Bradford County telegraph
Full Citation
Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00027795/02719
 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: October 13, 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
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
lccn - sn 95047406
System ID: UF00027795:02719
 Related Items
Preceded by: Starke telegraph

Full Text
; ",..,. ,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,.I1"1"" 'i W'Ji"'r""r." '., .." '."\\1I'--" ''' ''' ''''''''=''Im'f' ,T!:,...,..,.,....... .._r ."T'O"," ,!'i/JII'."" ", .,.

,.. ......

Economy Bindry ,2 fi.muJt:



IS77 ..- ; we should quietly hear both tiJet. "- Goethe E. L. Matthews, Editor and Owner



workers made rapid pro I. A, O. Andru. Bradford
) gress this week on the refrigerating -I County officer, was slightly in

units at the:Bradford County, jured Sunday morning when the

Faimer's Market. Superintendent -' automobile he was driving over-

FOR TREASURER W M. Norris declared .the WITH BUNNELLGridiron turned about a half-mile south of MURDER Iv 1I't

work would be completed in abouta Stuart

month, after the first six weeksof According to a statement from -

lining Link" Will Be Friends of Auditor Here construction ere up at the end Clash At Brad- L. F. Dtnklna, Sheriff Andreu's Ocala Jury Recommends d

Pared to Nassau- f fL Say lie {Will Seek of this week. ford Park At son-in-law the car overturnedafter Mercy Be Granted,
n The WPA project la sponsored by striking the soft shoulder on
8 O'clock HoweverA
Duval Linenews State Office the Agricultural Marketing Board U. S. 1 in the vicinity of Stuart

which Is paying over 25 percentof Sheriff Andru was thrown

to those advocating W. M (Bill) Wainwright, 44 the total cost estimated at Bradford High's Tornadoes go clear of the car and suffered Marion County jury brought

completion of road thirteen years of age, a native son of 20000. The Farmers. Market Is against Bunnell, football team tonight severe bruises and a broken collar in a verdict of guilty of murderIn

Callahan to Baldwin comes Starke and Bradford County and. stateowned.The at 8 p. m in Bradford bon Ben Saxon, Hampton the first degree against Carl

a from Fernandlna, coun- State Auditor since February, 30 workers are constructing The Bunnell griddera have park'j resident, who was riding in the Andrews, with a recommendation

week 1937 willprobably.be a candidatefor four pre-coollng units, two on 1 car, wall not injured. that mercy be granted yesterday ,
County Dan team but a small squad and a !
rat of the Democratic nomination as morning eliminating the possibility -
each side of an able at the east Hospital authorities at .Stuart
j Jr., attorney for the Nas- State Treasurer in the May pri- end of the Market. One cooler close game Is in prospect. This lethe I said Sheriff Andru would prob- of a death sentence on And-

Commission, announc- maries, close friends here disclosed Tornadoes' third game of the rews. A life sentence la likely
County will be used for meat curing and ably be able to leave the latter
that bids for paving the Wednesday night. the remaining three for general season, and so far they have lost part of this week Sheriff Andru although Circuit Judge Frederick j
rlday I one and won one, R. Hocker had not
Wainwrlght, who makes Ma: pronounced
unpaved portionState trucking produce such as corn was on his way to Pompano when
uinder of home In Tallahassee while State Last Coach John- sentence until time
beans, strawberries and squash. Friday night the accident occured. Harry up press
Road 13 in Nassau been I Auditor spent Wednesday night Two of the units will be 24 feet by ny Whittemore's boys dropped a Houston local businessman, accompanied yesterday. The trial of 32 year

callahan and Baldwin were W. M (Bill: ) Wiaiflwrlght, State I here and In an Interview with the 42 feet and ,two will be 16 a 19-0 decision to the Columbia Dlnklns to Stuart and old Carl Andrews, formerly of ''y

erased October 4, according to Auditor and Starke man, who may Telegraph said "I am being urgedby feet by 24 feet In dimension County High team in Lake City drove the damaged car back to Bradford and Union Counties, wan

en story In the Nassau Coun- run to succeed W. V. Knott as my many friends over the Over 300 local fans made the tripto Starke Sunday held In Ocala where the convicted '
The state-owned Market will\ be. '
der State Treasurer. Picture courtesy state to become a candidate for the north Florida city for the .- man was on trial for the fatal ,
patronized as in the past by -
known as Project Florida Times-Union. the office of State Treasurer and producers I game which WILl hard fought and shooting of Paul Raulerson, 29,
his project from Bradford, Alachua
-- since Mr. Knott has announced closer" than the last May 28 In Marlon County
I, extends from a point about i and Union counties Buyers from I Ithroughout' score DEAD VETERANSLISTED
west of. Crawford for a he will not be a candidate for reelection -: come'-here ThIS Tornadoes gave the Columbiateam during a fight/ over some liquor. v,
alle theEast to
ance- itmth''of approximately BOY STABBEDIN next year] I am seriously purchase their supplies. 11 plenty of trouble In the third During the trial Andrews admitted u

.2 miles to the Nasaau-Duval considering the matter. I will quarter but a large squad of experienced IN NEWW.P.A.PROJECT under crows examination

line. The paving, very likely make a formal an-, men, with three alter- by state attorney J. H. Hunter

mty n Callahan to the point west of LAKE CITY nouncement of my intention at a LLOYD KINGEXHIBIT nately employed Columbia teams that he was a former convict and

wford Is already under con- later date." I turned the tide.Standouts had returned to a life of crime
When asked when he would' noon after having a sentence commuted -
iction and will be completed FRIDAYNIGHT for the locals In the

November 1, and by that time make a formal announcement, he' Lloyd King, who has conducted Lake City game were L. H. Harper by the state pardon board.

9 hoped that work can begin answered "by the first of the revival services at the First Baptist at quarterback, Ralph Rhodesat Full Data on DeceasedSoldiers He admitted Wednesday that h&
had made false hU
statements In
lie Crawford terminus and on year Church here this week has half and Kenneth Turner rov- Ileing '
Starke Boy Released Bill Wainwright was born in direct testimony, and told how he ,
line. ing guard.
the Nasaau-Duval aroused a large interest with his
where his father was Compiled shot Raulerson as the latter fell I' I ,
Gainesville .1
Monday Under exhibit of Mayan relics In the Now that Coach Whlttemore'a
ark Is now going rapidly ford -
< employed by the government in to his. knees on State Road 19 .,
on the overpass over the $1,000 Bond how window of Carpenter's Drug squad has broken even on the The u
the public lands department but graves of all veterans who west of Ocala about midnight on e
Store. first two of the season.tonight's ,
Coast Line right-of-way games
moved here at the age of four served In wars In which the May 27-28. He had formerly declared -
Baldwin and when this over- H. G. Wainwright, 18 of He received his educationin The Rev Mr. King 'is an ama- game should furnish he shot Raulerson In "self.4
United States Including
years. ,
i and the stretch now under Starke was released from the and later attended teur archaeologist and haa collected somewhat of an acid test. Bun- participated defense." I .t;

itructton and that portion on Columbia County jail In Lake Bradford several many pieces of ancient nell thus far has dropped close veterans of the Confed-
and for
business college Andrews further admitted that
cfi bids have been asked for City Monday after being arraigned In Mayan remains in his three trips games to Hastings and St. Jo'seph's erate army, are being registered
years thereafter was employed the "business" In which he and
3.7 miles of of Leo to British Honduras Central of St. Augustine on respective -
completed only '
on a charge stabbing the county Tax Collector's office under a new state-wide Work Raulerson were engaged (and
d 13 from Baldwin north to theuauDuval Albriton of Lake City at the foot- America. The, Mayans a highly week-ends. However the
here and also worked In the Tax Progress Administration project, over which they quarrelled) at
locals have had advance Infor. II
line will remain unit ball game played there Friday civilized Indian nation until the no
and later In the their home
Assessors office, near Fort White wasthe
d. night of last week between Starke advent of the white man Into the matlon on their opponents' for to- employing war veterans. Aa much

feet" and Lake City A 'bond of $1,000 Bradford County Bank He left Americas, inhabited Central night;; being. unable to scout them Information as can be obtained manufacture and sale of ii,3
road will be lit In In licit
; this position to volunteer May liquor. They brought 60 gallons
America and what la now Mexico due to playing on,the same nights about each veteran burled In FlorIda
th,, and Its base Is 8 Inches was arranged. 1917 after the entrance of the -. of whiskey to Ocala on U.a }
Hat rock. The top dressing The incident took place curing United States into the World but for some unexplained reason I A good crowd Is expected for la also being recorded and i trip which resulted In the kilting:
I U white with four-foot period' of' the would suddenly jbea.ve| their cities the gridiron duel tonight and the "
a the second game War and In the army in France all Information will be preservedIn of his "partner. 1 ,
:k strip down the middle. It while Wainwrlght and homes and migrate to a new I Bradford high band will be on
and -
young h* received training in the handlIng the file of the State Arsenal Testimony was beard Monday,
believed! that It willbe; one of failed to testify before Judge of huge funds as a disbursing locality leaving their\ beautiful! band with the pep squad and both at, Bt. Augustine. Tuesday and up until 11:35: o' '

widest and safest' .highways (t.n Brantley Brannon; others-did. -1 official In'tl\e paymaster's depart-, and mysterious templea>and other I. organizations will entertain at W S. Sibley of Thereima a clock Wednesday 'morning when 1,
file system. stated that buildings to ,be slowly declaimed half-time, and encourage the
It Albriton. on
was ment of the quartermaster corps. r
I by the darkneaa of the tropical team Admission charges are World War veteran, has chargeof (Continued on page eight)
The completion n of this "mis the east aide of the line from When he was discharged after the I the Inquiries in Bradford -
25 and 50c.
: link" between Callahan and where the Starke players' bench war in August, 1919 he held the jungles.Jungles searching Traveling for through remains these, County and has made temporary TOBACCO QUOTAAPPROVED

dwtn has long been the dream was located, was engaged In an rank of Lieutenant. headquarters In the courthousehere.
and reclaiming them from the
citizens here and all along the argument with Wainwright and I He began his service to FloridaIn tenacious hold of the wild has M. B. HERLONG The project began September ,

113 route Traffic coming another Starke suporter on the 1922 when he was appointed a consumed the major portions of SPEAKS TO P.-T. A. 5, and yesterday Sibley had '
ill on U S. highway number west side. Wainwright was sit- bank examiner and in 1924 Governor almost completed his Investigation Bradford County tobacco growers
vacations to
Rev. lion.
have long been forced to ting on the Starke bench. made him King's last week voted to return to i
go Cary Hardee one Dr. M. B Herlong was the of Crosby Lake Cemetery
dour as each winter for the past i
>ugh Jacksonville to reach cen- Several witnesses testlfi e d of the four State auditors, which three guest speaker at the Parent- the largest cemetery in the coun- a marketing quota for flue-cured

Florida and the west coast, against Wainwright but only one post he held until 1927, when the years. I Teacher Association last Thurs- ty, where 75 veterans were foundto tobacco ? 'n.( k, r

ch adds nearly 60 miles to the said he had seen the knife blade. I office of State Auditor was created Using Belize the Hondourlan I day ufternon, at the school building be burled. The Information .Quota control of the 1940 flue- f
IIIIce and means the loss of Albrlton was stabbed in the and John Martin, then Governor -' Capital, as headquarters King, enthustastlcally ,,and his theme waa "Health." contained on the headstones la cured tobacco crop was approvedby

n of time driving the extras stomach and was reported yes- selected him as an assistant pursues hit hobbyof In his address Dr. Herlong laid: I transcribed_ nq __ and____ _further__ ___u nuirmont.___.nrn_ a tremendous majority of 9O8
and bucking the city traf- terday to be recovering nicely. auditor. archaeology,, and at the same "Sixty percent of the children in ed by inquiries Into the case history by the farmers voting In- the ale
and knife said to have been used time fulfills his life work,that of '
congestion. The Bradford Infected states raising the loaf which are :
In 1929 Wainwright returned to County are of each burled soldier by interviews -
was found by an officer under carrying! to the jungle and city with hookworms. But In spite of Florida Georgia, North and South I
completing of the "link" the banking department and was with relatives and acquaintances fw I? '[
I natives the
allow traffic en route to the ithe Starke players' bench. active there until 1934 when he Gospel message; He this fact, Bradford County seemsto and by research Into Carolina Alabama and Virginia.The .

ttl and west coast of thee Witnesses also testified that the became the chief mortgage risk often trades the natives Bibles have been blessed In that with- governmental records. A map of quota was not approved In n

e take road 13 where It incident happened so suddenlythat examiner In Florida for the Fed- for Information of leading to the discovery out any appreciable health work Crosby Lake Cemetery will be the referendum over the tame territory tr'?
I S. number 1 at Callahan it was hard to determinehow eral Housing Administration. He : having been done our death rate prepared and the grave of each last year and this was held '

In only half an hour reach the fracas started. It was held this post until Governor Cone King will make the 680 mile I I. still lower than that prevailing soldier there marked. So far, partially responsible for the conditions
"win a determined however, that Albriton trip from Tampa to Belize again In the state at large." He this
trip which on the oldIe chose him aa the State AuditorIn quoted graven of Confederates outnumber year
took hours. The paving of was stabbed and he was immediately February, 1937 and this posi- this winter on a coastal banana figures compiled by the State all others Figures are: Confederates On October B tobacco grower

portion of 13 will undoubtedly carried to the hospital. tion he holds today boat searching especially this Board of Health which showedthe 47: SpanishAmericanWar CUlt their votes In Starke and
the tourist The knife has been retained by time for the ruins of a lout Mayan rate for all Florida to be 12.0
and other traf- State Auditor Wainwright veterans, 13; Federals (those Brooker giving an overwhelming
through Starke and the towns Sheriff Davis for later court developments has As made an' enviable record. He temple he believes exists In Brit- percent per 1,000, while Bradford fighting for the Union In the War majority of 65 to II in favor of ft- !

I road 13, it la I ish Honduras, deserted to the County's'rate of fatalities Is 9.2 between market
believed as made an unprecedented step when the states), 8; and World quota
II of the traffic once It'' Many prominent citizens from I Jin 1937, he examined the Federal creeping jungles only a few years percent per l.OOO. He further War veteran, 7 No graven of' T. K McClane County Agent.
bea and also Lake City were after the birth of Christ : S
Starke King
Jacksonville takes I stated "Very little organized veterans of the Mexican War the
some news Income Tax returns from Florida Issued 79 ballots, Starke cast 40 ,
r rOUte to its southern destl- taken by surprise when and furnished the County Tax Assessors formulates his belief upon several health work has been done here War of -1812, or the Revolution votes, and Brooker 39 votes.
OQ. spread concerning the Incident. It i pieced of temple pottery and Idols and If It were not for the fact that War Uncovered.
were 'in
Florida with Infor- ary Starke returns dhow 31 voting/ t
citizens from he has found estimated be
-- regretted by to. at
-*- --- was I of Intangible natural conditions are good, we The Information favor of market 4 voting r
mation us to owners gathered by quotas :
OVER 2,000 ,.. both cities and had no connection the property who were paying no tax. ,least 1,800 years old, some of would make a very poor showing this survey will be used for sev- I against the quota, and 2 votes ;? ,
with anything going on on which are Included In the exhibitIn In the death rate table."' I "
UCENSES field. I This information led to a $809- Carpenter's show window. eral purposes. and among these it "challenged. Ilrooker voters cast
SOLD. clean and 000 Increase In the 1938 Intangibletax Mra.: W. II. Sewell program will aid defendants and relativesto 29 ballots In favor of the quota
Itself was
a an The game the roll over the 1937 roll. It Is .-- chairman made a short talk and Inrllnputedly Identify them I I and 10 against: The total vote t '

'Jghout appeal to all drivers the spectators were enjoying expected a Bimiliar Increase will County Nurse Introduced Dr. Herlong to the selves.. I cast In Bradford County was list-
the stabbing ,
automobile county to procure I i battle until Everything was calm be shown In the 1939 tax rolls Mrs. Mabel O. Lewis the new audience. Dr. W. 11:, Middleton Sibley expresses the belief that ed as 79. Favoring 65, opposing 4 '
operating license took place. was also Invited to speak but he 14, 86 2-3 ,
:"e end! of next week Judge even after this Incident. over the 1938 when they are completed county nurse announced this many veteran who have died are an percent majority

yman Itated Young Wainwright was bound week that she has established per- waR unavoidably detained.The not buried In cemeteries, or have Results of the county summary ,

see thousand dollars today had alt over to the grand Jury for a hear- Wainwright is a member of the manent headquarters on the second business session was presided been burled In cemeteries and the were tabulated by W. S. Slbley

been received In! license ing thIs month. American Legion, and Is a Mason floor of the courthouse and over by the president Mr*. markers lost thus leaving some James Rosier and J. V. Edward,

ue.ne Sbriner and an Elk. He l Is a any person wishing to consult E. K. Perrymun, and at this time "unknown soldiers. "I will appreciate Jr.. of the Bradford County Agri-

1 total member of the Methodist Church. with her should come there. For plans for a carnival were dlcusued. *- ," he (mid, "any help or : culture Conservation Committee.The .

'sea Issued number of operators TO SPONSOR the past two weeks the county Information about the location of i Starke balloting was under n

end chatfeur to date number 2.- CARNIVALFlorida Births nurse has conducted a dental Mrs Leola Roberts, teacher of i graves of veteran of any ware I I' the direction of W. S. Sllby. V, ,,R. y

ty.two licenses paid for clinic for the students of Bradford one section of the first grade i which are In Bradford County. I Ferguson, and L. O. Green Community t

ea list more names to the Parent-Teacher month Mr and Mrs. Lester McClough high school and has not only, received the prize for her grade will also be grateful for all in-J Referendum Committee- {

began Tuesday and will continue New River girl, September 27. examined the teeth of most of having the most parents in attendance formation concerning the veter- men. In Brooker the Referendum

It ratJng licenses are Issued at through October and up until No- Mr. and Mrs. Columbus Circle these school children, but hili also : at this meeting. an* themselves" |, Committee was composed" of .
of fifty cent recent ____ _. _____ \i. O. Ilarrell O. C. and J. "
llcense.. while chauf-I) vember 10 according to a Dees, Brooker, girl, September taught a course In dental rare. 0' Some graves found without ; Kelly, t
are ( V Edward Jr.
Governor ,
obtained a issued by I IFI'ed OM.
s : proclamation 30. Power Off Sunday marker show that the following >

-dike Vhe the proper credentials. Cone. During/ this time the -----A'- _-- Pension Meeting R F. Clark, Superintendent of Tact are not widely known: The ] The referendum was part of a I

a, license i county hunting and Parent Teacher Association of 1 l Cemetery Fund A county rally will be held In the municipal light and water J Federal Government will furnish I program Installed by the Agriculture -

'l all a driver' license Bradford High School will sponsor I week 17 were contributed the courthouse here Sunday afternoon plant, auld yesterday that the elec- free and shipping charges paid a Department to meet a market
Thl I
if the only be replaced by the annual Hallowe'en Carol- Crosby Lake Cemetery beginning at 2 o'clock of I tricity would be turned off from tombstone for any veteran; predicament caused by overproduction n9'"
!enta for total issuance-fee of val and the profits this year will to Fund bringing the totalCOIll'ctP all persona Interested in and eli- 6:3O: o'clock until approximately grave, and will engrave!: on it, alKO the shortage of foreign .
operators and one be used to purchase R. C. A. Victor i Fencing while free, suitable This buyer due to the difficulty
r trr '.! ( to $21 .50. No definite gible for pensions under the various 8 o'clock Sunday a epitaph.
nauf feurs. sound motion picture equip- I have been made "plans." All elderly persons f the heavy copper cables carrying I applies also to Confererate uoldlern. i in obtaining foreign exchange because ,t

.en..'.It, drivers license Is lost ment to Install visual educationat I arrangements about anything yet, Carl Johns.; World War veterans not receivingpensions I II the powerful 2.30O volts of cur- I Restive' or persona Inter- of the war, and the largo t

d J new application must B. H. S. here. of the committee said widow, widows with I, rent were transferred to new pup- rated In securing tombstones for' aurplu 0
.- chairman ,
'Q';t ty the operator like The P.-T. A. has sponsored successful Those! contributing to dependent children the blind, I' ports At the plant. "I want our the grave of a veteran of any Under the new program the t'
i.1 yesterday
: !JLicatlon.1 These re- carnivals here for the past the fund were Mrs. Fredla Deu- crippled and sbut-ina InterestedIn I citizens to know the power will be I war need only write The Quarter- Commodity Credit Corporationwill

n' .-. 'Plications must be two years. The event this year don of Elgin Illinois, a previous getting a $40 month pensionare off a short while Sunday morn- master General. :Munitions Build finance the purchase of $10.- ti,

fete' s the Tallahassee pub- I will be held Hallowe'en night.An contributor. ,5; Mrs. L. G. Crew, I urged to attend and hear the Ing so they will not be inconvenienced Inl(, Washington, D. C for com- 000,000 of this year's flue-cured

e -, partment and okey'd October 31 at Bradford Park.set. $1; and John Powell $1. I 1 plan explained. ," Clark said. "lore Information. tobacco.
board. I objective of $500 has been ----

Football Tonight 8 P. M. B. H. S S Vs. Bunnell

""'- <.

. ,.
," ".N
': I ..... ... ,.. ., .. ,..........,. ,... .n
',n,,'" ," ...,..... '-' ...,.,,,, ......,.... ," .. ," n. -


FRUtt ,N
court hnu... ,
before Monday the 6tb., day of A. D. further ordered that this day In ''I,
P.1UE TWOBoy Roberts beautifully decorated with Fall or November, A D 1939 otherwise the It IH be published In the Bradford 1939. Wh,, it fun
lie order
Townsend and Mrs. Roy attrac- of said bill will Telegraph a newspaper of am her I'u,
of allegation cat
will be that last flowers, which were very by said defend- County In hat.d
Troop Librarian In Jacksonville taken as confessed circulation published II
the day colors. general
spent bright autumn Bradford, once each 1939.
tive In ant. said County of as
ScoutsAt 2nd Class. Troop Tuesday.Mr. Many useful and attractive gifts It Is. further ordered that thugorder week for four consecutive weeks.. (OFFICIAIClerk I
for for official
The lowest rank Borra are spend- published once a week WITNESS my hand ear ,
where be
of and Mrs. placed on a table near weeks In the day of October, A. D. ,
will\ be that with re- were four consecutive seal this 6th County, FI 1 |go
Miami anewspaper
Quartermaster In Telegraph
some time seated. County s"
of ing the honoree was Bradford 1939. .
First Class. published In said Coun- (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. ThomasClerk
Troop latives. enjoyed 10-8 4t 1017NOTICH
the public were Court.
Bugler Interesting games and State Circuit
Scouts of America, held The lowest rank for Troop Miss Edith Rowe of Starke was the gifts were ty 11th., 1939.! Relief
70, Boy Tenderfoot.The after which This Septemter APPLICATION FOR At
weekIn that of a A. J. Thomas OF La
be Sun-
of this will Weaver OFFICIAL SEAL)
on Tuesday evening Building the lowest rank for Troop the guest of Enza I opened and presented. Clerk( of Circuit Court, By.1. It. TAX Hill I.KKIrnMte N... lag) as

the Community Rev. Frank RobInson Cheermaster will be that of First day.Friends Gerald Cox areglad At the conclusion a delicious Kelly. Deputr.Clerk.. Main. St., NOTICE<"' IS HEREBY GIVEN
Scoutmaster, the of Mrs. and cookies Jas. Solicitor forComplainant Ira Young. and Sabra Young
cream Florida That ForYourCoiforCoughi.Che
announced the following Class. to know that she is doing course of ice Margaret Jacksonville, 9-29 8t 10-87 holder of Tax' Certificate No. 873
Mrs. A
Scout Grub- served by t day of; September
for the lowest rank for Troop home after being were Issued the
Troop Personnel The nicely at her Joyce May COl'HT Iron \ AND has filed name In my office
Martha 1835
of 1939-1940, effective Immediately master will be that of Second confined to Gainesville Hospital Turner Mrs. Thirty- IV THH riHCHT HRAnpomt COUNTY.FLORIDA. D. and has made application fora nilalaon h1 ere/
year and Mrs. Pauline Turner. JUDICIAL' deed to be leaded thereon. to the
Bltitiril tax
: Class. for several days.Community. In this wonderful IN VUASt'RRY.Carolyn Said certificate embraces the fol. trouble to loosen perm laden
the Sponsoring rank for Troop three participated CIRCUIT described property In the Increase secretion and
Rotary Club, The lowest Club Meet left thanking Woodward Traywlck lowing dq!
occasion and Bradford State of Florida soothe and heal
of raw
First ,
that of Plaintiff County tencler
will bi-monthly meetIng ,
uruup.Troop Hlkemaster The regular Mrs Machioney for the peasant 'VaTatmadge to-wIt: N bronchial DlUCOUI
Committee; Joe E. Wll- Class. of the Community Club was she had given them. D. Traywlck, Lots II. 12 13. 14, of Blk 2T, Llv.Ingston matter now many Inedm
Scout must hour that Defendant.NOTICB. A Co' Addn to have tried, tell
Davis, registered at two- Truby your
A. Each afternoon dJugii t
It. :
Chairman; held on haveas TO DEFENDANT I 18, Township II South 'Ou bottle
eon Scout handbook.This Prof and Mrs. Morrow: STATE Starke, Her. ) a or Creomulaljn
; Dr. M. B. Her own an official thirty ''o'clock In the Club room. week Mr.Morrow's IN THE NAME OF TUB Range 22 Bast. understanding that
Treasurer this you
Robinson, and E. L. handbook must be broughtto The meeting was caled to order their guests OF FI-iORlDA. GREETING whoseresidence The assessment of the said property the way It quickly a.re
Frank Mrs. Traywlck. ailays
long, Mr. and TO: Talmadne said certificate la.u..d the
Troop parents the
regular Scout president Mrs.J. office address under or you are to have
every out-going post Unknown. your
the of
by Mor the name
Matthews. Miss was In
Frank meeting. If Scout comes to meet- Townsend who heard the I Morrow and his sister, Is unknown. said certificate shall be
Scoutmaster, the Rev. handbook he must I F. You are hereby required to appear redeemed Unless according to law, the I CREQMULSI
without committees. -, row.HazenWynn filed L
In geither ports of the standing to the bill of complaint described therein' will be
Robinson.: return home and get It or Following the transactionof I herein against you on or beforeMonday sold property to the highest bidder Bt th.
Assistant Scoutmaster and Mr. Curtis the flth ,nay of November.
Junior III. he will not be permitted to remain business the gavel was turned Miss Elaine Wynn ,
Robinson, marriage -
Eagle Scout Frank at the meeting. He will be Mrs.J. Hazen were united In ,

Senior Patrol Leader (Mohican ,'marked absent and this absence over. R. to Kite.the Other new president officers electedto last Sunday evening at five ,' o o ooo Facts That Concern 16u No, 19 o/a terleiL
Scout people
Patrols), Life considered an excused o'clock. They are young 'LroaJ(
ana, Wolf will not be serve for the ensuing year are: here and
Hayes. absence. Mrs. W. E. who are highly esteemed \
Knot! First Vlo -Presldent,
Bat I missed. They
Senior Patrol Leader ( Every Scout owning a uniform Second Vice-President will be greatly

Patrols), Life Scout Arch I must wear his full uniform to all Murphree Mrs. R. H.; Cox: Secretary Mrs.J. have the best wishes of the entire

Jr. Scout meetings unless notified community. I
Thomas, regular H. Moncrief; Treasurer Mrs. L.
Senior Patrol Leader beforehand not to do so. of those --
The names
Life Scout Michael A. attached for violat- F. Chapman. File folders at the Bradford
Grade Same penalty serving on the standing commit- \

Dew George ing this rule as is listed under tees were read by the respective County Telegraph. OOOO
Scout !
Troop Scribe, Life local rule No. 14. chairmen.A OTICfc ; ,
himself to all
Flynn. Every Scout presenting Notice In hereby given
Life Scoutr'.nmfr tea honoring concern to file any
Librarian, Court of Review (Troop whom It may
Troop before the the Rotate
followed the against .
outgoing officers and all claim
I'erryman.Troop Committee Meeting) must (If he ;of: j: Earl i Cook, deceased duly sworn IM N (
Librarian, Junior Grade, full uniform. Any business session For the occasion to. with the County Judge of bradford \\i AVA Dt.t.IOOjllIOO
one) wear month
owns Committee, of\ within eight!
Register. the Flower County
Class Scout Freeman a uniform and not publication of thlv
owning first
2nd Scout from the
which Mrs. Martin Grlner is chairman claims will be barred
wearing It before this committee notice or said (Sept. tilth, 1939. / ITAES WATCONWIDI1BR
Star Scout to had effective arrangementsof by law Thin '
Troop Cheermaster meeting will ,not be privileged Fall flowers throughout the Earl! Cpok Jr., Administrator 8-29 4t 10-20
Charles Jones. I stand the Committee examinationfor %.
Life In the main club .
Quartermaster, club rooms. COURT. EIGHTH
Troop advancement.If IN CIRCUIT
Scout Buddy Davis. each Scout does not advanceat room there was a beautifully appointed .nIUI'I" CIRCUIT DRAItVOHUCOUNTY.
with [ Vz .
Tenderfoot Scout tea table centered a O 1f
including -
Troop Bugler, least one rank thru and balanced STATE OF FLORIDA.
Futch. six months he bowl of October daisies IN l'Il.t'4RY. -
Mack Life, every : by
2nd Class with lighted lavender tapers In Dorothea L. Tucker a minor
Grubmaster, from the mem- her nest friend...
Troop be dropped Knight,
I will Alfred E.
candelabra. Mrs. J. E. : + RAISES: A
Scout, Edw'ard Ilrazle. bership of the Troop. After reach- ''I.crystal Complainantvs. 1 FIE WiWS tHDunt

The following are the Patrol Ing Life he must advance to the Townsend poured tea. Lynwood O. Tucker Jr., SHOULDERS
the musical was W5t6WQff; 'n1E
Leaders and members of of Eagle within 12 monthsor A lovely program Defendant. HUGE!
rank the Program Com- It appearing >>y an affidavit ap.Sanded .
Patrols: he will not be registered. presented by W, E. to the bill filed In the OF MANV' TAXAVfcfec fiVIr' 1KOSE
Bat Patrol-Life Scout Sonny unexcused meetings missed mittee consisting of Mrs. above-stated cause that Lynwood O.

llaynes. Patrol Leader; Scouts J. exceed If 6 consecutive (or 24 un- Murphree, Chairman. Mrs. S. E. Tucker. Pennsylvania Jr., of. 43 .Fourth, the defend-Htr..t.WII..on WHO PO rift' {'} U4i C Hfcf! P.-.

Harrell, Free- the Rltch and Mrs. L. A. Shepherd.Mrs. ant therein named la. a non-resident
Denmark, Bryan the )
E. during year
excused and a resident -
Lake Butler State of Florida,
Wilkinsonand Janie Mae Lee of : of the
man Register Edgar Scout will not be registered. Mustappear of Wilson 1'ennhylvanla. overthe AaX
Elbert Earl Thornton. Committeefor sang, with Mrs. Joe Hill Williams age of twenty-one years; It Is ....1t1 _. -
Life Scout before Troop 's. accompanist. Mrs. Williams therefore; ordered that'eald h..re.1 MI e. tAXES RAISEDBEER
Mohican Patrol any attempt to be reinstatedor resident defendant be and Is
Leonard Smith, Patrol Leader; registered under this rule. rendered a piano solo. Mrs. by required to appear to the bill on INCREAScG$;
William also of Lake Butler of complaint filed In said cause
Jones, T. M. Ryherd
Scouts Charles If 9 unexcused absences are no-
Baker, Edward Urnzle, Chester ted (consecutive) the Scout will delighted the audience with a BELCHING IS NO FUN I .

McKinney, Billy Lee and George be required to appear before the reading In negro dialect. bottle Belching is disagreeable and \ CUT GOVERNMENT
of Mrs.
Powell. Committee for consultation. Sue Biggs daughter often embarrassing. If you take a
Scout Duncan, :Jr..
Star and Rasper
Patrol Blgge,
Panther All applications for Merit spoonful of Blsma-Rex in a glassof

Buck McMillan. Patrol Leader; Badges must be filed one month both of Starke received hearty water after meals you can ex-

Scouts Buddy Davis, George 'with the Court of Review before applause with their novel duet.Following deli-. pel stomach gas quickly. Blsma- :

Flynn Bobby Biggs Comer Per- examination will be given. No the program a Rex: acts four ways to relieve acid. MANY BENEFITS FOR YOU AN01

ryman. and Warren Winkler. merit badge will be awarded unless cious refreshment course was Indigestion. Go to the Rexall ,

Wolf Patrol Star Scout Leon- Scout has first filed application served by the Social Committeeof Drug Store and ask for Blsma- H'E RAISED' THEMAMERICA'S BREWERS WANT
la ,
ard (Sonny) Peek Patrol Leader; with the Court of Review. which Mrs. J. C. Wallace Rex-50 doses for 50c-Carpen. 1 RETAILING WH

Scouts Mack Futch Steve St. Attendance badge will be given chairman. Acting as hostesses ter's Drug Store in Starke. $ HELP KEEP BEER
White and Steve Wel-I with Mrs. Wallace were Mr J. R. PROGI'
John Olin any ranking Scout at the closeof SOME AS BEER ITS ELF.
Mrs. J. H. Moncrlef and BUS SCHEDULE

don.The following are the examiners : member the year In provided good standing he has for been at Kite.Mrs. E. F. Reading.HAMPTON. North Bound DURING I93& IN WILL INTEREST LOCAL LAW AUTHOR!!

for the First and Second t a least B months of the scout year.1 Leave Starke: 2:45: : a. m., 12:33 )( /MAY Wt SEND WWlfto

Ranks with the particular require. than: p. m., 1:50 p. m., S p. m... 6:15: FLORIDAAN
Must not have missed more acktr. Uxiis4Brewer,f
froofcfef I t ,
ments of the advancements assigned 3 unexcused meetings during the lly !MU. Ada Nlmmo p. m., 10:15: p. m.South ,
to them: Dr. M. B. Her- Excused only for the following -- Bound !

long 1st Clara and 2nd Class; year. reasons: If attending Mr*. Forsyth HonoredWednesday Leave Starke: 2:20 a. m., 10:20a. _.._ r Ato 9R fie.

._... 2:20 .. m. 5:20: PWest m. '
First I Aid.Mr. constituted National or October; fourth.Mrs. Y' -

E. 1. Matthews, 1st Class Council regularly BSA Camp; If unexcused I Minnie Marchlony and Mrs. Bound to Tallahassee BEER..a beverage of moderation. t

Swimming.The but attending some other Troop Avy Turner entertained at the Leave Starke: 5:35 p. m. arrive 2 0K

Rev. Frank Robinson 1st meeting In not more than two home of Mra. Machioney with a Starke 12:35 p. m. .._- r

and 2nd Class, "Service and Uni- weeks later (signed statement miscellaneous shower In'honor of For free pick-up service (within ---

form," and "Living the Scout from Scoutmaster of Troop at- Mrs. Vasco Forsyth.The city limits) phone Lacy Con-

Oath and Laws." tended); If sick( will be excused large living room..was vav. agent

Scout Frank Robinson 111 1st if he brings written statement

Class "Signaling" "Cooking" and from the attending doctor that he

"Judging." 2nd Class "Signal- 'could not attend the meeting.

Ing." "Cooking." and "Safety." (Sick certificate will be accepted

Scout Enoa Hayes All Tender- only signed by physician) r p ter.DorVljna .' ,

foot requirements for becoming a of the Boy Scouts of 1 ,
Members ,
; V
Tenderfoot Scout; "Nature" for America Troop No. '70 of Starke _," : : ;}

let Class requirements.Scout are scouts William Baker Bobby .

Arch Thomas, Jr., First Biggs, Edward Bracle. Buddy
Class Requirements "Thrift 14 Davis J. E. Denmark Michael A.

Mile Hike." "Map Making" and Dew George Flynn Enos Hayes.

"Ax and Handicraft" Sonny Haynes, Bryan Harrell\, ond !
2nd Class 'gator
Scout Michael Dew Charles Jones Billy Lee Chester
requirements "Tracking, McKinney, Lester McMillan. Leon-

Pace," "Use of Knife and Hatch- ard Peek Comer Ferryman
.tt." "Fire Building. "Thrift George Powell Freeman RegisRobinson -

and "Compass"Troop ter, frank ill. Leonard

officers are selected for Smith. Arch Thomas, Jr., Elbert

their past achievements and for Earl Thornton. Steve Weldon,

their apparent ability for leader- Olin White, Jr., Edgar Wilkinson

ship. In this field of Scout actl- Warren Winkler Steve S. John

vuy the selection of officers has Mack S. Futch and Jack Hall- .

been made after due consideration Recruit.

and will with those the selected hope that fill their not only respective ;I Staying young is no trick if you tension nuke you feel younger

officers to the best of FLA. STATE FARM avoid things that cause those and sec better.

their ability but that they may By Miss Ki: Ti Wettter silver threads among the gold.

their practice of Scout principles lot easier Light Condition for a Few PennIeSfor
by It's. to
Mrs. A. F. White of Jacksonville stay young

set a high standard members of Scout.of the Is visiting her mother, Mrs. example if you keep away A Florida Power h Light Company.

Ing for to the work other toward and forth McLendon and brother Paul Mc- from poor lighting.Two out of IHMIM Jvi' Troop ate
community to respect. Lendon. three homes have it. and it's setae, tot your lighting with a phoroI ;

Officers are selected for a period Mrs. A. M. Basalt and Mrs. B. I DANGEROUS!. Let cheapelectricity datricwght-narrnAkhxJctaibtudayl)! J 1M

of one Scout year unless they A. King of Chattahoochee were bring you LIGHT ...___
week-end guests of Mr. and Mrs.frelton .
before that
Incompetent CONDITIONINGbulbs
time in which case they are re ENOUGH in
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Wallace\ will that are BIG "
and other "
turned to their patrols
leave Saturday for a two weeks BETTER-SIGHT LAMPS ? r
selected.Local .
rules governing B. S. A. visit In Kentucky. designed to give you glare- i s, /

Troop No. 10. by the Troop Com U. S. Marshal. C. S. Wauchula Dlsleong free, correct light. They'll save .y : +ty
and Mrs. DIMeong of ,.
rolftee: avoid those old-age x ., .
your eyes ; ,
visited Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Townsend F },
The lowest rank for Junior As- last weekend Mrs. Dls wrinkles that come from( qy,. ?
distant Scoutmaster will be 1eyears ""' ""
Mrs. Town- and eyestrain. They'llcure 7
and the rank of Life leong Is a sister of squint '
end. that dim-light nervous.iiolw' ; ?,;,

or Eagle.The lowest rank for Senior Miss Muriel Smith of Sampson
week-end guest of Miss :
Patrol Leader will be 15: years of City was

age and the rank of Life or Eagle. I Sadie Prince. I qi
Miss Prince anti Miss Smith attended #
The lowest rank for Junior Assistant

Senior Patrol Leader will the game In Luke City FI.t-1 .. --
be at least 6 months as a satisfactory day night.
I II .
Patrol Lender and the I I Miss\ Knza: Weaver who Is attending '

I I Massey Business Collegein
rank of Star ;
The lowest rank for Patrol lead, Jacksonville! spent the weekend :

with her mother Mrs. Roy
and the
be 14 of
er will years age
I .
rank of a First Class Scout. I Roberta.
Mrs. Jack Pendly of Stuart was
The lowest rank for Assistant
6 visiting Mr. and Mrs. B. C
Patrol Leader will be at least

months membership in Troop 70 I Prince last week. .
Mr I. F Chapman was guest
and the rank of Second Class. ,
The lowest rank for Troop speaker Tuesday evening at P.- I 1 1 i 1 1 1 4 l l

Scribe will\ be that of First Class. I '1'. A. meeting In East Palatka.

The lowest rank for Troop LIbrarian Mr. Chapman's subject. for the sI

will be that of 1st Class. I evening was "Bridges..

The lowest rank for AssUtant i Mrs. Radeel Geiger. Mrs. J E.


t ,

Bradford County High School Journal

-- ----- .
- -- -- --- -- -- -- -- 'h. .. _____ . __ __ .. _...._ ___. __ _- .. .. ._ n..._ .

I'------ I 1
---- STRKFLORflAfth1moyroflFR13
-- -
=- I -- ---- ------- ._ __ m _._._193V__ _. ._q_ h_ ._ .._.n... __ ___ __ .Hh.__ __ ._ __ NUMBKR' FIVK.

t' In ''.-.1 T.4'f F?- -Garb Jean BewellI Davis Elementary- Echoes Inquiring-Reporter I'm the B. II.Biadford S. JOURNAL High School I Madam Boolu Can You Imagine? LAKE CITY WINS

d I .In __ Harp..r -
;' ..-dlt:( ( Frank Robinson GRADE NEWS Question of the week-Oct. 9. Journal OVER TORNADOES
tit .i pat'' Arch Thoma. Our room is enjoying school this -'If you had one wish! that would Harbored in the Telegraph; Dear Madam Boolu, Mr. Williams without his usual -
Loral Bennett term. Mr. Williams has Time need They say you have to be a football mile. 7Wby
given Magazine not
club us come true, what worry Bradford Limea
would To Lake
KlUabeth Plummer you wish? I City
hero to get along with a beau- has mustache
a bat and ball About Tracy no
I journalistic craft.
pel ,'lara Mae Harley are surely Frank Robinson "Wish my
: I Night
could Friday
,raphY r._ M. UaIneI. having fun with It make A's without But, nevertheless, B. H. S. tiful girl. Now, tell me, do I longer 1Margaret
studying. have any chance at all? Do I without those big
? WIWine Emma Allen brought Give It. news to me,
Elemel1ury us some
Kllllnlr.worth Carlton Chastain: "We'd win all have to be second B. H. S. stepped out of its
,'Ida And a Ralph Nettles brown eyes? -
plants fate results
They are on of school
very pretty. my
p..I.1 Reporter Miss Edwards baa been reading I of the games this year." Are published week by week. to make a hit with that certainone Why Joel la and Juanita are al- class last Friday night, which Is

rt Town.nd, Joe Gre"n Ella Barry Loul.e about the Bobbsey Twins to us. I I I English Kay Sargent!" : "A good grade in The clock beats steady, markingtime ? always ready to get back to really Columbia the truth High when School they In tackled Lake- ,
B"tty .
CreeP. We I'm bangIng on to the end of. Brooker?
I uatln, and are learning our tables. I
I : City Advanced information
Stern, Jack Halle. .. Claude Johns was elected clase Sadie Prince: "I wish every Of Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, my rope in a cold sweat. Betweenmy Mrs. Perkins teaching history that Lake City had a small team was

-- president, Marlon Crews, vice- body would be happy." Then two more, and the next one' shyness and chronic lack of Instead of mathematics which proved to be unreli ,.

EDITORIALBMber president, June Bell, Secretary. I I Alice St. John: "I wish there Is well-known as rush-day, sigh- nerve, I find myself dangling The Lawtey girls divided ? able. Bradford having very 19 men In -

Claude Johns, reporter. weren't any wars." day. helplessly. Look at Popeye the Ruth Simpson being quiet? uniform 38
against Lake
-- disUa I Eleanor St. John: "I always It.. type, type, type. Sailor Man, be ain't no football Why Doris Mae and Estelle were This enabled Lake City to substitute City.

| Columbus actually FOURTH GRADE want good health." And hope, hope, hope hero. and I like spinach. I'm so so happy Monday?
) doubt- freely, and each of their
America la gravely We have a little worm in a jar. That Tom or Dick or Harry much better looking than 01' Popeye Mr. Whlttimore wearing a
Mural teams
number of sources.wr : "Wish I had more are o f almost equal :
1111 great I We don't know the kind he is because clothes." Will get his article in on time that when we're together bright striped tie? '

we recognize him asIDC I he is all spun up in a web. j To print the needed dope. people think he's the goon. Why those rings don't come? strength. '. ':
discovered It and have reed I Jack Shepherd There were two touch-down in
: "Lawtey was a Don't lose your patience, seniors! !
We are also learning how to Miss Stump checks every word of Please drop a hint to my girl.tellln' .
1 October 12. Columbus Day. little closer. the first half, and one In the last :
keep healthy. We are learning i me her if she thinks football
to our citizens. I Betty Stringfellow: "I wish I quarter; Bradford put on seven
reminder good health habits and have been Before I leave the school heroes are the only kind that exist BrightEyes
would always know what the punches on three occasions and
-reit t might be our amazement. collecting health pictures. Theseare was At 3:30: on Monday; she shoud'a seen me when I
right thing to do." were bogged In Lake
of deep! City -
4 We turn back the pages on our bulletin board. I That's another rule. shot that lion in Africa. \
actual truth. I Helen Dowling: "I wish Among those attending the territory. '
the my
| and find To the Bradford Telegraph
ory The boys have chosen County Waiting with tears In t
cannot, and since- sides In radio were fixed." my eyes! Lake Clty-Starke game Friday Comments reaching us from I
mice we baseball and are having a good Marian "hold that tiger" Billy Dowling. were: Francine, Arch and Hazel,
"I wish \
of Dowling: that Lake critics
as It does, the picture I I'm then taken to be printed, Dear "hold that I City were Bradford

i..hitC, milinz the ocean blue" time.We I had graduated last year." And after final .ten down lh..ro_ _..___._ __ ..__tiger_ "'u, __u.n Emmet-. and- Llssy- Jenell- -and. Ed--- had the best second year I ... \
filtered;; -on American minds. are sorry that Wilbur Turner -I Dot Green: "I wish the right im-qUItthihi ir-It-'htntedl: ; hero.lucres uu neru line a. JOOIDHII win St. J., Urace and Dot, the team they had ever encountered. 4

has been sick and boy would new romancers-Vernon and Pat,
hope that come along. The
Starke boys received val .
been doubt But here's the thing, and think of ,
,ere has never he will be back next week. Rivers Hundley: "Ditto." and Sadie and Buck Crawford. uable experience, which will en- .
landed off
I die famous Italian Dear Madam Books -
Gainesville held the attention of
Teacher, Mrs. Andrews. -. bear it in nozzle able them to play an Improved
[coast of this country some- your Its six months and eighteen Frank R. tell
Saturday-Frank us
Irt, at some time, but his tor- Reporters, Janette Priest and J. They Say I wouldn't be worth a plugged days 'til school's out. Can't you, more. Was It a blond or bru- contests.type of football In the coming

[ hive debated back and forth R. Mann. lead dime oh can't you do something to nette 7Margaret

0 i whether he actually landed More football players were able If the staff didn't spend on me shorten the time T My brain Is already Juanita Tonight we play Bunnell High '

a) West Indies in 1492. In f IFTH GRADE to play in the second game than A dickens of a lot of thudENTREATI" sprained to a pitiful extent, and reportan School here. Early season pre- '
Our teacher has finished read- Interesting game In Gainesville dictions give Starke an equal
discovered the
b, Columbus expected. and if something Isn't done, and
Ing us "The Pickaninny Twins" Saturday night. Mississippi, chance with Bunnell. Enthusiasm
Doris H. and
Jack S.
it I Indies. resented quick, I Shall hide in my big bass
and is reading us "Uncle Remus." what had to last By Revah Summersglll horn and Florida. : Sadie, didn't I see! Is running high, and It la confidently Jh
Mammy and
and at any rate, say never come out 'til I '-
r any discovered, and here We hope that she will hurry and week. Be careful :Mammy theydon't Time, keep yc'ur hands off; think it's safe. If they find me you and Dan, too? felt that the Starke team

tare rica living was in the part known get through with this book and pull out your hair. Lift not a finger! missing some day soon I will "Start young," Is my motto will tuck another victory under t

I'.S.A. read us another one. I That D. C. has found that argu- You who are old and bent, more than likely have gone to Atta Boy Nina and George. their belts. .. '

lit States of America, We are studying about Africa ,|, ing doesn't pay, especially with Let these days linger Utopia. However, If I can. in You've got an early start --- '

United and are collecting pictures about Waldo. some wise, obtain some relief Those Keen in Jax thin week end Mammy Sez
been a land of refuge Let his feet tread
always adventure. In the 1700'sIshmen It. There are quite a few pictureson I I All the girls are falling for the The hills young gaily, lightly; from my scholarly activities, andIf. were Mr. and Mrs. Williams, -
heard wild tales about our blackboard and. we hope to new socks the football players are Bringing him back to me before I go hog wild, some solution Estelle and Alene, Jeanette P.. What's dls I hear 'bout some

get some more. I wearing. of how this may be borneIs Ree ThedeThat cute office girl ob our little senior girls taktn de
I and and whole
In America scampered I Straight nightly.
found and The pupils have drawn some Karl came home complaining bit upon, I will remain In -and Mrs. Vandivere. teacher's exam In. February You
They no gold, I .
j luxury, but they helped form lctures of hills, trees, and roads. about those short socks he wore Leave his smile still untouched, Starke. Now, It la up to you to Bright l Even: went 'way up Into know de smart ones hab natur- '

in the Friday night. What His heart find that solution. Please and whom do ally flunked die "third de-
|hiutory of the U. S. A, andy We also have some drawings game unstung, Kelp Georgia you sup same
we have golden freedom. native huts. ofl) was wrong Karl did they crampyour Just for a little while me, I'm desperate. pose I saw. .--That Frankie Gay all gree," so what can us dumb ones '

E. Z. Lee has missed a number -' toes? He is still so young. Lest you forget, done up In a new frockpurely expect TUnderatand j 4

of days because of sickness. That Coach actually called Frank "Fugitive from a ChainGang" cute. dat Sam Simpson U
eet Our SeniorsIVA Rhodes blockhead at He is so quick with his In love
can't find
Ralph a actually -- out .
We hope he will be able to come Robinson Doris and<< Odell Hlnsou visited ,
to practice the other day, but Ralph Pity and laughter; In Palatka Sunday. who she Is, but all things do come
school regularly. I
MAE LEWIS I said that be didn't make it quite Let his youth touch your heart. Dear "Fugitive Bright Eyes. out, you know!

i March the twentyeightheen Reporter, Billy Smith.Teacher that plain. In fact he said, Keep grief 'UI after. Shame, shame. You'd go crazyIn Patsy, does you honestly like

jt hundred and twenty-two, Mrs. Hart.j "Quick Ralph, put on your helmet C Utopia-there's nothing to dat Pepsi-Cola boy ? I can say
He haa learned bow to be ,
own i teed baby girl was born I IIr. _hopA-__ nnrviAa___n__ A_ wnrvlnprltpr-nnn___ I _. I argue about! You'd have to come Whirlwind Facts dill___ _much___.__.h__*_ _mhnf___ _am__ A- _awAn n _.. I 1
FIFTH GRADE /Slower in caring. back here leant.
Mrs I Alvarez has Chauf- at once a week. swell hear dis "Dave"
and K. J. Lewis. Dorothy a guyl ( ),
I We ordered 10 Time, youth is tender As for school here's '
have new library a suggestion.Just The with Bunnell tonight
1 her life Iva Mae has made :, feur who is delighted to have the And to game Why are you so angry wid
quick despairing.Lay
fcome in Brooker. When she books and hope they will soon be I privilege of bringing her to shut your eyes, turn around will be the second one played on Mammy, Jack ? De truth does

here. We have been enjoying ten times, and say Presto homo to date. So far the
|uated from Brooker Junior school. your new burdensOn ground hurt sometImes I I And you too
"Tales From Uncle Remus." feels Changeot and It will end. What, Tornadoes have won one game, Doris '
Anderson understands all
i In 1937 she continued her I That Lyle more some calloused shoulder- ---Mammy

Satkm In Bradford where she We have had several parentsto at home in the office than he doesin Bring all his pain to me, It didn't work? Well, it's only and found defeat once Last die young love though.

I i to finish this year. visit us during the week. Wehavej Study HAll. Time, 'til be t la older.. five months, eighteen days 'til week's results. at Lake City were Eatelle A.-who has you "snow-

her likee-'ar. finished making,' our claas-k: Mrs. Williams pleads with Jean Hygela. April Fool's Day I disappointing, but were, no doubt, ed under" honeychlld ?

mg swimming.If. room'decorations for Hallowe'en.Mrs. not to type ao fast because It -. for the best Two'victories In a Dat Juanita had a scrumptioustime

playing Chinese Checkers, Shepherd, teacher. I t takes too long to grade her speed There's A Rumor That I Dear Madam Doolu, row, at beginning of football sea at de Flu.-Miss game Sat-

I making friends. Conceited Mine is a problem of social eti son might have made the boys too urdav niorht.:

e neither i have no does place In Iva Mae's SIXTH GRADE I tests.Our boys aren't welcome in Louise Stern-;and;: Alta Smith quette. I am going to a dinner confident Now, with this balance -I Wonder .what's de matter wid

Literature nor looked all party next week, and before I goI the next game will be Interesting Arch and .
$g drinks Our room has very pret- Lawtey. Well, Lawtey boys, show quite an artistic ability in Grace ?
want to
ty this week with cut flowers that these Starke girls have to say is drawing football player*-number get this problem clearedup to note. I De senIor cheer leaders for die

Mae weighs one hundred different pupils have brought. that when Starke goes to Lawtey; 52 for example. : How should I hold my knife Coach in really putting the boys: week am Juanita and. Margaret.One .

twenty-five pounds and is The pictures of Imaginary flowers I you are welcome to come to I when I eat? Everywhere I go, through. Every afternoon after thing in dere. favor-dey has
Ifct and six inches tall has Iris Crews likes 'em medium, people look at me as though I I I
that we drew and painted add Starke. school, they are out on the side powerful big mouths!

.hair and a fair complexion. much color to the room too. I I Elizabeth had a wonderful timein light and redheaded now Insteadof were some rare animal. In spite field In lens time than It takes to I I I Nelson Moore have you turned '
tall, dark, and bowlegged. of the
fact that I endeavor to
ley's Business College is her We elected the following officers Jacksonville last Thursday aft kill a dead tick And there they to de State Farm again You ole
Ralph Nettles likes to play hold I'I
after it in the most
t she Is graduated from this month I I ernoon. graceful posi- remain working like locomotives,| Romeo!
to : '
ord! and then to secretarialthe serve President Bradley I The boys have got their belt paperdolls.Mrs. tion I know how. Why do some until way, late in the afternoon. '[ Everett haa you done re-
Betty Hayes, ; Williams is one or the best people show their Ignorance to '
Vice-President Merry buckles at last They are prettytoo. Along about five-thirty the Tornadoes formed ? I ml
Geiger, ; !I'I liked teachers on the ,faculty. such extent? They all act like !
senior class wish start home Example Dat Andrew Iff
you Billy straggling Redding naturally
Beth Knight,
| Sadie Prince is going truly they were raised In barns--looking I
e luck possible in your Treasurer Collette I : Chastaln In his powder Is a studying guy-he's always '
Overstreet, ; American In her wearing apparel at me so funny, aa though they'dnever
r. I I blue outfit, dragging down Temple carrying a lot of papers 'round! '
Green Librarian. Jingles
Primary -moccasins and all that sort seen anything done correctly -
:Mrs. Searing, teacher. football shoes slungaround Enos Hayes I I. quite a "ladles' ,
of Can tell me what Is
LPH you
EUGENE RHODES his neck. man" 'round 'bout!

August 5, 1922, a great SIXTH GRADE Primary AftaemMy Warren Frederick Is considered. wrong? Joe Public was a swell fellow to Helen you've been miming too
e The primary assembly was most one of the politest boys in the wondering how,
came much
into school.
the household We 'have elected new officersfor turn out to our first game to such
last Thursday when Junior Class. Francine "Ignorance Is bliss"
P'Rhodes family here in our this month. They are as follows enjoyable a great extent. II. H. S. appreciate Dose report cards sho did give
King spoke IV is causing some Fisher
the Reverend Lloyd History ,
|city of Starke--Ralph was the strong support he gave us-all a big scare! Thank goodness -
: and told them a heretofore careless students to
I to the children
President, George Oliver; Vice- happened. Dear "Ignorance I is bliss" us that nightthe grand turn Its all over now. t

M young man started to President, Roger Mathews; Secretary story that never the, never amusing story study.Members of the squad Sometimes, sad as it may seem, out-and hope he will keep It up. Garland (big stuff), why do you i

I I here at B, H. S., and this Mary Lee Overstreet; Treas-, Proceeding Catherine Judd gavea complaining of sore pep throats we must go with the majority. Whether or not it will rain tonight know so much about love? You
he Is one of ( by Rev. King were Alas, the time has come, when should, though; ain't It grand ? '
our most dls- urer, Donald Baker. reading "Ten Little Soldiers." after the Green Cove game. We ; whether or not the
"bed seniors. following committees were you must put aside all false pride will again be muddy i Is worth Lots ob IT,

The I wonder why. and _marrh____ with.. __ the_ tide,__ _u__ __.__ ... __ &_ 'L_ MArnmiJ'
"teg fair grades in all his appointed: FIRST GRADE There was much moaning and n n n H wondering une IIHCB 10 reau me .

a i and his favorites are Housekeeping Chairman Ber-I We have a new flower box. It gnashing of teeth-and a few Confectlonally yours numbers on the boys' jerseys! --- .------ I

aatic and English. nice Cooper D. W. Thomas Sarah Is nearly filled with flowers. sighs of relief when the report Madam Boolu With their faces 1 In the condition Kings and Crowns '

''i ph l Is a good sportsman, and Emma Crews, Margarette Red- Catherine Judd gave a readingIn cards were received last Wednes they usually are during the courseof -

In for good clean playing.on I the Primary Assembly on Through the KeyholeThat a game, jersey numbers are Hurled Eleven Hundred Year

the {.lilt string football ding.Library Chairman Wanda day.The Junior and Senior English the public' only chance at Iden- One of the most romantic

and recew,d a Bradford B Pearce. Dorothy Mott, Walter Thursday.Miss Middleton, teacher. classes have taken a new Interest pretty blue eyed Loral tification. And when they get so crowns In history lay hidden In

Standing playing on the In poetry. seems to have Intelligence whenIt that you can't even tell the colorof the mud, eleven hundred years!

Dew.Windows, O. J. Underhill. We are very proud of our gold. & comes to studying English IV. them-even a brilliant red- It was the jewel crown of Reces-

year he I Flowers, Agnes Lewis. fish and fish-house given to us by Society Sam really looked handsome in what then vlnto. ancient King of Spain. He

"Speed acquired which the nlck- News Chairman Mary Lee Dotty Sue Biggs. his blue suit Sunday Coach really has a soft spot in wore It a few times, then hung It
has tuck
WelL Overstreet. Imogene Nettles. I We thank Henry Broskey for those attending the Fla.- Helen certainly likes to drive his heart for the football. Idle up like a chandelier. When the '

I''Is Vice-President Paper, Jerome Johns. the cat-fish. Among Gainesville Satur- that gray Ford. Talking about rumors have it that he harboredit Moorish Conquerors swept over
of the In
class and Bulletin Board Chairman Don We thank our mothers and MIss., game driving Billy Jackson gives hIs under his coat the other day at Spain in 714, A. D., a group of

III1n\ttee\ ( to was select chairman the sen-of Patrey J. W. Keen, Herbert grandmothers for coming to P.-T. day Juanita night Barefoot were: Margaret Murial Pearce Smith,, I Blue Model A a fit. fire drill! his loyal followers hastily burledIt

i rIngs Crews. A. Thursday. They won the Prince Emmett Ferryman, Ralph really likes to tease poorL. Following Is a notable new yell: In a field to save It. The crown I
Sadie ,
of his Program-Chairman Ester Grif-' prize for us. We had four grandmothers H, could it be about Lawtey Yea Red! Yea Black! seemed lost forever. But, In 1859
likes Green Rivers
Grace and Dorothy !
gjr1l, (especially dancing from, fIs. Cora Lee Strickland Coolidge present of which we are I and Garland Godwin. Jean Davis can really play St. Yea Tornadoes it wa rediscovered; and today it
one Hundley
that they Louis Blues. It 5 is because hangs again in the Cluny Museum '
n City), and football. His Gassett. very proud. We hope I Those attending the B. H. S.- Maybe Fight back!
a ire: Art-Chairman Margaret Red- will come back and vote for us Rivers a certain boy likes It. HI DE HI, HI DE HO, still bright and beautiful. .
people 118d Lake City game: Hundley,
1flach ding, Ben Kite. again next month. Grace and Dorothy Green Murlal Betty went to the game Satur- Yea Tornadoes, -

I he Miss Kennedy, teacher. We took a field trip. We gath- day night in Gainesville. How Let's GO! Duplex&: Dladtin
e Plans school this -.-- ered wild flowers. We learnedthe Smith Francine Fisher Patsy do you do It, Betty? -._ When we look back in ancient
enter Roberts Juanita Barefoot Enos
lUck, West Point. I SOPHOMORE; ;NEWS: names of the most common I That cute Leon Moore seems to Old Jokes Egypt, to see what the welt-

,I itSicea Ralph.to You have Well another game Is past, and ones. We then drew them free Hayes Nina Freddie Bishop Wlmberly., Alice George Hard- : be the lady's man. How about It dressed Pharaoh was wearing we ,
get Flynn,
placed hour Is gone. ? come across a clever bit of
of the girls politic
-._ .the tenseness Jewell Hazel Smith Everett ;:
band.We ing, Reddish! -"Can you lend me five .
Over and over again it happens. thank Tommy Harding for The old cone-shaped crown
First Emmett Perryman. Elizabeth dollars for month old ?"
Fire Drill the getting ready book. I Idoem't I a boy of the Lower Nile wu red that -
The up
the library Estelle Mammy Why
Plummer, Hugh Ingram Ralph-"What would a month, of the
of the outcome, Mrs. Roberts, teacher. Upper Nile was white.
... the wondering Austin Arch Thomas, JenelleHutchlnga old boy. do with five dollars?" ,
.edneaday In all over. Such Is When one Pharoah ruled both '
this term's and then It's Billy Dowling. Mrs.: :Jack Williams

re to drill i it took exactly 3 life. and football games. Sorrywe New Band Members -- ..-.- .i'....."..-.. -_ _...-"._I..._..._.._._.. ,I .a,.._,.,..-nr.uv.___.___._..__. kingdom, he had to please two
Clear the But keep your - sets of subjects; so he wore both ,,
dents. building of lost though. I SCHOOL BOY PATROL does Milo Sponbolti hold hid I A man ran for sheriff in a small 3t
we'll show 'em. crowns at once, and everyone was )
.Q4 Period the chin up boys the lOP home The studen-d; faculty with After one month the patrol is mouth open continually lit the I town and was defeated. H* got satisfied.-Life Magazine

ring slgnaJ.-tbrH If you notice Joyouswar to welcome the new members of getting along well. They have world that amazing? 55 vote out of a total of 3500 and _- -. J t
unexpectedly, indicat- room letting out cornea In. In whatever is Estelle Austin the next he
week during the band, namely: Franc served efficiently ghost writer day walked down the A Telling Stroke
whoops this Whitfield Vir- they were assigned They for Lizy Plummer 7 street with two ,
1IrlU, don't let it I Fisher Roberta duty guns hanging The hare easily caught the tor-
out qUietly and smoothly home-room period, Sewell. Mary Lee Over- have three posts which they serve aren't we born educated? from his belt. tots*. "Old "
strengthened find why so j ginia man, he sneered, r
the en- bother you. for you'll I Register.All dally. One post on the road and aren't wishes realities "You
Jig fact Tuesday aft- street, and Freeman were not elected and you : "you'r not much of a runner are
?lOg vac that pupUs had much laughter some of these very adept additions two on the grounds; one at the did Tracy shave that unnecessary have no right to carry guns," fellow you?"

o conduct tlon. forgotten ernoon. We must sayIt' ) to the band play drums except north end and one at the south patch he sported on his up- citizens told him. "No," admitted the tortoise "I i .:

hi. IOrt. tbeelvee in a Not much news.for reporter in Roberta, who plays the saxa- end of the grounds. The patrol also per Up? "Listen folk," h* replied "A thing I'll try for the crew. You r
a dull week served at the Green CoVe- can't we hav our cake and eat
lPLdei man no more friend than I
phone. se am quit at horn In a shell. ,
front arch4 silently out the "school situation. Francine plays bass dram and Stark football came and will It too 1doee I've got in this county need4 to 1''

.. tAe aide and back Reporter Margaret, Freeman. Virginia, and Mary LoN serve at the next game. everybody !love a parade 1eu" carry guns." School supplies of all kind for
building, and at the Buddy Davis and Frank Robinson reporter. everybody' ban his way? (
play snare drum. L. )l. Gaiaes. aaJe at the Telegraph ottlce.t -'
to da..... Ilatb.... ,


.. .' ..: "c-. 4'.... _.'.,s.. ..-....-_- _ _ -


) ----_.-,, ,-. ....;t' ".'" 1 ,,"orI\I'I"!\ ;; ,::. ;'I't"'l'' '1j'W' ,

.. FlUD.OC1'OnF.1t
I'm banKing
I '1 .

FOUR -- 1 Mrs. E. M. Davis Hostess I Carolyn Callstreet perlences in 'f i," ,* f or'

CLUBS \ To Presbyterian AuxiliaryMrs. paragraph in n. ,- v ek
I SOCIETY and M. Davis was host* "- Maybe OPn! ,.?)'' '
i _._ ._ .- -- I to the Ladles' I Hears All Prints All stories i I, ,.,IItj 1avably <
night ,
ess Tuesday 1 Sees All. Pi
Guests j Auxiliary of the Presbyterian IStarka's' Just prejudiced be too 3t, ,
I II Maybe m prir
made Can't get Heard that .,
i was Folks defeated -
I Marriage Is Solemnized church, and her Hell-o Tenlna Team was *
Ilazen-Wynn, Present at Reunion with bowls and the crowd of Starkeltes at in Jax again Paul Knight in ./?, ',7 In

XV&A+ Baptist, Church In Hampton Sunday corsage of white I L....-seventy-five.._- guests were!I IADOU more of attractive choice roses. over the game in Lake City Friday by Sunday Springfield. Twice In two weeks ago s.; ,.*. !}> 11"
her vases last oStarkettessurp
wedding of charm and simplicity Borles at the family reunion held O. E. Stans- tremendous turn out better pie walking ,110'01, ?j \\It'
A and valley lilies. present I' The president, Mrs. Night a tries Maybe they are '" lie
Halite\ gardenias Mr. and home t
that of Miss at the home of Mrs. R. F. full of be ,. ,]
was Mr GuyH. Saturday bury, presided and a grandstand players than our boys 8. "IIN. other
daughter The matron of honor \ Pinholster in Lake devotional encouragement for What a thrill ,, .
Elaine Wynn, youngest bride's maid, Mrs. I. W. Clark conducted a folks is great n t" Qmeone
of Mr. and Mrs. Leaston Andrew Sale, and the wore teal Butler. The reunion was in hon service consisting of Bible read- the team "Twas a good clean of SherttfAndreau's home fl'l
and Jamea Mrs. James Ritch, each P. S. Colaon. H. I I know we So sorry to bear
Hampton Mrs. H. Yeah
of and Mrs. .
Mr. Oh
Wynn and dresses, with har- or of :lag, prayer and song. game too accident Tough my must In *
afternoon residing
of Mr. and now
blue loses A
Purvis Hazen, lion formerly of Brooker, of the programand win, but one team I pie for the Teache
1 carried had charge didn't ,
and wish
accessories, I Young We youaspeedy I wand '
E. M. Hazen of Brooker, vest wine El Paso, Texas. Mr. on an and there's the law luck Sheriff the 0
Mrs. audience
of yellow chrys- in she took her every game Others on the only Bmg loing 'hc
o'clock visit-
which took place at five tailored bouquets Mrs. Colson have been to the mission or, don't you recovery Voc
and makes
Talisman trip of averages Is feel- you v,8h
with Imaginary Johns
afternoon at the First anthemums tied and relatives in this sick list A. H. m had
Sunday ing friends fields of Alaska. think so 1Grandstand he Is so you "ould
The I better give
Church: of Hampton. ribbon. state for the past ing much tether her
Baptist Mrs. L. A. section of the During the social period the Glancing There'sGary to his bed .
was per- mother confined
Colaon still
ceremony The bride'a I '' Mrs.
Impressive several weeks. hostess, assisted by her daughter. haven't seen him this Overheard ,
formed by the Rev. Charles Robinson Wynn, wore an afternoon dress Pinholster are sisters. served delicioushot Overstreet, Ralph Cox returned home in lh JtfM,

pastor of the church. I' of navy blue crepe. end her corsage -i I Mrs.The main feature of the day Miss Jean Davis,sandwiches and' since he moved from Starke to week from the Alachua County "She really covered( that' WeoJdl

The church was beautifully decorated was of Talisman rones. The I was 'a large and delicious dinner chocolate, Lake City If It Isn't Sullivan Hospital Ralph has been trans- could even tell IOU the Bra
mother, Mrs. E. M. massive cookies. he to the Live Oak Office of of hose worn
with yellow chrysanthemums bridegroom's I served In the open under the Carter (remember when played ferred by m ,
yellow gladioli and white Hazen was attired in an afternoon -, oak trees beside the Pin- Has for B. H. S.?) Well! well! the F. S. A., so we'll be mlssln'him To the last rin, Caa

Easter Lilies, against a background dress of black crepe and holster residence and those par- Woodmen Circle Jimmy Long (the long tall Jim- around when he gets well With sincere ap... IKie u Lon

of palms and burning her corsage was of red roses I taking Included four generations. District Meeting Oct. 12. Long, who lives at Klngsley enough to go back to work fellow-And 'pologie, 'C ... w

tapers In candlabra and single Mrs. L. A. Canova wore an aft- Among those enjoying the day The northeast district convent my In the summertime) Guess A Quick Kick Got a kickback be parodlers: '
of black cnirion velvet and ,. Elmo _truth. Re-
model /% woodmen from
Pinholster F over % u-- -
holders. ernoon with Mr. and Mrs. tlon of the Supreme: u'e' he's looking the situation Lives of Shagge. al),
As the guests assembled Mrs. with a corsage of yellow\ Mr. and Mrs. Colson "were Guy Circle was held yesterday. Jimmy Is one of the outstanding member we took a dig at him In We can also kick ,, remind\
and button his no
of blossoms and Mr. with a Jax.) week's column about spin
L. A. Canova played a program gladioli Pinholster and family Thursday in Alachua players on St. Paul's I Team ( last
followed chrysanthemums. Mrs. Big g a Ward of Jacksonville Starke pres this sea- timekeeping at the Starke-Green And departing leave behius.
Buptlal music and was and Mrs. Carl large delegation from They play Lake City
by Mrs. Ethel M. Biggs singing wore an afternoon dress of Eliza! Mrs. Mamie Clemens of ent. Mrs. Maude Andrews, of this son Dorothy Green sho has Cove game? Elmo says youcan.t .

"Ah! Sweet Mystery of Life"Victor beth blue crepe. Her shoulder Miami Troy Andrews and family city. was acting District Presi- got the pep, oodles of "Wim keep time with a stopping Footprints on .\11otIler"shin..

( Herbert) and "I Love You corsage was of yellow gladioliand I and S. V. Andrews and family of Wlgor and Wttallty" George stopwatch Elmo you're noth- And I ain't Jusi saym that >' ,

Truly" (Carrie Jacobs Bond). The button chrysanthemums. I Morrlston, Elton Baxter and fainny dent.The afternoon meeting was a Manassa and, Billy Graham are by ing but a buckpasser Wonder what Bunnell has th
Lohengrin"was Mrs.,Hazen was graduated from I and Mrs. Wood- .'.- Notlcin News Jean Davis
"Prtdal Chorus from schoolIn of Gainesville Mr. closed session with only far B. H. S's biggest boosters I B. H. S., hasn't Spec I'M
and the Bradford County high i Beulah Dukes and about ,a the School Sheet like a
processional and Mrs. Circle members present something handles
used as a her Will Dent men Did I hear vestigate, see YOU t the ga
Mendelssohn's "Wedding March" the Class of 36 and by her I and baby of Alachua, Angus Belling -i was held In the Alachua Woman's bet? Could be I veteran in the Newspaper game. .
ag a recessional. pleasing disposition Mr. Hazen' and family of Worthington Club building from 1:30 until S Currently Call Mac Toff a- '. She's Editor-in-Chief So long, see you] In the n,
in marriage friends by the score. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Mottof o'clock. The period was taken up ? Is a.t' Mullet left Thursday for Mississippi : -
given .
The bride was of the B. H. S., Springs lete( remember him girls bride I hope
is also a graduate Rudolph initiations home the
E. and Mrs. work to bring
her brother-in-law, T. Brooker Mr. with rutuallatlc for a few weeks .
by in bank again
there the
and had 1 having finished his course C. W. Colson and school of Instruction held by Unless 1 have been misinformed
of Gainesville; Andrews and and a returned Satur- IT'S COMING
Duncan, Al Manassa
,Class of '34. He Is a young Mrs. Ida make the mar-
Mrs. Guy the of starke. Mr. and the State ,President Mrs. In Kustis Martha and Mullet
her matron-of-honor family from a visit ,
a* andIs night
What? Parent-Teacher
and ability day October Carali
and man of of New River, Mrs. of Pensacola, who was vows Saturday,
Fernandez riage
Hlnton Sale, of ; merchan- M. F. Wiggins with brother Henry Henry When? Hallowe'en

ai bride's maid Mrs. James Ritch tile now business connected in with Brooker a ,where ,R. ]:f., Johns and family, Mrs.Mr. and M. the, ,honor gueat. of the conven returned with Al for the week- 14th at,the.Toney. Our Home best In wishes Shu-, Where? Bradford Park.October
and Miss
Mr. Hazen Barney1'Cone buta *
Farm. Mrs.. tion. Fla.-Mlsw.
of the State will make their end Attended the ? To purchase sound
biB* cousin, the young couple and .family of .Lake Butler >t, o'clock a banquet was../.. held,. Saturday riWjolJ "shoes, etcri.rj-u;: : wish we Why i
had aa his best man home. __ j, .r,,.Sapp!.. I., '. : r football :game* !,.Galne v1lle tlon picture equipment for B,
I : :
Lv'A. Brown Jr., of Brooker and in Hotel. night Harold Wall in could be present visual
to inaugurate
the ushers were Wlnfred Hazen, ReceptionImmediately 4 --- The night meeting of the convention e_....ft Saturday: Jus' returnedfcuwu Gene and Hazel Matthews are S.,Objective? $500.

brother of the bridegroom and after the ceremony Double Birthday DinnerMr. began in the Woman'sClub ,from a biz trip to Milwaukee ." due In the latter part of the week -

both of Brooker. the church. the wedding party Goodman en- at 8 o'clock and was open to of the
Resale Colaon, at I and Mrs. Earl Imagine leaving that part ,efl-p -._._
Lovely Bride relatives and friends repaired to tertained with a dinner and the public.) The district dead country with.the "World SeriesIn

blonde was the home of the bride's parents birthday shower at their home on were honored, and 25-year service full swing" that's, wiflt FREE
a petite
The bride her black tailored suit Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Wynn wherean Madison Street Monday honoringMr. pins were awarded to nine mem- of sumpin' I'd have i;
In power
lovely with white trim. black acces- Informal reception was held. Goodman's father J. D. Goodman bers of the .Order. Mrs.District Vonda been tempted to travel in Dl Mig- GREASE WASH JOBS-FOR
decorations in the home were birthdayat Inman of this city, and
The who celebrated his glo'a direction What's a few OUR SERVICEd
of yellow and white glads and that time. The occasion served -II Manager of the Order presided hundred miles T'I THOSE USE

dahlias bowls. arranged On the porch in baskets there was and a double Goodman's purpose birthday.as It was al- ,lasted over the until tiIoht-"aS".n: 9:30 o'clock.which The Rainin Rice' Elaine! and We. are equipped i to ren er expert service i;

placed a beautifully decorated so Mrs. arrived before noon Starke Degree Staff was in chargeof I Purvis were united in Marriageon starter motor, complete ignition -
in Sunday
Trade The guests schedule in Hampton on generators,
and -
lace cloth assisted
with a
your table covered 12 o'clock a the opening program
and promptly afternoon. Such a sweet wed- break service-having a com
'and centered by a three tieredbride's was served in In draping the charter In and

cake topped with a miniature -I bountiful dinner from a long honor of the. I dead. ding Elaine Is one of our our prices before
of parts-Get
yard and she line
the spacious loveliest blonde beauties, plete
bride and groom. Miss Mary- with a crepe cover I .

Old Razor atCARPENTER'S lee Wynn presided over the punchbowl of I of table birthday covered design. Following Methodist Young People was Dot most Sapp becomingly Sale, and Mildred: attired Ritch. you buy this service.

and Mrs. T. E. Duncan, the guests enjoyed Enjoy foetal Thursday.The too .
Gainesville sister of the bride the dinner and contests looked mighty pretty We Can Save You Money -
Interesting games of the the
many Sttilor Department Won't into details
assisted go
The hostess.
cut the cake. Good-
Mrs. Artford Brown, Misses and presented Mrs. Methodist young people met at I gentleman Ethel Biggs' songs Service StationU.
by with Conway's
Clara Flume and Christine demons man and Mr. Goodman the Methodist Church Sunday I were sweet and low she was

served cake, punch and day gifts and congratulations.About were present to school rooms Thursday night social of! at her best . S. Royal Tires and Batteries
40 guests last week and enjoyed a Maid
I of a Modern
mints. the occasion with the Good- Miss Helen fowling I Mutterlngs for Florida Motor Lines
enjoy evening, with What; did Whistlers Whistle Depot
$2allowance their
awhile with .. -
After ---
spending .
mans. hostess. ,, -- -
Get as I before "Beer Barrel Polka" -:--------
guests, the newly-married couple Fol1owlng'a, recreation period ,
aepariea n'-' for a snort weuumg trip, RehearsalParty and cookies -
Wynn-Hazen refreshments punch i
on your destination not disclosed* Entertained,' I were served and group shelled I I

''Among the out-of-town guests for the Wynn- peanuts to be prepared for a food FREE DELIVERY
purchase attending the reception were: the The wedding took place Friday sale on Saturday October 7. -ikJiiii:

Rev. and Mrs. Charles Robinson, Hazen the Hampton Baptist Those enjoying the. evening

of Melroae; Mr. and Mrs.: Albert evening and at after the rehearsal ,were ,Emmett Ferryman Miss PHONE

IA Llghtfoot Mrs. T. C. Cl mons, church, to Starke and Gayle Sewell, Frank Robinson,
Christine and Kathleen the party came Freeman
Misses Mr. and Mrs. Miss Loral Bennett
demons, all of Miami; Mr. and were entertained by Miss Franclne Fisher .
Mrs. O. Q. Strayham of Wildwood Marvin F. Hazen, at. their homeon Leonard Smith, Miss Ruth Simp- 45NEAU I
I ; Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Pin- Lafayette this elegant dinner party the son, Buddy Davis, Miss Virginia & Sons
holster Clarence Pinholster, Mr. seated at individual Anderson. Miss Carolyn Keen,

and Mrs. Carl Ward Mr. and Mrs. guests were each table being centered Mrs. W. B. Sewell and the. host- THE S A. L. DEPOT
Robert Rlggs, Miss Marylee Wynn tables,
I containing pink ess, Miss Dowling.
Ml/ of Jacksonville; Mr. and Mrs. by a bud vase motif of CASH AND CARRY PRICES _
Guy H. Sale, Tallahassee; Mr. and rose buds. carried out Additional Members _

I. p I''Mrs. T. E. Duncan H. E. Alexander pink and green was radi- last week the 5 PoundsWith
ferns and pink Through error C
1 _I Mr. and Mrs. A A. Hazen, with potted In a flower contest Telegraph Accidentally omittedthe SUGAR 2 5
\ Miss Sara Little of Gainesville; ance H. Each $1.50 Order
bride-elect and Mrs. G. names of the following members -
r Guilda Marie Thede of Law-: the
answered the most questions of the Circle number two,

c-. I_ I tey; Mr. and Mrs. James Vasco L.Hazen Hair, Sale and they cut for the prize which Mrs. H. L. Brownlee, Leader, of Best WhiteBACONLb.
Mrs. lOc
Lake city;
_ 'IS I Bob Long R. A, Colson Winfred was a flower container in the the Baptist Woman's Missionary I .
the men.a.rt'nl'd Mrs. Warren Perkins
of a swan. For Society:
Fred Hazen, shape
and Mrs. '
I Mr.
Huaen, ,
.Ik<1r._ ana. _lure I... A. .Ti....v.rimAfrn..., ...u --.---- Brown made the largest Mrs. Edith ''Moseley, Mrs. Carry' -_
of words from the bridegroom' Edwards, Mfs. L. L. Clarke.Mrs.
I R E Hazen Mrs. K. M. Hazen number "James Purvis B. S. Johns, Mrs. J, J. Jones, COOKING 75cI
name ,
Ret. 1 Mr. and Mrs J, P. 1 1 CAKEPALMOLWE :
A. A. Hazen '
and as a prize the hostess Mrs. R. R. Prevatt and Mrs.: W.A. OIL Gallon
and Mr. Hazen ,
2.75 Brooker
of ;
Your Razor.. Roberts, all I
I ash tray to Bessent Sr.
presented a novelty
of Hampton.Mr. II SOAP
and Mrs. L. J. Wynn
NET Only... 9.15 and Mrs. Artford. Brown, Mr. Brown. I
Invited to be with the hosts and W. M. S. oard Meet POTATOES 21cI
Marvin I \
and Mrs. -
$3.71 ALtO WANCIA Bill Graham, and I medium\j
A t. ..n.,...1ttu F. Hazen Mr. and Mrs. J. T. honor guests were: the Rev. The executive board of the I M/U't you' buy! to Pounds
old Schick Dry Sh v r Quigley F. A. Scott Mrs. A. E. Mrs. Charles Robinson of Baptist Woman's Mtsslo nary,

It MONEY. BACKGUARANTEE McKinney, Mr. and Mrs. 'V. H. rose, Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Wynn of Society will meet at the Church!: CONCENTRATEDSyPERSUDS .

Hart Miss Martlle Hemingway Hampton. Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Parsonage this morning (Friday)1at 2 Pounds 5c

DC Mrs. Mae Edwards. Mrs. J. B. Duncan of Gainesville. Mr. and 11 o'clock. All general of-\1 I lOc ONIONS :' "

Sapp Miss Clara Flume, Mr. and Mrs. Guy H. Sale of Tallahassee ficers and chairmen of commit- ______ .

I Mrs. W. B. Mundy Jr., all of Mr. and Mrs. Jim Ritch of U"the_ tees are urged to be present and
HERE. m.n-Jutt what James State Farm Mrs. Jeanette '''- there will be a covered dish
IT'S '.. been waiting for- Starke; and Mr. and L. A. Canova \ Chase and Sanborn Stew
and Mrs. 10
Mr. and Mrs. Sanford Ritchof cald, Mr. luncheon.
lut word In Schick engineer {
2 1
lag ikim Now you; can enjoy the State Farm.Voman's Mr. and Mrs. A. E. McKinney COFFEE, lb. C BEEF, Lb.
faiter. cleaner .*t.r, mote Mr. and Mrs. Artford Brown Several Items Omitted
economical.... Don't miaetbla Ethel M. Biggs. Miss Clara 'I
\ Chorus To Meet: Mrs. Due to lack of space and the
big bargain. Bring In your Flume, Miss Muriel Smith. Miss abundance of social events this Pounds 3 Pounds 10
old razor today! The first meeting of the Wom Ila Lee Cone Resale Colson and society'Items 17c
several Important
will be held at week MEAL BANANAS
an's Club Chorus Wlnfred Hazen of Brooker.Mission .
ti/TE177ME are being carried over
the home of Mrs. L. A. Canova '
FoR A --- edition of the Telegraph -
uesdny, October 17, at 3:30: o'- Planned next Friday's \!
Study I Qo
Carpenter'sDrug clock. All Interested in joining I LARD 11\ TALL MILK
Mrs. i By Methodist W. S. C. S. .
be present
the chorus please for JR
Store 1 i a:. L. Williams publicity chair- The Woman's Society of Christian Meeting Monday I Pound JLUC Any Brand, 3

i I man, urged. t Service of the Methodist The w man'a Missionary So-,

1 church will meet Monday after ciety of the Baptist Church will: BUTTER Grapefruit Juice, No. 2canjj

-._.ee- -eapeea-' g.e --"r noon at three o'clock at the meet Monday afternoon, October 1 29c

Course church. After a short business 16 at 3:30: o'clock for a business Pound

Three meeting the mission study, under and program meeting. Circle

: the direction of Mrs. A. Wood,, number one will have charge of I
SEA FOOD DINNER will be commenced. The hook the program. Sliced Breakfast SPECIAL

for study Is "Through Tragedy tc _.- 19c "

will be con ,,
This mission study TELEGRAPH
tinued through Tuesday and Wednesday "Advertising in the Telegraph 2 Heads 1'.EOCTAGOHfLAIIUILETTUCE

Cocktnil or Soup afternoon and Mrs. Wood sells the goods," writes the Creo-j'' 15c 20c t.

Two Vegetabls will be assisted in presenting the mulslon Company makers of ALL IOR

book by several members of the of the largestselling I
I Creomusion, one
Sea Food (Fish Shrimp or Oysters) the #
society. cough medicines on
I market today. in releasing a new, r 50-50 a EGG $2.5Q

Desert 50 Hot Rolls Book Club TuesdayThe series of ads on their product. I ICreomulslon. r SCRATCH $1.88 t MASH

Salad C Drink I Book Club of the Woman' acknowledged by II __ _ _
I Club will meet Tuesday night at thousands of satisfied customersas E

the home of Mr. and Mrs. Edward a superior prescription for the I '

I Burns. 'Miss Gertrude Heer- relief of stubborn Coughs. heavy CINCO SL50
ORANGE BLOSSOM ing of Green Cove Springs will be Chest Colds and Bronchial Irrita 1 SHORTS PI.G5LMEALD

.present to review In her inimitable tions. is sold by all drug storeson

Airs. Titus Olson, Owner I mannet "Grapes of Wrath" the basis that If the desired results _

Regular Meals Served Daily by Joseph Steinbeck. Everyone are not obtained the entire TUXEDO FEEDS -For All PurposesPAGE

Is cordially invited to attend. purchase price U refunded. _
.lIuIIIiIralL -
__ _-p ___ --p -pnp
I:_: ,

-- -




BITS of LOCAL and children of LaCrosse, attended I colm left for Miami last Wednes 1-day night with her sister Mrs ants. Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Ed.. 1 :
church services at Zions Rest In day where they expect to spend I Tate Alvarez In the Rising sec I wards. '

--------- --.. .. -- i' Jacksonville Sunday, on their way some time. tion.Mr. II 'j 1
home they visited Mr. and Mrs. Mr. D. F. Johnson of Jackson- and Mrs. Harvey Edwardsand Rubber stamps, stapling mach- y:
and, Mrs E. K. Ferryman Mrs. J. Frank Colley returnedto Lt. T. T. Long Lt. R. G. Kidd, I II W. R. Rhoden at Macclenny. ville, spent Friday night here an little daughter of Canal Point ores at the Bradford County Telegraph ..
Jg8 londa,.. '11, Jacksonville. her home here Sunday after Sgt.. Elmo Stiuth and Sgt. James'I, Mr. and Mrs. Raleigh Waters tho guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. spent the week-end with his par- .
t) enjoying a five week vacation in Dennis attended Instruction and I and children spent Sunday as the Jones.
t Hendersonvllte, North Carolina demonstration given at the Duval guests of Mr. and Mrs., Charley Mr. W. C. Jones of Jackson-

severthis ----- 1 County armory Sunday morning. I I Waters of Little Springs ville was visiting his brother and
- I
) The Rev. and Mrs. Charles A. sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. J. C.
1)IOnville I I Mr. and Mrs. Roy Thomas and
.- _______ Allen spent Wednesday and i Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ward,I i Leslie Thomas of Jacksonville Jones here last Friday. M.i I Tip Top GroceryAND
--' Thursday in ..Jackllonvll1, Mrs. O. E. Mrs El-
w Webb of Hawthornee )*a tending -! Stansbury spent the week-end with their, Rodman Underhill and I
r a of the lery M. Davis and Mrs. V S. St. I to
of her aunt, Mrs. EtQUI' Presbyterian :I mother, MI'.. Alice Thomas. I Rhoden were business visitors
| guest church. John spent Wednesday. In Gainesville Monday.
week Jack-I Kahn-Mott
tW' 1
sonville attending a session +--- MARKET
Miss Mary Sue Mott and Hugh'
Kitty Hogsed spent the Mrs. Mike Dew and daughter. Presbyterial II Rahn were quietly married Thurs- GUM BRANCH
'! with her Miss Grace Dew, attended the' By Mina. Elizabeth Ilarnago
in Jacksonville day, October 5 at the Christian LOOK LOOK-LOW PRICES
.fIId !
Pan-American LAWTEYBy
banquet held In the
E R. Lane I I Parsonage in Gainesville by the I ,
Ira Seminole Hotel in Jacksonville William (Bill) riuramrr Rev. Ward S. Humphries. Miss, Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Groover of

l;"Mathews;" was in Tennesseeweek yesterday. ._ :' Mott is the daughter of Mrs. J. Miami were the guests of J. A. IRISH 10 Found YELLOW 3 Pounds f
purchasing Jersey cows I Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Wooten R. Mott. She was dressed In Harnage and family Sunday.
B atbeWS i Dairy. I Elmo R. Struth and Glenn E.j have just returned from their vacation a grey traveling suit with navy Miss Ella Mae Sapp Is spendinga /; Potatoes 22clOnionsBANANAS l lOc 'y ,
bl Wood were in Tampa Thursday aa The Wootens visited such blue accessories and with a few days In Jacksonville with
-Thomas i returned to her witnesses In the trial of Flowers II nationally attractive places as shoulder corsage of whit.. chrysanthemums friends and relatives.
!fm'Tampa after a three versus Babcock. Mrs. Struth accompanied Look-Out Mountain at Chatta Mr. Rahn is the Mrs. Harvey Edwards and lit 4lbs. lOc
visit with Mrs. J. W. them. nooga and Rock City. They also I t son of Mr. Thomas Rahn of tie daughter of Canal Point are ,
.hI' visited relatives In all parts of,Worthington Springs. He was also spending a few days here with JUST AS PRETTY AS LAST WEEK ,

Mlsa Grace Dew presented several Georgia. I: dressed in grey. Mr. and Mrs.I relatives and friends. f

.mJand Mrs. A. Z. AdklnsF0ved Spanish and English songs' Those from Lawtey who attended B. Harrison were the only ones Mr. and Mrs B. M. McRae and NAVY BEANS 5 Ibs. 25c
this week from their over radio station WJAX In Jack- the Bradford-Columbia High present. Mr. and Mrs. Rahn children of Pine Level were visiting - -
Lake place to their sanville on the Pan-American pro- football game were: J. E. Shu- I spent the week-end touring the J. A. Harnage and family IA ,
L;In ey town. gram yesterday, Columbus Day. ford Ed Durban, H. Minor. A. M. East Coast. They will be at home Tuesday night A REAL BARGAIN-JEWEL BULK Pound
--- Lewis M. B. Plummer, Clara to friends at Raiford where Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Clemons and
lIe-Clifford Mendoza,of Jack- Mrs. Effle Johns and her guest, Mae Harley Hazel Smith, Patsy I Rahn Is manager of Spires Store. little daughter, Betty Jean, were LARD ,

*Ile Is spending several days Mrs.; F,,W., Webb of Hawthorne, Roberts, Elizabeth Plummer Bob I -- visiting Mr. and Mrs. Edd Parrish 9c
j with his grandparents.Mr; spent Monday in Lake Butler with and Bill Plummer. I HEILBRONN Thursday night.
i Mrs T. J. Griffin.. fj the former's son and daughterinlaw The Lawtey Junior High DIa- By Mrs. L. Gasklns Mrs. Louise Denmark and
j ----*Rt t tL Mr. and Mrs.. Freeman Johns. mond Ball team Is undisputed I Acres Chapman of Jacksonville 1 Pound Carton lOc 4 Pound Carton 40c
Laura Powell has returnedafter champion of Bradford County by i Rev. and Mrs. C. F.. Hooker of spent the week-end with her par- COOKING OIL, Gallon__ __ 69c t
spending several virtue of the double bill defeat I Gainesville, returned to their ents, Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Sapp. "E
Mrs. Walter Wills, Mrs. Will 104 Site Crushed E Ih. Circle W '
in Baldwin with her they handed Hampton Friday. 'home there last Friday night, M,'. and Mrs. Tate Alvarez and Package
,inter luj Mrs Robert Tanner. Ennis and Mrs. John Bentley and This is the third straight year I after spending the past two weeks children of the Rising Section ful;
son, of Tampa, and Mr and Mrs.I Pineapple Coffee 25c
of and
that Professor Cody has led his here as the guests Mr. were the guests of Mr. and Mrs.
and Mrs. Pate Gassett and Theodore Ennis of Su Petersburgwere I boys through the most successful I Mrs. D. L. Kite. Rev. Hooker M. L. Edwards) Sunday.Mrs. .
en and Don Hoover were guests over the week-end of, campaign that any team from any 'assisted Rev. Bohannon of Jacksonville W. F. Harnage Is spend
_j of Mr and Mrs. Cyruser Mrs. J. W. Morgan. I school has ever enjoyed In 'this i in conducting a two ing a few days with Mr. and, Mrs.B. A REAL BARGAIN IN GOOD SEVEN ROSES ;
| In Jacksonville Sunday. I county. I weeks revival meeting at the M. McRae. PLAIN OR SELF RISING I ; ;
Miss Virginia :Alvarez of Jacksonville -, The P..T. A. Is sponsoring 'week* '.Hellbrbnn church: 'Lftfge crowds Mr. and Mrs. Edd Parrish' were
and Mrs. Samuel C. Young spent the week-end here, ly shows in the school auditorium attended these services at'night visiting Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Cle- FLOUR 5 Ibs. 17c
f Mrs. Louella Bailey, of Se- as guest of her parents Mr. and, every Thursday night. All are I'and several candidates for baptism mons In Hellbronn Saturday night - -

ley; Pa. were guests Fridayr. Mrs. Errol Alvarez. While here invited. The admission Is small, were added to the roll. Baptism Miss Hazel Sapp of Starke

.. and Mrs. L. C. Ray andj she attended the football game In so let's all support our F.-T. A. I will take place Sunday spent part of last week here 12 Ibs. 33c 241bs. 65c
W White. Mr. Young Gainesville Saturday night. Miss The Ladles Aid had their regu- I morning at 10:00: o'clock at the with her parents, Mr. and Mrs> ;
I party were enroute to Dun- Alvarez recently accepted a stenographic : lar meeting at the home of Mrs. usual place In Wateroak creek.L. J. S. Sapp.
] where they will spend the position with a realty I. B. Cody Tuesday afternoon. I M. Murrhee of Bootsey's Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Shaw and JUST RITE 24 Pounds
er at their Florida home. firm in Jacksonville. Work has begun on the platform Beach spent Friday night here as children of the State Farm were
sooner than expected. Even the guest of his daughter and son- visiting relatives In this section FLOUR 59c
- - -
October in-law, Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Gas- Sunday.
as early as Wednesday,
Mr. and Mrs. P. D. Reddish and
11, be seen working on
men may kins.Mr. DOMINO: CARTON SUGAR
the site. Again let us remind and Mrs. M. Rhoden spent children of Hellbronn were visit-
the week-end In Jacksonville as ing Mr. and Mrs J. S. Sapp Sun-
will be
INSURANCEHAROLD you that donations accepted -
by Chairman of Finance Committee the guests of their two sons, Mr. day afternoon. 5 Pounds Factory Pack 25cWith
G. W. Roberts. and Mrs. Clarence Rhoden and Miss Alice Edwards spent Mon- ,
Mr and Mrs. Owen Rhoden.
:1 i Ounce can lllack Pepper lOc i,
Mrs. George Moseley returned -
to her home here after BUSINESS
By :Mm. L. L. Parker being a patient In the St. Vin-
I Brookfield Cheese Pound
-- ilkt
C. WALL AGENCY cent's Hospital in Jacksonville for DIRECTORY ,
Meeting TuesdayThe several 'days. We wish her a
I Ladies Aid met at the homeof Pound
speedy recovery
Please Phone 146 Mrs. O. W. Berry Tuesday aft-
Misses Evelyn and Pearl Par- '
ernoon with the president Mrs. G. "
menter spent Saturday aa the Picnic Hams 19c
- "
E. McGauley In charge of the
guests of Miss Gertrude Gasklns. The drink
meeting. After the business Gertrude accompanied them home
meeting the guests were served where she spent the weekend.J. 1I- that Firm SlicedBreakfast Pound "

NAT SEZ: sandwiches and tea. The next L. Gasklns and _J. W. Gas-
will ,be .at the home >of everybodyknows Bacon 19c''
:: meeting kins were visiting relatives in I -. - -
AH my life I have been a clown; Mrs. G. B. Colaon. Lake Wales and Bartow last
L making: somebody laugh has always Mr. and Mrs. Larson Mlntz week. lies Grade Pound

been my hobby. If I heard were visiting Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Miss Mary Gasklna. returned to :
1k -. /l It Gainey over the weekend.Mr. her home In Lake Wales last Wednesday 5ltnOT. Tub Butter--------- 31c
I had to pas
(..: ( a good and Mrs. Harmon Morganwere after spending the past
on tet somebody1 never visiting In Williston last ten days here aa the guest of re-
been very serious about anythingand week with Mrs. Morgan's parents. latives.A! COCA-COLA CO. nA TII'S Pound
I would Male to begin now. Mr. and Mis John Legg enter large crowd from here attended
weather goes on tained with a birthday party last the wedding of Mr. Lea- WE ARE Black Hawk Bacon - 29c
But If this July Thursday honoring their little mon Blackburn and Miss Eva PRESCRIPTIONEXPERTS
all winter, )'ou're gonna see the daughter Emogene on her 4th
Underhill at the horn of her par-
mostest serious looking man you birthday. Twenty guests enjoyedthe ents Mr. and Mrs. ,O. J. Under- Country Sausage Pound 24c
ever saw, I bet'ha.MEN'S afternoon playing games then bill Sunday afternoon. I CARPENTER'SThe -

cake and hot chocolate were Elder demons and son. Mal Rexall Store tj1
Men's SHIRTS served. Emogene received many ------- i
beautiful gifts for which she expressed -

I her thanks.
FALL HATS No'Advance In Price Mrs. G. E. McGauley and Leu-
bedia Plnholster were shopping In

All Colors Yet Gainesville last week. ; ,, h 7
Mr. and Mrs. II. P. Gainey and r n ,
daughter Eva Fay, accompaniedby
|$$1.00to$2.95 $1.00 up Elder and Mrs. H. L. MoodyCentaWord

.o.HJl1r'Q Suits ivo 3 d ltp

Suits "LU5IDM 1101HIS and d1 gii
MadeIn hogs. Market prices paid on nil))
grades. J. O. ODOM, box 247. ; :';: Sjjfj'pivv ,i I

In I Starke Fla. 331lyr.p I 4"i !

FOR RENT-Furnished house and
also a furnished apartment. See t
:Mrs. J. W. Morgan at Morgan's
Stock 0- Measure Store Starke. Itp

WANTED- good reliable man
to supply customers with Raw-I I II
New lelgh Products. Write Rawleigh's -I II

FAJ-223-127, Memphis -
I Dept. ,I dw
byInter Tenn. Itp I '4 v 3'd't
h Models t FOR SALE-two black and tan i 25c .e..

nationalTailoring 1 deer hounds, two years old,i:i 6
mediu mslzed, good mouth. See
Co. or write Harold Glasgow, box ,..

$18.00 651: Starke, Florida. 2tp ,I

$25.00 FOR SALE-thoroughbred Jersey)]

cow with six months old heifer]I r '' ;

Tom calf; also cow is Springer. .r, wn 4 ,-a
Sawyer cash. D. G. Kelly w ,
Men's DressSHOES j Cheap for t
ltplFOR So welcome. ;
box 683, Starke, Fla. .. r

CorduroyOVERALLS i SALE Lots at sacrifice '
prices for cash In Scott's Sub- so refreshing. home
division in North Starke. Light I ,
water, and sewer connections; /I Y
All Leather approved abstract. Can start' The world's biggest business-housework-de* mm, '
If interested>
Age 2 to 12 see building my at brother once F, A. Scott,) serves a pause for refreshment. You will welcome '

Starke. George F. Scott, own- icc'Cold Coca-Cola many times at home. When
$2.98 ltpi,
'1.98 er. you shop include a six-bottle carton of Coca-Cola. ''
FOR RENT Three room furnished -
and also oneturnl.hed

rick place.room.Starke. ltp. STARKE COCA COLA BOTTLING CO. u uIn

for 100 bushels -
of corn on cob or shelled
If priced right delivered. J. W,
Jordon. rt. 2. box 296, Starke,,
Flo. Itp

'" -, ,.,- .. .,,"." rw ,,,,,""'''''' '''''''''''',, m T, v



: I'.. I


I SECTION \ ADDS COWPEAS TO ITS Mrs Z. Z. GriffU 1- Clermont Busv totllIs

DIET WATSON REPORTS warming ,1111", ', heea
---- -- Ing
---- --- ----- -- --- us
-- Mr. and Mrs Z. Z. Griffis, Mr. : a ne\\' typ.. .
The velvet bean caterpillar has and Mrs. W. K. Green and child The flr'1 winter I
RURAL HINTS FOR THEHOUSEHOLD Edwin G. Fraser, Cocoa-The development of ( '
I a
Tallahassee,- 280
expanded Its diet again-at the ren and Miss Ruth Morrell were hives, r,"Ii',,' I I eingent *
SENSE Baker county representative in the deep-water port for oceangoingvessels from '
COMMON expense of the farmer. visiting Mrs. E P. Johnson of New 1 ? ,is IAiitII
legislature, announced last week at Canaveral was given a In Wintering J
This long green caterpillar, the Raiford Sunday.George that he would be a candidate for. boost last Friday when the Boardof able Florida h, ",1"n fOUMIt

HARD WORK AND GOOD CLOTHES FOR BOYS I larva of the moth Anticarsla gem- Wise of Green Cove the office of State Comptrollerin Engineers of the Rivers and find by north,, ,tPlarlatl. \
tha, ,
MANAGEMENT ENABLE matllls, was first found on velvet thew ,
By Clarine Belcher Springs was visiting Harvey next year's elections. The of- Harbors Committee at Wfushing- h'.ea wOI'k
COUPLE TO GET AHEAD Extension Clothing Specialist beans, kudzu, and soybeans andit GaIney over the week-end. fice Is now held by J. M Lee. ton D. C. ordered a survey to establish trlously ter and thrllUlh, hp t Florida III '
Its name from the fact thatIt almost
Boys are frequently neglectedwhen got :Mrs Sidney Griffis was visiting -- the exact location and cost em d/1UbJe the
By dint of hard work and good was the only serious pest of output \ltt, .., *
it comes to school clothes. Mis. CaUle Gainey Sunday. NEW AREAS ADDED of the proposed port. The next of advau
management, Mr. and Mrs. Jesse the first of these crops. Later it wintering ,III FlorIda
have Normal active boys need clothing Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Gainey Fernandina, Nearly a million step after the survey will be the ence of II the
Wilson of Alachua County invaded peanut fields In the Ever- frequent!
which comfort and acres of forest land were addedto securing of an appropriation from rains
provides were visiting Mr. and Mrs. Ott a difficUlt whk
almost made the grade from tenancy glades and, finally in all sectionsof prot.I"m
health first then durability. A Hodge Sunday morning. the area under fire protectionof Congress for its construction. In bee CUlt
to farm ownership in five Florida. For the first time in -- e'
boy needs coats with long shoulders Catherine and Christine Gainey the State Board of Forestry I ---
When they married five the state, it has been found on WiLl
and generous armholes, shirts spent Sunday with Wanda Grif- since July 1, bringing the total WAR HELPS TOURIST TRADE 1EMT RODEO
years ago they had five dollars In cowpeas In the Archer section of Arcadia, FI(1f, ,
with short sleeves and open neck land so protected to 4,799,122 M. Griffith fla.
.Tampa-T head of great
their -
cash, lifter purchasing necessary Alachua County. fis.Mr. West, weB; ,
groceries for the first two for summer wear, trousers fitted and Mrs. Joe Griffis and acres, the board announced last the GriffithAdvertising Agency feudln', flshln'Bpi '1'.1. With flgb
J. R. Watson State ,
weeks. Of course, they bad some snugly at the waist with a roomy, Experiment children of Clay County and Mr. week at Its annual organization of St. Petersburg, stated here given aDd 300kln',
well cut seat, and proper shoes Station entomologist, who' wrotea meeting here. Hon. A. G. Mc- a big play ,.n last
hogs and a eow and a few chickens bulletin this and Mrs. Frank Clark and child- that "The European war, which sue of the Wetk'
on several
but their worldly possessionswere Points to be considered in selection pest ren of Starke were visiting Mr. Arthur of this city, and former has closed the door to foreign Saturday Evening p
Identified it the Courtney '
on Ryley
not very great. of boys' suits are fit, workmanship years ago and Mrs. S. F. Griffis Friday. state senator, was elected Presi- travel this year is going to provea or wrote -.oper the a

They leased an old afrm for five and quality of material.Fit station Archer haa cowpeas.raised the Although the Mr. and Mrs. L. O. Tyre of dent of the Board. Joe Foley boon to Florida's tourist busi the annual a splendid descriptio
caterpillarsIn rodeo
years and set to work, each helping metns freedom from wrinkles the here Florahome were visiting her par- was elected Vice-president, and ness" and urged Florida communities which should held at,
the other. The two-room ten- because of largeness, freedom laboratory on cowpea ents, Mr. and Mrs. John Prevatt Mrs. Linwood Jeffreys of Jack- hotels and other resort ad- derfoot b"Jl1g" .lot of
plants, this Is the first time It has Easterners
ant cabin was not very attractive, from strain because of tightness, ever been found in great numberson Friday night. sonville, was reelected Secretary. vertisers to increase their adver- lion this to the Cele

but It was a home. They added correct waist line for trousers, In the field he Mr. Harvey Gainey is visiting tising budgets in order to In- the article year Woven tbro
another window to give more and correct length of coat, plants relative in Jaekannvillae __n _n_. MUST KEEP MARKETS rrAAa_n___ _Interest_no ___ _In_ _PTrhridA.___.__ vnoa.___- u_,,. __.. Is the 810ry of
light, carved out a mantleplece, sleeves, and trousers. Quality of The moth does not survive til ... New York, The problem of tions for the coming months. IU" a earlY 8truggh. with Icrub"tie

built and painted pantry shelves, workmanship is determined by Winter In Central and North 1940 FARM PROGRAM holding Florida's foreign market ---- lion, ticks of and fever the |Intro

constructed a clothes closet, and evenness and strength of seams, Florida, but It comes up from ENCOURAGES GARDENS for citrus fruit was thoroughly TAG SALES HIGH cattle hump-backed

designed a fireplace screen. After durability of finishes, and types South Florida or Cuba In Summer discussed at the 26th annual Na- Tallahassee Florida's and -levelopmeT
two years In the cabin they were of linings and reenforcements. the entomologist explained.To Florida farmers participating inn tional Foreign Trade; Conventionheld will be glad to know that fine as type the of 'western' beer

able to move to a "big house," Warm suits are available in control the caterpillars o the 1940 Agricultural Adjustment here Monday, Tuesday and motorists of the state are con- World. has ever kno

but it, too, needed many repairs. woolens or worsteds. Woollen cowpeas which have not yet formed Program will be encouraged to Wednesday of this week. Last tributing more to the .
Jesse wanted to raise hogs as materials made of loosely twisted pods and which are not to be produce the family food supply in year Great Brltian consumed ap- teachers salary fund through their VETERANS TO RISS11t1

his main money crop. He had wool fibers are soft and hold a used for Kay, farmers can spray the home garden, according to proximately 1,500,000 cases of purchases of automobile license Kissimmee, A record ]

good land, but the fences were in press only moderately well. with lead arsenate, mixing one an announcement by H. G. Clay- canned grapefruit from Florida. tags this year than ever before veterans to Kissimmee and J

poor condition and many of them Homespun and tweeds, examples pound of the poison with 50 gal- ton, state AAA administrator. This business must be retained according to a report for the, ola County was forecast last a',

had to be repaired before he of woollens, make satisfactorysport lons of water and the milk obtained The program for next year Includes despite the shipping hazards third quarter of the releasedthis by S. L. Dickinson chairman!

could crow any feed crops, because clothes. Worsteds are madeof from slacking two or three a provision whereby a which have arisen from the European week by D. W. year the board of trustees of
the bogs were constantly: tightly twisted yarns and feel I. pounds of good quick atone lime farmlly can earn $1.50 per garden, war, or Florida growers and vehicle commissioner. The motor third Kissimmee 39. U St, v
threatening to devastate his grow- harsher than woollens. Although in a little hot water and straining and the garden will assure a canners will suffer serious loss. result of the national puhii]
quarterly shows
ing crops. Within a year or two, worsteds like serge, gabardine, If the caterpillars are on cowpeas bounteous supply of vegetablesfor 421 license report tags have been that 473-sold I which Kissimmee has rewn'

however he had good fences all and Bedford Cords wear and bold to be eaten or sold, the best con- the home table. IMPROVED SERVICE I this for since the camp was organized 1
total of
over the place: a press exceptionally well, they trol is one of the pyrethrum com- Under the set-up the garden Is Melbourne, Improvement In which year is an increase of 35,057$6,463,837, fall. Favorable attention U

Estelle helped him repair gates, develop a shine easily. pound sprays, Mr. Watson said. required to be not leas than one-i legal services rendered to clients over the same period last tags been attracted in every state!

build troughs and sanitary water- By carefully selecting shirts for It Is not practical to spray cowpeas tenth acre nor more than one by young members of the Florida and an Increase of $434,837 year the nation Dickinson said,

era, and do other work about the I sleeve length and collar sizes, that are to be used only for acre in size, and it must be fenc- bar through the establishment ofa revenue, and an Increase of $690-In scores of veterans will settle I b

farm. Whether it was a Job In '.considerable discomfort will be hay. ed against poultry and other farm. post graduate school for young 742 over the revenue for the this winter. Application

the home or about the barns and avoided. Shirts made of Sanfor animals. All of the vegetables ; lawyers was advocated by JamesM. period of 1937. same I prospective members will

fields, they worked a great deal ized washable materials guaran- WINTER GRAINS WILL produced in it must be for home Carson, Miami attorney, be- the enrollment materially bcfj!

Hide by side and band In hand. teed to shrink not more than two PROVIDE EARLY FEED consumption only. The garden is fore the Brevard County Bar Association Rubber stamps the camp Is a year old Uili i c

Whatever they did they did well. percent will Insure lasting fit. IN WESTERN FLORIDA to be maintained during the en- last week. "Somehow, at the Bradford, stapling machines Tele- ing Armistice Day An elabor

Estell had been a 4-H club girl Select trousers of knee length tire year, and must produce at some way, somewhere In this state ,graph. County entertainment program Is be

for five years, and had specializedin or shorter for the small boy. The Oats and rye for grazing and least seven different kinds of we must make arrangements fora mapped out

home improvement and garden- length of long trousers definitely grain are the answer to the feed vegetables. post graduate school that our

Ing. So she put her knowledge influences the appearance and problem of western Florida farmers -' While there is no objection to boys who have had the oppor- FUNERAL DIRECTOR

of these. .two things. to immediate durability of a suit. Trousers this winter and next spring, a row of sweet potatoes or roast- tunity of practicing, I would say My Many Tears Experience Makes U Possible for Me to Raider {,

use. A nome garden was estao- should clear the floor by one-half says J. Lee Smith, agronomistwith ing ears being grown In the gar- for two years, may have the bene- EFFICIENT PROMPT and COURTEOUS
lashed as one of the first operations inch in the back when fitted with the State Agricultural Extension den, these crops harvested from fit of older lawyers' experiencesto SERVICE
and It haa constantly supplied shoes Service. Where corn field plots will not be counted in give them a better understanding MODERATE PRICES

them with most of their Smooth crops have been reduced by rains the seven vegetables, Clayton of the problems to be fa.ed," DeWITT C. JONES
firmly woven cotton
needed foods They canned vege- other unfavorable said Carson said. Starke, Florida
fabrics or factors, oats
prove durable for the bulk
tables and fruits in time of plentyfor
of boys' clothes. will supply winter and spring
periods of scarcity. Some of
colorfastness grazing and spring grain, thus
are important
the fresh
canned vegetableswere qualities required for service. saving the farmer from having to
occasionally, or buy feed.
for the scrubbing and washing Dally attention to clothing pays
which was hired. Chickens and dividends In the time saved and Smith recommends 100 Bushel,
eggs not only provided food for the Improved appearance. Boys Nortex and Appler varieties of
their clothes must be clean oats as being resistant to rust
table but money for necessary kept with
small expenses. They bought suits and shirts neatly pressedand and good yielders. He says two SY1
shoes'ahined. Caret i bushels of seed should be plantedto o\
;young calves from a nearby dairy } Chang
and raised ing of suits will obviate'. / the acre. Florida Black
them to veal' or cows:, much \
and mad! enough money the first pressing V see'ma to be'the most satisfactory I OC.1.
year to buy a bedroom suite. To be well dressed a boy should I variety of rye, end will furnish -

They are gradually getting bet- be clean and neat and wear appropriate fine grazing.If .

ter hogs and better cows, because becoming and comfort- very early grazing Is desired, br"-

they want only that which will be able clothing. oats should be planted In October. I ,,",oat "'I

most profitable. But they have Usually, however, November ....0.\1\1' ..",ell
grown into the business, rather bought with their own profits, plantings are more successful, t -0.,.. er P 0"01"O.

than borrowing money or asking and soma day they will have a Smith points out. Seeds may be It'sth.blorMdn9n9 buildero b aloslsl
for And sown with a seed drill or by ass 1, '
help it's a safe bet that nice home on It. They are mod- ? ,. ,0"'
before many months have passed hand. e t h d' "on''a ,,, q, 'l
ern pioneers, but they are making rrt ,,0"0"t 090'1\ .enflr teyeor
they will own 80 acres of Fertile land that which has ,,, "
land, progress. or has ,,\
L _.n. .. u. .._& .. __a.e ,_a
liven lerimzea neavuy mis year

should be used If available, Smith fast nut
says. If lower grades of land tf of 16ht

JOHNS & WAINWRIGHTFIRE which' have not been fertilized FaJri

recently are planted to oats they

LIFE AUTO LIABILITY BONDS should be fertilized, before the v > a 1 i t'S
a qa
I oats are planted, with 300 to 400 ,
pounds per acre of a 2-10-4 or

3-8-5 fertilizer And Smith adds 55 '

I that 200 pounds of nitrate of soda

BOREE FUNERAL HOME pay applied well.HIGHLANDS around. February 15 will idt4y"

Full line of Caskets A Undertakers Supplies .

DAY AND NIGHT 34.t. :. W yk Vie b
154 PHONE 134Q. PLANT 100,000 POUNDSOF 0 '
II. BENNETr, Mgr. ti. ,7 sky f.
total of 88,000 pounds of car-

pet grass seed will be bought by

Highlands County cattlemen for i

........... ... planting additional pasture lands
: f: this Fall, according to County

,iit, : 1. e t ... Agent Louis H. Alsmeyer. Three
.r Sgf9t
1 > ill cattlemen have saved more than .

14,000 pounds of carpet grass I I Iy

> ptii seed they grew for additional
plantings. also, Mr. Alsmeyer reports -



Planting of 800 more acres of
... .' Made with 3 For ... clover cot under way In Duval % ; .
: County early this month. For a : '-

;' GENTLE OLIVE OIL 17c planting this acreage, Duval farmers ( '

made cooperative purchases of I% '
Ii. CONCENTRATEDSUPER 800 tons of dolomite, 240 tons of 'D

phosphate and potash, and 4,000

lO SUDS 2 For ::1 seed pounds according of White to County Dutch AgentA. clover Look at the greatly increased sire Tune Into gear with Chevrolet's New Only Chevrolet gives such

ISc S. Lawton. and luxury of this car with new Exclusive: cost,

:.' THE BLUE BOX ; Lime, phosphate, and potash longer wheelbaM and Vacuum-Power ShUt. high quality at such low

::: for Washing were applied in September preparatory stunning new Teat Ita matchleee combination of Low Prices Low Pr'

: to planting the clover Royal Clipper" styling....And then Upke.P'
power, acceleration atlno Costs Low
and emoothneee and .
Clothes'N sowing began about a week
you will know its the
!: OCTAGON : ago. With the additional plantings streamlined economy. ..And then you will know

N Duval County's clover acre- beauty leader of the low-price field It's the No other motor car can
:. ... over 7000 free gifts 12c :,, age will be boosted to 1900, Mr. beet-driving, bestridingand
: and the bigittt v lau all-round valu'.A
Lawton reports. money can 1 beet-performing match Its .

".'t.t i\If'iMI',.;:: .. :&-.:r.,,< for Octagon couponsape ... Members of the Duval County low-priced cart!

Dairy Herd Improvement Atsoci-

i 2For I atlon are using their records to ''' \\tNIW' : "ROYAL CU'PU"
SUPER SUDS 'tl .l ): :r ITYUNG e BIOOQ flSl'llIlM
good advantage, culling out cows ( AND OUTsIoc NIW ruU..v1S10H BOOtES
t\\\\\tI.Y' NIW
15C I that records have shown { \ -\tit\J, IXCLUSIVI VAQJUM.roWIA
are poor SHIFT .
\ "JHI
V: f THE RED BOX : I producers. Good production re- "' ,,\:\1'U: \ Srk... IUPER-IILlHT VALVI-INHIAD Riot ROYAL"-a.-let'. ,...,....eI K5.-Adler /

: 'cords of his daughters saved one .. \,::" INOIHI s ALL-II LINT .YNCRO-MISH TRANSMISlIOdQ.
1 "
I for Washing Dishes t: bull that would have otherwise .,,.t ba ... Bison 77. i.r rtgs .w.,. Jlesi.a IoLolJO...
"'l, .. ... u..w
< seals D.La.
ar, gone to the block.
...' <<-'. .L- tl.,;,. .. "' !//r I "' .
"' ': .tUrt1l: \, L .
\l" :
.v. .... .. ..
In 1938 there
were :58,533 acres TORODE
of permanent pasture establishedon CHEVROLET

COOK BROTHERS 082 Florida farms, under the COMP

AAA program.
01It,__ .


J i l

OCTOBER: IS, lass _..

--= d


Ily Mrs. L. C. Smith By Mrs. Oscar Carter Mrs. II. M. McRa Miss Ernestine Buddington, Arthur -
.- McRae and Miss Odessa Mc

T1STtahttuot METHODIST PRESBYTERIANRev. EPISCOPAL Mrs. I. W. Dyal spent several Mrs. Geneva Hilliard spent last Mrs. A. F. Hall and little son, Rae attended the revival meetingat

g.U Frank Robinson Chas. H. Allen, nev. Fred Terk.. Jr. CHRISTIAN days with her parents, Mr. and weekend In Jacksonville as the Harley of Jacksonville are spending New River last week.

f. trotorun SUI/t. Rev. Pastor Pastor Rector Rev. 8.Pastor V. St. John Mrs. Johnnie Lewis In the Ziff guest of Mr. and Mrs. Freeman this week here with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. O. H. WoUmeyer
1' Tb'm.a School, E. K. Ferryman, OrganistMrs. Miss Ella School J. Ban Supt. Sunday School Supt section.Mr. Crosby: Miss Ida Merrltt of New River and children and Mr J. R. Hall
'' School Oen. Superintendent E. M. Davis Mrs. Ira Wilson and Mrs. was visiting Mrs. H. M. McRae I and children and Mrs. H. M. Mo-
) of Church School Church School Mrs. James Carlisle Sunday School George Conwayand Mr.\ and Mrs. P. B. Johns of
Supt. Rae
pel: Ae'rvloejjorflIfl little Saturday afternoon and grandson, Harley Newman !d
Church School Roy Uathews Services 19 o'clock daughter, Nellie Annaof Jacksonville spent last week-end
11pptntr 10. )[. 19 A. M. Church School Sunday School. Worship Service Palatka spent Sunday with her Mr. and Mrs O. H. Wolfmeyer were visiting relatives la
Every 3rd Sunday here as the guest of friends and
OV lPi D[. Mornlnc Worship 10 A.BfJ q 1OA.M.Sundays 11 o'olocK a. m. mother, Mrs. C. Fogg. relatives.The I' and children of LaGrange, M. O. Gainesville Monday.B. .
: Serrlce, 11 A. M. _. n A. M. 8:00 o'clock E. McRae of
naning Servrce Morning Wowilo p. m. I. spending a few days with Mr. Starke was ,
Evening Worahlp M.-' __ Prayer Mrs. F. M. Griffin and daughter -, i.
; 11 A. Friday. 8:00 Meeting revival closed
P. M. meeting at visiting Mr. and Mrs.
1[. M. Me-
Pewee LOG Meetingde'Pli Service, 7:30: P. M. Sigma Chi 7:00: p. m. Holy Daye..l9 A. M. Wednesday 1:09: o'clock Night Mrs. J. J. Mlckell was vtSU- Hellbronn (last Friday night with I I'and Mrs J. R. Hall. Rae Sunday.
8:00: 1'.M. '. Mrs. Bill Yeoman who has been
P.opl. ing In Jacksonville ;
YounsT Wednesday. the addition of nine members. I'
League Meeting I f spending some time with Mr. and
fA )Ion Director a CanovaCIIolr 6o:&> P. M.pra.er MISSION HALL GOSPEL TAB.Sponsored CHVRCII OF CUltIST Mr. and Mrs Cliff McEver of Everyone enjoyed the meeting Mrs. J. R. Hall Is visiting relatives WHY suffer from cower
Atlanta spent several days with much.
po..ellCIIarman MeetingWednesdaY. very i
H. by at
John 7:89 P.M. : 1 Harry Pickup. his brother and slater.In-law For
Mr. and Mn. Mr. quick:
Mr. and Mrs. Pastor Oscar Carter and Mr. S. H. Mr. and Mrs. Britton Alvares
KlckllteFnaChairman Mr. F. JL Long J. T. Quigley and Mrs. W. T. McEver last week. relief from 666
J,y. Organist J. T. Quigley: Evangelistic Service Bible Study S p. m. Thompson made a business trip were visiting relatives In the Rising -
Mi*. E. K. Ferryman, Blbl. Study, each I each Friday and Sun- Sermon and The Mrs. Lizzie,,Dryden and daughter to Palatka Saturday afternoon.Mr. section Sunday. cold symptoms a i
of Trueten Assistant Organist Tues. evening 7:30: day evening 7:30: Lords Supper 4 p. m Mrs. Leila Rafuse of Starke take 666Liquid j,
I. G. Powell evry Sunday and Mrs. S. T. Starling and Mr. and Mrs. H. H Lewis of

-- .- spent Monday with Mrs Harvey daughter and eon Leon and Loule- -Rlflino_____..* urrA..___ vlnlttnir.._eo_... _Xfi... and _Affra u_. > Tablet Salve NOM :
-- --- --- -
-- --
Starling. belle, spent last week-end In J. L. Underhill Sunday afternoon. Drops
Jonesents METHODISTCHURCH The only inducement held out to Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Melton of Quincy as the gueats of Mr and Mi, and Mrs. Eaton Brown of '

Bob NOTESThe those who come is the Word of the Waldo traction spent Satur- Mrs.. Raymond Suber. Sampson City were visitors) at

God. Emphasis is placed on the day night and Sunday with Mr. Mrs. Lola Denmark and Mrs the home of Mr and Mrs. J. L. OUR MILK
preaching and teaching of the and Mrs. T. T. Melton. Underhill
On HereHereafter morning service at the First whole Bible. With the coming of Joe Holmes attended the association -.. Saturday.
i E. V. Vestal well-known Mrs Eldon Sapp of Gum Branch
evangelist at Graham church Wtednes-
Methodist Church consisted of the winter
season there will be I
nd just returned from an evan- day. was visiting her grandparents, t,
administration of the Sacramentof many treats in etore for those I b
Mr. and Mrs H. M. McRae Mon-
tour of
gelistic Colorado and
lID thinking of war-torn Pot the Lord's Supper by the pas- who attend. The best Bible teach- Mr and Mrs. Dalton Carter and -

I shall never forget the tor, the Rev. Frank Robinson. Assisting ers in the country will be here to Texas Graham will Baptist preach church a few nightsat begin- daughter, Louise was shopping in day.Mr.. and Mrs. J. R. Hall and

In the service was Mrs. F. offer a feast of Scripture knowl- Starke Saturday afternoon.
there. They were
jam i met ning Thursday night.Mr. children were visiting relatives at
hospitable. "I H. Long at the organ, and members I edge to those whose hearts are Mr. and Mrs E. C. Johns and Seville Sunday Seldom Equalled .
and so
qua of the Choir singing the responses -I open to the truth. Vestal travels extensively family have moved to Jackson Mr. and Mrs R. C. Groover of

t talk your language now, of the ritual.A I Next Friday and Sunday nights but makes his home in Flortila. ville. We wish them much suc- Miami spent Sunday night with Never Surpassed

we will speak. the same lane large congregation worshipedat services will be held at the Tab : He will tell a part of his experiences ess In their new home. Mr. and Mrs. B. M. McRae.

in heaven That Is what aler'i this hour and also at the even- ernacle at 7:30: P. M. The child- : In the underworld and how Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Thompsonand Mr. and Mrs. B. M. McRae had Ir

wife said to me through Ing hour when the pastor led the i ren are requested to be presentat God saved him twice from death, children, Kenneth and Jim- as dinner guests Sunday Mr and PETERSON'S ,

luterpretei in a simple home congregational singing and delivered 7:00: for a chorus. rehearsal. once from hanging and once from mie, were shopping In Starke Mrs. H. M. McRae and children, ,

and beau- a sermon on the subject the electric chair, he has preachedIn Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. O. W, Jackson and DAIRY
This lovely ,
Poland.\ of "Preventive Religion." The I RISINGBy some of the largest churches Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Rosier Mrs. A. F. Hall and son Harley. I

Christian woman had spent Young People's... choir.. helped_ outmaterially Mrs. II. II. Lewis and tabernacles in the U. S. A. and Miss Juanita Hilliard of

day t cooking a delicious meal with the service by Jacksonville spent the week-end NEAT APPEARANCE
and their singing and their Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Crosby and
a group of missionaries presence. derbllt and brother, Carl Reddish as the guests of their parents
The people of the Church family spent Sunday with Mr. and Means ,
iHiers. What would this world young of Cauldwell New Jersey, were Mr. and Mrs. C. L Hilliard.
Christians? They are will be prominent In this parti- Mrs. Felix Sapp. OTTO F. STOCK'S
(without visitors In Starke Sunday evening Miss Annette Wilkinson of Dry
cular of the Mr. H. H. Lewis and :Mr. E. C.
edt of the earth and they are phase worship services 'Jacksonville spent the week-end
world. You did at the evening services of LewIs made a business trip to
I light of the Everyone remember church services MS the guest of her parents, Mr CLAYTON STRICKLAND
i ull us about New York Sky- worship and at the Church School Gainesville Saturday. I at Wateroak this wek-end. and Mrs. B. L. Wilkinson.

japtr* and the wealth of your hour. Miss Elva Conner of Gum ---- -- -- Pr

Jut country You told us about On next Sunday morning the Branch spent Sunday afternoon r

r Savior We understand that Rev. C. W. White of Enterprisewill with Miss Lucile Crosby.Mrs. i .
He Is our Savior too." Those deliver the sermon and pre- M. J. Fouta Is visiting her I

(r e the last words said to mea sent the work of the Florida daughter, Mrs. A. L. Jackson of ,,
representative of Pollah Methodist Children's Home. A Jacksonville.Mr. .

iiilans before I left Warsaw' most cordial invitation is extended and Mrs. W. C. Conner 692ofh9t6*

Berlin. Since the military: to all our people and to the spent Saturday with Mr. and Mrs :

Jl lot Germany has been pressed 1 1'D I community generally to come and J. F. Shaw of Ralford. :; ,

i on the neck of Poland I worship with us and hear this ..
Mr. Tommie Lewis of Jacksonville T
r.Ff..E .LV.l? 1
e been thankful that I did former pastor preach. spent the week-end with his ,
h the Gospel to those hun- The evening service will be con-
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Lewis. I
i-htarted Poles. I thank God ducted by the pastor and congre-
We to that Mrs.
are glad report
the hundreds who found gational singing of familiar and I
I my
Paul Underbill who has been
veryill .
d I under my ministry In that favorite hymns will be a special
Is and has returned
improving FOR 1940
d land. I am wondering event of the hour. The service home after spending the past FORD CARS

r many of those young peoplei will begin In the evening promptlyat week In the Glen Dale Hospital In
i those songs of so many 7:30 o'clock, the morning sere Palatka.Mr. .,

and sang them from mem- Ice promptly at 11 o'clock. Come and
and Mrs. Leon Conner
because they had no song and worship with us. at
family were visiting Mrs. Conner's -
have fallen in battle and Prayer meeting service will be
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Waiter -
many were killed by bombsthe conducted on Wednesday evening demons of Heilbronn Sunday.
Heaven will been at 7:30: o'clock
sky. beginning promptly Mr. and Mrs. Luther Harrell of
i Interesting place. There and continuing for a space of one- Mrs. Har-
1 Brooker were visiting
I be no Poles no Germans), no half hour. You are most cordially rell's parents. Mr. and Mrs R. ,

men, and no Americans : Invited T.to attend this short M. Crosby' Sunday. v-. '. 9ii-

shall all be one up there and but most worthwhile worship Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Lewis; Mr. ,
till all speak the same lange service on Wednesday evening. with .,
Lewis Monday
W. A. spent it
In heaven. On Monday afternoon at 3 o' Mr. and Mm. M. C. Mott of .

clock (note change of time) the Brooker.Mr. .

e salutation by the hand of ladies of the Church will assembleIn and Mrs. Dave Paulk and
( Paul. Remember auditorium for the
my bonds. the Church little daughter, Fay of Jackson-
I lathe way Paul closed his monthly meeting of the Woman's ville spent the week-end with

le to the Colosstana. Years I Society of Christian Service. All Mrs. Paulk's parents Mr and tgtlt i
M I heard P. E. Myer, the great ladies are Invited to attend. Business Mrs. Walter Underbill.Amr 1

ph clergyman, preach from I and devotional meeting. ... n..<.y. those whn enjoyed MI'II.
.w. ----- --- -
text. He dramatically pic- Unless otherwise affiliated a W, A. Lewis' eighty-first birth-
Paul the cordial Invitation is extended sk t 'y ; 4'
signing Epistle, most day dinner on October first, at
I then looking at his handwrtt- to you to make our Church her home besides her children and 1(

|'and noticing that It was not your Church home while In grandchildren were: Rev and r4'J r
"itandard. he added the Starke.4 You will find a cordial
post- Mrs. W. E. Hall of Green Cove 1 ekI
Tt, "Remember my bonds" 1a welcome awaiting you and the Springs, Mrs. Charley Carter of IIttr.Psn j jI

i lust received a most inter1 fellowship of Christian folk. Heilbronn, Mr. and Mrs. I* L. jj I

letter from a former stunt + Conner and daughter Elna Mr.
|t the Bob Jones College. MISSION HALL ANDTABERNACLE and Mrs. Felix Sapp all of Gum I I ,

i cultured, Christian young Branch and Elder N. T. King and

"18 trying to do a delicate Mrs.: M. G. Fouts.

fan task in atmosphere The regular weekly Bible study Mr. and Mm. Everett Norman

b"i not altogether was held at the Mission Hall and family spent Sunday with

Ie. "I am determined sympa'I'I Tuesday night. Mrs. W. A. Feeler Mrs. Norman's parents, Mr. and i
|the> itandards and be who Is still confined to her Mrs. A. A. Hutchlnson of Water- -

Jt t I learned in the Bob Jones bed, sent a vase of Goldenrod to

regardless of my sur- add to the many flowers. Over oak.Mr.. Woodrow Thomas and Miss ,Lw

Dgl," the young man writes sixty verses were quoted from Vera Lee Lewis were visiting Mr. n

o are responsible to hold up' memory by those present. and Mrs. Bunion DeLacy and I

I UiUardn) and do the best Job The study was centered aroundthe Elder and Mrs. W. E. Hall of added Ford
22 to tires
file and be true to Jesus thought expensed by Isaiah! Green Cove Springs Sunday.Mr. important improvements, fundamental feat ;

tat God asks for your best "Like priest like people." It Is a Kthean Sapp of New River

r all, conditions. That 'si all I quite true statement. One can was a dinner guest of Mr. and represent the most advanced engineering the low price field ;

*** I have Just written my 'easily Judge the character of a Mrs.\ W. C. Conner Friday.Mr. .
*r student We all have our I church by observing the life of and Mrs. Wesley Hersle
God |Is so good and so Its leadership. An emotional and children of Jacksonville spent Wn
do the Ford for 1940 offer match their
able. cars to
He of will have an Mrs. H. II.
wants us to do type preacher Sunday with her aunt.
best under the circumstances. emotional following; a vigorous Lewis. brilliant new beauty? New comfort, convenience: quiet, tp"

does not expect a man with;' active type a group that will be __-. I safety-and the roomiest, richest; interiors ever designed 22 IMPORTANT FORD FEATURES

I leg to outrun a man who has physically active; a spiritual, VANDERBILT for a Ford car. FOR COMFORT-More room InsUa.( New Con- i

rood< legs But He does extra praying type will have a spiritual Miss Velma Norman trolled Ventilation. New torsion bur rij-.t.bili*.r.*
I t one-legged man to get nucleus around which his work fly They have a host of interesting new features. Finger Improved spring suspension.S.If-s.hng shockabsorbers.

18 best he can. He does I will center. One does not wonderat Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Johns, and Tip Gearshift on the steering post. An improved transmission Two-way adjustable driver's ..... New. G

expect the poor to pour out I the worldines of the churches ... e --- unusually to
mma r who should set the example Fr easy Seat Cushions.FOK .
money Into his when 'I'II of thin section were visitors Edge"
all l
ary man, shock absorber So f. lr
But He the' of complete separation Improved ,
expects Sunday.Mr. !
In Hellbron Springs CONVfNICNCr-New" Fing.r-TIp Gearshift.Engine .
*to give as best they can for I from the world find their pleasure I Carl Reddish of Cauldwell. improved spring suspension and a new riJe-stabilizer.* more accessible. Two-spoke steering vii..!.
rrylng on of His work In a and spend their time In worldly 1 I visiting his I
y World God judges our I'pursuits.If I II i New Jersey and, la Mrs. Ury Reddish parents A combination of new features makes the new cars) FOR SAFETY Sealed.Beam Heajfampe.. Dual

not by the amount we give a preacher wants a soul-sav II Mr Vanderbilt. quieter in operation. They have big, powerful hydraulic windshield wiper at base of windshield. Larger +
by I and family of ,, Condition/ Indicator all models..
the must be a I battery. Battery on
.r amount we have left, ing church he himself Miss Lorena Rosier of Wood- brakes. 'They have new Sealed-Beam Headlamps that
Pocket' after It must be understood with FOK Silt NCI Improved soundproofing. "Easy
we make our soul-winner. night
lawn spent Monday are safer, stronger and stay bright longer. They have ;
t was not the size of the that there is a vast differ- of this section shift transmissions Curved disc wheels. Improved '
I mite that brought from I''ence between enlisting members Velma and Norman Mrs. )Ellery Sapp and the famous Ford V.8 engine ((85 hp in the De Luxe drums for big Ford hydraulic bra..... ;,

Ups of our and wining a' Mr. Ford. Choice of 85 60 hp in the Ford) -which blends
Lord wonderful for an organization family of Vanderbilt were visiting or FOR STflf-New exterior beauty. N.w interior
'ownendatlon. It was I soul to Christ. A little social allurement In Heilbronn Spring Sunday. cylinder smoothness with economy. luxury. New instrument panel tgl-hp: maJttt only
tJJPty i
little business pres- l
pocketbook she had In a Ellen; Barber and children
hand<, 1ft.. she made the gift ': sure or some other worldly gesture and Mrs Mrs. J. W. Knight and daughter You've never seen cars with so much performance, MOM THAN 1VIS.

raVt Ifl al' that she had, God is all that is necessary to get' all of Jacksonville are visit- style and comfort at such a low price. Get "'HI QUALITY' CAR IN THI IOW-MICI HUD" ''I
I Hut
:' to U8He people to Join a church. F. M. Normanof '
or"y g gave some and a Ing Mr. and Mrs. acquainted You'll enjoy the experience
r. ; We have no such .: It takes agonizing prayer this section 1'

try r1Vt,, lck to Him. The I Spirit led life to actually win the L. c. and Iris Sapp of Vanderhilt -,
> offer sinks into lost to the Lamb of God ( vlalllng Milton and '
to: of the
: the sin this sec-1 1
J1"1"* taketh away Norman, also

gd what vr: H.*" how has & compared'I'I consecrated Let the leadership to God of and a church withdraw be tlon.Velma Saturday night. of Vander- I I. CARS AND TRUCKS NEW MERCURY 8 AND NEW LINCOLN-ZEPHYR V-12 f fd

boa poor we are. associations I Mr. Levy Norman '
nr.t J.1-
need our gifts, bUt themselves from worldly bllt was visiting. Mr. and Mrs.
3111 F they does appreciate and then there will be souls M. Rosier of Woodlawn Mondayand

Qpressbn: of our love. saved. Tuesday of this week.

"I .... ,' Mrs. William Sapp and children J. W. ANDREWS JR.'e

"this ard Sale: 100 for 8Ge. TABERNACLE Interest In of this section were vUltlngre. '
low Sun-
bel ore. Special There Is a growing latives In Heilbronn Springs

J haemhle, engra v I n g. the Tabernacleervices being see day. Vaa-1 I STARKE FLA. b
Itylett week we ,
tf* cheese manifested. Every Reddish of
WO. ..fromCOUIIt congregation.I Miss Margie
) Tel .pIJ. new faces In the

>_6' I'J.....

. ""''W '<' ""II"'''''''''' ", ,
.. .. _._ _. .___..


FIXJIMDA Flun.\\ ()( Tf))

__ husband's body sible'for the bullet to have gone crow n"'Io,1|i,, 1
Northern mills) than if they depend on the uncertain Scandinavian the trial brought that to her her home near through the back of his head unless eat South blddci from" t,, ,I d i '", "

Bradford County Telegraph sources of supply.In was Fort White in Andrews' car and you, ,deliberately. shot him?" County Ida, during eon: ,II"lib.' ,,, n, ," "n I'" ."

Established 1877 the first news- that Andrews admitted to her he Mr. Hunter inquired.The on :ltnndnr\= ", ." ,"c ,1 1, ,' t 1-
the meantime work is being pushed on She told how she defendant answered that he the folli","'1-: \ li I

Published Weekly on Fridays'and Entered as.Second Class print mill to be built in the South, now under constructionat shot dragged Raulerson.her husband's burnifig' did not know.: He declared he Bradford The W'r.
Matter at the Post Office at Starke. Florida Herty Texas, near Lufkin, at a cost of about $6,000,000 body from Andrew's car an<} put did not. shoot Raulerson deliberately Quartet half of N"ui?I ,, .. ., 1 :N"" 'f I

._ _.._ .. .. ..n and another is being projected at luka, Miss., which is expected out the fire alleged to have been --. tlon Mange 14,21 all(] Mil II,, ''1 i'"";',"hI" ;, I. Isf sf
Product of both of set by Andrews acres moi,". 'nralning'
SUBSCRIPTION RATE to cost about the same amount. A. J. Ray farmer living near Charlotte Co., Nurse T. 'I'nll'' 'l Ihli""

these plants, however, will hardly be a starter toward sup- Williston, was with Andrews and has recent '' I'' \.' '
Yearly $1.50; Six Months 75c-Payable In Advance Mrs ciennle Hickok Knight & Ki,,,iirii ha,
plying newspapers with newsprint, for those mills are expected Raulerson Just before the shooting ly accepted the.positlon of County Attorney r,",, |p, ,,
Advertising Rates on Application and was the first witness to Nursf with 11
to produce only about 50,000 tons each annually. \WArlotte! County

. .., .... testify Monday morning, he said, headquarters in Punta Gorda. For
us'e large of estimated 3,000-
Southern newspapers a part an "We had gone about two and a I Mrs. Hickok will take over her MALARIA

HE IS AN AMERICANlie 000 tons consumed yearly in the United States.As half or three miles when they new duties October 28. She was For over 70 years, tho

is an American.He conditions now shape up, they lead to the belief that started"We'll arguing.stop the car and settleit formerly the county nurse for upon proven thousands by their purchaseUhat of people

hears an airplane overhead, and if he looks up at all. there is a strong possibility that if the war continues for a ," he quoted Andrews as saying. Bradford.. Tonic consider for Wintersmith'Malaria the

does so in curiosity, neither in fear nor in the hope of seeing long period, measures will be intensified toward manufacturing Andrews got out of the car and ("FIJI'::..\IJ.' .*"N.eLM'IKH'H ISO'TICK must be )Wlnte ir '

newsprint in the South. Once the plants are built and Rauleison followed him, Ray told Notice, iv h'errby given that under be-j7 sold all over the South wou an
a protector. aotordAoce with that certain Ztforeit-n
the Jury. and In countries! .
His wife goes marketing and her purchases are limitedby begin operations, it will mean that they are here to stay, "What did you do?" State Attorney rendered flnnl decree by Honorable..f'fc>retlomiie A. Z.and Adklnwan Male Malaria, jet a bottle today,

her budget but not by decree. which will mean another great industrial development for Hunter Inquired. Judge ot the Circuit Court of follow the irrctwi, onihil" '
her needs, her tastes, Bradford -County Florida In Chan-
our state.-Times Union.THEKESSA "I passed out on the other side tery. In that certain cause pending WINTERSMITTONiC
He comes home in the evening through streets whichare i .. ____u declared Ray. In Haiti Court wherein F. R. Anderson -

well lighted, not dimly in blue. II I CARL ANDREWS FOUND The courtroom burst Into laugh Sle""n la-.OIl.plaintiff a widow.and I2t. Al Fannie are defondantn L.-
I I ter. He seemed startled, then CB-.O iCn 859. the undersigned -
He reads his newspaper and knows that what it says By Mrs. A. L. Sullltan GUILTY OF MURDER laughed, too. Special Master. bv said de.

is not concocted by a bureau, but an honest untrammeledeffort "I went Into the woods," Ray 1
(Continued from one)
? Mr-and Mrs. J. Walter ,page
to present the truth. Monday for their home Zeiglerleft In be-I said. "Then" it when the shooting :! t.. ....... ..... ... .. .H.
arguments by the attorneys started. .
'' .
lIe has never had a gas mask on. San Leandro. California after a gan. Wednesday afternoon the As it did he began running a .. ''I: ( RSA I S
vacation with relatives In ;i Cwi&ty !
month's 1o.i.
He has never been in a bomb-proof shelter. jury retired for deliberation. I little faster, he said. : ones
South Dakota, Illinois and FlorIda :
His military training, an R. O. T. C. course in college, Among those testifying duringthe I On the stand Wednesday And-his
that during
Ernest rews testified :
four, day trial were i 1tIRtAI 4PRICES
he took because it excused him from the gym course, and it Mr. Reno Dykes and Mlas Max- Williams) of High Springs, a fill II career of crime his convictions In- ;
Ine and Miss Virginia Pad :
was not compulsory. Dykes ing station operator, where And cluded breaking Into a United .

lIe belongs to such fraternal organizations and clubsas gett Christian from Lake Union Geneva here attended Sunday rews came the morning after the States postoffice and attempting I .:' .r' -r"" :,.
his te tt-
shooting and asked to be drivento I manslaughter. During :/ PALMOLIVE'' SOAP

he wishes. night. Macclenny; Sheriff Gordon mony regarding the shooting ofl .
He adheres to a political party to the extent that he de- Mrs. W. M. Andrews was shopping Moorehead of Marlon County, who I Raulerson he stated that he w ---;- Made with 3 For

sires-the dominant one, if that be his choice, but with the In Starke Monday afternoon.Mrs. examined Andrews' car and found not know whether he hit RaUler-1 I :. GENTLE OLIVE 1CCONCENTRATED
S. R. Swindle returned bloodstains; ,Sheriff S. R. Greenof son or whether Raulerson OIL
that he criticize of its policies '
distinct reservation may any home Sunday from Jacksonville Baker pounty, to whom And ed to cut him. '
with all the vigor which to him seems proper-any others as where she visited her daughter, rews surrendered and who identified "I struck him with my gun justas I.Ii .

his convictions dictate, even, if it be his decision, one which Minnie at St. Vincent's Hospital.Rev. the body of Raulerson; Dr. hard as I could on the head,

holds that the theory of government of the country is wrong Win. F. Minsheau from R. R. KillInger, Duval County and the gun went off," Andrews!Ii} pe SUPER SUDS 2 For
1' Lake Butler will fin his regular physician, who described the asserted. 'I
and should be scrapped. appointment here Saturday night wounds of Raulerson. He was lie said as Raulerson pulle at : 17c

He does not believe, if his party is out of power, that and Sunday.Mr. shot through the head and shoulders him he shot again. THE BLUE BOX .

the only way in which it can come into power is through a and Mrs. II. O. Jarrell and and there was a forehead Andrews' face was white and : for Washing Clothes
wound made with a blunt instrument his hands moved nervously. The '
bloody revolution. daughter Jacqueline of Jackson- I the doctor said. crowded courtroom was tense. '

He converses with friends, even with chance acquaintances -I| W.vllle W.were Packham visiting Sunday.Mr. Mr. .and Mrs. I Another witness taking the He said Raulerson was not cutting t : OCTAGON SOAP 3 For

expressing freely his opinion on any subject, without stand was Mrs. Ida Miles, who him as UA shot. Four or five '
and Mrs. A. L. Sullivan 't
said she lived near Gilchrist-Col- I shots were fired, be admitted. l \\ ... over 1000 free gilts 12c
fear. business visitors to Jacksonville
were umbia County; line on the Santa He shot the last time, he said, :
He does:! not expect his mail to be opened between post- Saturday. Fe river,. fine stated that Andrews as Rauleraon was falling. .. for Octagon coupons

ing and receipt, nor his telephone to be tapped. Mis J. A Milliken and children came bo her house the morning "The gun felt 'like it hit something '.4.gnh; W,
Sylvia and Glenn were visitingMr. after tho.. and told and went off," said Andrews
shooting -
of dwelling and does not report 2 For
He 'changes place '
and Mrs. A. L,, Sullivan Sun- her he was in trouble. Clayton f i SUPER SUDS
so doing to the police. day morning.Mr. Long and Mrs Clayton Long testified "How do you account for the

lIe has not registered with the police.He and Mrs. C. R. Moore and that they live about three fact that one of the bullets went ':f Suds THE RED BOX 1'' *'
carries an identification card only in case he shouldbe sons Charles and Harry, of Gain- miles from th&, l1drews.Rautet'lOn through the right side of his
esville were visiting Mr. and Mrs. place and t) at'Andrews called at (Raulerson's) head and went :,, for Washing DishesGREEN'S
the victim of an accident. .
D. W. Moore Sunday. their home Mplce during the morn- through his brain?" the state attorney ,
He thinks of his neighbors across international bordersof ing after shooting to asked. ... ,-
Mr. and Mrs. Harmon Hodges, tide asking .v? ;< .0.0" *HfS ;! .,JI -- those! to the north as though they were across a State Mr. and Mrs. Roy Dennison and be shqwn the way to the Andrews- Andrews replied that he did not ...... iCf... .... ... ..... ....

line rather than as foreigners-of those to the south more :family and Mr. and Mrs. McGlenn Raulqrsod place. know he would let the jury' de-
'of Gainesville were visiting Mr, Mrs. Beulaji Raulerson, wUe of '
since they speak a different language than his, cide."Wouldn't STOREOLDSMOBILE
as strangers and Mrs. W. W. Packham Sun Paul Raulerson, testified during It have been Impos
and with the knowledge that there are now matters of difference -
between his government and theirs, but of neither D. W. Moore returned Sunday -
after spending a few days in
with an expectancy of war. .
Belle Glade with his son, Howard
lIe worships God in the fashion of his choice, without Moore

hinderance. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Prevatt

His children are with him in his home, neither removedto and family of Starke were visiting
Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Packham
a place of greater safety, if young nor, if older, ordered Sunday.Mr. -

ready to serve the State with sacrifice of life or' limb. J. P. Summers and Mrs. G.

He has his problems, his troubles, his uncertainties, but D., Chapman and sons Caroll and

all others are not overshadowed bye the imminence of battle Kenneth were recent visitors -of
Mr. and Mrs. C. Sullivan.Mr. .
and sudden death. and Mrs. Leon Tomllnson

He should struggle to preserve his Americanism with of Jacksonville were recent visitors
of Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Kersey.
its priceless privileges.
Mrs. J. J, Zeigler and daughter,
He is a very fortunate man. Ruth were visiting relatives in

lie is an American.-Washington County Times. Waldo Tuesday t .'

o Mrs. D. W. Moore and Miss qe .
..' Willie Maud Loper were visitors
to Starke Saturday night.
The fact that American publishers depend upon for- Misses Mildred and Hazel Phil- !

eign sources for the paper they use in printing their papers, lIp were visiting in Lake Wales goes

and the difficulties a prolongation of the European war will Thursday.Mrs. rsI
R. E. Mundorff and sons,
throw around the customary: flow of supplies, may bring to John and Wayne and Miss Beulah

the Southern States a more determined effort to speed the Hatley of Blowing, Rock, N. C..
action that becomesa were visiting Mr. and Mrs. C,
erection here of newsprint plants. Any
Sullivan Friday. Mrs. MundorffIs
reminder of the experiences during the World War, when on her was to Ormond Beach l

profiteering In newsprint was the order of the day, will,serve] where the will spend the winter .

to clinch the argument that the newspapers! of this country)i ***.!??" ,
should make themselves independent of foreign manufact-' COME TO ..

urers. I .h

. Canada, the chief source' of supply, already has taken!I KELLY'S PLACEStarke <

one step that has an important bearing on the situation.', :,

That is the declaration making pulp conditional contraband 1 Florida ,

which prevents the foreign product from being shipped to -- -- ti
-#, :
; Montreal and thence to Wisconsin by way of the Great ?CTW vf"*i*. .:

I Lakes. This will make it necessary to re-route shipments FLORIDA THEATRE
t through United States ports at an additional cost of $6 a,
Program for the week beginning
; ton. which will be passed on to the consumer after the $50 October IS, 1939 *-*-

i a ton price of Canadian newsprint, guaranteed through the
: first four months of 1940, has expired. How much higher Anna Neagle

! the price will go after that, in the event that the Europeanwar "Nf RSL KIM'TII CAVELL 1VfSt

continues, there is no way of telling at this time.
Saturday Only' W
t American publishers will, of course, have to pay the increased Double Feature Proitram ': \l '
i price, whatever it may be, if they continue to print Randolph Scott Francess Dee i-iiT i*," 11YT5UCETIC
. newspapers, for there is' no other source from which to ob- "Ralph Bellamy JV* Bm
(0\ST GUARD"nl.n .
, tain newsprint except the converter mills in the North which BIGG.mand BETTER an.u J ,
"IIKKO FOR A I>.\\'" : in y4/
get their pulp from Europe. Hazards of shipping that pulp
With Anita Louise-Dick Foran
through the mines and past the submarines of the war zone DRIVE !
, are such that there is little likelihood of increased productionby Sunday A Monday BIGGER AND BETTER BODIES BY M. HFR!..BICCER BETTER AND BETTER SIZE! BOI PRICED>MC fOR EVERY. .
Gary Cooper ap.$4oyand .NO
Andrea Leeds David Niven
I of these circumstances will combine to show the In Mien. Cmr ..ltqwoohi cjLfrrcxTo |
) All fe''''
BIG NEWS for 1940 is the .. "
"UISAI. l.l.0lrv"Added bigfuel. In the popular-price field Pch. !t. .: 9oo.f 3" For 'lI'a .., '
the other of 4 Door Tounat .j'T' b..n coming and l' *
American publishers great need for sources! ger and better Oldsmobile I the new Seventy is larger 189' S dmn li, I rmbmuaad
e Drh
". supply. This will center attention upon the South where the Donald Duck, In three stunning new cars and f"I'> than ever. While for '.G/..rnr.ndd.8.r...CAroow Window+ liquid CUplln*and folly, an amazing utom.n. r.)..mnwdr .''
eaeh: and better value! *? /
"Autograph Hound a bigger Its lt
r .
-cylinder : Tnm
t- : ub.SDu.f 'Jc.
mills established during recent now are turningout WJi y. drir'' '* toits.ImpialurmAG7a. (
r years of
low-priced cars will Oid .bile in,re,uu -5, :>, T'ampeiHorn.,2Wmd >I.;U}St..r,( .
huge quantities of pulp for kraft paper, and where much Tuesday Greene' A -WrdnemlayRichard Brenda Joyce and find the new Sixty longer new Custom 8,Cru, ,'tr: a see..::p'umrp', ::3. Sun K.euem Vi ... ."clalfv.Hydra-MaticDrfveit llSt) ponilandl3)Stcp'Ohfrap) tll.' 011'BIG
roomierwithaQSH.P. .
has been said about the desirability\ of building plants to Richard Dix; Roland Young longer, wider i ,' i HI it'. era 7.a.pertaNoNDa..d nrrln..rfnllad"anc.m.nt. .f"'Pnortti,
. Engine deluxethrougl i ., on rmil nltm. ,1,1, .?J;?. a1onl, ,
; manufacture newsprint William L. Allen, acting technical In that saves still more onAMKHICt'S --: ;." new c l >e> ( > atM/ n"Ua COlton all Old m 4d!. .r/9411/
Olsmobtle iranyl,0
f "ilI.:lt1.: I AM: A STRANOKK": today! 0.
director of the Herty Foundation Laboratory at Savannahsays Il r..061097'r.. .. lrreee. .
t chn"o ."".. irnoilp.
the South offers the solution of the problem.By I Thurs. Fri, Oct. 19 20 A GENERAL MOTORS VALUE

building pulp mills here he sees a way to keep the I Loretta Young, In I

converter plants of the North provided with their needs, 1 KTKKNALLY: with lOl'KS' TORODE CHEVROLET COMPANPAGE

giving more jobs here where they are badly needed, and at I David Niven Billy Burke I

the same time furnishing! more definite employment in the I -, .