraph. drafted. The aim of this program of Agricultural Economics S. Bureau is page 'twould be best to begin.I I nate Thursday, November 23rd as
Is to maintain CARK secretary like their snappy modern
a production of IN SELECTING ways, I the national
BUS SCHEDULE farm commodities in this coun- SEED: CORN IS URGED of the committee. The their wonderous stories, too; and in such a case Thanksgiving, the Day.
office
North Bound try which will balance with the BY STATION WORKER Bureau is cooperating In the sur- But, somehow when I'm lonesome and other federal post

Leave Starke: 2:43: a. m., 12:31: I demand, whatever that demand veys. In addition to Andrews and and I'm feeling glum and blue, observe that employes will ,

p. m., 1:50: p. m., 3 p. m... 6:15p. : may prove to be, and to maintain Farmers growing hybrid corn Dr. Newell, other agency representatives I find old friends around me andI is not a legal day. Thanksgiving I

m.. 10:15: p. m.South I and Improve the fertility of our '.get carefully selected seed corn on the committee are: fairly hear them'speak, but is observed holiday nationally
Itouiid From Gainesville Harold Mow- When I read the upon proclamation
farm land. Farmers' interests are when it comes from certified home-town paper
Leave Starke: 2:20: a. m., 10:20a. carefully safeguarded In this program fields or when they buy from ry, assistant director of the Experiment which comes to me each week.

m., 2:20: p. m. 0:20: p. m. which also serves the public thoroughly reputable seed dealers. Station; Dr. H. Harold It Isn't much for beauty and print
>Vet Bound to Tallahamce interest. Good seed stock plus "hybrid vig Hume, dean of the University of Is sometimes blurred; r OUR MILK 1 1tt :* aI

Leave Starke: 3:35: p. m. arrive or" Florida College of Agriculture: H. But. tVlA_ ...*._ .m&._....rt _..***...* *..h._ ...-n._ A 1' I g'CV
Provisions of the program deal- results in higher yields, says -- un- L '" V'A", '
Starke 12:33 p. m. tag with agricultural conservation Dr. Fred Hull, State Experiment I G. Clayton, state AAA administrative and things which occurred. 1 LEADING HOTEL

For tree pick-up service (with measures closely' follow those In Station agronomist. officer; C. D. Gunn, coordi- And it tells of how Ben Slocum
in city limits) phone nator of the Soil Conservation has cut Ihlt mtel.....5.
Lacy Conway effect this year and are based on "If farmers who plant open-pol- his crop of wheat; E n.juYi at|
agent. farmer recommendations, said linated varieties were to exercisethe of Service the Farm; J. A Taxada, Jr., director And it says the harvest crop of h prool.ort ol hold downlowiSUMMER Ia to

.. Clayton. Acreage goals for major same care in selecting seed Security Administration apples is mighty good and jactooBtlllo. Eve T
eek.
; H. J. Morrison, U. S. sweet COMFORT with 1\&It'\ *
there ; too
crops together with rates of payments corn wouldn't be so much
666 MALARIA Bureau of Public Roads; and Dr. How Deacon Pitkin's Seldom lhow... ooft I W
: will be established later In possibility of them getting a J. H. youngest Equalled radio and T.n.Uan bUndi.. Enrr M
'. t du7u relieve* view of developing conditions. The 'bubbln crop,' the state worker Montgomery, quarantine Inspector girl baa gone away to school.It with buMttpring matlroM<< and,nadno:
L'qu'd.'tc.I"'..."... COLDS 1940 Range Program will also be says. From of the State Plant Board. hints that nights are bad for Never Surpassed lamp. Ruimlnglcowaloronovoff floo*

Note "rop. nrtnptomm ttrmt dr announced later. The best method of seed selec- Tallahassee, Miss Mary corn because they're rather roruiAd MICCD
Try "Ilub-My-TIsm" a Wonderful Clayton explained that changesin tion of open-pollinated varietiesfor i E. Keown state home demonstration cool. COCKTAIL LOUNGE and

Liniment the 1940 program recognize general farm use is mass ..1.. ,,,"agent, .'n'; H._ ..J.___Malsberger_.__. __. n_ asc..aLc A smile always curls my lips and Dr'Tl"n rit...?,ri'a .g-frrrC....... cwriPOtt. .. _.
selection In the field. Seed corn 01<&u. AUICalClf X1 I'UHK J\f i can reel my cheek. '''''' L -- "j

INSURE WITH according to Dr. Hull should be J.Albert H. U. S. Forest supervisor; Glow warm. when reading what it it "DAiRY' JI ..I. S Po..d Ho""
picked as soon as the corn is Dowllng state highway says about old friends each Nell'ottaotC"tao" -Ho'oI DtSttt"
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engineer, Nathan Mayo, commissioner -.- -
JOHNS & WAINWRIGHT matured promptly dried, and week. .. -
stored in a cool, dry place and of agriculture; George O. In whispering tones It breathes to

FIRE LIFE AUTO LIABILITY BONDS protected from damage by weevils Gross, executive secretary of the me, a message drear and sad, FUNERAL DIRECTOR

Phone 13 STAUKE, FLORIDA N mice and other. pests. State,Planning Jr., state Board supervisor; J. F.of Williams vocational -- How has this slipped or that and old pal turned of mine out Mjr Many EFFICIENT Tear Experience PROMPT Blake It Feasible for SERVICE Me to Ren Ai

Culling Card Sale! 100 for 89c.i agricultural education; bad.Mixed and COURTEOUS
r Never and Dr. I. N. / MODERATE PRICES
this low before. Special Kennedy, executive in with sociables and things

I BOREE FUNERAL process resembles engra v I n Ir secretary of the State Game and which tell of wholesome fun, I DeWITT C. JONES
HOME :Many lit)lee to choose from Fresh Water Fish Commission. I find the names of those for:, Starke FloridaY'OO

Full line of Caskets Ss Undertaker Suppllo Bradford County Telegraph. From Lakeland, J. P. Fergusonof whom Life's sands have ceas- I -

AMBULANCE SERVICE the Farm Credit Administra ed to I
WAY ANn NIGHT special conditions in certain areas tion. run. ,j
IS t PHONE 134 and emphasize soil conservation And, so I say, and I have no fear' II
on who Merest!
that are
O. n.: all farms you will disagree
BENNETT Mgr. the country over. NEW
"A HOME-LIKE INSTITUTION" I An important provision COLLEGE COURSE: The greatest source of news on I, the SAFER INVESTMENTS with delmiM INCOMt*
which
Durham. N. > "
will C.-The art of earth for common folks like please mail the coupon for onalyiu oheeti om
encourage further soil
conservation pressing "hubby's" trousers is me. toiled Information.
I measures on small I taught as part of
household
a
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Insures that as much a8( training course under the University with them sit and anew i _ _ Wt own and offer (subject to friar 55I )
$20 be speak | .
t may earned on every farm of New Hampshire ; _____
extension Aa I read the home town __ 6% Preferred Stock el tht

Screw Worm Trouble? I participating! I in the program. Anuiurr service. Miss Daisy Deane Williamson which com.... a... YnA _,,_I... .paper....__,.... I 'v ------- -- -_ ,. ."'"!
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important conservation .cc.
provision state home-demonstration -The iAncoln AIiIiEPTANCE CORPORATION ur i fLUlIlUII'nIIo
will Journal.
encourage the planting leader-
Treat Stock of forest trees says she already has Ilado I Ie UIa _10'capital Mcurilf of Uu Apunt'
in One farms
Application on by allow taught hundreds of women how CONTEST sloe -. rnd.. callable .in IMA ,i 10* abaft .tltrlf!. po-
ing farmers to earn to $30 LAUNCHED
up for to
prevent baggy trousers in
New York-A THIS CORPORATION
BARRY'SScrew tree planting. In addition to the classes in a dozen contest seeking
regular soil-building allowance for communities. a name for the new streamlined 1 -h,i earned over twice IU dividend ftqlllrtD1fnlhaa

Worm Killer and Fly RepellantKILLS the farm. I train which the Atlantic Coast -I__ capable and, experienced management .
HIGHWAY *
PATROL ...If"us**
DEL1'EDTaJJahaaset U
Soil-building practices have : Line Railway and the Florida I recognized by broken and investorS M

INSTANTLY! KEEPS FLIES AWAY! been provided to meet more ade- patrol !,created Florida's by new the highway 1939- East Coast Railway will operate -g ment.y. preferred dividend January, April Jul 1114
qUAtely the neeus for daily service between New York lobes.
Sold Under I soil conservation > -I legislature, won't begin operations and Miami this I, preferred stock be In multiples 51 11
Money-Back Guarantee said Clayton, and special until winter was announced -1 -' can bought .S.
December- 1 four ,
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emphasis
will be railroads.
By All Good given to conser.
Drug Stores Feed I late says an Associated I
( Stores vation of wildlife. In areas where I Dispatch. Its Press I Prizes of $630 were offered in i! Cut Out FLORIDA BOND AND SHARE, l.e. e*".. *.- I

or General Stores food for the farm family la gen- authorized organization was the contest with a first award :'I 5lqi It Mall I ORLANDO, TLORID.'tTsdsy

i: emIly Inadequate, a home-garden I has not for been August 1 but a director of $300. Second prize will be Pita,. lnj, ?, Uformttion, on Q%SECUAIT'I'
6 Oz. Size Pints Gallons provision will be available. The the appointed and $150: third prize $75. and 25 other .
I patrol personnel has not been "' I
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35c 65c $3.50 new provisions also extend the j selected. Officials) estimated 60 awards of $5.Monogrammed: I ....s "- I --
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commercial peanut and commer- j days would be .. R.bi& --
I / required to train
clal vegetable- programs to more and equip personal station-1': PIsdd.ae.e.. I :tbuu.. -.----- I
j men before
counties than In 1939. J actual they- begin I| cry at the Bradford County Tele- I I -- S f
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Lit SEPTEMBKU: BRADFORD COUNTY TELJCGUArn STAKKJC:, FLO KID A -- rAGE SEVEN

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VANDERBILT f! MANY SUBSCRIBETO ers are required to take part.
DIRECTORY
CHURCH. &
NOTES By Miss, Veltna Norman Boy ScoutsAt I When the number of participants

," TELEGRAPHNearly Is known, the amount of
each teacher must pay will be determined. .
sT METHODIST rRESBYTEltL\N 1 EPISCOPAL ClffiISTI.\"i Mr. and Mrs George Jordan the regular weekly meetingof 100 of the Telegraph's .

1I' ..,I"hlruot Rev. Frank Robinson Rev Chas H. Allen Rev. Fred Yerkea. Jr '". and little son. Hurry Lee of the Boy Scouts of America faithful subscribers renewed their
Rav .,
E v. "I JuMt
A Pa"tor Pastor Rector Rising were visiting Mr. and Mra. Troop No. '70 com-
paalor'u m. K. Perryman Pastor plans were I subscription last month, and with I
1, 'I'homas Bch, :}"I- Oen Superintendent Orlranlst Sunday Miss Ella School.J Saeae Supt. Sunday School Supt Levy Norman and family of this pleted for the observance of "An- them came many new subscribers
>lUnda' .1 i or Church School Mre. E. M. Day!. Orlran.st Mre. Ira Wlleon section Sunday morning. niversary Day" for the Troop. Those subscriptions
j payingup
t6Aqu Church School James Sundsy School
8upt.llrs. Carlisle
j 8et C. 10 A. M. Church Roy School ldatbewe ServIces 10 clock Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Manningand The Troop charter will be renewed -" last month were Mrs. Effle Johns

arningll A, M. Morning Service, 11 Worship A. M. Church School 8unday' Sirool, Every Worship 3rd Service Sunday family of Jacksonville: are early In October and all I Melvlna Abraham F. !of. Merrltt

allot Tr.InmB I EY.ning Worsblp, 10 A. M. 10 A. 11 o'clock: .. moat visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. boys registering will be given J. W. Home O. E. Stansbury, L.
:8ertce, S"rvlce. 8:00: P. III. Morning. Worship SundaYI -- 11 A. M. 8:00: o'clock p. m. Jim Manning and family of their new 1939-40 certificate of. A. Fowler Myrtle Oliver A. O. : 1
amine b( Young Pe..le'. 11 A. M. Fridays __ 8:00: P. M.Prayer Meetingrep '
p. Vanderbilt. membership cards at this meet- W. N. North H. A.
Meetings Night Andreu
reating League Sigma Chi 1:00 p. m. holy Daysl0 A. 1101. Wednesday '
arrant, 9:00: Y.M. 1:00 P. M. rPrayer 8:00: clock Miss Pansy Adktns of Jack- ing. The date for the meeting Bishop J R. Rowe. V. L. Star '

PlanlScanova Wedneeday M.sUnlr 1:80: P.M. sonville was the guest of Mlas which Is an open meeting to the.i ling, Ernest Wllmot One Wiggins

i ;ntlrctor; Mr. F. H. Long. MISSION IIALL GOSPEL TAB. "IIt'nen OF CUltiST Velma Norman of this section public and to which the public Is I I T. C. Chastaln. Amos Williams -

'pair II powell Organletoba Sponson: Sponsored by Harry PlckuD Saturday. most cordially Invited is. October G. A. Gardiner, Bill Wainwright ,

oaufr, Peaeana Drre KlIlcald.Jeannette Choir Dl-P. Mr and Mrs. .J.Mr. and Mrs. Paator Mr. J. M. Rosier of Woodlawn, 10th. 1939 at the Community I Mrs. S. E. Johns. C, L. '

,. glckliter rector J. T. Quigley Jvan&'ellstlo!: T. Quigley Bible Study 8 p, m. and son Carl Rosier of Indian- Building (American Legion Hall) Moltt M. F. Prlngle. Rev William I
Service
Chalrmanst8e. MIL E. K. Perryman Bible Study. each each Friday and Sun- Lorda Sermon supper and 4 The p. m. town. Florida, were visiting Mr. The meeting will begin promptly .1 Shaw, Mrs. J. T. Johnson
"to powell Anlstant Organlet Tue"day evening 8:00: day evening 8:00: at 7:30: o'clock and will be Futch
evry Sunday and Mrs. H. L. Norman and L,. C. Powell Mrs. L. H. ,

.. .. -. ..... .- -. "- ------ family of Vanderbilt Sunday.A of especial Interest to the parents ,,, R. A. Grlffls Mrs. W. R. Swan-
large number of high school and friends of the Scouts of born, Mrs. Chas. Burton Van. H.

Jones METHODIST MISSION HALL ANDTAUEIINACLE students from this section attended Starke. M. G. Boswell, executivefor i Garden, Miss Katie Fugate J. R.

gob CHURCH NOTES the bus picnic given at the North Florida Area Coun- I Hall, Mrs. J. H. Gill, Mrs. Frank COOK

'- At the Kingsley Lake last Friday afternoon cil. Is expected to be present and I Morgan W. J. Kpperaon, Jr., andJ.
regular Tuesday night to present the new charter to
.
On Here Reciting dome of the costs of Bible M. Mott.
vments{ study which was held at the
the Troop. R. F. Clark presi- THE MODERN
Mrs Myrtle Adkins and child- P. O. Hayes. Mrs. F. II. Long.V .
\\d, Hereafter peace Sunday morning at the 11 Mission several Hall this week there were ren of Jacksonville spent the dent of the Rotary Club the spon \ B. Mundy. W. F. Moore, D. P.

of o'clock hour of worship at the visitors present, among week-end with Mr. and Mrs.\ F. soring group for this troop will Carpenter S. R. Johns!, Jr., E. R.
founder and president them the new pastor of the Law- WAY TOO !
tie First Methodist Church the pas- M. Norman of this section.Mr. also speak, as well as one of the Bowers, Mrs. J. C. Manning, Mrs. ,

liege. I
ill the idea of "standardiza-I Scripture memory work isprogressing son. Harry, of Brooker were visit- I Interesting features given by I Ida Sweat J. M. Brownlee, Miss
made an impasslonate plea for nicely. There Is always -
which we hear about soIs I Ing relatives of this section Sat the members of the Troop as Individuals Snookla Corpenlng: Mrs. W. E.

from some of our educa- I the Christians of America to exert -i these some services.special music featuredat urday.Mr. I and as patrols will help Murphree Mrs. J. C. Cone, Harry

L their Influence In every con- and Mrs. Levy Norman of to make this meeting one worthy I Houston, Katie Dell W. S. Futch

experts ceivable way that would keep the The subject dealt with the Incident Vanderbilt were the guests of of the best possible attendance.. W, L. Andrews J. W. Jordan,
Ifowever! the greatest need of of the deceit of Jacob prac- Spf'c\allnvltalons\ will be sent out )
Mr. and Mra. J. M. Rosier and I' Southern Press Clipping Bureau
United States
Ig and universities la notJcatlomil from entering Into ticed on Isaac. Esau had already family of Woodlawn' Tuesday I to each parent of a scout to the I J. 8. Sapp Miss Vera Galney

standardization. It lahi the present European war. lost his blessing when he Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Howard and I members of the Rotary Club, the I Rudolph Andrews, S. L.. Peek, Jr., TF2i

ethical and Christian stand- Basing his sermon on the passage sold his birthright. He despisedIt family of Waldo were visiting, Troop Committee and to each Mrs. Matilda Hitch L. L. Ren- 3

Jatlon thai we need In our In- of Scripture that records the as the Scripture salth. We her parents Mr. and Mrs. J. M. I Merit Badge examiner. Everyone I froe Mrs. R. F. Demoreet, B. S. ;..Jd".tA

iutlona )t learning. Unless we steadfastness of Jesus in holding may think that Esau was a fool Manning and family of Vunderbilt I reading this column is expected Johns, G. P. Shuford M. I. ,

the proper spiritual and fast to his principles, Mr Robinson I for allowing his appetite to run I Sunday. to take this as an individual Johns, and Doc Wnlnwrlght. t"

tal standards no other kind of !! urged his hearers to also hold away with him. But we are Invitation to bo present - t tI

dards worthwhile can be sushi fast to the principles of pence equally as foolish when we allow October 10th. 7:30: o'clock: at the I
FLA. STATE FARM Teacher Retirement
Ynung people without that are set forth In the teach- our appetite for worldly pleasures Community Building ,

tal character will cheat on ex- ings and exhortations of Jesus. and amusements to trick us into My Miss!! Knzarnver An annual summary of the financial Plans Announced ",

nations and the higher the Assisting In this service of selling our birthright aa children educational and the

dards of an institution the worship was Mrs. F. L. Long at of God. Some men will sell the' Mrs. Bryan Drew and mother, achievements attained will be Tallahassee- The Board of A y 'Ii

liter the temptation to cheat,, the organ playing for the congregational happiness and security of their,' Mrs' B. A.Romeallne Miller and Whldden their houseguest of given by the Scoutmaster, the Education made preliminary plans r i y

iss thi student has proper singing and special families to Indulge their Inordinate : week-end of I Flev. Frank Robinson who will alaI I Tuesday for setting up the teach 1

Lai. standards. selections. A quartet composedof appetite for liquor. Church Tampa, were guests so present the membership cards ers' retirement program without i I
Funsworth of .1
Mrs. Frances
files) hi instructors have the Mrs. E. K. Ferryman. Mrs. N. members will betray the cause of I to the members of the Troop; dipping Into the State Treasuryat t r,

it t mom1naracter" they will D. Wainwright; Jr., D. P. Car Christ to sate their appetite for Savannah Mr. and, Georgia Mrs. Shell recently Morton ofHomestead I present the attendance pins to I this time. Governor Cone told ",

tempter to pass students penter and E. Williams rendered social prominence and worldly I hone( boys who have missed fouror members the State's financial condition -
Mr.
of :
[tilier 'hex deserve to pass or In a most excellent style: a''', pursuits. In fact, men everyday were guests less meetings since the beginning i would not permit payment tI,1Jr I II,
Prince
and Mrs. B. C.
[and they might fail students !special! vocal selection. are selling the best things In Bob loft Sunday for of this Scout year; and to nt tlil.s time of any purt of the ,

i ihoulu pass The problem of The evening service was con- 'I life tor something destructive Gainesville Chapman where he will Sunday resume! announce time new officers for the J $400,000 appropriated for the next I Ij'

Iiatloniii institutions is thee ducted by the pastor, assisted by "for one morsel"of meat they sell his studies at the University of Troop for the ensuing year. Other two years or the $25,000 allowedfor .j'' "

problem we have in govern-' Mrs. E. K. Perryman at the organ. their birthright. Florida features which will be announced expenses! ,r

tt It
lowered ,our moral standards.have Important part of the service and selves on this. score. Every Telegraph will make this I public Instruction was Instructedto 0 0
and daughter, Mary Cay 'are en- JI II
[ a bankruptcy of characIn was entered Into joyfully by the thinking person knows that when joying a vacation at the A. Z Ad- meeting one well worth attendingand draft a plan for presentationto I :i
.
I the world. congregation. The Rev. Dr. J. F. they sell something valuable for Lake. one that will be long remem the board next Tuesday.The
kins Cottage on Kingsley "
'bat we need are the old-time Bell of Lake City led the congre something cheap they lose by the Mrs. R. H. Tyson Is visiting her bered. Make your plans to attend 1039 Legislature enacted C...... L: ''I "

|gad convictions of our fore- gation in the evening prayer. bargain. Nor is God deceived, mother in North Carolina. thin meeting of one of the most the law calling for teachers to CJ.UIUUUlUl. eiJJVuI I
"Do not deceived God Is not Scout in contribute part of their salaries U the skilled work of
era wht believed in an author- The prayer meeting service will ; Mrs. Harriet Goodman and son outstanding Boy Troops courteous :
be
lie Bible and a God of justice. be conducted on next Wednesday mocked. For whatsoever a man Henry, will return to their home the State of Florida. toward a retirement fund to members of our organization

} need again to preach to youngpie evening by Mrs. A. Wood representing Boweth that shall he also reap. in New York City after having The regular weekly< meetingwas augmented by State appropriations.

the old message that our the program of the Wom He that soweth to the flesh of spent the summer with Mra. Good opened Tuesday evening at I Governor Cone, who vetoed I

fathers preached; that is, that an's Society of Christian Service. the flesh reap corruption; he that man's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Her- 7:15: o'clock with most Scouts oarawra
nlmlllar In 1037 allowedthe
plans ,
r,
I destroys that men cannot do A moat cordial Invitation Is extended soweth to the Spirit shall of" the tthfleld of the farm.1V000LAII'N. present. The pledge of Allegiance bill to become law without 4 I IMDAN

tag and get by with It; thatre for all who feel the need Spirit reap life everlasting. was given by the Troop as
his signature, but said at the time
Is a ,coming judgement; that of a period of public worship to well as the Scout Oath and Laws '
the State might not have moneyto
1-eis that at and all of T.VUEUXACLKNext The Scoutmaster, a brief
a heaven and a hell; meet with us any Carter gave
1\1r1l. Oscar
Ity contribute Its share.
the serviceat
t is and Is services. Friday night talk concerning the Anniversary
fit right wrong wrong. our .
with at
The law allows teachers I
Tabernacle will be in
e new religious philosophy The worship service on next the Miss Mildred Williams of observance to be held 1 soon. The least three years' service to de- J. G. SPENCER, Manager
of Rev Emil Oilman
j.ch has been given to young will be conducted by the charge pas- boys then separated to their
Sunday First Church of Starke was visiting Miss Gladys cide by December 1 whether they
of the
tor Baptist
>pIe! for the last few years Is pastor at the 11 o'clock hour Carter Saturday. Patrol rooms where the recently will participate Younger teach .
He will
ponslble for the wave of sen- and the evening hour being a Green Cove Springs. Mr. and Mra. Raymond Crosbyof / purchased telegraph keys were I _
llty and moral looseness which regular fourth Sunday evening bring, a group of his young people Jacksonville spent last week- set up and practice begun. ,

produced our Juvenile crim'a special service conducted by mem- with him for special music. end as the guest of Mr. and Mrs. orders to the patrols from! the I Ij 6

has pulled down our ode bers of the Young People's Divi- Last Sunday night many of Luther Hilliard. I Headquarters room and all replies j 1 1lv

moral standards. and friends of those who have been faithful intheir ot and requests must be given over
sion. All parents Mr. and Mrs Henry Dunn ,
I attendance the serv- I these Morse code sets
telegraph ,
upon
most cor- ,
the Young People are Jacksonville were visiting {Mrst
ices at the Mission Hall and Tab I thereby enabling each key or
e devil told Eve to live her dially invited to attend this service Dunn's uncle and aunt Mr. and
[ ernacle formed an organization.It to learn the code and
patrol
P We, that she did not need at which time special music Mrs. J. S. Norman last week. I every
la their feeling that they will become< proficient in the art of
and other parts of the of Jack-
t God 01big boss" telling her readings Miss Francis Hodges
have a greater Interest! in the sending and receiving messages
H t to do that the fruit that she program will be given by the sonville spent last week as the I
work that they are a partof code the patrol
will now by Following
p been forbidden to eat looked Young People. The pastor guest of Miss Myrtle Johns. ,
d,ta8ted good and would make be present and will make a few It. May God grant that they Misses Alma and Lois Johns of meetings the Scouts assembled In

I'lse.i So. she and Adam I Introductory remarks on the pro- continue faithful.. Jacksonville spent last week-end the main auditorium.A .

:apled under foot the command gram. Come and worship withus au the guests of their parents, good attendance was. noted

God and took over their own at any and all our services. HIGHLAND P. B. and E. C. Johns. I IMt' at the meeting, two patrols, the

Ira.Vbat. Future services of vital Interestto Ity Misn. :M. K.: Crews and Mrs. Luther Hilllard Bat and the Wolf, having 100 per- t h hN

a mess they made! They the people of our Church and were shopping In Starke Saturday cen attendance and the other two

f'Iroyed their garden they community will be the Promotion I Mr. Robt L. Crews visited relatives -' afternoon. having only two or three boys I

ked their ; clay service In the Church Schoolon here Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Johns of Live absent 17 members of the Troop

ed their paradise; they next Sunday morning at the Mrs. Annie Clarkoon and Mrs. Oak were visiting friends and relatives have paid up their entire Scout !
children and curs-
the world through all 10 o'clock hour, the Annual Ruby Gay and Bobble Gay visited here Sunday.Mr. year dues and it is expected that !

a. ThE satanic philosophy genera-is Church School Day and Rally Day J. T. Man- and family here and Mrs Lesley and child- all the others will do so by the

r.g taught in of service that will be held on the Sunday. ren, Mrs. Francis Hall of the next meeting, which will enable
today
''Wlonai institutions.many "Llv.r our 'Sunday morning of October 1st Mr. nnd Mrs. M. L. Crews were Evergreen section! were visitingMr. I the registering of the Troop in

own\ life at the 11 o'clock hour; and the visitors here Sunday. and MI-H Luther Hllllard ; time for )he October Anniversary<

10 as von. you" have a right Communion service which will be Mrs. Nelson T Green and Sunday.Mrs. Day meeting. |I
please people
>told (It you want young that man'sPeny held on the 2nd Sunday morning children visited Mis. H C. Wim- J. S. Norman and daughters. Immediately on dismissal: of the

'ake it. If (October 8th) at the 11 o'clock berly and family here Saturday Mrs. Wade Gaskins, Mrs. 'Troop the Troop Band was organized -
are
coed" amt you hour. Miss Pauline Green of Middle- Jim Husey and Mrs. Othma Nor- and held their first prac r '
want another man's 0
e and (h, wants on Special attention Is called to burg visited Mr. and Mrs. Elbert man were shopping In Starke tice. Those being charter members -

live "Ijf'ther you go the change of time for the evening Green here Sunday. Wednesday evening.Mr. of the band are Scouts Arch''

v e services. Effective on and Miss Ollie Marr of Starke visit and Mrs Dalton Carter and ,1 Thomas, Jr., Bobby Biggs, Leonard '
Peopi that know the Bible of October the ed relatives here Monday. daughter Louise, were visiting/ I IMr. Smith Comer I'erryman, I i'I'
know! after the 1st day 1
what lt teaches about -----A-- and Mrs. Jeff Johns Satur and Frank
Freeman
I: services will be as follows Register
II nature realize full well evening GRAHAMy day in Starke. HI, The Scoutmaster
t Bunuu : Young People League I Robinson I
wcouri1)fement< nature does not need I meetings at 6:30: o'clock; Even- Mr*. I. C. Smith Mr. and Mrs. P. B. Johns have directed the band In Its practice. rtr
) to do wrong. moved Jacksonville. We wish their
"Ian ln natu *
I'1J and i not e a tendency is down- clock IJI 6 WUID; and J the prayer meeting Mi. and Mrs. Hoy Reynolds and them very much success In their 'Intention of becoming a part of I I I

sty\ tin upward. It has an service, Wednesday at 7:30: o'- children of Reddlck were visitingthe new home.HP this band in the near future. I II I .I.Ii
evil. Man believed
deVil' clock. latter's parents Mr. and Mrs \| ,,| Meeting Twenty-five future citizens of

II" atlll> lie in the beginning. invited to at- E. Strickland Sunday Beginning Sunday night. Sep- Starke the cream of the youth of''
inclined to get his You are cordially Miss Caudle Hazen of Camp tember 24th, there will be a revIval assembled
our community, were
services
wage
r from the \idevll. Even tend any and all of our Church Roosevelt was visiting her parents ) meeting at Hellbronn Bap- tin this Scout mewing all vitally

i PaUl was saved he said and to make this your A hearty !, Mi. and Mrs. Joe Hazen tist church with the Rev. Bon-' Interested in the development of I 1 1 1 I
ethlng about when he would home while In Starke.
weekend.Mr. hanon and Rev. Hooker from
over the themselves Into being better men
'OOd 'I
eVil|| Is present, welcome awaits every worshiper and Mrs. J. A. J. Mcl
'Iterated t 'I. nOl necessary to tell un- --.-ServicesRev. -- nley and children were visiting! to attend... I In the fundamental; of citizenship j' GROUP A* P1CK21 CROUP I3 PICK jAm j

men to do aa they Hampton Mrs. Annie Ward of Waldo Sun- ; and learning to cooperate in

their wen' without Cod always W. T. McGuire will the fill ay.We I UIIAT I*: SAME rOUt( ANSWER VfSTION'TThe 1; an active program In which others '' [] .r1e..n Bay ..........8mot! American Poultry )Jou....'...| ,r.

own lives, and 1'0 as his regular appointment from are glad to report that Mrs. TO TilE are concerned. It certainly L Amtricjn Girl ............ ...08. I IDChrithjn 8 Breeder'* Gazette ........1 I yr.IJ .
they can except as they pulpit of the First Christian Annie Ward who has been seri following answers were given behooves the older citizens of our I Herald ........6 mot. j Cloverletf Amerkin Review' I yr.J .
I
rained by law, social cus- Church 0 f Hampton Sunday. ously ill at the home of her by Lake City residents inl'community to cooperate with the o Horn Art*-N..dltcritt ..2 yrs. firm |earn....-F.rmer'. Wife.I ,r.HCHI"hold .

,,. Or t their own self pre ervaa Morning" services being at 11 o' daughter, Mrs. Flora McKinney answer to the que.Uon-HDo you I I Scout movement In our midst and Magazine ......2)rr) 13 Good Stories .............1 lyr.Q .
Man Wall born begin at think America will enter the war McCtir Magazine ....... lyr.Modern Ham Circle .............lyr.
in Is services Improving./ devel-
sin. He Is
in the :
.:!lIe r tad clock and night cordi- In Starke of and If what do think of to assist these boys Ronunctl .......1 p,. Horn Friend ..... ........1.lyr.Hovwhald ,
!born his only hope Is to 7:30: o'clock. The public la Mr. and Mrs David Durbin not, "you opment of their highest Ideals. : Open Road (Boys) .......1 lyr. Magazle..1' yr. ,
again. if he Is to live a ally Invited to all service Jacksonville were visiting! Mr, *. C. the present crisis-?! I As a parent, as citizen of hn ce.t Magazine .6 mot. | Horn Art Needlecraft .1"
I ">' rv over his sin- The answers as given by some 0I.thtndsr.( l t
__ own -- --- FoBg- I Starke you are urgently requested '
JlUU.eTa.UN SoonA Rev. Raymond Gomes of Starke prominent residents of Lake City j I to assist In the development of Progressive ,......, .......4',.. Nir'l Live Stock Producer .1 t yr. I k
Revival services Wed- I were aa follow: be- B Romantic Story ..........1 lyr.Scrtt Flymovth Rock Monthly' ....1 yr.
SCIIEDULE revival will begin at Pleasant I conducted prayer Van Glebelg.: I'd like to play I this program of Scouting by Book ............lyr. Progressive; Farmer ........%).r..
Fo' 'awlna, ; 'II : Valley River September church. football one more season I (] Souther Alleultttrilt ....4 ,... Southern Agriculturist' .....2 yrs,
: t0"\lr, here daily ub- Long Bridge on New continue ( Mr. and Mrs. Napoleon Starlingof they call me to arms. I married In event of war. If we- are True Confusions/ ........1.lyr.Woman's Succenful Farming .......1 t lyr.Woman's .
's without notice: 24, sunday. and Bell spent the week-end with Charley lesser: This Is a ward I not Involved, however. I'm for remaining 8 World .........2yrL O World ... .......1 lyr. I

lllbouDIj I Due Starke Indefinitely, according to Rev. J. hID mother, Mrs. Kate Starling. I I'm not Interested In and neither !I out of any more trouble.Roy I
and conductor
Cal> 10:33 p. m.rifrough K. Kllllng worth, Pastor Mrs. Bunnle Easterllng spent : ia Mrs. Hesaer. Of course Im not {I Thomas: I'm willing to die ,

) _. *::21 a. m. of the revival. The pub I' the week-end with Mrs. Ruby permitted to speak for Mrs IleaI t for my country but not the

j (( Due Starke lic Is cordially invited. Chapman In Gainesville.Roy I ser and rarely ever am I permitted fellows. other I BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH '
loci
108 ."__ 8:15 a. m. ---.---- Starling left Monday for to speak for myself. Lester Strickland* I've only been 1 t

through' ) __ 6:18 p. m. Typewriter ribbons carbon where he will visit for Harold Games: If married men I married a short while and aa yet J Ji
Tampa
< Wannea Branch second sheets adding j several days. 'are exempt I'm about ready to get kn'tv nothing about wars. I STARKE, FLORIDA L '
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Bradford
machine at
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K.\UFORI COUNTY! TELEGRAPH, STAKKB. FLORIDA Fmu.\1'' '; :
PAGE EIGIIT Cprgllnra.... _
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1: WILL AMERICA I[ INSTRUMENTS FILED Starke.
mall
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htfiast
Bradford County Telegraph PRESENT WAR? DURING PAST 45 DAYS September JMargaret ant
1 it POCI:< ETBOOK L ,

Established 1877 \ (Continued from page one) (Continued from page one) band Frank \'*,'arter and
Carter and E i lna Kmlnistratiuh
io/1NOWLEDCE nR <
Published Weekly on Fridays and Entered as Second: Class I time.' The present crisis might made September 2, and filed Sep- ,,f "anken,

Matter at the Post Office at Starke, Florida result in either a quick peace, imposed tember 2, George C L'VlIlg"' II\' lta14t!

I by Germany and Russia D. E. Knight and his wife N. Of | i jet
-- "'Itf,h ........... HlIIsborough I(
b M"',' .,, and leaving them European lead- L. Knight, of Starke, to W. a.1 E. LIVIngstl1n nunb to

; MEJ.BER'P SA"wf(L,.Hr1, -Hl"8b!

1IARiI14 PRESS ASSOCIATION MUNCBFP UHft y exhausting all the participants. I Starke. Warranty deed to south ton and Truby 7' It' !1.1
<'
i 17 In either case millions of people half of lot nine of block 14 of Llv- tion to the Town comPlinY'l
J. 'Owtxvut 7 etida' >/ Mq sue.,WN SJC9.6 CC, RDr, \\ :will lose whatever freedom and I ngston, Truby and Company's addition August 31 ana flied'* Starke"
*'.u have enjoyed, and Septelll
security they Marie
to Starke. Made September L
E. L. Matthews ________________ _____Editor and OwnerSUBSCRIPTION Ev.ev U'MIt f.All drMiS' e' poverty, want, destitution and I' 2 and filed September 2, E, O. Manske Manske, 2 '*.
.. ..,
nd
---- -- -.- -- - --- 'ftf.A ,,,"..,....off API'! misery will be their lot to a J. M. Alvarez and Lucia E. Al- and E. O Man**, J5C
RATE rnAerreyAMayrcAN' p.atM1a heretofore unknown. We <
.E9,1'TEfIj 1 measure varez, his wife; and Mary O. tors of the Estate ',/ ? :
should realize the blessings of Ceo
Yearly, $1.50; Six Months, 75c-Payable In Advance Wainwright and N. D. Wainwright Livingston, deceased r
freedom of religion, conscience, borough of
her husband; and EuniceC. County t to
Advertising Rates on Application and speech, and cherish our heritage Carter of Marga'
= Canova, widow; and FlorenceE. Hlllsborough
; r of equality and selfgovernment lot 6 Dt
r Canova, 'widow; heirs at law (except the( north
and take step to-safeguard the let
,' During the absence of the editor, this column will t every of J. W. Alvarez, deceased, of west half I the yen
\ WwtN them. and
r, be devoted to editorials from other newspaper 1NE MINUET' ASKED! IN Starke, to Annie A. Frazee, one-half feet ,of |10.. s
s'"' I T (POPULA9 MNQr rME!O)* A WHAT RECENT GROUP SURVEYCOSONAL HAD J. B. Carlisle, proprietor of the widow, also one of the heirs of 20 of the original Town sty of

PROM aErt TIE rn NAME LATN'MINrTu4 !DONE! TUB MOST FOR Bradford Hardware Store, said"I said J. v.', Alvarez, deceased, of Deed made August ill '

TUNG OIL OPPORTUNITY !MANIN5' THE u6.10 /EARS IN -rue don't know enough- __about the. I Starke. Warranty deed to lot September 2. and

The opportunity for profitable expansion of the tung _.;:-M 0'p THE LARGES'INI situation to say. I oeiieve mucn two and the north 10 feet of lot Jessie E Livingston
4 SHo-F" sr'PI .. m
'e-AC'NT..61! ofTH04B of the Information we get is Carter
I four of block sixteen of the and
\ IN r original K U
., oil industry in Florida continues to brighten, not only as a -! fta QUI!C7VONE7N biased, and anyway I'm not mad Town of Starke. Deed made mlnlstrators ? Mansker, *

natural development in the wedding of agriculture and industry .. I WA4FTH'teNATV enough to fight." the Faa:
r Af, !! I July 6, 1936, and filed September George C Livingston lIecea

in the South but also as a result of Japanese block- MANUF J. Frank Colley, many years a 6, 1939. the County ,lit, HUow

ade of ports in China, the principal source of the United resident and business man in Cyrus T. Hoover and wife, Jew- Margaret L r carter of T.

'I of oil essential ingredient of paints. JAJA 14 A MALAY a,+A'A is Starke, states "I believe we standa ell G. Hoover, of Starke, to Cath- Deed to Lotr/ ti r mo ? Wvlr'.
; States supply tung V>'DSD MEANING T ':o good chance to get Into the Truby and
--e IAMP Or rut To w6 .CTUReRS'I erine Della Hoover, of Starke. Company addle]
Tung oil prices, already boosted 50 percent this year 'ziz NTMEGS war because France and Englandwill Warranty deed to lot six of block the Town of Stark made A

do all In their power to get I 24 of J. M. Johns addition to 31. and filed September
;, because of the dwindling supply, may go higher, according 2
I us In on their side. Town of Starke. Deed made September Dan Boree and
(; to Business Week magazine. Despite intensive efforts be- his wife, I r
I n I Elmo Struth a noncommissioned 8, and filed September 8. Boree of Jacksonville 1
ing made to expand tung oil production in this country the tt officer In the local to '
com-.I W. T. Wallace and Jennie Wallace Knight and N i I. Knight hi'
r'' South is said to provide only about one percent of the total y B/i110t[ pany of National Guards and certainly his wife, of Theressa, to of Starke. Deed! ', lot sot(
1 TAX COLlf CTION* IN THt'. among the first to be call 14 in
4>', supply. COUNTRY IN THE P ARS lt 'j Container Corporation of America, I Livingston Truby and
NEARLY
ed to duty should we become entangled -
HAVENCREASEP/ pany's addition
Florida has thousands of acres of land suited to the Qo PER CEWT.......neoAee74 8Y p0N' In the trouble abroad, a corporation organized and eX-I March to Starke,
pro- 27
BILiiOH/ / DOllAHt TORussell |listing( under the laws of the State 1935 lad. filed &J
duction of tung nuts, but Business Week reports that Fed- writ OVER'.x 01Lg)0N5 )933 TooAY I !said "I would not say. Most any- (I of Deleware. Timber deed to pine ber 2, 1939. (
thing can happen while Hitler Is ,,
eral agricultural experts are worried about high-pressure In The present crisis. trees 6 Inches or more in diameteron L. D. Vining and wife,
nowpr. according -
\ Operators who sell tung trees and real estate on sureretirement to in the 73 acres, of land In Bradford Lou King Vining '>tarke
) poor time to give them expres- I reports papers until August 1, 1941. Deed made A. Crosby and (r'-msia': ''re'.,
promises five years hence, although much of the land Kay and over the radio, makes Europe I Bradford
sion in either word or action. We t July 27 and filed August 1. Oountv: .special;
1'd"' may be unsuited to tung nut growing. can best serve the cause of Peace, j a Hof a place to be." He'i' II. B. Stokes and Lola Stokes, I ranty deed ti.. 120( icrei in
[ the H--both and
So while Floridians should properly be to not only here at home but Inter- means literally |I his! wife, of Bradford t.o R. R. ford County. made August :
figuratively. |
eager grasp '
i. TOO LATE nationally, by guarding our Andrews of New River. Deed to filed September ;i
this new agricultural opportunity as Boon as possible, they tongue and Invoking our reason. Berry Johns, an employee of ,
TO CLASSIFY the and Water Plant I 120 acres In Bradford made Dec- Tax Deed rn.' 't (0 j
City Light ,
should nevertheless be sure that they get the highest quality j Remember that America, yours looked at the situation from anew ember 21, 1938, and filed August Turner on late' ''Iradlol11

t trees and put them on land scientifically tested and found'|\ From the long silenced lips of and, mine is a melting pot of angle, one Involving the poll- i 5. 1939. tember 4.

1 to be capable of producing the new crop.-Tampa Times I Colonel Lindbergh last week came creeds and nationalities. Liberty, j i j des of our government, and one II i j) R. R. Andrews and wife Cleo R. R. Prevn't, 't u.," tile.1\ ;.
u calm, studied earnest appeal to Equality and Justice to all, Is the
that conceivably could arise, now j Andrews of New River, to G. W. Prevatt of Bi, ittn,( noun'=
Jl1t .4i' ,-- Americans. An appeal for sanity standard upon which we have at- |
I that Canada is officially at war Andrews of Bradford. Special Mrs. P. H. Robe'' 11 I Uonll
OUR "SLEEPING: SICKNESS" tolerance and intelligent, balanced tained our present position. '
I j I I with Germany. He believes "We Warranty deed to 20 acres made ty. Warranty ieec( v< [Is J
We really hadn't' realized that America faced any thought and action with regard to Side by side; throughout ournation's I i, will keep out if the Germans or I' August 5 and filed August 5. Bradford made September I
both world affairs and a national history the Slav and the I
{, danger of "sleeping sickness"-but after perusing a recent 'I their allies do not invade Canada. j I Matanzas Investment Company, filed September 4
program.It Latin, the Nordic and the Teu-
If that will be of St. Augustine, to E. K. Perry- ADRIVERS
ever happens, we -- -
editorial in The Mount Dora Topic, we're almost convincedthat was a clear cut message that ton, the Jew and the Gentile, men 'I In the war next day, probably, I'I man and Lois Peek Perryman of

lots of folks probably face the menace of sickness from every American should heed and and women of every land and because President Roosevelt has I[ Starke. Quit-Claim Deed to block MUS

take to heart. We live In an hour every creed have worked to build 'extended 29, except lot 14, and block 34,
lack of proper sleep-regulation. As Editor George C. Keller the Monroe Doctrine to OBTAIN LICEN3
when thoughtless words and un- and guard America. include Canada." I except lots 1 and 11, of Peek's

explains the situation, it seems most Americans would prob- guarded action may easily Involveus The term "American" appliesto C. A. Knight, our tax collector, I I addition to Starke, made August Judge E K Ferryman

ably be found insufficiently supplied with sleep. Here's the in destructive entanglementsand every citizen. be he born or'' expressed the secret hopes of us I, 7 and filed August 12. week Issued an earnest t t piI >;

summary: "Very few people give any thought whatever to plunge us along with other naturalized an American. All are all when he exclaimed "I sure 1 Edwin M. Peterson and Laura vehicle drivers 'ot Bradford< (j

) their sleeping hours, yet it is a matter of great importancein I nations into the seething* caldronof equal, be their skin dark or light, hope America will not be drawn I, T. Peterson, his wife, of Dayton, I ty to obtain drivers llcenhj! <
hate so rampant In Europe to- their accent broad or sharp, en- into war and I hope the nationsof i i Ohio to Container Corporation of required by the Drivers U

the conservation of health. In view of the many break- day.The titled to respect and fellowship I Europe can find a way to peace.I[ America, a corporation organized Law enacted by the Lfglsl

downs in health on account of persons not getting the proper desire to stay out of war as such so long; as they as Individuals without a long, drawn-out, destructive and existing under the laws of the this year within the next

+ number of hours of sleep scientists have investigated and lu In the heart of every loyal, observe our, institutions and war." i:j State of Delaware. 'Timber deed I days. "Next week is the last

y worked right thinking American and the remain loyal and steadfast. A definite "yes" came from J. :, to pine trees 6 Inches or more in In which to obtain license H
out a chart giving the correct amount of sleep for I
only basis on which this nation American 'M": is the only H. Fields, well known local car- 1 diameter on 100 acres of land in the deadline when ,'very'
y all ages. It is as follows: At birth, 20 to 22 hours; at 1 might excuse armed conflict "ISM" this nation will tolerate, I penter. "Yes," he said "I feel I]' Bradford until January 1, 1942. must have one in his po j

;" year, 14 to 16 hours; 6-7 years, 12 hours; 11-12 years, 10 to would be in the actual repellingof and it cannot be expressed by that eventually we will be drawn Deed made July 31 and filed Au- while operating a motor vet.|

i 11 hours ; 15-20 years, 8 to 10 hours, 20-38 years 8 hours an attack upon our shores, and, showing sympathy with br hatred I Into It. I regret the present sit- gust 15. Judge Perryman said The
; protected as we are by the vast toward any other. Any attempt, uation in which this counry is "j Mae Fifer and Henry Fifer, her goes into effect October 1,
30- O years, 8 to 9 hours ; 50-70 years 10 to 11 hours. A expanse of the two great oceansto whether from within or without | placed. For the sake of Democ- |! husband, of Marion County, to So far only 6)1 persons or

great deal depends upon the habits and customs of people, the east and west and friendly our borders, to influence our racy and the safety of the American I William L. Wall of Starke. Warranty third the numbe.. 'of drivers'iij

and a slight variation from these hours may be observed understanding neighbors to the emotions, set creed against creedor < principals, we may again go 1 deed to land In Bradford county, have purchased the n
north and south, the possibilityof race against race, or breed intolerance to war. I personally may not be made August 4 and filed August I license Oflese/ 58 without sary
to health
if
danger awakens '
one refreshed and I
ready an attack seems far remote. .
hatred and strife, called to duty on foreign soil, butI 17.I the regular 50-cem permiU
for the day's work. However, the scientists claim that any The prestige, wealth and powerof should be crushed wherever and i can do my bit in several ways. j:I E. K. Perryman as Special Mas- 22 are the om dollat clu

material change in the observation of these hours may re- the United States makes us a whenever It shows Itself. And should the time come, I am '1 I ter in Chancery of Starke, to P. licenses.

sult in injury to the health, especially in case oj' insufficient natural target for the propagandaof You and I, as Americans can I ready to meet the call of the'1: W. Lewis of Jacksonville. Master's There is a strict penalty fo f
every nation at war, and no safeguard the nation and we United States." A true, patriotic Deed to 80 acres In Bradford eratlng a motor vehicle mF'i'!

sleep.-Florida Times Union. stone will be left unturned to alone, for AMERICA Is in the i spirit, Mr. Fields. I I made December 11, 1936, and filed -I after October I without aera'

o- bring preasure upon us with the end but YOU and. I. I G. M. Bennett manager of a August 18, 1939. I: wifor, CM''
-- -- license, to
WHY BOYS DO WRONG hope of bringing us in on the side j local funeral home, answered "I i I' W. R. Crosby and Nancy S.Ilion) : a fine ot not' more
of this or that warring faction. BUDGET HOARD hope not, but It looks now as I'I Crosby, his wife, of Rockland imprisonment of/
A noted psychiatrist recently told an audience that the Every effort Is being made to j I though we are not going to be !'I'County, New York to Paul E. if $500 or 6 months, or bo:1

motive behind many misdemeanors by boys is the desire to arouse our sympathy, stir I HALTS FREE SERUM i I able to keep out of It because I Canova and Gladys Canova, his more than ... -

: show they are not cowards. our emotions, and break down our France and England are in, ap-I wife of Starke. Lot 2, block 24, FUNriINCREASES
desire to remain unbiased, netural (Continued from page one) parently, a tight spot now that Temple's addition to the Town of CROSBY

_ Boys hate to admit they are afraid of anything. Their and tolerant In our reactions to Introducer of the House bill, Russia and others seem on Ger- j Starke, made August 3, 'and filed

code calls for courage, and taking of risks. About the worst the present crisis. many's side. I believe If we re- August 18.George .

thing you can say to them is that they are "sissies." They If we as Individuals or as a na- are corresponding earnestly with pealed the present neutrality act I I F. Scott and Adelle C. Donations amounting to

', revel in the tion permit ourselves to be swayed members of the Budget Commis- so we can sell war goods cash | Scott, his wife ,of Polk County, to were received by the "rosb1' >
r thought that they are bold, fearless persons, one way or the other by such sion urging them to reconsider and carry to either side it might';' Paul E. Canova and Gladys Can- Cemetery Fencing Fund Col

who are going out to show the world the big things they propaganda, sooner or later we their action and allow the State help some." j lova. his wife of Starke. War- tee this week bringingsum tbe

y dare do. will find ourselves involved justus Livestock Sanitary Board to I Frank Robinson pastor of the ranty deed to lot one of block 24 contributed coward
{ we were in the first world war. con i I First Methodist Church, believes ', in Temple's addition to Starke worthy cause to y The men who grew up as boys on farms will recall how You or I may feel that we as tinue to purchase and distribute the die may fall either way. depending made August 14 and filed August bin Ray, Secretatv. sam )',

many times they used to take long leaps in the barn hay- Individuals are without Influence free the serum and virus which'I on us. "The deciding fac-( 19. day. This leaves tit''rode' '
': The aa far as our national and International saves to farmers the lives of tor In determining whether or not !,'1 \V. H. Graham, of tin imou D
mows. jump was often dangerous, but when someone thousands of a single man short $116 J
1 policies are concerned, hogs annually. I we I enter this European conflict of Starke, to W. A. out presen'' plan-
of
dared the kid to do it he Tyler to carry
could not stand the thought that he I
yet that Is a mistake, for YOU County Agent McClane requests will depend upon our sanity in Starke. Deed to 20 acres In fencing and cleaning -he

might be regarded as a weakling and pussyfoot. So he and I, and countless others likeus that farmers please let I I viewing the situation. If we keep Bradford made August 24 and tery, which Is estimates at

jumped, and was sometimes hurt. Probably many boys have are AMERICA. All that she him know several days In advance our heads and do not let ourselves filed August 24. Wire for the pro** Will

1, been drowned in swimming, because some boy dared them to IS ajiJ HAS and DOK3 is governed If they want hogs treated, as he I become confused by propaganda Lois Adkins and _A.__ _Z.. nu.Adkinsher __, chased wholesale recently._"1
by YOU anJ ME. is only I i
keeping a very limited and the Inhuman desire of a husband, of Starke to W. H. the price increase ausea J
go out far beyond their depth. When ;)Io.! and I permit ourselves supply of the costly serum and : few war profiteers to get rich Graham of Starke. Deed to 20 In Europe, in the a"10"' "

_. If the kid is stumped to go over on some neighbor's as Individuals to be swayedby virus on hand. He expressed!' the i quick at the expense of the blood :;1 acres In Bradford made March 24 ,i 08, by Carl John who II l

land and steal his fruit, and he does so, it may not be be- propaganda when we take hope that mote free serum will I of our youth we can maintain our :' and filed August 25.j man of the driveDonations
sides and give voice publicly to eventually be available again: as peace. The present crisis in : Mary E. Edwards I ecevel;
cause he is keen over the pears or grapes, but because he our feelings, we speak as Americans It is understood the legislature 'Europe Is a most deplorable situ j( Bradford, to Lois Adkins widow, of of I Col wwek -B L *W

doesn't want to admit that he is afraid. Some evil minded for America. definitely get aside an earmarked ation and one of which the Starke. Quit-Claim deed to land from who gave .

boy may lead him to break into somebody's store and take The only hope that any warring $12 ,COO for the purchasing: of twentieth century civillza t Ion]tin Bradford made April 1, 1936, Mrs.lanta.C.Georgia C. MendozaackJOt>
nation has of influencing us as free hog cholera serum and virus should be k I
a ashamed. It is the insane and flied ,5 f :
coveted articles or money. The desire not to be thought nation Is for the August 26, 1939. $5; Mrs. A. M. Darby
a based upon Its ability farmers, and this was result of greed racial hatred, I Clarence W It SI
Peyton Andrews '3.:
sissy has led boys astray in many such cases. to Influence us first u Individuals I passed before the general appropriations I and an attempt on the part of I I St. Louis Trust Company and ''S. Fernandez Freida 9amd0o(

,;; The desire not to be a coward is a very wonderful thing, und that Is something that every ; bill. some to run God out of his''I poratlon of the State of Missouri a cor-, I bom gin Illinois$5; Mrs.*1 )Mrs W A.

if directed toward ends. If it loyal citizen should keep In mindat "If free serum is made avail- world." as Trustees under the Last Fred Carf I
proper produces a man who this time.Regardless. able Will 1 ham $2; and
again farmers will be immediately and Testament =:
will not be afraid to stand I of LIllie Mae Andrews -
and with all his of what
up protest mighthe our feelingsor notified" Mr. Mc-
Maps Ordered deceased, to W. J, Edwards
will become'a hero. When the boys try to induce him to sympathies may be, this la a Clane said. County Agent T. K. McClane Jr., of Bradford. Special War-, EN PERTSAW

do something wrong to show he is not a coward, he should eers and gangsters are banding together for mutual said yesterday he had on hand ranty deed to 10 acres in Brad- FILING
realize that it often takes protec- orders for 23 of the large picture- 'ford made August 16 and filed Sand j
more courage to stand out against tion and mutual greed. Hitler and Stalin Lawn Mower
formerly rival maps of Bradford August 29.
County. The rinil
d the gang than to yield to their lawless .- < xchange.u gunmen, now team up against the forces of decency. They cost of each map Is 110. "How" L. D. Vining and Charlie Lou K. Rep I\I '

--- are hoping for more recruits, casting their eyes toward ever" he said, "several persons Vining, his wife, of Starke. to J. C. HARE J.;

1 RUSSIA IN AT THE KILL OF POLAND Tokyo and Rome.It have not paid for niece pictures ,I E. Graves of Alachua County.
They mint be nnlrl for In,. n.lirnnnn I j I Deed to all hardwood and
Wherever there is carrion there the vultures -p- --- -''' '' I cypress
appear. would be folly to minimize this new peril. Britian and those who haven't paid but trees and timber 12 inches or YOU RlflWJj

Like a grisly bird of prey, Russia invades Poland, stricken and France must confront the fact that their very continued want pictures must do so before i I I more In diameter on lands In 1

down by Germany to grab share of the next Wednesday, as the order Bradford Alachua. We wish you c; It
a bloody feast. existence as free nations is endangered. It is fearful will and Union the letters that com V
a be mailed about I I Counties 1131
that
for 3
Hypocritically 1 pretending that Russian inhabitants time years. Deed made what Wlntewmith' '4
must moment. ..
:
They are not easily dismayed but '
they will need *"--- July 12 and filed August 30. people with MU 3 -
bo protected-a mendacious device learned' from Hitler in C.VUD OF TII.\NKS I SICK; guy.-\
every particle of help they can muster. Marie L. Mansker and husband are run-dowit ;
Austria and Czechoslovakia 'Russian We wish to thank all our E. O. to Malaria. Ebro' ;r'o A
government seizes With Poland gobbled can be friends I Mansker, and Frank Carter : ) bJIIC:
anyone simpleton for their
come
enough kind
deeds letters have 'M r
the chance to tear apart what is left of the Polish nation to believe that Hitler will there words of and I and E. O. Mansker as Administra peo': -- L. 'T ( :
stop ? Next will come Ru- sympathy during the tors of the Estate I Why doon't btfcj:
after the murderous assaults of the German hordes. AndStalin's mania Yugoslavia Illness! and death of our beloved of George C. YOI i I' fv\
Hungary '
I Bulgaria and Turkey, all rich husband I Livingston, deceased of HilU-{ -
puppet president has the and father, and for |
the
to
gall
announce to the pickings for the brigand powers unless they rise and fight beautiful floral offering j jMr borough County to Margaret L. WIHTEBSHIiI

other nations of the world that Russia is remaining neutral 1 before it is too late on the side of Britian and France. W. N Johnson. Carter of Hlllsborough County

The truth is, of course, that the international racket- Miss. Gladys Johnson I' Deed to lots 5. 6 and 7, of block
Tampa Times. and Harold Johnson. 3, LIvingston Truby and Com- TONIC!?

pany's addition to the Town! of

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