Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: September 29, 1939
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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.' E. L. Matthews Editor and Owner
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|U TOBACCO TO RUN AGAIN Farmers'Bradford Market will County reopen State Monday HISTORY OF HERE TONIGHT

morning:, J. L. Gentry man- i

fOBER 5 U FOR HOUSE ager regular, said summer yesterday,slack following season the LOCAL GUARDS FOR FIRST TIME I

shut-down. Vegetables and produce i '
buyers are contacted and will -

Lmers Meet TonightTo J Will Not Be Candidate be on hand to take all offerings I Records of CompanyDate : P14'Isaa '. B. //. S. Tornadoes Will ,

Discuss Situation For Senator or farmers brlng'ln. 1 Back To Play Green Cove

Governor The market management urges 1897 SpringsStarkeltea '
farmers < to bring In any truck

they have on hand for sale, and I -
Congressman Lex Green who Speaking before' members of the will\ have their first
Ldford Farmera hav- are requested to leave a Hating of
County !
has represented Starke and the Rotary Club recently. Sargeantl I taste of night football at home
and the
In the disaster- any produce being grown
in interest 2nd District for the past fifteen Elmo R. Struth narrated the tonight when the Bradford High ''i
to time it will be
will approximate readyfor
! 1939 tobacco crop go years, announced Tuesday that colorful and Interesting history of School Tornadoes meet the eleven

polls la Starke or Brooker he would be a candidate to succeed market Starke's National Guard Company I from Clay High School of Green

eddy to vote for or against himself In the May pri "I urge all farmers," Gentry Beginning with records Cove Springs. The kick-off Is p

,ationa) marketing: quota on maries. stated, "to plant more fall cropsas dating!\ back to 1897 Struth recited scheduled for eight o'clock but
for the mar I there will be of
cured tobacco Congressman Green made the plenty moneyIn facts and changes In the the gates open at seven to begin'
nr year beginning July 1, announcement when he returnedto them I feel sure. I also sug- Company during the 42 years since receiving the 1,000 spectators ex-
The election Is a general gest farmers plant a lot of Cop- .
" his home here Tuesday after then and expressed the belief -'-' pected.
conducted by the Agriculture for two- enhagan cabbage; that there was a home guard com-
Congress adjourned a Itl'U )'d King This will be the Tornadoes first
went Administration. Congressman R. A "Lex' Green, 'I week recess while awalnting the "I request all farmers expectinga pany dating back possibly to the game of the season, and will be

FlMo Important pre-election who announced Tuesday he would I! Senate's action on neutallty legislation pecan crop to give me an esti- War Between the States, of which Last-week preparations are the first match at the new stadi-

tinge wi" be held for Brad- be a candidate to succeed him- and the recess was decided mate of the number of pounds: there are no written records. under way fir the coming of the um. located behind (west of) the

y tobacco farmers. County self in the May Primaries. Green, upon to keep the house calendar they will have for sale In order, "There has been a military or- Rev Lloyd King, evangelist who school buildings, completed this

LI T K McClane Jr. said, from Starke has represented the clear for immediate action on any that we may make plans for a ganiiatlon in Starke for many week, The 32 powerful lights ;r
will be the preacher In a two-
i discussing' the present sltua- Second District In the House for neutrality bill the Senate might pecan auction," he added. many years" Struth said. "Per- week revival to start at the First were adjusted and focused In the

(one of the blackest In to- the past 15 years.MAN Manager Gentry said he had haps your father or grandfatherwas 'Baptist Church of Starke Sunday. reflectors Tuesday, and will Illuminate

la history)., the 1940 tobacco pass.Green's announcement broughtto ready salea for strawberry plants a member of the company The Rev, King, who now makes the gridiron to daylight ti
Including the 1940 acre- and plant owners need only to known the Florida Riflemen
gram an end speculations from many as or Intensity
his home in Orlando, Is a church
, and the effect of contact him to sell all they haveat
allotments KILLEDNEAR quarters that he would perhaps the Florida Militia the muster product of the Starke Baptist A keen competitive spirit exist

rketing quotas on tobacco I seek a seat In the Senate or the a good price. roll of which still\ remains today Church. Baptised here under the between the two schools, and last

:wln general. The first meet- Governor's chair. Work on, the refrigeration ad- dated 1897. to which the young pastorate of Rev. Blanchard Law, year the Tornadoes tasted a 27-0 1{

will be held In the Brooker BROOKER His seniority in the House has dition to the market In pushing men of Starke belonged. The unit Mr. King was later ordained and defeat at the hands of the Clay

idolhouse tonight. September i: given him strength, prestige, and forward rapidly and will be com- continued under this name until went out from here to the Baptist County boys. The school band

beginning at 7:30: o'clock and BY NEIGHBOR contacts which are of vital help to pleted before strawberry season the World War during which the Bible Institute at New Orleans and an ardent cheering section 4 1
will be held tomorrow ,
second Florida
Militia Included Into
opens. was will be hand to liven
the 2nd Congressional District to study Bible and Gospel on things k,
In the court-
moon. Saturday and the State of Florida, he ex- Federal service and served with Music Since finishing there, he up, and fill the night air with resounding '
here beginning at 2 o'clock. honor and distinction for the duration
i plained. He holds the only chair- has served as song leader for school yells and songs,
[These meetings will be very Lem F. Gill Bleeds To manship which is held by Floridain SWINDLERS GET of the war some! of the :srentett evangelistsof urging the home eleven on to

rlant, McClane stated "to Death From GunShot either the House or the Senate "Alter the World War It be- the south, working as soloist victory and revenge e

:co farmers and they are urgto Wound -that of the important Committee $105:7,5FROM : came necessary to reorganize a also. For the last several yearshe The home squad averages 16O ti
| attend one or both of these state military force, and such was
on Territories. In addition to has been doing preaching In pounds per man In weight while
.ings. We estimate they will this Committee he Is a Memberof organized under the name of The meetings of his own, and has the the visitors average only 140.

1 no longer than an bcAu- and L Lem F. Gill, farmer living near the Immigration Committee STARKE Florida National Guard. The reputation of preaching to more Every section of Bradford County f' "

1 alert exactly on time." X jBrooker, 46 years of age, was also the Committee on Flood Con. local company In Starke was or- young people over a year's time contributes to the Tornadoes. s

The election Is being held\he shot and killed by Russell 0'1lerry trol and Is near the top of the -J.... ganized in February 1920, and than any other evangelist. Carl Edwards!: James Anders ,

i week in October instead of a neighbor, Saturday night powerful Committee on Rivers and was then the Fourth Separate One part of his work that Is ex- Ralph Smith and David Shuford.
ember,, as previously ptannftd, after Gill, Intoxicated, tried unsuccessfully Harbors. Termite Extermination Company of the Florida National ceptlonully outstanding Is his come from Lawtey, while James '
lam to force his way Into Is New Racket Guard. We have continued to 'I
with young'people '
of unforseen factors re- He has for the past ten years e work the children and Johns and Carlton Chastain are
(tmj from the European war. the O'Berry home and kill his' served as Istant Democratic Here have a military organization in to whom he in known as Hampton sons. The State Farm I

i to the war, all ARt a British wife\ ,. ).Jr....Annle< Mae .Gill, Whip and in* this capacity has Starke without interruption since "Uncle Rex. Each afternoon he I contributes Frank Crews, Marion '

art buyers have befen' with- Sheriff A. O. Ahdreu Investigated -' rendered helpful cervices to the then although!; the namo of the I meets with thorn for a study hourIn I Crews and Garland Godwin. The (

|wn from the flue-cured: to- theshooting Saturday Democratic Administration duringthe Once again the good people of Company has been changed from their behalf. Wojd comes that others are from Starke and 1mi 4 ,

co markets, and this. In addl- night and O'Berry was held until past seven years of this par I Starke have suffered a "skinning" time to time I I his attendance at the Southslde! I i (Continued on page eight) '

n to the difficulty already caua- absolved of blame by a coroner's ty's control. It is believed by his i I I from the hands of unscrupulous "In August 1927 the Company]I church In Lakeland exceeded 1- -_,_..-.- -- k

Iby the 200 million pound sur- Jury meeting in the courthouse friends' that he Is In a position 'salesmen stopping in town for a in Starke was redesignated from,1000 many. afternoons. and- reacheda E. NORMAN d
..at10 0'- ''' tot. of 1,140. -
this year'ik.crop of rtqCo ; here Monday .Morning to render valuable* service in the few days, selling a worthless product Company O,' 124th Infantry, peak
i largely because of ,absence clock. The Inquest was held by House during this critical period. i+[ Headquarters Company 2nd Battalion Mr. King Is an enthusiastic DIED THURSDAY a
and then
|quota restrictions this year:, Judge E. K. Perryman and the said "Our I vanishing quietly 124th Infantry Florida Na-' preacher, a lover of pppple young
i flue-cured tobacco farmersbe verdict was "Justifiable Homicide. Congressman of .out of sight to parts unknown, tional Guard. In July, 1933, and old, and a scholar as well. Joseph Ebble Norman, 72 died
Is facing possibly one
| faced with a very serious I ." Nation in Its this time taking with them $105.- there was again a change in the Recently he ptibllxhed a volumn Thursday. September 21, after a

blew. According to testimony recitedto the gravest about emergencies three fourths of 75 of hard earned money once Military company here -each man on the "Life of Christ" lie will long Illness at his home near

|The election will be held Ocr the Jury Monday, Gill had become history tho World's-- population Is now engaged belonging to trusting citizens of enlisted was asked to swear a preach twice dally, at 10 o'cirrck'each I' Starke. He wan a lifelong resident -

r and In early Saturday 'our new oath, and by taking this oath morning and 7:45: o'clock I of Bradford County.
polling places intoxicated
I and local hostelry
in war and these wars are city: leaving a
mood. I I the National Guard of the State each night, besides conducting" his I T
dtord are Brooker and Starke night and was In an ugly without significance toAmerica. I Funeral services for Mr. Nor ;
not with the $7 board bill un- '
Florida became National Guard hour each after-
tobacco farmers living fromwest I His wife fled to the home of a Our Nation Is peace of young people's man were Held Saturday afternoon -
am and from New nearby neighbor. Russell O'Berry, and It Is our arn- paid.This to the United States of America noon at 4 o'clock, All are most' at 3 o'clock from the CorInth -
husband loving Nation time the fraud operatedas thus becoming first line trooP, I cordially Invited to attend all ofi
@r south will vote In Brooker; for protection after her Continued eight) Baptist Church with Rev H.
exact polling place is not yet threatened to kill her. Both ( on. page a "Termite Exterminating subject to the caH of Federal authorities these services led by Mr. King. | M Tillman, of Jacksonville and

Ided. All others In the coun- families livet. about four miles -- Company." The "Company" consisted as well as Sta.\e author.I Mr. King will aritve in Starke Pastor of the Church, officiating ?,

will l vote In the courthouse 1 In I northwest of .Brooker, and O'- CEMETERY I of two smobth-tongue'd ties. Actually the National Saturday and will be present at'' Interment was In Dyal Cemetery ;

rice, Polls open at 9 o'clock Berry's farm, known as the Henry WORK TO BEGINWork Guards are! National Guards, not the pastorlum for the prayer and the Key-McCabe Funeral I
Il the young men gave their namesas just State troops." j meeting there that night All are a "
and close at 5 o'clock P demons Farm, was where I Home had charge of arrange.
shooting 'occurred. Gill, accompanied of refencing Crosby Lake Clifford F. Ayers of Tampa, Sergeant Struth stated, plainly, Invited to attend 1 the prayer meetIng ments. d

,e ballot will read: "Are you I Ior in I by one of his sons J. T., Cemetery Is expected to begin and Donald Munro of Starke, and at the beginning of his account the beginning at.7:43: o'clock.. Active pallbearers were A, 0.r

| of the national marketing set out, it was alleged, to find a next week, It was announced represented thennevles as agentsof exact status of the Company today Andreu, Andrew Griffin, Elbert fJ

'II for flue-cured tobacco /oi weapon calling first at the home Wednesday by the Fencing Com- a Tampa concern which later "Headquarters Company Second DEADIN Bowers, Leon Connor Walter t
and next at which for the past several Battalion. 124th Infantry Regiment DROPS '
marketing year beginning of a negro family mittee, Investigation proved to be non- Underhill and Arthur McRae. '
y' 1, 1940'- -In favor -ofwd the home of Mrs. W. Lyle, a weeks has solicited funds for this Is the name of the National Honorary pallbearers were: II, M, i'

to --" An average widow woman. Frightened, Mrs. purpose. It Is expected to use exlstant. With a shiny new pick- Guard Company stationed I n I LOCAL STORE McRae, H, H. Lewis, W, H Hals-

fonty of at least two-thlrdi Lyle taking her shotgun which metal 1 fence posts set In concrete up truck two tanks and a hose Starke," he laid "To go a little lop, J M, .Drownlf<< Pate Oassntt, t
ffthe flue-cured did not wish to fall into Gill's sturdy wire and strands of barb- i I they would call upon homeowners', further, It Is a branch of the 62nd I '
belt Is neceslo she ask :Hen Hall, Don Hoover and\ S. RT
the O'Berry'shome around the top of the permission to inspect under 'of the 31st Division,
put the quota into opera hands fled also to ed wire I''the Brigade HERE FRIDAY Sparks
house for termites would find
tence. Following the fencing, the ,' which la l part of the Fourth Corps
them, and for around $50, wouldI"exterminate" Mr. Norman was born August
be a thorough of the Third ,
II will given Area Army
the O'Berry cemetery
tobacco farmers will receive When Gill reached 28 1867
I( them. Subsequent at Ryelander, Union
[.tter! containing the farm, about midnight, he suspected cleaning. "The organization of the United but at that
necessar y investigation proved however that Sudden Heart Attack County, time Union ;
'mutton County Agent Me- his wife was there and sent Collections in the past week nothing effective was done. States Army, of which the Na!I was Included In Bradford County.
no to come out. $56, bringing total and the Kills J. S. Shivar
laid In his son to tell her amounted to tional Guard Organized He was the son of the late John a
J. T.. realizing the mood his father collections thus far to $232.50. The show-down came when the Reserves are a part consist, of arranging InstantlyJames K.: and Rachel Norman. .

ARINE was in. told his mother not to and the wire Is purchased alreadyat two were almost ready to exter- for war, the man power,
CORPS minate the courthouse termitesfor Ue was married to Maggie Ad- '
leave the house and then Gill a cost of $76,08. and economic resources of the S. Shivar. 38, a residentof
kins June 13 1889, and to this
30264. Clerk A. J.
WANT MEN started to enter the yard and go The committee has a valuable nation In the most efficient man Starke and Bradford County
union was born eleven children
Thomas attempted to find the ,
into the house. O'Berry 12 addition this week In the person ner so as to bring a war to a for the past, two years, dropped
eight of whom live to his
references the two "extermina mourn
United States Marine la I guage single barreled, shot gun of Levy A. Canova who has con- satisfactory and prompt conclusion dead a.a a result of a sudden heart
tors" tried to death. He was a member all
find the
""J recruits to bring th (Continued on page eight) sented to serve with Carl Johns, gave com- ," he continued. | attack Friday afternoon of last: en
pany they represented, tried to i his life of the Corinth Baptist
A II --! |-TI will for consistsof week about 12:45 o'clock wlille I|
p I up to MHMMM V HMW and together they arrange "Military organization :
treaty strength and contact the company whose Church and had many friends here ;: ,
CertificatesMrs. tence posts and other nec- military units or elements making purchases at a counter
Get labor, grouping ,
P nea a Marine chemical formula they claimed to throughout the state who
Recruiting phases of the work. Into a command. | In Priest's five and ten cent store I
Ce In Room Eunice Perkins Searing. essary use, he could find neither. The were saddened to learn of his i
32 of the Blu of ladles solicitIng -
Jlng, mBradford .High School teacher The committee fellows) were acquainted with this "The military policy of the here.He death and who knew he spent his f}
In Jacksonville It was was Issued a teaching certificate funds will continue their workIn fact and the next morning no United States contemplates for I was troubled with a heart"aliment life as a faithful Christian.He .
ed this week.recruiting of college the coming week, making even land forces, the maintenance of a since last June. Just be-1
baited on two years I trace of them "remained except Is survived by his widow.
efforts to realize the necessary fore the fatal attack he was conversing !
English, State greater : small and highly trained peace
sergeant at Jack work by Colin the board bill. Mrs Norman four
Maggie ; by
Canova and
tae has of Schools, re- money, L A. establishment, consisting of the with the young sales lady
announced that amited n Superintendent Receiving certificates Carl Johns will also receive contributions The city had failed to obtain regular Army, National Guards, assisting him with his purchases."I I daughters Mrs. Maude Proctor 4

I number of men can betllunedlately cently. four years of college for this project. the $10 contractors license from and Organized Reserved, all or-, have been sick lately," he said, !of Lake Butler Mrs Blvlee Drlg- s
ted based on them also.A .
but that no' i Melvin B. Futch, Law- During the past week contributions ganized no that It forms the frame "but I'm feeling much better /gers of LlthU Mrs. J. L. Jackson

:'gee are being made In the'I| ley work, and were Isabel Raulerson, of were made to the fund by young man of Starve had work upon which the man powerof now" His next remark wan addressed I of Jacksonville and Mlsa Roma i''

'"'""ens Judge A V. Long of Gainesville, "loaned" them $5 until they I the nation required for the to C. O. Priest manager ,
of good moral l Waldo. contributorwho "finished the courthouse job," and ( Mae Norman of Waverly; and by r
*'" $15; from a previous land forces may be mobilized the store, who wan nearby "I
and at least an eighths DatesA lives In Washington D. C.. he, too, is minus five good dollars. i trained armed equipped and sup can even take a deep breath now." j four sons, Robert and Eddie Nor-

education. There are New Meeting $20; Mrs. Vlda Morgan $10; The only two persons the plied. In addition to thin there Is he stated. As If to prove hiss man of Waverly, Earnle Norman fz :

.t rUtlons in 'the physical change" In the regular meet- Roger D. Wells. Jacksonville, $5; swindlers had collected from lost tho voluntary and partial trainingof statement, he straightened) Inhaled of Gainesville and Joe Norman /

"r"nents however. ing dates of the Starke Town- Mru.. Ethel Biggs. $3; A. L. Alva- $65.75 and $35, and one of these young men of our country In a deep breath and suddenly of Jacksonville; and by two '

y young send Club was announced this rez. $2; H. L. rownl_, $I. ban announced Intention of swear- organization such all the Reserve fell face forward across the counter '
men from Bradford Cath e r I n e ,, A I'I grandsons he raised as his own e'
but slid to the
1 It7 week by Georgia IJtmm f n Ing out a warrant for the two Officers Training1 Corps and the Immediately

n sh.desiring to Join the Haynes. secretary of the organi- Speaks At J-dicatloll men's arrest should they ever re i I Citizens Military Training Camps. flood, huddling Into a crumpled children James Norman of Gainesville ?
:old apply' In at The local club will | heup. Death had been almost InstantaneouM '
ibn' person zation here. R A. "Lex" Green turn. I|I The firmer organization Is part and Albert Norman of:
II' :dress between 8:30 now meet the first and third Monday Congressman at the dedication Only a few salesmen passing I,: of many larger schools and colleges after his deep and Lithia; and by one sister, Mrs. ,

Wc' 'Sg and 4:30 P.I.., nights of each month at 7:30: ceremonies was a speaker Tuesday afternoon of through are dishonest, but it Is ,, throughout the country, and last breath. Flora Wills of Starke. Six

veral Sunday o'clock, instead of every Monday the the Swisher Cigar Factory's always a good idea to seek the the CMT Camps are held during The body was taken to the De- nelces and nephews twenty-three it;

t. "srke boys have ap- night The meeting place, I Iunchanlted. famed "nursery garden" In Jack- advice of a reputable person before I I summer months by the govern- Witt C. Jones Funeral Home and grandchildren, and five great

h U) trance> into this courthouse court room, remains sonville. ,' paying them good money. (Continued on page eight) (Continued on page eight) grandchildren also survive
SI >y service. -

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FRID.n'. .I
---"""'" OF MIEIurF'S .
}NOTICR I, A. .. 88A..01I1)'OlJN' 'J( Najd ,
and broth sued thereon. Is l hereby given thai FHOIIATSQ. .. lowing ,
sister Notice IN .1.
of her the following Fl.OUIUt. --
the guest Said certificate umbrae p" Sheriff of Bradford b.
TO PUBLIC USE ; and Mrs. Lamar .. deMcrllu d property In the O Andrew virtue of a writ IN HK:: (bunts or I \ In
LUNG FREE er-in-law, County of Bradfmd, Slat' of FlorIda County Florida iHBued by out of the Circuit ESTATE OF U. S. HUMPHRFT,, Ida towlt 1 1ingetoh .'
Execution Lots
of deceased 10"1/1.
Patrick. "of'tNWV1' : SW% Court of the Eighth Judicial FINAL NOTICE 'r.n, 'I'
NWVi of County I
and baby of WIi, for Bradford \
Mrs. Eddy Cox Section 2 Town..hlp 7 South HanlL'eIII Circuit In and the 23rd day of August, Notice !'a hereby given that the larke :01. I I \ ,j"1"
a West Palm Beach are visiting her Kant, contain In" 180 Acre, more Florida on that certain cauae wherein undersigned will on the 12th day South: liana:. J I. ,00' II'," h'l
,4 IOS9 In acarporation A. D .1939, preeent to The wen,". ,
M Mrs. T. J. Moore. or ICMH.The Ferllllier of .
parents, Mr. and paid. Trueman dm existing of ...
assessment of the prop- organUed a the Honorable County Judge arty and r ,'Id twards.
r. Mr and Mrs. Oya Carmlchell erty under the said certificate issued under and by virtue of the laws of Bradford County, Florida, }'Ila final : sued wu. I II, d l';
9e and children of Ocala, were visitIng wa In the name of H. B. Hot the State of Florida. was Plaintiff return account and voucher of I W.
erU was defendant Administrator Cum Tentamento An. Inleen(
Jenkins '
11 i relatives here Sunday.The Unless said certificate shall beredeemed and have A.levied O upon the following nexo de Bonln Non of the Estate redeemed ,\, ,r 'hall
t iI at according to law, the described property situate, lying of H. S. Humphrey deceaaed and at I < :,.
I revival meeting began being In Bradford County, Bald time, then and there, make boi,1etulth I' "I. ,. '\ ""
8 4' Is ..wt the Missionary Baptist Churchat property Hold to therhlahestltLldder atlthe and Florida, to-wit: application to the said Judge for court h"'h, d ""I ,I r',,'"Idr
Sunday court house door on the first Mon of Block Tw4Vity- a final settlement of his admlnl- day In the ?,' +ueil I j
I Church ,.
'' Ii Hellbronn 1V39., lint Four (4)( Bald Estate and for 8nI' I 'I ,
of '
> day' In the month of October North half of Block utratlon Which I is II"" 11 ,
II i night and will continue throughout which la the 2nd day of October,, seven (2?) (37), and all of order discharging him a* such Administrator 11139, I" (h0e6 t
I the week with Rev. Hooker mo. Thirty-seven Block Thirty-eight (18) 'tndFortyfour I' Cum Teatamento An- 1939ated;: tI"" 1
+ II Dated thin 7th day of September (44) of Livingstonand nexo de Bon In Non. 'I \4ul
I lJtpBt and Rev. Bohannon conducting 1939. Truby'a Addition to the original Dated this 9th day or August A. (OFFICIAL, v, \
.' I the services. Everybody U in- (OPKICIAT BEAU) A J, Thomas,. Town of Htarke.a D J939. l'lerk of ('u/ "' \ .(I Irhr.
7a Clerk of Circuit Court of Bradford the said A. OJenkins Signed) Merman H Wyndham, County FilII ,
vited to attend these services. County, Florida 9-8 U '-U the. property that on the 2nd A* Administrator Cum Testamento "k 1
,p e 94 Mrs. J. L. Gaskins had the misfortune -I day of ,October, A. D., 1939 within Annexo de Bonls Non of ,the Kstata ,\ottom.g
1Iio'ru''J of ale, namely, between of R. S. Humphrey deceaaed. Notice I" J I. _
I of being badly burned last Notice In hereby given to all the legal eleven hours o'clock In the forenoon 8-11 Dtp 106INOTItH Jones has t"I I, 'I\ 'hall,;
n that I have In the after- executrix r rpr.
S week while burning trash whom It may concern and two o'clock I' .1.
with the East door, J
Account at the
I I filed my Final noon on said day day t'tes V .
the Bradford OF APPLICATIONFOIl 6th .
County Judge and will upon of the Courthouse In Starke, I ,
II NOI-lfl': OK APPl.ICA'IKHf!! th day of octo!>"r. A D lint, apply County Florida, I shall offer TAX UKKItSrnn to the 1(1)0( ,,, ", K l'elr' yCounty '
I I FOIL 'r\\ I>ICtCISenate ) to bald County Judge of Bradford I 1 for axle to the highest bidder, for ( .e Hill No. 1(13 Judg "dord R'
_._ .-' ( Itlll \". IUI: ) County, Florida for Final Discharge cash In hand the above dencrlbedSroperty NOTICE IS" HEREBY LIVEN Florida Lot \' .' Cuu
of the Estate of A. O. That Lois Adklns holder of Tax report and laid
Kxectitor the property
formally presented NOTICR IS .
The "Iron lung" recently pur- Light Company That A. O. Ludwig holder of Tax of Henry J, J. Hint-key, deceased.This to satisfy said Judgement, Certificate No. 198 issued the-2nd., executrix or II +)"hrrD V
Florida medical authorities of September A. of August A. D. 1937 lm tled Thla 61h ,II".
Florida Power & it to Certificate No. J Issued, the 2nd day the 8th day all fees and cn..ta.A. day 'n rij
chased by the again pointing out that, of August A. I). 1937, hall filed D. 1\139.\ 0, ANDREU. Sheriff of Bam In my office and deed has to made be issued application E'' (recuGlI
Light Company to be availablefor though the "iron lung" was placed application Name In my for office a tax and deed has to be made In Thomas W Markey b-8 et* u9tr9: Bradford County, Florida 9-1 6t 9-29 for a tax '.t tl

use by stricken employes of ut the Miami hospital It can -

the Company their families and be removed to any other hospitalor I
the general public wi t h o u t any other location if the need I
charge. half been received and approved should develop. The "Iron lung" :

J. O. Spencer, manager of wr>3 received by Charles A. Mills
the Company In Palatka announced president of the hospital board, ,6I

recently and Miss Mary Ci-obett, assistant stl'

On arrival, the latent modeled superintendent.
"iron lung" was assembled at the Recent developments In the I
Jackson! Memorial HOHpltal in 'treatment of Infantile paralysisand

;lllaml by the Surgical Selling the fact that few artificial
Company representatives of the respirators were available in the

Boston manufactuiers, and tested state, caused the Florida Power
with the assistance of hospital! & Light Company to immediately

authoilttes. The Improved "Iron purchase the equipment as part uP ir 11
lung" Immediately won unani- of Its public safety work and in ,"' '' j ", ,,,
mous acclaim of medical authorities anticipation of any emergencythat ...' I'F'':'. ... .AC'
in that it weighs between 200 may require its use. It will "I"( .

and 300 pounds less than former be used not only for paralysiscases I,', _
model and offers many new fea- but also for gas or mon- V. 1 tAt
tures designed for greater com- oxide poisoning, drowning, smoke <
fort of the patient. suffocation electric shock, drug fgtr4

Following the authorities' approval poisoning or any form of tempo-

the Florida Power & rary failure of breathing.IIAiJlPTON.

By Mrn. V. A. Hosier, lly Miss Ada Nlnuno

Rev H M. Tlllmnn of Jackson M. L. Watterson wan transacting -

ville was visiting B. E. Rosier business in Jacksonville this II f I

Monday. week,
Mra Ancll Hall and baby are Mrs Ethel Jones has her tesl-'J

visiting Mra. Leslie McClellan. dence on Main Street.completed
and is moving in to it this week. I
Russell Redding and son were r
visiting his wife at the home of Mrs. A. C. Dennison and mother .r v

her mother where she Is spending Mis J. P. Johnson have been
several Weeks after an operation. visiting Mrs. Emma Lamoreauxof I

Leslie McClellan! who la em- near Orange Springs

ployed in Jacksonville spent the Mrs. M. L>. Watteraon and Mrs I .. ,

week-end here with his family. J W. Home were visiting In'i .. P". .,,"'" M '
Mrs R. S. Rosier was visiting Starke this week. -, ,
Mrs. Willie Reddish Sunday after Mr. Woodrow Hicks and Wood-

noon. row HLnaon, who are affiliated ......
There will be a Sing at the with the McCloud' Construction -f't Ir

Evergreen Baptist: Church Friday Company left Septe m b e r 23\\
night before the Second Sunday for St. Petersburg where they '
in October.. The public \a\ invited will be employed for several)
to attend. months. ,I

KosU-r-llilliiird --.-- BRADFORD HIGHVs
Mt and Mrs. Carl Htlllard are THERESSA !

announcing the marriage of theirduughter By Mrs A. I. Kulliwm I
levy to Bernard Rosier -
Sunday October 17lh. Mrs. H. D. May and Miss Ida'' .
.... ..
-- -- Hogan were visitors to Starke |

rl' ..111 A 11 I IMi.
( .. l.. Sunilnv" Y ,
fly 1\11'11. L* C. Smith '. and Mrs. W. W. Packham .

were visitors to Palatka Saturday) I
Mrs.\ M. C. Abernuthy and Mr. evening. '

and Mrs H. I). Abernathy and Mrs. Susie Hardee Is visitingher !

Mrs. Elder King of Hampton __ son, Arthur Hardee of Lake GREEN COVE SPGSITONIGHT
were visiting the former's daughter -
It u I lei'. I
and son-in-law Mr. and :Mrs.
Foment Reynolds in Jacksonville I Mrs. D. W. Moore was the
I guest of Mrs. '". F. Brqwn of
Wednesday. I
Mr. and Mrs Curl Jones, and Hampton Sunday.Griffith and little -__,_ _,,_,_ _______._____'__'_____'_"_._____ _'-------- --.-_._,----f
Mis. S. W.
Cain and baby were I II
Mrs. Horace
visiting II
son Donald of Miami are
visiting Mr. Jones' sister, Mrs 1' her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. L. I
Jessie Hall in Hampton Sunday.Col. I j M.
Sullivan. P.
: O. K. Knight of Starke was 1 I Mrs. R. C. Dampier of High FRIDAY SEPT. 29 8
In our section Thursday. Springs U visiting her parents I
Mr. and Mia L. C. Smith were
Mr. and Mrs. J, J. Zeigler.
visiting Mr. and Mrs. R. M. I Mr. C. Sullivan visited ... ..... .. ---,---,)
I Mr. and 0)--- -.- --- --- --- ----------------- --- -- ----
Johnson in the Hampton section Mrs. Josephine Sullivan of Hampton -

Wednesday-- I' Sunday. of Melrose
Rev Chas. Robinson AT
SUNNY ttROOK FARM will fill his regular appointmentat S

My Mr". Floyd K. Crosby", the Baptist Church here Saturday -
evening and Sunday after

Miss Arsula Crosby spent Sat noon.
urday night with Misses Betty --.--- --- \

and Doris Crosby in New River HEILKRONN I B.H.S's New Athletic Field

and day was by accompanied Betty and Doris home Sun-who By Mrs. L. Gaskins .1 I

spent MIA u.a nay .tiAra. .v -unit..- aiienueuchurch The Suwannee Association mel
at Corinth.Mr. with the Primitive Baptist Church I

H. M. Tlllman of JAckson- here Friday, Saturday and Sun'
ville filled his regular appoint- day. Although the continuous] I
ment at the Corinth Baptist hard showers of rain Saturday. ADMISSION: ADULTS 50c CHILDREN
church Saturday and Sunday. and Sunday prevented services ;

Mra. Ines Kelly and Fred Hals- from being conducted under the

i in Jacksonville on business arbor, the business matters of: .. .. .... -.. .... --....
lop were briefly attended 000---- T r_ -- P' --_________ .. _,.. __ __
last Wednesday. the association were
to in the house and aerv-
i; J. R. Kelly was In Jacksonville
held both days in the
" Saturday and Sunday visiting his church lees were where Urge crowds flllec ALEXANDER & COMPANY TEMPLE GARAGE KOZY KORNER
1. cousin, Gene Alvarez, who was
the seats and stood In rows down
! put in St. Luke's Hospital Satur- both aisles and round by the wall ROBERT GREEN L. B. ALVAREZ SERVICEAMOCO" Milton Brownlee

[ ? day. of the building many standing ir STATION
\-' n. B. Kelly, Mrs. Beulah Kelly, the doors and upon the step) DENMARK FURNITURE CO. VAN H. PRIEST CO.
I' Mra. Evelyn Crosby and Kathryn while the rain continued to fall,
" Kelly were attending to businessIn listening to the sermons thai THREE FRIENDS BARBER CANOVA'S PHARMACY A & P STOREMARGUERITES
Heights one day last
Keystone were delivered by various preacher -
, week. brethern of the different sister SHOP CONWAY'S SERVICE STATION SHOPPECARPENTER'S

i; Mi'. and Mrs. O. L Sapp and associations. Among them were
f' ion of VanderbIlt were dinner Elder Allen, Tom Crawford Den DRUG STORE W. P. SMITH ORANGE BLOSSOM CAFE
guests of :Mr. and Mra. J. R Kelly Crawford Lewis Sheffield. Bill]

Sunday.Mr. Roberta and Orville Knight, besides J. W. ANDREWS, JR. H. C. WALL AGENCY STUMP'S STORE

and Mrs. T,, N. Norman of many others of this uanocia- :
I Cum Branch and Rev. Tlllman of tlon. Wonderful mt'llsagelwere COCA.COLJBOTTLING CO. WILSON REALTY ASSOCIATEDON'T
Jacksonville were dinner guests delivered all three days and were ASSOCIATE

Sunday of Mr. and Mrs Tate very much enjoyed. I

Crosby I I The meeting then cloned with 0)T - 1 .. _--._,. ----,- ____._ .. -, _,.-r----
Mra. Allen Hall of Jacksonville showers stopping off in time for
f I spent Saturday afternoon with dinner to be spread upon the

her sister Mrs. L. A Crosby. ground.Mr .
Mr and Mrs. Walter Underhillof and Mrs Clarence Rhoden
Rising were visiting relatives of Jacksonville spent the weekend FAIL TO ATTEND

here Sunday. I I here as the guest of his par
Colonel Crosby of Brooker was ents. Mr. and Mrs. M. Rhoden.

: recently visiting hit mother. Mrs. Miss Jewel Davis U spending ..
Evelyn Crosby several weeks In Jacksonville M .. '" '

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I'' Oayle Sewei: ORGANIZEDDow
,,01 l.td.I'; i '? i L. H. Harper In the March Issue of Reader's CONTEST IS ON II' :1

.r(. l'0i': '. .' Frank Robinson Digest, an unusually interesting B-e
ut.4 r Loral Arch Bennett Thomai Green, Sunptum article entitled "Tots at the Two Second Grade R-Ight TONIGHT AGAINST GREEN COVE

. Clul.+ i ntnbeth Plummeipel Are Chrer Leaders Typewriter," condensed from Are Ahead So ... A-nd

rJph) ,lara I*Ma.M. Harley Oalneii .. For TonightPlenty School and Society, and writtenby Far D-o -----

r' .I Albert Edward Wiggam, i a F-or Yflalr' First Tilt Held
)$.;:lee.r\. ,I i,i.ery lvlllin.worth New.n'I1. of "up-and-at-'em"' Ig a debatable question is discussed: Since attendance Is a problem O-the-ra Mammy Sez In New Stadium

), Heporeersrr necessity In many cases, but Do typewriters help school tots in in the school especially in the ftcalDcede At 8 O'clock!

pp..lal, 'r plain. never Is it needed anywhere more !learning to read write, and even primary department, the teachers My dear Chlllun,

,"r.W'ToWII" tic rtyoGreen, than at a football game. And do their Arithmetic? According to week before last hit upon a HaveIlnwardly Dis! has really been a real Tonight the B. II S. football

"lurrn. 1,,'," 110.(tape Austin, and last Tuesday steps were taken to experiments conducted by top- scheme which might help the a week-end. More stuff doln' season shoves off with the Tor-

supply plenty of it tonight for our notch psychologists Drs Ben D. situation: a contest among all: G-ood football parties dances! nadoes meeting the Green Cove

;. first game, and all the rest. The Wood of Columbia, and Frank rooms of the Primary Department H-eart De Junior Class! hab elected of'fleers !team beginning at 8 o'clock sharp. +

EDITORIAL i source of supply will be the first Freeman, of Chicago, the type )In an effort to reduce aD- ; my ole sun bonnet Roe Bradford played Green Cove

--- pep squad the school has ever writer is a great asset in this sences. S-o off to Ralph Nettles for belt last year with an inexperiencedteam t

footliull S.ItSn( Open had.The respect.In Most successful the attemptare C-an 'lected president and was defeated 27-0!

L long time the athleti* idea originated in the the article Mr. Wlggam the two second grades, taught H-onor Dose Music classes are naturally However, this year it is expectedto

has a held the center of at' minds of teachers Williams anVanderviere states that even though one, by Mrs.: Hitch" and Miss Hogsed. O-ffer leainln' to appreciate de show the crowd a different ,

Id Bin.tford High Sch ol's who felt that a regu might think this would Injure Most discouraging however, are O-ther Classics! acoI'el! Green Cove has an equally

'ion as Much has beer lar group, formed together especi penmanship of the children, It the cloudy reports of the first and LessonsSeneble good team but B. H. S. has abetter
asaci I wonder dat Ralph
, why
Si d t the past few weeks con ally for the purpose of cheeringfor does not. As a matter of fact third grades: ) Rhodes has been smilln 'round one than last year. \ I

,inr this vear's football team, the team, would do away with] it makes a child love handwriting First Grade Absence! P-uptls here so much lately. The Bradford team has a squad

of its outcome; the usual hesitation felt by pupils more than he ordinarily would if; Miss Lilley 31 I-nvlte of hard-hitting and fast linesmen.The )

.nnnpect.will stand when the sea/ who'participate in school yells he did not first have his chanceat Miss Middleton 18 R-easonable Boys, here's a tip grow a backfield, with a little more

?ends.it Whatever Is expected I or, as Principal Williams put It, the typewriter! Mrs. Roberts 21 I-deas from mustache-! It seems to be de grooming, will be as good as any !

Tornadoes, there Is nc "feeling ashamed of the way they; Dr Wood thinks: "There are Second Grade Absence 'l'eachersElementary rage 'round B. 11. S. Its Rise and experience In the

;be that they will make an urvsi act." two results even more importantthan Mrs. Rltch 4 Starker was well' represented at state. They are a group of fast

bt showing, because worker Tonight the pep squad will bright the improvement in the Miss Hogsed. 0 EchoesFIRST de Fla-Stetson' game Saturday; and shifty backs; this squad of "
if I
let see can remember
fails to bring results, and In the middle of the big mastery of school subjects: first Third Grade ; Absences nite- now me ob our popular students linesmen and backs will give '

ordlnff to the consclentloui event. They will be easily recognized the release and stimulus which Mrs. Biggs 16 GRADE some Green Green Cove Sprlngtt plenty of
dere': Dot and Grace ,
sire with which the team hast as a big white spot in the ease of writing on the machine Mrs. Prevatt v The primary 'children had their Muriel Smith Garland Godwin, trouble.
t of the summer, been pre center of the left bleacher. In gave to the child's powers of ex -- --- first chapel exercise Thursday Margaret Pearce Juanita Barefoot The squad, as a,whole, average '

at for the season, we should order to make this group distinguishable pression. Second, the improved Music Class Here afternoon. The program was: And our own Coach Whit 181 pounds There has been no '

be disappointed in them. One from the rest of the attitudes toward school work in Flag salute. "low-down.'" definite statement as who will
Learns Many Facts temore gettln' some
{ II certain! All victories wll crowd, it has been decided that general." Song, "America." De Tornadoes am naturally start the game, but one may feel

-e been thoroughly earned they shall all be dressed alike One experiment was conducted Morning prayer. shine 'bout eight o'clock I'certain that the ones who start

won with the help of Hercu all in white with red and black thusly: "Four leading manufacturers One of the most worth-while+ Bible story-God is love. gonna tonlte. Now Everett, you better the game will be in there fighting r
Is the
end the long-handled spoon ribbon draped from shoulder to agreed to furnish the subjects In the school new Songs (learned this year) "The+ call dose signals "fust class." The team has the thing most important t

Tornadoes have been work shoulder.The money and to lend 2100 portable course in elementary this theory Mrs.and Zoo" "The Kangaroo," and "Pol Dat Jack Andrews aho' did besides good training-a j'I I

lince the latter part of vaca past week, the Tornadoes typewriters, which were distributed Mable harmony Wall.taught Following year are by some+ ly Wolly Doodle." look blue Monday morning high strong fighting spirit. Lastweek's ,.

have been practicing extra hard to 30 schools in eight widely of the interesting facts learned When the children had returnedto couldn't have been the weather! '1 1I T practice has proved more

Tonight the first game of thton < to receive the praise l of the school separated cities. In each city., thus: far by members of the class: their rooms, Dorothy Yates ask you Muriel--why do you that ever that this hold true, for ,

will be played here, on th< and the pep squad to give It I to+ some schools were selected as Ex Melody-is the succession of said: "That little bit was good. I; have such a crush on de Lake+ the boys have been putting everything

field, beneath powerful flood them; both will be kept busy to perlmental schools where typewriters tones so arranged that they translate didn't know I could like chapel so Butler Theatre they have Into these scrim

it and thrilling circumstances night! were used, and some as feeling Into sound. well." Dat L. M Gaines sho' has a ages r..

large crowd is expected; ado Cheer leaders are Grace Dew, Control schools, where they were Miss Ruby Lllley teacher. powerful Ilkln' for soft, sweet Coach Whlttemore issued game
the motion that is
10 come will realize one or Ruth Simpson and Dorothy Green. not used. The experiment lasted Rhythm-Is swing music-you know--de right jerseys this week and they are
In music the recurring FOURTH GRADE
of these facts: ((1)) The new two years, and a third year was : dependent on set tin', de lights dimmed and t a really the thing. The school Is
accent.HarmonyIa. had book reports
leUc field is a beauty; (2) The Seniors In ChargeOf consumed working up the results. Last Thursday we teacher. beautiful gill-now Gaines, de going to have programs for each +

Ine is worth the price; ((3]) Children from five to twelve par the combinationof for our language symptoms spell love! game. The program will containthe

y enjoy watching football Chapel ProgramTuesday ticipated. The experimental and tones arranged according to They were very interesting On Mammy wonders where dal names of the players, theplayer'lI C'a

Ire at night than in day bee control groups were matched as law and produces a pleasing, Friday we had picture study. Juanita could have been goln jersey's number; weight A,

: The sun doesn't wear then afternoon of last week evenly as possible In age, ability, harmonious sound. We have all of ,our books and Thursday afternoon 'bout one- and position of each, both of the

a; it is much more conven the seniors were once again in class standing and home back Form tin( music)-is the arrangement work books, and we have some she was drvin' a. '37 Ford, and Home Team and the Visitors. In ti ;

I,they feel) better at night any charge of the chapel program grounds. of a melody or composition paints to go with them. We have dere were three other people i doing this the spectators will ;I ;'

((4)) Bradford High Schoo which was as follows: "The children taught themselves that brings about balanceor not colored very much but soon with her, and as dey passed thru know the players who are out on

improved inside and out In The student body stood and repeated to typewrite by the huntandpeckmethod. orderliness. we will paint and color, We have main drag I heared dese girls the field, and at what position 4'

last five years. the Lord's Prayer, after Pupils who had had one Mood (In music)-is the response been studying colors and drawing Blngln' "University Here I Come." they stand. tl? ,

'pon being asked how many which Frank Robinson led in the year of typing by the hunt-and- expected or resulting trees. 'Gib you three guesses. Also, on the program will be 6)

!nee be expected the Tornadoes flag salute. peck method learned touch typing from a composition.These Several students have brought Dat Gayle really looks cute In found rules of the game and a. '

low this season, Coach Whitore Elizabeth Plummer announcedthe much more rapidly than pupils five facts are the elements ;flowers to make our room more dose full skirts. clear but concise account of how '

cheerfully replied: "I don'1I following numbers: of the same age and grade in music. cheerful. Mary Mersereau brought Helen what did you change the game la played.

11';: I hope not too many." who had never used the type Standard Organizations of an us a pot-plant. your mind 'bout Having your Our boys are:
A violin solo by Grace Dew, ac Billy Smith, Roy Harrel, out for ? No.
tonsils -sissy Jersey
.ad so do we all. writer. Significantly enough, riayr
companied by Jean Davis, "I] orchestra are: Strings, Brass, tr
while the Control children showed reporters. When Thanksgiving Holidays Edwards 30 !
f the five games to be played Wood-wind and Percussion.
Heart Into a Song.
Poured My ;
mentioned Dot Juanita near 30 ,
and the:! four elsewhere, to no eager enthusiasm for their Standard organization of a band SIXTH GKAUK am Harper
"Mexican Rose," sung t>y M'racy has "fits." I wonder why? 35 ,
lesson the Typewrlte'rchildren ly
.it. Is by far, the-"most 1m writing are:; Brass, Wood-wind and Per Seletta brought us a pretty
Baker, with Jean Davis at the clamored for their turns Fashion note for de week: Mrs McKlnney 6O p, !t
ant We won't lose cussion.
hope we pink geranium and a cactus plant '
piano, and Grace Dew playing the at the machines. Williams (Jack In dat striped Rhodes 48
Davis. .
one lean and Josephine
for our room,
violin. shirt and blouse She nho' do Sopp 43
"St. Louis Blues"-played by "The teachers were Instructedto Whirlwind Facts brought a pretty pot-plant. These look beautiful when she dons dat. Chantatn 47 1-2 n
The Juniors Speak ; auve all the written work, both plants make our room brighter b
Jean Davis and Tracy Baker Until next week, so long. But GriffU '- 42
'ell. we are juniors at last (guitar). handwritten and typewritten Who'll win the game tonight snd more home-like. remember slat I Is watchln' you Nettles 62
., except In arithmetic. Any fool Addle the numberingof
ugh ten years of stormy seat Principal Williams made an That's the question now some supervised all every minute of de day! Turner 86 aAnders
would know that the typewritercould books and did avery
have floundered about and al nouncements concerning the ticket body, what's the answer? Some our library Lots ob It, 41 ,
not help children In arithmetic. of It. are al!!
to start down : good Job
are -
preparing sale and the pep squad for our may guess, but nobody can forecast Mammy, Crews, F. 03T ''a
Hut this was just where readIng
numbered and are busy -
home stretch With Ralpl oncoming football season. the future except the weatherman -, -i ,i T, Crews, M. 40Darley ,
:Its ai, ,mi- helm we feel curt everybody: was fooled. It was them now. '
and woe be unto him Ifhe Old Jokes 01 s ,
I we will again come through] soon found that the children Anlce Green was sick two days
lets It rain'If Denmark 45
right ." can you blame ui Health EssentialsRules without being told, were doing last week. We hope she will not 64 00

being nappy about the whole their arithmetic problems on the victory lunt ours but once have to miss any more school. Doctor ( to patient) : "And what Godwin 31McMilllan f fi

5'! for care of the eyes.A machines''! So, from then on, all this season let's hope that will be The boys are enjoying playing are yu'i complaining about now, Jones

)lie child's eyes should be ex their number work was saved; tonight. Because this, being the baseball with their new but and my dear boy?" 44 :'

bewildered young-atari 8 amined before he enters school. and it was found In the end that first game on the new field, will I ball. Frank Robinson: "I got well before Moseley 49
you noticed or did Shufford 40Elmpnon
( you
Have your eyes examined oncea the improvement in arithmetic be an extra-special occasion. I Mrs Searing, teacher. the medicine was gone."
?ce ""ltl''ying about the hall; .38
! was, in many class-rooms greater The red stickers with "Bradfordlornadoes" --- -- '
class sums a or two year. Tho Green Cove Springs team ,
year (HCAUt
I Wear glasses if eyes are defec than in any other subject; In on one side and the Arch: I can tell the Age of a
a freshmen and sophomore Book will have the following line-up-
! tive. some cases is much as 30 percent schedule on the other are quite Friday was our Dayfany turkey by the teeth."
I triumphantly emerged aifl'tlg Cross-eyes should be treated ijrf) the trick. Nobody could help noticing Interesting! books had been Loral: "A turkey has no teeth. begin the game:
;! Juniors about 72. discussing I'imltloii Nameselg1it
read. We enjoyed "
leg. soon as the defect is recognized "Tests at the end of the first that delicious red paper Arch: "But I have. LK EJ Summers!!! 150 t

'you Silver nitrate should be put In year showed the average percentages football. them.Retha and Paul Andrews LT II. II. Cox 155: r'
know Brudly
i ibubly ,
a child's eyes at birth by a doc of gains of the Experimental Though plastered all over town, Employer (Ito newly hired typist -
LCJ Tat 140
junior'- have a very busy time+ children/ over the Control the schedule Is one thing we can'tee have been ab ent.Ve hope ): "Now I hope you thoroughly Cooper
ad riii w raise tor.Be will not have to miss anymore 3 Geo. Bardin 160
must enough they of
Hey tov the sure to have roper IIghtlni'facUlties. children to be roughly, as folk! too much of: time. understand the Importance flQ John Marton 130 ?;,
spring to give "
Literature 14 Jute[ Team IMitce punctuation.
lows: Reading 9: ;
f, teacher FIT Richard Crockett 150
'hI''' well-deserved ban- Books should have a large type Geography 19, Spelling 23; Language Sept. 20 G Coy Sp. Here Miss Kennedy, Willa Vida: "Oh yes. Indeed, I
t t. FIR Kenny
'In Buddy
ier to do this, winn and a natural tint. Usage 38; Arithmetic Computation Oct. 6 Lake City There HEALTH always get to work on time. 130 ,
511 Buddy Pringle
must 1 nave the complet+ Avoid small type, glazed paper, 31." October 13 Bunnell Here OUR -- f'f'H
ratlol feet >t the school which, and long lines. And so it was proved that the October 20 Jennings Here SITUATION Mrs Williams: "Good grief! Ican Fill, Carlisle Mervin Fisher Dyson 125 >;

' will hi freely given: Stop reading when you become small children loved the typewriters October 27 Reddick Hereby write my name In the dust on PTi C. Thomas 130

OU> who lave' been juniors re- tired or sleepy. ; were thrilled by It; the 3 High Springs Here How do we stand; are our this: table." Sub Dick Maxwell 150 ,

e I our station and you who Rest the eyes for at least five perfection with which it printsits November 10 Jaspet1/ There school conditions. satisfactory soar Janitor Thornton: "Yr'' It'sfreat Sub. Jesse Qulgley 130
'an't been will be some day hour I with Mov, 17 Fla Sch. Deaf There to have an education.
or ten minutes every letters, and the ease as sanitation, first aid equipment Sub. Williams Webb 140 ,
+ hope I and then you will ap- Do not read In moving vehicles.Be which they could make a-b-c-d-e November 24 Palatka There etc. are concerned ? Sub. Sydney Hendricks ISO ,

late t the wisdom of our words sure the light Is steady. whereas, the terrible process of ,It certainly looked good to tee Answer: We stand first-rate. Freshman: "Please "mama Sub. Homer Lee Harris 140

Juniors have already spond There should be no shadow's on making letters with the hands Mr. Clark hauling those giant The first-aid room upstairs is an't: I go out tonight? .

a show at the local theatre the reading matter. directed all their thoughts to the Flood-lights out to the field last clean ready and waiting for any Sophomore: "M ay I go out to- Monogrammed personal station- v'.

are wet;' pleased with the reWe Sit in a position to have, the displeasure In which they were week. And to think people will person who !Is sick If they are ,light? The show Is over at try at the Bradford County' Tele

e. nave also sold candy light come over one shoulder. engaged. actually be able to sit down and leriously 111, and does not live in seven"

]e"y Use nth grade girls.ther Strong sunlight or artificial Also: "The Experimental:!!: children watch games Is too, too good but town they are given careful attention I Junior: "I'm going out tonight graph.'n.

xveral > ways of raising light should not fall directly on learned punctuation, the correct not to be true! until It In possible for Dad.) .:

Cey are now under way and the reading matter. use of capitals, correct Indentation This school Is going to be the them to be taken home. Senior: "Good night, folks, I'll

juniors hope that by getting People whose eyes are sensitive at the beginning of paragraphs enter: of the town's. \ excitement There are two emergency rooms >bring In the milk!" OLE

early start they can producetecesearv to light should wear tinted and all the mechanical tonight. It can t help but bewe I one upstairs: one down. If, at anytime

funds for the ban- glasses. features of good writing much hope! a child Is Injured seriously I' t.ren '4
by spring. Avoid straining the eyes at any more readily than did the Control One of the most Interesting I tr slightly, no time Is lost In carIng BUSINESS 1 .so.ewt +

-Mary: Townsend, time.: children. Shy and noncoopera- things about the game tonight for him or, If he Is very seri-
.. Use individual towels and hand tlve children/ --always a classroom will be the look on Coach Whit- ualy hurt, calling the doctor. DIRECTORY

tell ,.>tre| : ''ory plate "In- kerchiefs. problem--found a new sense : :emore' face when to boys do or All medicines and supplies needed .

"* 100 for 91 (envelopesed of power at the typewriter and lo not make a touchdown.Pep In the first aid rooms are on ( ts

). usually 60 for *1.- Can You Imagine? gained self-confidence general Squad, and others, take land. \ ij ijJ .00 ar. Y,

, County Telegraph./ scholastic Improvement, and better note of the following new yell: High standards of sanitation, as The drink (

wearing a I adjustment to the group." Give 'em the axe, veil as learning, are our aim. For J fr

Coach Whlttemore, What do you think about it, Give 'em the axe, a sick body means an impaired '' that I '
dull-looking tie? I ? Wouldn't Miss LUley'i Give 'em the axe, WHERE mind JACK 'oLLE'S
OUR Instead teachers
MILK brown eyes i
Grace Dew with steel- room be a center of Interest If it'ere Right in the neck, .-+ everybodyknows LEADING HOTELS
of those beautiful i HOW DO IOC STAND?
full of tots at typewriters?! Right; in the neck.
srey I How*we got along before we I I WilliamsAnd when 1was You think it doesn't make 00 per cent-I will not. : G,"J ..... ..... .. ...
got all our wonderful Improvements out In California there was icnse.: Well, wait just a minute. 10 per cent-I just can't. 5ct: M M E A aeaars... "--xsiiy d

Tprincipal awful earthquake. The walls Get out there in the middle of the 20 per cent.-I couldn't learn. COMFORT M-a wtih kra4v.jidrnMKa.MMU d
Williams raising his in the china flew-" floor and yell It one time with 30 per cent-I wish 1 could, ...... see wr i,
shook, ash
voice? "Oh, that re- 'eellng.' Now then changed your >ut-. Efwy
Mr. Whlttimore: with.4ean.rtp _d s +iseIm.A
Seldom Equalled Billy Dowling without a sense mnds me, r have to take my wife dad? 40 per cent-I doubt It. OC t-COLA DOT. CO. ......,...--...,.....
? 60 cent-I might, but I don'tknoW'
of, humor tonight. per ; '
heev the co: t the movies WE ARE ro.ULAI..IICID
Surpassed :Mrs.. Williams not getting -.--- :Miss. Stump: "L. H, what have .
point T Card Sale! 100 for 8 c.S"eor rou been doing all afternoon?" 60 per cent--Oh, well-
What this school would be like Calling this low before Specialrecess 1. H Harper. "Shootin1 craps" 70 per cent Maybe I can. COFFEE SHOP

PETERSON'S without .Mrs. Wall solemn resemble engra/ v I n g ),u. Stump: "That must stop. I' 80 per cent I can CARPENTER'SThe f I O>...J..5 r-w4 HMbtal -* mil
Martha Matthews a>I a ? to choose f>- -- ; hose: little things have just a* 90 per cent.I will. .. ..ffnClMttrai.HMJ DeSetIIrte -........ I t
I the wonderfully )(any styles I Rexall Store ...
DAIRY somebody Instead ".f she is? I Bradford County Telegjr ph. I I much right to live as you do. I 100 per cent I did!
I pleasant person

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+f'' Miss Hallie Elaine WynnIs Callstreet I a stork but I

1A'' SOCIETY and CLUBS Guest of Honor At Carolyn bundle !' S> ''.' to
week . vru at
-. -- Miscellaneous\ Shower -
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Baptists Hold Prayer Meeting rs For Revival; Dupray-Rigdon -I Misses Etholln and Dorothy Sees. All.. hears All. Prints All ---
i White entertained at their home H
Elected Church Officials ont VBaptists Vednesday Nightwill Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Rigdon of I Wednesday afternoon, from fourto Bradford! Bradford! Rah! Rail! Off the sick list. Abbie Har-I

+t from all over the city not,,only present the Rev. Mr. this city announce the marriageof six, with a miscellaneous shower Rah! S'cuse me folks, I'm ley goes back to work Trade .
j; ; .,f Starke have been in prayer King, who is to preach, but will their daughter Miss Eva Rig- honoring Miss Elaine Wynn, Just gettln' my vocal apparatus after a three weeks lay off in youj
of the don to Dr. Fred Dupray of New Football Abbie was confined to the Flagler
'','.j' {' meetings this week, in antlcipa- close with the observance whose marriage to James Purvis tuned up for the game
I. 1 tlon of the beginning of the revival Lord's Supper, which will be led York City, on Saturday, September Hazen will be an event of Octoberthe tonight It's the first game of Hospital in St. Augustine for two
] to start at the Baptist by the pastor. All members of 23, at the home of the bride's 8th. the season for B. H. S. Imagine weeks following an appendectomy, Old
the church In particular are urgedto parents. The ceremony was per- A Football game In Starkeat and has been home for a week Razor
The meein
which church will on Sunday.continue 2 weeks, will be in attendance for this occa- formed by the Rev. F. B. Johns, The house was attractively dec- night Isn't It exciting? Lillian Moseley la walking again a al
as the evangelist, the sion. pastor of the Primitive Baptist orated with Fall flowers, the colors Bradford High has really come after months of suffering with a

'4' Rev present Lloyd King, former memberof In the Sunday School all pupils Church. of pink and yellow predomi- Into its own When I was In I broken leg .
Starke church\. and whose present will go to their new classes on nating. Tables were arranged in school (not too long ago), our Watchin' the Waves The T. CARPENTERSGet$2Z5'
headquarters are in Orlando. Sunday, to which they were assigned LongRobbinsThe the living: room where Chinese team played on a football field K. McClanes, Doc Brownlee and
p'' Prayer meetings have already last week. The new S3 many friends here of Pleas- checkers were played, and an (and field was the word for it) the George Pattens (Mary and
been held at the homes of J. B. staff will be on hand, and a good ant Allan Long of Chicago, Illinois award was given to the guest When we had a game, the playershad Pat) of Tallahassee were among
Alexander, Rev. L G. Hemingway crowd is expected for this first son of Mrs. F. H. Long of making the highest score. Miss two opponets; the visiting those house-party'n at the Weeks'
.,' and at the church and will Sunday in the new church year. this city, and many years a resident Wynn was showered by her team and the sandspurs The cottage last week-end J. G.
be held on Thursday night at the Friends who desire to have the here, will be interested to friends with a collection of lovely sandspurs scared 'em most and Rita Alvarez spending Saturday ,
B'': home of Calvin Johns; Friday Rev. King as their guest for noonor learn of his marriage Saturday, miscellaneous gifts. The hostess Improvements have finally re- and Sunday with Mrs. Bencein
night with Mrs. G. W. Alderman evening meals, are asked to September IS, to Miss Eleanor presented a pair of embroidered sulted in an illuminated' Gridiron her cottage on the North Side allowance on you
V and Saturday night at the Pas- communicate with Mrs. L. G. Alice Robbins of Chicago" The pillow cases to the honoree. We think it colossal . Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Guy the
i torlum. Thursday and Friday Powell, who is arranging such marriage was performed in Chicago The hostesses, assisted by their Prof. Williams says they are ex- Fred Guys, Jacksonville, Henry purchase ofIT'S
night meetings start at 7:30.: All matters for the revival. Friends where the couple have made mother Mrs. Olin W. White, served pecting a large crowd so come Guy, Gainesville, Emory Guy,
', are Invited to these cottage prayer who cannot attend services be- their home.Methodist. ice cream and cake to the following out and help cheer the team to a Miami, Mr. and Mrs. W. I. Mc-
meetings. cause of a lack of transportationduring --9 guests: Mrs. Rudolph first game victory Elroy, Atlanta, spending the Va 1.0
:. At the Annual business meeting the revival, are asked to Young People Andrews', Miss Frances Lee Peek, Friday night notes Boy week-end in the Adkins' Cottage
call H. L. Brownlee or speak to S. I Scouts holding their weekly meet-
of the church on Wednesday night Enjoy Lake PartyThe Misses Myrtice and Florled Kill- I
E. Sparks at the City Barber ing Fines bunch of youngsters I
of this week the following officers ingsworth. Mrs. Merrill Edwafcls, Mrs. E. L. Williams who is
Shop, and transportation will be Intermediate Departmentof Frank Robinson has cer-
for the church and I
organ- Miss Martlle Hemingway, Misses chairman of Red Cross Roll Call
s izations were elected: Trustees of arranged. Any who desire a the Methodist Church School, Edith and Ruth Rowe, Miss Har- tainly proved himself a capable !in charge of the residential section -
church, Luther Powell, H. L. special call from Mr. King will under the direction of Mrs. Frank riet Bishop, Miss Lillian Stern- leader of the troop It is by this will all
i'' Bro'vnlee' Oscar Andreu, R. II.X communicate with him or the pas- far, the best organized and active year pay ye
berg, Miss Edith Holllngsworth,
Robinson, had an enjoyable party residents a call some-time duringthe
tor at the paHtorium, phone 130. Starke has had .
Cox, and Newsome Church group ever
_u_.._._ Ray 9.L_ hu._.'" ; .._, last Thursday evening: at the Mrs. T K McClane. Jr., Miss "Do Good Deed !" means month of November, so If you
LI COOUICVUI I'owell, l IHIIIBI, Loraine a Dally
I of-Judge Smith, Mrs. Artford are planning to join, tuck that
f Kingsley Lake place and
} s Miss Elaine those .
Mrs. Wynn to
L. A. Canova; Choir director something boys r
Brown Miss Guilda Marie Thede,
K. This dollar under the rug so you'll haveit
Mrs. E.
''i. John Powell; Clerk S, E. Sparks, Honored in Hampton I Perryman. party They do Lights on in the
of Lawtey, Mrs. Jim Ritch and
was given in honor of those being on hand when she calls to see s-
n n and Sunday school, superintendent, new armory reminds me ,
Alias Hallie Elaine Wynn, whose promoted fro mthe junior depart Miss Enza Weaver, of the State I you She won't be around fora
Arch Thomas. The following understand the forthcoming formal -
Il Farm, Mrs. James Hair of
L. ,
marriage will be an event of Sun- ment, and those being promoted month yet so you'll have plentyof
is to be the affair -
compose the staff of the Sunday opening quite
Lake City, Miss Ruth Tomlinson,
I' and hose time .
school: Miss Martlle Hemingway day afternoon, October 8, was the from merit the Intermediate being promoted of Jacksonville, and Mrs. L. A. It will probably mean If you've overlooked it so far 0
:Mrs. H L. Brownlee, Mrs. A E. lovely honoree Tuesday afternoon deparmentto Wynn, of evening clothes for the ladles, sodon't r.
Hampton. .
the senior department of the Next time you are looking for
Mrs. I didn't ,. ,
y Lightfoot S. E. Sparks Mrs. say warn you
1s at a miscellaneous shower givenIn church school. I something to read Try, "With
Tom Harding:, Mrs. Luther A great number of Starkeltes at-
s" her honor by Mrs. J. W. Horne, Promoted from the junior de- Baptist WMS PostponedMrs. Malice Toward Some," by Mart
Powell, S. E. Sparks, Mrs. R. A tended the Stetson-Florida Gamein
A p Thomas, Mrs. A. M. Darby Mrs. Mrs. Luther Watterson and Mrs. partment were: John Anderson, L. A. Canova announced Gainesville Saturday night garet Hasley Miss Hasley Is Reg. Price.$$12.5
'' George Anderson, Mrs. L.A.. Lacy Wynn at the home of Mrs. Lyle Anderson, Steve Weldon, yesterday that the monthly meet- The rain didn't phase them evidently a full-fledged wit, and
i'' Canova, Mrs. J. B. Alexander, Home in Hampton.The Barbara Keen, Oleeta Green ings of the circles of the Baptist i That first game of the season en- has the remarkable talent of pre- Razor,
Rev. A. E. Lightfoot. The church home was attractively decorated Austin Smith, and Mack Futch. Woman's Missionary Society have thusiasm can't be drowned sentation in writing Mention- NET Only.? .. 9.1J
? Ut also elected for SS officers Mrs. with garden flowers in fall Promoted from the intermediate been postponed from next Monday Crowing down Call Dora ing Movies Hope all of you
t Blanche Vandivlere, pianist; P. shades. Novel contests were enjoyed 'department were: Leonard Smith,' October 2, until Monday, thy Lambe back to.work at Stern- folks, who enjoyed "Goodbye Mr $3.73 4 AUOWANOmimtrf
rot// M. Barefoot, secretary, and H. L. and prizes were awardedto 'Virginia Anderson, Buddy Davis, October 9. Revival meetings at berg's Store after a two weeks va- Chips," in book form by James old Schick Dry l
+' Brownlee, treasurer Mrs. O. D. Gay and Miss Wynn.At Hogan Smith, and Billy Lee. I the church every night, which cation JOhlp wln vaca- Hilton saw the Movie Version
jlh the conclusion of the would conflict- starring Robert Donat at the MONEYBACGUARANTE
with the
On next Monday, October 2, games After a swim in the lake, a Society tioning from CanQya's Pharmacyfor
i Miss Wynn was presented with a bountiful meetings, were cited as the reason Ritz Thought it excellent .
the local WMS will attend the annual picnic supper was en- a week BUI,Edwards back
,, lovely assortment of gifts.A for the postponement. If Doc Brownlee wondered why
WMS Associatlonal meeting Joyed. for a while, working in W M.
delicious Ice he had no business all Wednesday
course was served -
which is held at the Pine Grove Besides the above mentioned Edwards Grocery and Market .
by the hostesses to the 35 Circles Will Meet Monday afternoon he certainly found HERE, men-jmt what
church. Any who wish to go and young people, there were also June Smith down from Washington -
guests to enjoy the after- out when he knocked off to been for-
pi present waiting
have not arranged a way of transportation noon with Miss Wynn. present: Patsy Keen, Marjorieand Circles of the Woman's Societyof home-he found his office door go lut word in Schick engineerIng .
may do so by phoning Ida Lulu Davis, Comer Ferryman Christian Service of the Meth- Speaking of becoming hair do's had been locked skill. Now you can enjoy
the Baptist Pastorlum or confer Bobby Biggs, "Virginia! odist Church will meet Monday Pat Lambe's new up swept and of her Kitty Hogsed faster:, cleaner, safer, more
P-T one miminutive
; ; A. MeetingThe co-ed
ing with any of the circle leaders. Sewell, Garnlta ecoDo''lcal.h.vea. Don'tmlrthis
Hutto, Joe Andrews afternoon at three-thirty o'clock. down on the neck arrangement !is students were
discussing' the illness big bargain.Bring In
Already four full cars are tentatively Parent-Teache Associationof Arline Dew, Frank Robin- Circle Number One will meet at most becoming of a neighbor of the little- old razor today I IFOR,4u1tfilED you
planned with more cars the Bradford County High son, III, Mrs. L. F. Smith, Mrs. the home of Dr. and Mrs. O. L. Peepin' at parties Nice
available for those who desire to School will meet Thursday, October R. J, Davis, Mrs. E. K. Perryman, Haynes, with Mrs. Haynes and party for Elaine Wynn Wednesday ter girl.And with him?what" was the mat- TIM!
go. Announcement is made that 5 at 3:15: o'clock in the the Rev. and Mrs. Frank Robinson. Mrs. Carl Johns as hostesses. Cir- afternoon Dorothy White Kitty" asked. "ins ,
all circle meetings of the WMS I school auditorium with the president cle Number Two will meet at the doing the honors 'Twas a suspendlx popped, was the
have been postponed until after Mrs. E. K. prompt reply. Carpenter'sDrug
Perryman pre home of Judge and Mrs. E. K. shower for Starke's newest bride- Stork _
the revival. I siding. All patrons are urged to File folders at the Bradford Perryman, with Mrs. Perryman elect and she received a numberof tion of Story The elucida- Store
The an eight year old misson
morning service on Sunday 'attend. County Telegraph. hostess.
i I' as beautiful and useful gifts seeing a crane Look! It's ,
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! t-i October 2nd Through 9th DELIVERY


Granulated Camels, Chest., Luckys Round

S SUGAR I 99c I Cigarettes 1 1 Q It has been our policy for a number of years to STEAK STEW Beef

r 5 Carton JL JL 3> operate and maintain a complete store also accommodating 18c Pound 12c

k No. 1 IRISH 10 Pounds / those who desired credit and deserved it. Chuck Best Western

:.. After many years we are forced to change our

.r H POTATOES ZJlc policy and ice are very sorry to announce that on STEAK 15c BACON llc

the First Day of October 1 /t
we will adopt a new sys

.. TOMATOES 6c PEACHES 9c tem. 'We{ are revising our prices and reducing same Sliced Breakfast Pork

9tra No. No. 21-2 Can where possible and will discontinue carrying any CON23c CHOPS! 15c

G accounts. This has been Pound
: CATSUP MILK brought on by highly com- '

9C 10 C petitive prices among our local grocery stores. In Also have a
14 Ounce Bottle Dime Brand Can complete line of Western Meats,
m order that we may compete with them we will sell Veal, Lamb and Cold Cuts

ii i SALMONJ 13c Toilet t tissue 10c for cash only and believe that in doing so we will Special White

be in a position to
3 Rolls "r' many friends and
customers -

Chase and Sanborrtm Large Octagon money on their purchases. J "* ';l!''a,_ __ Egg Mash 2 5 0 CORN 140
I .,_ Ilaj; .

COFFEE 21C SOAP... 9'c 'We have a number of customers who have been 5 Bushel Bags C. S.

t Pound 2 Hart 0!' trading with us for years and in making this decision -

Staley's Compound we regret very much the inconvenience thatit OATS 2.25 MEAL 150

: STARCH may bring, and wish also to express our desireto Per Bag

lOc LARD 10e : have trade with 50.50 For Crickets- Mixed
3 Boxes you us on a cash basis. We will

Home Ground Maxwell House I continue to carry a complete line of groceries, feeds SCRATCH cm POISON 450
Per! Bag JL t7\/
and fertilizers at lower prices.If Per 100 Pounds

MEAL 19 C COFFEE 25c We pay 3c below Jacksonville market for eggs

10 Pounds you desire to open an account with any of our Present prices 24 oz. Whites 29c; 22 oz. Whites 23c_

5c Package Life BuoySOAP competitors we will gladly furnish you with any Yellow

reference that you may ask for. Good RipeBananas


2 Packages 2 Bars Hoping that the change will in no way cause you 5c 10C
3 1 ound _1
Large Boxes Tall Cans1ICHES any inconvenience and that we may have the pleasure Delicious

MILK of serving you in the future as wn have in the Large Avacado

3 10c .3 Can* 18c remain.past for your highly appreciated business, we APPLES tOe PEARS 7'2C'

5 Gallons Fine GradeFLOUR

Kerosene! 49o 59c Yours very truly, For WILSON\ and TOOMER FERTILIZERS

Per Rations all purposes
21 Pounds S. R. JOHNS & SONS. our new low cash prices

before buying

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-== BITS of LOCAL NEWS I'I i Mrs. B. A. Miller, guest for the I!up for Jesus" Devotional: "Win II cheese In gradually until smooth.

I past several weeks of her sister,,' dows of the Soul" Mrs. A. M. Recipes Add gelatine, already dlssoved in

-- .. -- .. .... .. -- .. .. 1 Mrs. M. J. McRae, returned tot 'Darby Daniel-6:10: Hymn: "0'' 1-2 cup cold water. Partly cool
t j her home in LaBelle this week. Jesus Thou Art Standing." then add mayonnaise, and other
Hollings- M. C. Thomas and Ray Goodman Mrs. Tninatn-Chpene Salad
.nit O. Chenshaw
MI, and I She was accompanied home bj above ingredients. Season witha
10:20 the Windows to
", ',11', * :, '" ;, her daughter Mrs. Frida Drew,, Greet Friends. Welcome, Rev. C. little onion juice, salt and red
Joe last Thursday. guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. U .Ind her granddaughter Mrs, Rue V Hooker. Appointment of com- following recipe for the most delicious pepper. Pour in molds and con-
S. Hutto. Tomato-Cheese Salad we I II
sell Whldden. mittees. Recognition of visitors. geal. Serves 12.Grandmotiiermewrtoo.
vv U Walnwrlght Miss Gertrude McArthur of De- have ever tasted. Numerous requests -I
nd Ncs guests Frir Funiak Springs the week-end 10:30: Looking Backward !I hove been made that we
!le' was The Rev. and Mrs. Edwin Har- Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Brlnaon of f
)rlth{ and 1.11', N. Walnsr' guest of Miss Ruby Lilly. well of Alachua were guests Tuesday Valdosta Georgia, Mr. and Mrs Through the and Windows.Treasurer,Report Mrtt.V.of. I publish .this recipe, and here it Is: ] !
Wash- Secretary
eD rout from of the Rev. and Mrs A. E. R. V. Turner and children of St,, Ingredients are: 1 can tomato'

p).C aDO NeW York City.ntaWord Miss Elizabeth Williams\ was Lightfoot.Mrs. Augustine, Mrs. R. J. Matzat and C. Carr. soup. Do you realize that as far back
the guest Sunday of her parents, Mrs. W. A. Alvarez of Jackson- 10:40: -Polishing the Windows. 3 blocks Philadelphia cream as your Grandmother could prob-

Mr. and Mrs. Nat Williams. R. L. Kemp's friends are ville were week-end guests of Report of Young Peoples' Lender cheese. I ably remember, Wintersmlth's has

-- glad to hear that she is making 11'00.1 \ Mrs. F. B. Johns.) Mrs. Alvarez Mrs. J. P. Wyrlck. 2 tablespoons Knox plain gela- been one of the South's btst-knou-n
10st-Unlocklng: the Windows. tin. tonics<< tor Malaria and for use asa
after and Mrs. Brinson remained for a :
Mr. and Mrs. Dalton Carter of recovery an appendix
operation.Mr. Address of Divisional President, 1-2 cup cold water. General Tonic. For over 70 years,
several visit.
Lawtey were recent visitors of days'
Mrs. T. R. Leigh.11:00Hymn be !
1 cup mayonnaise militant/ of people can't wrong
,Mr .and Mrs. G. P. Parrlsh.
cows and : : "Work for the TRY bottle and for yourself!
BUV Chop fine a see
KD) TO and Mrs. Harold Gertner Mr. and Mrs. T. Frank Land- "
Market prices paid on all and baby of Gainesville rum and daughters, Idell and Night Is Coming 1-2 cup bell pepper. ''t
ODOM box 247 Mrs. Julia Eastman has returned were 11:05: -Building Windows In the 1-2 WINTERSMITH'STONIC
50 J.i.D. 331lyr.pFurnished after visiting Mr. and Mrs C. guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. C. I Martha, spent Sunday in Brooks- House Beautiful. Announ c e 1-2 cup nuts M

e, F H. Register in Lake Butler H. Nasworthy. vllle as guests of Mr. Landrum'sparents ments, Mrs. A. E. Lightfoot. Offering Small cup bottle stuffed olives.
Mr. and Mrs. J. A.
I down- Landrum, They were accom I Bring soup to boiling point, stir ,
I ENT with private Miss Edna Hutto of Jacksonville Mr.and Mrs. M. L. Lawson and 11:30: --.Opening the Windows,
apartment children of Auburndale panied home by Mr. Landrum'esister wider. address Mrs.J. !
Ice box Mrs. was the guest Sunday of her were Missionary ,
electric Mrs. "vV. A. Brooks who
and Starke itMi parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Hut- week-end guests of Mr. and Mrs. B. noatwrlght. I
| the first of the week here.
Johns to. H. A. Lawson.Mr. spent 12:15: Opening the Windows for
Mlsalontnwberrr Refreshments. Luncheon. I ,
,;, Miss Eloise Bullock, Miss Doris INSURANCEHAROLD
Plants. Good The friends of Mrs. F. B. Johns and Mrs. L. J. Johns of 1:00: -- Cleaning and Polishing I
Crews, Miss Jenelle Hutchings,
r Now Ready. G. L. will be glad to learn that she Is Jacksonville were guests Sundayof Miss Juanita Barefoot, Misses Windows. Workers Conference. I
Florida.3t improving after several days' ill Mr. Johns' parents, Mr. and 1:30: -Hymn: "I Love to Tell
b, Hawthorne Doris and Fannie Silcox, Miss ,
ness. Mrs. W. S. Johns. the Story.
to 10-6 Emmaline Morgan, Mrs. Roswell
1:35: : -Windows of Heaven. Gift
Noegel, Mrs. Marvin Hazen and
&..Za downstairs fur- Miss Kitty Hogsed spent the Mrs. S. E. Brownlee Is spendingthis Mrs A. E. Llghtfoot attended theY Presentation for Training School

d apartment Mrs. P. H. week-end in Jacksonville as the week In Gainesville with her W. A. houseparty In Jackson- Building Fund. Prayer, Rev. S. J. C. WALL AGENCY

[corner Walnu and Pratt guest of her aunt, Mrs. Kitty son-in-law and daughter, Judge ville Friday and Saturday.Mrs. Morgan..
;Lane. and Mrs. A. V. Long. 1:40-: -Colorfal Windows. Re-
t\______ port of Baptist World Alliance, Please Phone 146
I W. B. Alexander Miss
'D TO BUY '- standing Mrs. Eugene L. Matthews spent Mrs Y. A. Harris of Gainesville Rev. A. K. Lightfoot.
Also want Wilma Alexander, Mrs. A. E. McKinney ,
and lumber. the first of the week In Madison was a recent guest of her son-in- 1:50: -Through these Windows
and Mrs. J. T. Quigley
|with saw mill. Write boxe visiting Mr. and Mrs. Nat Nor- law and daughter, Congressmanand Comes Light Into Dark Places 1
attended the miscellaneous shower -
City Florida. ltpALENolth fleet. Mrs. R. A. Green. Two minute reports from Association -
given in honor of Miss Elaine I 9
I Chairmen.
side Service Wynn, bride elect, in Hampton NOW.
the Farmers'Roail3. Mrs. T. H. Slade and children, Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Alexanderand 2:00: -He Who Builds Windows .
Jffj attng: Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. M. L.
of Ga., of Mrs daughter. Miss Wilma Alex Address by State W. M. U, Presi-
Baxley, are guests
r See owner, Watterson, Mrs. L, J. Wynn, and
T. and Mrs. D. P. Carpenter ander, were visiting relatives in dent, Mrs. R. Walden.
T. Long -
II I d,Yor"full Information. Mrs. J. W Horne were the hostesses .
Waldo Sunday afternoon. 2:35: -The Extra Window
ltp at the party.
Reports of Committees. Electionof EXPERT SERVICE ON DYEING n f fI
MEN WANTED-Men or Mrs. Guy Tyner and Miss Mrs. C. W. Chalker left todayfor Ass'n. Officers. Consecration ServIces
I D. Make from $3.00 toper Amelia Sneller of Wllllston were Washington, D. C., where she New River Baptist led by the Divisional Presi- I AND TAILORING IN

I day as our distribu-' guests recently of Mrs A E. Mc- will visit her brother-in-law and Annual WMU MeetingAt dent, Mrs Townes Randolph STARKE A S YOU GET IN R

i your territory, full or Kinney. sister, Mr. and Mrs. Phillip F. Pine Grove MondayThe Leigh.
lUme, exclusive territory if Maguire.Mrs. annual meeting of the New Benediction. THE LARGER CITIES '

jSurry, over 100 percent Mrs. R. J. Tatum of Jacksonville River Association, Woman's Mis- .
I for you. $3.00 starts you was the guest of her brother- B. J. Dowling and daugh- sionary Union, of the Baptist U. D. C. Meets October 4 Bring Your Dyeing and Tailoring to Us ;

I I Write NU-BAK Labora- in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. ters. Misses Marlon: and Helen Church, will be held Monday, Oc- The W. T. Weeks Chapter,

i;' 1630 Main St., Jackson- R. J. Davis, Sunday and Thursdayof Dowling Billy DowUng, and :Miss!\ tober 2, at Pine Grove Church United Daughters of the Confederacy -

|Florida. 3t to 10-3 last week. Clara Flume 'spent Tuesday in beginning at ten o'clock in the will hold Its first meetingof -

..... Jacksonville.Mrs. morning. '( the Fall season on Wednesday, STARKE DRY CLEANERS AND '
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----f. The guest speakers\ will be: October 4, at three-thirty o'clockat LAUNDRYIn
BUY YOUR H. L. Evans, house guest Mrs. Robert Walden president of the Klngsley Lake home of I
1 of Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Lawson is the State W M. tf.:, Mrs. T. R. Mrs. J. W. Andrews, Jr. the Green: Building STARKE, FLA.
spending some time In Lake But- and 1
Leigh, divisional president; !
Fruit CakeFOR ler as the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. J, B. Boatwright, who has Sigma Chi Entertained

C. H. Register. for many years served as State Young people of the Sigma Chi

President of the W. M. U. in organization met Friday eveningat
CHRISTMAS AND THANKSGIVING Mrs. Wendell Hendricks of Atlanta South Carolina. the-home of Mr. and Mrs. V. SPECIALS AT ALEXANDER'SPart

Georgia, was the guest last Mrs. Boatwright has recently S. st. John and had a merry time ,i
week of her mother and sister visited mission fields In .
our over a "scavenger hunt, which -- -
Now :''I Mrs. Miriam Klckliter and Mills Europe and Africa and throughout extended throughout the town. At

Dorothy Klckliter. the home-land in company the close of the evening, Mrs. St. Just ReceivedA
I with Dr. and Mrs. Madry. She I.a Is John served cookies and ice
ON OUR 15-CENTS-A-WEEK CLUB PLAN. Mr. and Mrs. K. R. Struth and
witty and Interesting speaker.All cream to 20 guests. The Rev. and a.
[ OXL1 1 is; CENTS PER WEEK FOR 11 i son, James Rodney, spent the I women of the W. M. U, are Mra. Charles H. Allen also attended large shipment of Mens 1

I WEEKS ANQ 14-CENTS.THE! 12T1I WEEK week-end in DeLand as guests of .,urged to be prea n&.fi At'luncheon !this happy affair. The and Young Mcns : I

BUYS THE 5-POUND A & P FRUIT CAKE I Mrs. Struth's parents, Mr.. and time, all visitors will be guests of president of the Sigma Chi Is TROUSERSSizes
Mrs. J. II. Tatum. the Pine Grove Woman's Missionary Davis ,
CHOCK FULL OF FRUIT AND NUTS. EASY Miss ; vice-president

PAYMENTS COST NOTHING EXTRA Mr and Mrs. G. L. Patten returned Society. Richard Jackson; secretary. Miss 28 in. to 50() in. A < ,
| COSTS S1.79 Below is the program in full: Martha Mathews; treasurer, Miss j
CASH OR CLUB PLAN. to their home in Tallahassee -
I 10:00-Hymn: : "Stand up, Stand Marjorie Mathews. ALL NEWEST STYLES er ,
1 i after spending the week- -
PLACE YOUR ORDER NOW ,I promoted from the junior depart- ANI PATTERNS; h x
mother Mrs. E. E. Canova. NEAT APPEARANCE
All wool, part wool and
I 1\1\ e a n sOTTO cottons p hi '
and Mrs. G.V.. Marks and ,
& P Food Store Mr
'daughter.. MarJorie of DeLandwere F. STOCK'S Dry CleaningSee You will rind our prices M '

guest Sunday of Mrs. very reasonable becausewe

STAHKE. FLA. N. N. PREVATTlA'I": f I Murks' mother Mrs. A. M. Darby, CLAYTON STHICKI..ANU bought before the advance t,
C. W. Chnlker. '
and Mrs.
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Mr. and Mr Milton Brownlee d

NAT SEZ: I and daughter. Catherine, of Gain-I Boys School Pants Men's Dress Pant !

esville will spend the weekendhere Sizes 10 to 18 wool T +
loft times Hit and wonder If we'll with Mr. Brownlee' parents, Tip lop Grocery
t I 98c and $1.25 $2.59 to $2.95 ft
ever utfiiiu K" back to the good; Mr. nnd Mrs. J. M. Brownlee. I -
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old days when human being
r could gather around a table and I Friends of J. C. Manning will : Men's Work Pants Mens Semi-Dress i'

'a e nip their schooner of beer, without regret to learn that he is confined AND MARKET 98c to $1.25 I Pants $1.95
talking about war. I this week to St. Vincent'sHospital i,
A good singer then wo more In Jacksonville where Tues he STARKE, FLA. I Mens Dress Pants French Serge Pants
underwent an eye operation
popular than a flgftter. day. BEST 11111TH Goon All wool I :.tO to 50 All wool

;.. a Nowadays war or If stealing you're not Homebody's starting: -*" BACON ONIONS $3.95 to $5.00 $5.00 to $6.50 k'

Mrs. L. S. Hutto secretary of .._-_- --
country you are out of style. the Woodman Circle, requests that 3 Pounds

If you just want to sing and have. all Woodman Circle members and lOc lOc CLOTHINGBOYS

a good time you're a sl..y.l members of the Woodman Juniors

E Peter's have remittance dues to her must by October be made first at, ENJOY SOME OF OUR LOW PRICES DRESS SUITS $3.95 to $5.95 x,

SHOES FOR that time. Red ToKay Grapes 3 Ibs. 20c Sizes 8 to 18 1

ci MEN Mrs. B. P. Smith, Mrs. Mar- New and up-to-date Three and Four Piece

All Leather, Smart garet Redding and Clyde*Redding, GULDEN ICERERG IIEAI) MENS SUITS $10.95, $12.50 and $16.50 ;, ,
all of Daytona Beach, were guestsof t
Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Davis Saturday )
$2.25 $2.69, $2.98International Mrs. Smith Is Mr. Davis 4 Pounds I 2 Mead. I t 4
grandmother. 15c 15c A Complete Line of

"'d, of I ..... ...., D.I.. $1.0.. Made To Measure and Mr.daughter and Mrs., W.Fredricka L. Edward., and Cobbler Potatoes 10 Ibs.25c ,. "., ,4 Cotton MENS, Part AND Wool BOYS and All 1 A

t .. ."othtMOUGLHS, e.I., T6ty SUITS Mrs. Frank Bauknight and daughter WoolSWEATERS

D.,6. 6.e.ae, .k., Iwoo, th.? All Wool Materials Jane Merrill, all of Jackson- ('OUNTRY.ROLL nnOOKFIEI..O

'e, ,cl, .....1 doll, (lOf doG High Class Tailoring i ville were dinner guests Wednesday BUTTER CHEESE ,j// ANDJACKETS
'.lot.a AT.Iu. night of Mr. and Mrs. W. H.
Pound Pound
$25.00 up Struth. Mr. Struth celebrated
his 79th birthday anniversary at 25c 19c

Mark Twain this time.

Shirts For Men Friends of Miss Abbie-Harley Swift Jewel Lard, lb. - -I Oc t Buy Prices Now While low

Made by The :Makers will be glad to learn that she has are

of Tom Sawyer Shirts returned from St. Augustine SLICED No. 2 Size Can
For Boys where she was confined to the PINEAPPLE -- -

$1.65 Flagler operation.Hospital following Mls. Harley appendix No.2 Can TOMATOES TRADE AT ALEXANDER'S & SAVE "

Mrs.O. 12'/c' 6c -
was accompanied home by rape
Prices Advancing I J. Griffin and Owen Griffin

Do Your Buying who spent the week-end here 8.1 Guaranteed Self Rising I
I guests of Mrs. E. L. Bigg I

"ST KNOWN SHOES Priced Early At \I Woman's Those Association attending the houseparty!Young I FLOUR i. S9cGALlAS'

IT PAYS TO BUY AT t at Woodlawn Baptist Church In t

Jacksonville Friday and Saturday -I C00K1\G 110.11E MADE I

were Mrs. A. E. Ugh tfoot. OIL 75c LARD, Can $3.95ilhLE.thI'AST 4 -
Mrs. Marvin F U..z..n.. Ruby 811c h rxSTtRKL

.,- f>''Irill> rtJiMnita Hai-' : 'URlU.\ found I

f ,,,' clone: : n' '' Kirrv iii< BACON Lb. 25cl! PORK CHOPS 18c FLA. II. E. \TFIELD, Mgr 1 it ;
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-- : Plans for establishing a demonstration :I Tallahassee-One of Governor many deer have been killed JUDGMENT: UPHELD INUI \ v" ,,.,
FOR THEHOUSEHOLD I Tallahassee, The Florida Su- il'.tRP
HINTS farm forestry project in Fred P. Core's first comments by motorists driving along the !Ihtnllton I t

COMMON SENSE. . I Florida were formulated at the i iI upon returning to his office, after Ocala-Daytona Beach highway preme Court affirmed today a susj! an
week of the strenuous trip through the Ocala National Game Circuit Court Jury's action in ed ,dual
| meeting here last resting up from a a c I '
l r, COTTON IS DESIRABLE SCHOOL SHOES 'I State Land-Use Planning Com- I to New York in celebration of Refuge during recent months the I awarding $10,721 damages to Week. tc" ,, ''nobi

1 IN PRESENT SITUATION Imlttee.i The project in which Florida Week was to remark U. 0. Forest Service is determined Inez Lawlor whose husband was bullet h>1 H,. 'Mrl
shoes and hose automobile accidentat
Properly fitted endeavors will be made to exempt-; that he had received reports to put a stop to the running killed In an Visitor, w" I p0ry

;, d When war breaks loose things are essential to comfort and I I llfy the very best practices in that the Unemployment Compen- down of the animals.At Miami December 27, 1936. Mrs. Ga., told 11.',, g

, have a tendency to go wild for a health. Feet especially when 1\11 I handling a farm forest will be a sation Division had passed the two the office of the district Lawlor was injured in the collision bad opened!! h', hr kof
following the growing are easily injured by \ of her automobile and that a he
while. Immediately cooperative one between federal, million dollar mark in the pay- ranger in the federal building it wife dray,. PI', ear
( outbreak, housewives fitted or badly shaped shoes or I of Walter J. Merrill, defendant in I" 8erv
It) most recent all
I and state agencies. ment of "Jobless was stated that cars have been Lumbertot, x f '
rushed In to lay in supplies of by stockings that are too small the damage suit.INJURED "
Gunn. of the first million toll of 6 deer a month. ago. Mr "vel'aJ
were C. D. coordinator Disbursement of the taking a *?'?,?,t
groceries and prices or too large. -- -----
staple Service who reached The down of the deer jury. Th. atop
fact Soil Conservation dollars in benefits was running I" ,
noon advancing, despite Select shoes for school wear sald
that presented the report on the pro- July 26 about five and a half has been expensive for the car derstood I u t ,"..1, ,,,
evidence Thousands of miles 'os
1 that there is every I that will give the greatest comfort Plant City,- bad
G food supplies in the nation are and freedom. Healthful posal, says that In addition to months after Governor Cone per- owners, too. 'According to a from the nearest battlefield 14- rested i,, '" 'v, fattalu1e
i t needs and for SCS the Farm Security Administration sonally presented on February 1, check made by the ranger's office, ported (tha In, ('o
ample for our own shoes are characterized by the year-old Julian Yates lost a hand
trl J
Extension Service and the first check Issued by the division the cost for damage to machines he thought I h,. Indian
export. following: straight Inner line; and his sister Agle, 16 was slightly "'a
Experiment Station, state and I to Thomas M. Lllliaton, an has averaged about $21, and one over, and otl! the,
Florida citrus growers, at least broad low heel; broad and long Injured recently by the explosion 'tailor '
federal forest services and the unemployed engineer of Carabelle.The motorist had a repair bill amount-' ceed.
cif. of them, believe that prices enough to avoid cramping; roomy of a 37-millimeter shell. The
University of Florida School of' large majority of benefit ing to $140 as a result of havinghit -
for this crop will be considerablybetter enough: to allow the foot to shell, which the youth found two -.-
will participate In managing made to unem- a deer.
Forestry payments were
this season because of the spread while walking. weeks ago on the Winston firing (U'ESTlOjSSUII;
the undertaking. A tenta- and women living in :
ployed men Signs are to be erected on the
Tobacco and cotton grow- used for artillery practiceby Deach
war i Dark oxfords of black or brown range The j
in tive site. has been selected. Florida and every county in the highway at the east and west en- q'
that prices National Guard Units frequently
era are hopeful all-leather are suitable for school the exploded asked by
nl their fields will be boosted al o. and sports wear. A shoe that la Plans are being considered for state has shared in them. A com- trance to the game refuge. The as he hit it against a post.Most Do coconut "ve i fan toUll'

But the evidence seems to indicate suitably chosen, well fitted clean- establishing a forestry farming paratively small amount has been signs are to be in color and will of young Yates' hand was heads! ?" wn-. settled on todj
records demonstration project also, In paid to workers now residing in be illustrated with the figure of a Mrs.
caution. The ed and polished, and has a blown off and both he and his :Myra Mizzeli A
fell which forest products will be theprincipal other states but who previouslyhad running deer. Reflecting buttons 14 clu
Dhow that tobacco prices straight heel contributes to the sister were struck by flying frag- coconuts fell 3n tar
markedly for the first three yearsof attractiveness of a costume. It crop, while In farm established credits In Florida. will be used so that the signs ments of the shell. she walked beneath! b I

the World War. Cotton was Is economical as well as healthful forestry the woodlot l la just an August was the peak month In: can be read at night. ---- 1 in front of "" home a pal

of the lowest in 1914 it has ever to have two pairs of school shoes, adjunct of the farm. payments when over $500,000 was "Warning! Deer on road" TO ASK FOR LATE HOLIDAY ous and uff.i ng a spralnta to i

l r been. Boom prices came near the wearing each pair on alternate The committee selected Columbia distributed among the eligible unemployed -I motorists will be told by the West Palm Beach,-West Palm and bruised knee she J
of the state. Was
end of the war, and following the days. By this means each pair of County for a unified Ian3-use Governor Cone* also answered signs. Beach merchants are preparing to under the ""ar"" ,>f a phi)|

war. shoes may be aired, dried, and program set-up. Project LeaderC. : join with others in Tampa, Or- Members ot he family ,
; Secretary Wallace of the United reshaped between wearings. M. Hampson, of the Extension the criticism that unemployed I TITUSVILLE WILL HAVE :lando, Jacksonville and Miami In believed shi *',asless hi
workers did not want jobs as long ten
States Department of Agriculture Stockings or socks of correct Service, said that he will meet benefits SPECIALTY MARKET FOR a move to ask Governor Cone to injured by mluster, thjl
aa they could receive
il has appealed to farmers throughout size are important. Well fitted with the county committee in the the FARM WOMEN'S PRODUCTS change his mind and proclaim single nut had struck her!
when he stated "Records of
the country to proceed as hose permit freedom without near future and the group will en- Service show that, Brevard County home demon- Nov. 23, the date set by Presi- solid blow by ,me coconut[

k though there had been no Europ- holes deavor to lay out a program Employment stration women plan to operate a dent Roosevelt, for the official have fractured her
If skull
wrinkles. appear quicklyIn more than 43 cent of their: !
i4 can outbreak. He advises aglnat the socks which will assure the ,very best per handicraft and specialty marketin observance of Thanksgiving In said whereas ihose In
( the toe, stockings or of workers who the i
placements are
plunging, and says that under the are too short, or If wrinkle Im- possible utilization of every acre 'Jobless Benefits.." Tituavllle this winter, reports Florida. Governor Cone previ- buffed each other
are entitled to
i existing set-up provision is made left the foot of land in the county. All agri- Mrs. Eunice F. Gay home demonstration ously bad said he would proclaimthe
prints are on they "The people of Florida want -
for the production of ample sups cultural agencies represented In agent. They are check- usual date, the last Thursdayin
Lisle mercerized "
are too long. or the
work not benefits or relief, YACHT1SITS
plies. If the war is long-drawn- cotton hose are serviceable, economical the county, as well as farmers Ing their pantries and craft November. The merchants U.C
out and it seems a year from now Governor concluded. for available articles to MiamiPassengers ant
and suitable for school and farm women will participate.An division of the chamber of commerce of the
that increased production la advisable sell and other private
The popular "cotton mesh"' executive committee was are preparing decided recently that the
plans for increasing can wear. i EVER WONDER articles not now in hand. Southern Cross arrived la
hose attractive also and often chosen by the land-use committee earlier date would be more favor-

l be made at that time. fit smoother are and hold their shape before It adjourned at noon last WHY THE COW The Tituavllle club has sponsored able for Christmas,shopping1. excitement recently still of nervous fro
For the present, however, caution rescuing r..
i : Friday. In addition to Dr. Wil- market .
a project for the
better than the plain knitted ones. past .
+ of wis vivors from the
r to be the part seteamerAt
il picnic wild Ankle hose are appropriate for mon Newell, director of extension year, and has finally obtained TO GIVE AIR TRAINING sunk off Great Brltian
dom. Neither' nor Sep'
; lr sport or school wear by the and chairman of the committee, WPA approval for erection of a Winter Park, When Rollins 3. The owner' Alexis
Is justified. Animals which swallow their W
y plunging girl or boy. this group is composed of Miss building. Men's organizationshave College students begin their flight
younger Gren, remained
food afterwards at bit
first and chew It
'C' Mary E, Keown, state home dem- lent hand
a also Mrs. Gay training early next month under
ANNUAL 4-JI PIG SHOW Shoes and hose, possibly more are called "ruminants." A cow is home on Hog Island. the
onstration and Dan Howellof
agent ,
says. the government's civilian pilot
SET FOR TALLAHASSEE than any other wardrobe Item, a ruminant. Among other rumi- mas, but Mrs. Wenner-
Olustee Butch of
and Landis
f WEEK OF NOVEMBER 8 Influence the physical and mental nants may be listed sheep, goats, training program, one of their her sister, Mrs, Gene Gi;
,' farmers. Typewriter ribbons, carbon certified instructors! will be Wil-
health of an individual. Choose! aboard
camel, llamas deer, giraffes, and were when the
Florida 4-H club boys will drive the shoes and hose for school antelopes.The paper, second sheets adding son L. Mills!, who holds the touched at its first Ameri

out their best fat barrows and wear with particular care as they FEDERAL PLANNING SOIL EVERGLADES SERVICE fact that these animals bolt machine paper at Bradford Coun- world's record for airline distance on the voyage from Sweden.

breeding pigs at the 1939 State are to be worn constantly for a CONSERVATION EFFORTS their food without stopping to In a light airplane carryinga women described their hat:

4-H Pig Club Show which Is to be long period of time... chew it Is thought to be a survivalof swallow goes directly to the first passenger. Mills set the recordin experiences when tbe So

held In connection with the Leon a situation with which their stomach called the "rumen," 1936 when aa a student at Rol- Cross arrived eight noun
Plans for the conservation of
.' County Fair In Tallahassee No- ENROLLMENT IN COLLEGEOF Florida's of fertile remote ancestors were confronted where it is moistened and goes on lins he made a nonstop flight the Athenla was torpedoed t
biggest area
vember 8-11. AGRICULTURE IS 143; mucks soil-in the Evergladeswill thousands of years ago. Being, in to the "reticulum" or honeycomb, from Miami to_ Winston Salem, hundreds of survivors hel|

g R. W. Ulacklock state boy's SOILS, CHEMISTRY LEAD be drawn 29 at the main, rather defenseless, the so called because it has pocket- N. C. Rollins College was among; foundering in !the Heavy

club agent with the Agricultural the in Gainesville September the ruminants In those very early like depressions in the walls. the first 160 colleges and universities ,Those rescued by the yacht
Extension Service gays the Leon Enrollment in the University of Soil Conservation Service of the days had to be extremely alert to There the food is made into little I in the country to be approvedby were transferred Ie< other '

1 !. County Fair Association is guar- Florida College of Agriculture for U. S. of avoid encounters with the fiercer, 1. balls or cuds. the Civil Aeronautics Author- that! arrived the next dayTRAIX ,
anteeing $200 in prize money, and the 1939-40 scholastic year now and the Florida Experiment Sta- meat-eating beasts, such as lions By a muscular effort called re- ity for participation in the pilot

that Nathan Mayo, commissioner totals Hi, Dean H. Harold Hume .I and tigers.To gurgitation ((which is the oppo- training program which will be !SCHTDtXEJ
tion. The session!! has been called
of agriculture has offered a free announced today This is ah Increase avoid exposing themselvestoo site of swallowing) these cuds are extended to over 300 institutions! Following t is the ached
C. D. Gunn SCS state
F trip to the National Club Con- of more than 20 over the by coordinator long to possible hostile observation returned to the ruminant's mouth and will train 11,000 pilots within trains arriving here dally!

gress and International Liye 1938-39 enrollment.In they would stay as shorta for chewing. the next nine months. Trainingof Ject to change without not J

Stock Show In Chicago to the addition to this enrollment of "We plan to get at that 'time a time as possible in the open When the food is again swal- Rollins College students In Southbound Due

1 boy showing grand champion barrow juniors and seniors, there are definite understanding and'agree-\ ; meadows where the grass was lowed, It passes through a groovein ground subjects will start October No. 1 (local)) 10,33

l under rules promulgated by about as many special and General ment as to problems methods and abundant swallowing their foodin the upper surface of the retlc- 3 and actual flight training of 35: No. 107 (througr.Northbound 9,21

the Extension: Service. College students taking courses procedure," Gunn said today great haste BO as to be free to ulum tot h e "psalterium" to 50 hours per student will be Due

County Agent K. S. McMulIen under College of Agriculture professors "The Everglades has' been a tremendous hurry back to the concealment of through which It filters to the started approximately two weeks No.2 (local' 6,15No
Tallahassee, is to be in charge of Dr. Hume said. All students profblem ver since {lit the woods and thickets where "abomasum," or true stomach, later. 108 (through 6:1&: &

all arrangements for the 4-H I are enrolled In the General was drained, because of the fact
they could chew In peace. where it is digested. It Is thiscompllC'ated
show this year. Blacklock says I College for their first two years, that the peat and muck soils be-;I This delayed chewing Is made stomach system

,? He Is expecting a large entry list but they may take courses in the ing highly organic in nature will possible by the fact that (with which makes it possible for the FUNERAL DIRECTOR
from 15 20 counties. burn readily or even subside My Years Possible for :Me to Rood
or College of Agriculture or other the exception of the camel, which cow and the other ruminants to Many. Experience Slakes It
colleges of the University before through natural oxidation. Water EFFICIENT. PROMPT! and COURTEOUS SEft11CEMODERATE
BUS SCHEDULE has no third stomache) ruminants swallow grass whole as fast as

North Bound they become juniors and seniors. control Is of extreme importancein have four stomachs or rather a they bite It off, returning it in the PRICES

Courses In which professors retaining these fertile soils complicated stomach having four form of DeWITT C. JONES
Leave Starke: 2:45: a. m., 12:35: cuds at a more conven-
and precentlng them from
lh 1:50 S 6:15p. and equipment have been taxed to being compartments or divisions. ient time for a leisurely and Starke, Florida
p. m., : p. m., p. m. lost to the state and its farmers."
accommodate heavily increased As they graze, the food they peaceful chew. W. P.
t m., 10:15: p. m.Soutti enrollment include agricultural The work is being done under I Keasbey.

Bound chemistry, with 182 students and an appropriation by Congress of
Leave Starke: 2:20: a. m., 10:20a. :
,soils with 118 students These $73.000 for erosion control in the
mv 2:20: p. m. 3:20: () p. m. which
Everglades was to bet
courses are taught by Dr. A, P.
Vest Bound to Tallahassee
Black, head of the, department of matched by state funds. The
i Leave Starke: 0:33: p. m. arrive 1939 Florida Legislature '
t agricultural chemistry and Dr. appropriated
Starke 12:35: p. m.
Frederick D. Smith, head of the $75,000 and established the
For free pick-up service (within a v'
Everglades Fire Control Board.
'department of soils. Laboratories *
city limits) phone Lacy Conway -
which Is already organized and
of both departments have been
agent. operating C. K. Davis has been I '
Improved and expanded, but pro- 1's:
assigned by the Soil Conservation
CeBsorii\ found ,It necessary to I
81,209 MALARIA divide the courses into several Service as project manager, and ;
sections in order to accommodateall has established headquarters

lasers reported In the U. S. lit 1938! the students. the Everglades Experiment' Station i
A in Belle Glade. ] Ic(
Don't r r
Delay 6 Rubber stamps stapling machines A group of four regional SCS ; '

r'' a START TODAY with U U at the Bradford County Tele- technicians has spent most of 0

666 Checks Malaria in 7 days. graph. this week In the Everglades with k '

Davis, and will attend the Gaines ;

INSURE WITH ville conference Friday. They are

R. Y. Bailey, chief of the regional 1 # ,

JOHNS & WAINWRIGHT agronomy division, Glenn L. t aL

Fuller, chief of physical surveys,

FIRE LIFE AUTO LIABILITY BONDS A. Carnes, chief of engineering 4: I Is

and M. W. chief of
Lowry, pro
i ject planning all of Spartanburg

S. C.

They will be joined in Gaines- + ,

BOREE FUNERAL HOME ville by R. M. Rosa assistant ,

regional conservator Mr. Gunn 't'tarnu
t;% Full line of Caskets & Undertakers SuppUe and Dr Wllmon Newell and Dr. 25c <, r
r 1.)11/) + .',
R. V.
I DAY AND NIGHT Allison of the Experiment Ila1 t
Station. ? 11111,1 Si.
134 PHONE134 t"r

-Q. II. BENNETT 1\"* '. "Under the present arrange "" \,...;
s "A HOMELIKE INSTITUTION" ment. the Everglades Fire Control tR." .
I Iv
Board will endeavor to control ; s \ ?

_ fires! in the Glades! while the federal -( ) ,

conservation forces will devote .-| .
their energies to efforts to'' "

: n Screw Worm Trouble? prevent fires" Gunn said. "The,'
federal appropriation was for research 1' No place like home for
: and demonstration work Ini r

i Treat Stock in One Application toll conservation control y- ;,',

_ Including research and demonstration I the that
BARRY'S work in fire / pause refreshesThat

Irrigation construction work to I

Screw Worm Killer and eliminate fire hazards." /
Fly Repellant day of rest at home is a welcome pause from

6 KILLS INSTANTLY! KEEPS FLIES AWAY! NEUTRALIZE ,I hurry and worry. Make it perfect with ice-coU

Sold Under Money-Back Guarantee' EXCESS STOMACH ACID' V bottles of Coca-Cola for the pause that refreshes.Put

By All Good Drug Stores, Feed Storesor gas Acid and stomach indigestion causes You can' the handy 81ac-bottle carton on your shopping l Ust.

General Stores neutralize this acid quickly by .
aklng: a spoonful of BUma-Rex1 rin I

6 Oz. Size Pints Gallons a glass of water after every STARKE COCA COLA BOTTLING CO.PAGE

35c 65c neal It is delicious tasting. .

$3.50 Buy a bottle of 50 doses for :sac Y

P, oday:: at the Rexall Drug Store r

d. 1 rarpenter's: Drug Store in Starke. sac


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29, 1939 l

,;i: CHURCH!; DIRECTORY & NOTES !, get every Sunday morning at 10 !i Mr. and Mrs. It H Lewis Sun r weather? Urges PublicationOf

.1 o'clock: we are looking for you.l.ot"al day. Local IU'I..8
Item Mr and Mrs. Leon Conner and A slight mix-up has caused Land SalesA

"1 U'fISTSo MKTHODISTHer. I PRESBYTERIAN EPISCOPAL CHRISTIAN Mr. ana Mrs. Barfield from children were visiting Mrs. Con- quite a little confusion in our
1 : 1.1'1' Frank Robinson Rev. Chas H. Allen, Rev. Fred Terke Jr Montlcelo were visiting old friends ner's parents Mr. and Mrs. Walter very progressive school cafeteria request that notices of Bales '
pastor Hev S V. '
f.torHr E. K. Perryman, Pastor Sunday Rector School Supt.l I Pastor Juhn here last week While here they Clemens Sunday. this week. Everyone hopes this of lands reverting to the State

",Fed Hen. Superintendentof Organist Miss Ella J Saue Sunday School Supt had supper with Mr. and Mrs. L. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Normanand will be Ironed out in the near fu- under the Act be
hlRI,7j Church !School! !OX,.. E. M. Dart Orran.at Mrs Ira WlUon A Brown. of ture and our cafeteria will continue Murphy adver-
baby Plant
d., Church School Mrs, City spent
Jnme Sunday School
School Carltale taxed In State
_. A Fe MIn' 10 A. M.Morninsr Roy.tathewaCburch Supt. Service 10 o'clock You can talk about a swell va- Friday night with Mr. and Mrs. to lead all others in Us line newspapers wan
rIt:\ Worship Worship Service of duty. made by Harold Colee president
II ,. Service, 11 A. M. School Sunday School Every 3rd cation but Resale Colson says its Walter Underhill
1 1.I .1 a lit glala, VIn' //J Evening Worship 10 A. M.Morning 10 A. M. 11 o'olocK Sunday a. m. to be had in Athens and Atlanta Mrs. Gruner Thomas and child Mrs. R. A. Griffis has been of the Florida State Chamber of ,'
1v Serve", Service. 8'00 P. M. Worship Sunday __ 11 A M. 8 00 o'clock p: m. visiting friends and relatives in m
Georgia, where he spent last week.
Young Pel*' 11 A. M. Friday __ 1:00: P. M Prayer Meeting ren of LaCrosse were visiting Mr Commerce, in communications received -
..Id : rt 3ieettln.t League Meetings Sigma Chi 7:00: p. m. Holy Day.l A. M. Wednesday Night Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Colson haveas and Mrs. E. C. Lewis Saturday. Jacksonville for the past week. last week by Governor
1:00: P. M. 8:00 o'clock their guests this week his Mrs. M. R. Jones has returned Fred P. Cone and several mem-
Prayer M..ttnfWednesday. from this
.:! pantrtpons Many community attended home after short visit with her
< enuvau T:10: P.M. brother and sister-in-law. Mr and a bers of his Cabinet.
; church at Union
) Dlretor Mrs. F. M. Long. MISSION HALL GOSPEL TAB. CIIVHCII OF CIIH1ST Mra. M. Colson of Texas. ,: Sunday. daughter In Tallahassee.
Ipto poweUCbl1r"'ln Organist I Mr. Bert Shaw returned to his Colee said he advocated this
R.J Sponsors: The Ladles' Aid held their regu
I D. Sponsored by Harry Pickup, Mr. and Mrs. Sanford Rltch because he understood it had beensuggested '
Mrs. Jeannette Mr. and Mr*. Mr. and Mr*. Pastor home Friday after spending a lar meeting at the home of Mrs.
Delell" Choir DIrector the
Klncald. were week-end guests of Mr.
toel of J. T. that such notices of
V Klckllto.Cbl1rmr.n J. T. Quieter Quigley Bible Study S p I and Mrs. L. A. Brown. while in Jacksonville visiting his H. c,. Kelly Tuesday afternoon.The .
Bible Study, each I Uvangellatlo Service Sermon' and The children.Mr. sales be "advertlsed" by posting '
s lira.. E K. Perryman, each Rev. C. Patrick returnedto
of Trutoo. Assistant Organist Tuesday evening 8:00: day Friday and Sun. Lord Supper 4 p. m'l I Miss Phyllis Hazen and Douglas on the bulletin boards of the 67
G. Powell evening:00 evry Sunday and Mrs.' Bishop Thomasof his home after a business con
Hazen and Mrs. S. M. Baird were county court houses In the State.
.r. ,
-- -- -- La Cross spent the week-end ference In Birmingham, Ala., last
the dinner guests of Miss Leu- "Such posting," Colee declared r''
with Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Conner. week.
MISSION HALL ANDTABERNACLE 'bedla Pin "would fall to '
holster Sunday. contact a sufficiently
,:' -ob METHODISTCHURCH Mr. Mr and Mrs. J. L Harrlell Jr., -
Jones : Jessie Morgan and Miss
1 Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hazen had large number of citizens interested -
Thelma have made their residence per
Mann of Glen
9 NOTES as their guests over the weekendher Springswere : in the final disposition of

.9.n" The regular weekly Bible study sister Mrs. F:. Williams of quietly married September manent here : these lands. I therefore strongly

.nto.np I, meal's On HereHereafter was held at the Mission Hall last Worship services were conducted St. Augustine. 17 and will make their home in Miss Mary Edwards was visit- ,urge every effort possible be taken -

Tuesday night. In of this community. ing her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W.
spite the at the First Methodist! Churchon i ig- -- to see this matter Is handled
toh Inclement weather there were Sunday by the pastor the RISINGBy Mr. H. It. Lewis was visitingMr. hi. Edwards this week-end. Miss In the more satisfactory and usual -

L the t mestant, churchesunite several there to enjoy the serv- Rev Frank Robinson. Assisting Mra. II.' II. Lewis Green Newsomo Friday, who Edwards Is employed as a stenog- manner of advertising in the

J then this great Pro- ice. A profusion of fall flowers in the service was Mrs! F. H Is very 111 at his home near rapher with a well establishedfirm legal columns of our fine Florida! c
will meet with the added to the beauty of the Starke. In Jacksonville '
it t church serv- Long rendering special selections This community was deeply dally and weekly newspapers."The .
P Catholic hurch, and unite. ice. Mrs. Murphy who has been on the organ and playing for the saddened Misses Mildred and Irene Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Shuford newspapers of our State
s this great body could away most of the summer was Thursday afternoon by Thomas of were visiting friends and rela- "
LaCrosse visiting
were have
oily I congregational singing. Mrs, E. and continue to play a
Cathodeh.nd back In her the death of J. C. Norman near tives here over the week-end.
1 the Roman place. K. Misses Vera Lee and Irene
.with Perryman and Mrs. I.,. D most definite and prominent part
work out a plan for The study was based on a por- Wainwright, Jr., sang in a most! Starke aa he lived In our com- Sunday.Mr. Mr. Sidney Shuford was visiting in the upbuilding, progress and )
This munity for many years and prov- his parents this week-end.' Sid-
I 'd' Christian Church. tion of the tenth chapter of John satisfactory way a duet. The and Mrs. Russell Carter and prosperity of Florida. In my
of ed a noble friend and neighborand ney is also employed In Jackson-
3" itatemem/ tf a minister and the 82nd Psalm. evening service was in charge of children of Hellbronn were visit- opinion the State should recog-

ospd who ias the reputation There has been a tendency today the Intermediate League. Those was always loyal to his ing Mr. and Mrs. Bert Shaw ville.My nize this fact and In turn, should
rell- church. His family has our how this war scare brings
In his "
,nf a modernist to declare that Christ madeno taking part in the evening serv- Sunday.Mrs. assist the newspapers in every '
in their hoursof
J deepest sympathy our fighting Marines home. But
views personal claims to Deity in ice were Patsy Keen, Presidentof David Paulk and little way possible.: "
. sorrow. It's only for a short while. Lamar
wide evangelistic exper- some circles. Yet the whole the Intermediate Department, Letters In '
my Mrs. Mae Miller of St t Petersburg daughter Fay of Jacksonville were Smith who was one of the out urging their support y,
covering a period of years Gospel of John centers around Duddy Davis!, Leonard Smith, Jr., visiting her parents Mr. and Mis. the matter were received by Governor t
standing Marines In active serviceIn
spent the week-end with her
It observed that the men that theme. There was no doubtin Virginia Sewell, Arlene Dew, Walter Underbill.LAWTEY. Cone, Attorney General
uncle, Mr. L. A. Miller. China la visiting his parents.
talk most about organicof the minds of the Phariseesand Mike Dew, Steve Weldon, Ida -. Mr. Smith la George Cooper Gibbs; State s !

Ihe churches are strongly Sudduccees on that score. Lulu Davis, Freddie Wlmberly, Mr. Lucian Conner spent Sat very popular Treasurer W. V. Knott Commissioner w '
throughout this entire section.S. .
emetic In their religious posl- They took up stones to stone Grace Dew, Charles Pender. Mrs urday night with Mr. Woodrow of Agriculture Nathan
I William Bill Plununer D. who haa
By ( ) Harley seen service -
It Ian a big world churchIt Jesus because they said He blas- E. K. Perryman playing the or- I Thomas of LaCrosse.Mr. in the Panama Canal Zone Mayo, and State Comptroller J,

It is a Spirit-filled, phemed making Himself equal gan and the pastor making a |! and Mrs. Earven McRae of Rains Halt Work and the Navy Yard In BrooklynIs M. Leo 4h

ly-anotntecl separate church with God. short Introductory talk This seiv- Waldo spent. the week-end with
Steady rains have hampered also visiting parents here. Mr.
[ needs in this world. In Ice on'' :Mr. and Mrs. Walter Underhill.
God part progress on the loading platform Harley and his wife will reside' In EXPERT i'
arty days >f the Christian Christians to the part of the Intermediate Miss Ruth Lewis of Jacksonville
realize the full im : but weather conditions should be- St. Augustine where h& Is em-
,jien the -hurch was small port'of League and I 'was visiting her mother, Mrs. SAW FILING
this great truth that a brief resume of th'ej' come more settled' next week and i ployed.

Spirit-filled it had power. makes them so susceptible to the years activities was ]Bert Shaw Sunday. work will be resumed Immedi --+-- -M...-- Lawn Mower Sharpeningand

neve, emphasized bigness.When blandishments of the world They president. Mrs. Frank Robinson, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Thomas and I ately. We have contended with Zipplta- the brief case with a Repairing t'

Emphasized quality. In give assent to it as a theological Is the counselor for this group of I children Elzabeth, Jessie, and everything else in obtaining this zipper. fastener at the Bradford C. II. JENKINS
burch became dogma but It has no vital mean- Intermediates. 'Rebecca of LaCrosse were visiting project, so why kick on the I County Telegraph. I i

,) irldly way it lost Its power. Ing in their lives. We need todayto -- I
ago the organized The services on next Sunday
years recapture the full significance -
b had great Influence but It morning will be conducted by the .i

'( had power for many a day. of"God this was great mystery manifested of godliness In the pastor The hour will be devotedto THEGOOD WORD '

) r Christianity the last few has years largely organ-lost flesh"tians is All centered the activity on the of buildingup Chris- Rally the Day annual and Church observance School of : [[WHAT'S fOR 407 < '

i, ifluence [tt I sacrificed power the particular organization of Day. This service will follow I I' i

ifluence Now It is shorn the regular Church School serv- +
which y yAil
they are a pait They I
ice and the following will take
, wee and mflunce. too. If In the able
glory they are
i :volt loses Its savor it Is fit part on the program; Judge E. K Ail ,
to secure for their group. The
be cast out and Perryman, General Superintendent
ithlng but to winning I
empasis should be placed on '
of the Church School Mrs.
en i under foot of men. The ;
them to Christ who alone is
( I'i
h that at one time had great I). P Carpenter, Superintendentof i
save. i
ence In Russia has been the Adult Division, and Mr. W
TAHEKNACLK: I P. Smith representing the Adult
pled under the foot of man. )
ilastlclsm Is being trampl- Last Friday night there was a Division; Mrs. W. B. Sewell Superintendent /

nder foot In many countriese very fine group of children that of the Young People's ,

world today. It Is not a came over from the First Baptist Division and Virginia Sewell reciting 'S

!church we need. The world Church of Green Cove Springs. of a poem, Frank Robinson ": II

|i the hurch: of Jesus Christ, which Rev. Emil Gilman Is the III reading the Scripture, Mrs: E.I' F I4' t ti.L

I ifllleo md set apart for theof pastor. Their testimonies and K. Perryman Superintendent of I

proclaiming the Gospel' to chorus singing was inspiring and the Children Division and a1) rG

ends >t rhi' eurth. helpful. It Is refreshing to see group of children from the Child- r

young people surrendered to the rens Division singing a special ,

ere i III a very remarkable plcIn Lord and separated from the KonThe Choir will render a )

the Book of Revelation. I world Instead of hearing the non- special anthem accompanied by

B a picture of Jesus knocking'e sensical chatter that comprises Mrs. F. H Long nt the organ.

duos >t the human heart the conversation of the average Tlie pastor will conduct the installation

Haying 'It( any man will open young person. and consecration serv- Ifor

idoor > will come In to him There will be services at the Ice the C'hurth School officers I ,

with him and Sun- and teachers A most' cordial Invitation ".,
up and he with Tabernacle next Friday I
to Interested In :
Jesus had been shut out of day nights. All the young peo- everyone ; a
the Church and Church School Is ;
"Tganlzeo church so He comes ple are requested to come to the '

he individual and 'offers to Tabernacle at 7:00: P. M. Friday extended for this service. Come 1
I Ia Iy
and with at and r
the nears of the individual. for practice. worship us any

ii In our day has largely -.-_. all of our services. A hearty a
welcome will be given by a
hut out of the ecclesiastical PINE LEVELBy you
'e. friendly group of people. >
to He is ro
now indl-
!Mrs. II. :M. MeKne I lUlti l li Rho
*. He is not using to any The evening service will not beheld (MM

: extent ecclesiastical m ch-. Mr. and Mrs. K J. :McRae of on this Sunday on account of 1/r R '1iy

He Is using men and wom- Waldo were visiting relatives here 'I the revival services beginning In I '

Is Individuals in this day. We' Sunday. the Baptist Church. Everyone: Is Ar ,

much about a social Gospel Elder J. T. Barnes of Rising urged to attend this meeting and t

worlil achievements and mass : wan visiting J L. Underhill our Church gladly relenquUhes t I
this service In order that } < ; t tr
mems, out it Is significant' Monday and was a dinner guest evening t
Cod Is all our folks may attend the 10
taking a man here
up i of H. M. McRae. >O utAnP.IGI1T ,
soothe) one somewhere else opening service of the revival. I s
Mr. and Mrs. A. H Hall and ;ot
using these Individuals toY There will be no prayer meeting '
of Jacksonville on
\ on His work. little son Harley services next Wednesday for the portdfios bauJ
the week-end with their t' sJ !oral /air I
spent We the at- 0 '
''dividual same reason. urge lWff
men. many of whom H. M. Mc- IArI IYfel,
Mrs. ,
Mr. and rq
limited ability, are doing parents tendance of our folk of the com- ( ), f .1 wrtluerrfl'
munity at these services to be
today to get the Gospel to Rae.Mr. '"'
people' than and Mrs. B. M\ McRae and held dally In the First Baptist .p41 % 11tH'
all the eccleslas- Mrs. W. O. I,
organizations children and Mr. and Church. IbtmsJrljllwfrrtrdiihiBar.kSvetame.IdNjoer-JoerloseisgnJgs//J9Jrbvnrd vutsotin. /
In the
Eccleslastlcal coun- Johnson attended the Oyster at Flint, M kit..

organizations at the home of Mr. and 444
.loo busy : Supper BROOKEK
taking car of them-
f e Mrs. O. W. Boan at Sampson City
and L. L. Parker
their own machinery. tty General Motors proving ground anism come alive under your
f organisations Saturday night, see pictured here the mag ,

I"""queue They have cannot no .time hear Elder E. R. Bowers of Starke 8. S. (,'1.- entertained; YOU automobile that value a ripple of wonder ran like quick. hands this car that brings to I

I wmmand "Forward. March! I was a visitor here Thursday aft Miss Lubedla Plnholster .and wise is next year's No. car. silver through the men who flower the best that Buick knows. 4

are busy in their trenches ernoon.A :Mra. Vivian Parker entertainedtheir watched its going.

pitting breastworks and mak- number of friends of this Sunday School classes last a That's absolute net. We who From the velvet velocity of its

l maelves comfortable and as section attended the funeral of J. Wednesday afternoon with a little j? dreamed it, built it, tested it, tell You'll feel it-you'll marvel, too straight-eight Dynaflash engine to

FM* Possible. !E. Norman Saturday afternoon.We the .erl-. party at the home of Mrs. lu L. you cold-turkey it is Buick at its when you feel this incredibly the superb way it handles and
ta to report .
f calling men as indlvldu- are sorry Parker. active staunch exciting mcch- controls it's full of
answers as
Alvarez, unbeatable best. ,
I of Eugene
10 Illness
IIx with Him. You who ous Thirty-three guests were present II IIEvery
Britton Alva- new-day features as an egg is
these lines have the greatest son of Mr. and Mrs. and all enjoyed themselves

qty men and women -ever rez. He Is now In St. Luke's hospital playing different games. Then one of its 12,000 parts .YlCN7JI full of meat.

to be Used as individuals by In Jacksonville. His many refreshments of sandwl c h e s. is a better part than we've GY/yCAt//J ;

duty Cod for the carrying friends wish him a speedy recov- cookies and hot chocolate were been able to make before. I ZOAWI5111VIJ" Go see this beauty, drive this

ot HI. Plan of redemption. ery.Miss served the guests i I "MICIOrOISID" OTNAHASH VAiVI-IN-NIAO -truelAllfreand!

-. Vesta McRae of Starke Is Officers and Teachers Elected s. Every one of its 44 different siAIONT.IIoHTINOINI OIL-SAVINO PISTON IINOS sparkling spirit, it's a glory of
i BETHEL spending this week with teachers and officers were ANOlrfl FUTON "CATWAUC-COOUNO" PIUS 'h
New types of steel is the finest for IN gall antry-and-obedience on
-Mrs. Susie GlUson elected for the Sunday School last UlT A- ArlO CIRCULATION UNDER PtfSSUM BUICOIt
folks.Mr.. and Mrs. Allan Hall and Sunday as follows: L. L. Parker, its )job that mo'ney Can buy SPRINOINOSOITNI"PUILNOAT"RIDIPULL-LINOTN wheels.

's. R L Lee is on the sick Misses Vesta and Ode lle McRae superintendent; L. B. Pinholster. -five of its special alloys TOROUI-TUII OtIVI TIPTOI HYDRAULIC MAKIS

this i week We wish her a were visitors of Mr. and Mrs. T. Assistant Superintendent, Juanita were not even ;jn. existence AUTOMATIC CHOKI ShLP-IANKINO KNIi-ACTION. It's yours for very little more i

f'y recjvery N. Norman In Gum Branch sec McCauley, secretary: Mrs. Q. B. 10 years ago. IICOII WHIM. MOUNTING fO.I-N-AFT FLASH.WAV per: pound than you pay for ',.a'I
,ethel "" irch Is holding Arem ( tion Saturday night Colson, beginners teacher; Miss TURILTTOPIODTIYFISHIR-WiTHSAFUYPLATIOLASS a good cookstove.

;I :'as; this week. Remember services at Pine Luebedla PinhoNter primary When this uncatchable I All AROUND IA1V ACTION HANDISHIFT TANSMIS- {

I r 5 Mrs, John B. Hlggln- Level this week-end. teacher, Mrs.' I* L. Parker senior Junior smoothie went foxfooting SION. SArfTY.UNIT Ht'.tO IIAM HfADUOHTS It's a honey, it's a bearcat, I I,

:::0'*n"I.'' hlldren and Mrs. Albert Cllsson played the guitar teacher intermediate; Chas teacher Hardy: Mrs. Edna r through its paces on the it's.. Iambi it;/

were supper Edgar
peoples I
J" '-' Mr and Mrs. D. D. and they had some fine muste.o Crews B. Plnholster, young, adult teacher; V ,. I'' 4
r': c: Woodard'nlly.r Mr. and Lake Mrs.were L. A.visiting" 'Mr. |II''ella Berry assistant Jo-I; CO. Starke Florida :

r 111 was visiting Kingsley Sunday. and assistant teachers were: REGISTER MOTOR
ranledo Gllsson
Sunday. and Mrs. E. and ,
; Dorcy I was visitIng -!! O E. McCauley, Grace Berry
Bird and Mr. Edgar Mrs. Maggie Glisson Mrs. Baird. ,
were visiting Mr. and Mrs. Margie Suton With help we are goingto
lIar >n Glisson I and Mrs. Albert make this Sunday School year, { 7I ,
a6 and< while visitors f
9kd there r' were I' better than the last, so don't for '
played Monday. 'M'Md
the harp and Inbotham '


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i knows there is a National Guard ,'MAN KILLED NEAR week and there will be no reserve 'the cnu' '\, ,

!r Bradford County Telegraph I STRUTII GIVES OF HISTORY GUARDS- |' Company they know, but about ui dally it Most that every-U all BROOKER SATURDAY seats announced for the, but game seating tonight would, It was be Cola dlstrlbin(," ,,,: ,npany. ,! ," k"

': (,' Established 1877 one knows that we have a police (Continii
;; (Continued from page. >ne) force In Starke, but\ unless our basis. Admission Charges at the weight t,", ootn came tb,
-' Entered Second Class I have need loaded with birdshot, gate will be CO cents for adults, 1
1m Published) Weekly on Fridays and as ment at different locations in the house Is robbed we no In hand, children. The \thle', .
But If It is rob- warned Gill not to" enter his yard. 25 cents for Season "
Post Office at Starke. Florida for a policeman flounced -JCIaU
at the
I Matter United States. 9I''Ij.\'
1' I tickets save their 'purchasers 50
... -, _.- "Our own National Guard Com- bed, then we Interest ourselves InI Gill entered anyway and started admit the cessfui ??,',,hall, that, .It j jv
I force-we want where cents, as they eaSon .
In this manner: i the local police I towards the porch steps from a iu. ,
1\# GOLDEN RULEr pany Is organized to the five home games for the n .1 I
4 DIVIDENDS FROM TilE Lieutenant them to be trained men capable of O'Berry was standing Three will con, ttandpob
i il commanded
la Is by 'I'" ,.
l r;r!:!': : II "How come Johnson didn't get that promotion ? lie was Thomas T. Long who has had I apprehending the criminal and times the man with the gun told price of four.Association The Bradford High nig Courts! ,. ,JB "oncr
,d11; I seeing that justice Is done Gill to stop and when Gill set Athletic points out H I ;
,\ In I grounds
''ii,! : .: in line for it. considerable military training bottom O'Eerry that this makes admission cost i ii t n)" veal, and
the ,
foot lat
Guard, Military "The same Is true with the National -, on step another ,
"Don't let on, but It's because of the way he drives. the National i the adult) season ticket owner 40 I Ii w" :Inakn
Guard Most local persons In all ,
t What's that to do with an ex- Schools and correspondence fired.The i cents per game or, If a child, only I Ilv..lab!! lOt pafoeun:
3I "The way he drives ? go the regular Army. I may add have little Interest In It until some charge struck Gill In the --------
15 cent. ,, / -
ecutive position ?" that he and all ..rs'of this local or national disaster occurs, right groin, severed; the femoral IN clllt'rl'1, t'orR'-,

"Well the other day his car was right behind and other branches of the National or we get Into war-then we want artery, and he bled to death with E. L. Williams, principal of .I'.It.tot :r'rt.s'r'tTR Ill., ,1111111'1'' RNt'
you B. H. S. and Chairman of the
National Guard to be a highly in three minutes. .
Guard are required to study so our 0'
the boss'. The light changed to yellow, and Johnson began' many hours each year trained group of men capable Gill was convicted on a manslaughter Athletic Association' stated that Bnroth"., 1" "'" \"uln.AUr..d 'IUIIID: .

I tooting his horn until the boss was sore as a boil. He said "Second in command of the I of defending our homes and loved charge in Suwannee ticket sales and admission chargesand I'; It I '", '1- 'min,
,, earl
profits from the concessions npIH"" ,
afterward he knew .right then that Johnson didn't have Company Is Lieutenant RichardG. ones. County several years ago and VIILynWood' a
within the 'stadium,
executive" Kldd who has several years :"Before ending this discussionof served four years in the state operated' will I
to be good ,
courtesy enough a 1 .
patience or be the only, Income for the Association appou m" n
training behind him. He la charged our local National Guard and penitentiary. It ", ,,
Maybe we've been reading too many ads lately-the with the handling of communications its duties and functions I would Funeral services were held 'to' defray all expenses, aboye-.lr,padded ',"', I'",, ,' I; tic MTucker. MIE
f. kind of ads that tell you the things your best friends don't of the entire Battalion like to quote some statistical I' Monday afternoon at 3 o'clock and donations no .utslde will be solicitations sought John or W liMon,. I'en'I, I": chat(i'ollr, I;

dare mention. But we think there's an idea in the imaginary Other subordlnant officers Include figures resulting from its presence II from the DeWitt C. Jones Chapel Atklnsof ,Ie secretary and Treas- ant ther.-li, ", dIla I the
Seargeant Sam Alvarez who here. Since its reorganization here and interment In Crosby ; of the Hii), 'R" ''I, ""
: conversation above. We could recite actual instances Is the Seargeant Major, highest after the World War In 1920it I I'oUowed. Rev. A E. Llghtfoot urer of :''the :Association and accurate "Idem the t.f,,W i I', ""h",
axe utherefor "
f;' of a business firm's losing a client because of the way an non-commissioned officer in the has brought to this city outside I officiated at the service. : records of all receipts and I *, III''d'" '" ;er

Bill Graham who is amounting to approximately The deceased is survived by his disbursements, will be kept and reMtd"nl'I, I",", d'"
employe drove a truck or car bearing the firm's name. It Battalion; money rmiuli, ,Ii'| liby I' '
the acting First Sergeant in direct $70,000. and is now bringing In I widow Mrs. Annie Mae Stone these records will be open to pub- of complain, ', II, ',pp' aid
lo harm and do some good to drive in a way the end of the ,,
lic At or b..forl'I
can no may inspection.
command of the squads and sections an average of $2, 00 per year. Gill and by six children, Matthew November, ''clu| 'h Sib,
r that will make friends, not enemies.-St. Petersburg In ; James H. Dennis Signal This does not Include the $27,000new J. T., Gladys, Dorris, Dolly and J. year the State Superintendentwill allegation l 'h" '" I lhrr,
+ I I Two bet Sent, ,.a copy of the finan- taken ... i I ,d I ''III
It' dependent. Sergeant; myself, mess and sup- Armory building just com C. Gill, all of Brooker. ant .ald
Itridyl' ply Sergeant, In charge of the pleted and now housing the Com- brothers, E. J. and Doc Gill of cial report(; : Lester Sponholtz is ord'eV I. '", 17'
o I in 'change1,, ,of the cold-drink andsundry"ppnceyalons be publl.h.'I,, I erred, II
of and half-
handling of distribution supplies pany. Fairfax Georgia, a four cone n as
4 THE CONSTITUTION STILL LIVES ; Merrill McMillan Sergeant "Having a National Guard Com- i brother, Robert Gill, of Black- the Associa- Bradford ,', ",' '4'e..k. I

The men who made the Constitution of the United charged with the procedure of the pany here lowers insurance rates ,' shear, Georgia, and two sisters, tion will operate In the stadium ty newBpapm and Stat,11"1.",i?, hq, TrLI W,'

States would be astounded could they return to earth and Intelligence Section; Corporal because they would assist In seri- i| Mrs. Lou Taylor and Mrs.. Fan- during home games. The fourth This Rcpt. ,,,,,' !7th I I'
William Powell who directs the nie both of Fairfax member of the executive committee OFFICIAL 1'\1: A
Taylor J
and other
fires riots
ous emergencies Clerk '
r ,,
the of they signed 152 years of ? d: B..
that fragile pieces "Urt
,. ; see paper telephone communication and Georgia, also survive. of the Athletic Association Is Kelly. Deputy ""Ierk
'' law of the greatest J. M, Whlttemore, who is also the Ju.., H. 1',1.| ,
ago today are still the Corporal Merrill Edwards who Gill was a native cf Georgiaand JacknonvllUComnlalnani. k: )lain 8'
"The Company has !
many plansof i"frida NIIII"
handles the to Florida fifteen Tornadoes: c ach.The' '
Iit nation on earth. messages. action already mapped out to came years x 21'Notice "
and farmed near Brooker for 'present football team. Its
"The popular conception of the In of ago '
For not one of the 55 men who attended the convention, use such cases emergency. 100'1'11.:
a local Guard Company Is that we Let's take this thought; Suppose the past three or four years. He modern equipment the new stadium i u. hereby gVM|

of the 38 men who signed the document the convention produced meet at the armory once a week, that the prison farm convicts was a member of the Baptist with its flood lights, fence, and whom all'!It claim mat "onivrn malnut t. '

believed that the Constitution would long endure. execute a few squads right and a should make a wholesale escape Church. bleachers are all results of work of, Kurl Cook, de"'II..d i dup tk
u' George Washington, who presided and who became its first few squads left, that we chew the and start towards Starke. How by the Athletic Association. ford with County th mntl ivllhlt\ lodaeel l sight),

rag a while, and then go home. could they be stopped or what MAN DROPS DEADIN Announcement was made regarding from the fir ullluton t |
administrator, said to Delegate Abraham Baldwin, of Geor- 'entrance to the stadium. notice, or aid !I\IIII I mi)
"I wish to correct this impression measures could be taken to pre- LOCAL STORE red by law Thlf !Hop! ji|,
gia: "I do not expect this Constitution to exist more than of our local organization. As vent them from killing or robbingthe The main entrance is on the north Karl i ook I", Admin| ,1

side, a block further down the Nt 4
20 years. headquarters Company we are citizens of our town. Someof (Continued from page one)
w charged with the communicationsof know that this has street from the H. A. Bishop

That historic gathering, which lasted four months, was the Battalion of which we area been you forseen may and plans made to shipped to Folkston, Georgia, for residence. Private cars will be FLORIDA

1l marked by dissension and dispute. Delegates denounced, deplored part, and we are also the Intel prevent such action. So completeare burial. ,*\ parked inside the stadium alongthe THEATHGAINESVILLE

( {1 and divided. Important provisions were written and ligence section of the Battalion.The plans that the names of the Shivar was born April 29, 1881 east and west sides and In the FU
men in the local Companyhave stores that the supplies will be I In North Carolina and had moved southern portion of the enclosure. Program for the week lit
# r deleted revised product) was a compromise--but a to be (and many have been) purchased from are listed. to Florida 15 years ago, com School buses will be parked alongthe September 29, 1939

: compromise trained to operate radio receiversand ing to Bradford County In January north side of the stadium LAST TIMES
"The colored population has also TODAll
i Surely, whatever their belief as to its permanence, not transmitters, telephone systems been considered In these 1938, and moving into the lence The fence Is of wire and Joe E. Brown Martha
telegraph, several types of city of Starke Wednesday of last tho buses and cars will form an ,ill.
of these authors and founders of would plans and a course of action In
one our government visual signals, and pyrotechnics, week. impenetratable wall. The sheriff's $1,000 A TOICHDOWSnttirdix \\

have admitted the possibility that it would later be amended and must know how to set up and case been of mapped, an uprising out has already The deceased had been married, office, the' road patrolmen, and Onl

repair this equipment. haveto but was divorced from his wife. police ''will Cooperate to park cars George Raft Claire
to make the slave a freeman, to give the vote to women, They "I need not tell you that we can Tr
draw and read maps, have to He is survived by a son, James and keep traffic clear. III
to prohibit the sale of liquor. do a task better If we pick out the "I
code and decode, cipher and de- mistakes before we make them. Francis Shivar, of Petersburg Programs; furnished through
Yet, the Constitution they wrote 152 years ago has cipher messages, and all of this Virginia and by a daughter, Mrs, alto -
"On behalf of the Commanding Baby Sandy
OTHH! ] OF \PI'llf/\TIOV von
+ withstood the shock and survived the attack of civil war, In addition to drilling, shooting, Officer and the entire Company, E. Minter of Hopewell Virginia.A TAX ItP.KII Shirley Ross Mlscha A"UNEXPECTED
riot duty, marching and many brother, E. W. Shivar, of 4 Senate Hill No. 1H.II:
of foreign war, of world war, of dire depression and extrav- other details I extend'you a warm welcome to Folkston NOTICE]] 18 HBKKBV: GIVEN FATS
that a soldier must Georgia, also survives.!
That Irs, Young and Sabra. Youngholder
attend the opening and dedicationof
agant prosperity of the rise and fall of leaders and of parties know. Shivar was a retired baggage of Tax Certificate No. 173, Sunday & Mona,
the new Armory which will UHued the it\ day of September A. Joan Crawford Normi
of popular election and plutocratic privilege-and, with "Our radio section la equipped take place next month October." master and was once employed O 1935 ban filed Kama In my office -

all the amendments attached to it from time to time, only with two types of sending and receiving r by the Dupont Power Company of tax and deed bun to made l he (untied application thereon.Maid forM Rosalind Goddard Russell, In Pin

ay once has its original, basic structure been altered-that by can sets be carried which by are the portableand men In LEX GREEN TO RUN I the Virginia.Baptist He Church.was a member of certificate described embrace property the In following the THE WOMIJT:

,FOR HOUSE County of Bradford, State. of FlorIda -.Added-
the adoption of direct election of Senators. AGAIN .
popular the section. The radio section i to-wlt:: Latest Ixoue or "THE: :If!

And, despite all the clashes and crises through which men must know how to operate i' B, H. S. TORNADOES TO Imrnton Lot. 11 Tiuby, 12 13, &14, of Co'Blk.* Addn 27. Llv-to OF TIME":

'' the government has passed the assaults of doubters at home 'makes this apparatus Is necessary properly for ,them which to (Continue/\ from page one) PLAY GREEN COVE Stark-Range, f2e'a);: IS.. Township 6 Mouth, Tuesday & W.dn..dl>

and enemies obroad, never has there been a failure, annul- know the International Morse out hope not no become InvolvedIn The under.assessment of the. said property Barbara Stanwyck
the said
certificate is.sued
(Continued from -
war. Friends of mine have expressed page one) William"GOLut
ment or lasting impairment of one of the desires and pur- Code. Our radio section is equalto wan In the'name of Unknown. Adolph Menjou
theIr desire that I should I'nleHH said certificate shall be
poses inspiring its authorship a more perfect Union any In the State and superiorto reek rc-clcction and this. I IIhdll,. mediate vicinity and are L. H. iede many. The radio section also Harper, Everett McKinney, Ralph properly described therein will beHold
Justice domestic tranquillity the common defense do i( to the highest bidder at the. 5 I t
operates the "panels", strips of faithful I! Rhodes Dempsey Sapp Billy court house 'door on the firm Mon Thurs.. Frl Oct
the general welfare the blessings of Liberty to our- cloth used to signal messages to "With the cooperation Grlffl Ralph Nettles Kenneth day In the month of Novenfber, Fred MacMurray
of the voters of our District we t939. which In the 6 day of November
selves and our posterity" airplanes. ( Turner, J. E. Denmark. Mut ,19311.Pal..d Madeline Carroll ltd
| have been able to obtain duringthe
"The I Jones. Buck McMillan, L. E. thin 28 day of September, Broderlck In"HONEYMOON
telephone section Is
We still have the "perfect Union which survived the equip- past fifteen years many substantial / 19:19.: B.'UltJ .\!
I Moseley and Samp Simpson. :
ped with five field telephones benefits to our District (OFKICIAI !fKAL: ) A. J Thoman.

stress of fratricidal strife ; "Justice," though often assailed two switchboards, an operator's I) and State. Among hese are the ; The bleachers were erected this t Clerk. ,of Florida Circuit Court 9.2 of Bradfordounly fit 10-27 I

and weakened selfish "domestic set, miles of wire, and other items
by power ; tranquillity"while Naval Air -84S8: at Jacksonville;

other nations constantly suffer internal ferment necessary to install and operate a, rural electrification for more I
"common defense witnessed the complete telephone system. No than one half of the counties of { [} Facts That Concern You fto. 12 of u *
as by
response our one clAn walk into the telephone our District; surveys for and at

citizenry when the nation is threatened ; "general welfare," office here in Starke and property the beginning of the Florida 1

which has made us the richest country of the earth ; and operate the switchboard without Canal and other major water-
first haVing been trained to do
the "blessings of Liberty," which true Americans experience way developments; legislation
so. The same holds true with beneficial to the farmer, the
every hour of their lives, in contrast to other peoples who our system; the men have to be grower and the Industries of our 1 f fi) C ri) IN TIMES OF RISING

must bow in meek obedience to the whims and wishes of uncrowned trained how to Install and operatea District; benefits for war veterans \I1.r': UNEMPLOVMEN
switchboard, how to run a wire TAXES ,
and their dependents; benefits for
but absolute despots.

The "rising sun" which old Benjamin Franklin visioned.line and how to locate and repair II the aged and needy and many ''iirfiT OO fir r Ii FARM PROBLEMSTHE
trouble. The men In your local ,other Federal bneflts have been [} RECORD OF BEER IS

_;;. I, as, September 17, 1787, he signed the compact which created National Guard are trained to do 1 ,realized. I IJ IJ\II.S'JM

_ A mighty nation, still shines, a light for our own guidance tnat, ana we nave had the pleas "My
',' ;))4 and protection, a beacon for all the world. It may at times section ure of knowing has been that the our best telephone In the efforts"1-Keep will our be In Nation the future out of to war: I GOVERNMENT COSTS: r I MILLION WORKERS

be dimmed-but it can never be extinguished.-Tampa Tri entire regiment for the past seveial and at peace with the World. Seer contributes :
B *r m kn
job* in
1. bune. years. "Developing the Naval AirBase s Million Dollar ,,i otwrtOOWutrriMAND

!, I --p "The Message Center Section is at Jacksonville and the !day in Tax:** : 'addla
equipped with ciphering devices' National Guard establishment for
; ; and also several
coding and decoding our District. '
What is phony about Europe's current war? I books for sending and receiving "Adequate defense for our } : -

t Some of our best thinkers see peculiar things about the secret messages. The Nation and combating things un- ; .T
men have to know how to use American. ; i _
the present war is being conducted.
I these devices and books in orderto "4_A square deal for labor. '

a Poland is gasping out its last breath after invasion by I. properly handle the messages I "Ii-Adequate pensions! and security f; _:T

overwhelming German forces. While the Poles engaged the that come In or go out of the bat- : for the aged the dependentand ;j 100000

talion. They also know the proper needy and the enactment of
attention of of the
a large part Greman army in the east, _
procedure In Handling mea the Townsend Plan. {orisaIi

fighting heroically against. great odds, their allies proceeded sages ,BO they will reach the correct "Adequate pensions for all

as follows : destination. There are many disabled veterans and their dependents

''r 1st. Began a very cautious advance against the almost means of transmitting a message; widows and orphans.
_ I, by airplane, radio, telephone, telegraph -| "T-Rural electrification expan
impregnable Seigfried line The advance has been
so cautious visual signals, mounted'' sion.

in spite of numerous successes'! reported that I and unmounted messengers, pyrotechnics "Completion of the Florida

after three weeks of advancing the allies' were reported last I pigeons, and so on. Canal and development of our In- 1'-k
"The Intelligence Section of our land and harbors. -
Thursday as not yet in sight of the Seigfried line. Company has learned to read and "Adequate waterways WPA and other : : _

2nd. Sent no aid to the heroic Poles by air; if such aid draw maps, both military and emergency appropriations 1''I 1'/' / _

has been sent it has not been reported. civil, they know conventional mil- "Legislation for the benefit ''I ..

3rd. Have not tried to break through the German mine itary signs as used on maps'know and protection of our farmers, II I iHP" '
how to operate an observation growers and livestock men and *
fields into the Baltic to go to the aid of Poland. post, how to obtain and dlssiml- for forestry and industry. Earn- //I NOW. TO KEEP BEERS M

"1 4th. Have made no attacks on the German North Sea nate information received from est and conscientious efforts for r I 9: FOR YOU AND FOR THEM.AflERlCw
both friendly and enemy troops. all things for the welfare a
coast. B"
I They understand the maintenance and protection of the LtI/ BREWERS WANT TO HELP
When considering the above remember that 1/-
Englandhas oi operations maps. and intelligence our District, State and Nation." RETAILING AS WHOLESOME AS BEER

the greatest navy, on the face of the earth and that maps, and this section Is ;ill .' s' INTEREST
France has 6,000,000 trained men under arms. Surely with equipped with the materials pertalnlng C.\K OK THANKSW j t Yf

r these forces in hand it would have been wise to smite the to purpose their of specialty."The these .explanations and sincere wish to appreciation express our for thanks the !I/I/IiI II IIi !II 1 a ,fr., ,.>''. ,;rrf MAY LAW AUTHORITIES.AT SEMD YOU. THE. fiEli FAC1S.

Germans'! hip and thigh while the Poles f '
engaged a large part of our various departments kindness of our many friends and *

of the German forces in the east rather than to wait until I and their functions Is to show Ii of Dr. W, B. Parks during the ;;I i,! trial ForfreebooLtetaddreusUJ Foundation EasttfthSt Hftr: *>

after Poland what has been accomplished and recent Illness! and death of our
was destroyed.
what In. being done In the weekly pearly beloved husband father I i ::1 j BEER..a

Why the delay? I meetings or drills of our company. I and brother. We also wish to express II bevcrcgs moderation = 'L
r What ( rather WHO the allies \Ve have much do In '
or ) are waiting for?- to order to our gratitude for the beautiful I "I'!I IIII

+ Could it be-? I keep ourselves prepared as front floral offerings and the many)j
) line troops in case of war. 'i kind words of sympathy |
Y'' -Union Times! _
51'yUi' County "Nearly everyone In our city' The Norman Family.

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