Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: October 20, 1939
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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tabJished 1877 ; we should quietly hear both side ". Goethe E. L. Matthews, Editor and Owner

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?TBALL GAME E ,: For Comptroller- THOUSANDS ARE P-T A CARNIVALOCTOBER Three Killed Thirteen HurtIn


Automobile Wrecks HereIS


n SENTENCED Two Die When Automobile Hits _

Tornadoes Defeated Armory Dedication Big Association Sponsors i iI I Railing On Overpass Near \

19.6 By Bunnell Publicity Boost Annual Event For Carl Andrews 32, found guilty' Keystone Heights i,
of murder in the first degree but
Friday For Starke B. H. S. Benefit given a recommendation of mercy

d by a Marion County jury In Ocala Automobile wrecks cost three lives seriously injuredtwo
rrford High's Tornadoes will l w48 e yK Thousands are expected to at- Hallowe'en night. Tuesday. October Thursday of last week, was sen- and slightly injured eleven other persons near here over
e' chance to prove that their tend the grand opening 0 fStarke's 31, Starke will witness) and tenced Friday by Circuit Judge
the week-end in a series of four auto accidents from Thurs.
nfldent attitude, which ac- t new Armory here next : take part in the third annual Carnival Frederick Hacker who presidedover t
for last Friday nlght' Friday, when our National Guard presented by the Parent- the trial. The Judge sen- day until Sunday and one yesterday, five in all. ,

defeat at the hands of a Headquarters Company will be I Teachers' Association of Bradford tenced Ihe murderer of Paul The most gruesome and horrible accident to occur near

'mere t Bunnell eleven, la a host for an open house inspectionof High School. Raulerson to life Imprisonment
here in months happened about midnight Saturday, when a
when the Jen-
rf the past the new building, to a football Time has never been when peo When sentenced. Andrews wept,
p HIS* School team makeenelon game, a grand reception and ple did not like excitement and and thanked the court and the 1932 model "B" Ford coupe, occupied by Grover Mullin, 24.

against the local boysdford s's dance. entertainment and several days state attorneys for giving him a of Hampton and two companions Willie P. Young, 42, ,of

Park at 8 o'clock tot k fvq The events are being widely ago a group of Industrious persons fair tilal He was taken to Rai- I Jacksonville, and Odessa Griffis, 16, of Starke, struck the '

advertised In this area, with glaring 1 intent upon bringing to ford to begin his sentence Tuesday east railing of the Georgia, Southern & Florida Railroad ,,1

ring both tallys in thequarter Edwin G Fraser Macclenny posters distributed as far Starke and its citizens enjoyment overpass 3 miles this side of Keystone Heights on road 28. ,

of the game Friday business man and state legislator away as Baldwin, Live Oak, Haw- and a good time began thinking The trio were said to have been, 1

t the Bimnell eleven was who announced his candidacyfor thorne, Green Cove Springs, Lake seriously exactly how this mightbe returning to Starke from a dancaat ii
ed by John Clements, 180 election to the office of state City, Palatka and Gainesville done. The result was the an- PLANK GOES THROUGH CAR; TWO DIE "Tompklns Place" at Putnam

d fullback, and had things comptroller, last week. J. M Lee Appointment of committees nouncement last week of the P.- Hall at the time of the accident. ,'

y much their own:, way dur- Is the present incumbent this week added further impetusto T. A's. third annual Hallowe'en j0 ai The driver, after the car had

the first three quarters oft Fraser said yesterday he will the plans for the gala day, and Carnival. l f } ti climbed the steep road grade to'

tame shortly open a statewide tour In the committee in charge of arrangements Many features will\Born Bradford the actual overpass bridge, j .I
fly;!! Bunnell scoring at- the interest of his candidacy. "It is composed of Lt T. Park for the new, lighted steered the vehicle too far to the
was made on a pass fromto la apparent" he said, "that my T. Long, In charge of the or- athletic field will be the scene of'I f4 right side of the road and the >

to W Higginbotham, contention that young blood is chestra; Lt, R G. Kldd to assistin activities, that afternoon and y y automobile struck the wooden d I

the second score was rung necessary in our state governmenthas all arrangements; Sgt. Bill night. The grounds will have the bridge raiting The force of the

n Oc men is made a ten yard struck a popular chord in pub- Graham, In charge of advertising; atmosphere of Hallowe'en: an air wHi Impact drove a 15-foot 2 by 6

plunge carrying three Tor- lic opinion." Sgt. Sam Alvarez, handling Invitations of mystery, and many of the features y railing through the right aide of i 1

oet with him. both in the ; Sgt. Elmo: Struth, in will go hand-tn-hand with the car's radiator, on through the

I quarter I charge of decorations and publicity the witch-and-broom tradition but engine compartment parallel with

e local lads rallied and open- 2,389 LICENSESTO I no cats can be let out of the bag i the motor and through the partition ;
their counter attack in the I The committee in charge of the now, the committee of arrangements separating the motor compartment a j

quarter when the single scor- free refreshments" for the open Bltsel ts. t4 and the passenger cab. G 1

drive was made--too late top DRIVEAREJOLD I house period from 4:30: o'clock until All the booths and events will When forcing Its way through the o-

the lagging score. 7:30: o'clock Friday afternoonis be In Bradford Park underneaththe Interior of the car, the blunt end h 1

utlng reports describe the Mrs D. P. Carpenter, Mrs R powerful flood-lights used for of the timber! struck the GriffU

tugs football eleven to be a O. Kldd and Mrs Elmo Struth football and no less colorful than girl In the right breast, tearing I{ ?

deceptive and unpredictable During this open house and Inspection the games will be the bright, mer- out a large portion of her chest, ;t

.l Advance statistics promise period visitors are urgedto ry Carnival. killing her Instantly and pushing* f ,

name to be a close one and if Drivers 'Without Permits come and take a lour over the her body partly through the back
All Starke citizens now know :
Bradford boys will "snap out new $27,000 structure, and of the coupe, which wa metal.
Are Now the objective of this coming Car- I
'It probably will be. SubjectTo Guardsmen, In full dress regalia, Before the car came to a cornt ,
nival, and all of them feel It Is a I I
nights game at 8 o'clock In ArrestSales will conduct the tours and dem- I The above picture shows the wreckage of the car In which two plete halt, the timber had pierced '
good thing to aim for: R. C A i '
lfori Park will be the Tor- onstrate all phases of the Head- sound motion picture equipmentor persona lost their lives near here Saturday night when the driver of It from end to end and a portion 4

fourth, and tonight they of."drivers' licensee" In quarters Company's activities audio-visual education In the the 1932 Model "B" Ford drove the car too near the light side of of the heavy plank projected d

have a chance to tie their Bradford County up until yester- At 7:30: o'clock everyone Is Invited school. By making good on this the rood and hit the wooden railing of the Georgia Southern & Flor from both the front and tear. Th
i and to attend the B. H. S. ver- automobile motionless
winnings as they have day total 2,389, Judge E. K Per- event the P.-T. A, will be en- ida Railroad overpass just this side of Keystone Heights The car when finally -
31', lost two and won one sus Reddick football game at was only partly on the road, '
ryman, in charge of sales, stated abled to make a good, solid down headed toward Starke, hit the right, south side railing and the force ;.
Admission charges arerime Bradford Park and regular admission and the rlgbt- whel.w) hang-
payment on,the machinery. After drove the :) 2 6 timber the car. As the
Of.thes.,2,338'are ordinaryop* IS-foot by entirely through
23 and SO cents,. andS charges apply. the first it win be in Ing over theed&e of the bridge
H S. Brass Band and the era tors' permits at ,50-cents each At 9:30: o'clock following the the school. payment timber passed through the Interior of the coupe It .struck and instantly above the railroad some scores of

squad will turn' out In full and '53 are chaffeurs': licenses at football game a grand receptionwill killed Odessa Gilffln, 16. of Starke and Inflicted fatal InJuries feet below. Officers. descended to 1 ,

r to induce spiritual power $1 each and sales ao far repre- be held at the Armory. The Of Interest to Hallowe'encelebrating on Willie P. Young, 42, of Jacksonville.: The other occupantof the t tracks and removed the fallen

\inning spirit Into the slump- sent an Income of $1,221, which receiving line Is expected to school children, and others -: the car, Grover Mullin of Hampton, was not Injured Additional I debris ,

Ibraadoes1 will be applied towards defrayingthe reach from the front door to the la the announcement that story to the right.DEMENTED, Young was fatally Injured In I
masks, mustaches tlckly goatees,
expense of the State Road 6,000 square foot, waxed dance Ills fractured .
----- -- ---- the accident. leg was
GUN CLUB Patrol when it gets under way floor on the second story, whereat toy hats wax noses, celluloid and he sustained severe Internal (
false teeth, balloons, and assorted
next December. 10 o'clock, Cad Roberta and his TORNADOES Injuries and died twelve
nolae-makeis will be found at the MAN
SHOOTS Sheriff A O. Andreu was notified 10-plece Orchestra will dispense Carnival. For those who like to HAVE BIG PARTYThe hours later Sunday morning at
last week by Governor Cone dance music as long aa there Is 11:45: o'clock, in a Jacksonville
Staike Gun Club Is spon- that October IS Is the deadline anyone to dance.Everyone get their Hallowe'en "faces" all SUNDAY B. H S. Tornadoes en- hospital
S a special Armistice Day for motorists to secure drlveis' of the 25 members of net and ready for action beforehand countered unusual, competlt'on!'
t the above-mentioned article I The wrecked automobile was)
Thursday, November 9, on Company has Tuesday night not In the form of
licenses and asked him to give as the Headquarters
Club s will also be sold In advance of the i brought to a local garage Sunday 1 ,
shooting grounds on JAIL AFIRE
much publicity to this fact as appointed himself a committee of SETS an offensive football team but' In ,
site of Carnival. morning and throughout the day '
the old
air-port south possible. In his letter Governor one to see that everybody has a I I the pleasant shape of an old- Ida
crowds of curious
''IVII. persons Inspected -
Prizes will be awardedbest Cone stated that the people have good time. Admission to the Working hand-ln-glove with the fashioned chicken supper ao boun- t
shooters had ample time to purchase driv- dance Is $I, but all ladles are ad- P.-T. A, In planning for the big Snatches Pistol From teous that twice as> many "attackers" the the car blood and gasped small upon bits seeing of-
pmmenclng at 9 o'clock in the ers' licenses and that he did not mitted free.Strings night are: the Rotary Club famous could not have eaten It all.

DO njr, the rounds will consist Intend to extend the time further. of colored lights are al- for its ability to plan success Deputy and Shoots Mr. and Mrs Roan J. Turnerof flesh clinging and to to the car's the Interior wed&edplank l

birds and shooters will be The Sheriff was requested to cooperate ready up in front of the Armory,, ful entertainment; the active At Him New River, whose son, Kenneth The automobile wa a total wreck.
upped by their record for with the County Judge and 250 gaily colored balloons will Woman's Club; the American is a first string Tornado,
and held In
Mullin\ was arrested
'earand their known shooting and with the Motor Vehicle De- be Inflated and used In the deco- Legion; and the Young Matrons' Deputy Sheriff-Patrolman Mel- were hosts for this large supper until the
'. All ties will be shot off 250 Club of the Baptist Church. Also assisted In the the county jail here, cor-
rations. Already more than They were preparations -
partment and person missed beIng
biid any I vln McKinney narrowly oner's Inquest was conducted by ,I IJudge
events. Invitations have cooperating will be the Boy by several friends, Mr, I
found driving without a license complimentary
this shot and Jailer Ben Rowe escaped E, K. Perryman In his office -
special event the'first after October IS. He said he been sent to dignitaries beginningwith Scouts and the School Safety and Mrs, T. C. ChastaIn, Mrs. ;
to In the court house at 2 o'clock
the best shooter will be hated to take this action, but due Governor Cone and on down. I'a trol. having his jull burned I Ethan Sapp and Mr and Mrs. afternoon.

automatic shot gun donat to the fact that funds from the Public enthusiasm U at a high down around his ears Sunday aft Clayton I'rlest, who also have Wednesday

J the Bradford Hardware sale of drivers' licenses are cornIng pitch, and the Armory dedication LEAGUE ernoon when Roy Denmark, 00, sons on the Bradford High team After hearing testimony from I l

Piny>d a hunting coat will be In slowly. .It would be sev- ceremonies are expected to give locked to a Jail cell because of I' The SO guests were on hand by four witnesses the six: man jury t
prize, a gun case will be FORMED HEREAt 8:30 o'clock and abundance of retired and after deliberating ;
boostIn : an
eral months before he would be Starke It greatest publicity violent Insanity, set fire to the
and free nearly an hour brought In a ver-
and birds excellent foods Including
able the State Road recent years.HOUSE, In his cell were prepared. -
to set blankets and
be up a meeting held In the couit- bedding
fourth prize. fried thicken, chicken and dict that "Ihe girl came to her
Patrol unless revenue was and threw out of i
more house. flaming particles
Sunday afternoon the
there |Is a 100 bird handl- rice fresh sausage, potato salad, death due to reckless driving by :
received. BURNS the cell onto other inflammable
was organized under the 1
e to be shot county an unknown person It was. staged
at any of the pickles, tomatoes, bread, cake,
In to
ar Judge Perryman was notified Social Security Reform League material nearby. response
Thursday afternoon TUESDAYThe pies and Iced tea Those present by one of the witnesses that
a up to and Including No- last week by D. W. Flnley Mo- Inc, of Florida and J, T. Barnes cries from other prisoners McKinney .said they had never seen such a Mullin was driving when the i d

r 2. All ties In this race tor Vehicle Commissioner, that house belonging to the was elected president. Harley Mc- rushed up Into the second party left 'Thompson'* Plac"

'hot off in 25 bird events. contrary to reports being circu- heirs of the late Dr Ida J, Hei- Crae vice-president, and Mm, Joe story of the jail building where feast.Several of the r..wtbaJl squad but no known person saw them

are: first, a case of shells; lated it is not necessary that the berger located several hundred \Wilson as secretary-treasurer. the prisoners are confined, to ex- brought their girl' friends and after they left this place until

II, a pair' of Ray-Ban shoot- applicant for a drivers' license yards west of Bradford Park and The principal speaker was W. tinguish the fire. In accomplishing some of the party were accused after the wreck. Mullin said he yr
ItI8eS! i be examined merely because he Johns and H. of this, he stepped near the bar- I not Three witness
; third a sheep-ekln occupied by Corley Hayes Gainesville who out- of laying away an early supply of was driving.
red door of the cell where Den-
ate, failed to secure his license priorto family burned to the ground lined the League's plans, and provisions for the coming winter.I testified that Mullin waa appar-
prizes Including those to October 1. He told the Judgeto shortly after noon Tuesday urged that all stand together and mark was locked, and the Insane Coach Johnnie Whittemore war I ently sober when he left Thompson' A

Banners of the contest the issue licenses to all persons applying The fire department was called fight until the oldsters could havean man reached through the bars acting toastmaster, enlivening theVaslon I *, and none had seen him
snatched the Smith & Wesson six-
b.. been sponsoring since for the same after October out but was unable to aid as adequate pension to live on with hm. famous wit and I drink at all during the several

.t, will be awarded at the 1, until further notice. there was no water available, and until such time as the principlesof shooter holster special und!from without McKlnney'sopen further humor and calling on all Individuals hour the trio spent there. lie I l it

Armistice Day shoot It Is believed that the automo- the blaze was peat the stage the Townsend Plan could be en- ado started present for short speeches.A was ordered released from custody. t

Jovernlng all the events. bile drivers In Bradford Countyare where carried chemicals could be acted Into law, He spoke also In firing."I wonderful time was had by ,
8of prizes and handlare purchasing their licenses faster ued when the fire apparatus arrived reference to the World War veterans -j felt the pistol snatched" McKinney all. Everyone present was lavishIn The third man to meet death on ,

posted at the Club's than the drivers in most coun- The firemen received no and the widows with dependent said "and jumped behind his praises and thank to those I the highway near here was B. V

d, and may be seen there ties. Judge Perryman estimated pay for their trip as the house children the blind. crlp-| the part of the cell that was solid sponsoring this feast and were all I Chambers M, of Tampa. Chambers ti''

gone.Phaes. there were only about 3.000 persons was located 200 feet outside the pled and shut-Ins and of their metal." Denmark fired the pistolsix happy to be living In Bradford died in a Jacksonville Hospital t 1 i

to be awarded ,in them in the county needing licenses city limits. great need for an adequate pension -I times as rapidly aa he could County and being a member of Thursday night of a crush- t

'Pecial' contest that has and 80-percent of this number The fire Mr. Johns said started to live on. Other speakerswere pull th* trigger, and one of the 1 the party. After the meal wa (.<1 leg and internal Injuries& received

I Progress since August barr already purchased them. from a faulty flue. The D. :. Knight J. C. Godwin bullets going through a Jail win- over there was fully enough food Thursday morning about 9 j

of new automatic shot family Bared only a few.cloth**. of Jacksonville.. R. C. Campbell.1 dow missed Elmo Struth standing left to feed a aim lilaI' group were I,J'elock[ when the Dodge sedan In l

lleeon4. a pair of Ray-Ban Courthouse Repaired a cheat of drawers and a gun. Jacksonville, and J. H. Scarborough near the courthouse by about It present which be and his employer WalterIungmyer '
r the of Lake Butler. six inches1. Even when the gun also of Tamp, were
fiaaaea; and third. a CUD BxtBiv repairs were made on Many persons when hearing Thou present besides the hosts,
th. courthouse foundations during whiirtl l Mow thought It was noon was empty the demented man leaving reluctantly and expressing riding was rammed In a head on

-,,_.- t.be past week. Most work until the repeated blasts signified Total Now $281J50 continued! to snap the hammer on their gratitude for the unusual collision near Highland.

'iral Over was under the east entrance and fir*. Hundreds of school children A total of 1281.60 has been contributed emptied shells while aiming atMcKinney's treat were all member of the According to a Duval County

Dgellat E. Saturday hall-way. Several new beams and who had Just been dismissed from to the Crosby Lake Re- .head until the gun football team Coach and Mrs I IWblttemore road patrolman ,a tire blew out
'"Kster T, Vestal, a con- concrete reinforcements were put school for the noon hour, were fencing and Cleaning Fund. This waa taken away from him. John Atkinson Miss ,an a car occupied by Mr. and Mrs

I.b' once twice sentenced In. Slmillar work is being done spectators. The house, a large, Week $8 were contributed: 8. E. Denmark a lifelong resident of Lorraine Smith Miss Gullda W. G. Purdy en route from New ,

by electric by hanging and this week under the west entrance wood two-story structure nearly Sparks. $5; Mrs. Sarah Coburn. Bradford County, had been Thede, A. J Grlffl. Principal and York City to St, Petersburg, and
rowing chair, and the and hall. 75-years old burned completely $1, Through an error the name brought to the jail for confinement Mra E. L. Williams Mr'*. Kate the machine swerved Into the path ;
member of the non earlier Sunday morning and waa Edwin ills ([3t the automobile In which Chambers -
TOlD within an hour.Current. of Mrs. Carrie Rltch was omit- Sheppard, Sheppard
: Slaughter gang ha. ted from a previous list. She not responsible for his actions.He Jacqueline Andrews, Miss Muriel and Jungmeyer were travelIng -
L Haptlat at the revival at BirthsMr. Is Off $1.Carl would probably be sent to the Smith Miss. Betty Crosby. Mis north to Jacksonville. Jung
den Church this week. and Mrs. Sam Crockett off Sunday Johns stated yesterday State Hospital officials stated. Novla Sapp, Miss Melba ,Moody, meyer suffered a broken leg but
October 9. Electricity I
t I gtV1n1' some wondertlmoniaia Sumner Lawtey. boy After the fire was extinguished. Clifton Brown Marlon Brown the Purdys escaped. with minor t
the fence
from 8 o'clock that just ae soon as I
and W..C. Smithy. Jr.. morning
will and Mrs. I
continue Mr. tension I
of all Miss Martha Collln\ Miss Bonnie laceration
ale about 8 o'clock. High I route U surveyed. he win be In Denmark's cell waa cleared
!! Graham tonight and Starke, boy. October 16. transferred to a position to order the metal Inflammable materials and bla ..Turner R. J, Turner. and Wilbur The body of Chamber was sent
night wires being
Dukea.Brooker were
: (Friday and Sat- Mr. and Mr.. W. M. I
boy, October 16. new poles plant officials said. I fence posts. 'matches removed Turner. ( on Pg eight) ... wi



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I Iin the week- daughter who had spent the past 1 fellowship meeting at Ft Worth brother-Inlaw
Winter Park over ,
1 believe they are going to a game of musical romance ulrl! '
[rand I with relatives and Texas. Mrll. isterl d(
week W lIf >
ScoutsThe with Mrs. L L. Parkerthe I Muss
Boy I I to practice the principlesof played end.Mr. friends. Mi\ and Mrs R. L. Batten of Mr. and I
Scouting In their dally lives." winner. and Mrs. Grady Baxter of: Theressa was visiting their son- Mis It M, McRn
of children
received friends and Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Groover were
Hazen many
This was a reiteration of a statement Baldwin were visiting
Anniversary Meeting ofStarke's MrsW.: F. Harnageof in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. M. J, lIh
Boswell made in his addressat beautiful and useful presents for relatives here last week. Miami and McRae of
70 of tho Boy last Wednes- Mrs. A. J. Fender Saturday. Sunday t'rosE
Troop y
her thanks. this section spent afteroon
the public meeting last week which she expressed Dr. and Mrs. Lahughi of Miami
Mrs. Alice Oliver is visiting her
held Oct. and
of America was in
Scouts Jasper .
served Thursday
then and
when there he said, "This Troop The guests were Mrs. Florence Varn- day .-
visiting -
were and Mr. .;
son-in-law daughter,
10th In the new Legion Hall and I relatives and
cake and punch by the hostesses. Lake City visiting
has one of the outstanding records edoe Saturday. Mrs. Lahughi is JVOOIJL..WN
Brown at ,
community building. One of the Mrs. Eston Sampson ,
I of the whole North Florida Varnedoe. friends. 1\1".
the neice of Mrs. Ooicar
if not the largest audi- were' City this week. Carter
largest Council Area for this year just Mr. and Mrs. Joe Miss Ella Mae Sapp spent the "
assembled In Starkefor H. P. We are sorry to report that Mr. and Mrs. O. R. Alvarez and -
ence ever closing." the guests of Mr. and Mrs. week-end In Starke as the guestof Mr. Mrs. Dave l
a Scout meeting supportedthe Gainey Sunday. and Mrs. Harmon Morgan were her sister Miss Hazel Sapp. children were visiting Mr. and Harris of the Thornlon aajf
meeting throughout.With Everything connected Misses Juanita McKlnzle. very badly bruised up in a car 'Mrs. J. L. Underhill Sunday ed church State Farm ul!
the marching in of the Troop 70 indicates a better year McGauley wreck Sunday and were unableto Mr. H. Keene and sons Vanlce I at Hellbronn Sun
Juanita and and Mrs. T. N Norman Mrs. (
ahead for the Troop than the one Mrs. and R. C. spent the week-end here Mr. Anna Webb
members of the Troop, the offic- the guests of Miss go to school Monday. at Hawt
were supper Dorothea and
and daughter and Mrs.
friends. Effie
and the Troop Mascot, Miss just closing and the parents and Morgan has several severe cuts visiting relatives and Johns
ers, Iva Mae Lewis last Wednesday I Mrs. Elder Sapp, all of Gum were of
Grace Dew, the assembled audi- friends of this Troop are urgedto night. After Supper they all en- about the head and hands. Mr. Miss Evelyn Clemons of Hell- relatives week visiting relatives he
Branch visiting
ence rose and joined In the singIng continue to give the fine cooperation marshmellow roast. Morgan was badly shaken up and bronn spent Thursday night with were .
joyed a
of "America," accompanied at to the Troop that has Mr C. Saucer and son of Bald- bruised. The car Is said to have Mr. and Mrs. Edd Parrlah. I here Sunday Mr, and Mrs Walter Wn
Mr. and Mrs. C. T. Jackson and
Mrs. H. C. Brown. been exhibited during the past turned three times and is a and and children ot
the piano by win were visiting her mother, Mrs. over Mr. and Mrs. P. D. Reddick : mother, Mrs Lillian McRae and Lawtey"P"<'
The pledge of Allegiance to the year. These boys are working toward John Clemons over the week-end. complete wreck. It happened at children were the guests of Mr. Hester and week-end 88 the guest of 11
grand child-
Flag of the United States, the most worthwhile goals and Mrs. Clemons has been very sick the cross roads between Starke and Mrs. J. S. Sapp Sunday. daughter Barbara, and Dannie Mrs. A. A. Thompson
Oath and laws were repeated It certainly behooves the citizensof and Mr. Morgan says ren Phillipsall Mrs W.
Scout for several months but seems to Hampton. Mrs. Edd Parrish Mrs. C. Rivers
Mr. and
of Gainesville were visitors at and
Starke to give them a boost c
and the Anniversary pro- he did not see the oncoming car. and Mrs. Steve
be lots better now. and
the H. Keene and son Harley H. M. McRae'a Sunday afternoonand Denmark nf
under along way. Both Mr, and Mrs. Morgan are sonvllle
gram was way. Mrs. J. R. Mott celebrated her Miss Elizabeth Harnage were were visiting Mrs,
Frank Robinson, III, made the The next regular Troop Com birthday Sunday with a dinner. teachers in our school friends and relatives in evening. Denmark Monday.
visiting Mrs Hunter and children
address of welcome and the response mittee meeting will be held In with her Mrs. A. of New River Roy Mr.
Those enjoying the day Crosby Sunday. and Mrs. S T StarllJ
Lawtey of Brooker spent Saturday here
in a most grati- the school rooms of the First
was given and Mrs. L. A. Mattand visitor here Monday. Geneva
were: Mr. was a Hilliard l
Mrs. A. H. Hall and son Harleyof with her brother-in-law and slater and Leon
manner by R. F. Clark, pre- Methodist Church on Monday
fying Mr and '
of ,
son High Springs !ling were<
sident of the Starke Rotary Club. evening October 23rd at 7:30: o'- Mrs. Hugh Rahn of Ralford. GUM BRANCH Jacksonville spent Thursday Mr and Mrs. A. J, Fender. I Monday. shopping m

The Cheermaster, Buddy Davis, clock. All applicants for advancement Bonnie Mott Mr. and Mrs. O. J. fly Miss Elizabeth Harnage night with Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Miss Vesta McRae Is spendingthis 1 Mr.

led the troop in two rousing and for Merit Badgesare Mott and John Mott, Jr., all of Norman.Mr. week in Jacksonville with re- Mrs. and Mrs Dalton Cart]

cheers at this point. A signaling required to present themselves Brooker.Mr. Mr and Mrs. R. C. Groover of and Mrs. T. N. Norman and latives. Gladys Carter $

demonstration was given in a before this Troop Committee at and Mrs. Artford Brownof Miami were the guests of Mr. J. Mr. W. H. Carter attended churchat Misses Edna Mae Mosely, Doris. church at Starke Baptist I"
most interesting way by the Pan- the appointed time for examina- Starke, Mr. and Mrs. Sanford A. Harnage and family Saturday. Graham Thursday. ,Goodge of Starke, were visiting Tuesday night

ther Patrol, Arch Thomas, Patrol tion.The Rltch and little son, Gene of Rai- Mrs. H. Keene has returned Mrs. J. L. Gaskins of Hell-J friends in this section Sunday. Mr. Marvin Carter I lt.H

Leader.An next regular Court of Honor ford, were the dinner guests of home after spending the past two bronn were visiting Mrs. W. C'I Herbert Alvarez of Penny,' points In South Carolina

excellent display of the will be held In the Duval County I Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Brown Sunday weeks In Shamrock visiting! Clemons Sunday afternoon. Farms spent Saturday, night with' business trip

handicraft of the troop was demonstrated Courthouse in Jacksonville on friends and relatives. I his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Brit- ., .

by the Bat Patrol, Son- October 26th Andersonof LEVEL ton Alvarez MAKE your pennies worL
Thursday evening, Mr. Truly Pinholster and sister Eld. and Mrs. E. N. PINE I
ny Haynes, Patrol Leader. at 8 o'clock. All boys successfully Lubedla, were Visiting in Lake Keystone spent Saturday night By Mra. II. M. McRae Mrs. Florida Johnson of Vanderbilt you. Two of any Item lit J

Miss Grace Dew, sang a solo passing their advancementtests Butler Sunday with Mr and Mrs. J. S. Sapp.! section spent Saturday the price of one Pius 1

"Three Good Deeds," accompaniedat before the Troop Committee Mr. and Mrs., G. E. McGauleywere Mr. Harvey Edwards of Canal Eld. Akerman of Homeland, Ga., night with Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Wednesday, Thursday, M,

the piano by Mrs. Brown, the will appear before the Court of visiting In Gainesville Mon- Point spent the week-end here filled the regular appointment for Starling.Miss !, Saturday, N<>\ember'l. 2,3

Scouts an a group joining In the Honor to receive their advanced I with relatives and was accom- Eld. W., E. Hall at Pine Level this Ardelia Starling spent the 260 bargains to ('loo.' fronJ

chorus. The Wolf Patrol under rating. day.Mra.. S. M. Baird was visiting panied home by his wife and weekend Eld. Hall being In a week-end at Starke with her!,, pentei-'s. Your Uexall Drug|

the competent leadership of Leon- The directors of the Troop are -

ard Smith, displayed! an explainedScout anxious to take this opportunityto

Uniforms and Insignia, and thank all the parents and

the Scout Band rendered in a friends for their attendance at
most acceptable manner two selections the! of last '
Anniversary meeting
being directed by Arch week and to request their continued "KEEP Your Credit GOOD!

Thomas, Jr. boosting of the Troop. Also
lit. G. Hoswell. Scout executiveof special thanks to the Bradford

the North Florida Council County Telegraph for the gener-

Area made an address, citing ous amount of space given for
some of the accomplishments of Troop publicity

the troop during the year and encouraging ;

parents In Scouts making, Scouters Scouting, and Increasingly 0 KERRy l ::: ; .I.. ..,. ', .

meaningful In the )11'''. L. L. Parker \ ( i :. .c,
community.The -- ," '. '
Scoutmaster distributedthe Sunday School Iloomn .r.,
What a delightful surprise met I; :
merit budge cards and the
the of all those who attend
registration cards! to the mem \tt
ed services In Brooker '.,
bers of the troop.. Senior Scout .
church last Sunday morning! The ".
emblems were awarded to Scouts "" \
Interior of the fI- '
Frank Robinson, III, Enos Hayes, building presented If .
such a changed and beautiful appearance -
Sonny Haynes Freeman Register, ,1
Billy Lee, William Baker, Arch one could hardly believeIt '
I was the .much loved "little[ \ ,
Thomas, Buck McMillan, Buddy :
church around the sot!
.corner j '
Davis, and Leonard Smith. .
dear to the of Brook-1 '
good people
The following Scouts having .t.
er. It looked as though the fairy! \.
missed four or less meeting of the
wand had been ..
sure enough waft-
the Scout
troop during past year 4r
were awarded special recognition.The ed and progress was on the, march.J -

parents of these boys were And what had happened? Well i
this is the
requested to come tp the front and klory.
pin the special attendance awardson For a long, long time, Sunday
School rooms had been a much
their sons. The Scouts being
needed addition to the church and :
thus awarded were Frank Robinson + ,
much talked about. 4 I'I
III, Mike Dew Hilly Lee, Finally one
day a few weeks ago, the Ladles
Hudily Davis, Leonard Smith,
Leonard Smith, Leonard Peek, Aid meeting at Mrs. Mai-key's put r'l

Comer Perryman, and Bryan Har- words Into action by deciding It
was time to do something about
rell. Following these awards and
invitation to attend any regular the situation. No sooner said than
done--tho ladies went to work
Scout meeting, the assembly was 7'
adjourned with the Scout Benediction I with the help of the churchand
lo and behold
a little "harvest
and by the sounding of
Taps. ingathering," and the money was ,
secured---the' work was done, and
Continuing the emphasis of our
local Anniversary Month the the dream of Sunday school rooms

members of Boy Scouts of AmerIca Is a reality.

Troop No. 70 met for their, Just a partition across the _4 Cplt
regular weekly meeting In the which separates the stage
Church School Rooms of the from the main room, a new low

First Methodist Church on Tuesday rostrum for the pulpit enclosed bya

This meeting was conducted railing from which hang gold
and brown silk drapes, and two
In a different manner than the f
UHUnl weekly meeting. The boys new coats of brown and ivory

were told to meet at the usual paint on the whole interior, cer-

place at S o'clock In the afternoonand tainly gives.the most mirprlslng(

when assembled they hiked to j improvement noted In anything inr '' l
a selected spot In the woods abouta I Brooker In recent days.

mile and a half from Starke II! On the stage' now three good {

and held their meeting.A sized rooms are arranged forj j
Sunday School classes. In the
camp fire was built and the
a'' rear of the main auditorium two !
boys enjoyed a welner roust as!
I' I
more rooms are curtained off.
the of
prelude to regular meeting I
the Flowers In tones of yellow and [
Tioop. Welners were given
to the boys for this "feed" by the I orchid were used to enhance the!
mid appearance of the church on Sun
S. R.
Tip Top Grocery by

Johns and Sons; the buns were I day.We
furnished by the Merita Baking the people of this church The Man Who Robs Himself"POOR
I take this! opportunity to thank
Company, These gifts were mad J
because of the Interest that these;! everyone who gave toward this r
,, enterprise and extend a most cor-
men of our community have in .
the troop and their desire to evidence dial Invitation to all to attend PAY"costs the man who does not pay the most.
( services with us whenever pos
their interest in every way
possible, sible. Our church Is a full time THE man who takes on a $10 or $10,000 obligation today-pays promptly when due--
church, so you need not
Games conducted
were by
Scouts Enos Hayes, Arch Thomas,' about the day. can enjoy good credit convenience-again and again. And his good name extends his credit

and Mike Dew The regular patrol We are trying to bring our Sun- '
I it. His taken
-multiplies emergencies
matters were taken up and conducted day school up to be one among are care of-before they happen.

by the newly appointed the best, so don't forget we'd be BUT the man who does not pay-shackles himself-weaken his self-respect-kills his big
patrol leaders and the revised| very glad to have you at 10:00:

members of the several patrols. )o'clock each Sunday morning.The chance when he needs it most.

At the conclusion of an eveningof committee who worked so

fun food, and Instruction the \ untiringly and earnestly was EVEN for purely selfish reasons-pay up and keep credit .
your good
boys hiked back to their headquarters posed of Mr. and ]!,Irs, C.com-I

and from there returned Crews Mr. Charles Harly,
Florence Varnedoe and Mrs. Lon-
to their homes.
The following extract quoted nie Parker The expenses warn' CLAR-JEAN SHOPPE MAYE'S RADIO SERVICE S. R. JOHNS & SONS
from the Sunday edition of the $144.98. j ALEXANDER & CO.
Florida Times-Union Is of especial: j Mrs. lluzen Honored [ DENMARK FURNITURE CO A. M. DARBY'S

interest to the Troop and to the Mrs. PurvlaHaxen, whose wedding ,i STARKE

people of our community, "Troop was a recent event was the CARPENTER'S REXALL .COCACOLABOTTLING HAROLD WALL
70 of Starke led the Luke City! honor guest at a delightful miscellaneous '' C. AGENt

District with a score of B-9." This shower given by Mrs. DRUG STORESMITH'S

Is a better than average rating, J. P. Roberts Mrs. V. V. Hazen WESTERN AUTO ASSOCIATE STARKE ICE
and Mr Ralph Huzen. at the
for the Troops throughout the J GARAGE
District and represents constructive home of Mrs. J. P. Roberts last STORE STERNBERG'S"Pay

work on the part of the memo j Wednesday afternoon.
herD of the Troop. A letter has! The living room was beautiful.

been received from M. G. Boswell. 1 j i ly decorated with autumn flow

Scout Executive for the North.. ers and yellow chrysanthemums.In "

Florida Council Area, In which he the dining room an attrac- and

highly praises the Troop for their tive floral arrangement centeredthe up keep your credit good"

many accomplishments during the dining table which was covered ,

pant Scout year. He said In part. with a lace cloth.

k "You have a fine group of Scouts After spending a while talking


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County High School Journal

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'r ... Jean S.w.1 Davlidayle ll, PRESIDENTOF Health Essentials Through the Keyhole P.-T.A.CARNIVAL Did You Know? UNNELL'wiNSFROM

.A L H. Harper -
1IdIroL; |.'rank Robinson It should be useless to MAKES PROGRESS B. H. S. 12-6
a ptr Arch Thoma, ,SENIORS I that teeth should be say Carolyn G. was seen in Jacksonville -. That Betty O. has a turned up I

? Lara! Bennett' -- kept spotless i Wednesday night in s nose ?

,',lIlabplh pummel -however people are sometimes i black Buick. What Is the Exactly a week from next Tues- A too confident B. H. S. team '
HarleyUalnes Though warned by attrac. Loiul B. has long lashes? .
l lara Ma. Billy Jackson neglectful eye
on the subject. day a great event will take place. met defeat at the hands
of Bun-
M. tion ?
"phY L that because be only needs Carolyn The two Billys get Jacqueline Is a beautiful blond
To get the idea that teeth do : The P.-T. A. Carnival will be in nell last
I not
mixed Friday night. Due to
their dates
.) New.flI attend two classes dally, and L. hold on we wonder Willa Villa possesses a lovely
I."ld jjjngworthcIJI .1 a very important spot In the '' session! the fact that the
:& K'' therefore might not be why?! We thought Clara Mae and L complexion boys were too
presentenougb world of health and cleanliness The first sign that Carnival
Is action over-confident Bunnell
I Jack caused
ReportersEDITORIAL were a darling
to "know what was goingon couple. What Margaret haa a perfect figure
Ella Earrf preposterous yet many of us find'happened to them? Ida Lee has begun will be the parade them to play under-par football.
.nlend, 100 the senior class turned deaf we Marian has a sparkel in her
I Green LouIe a it easy to consider them that afternoon, beginning at 3 P. We beaten
,... B.tH slightly. missed while were by a team that
C" Au.Un, and ear and elected him president you you were sick, eyes 1Jean
ern E'I.lI much rather see a "horse. M. Throughout the streets ofStarke was not as good :as ours but wise
so keep of the
Iiae night air. Th
'Jack .. hoping that what happened last toothed" D. has cute freckles on her
--- Harry with will a spectacle whichIts and
week would not. Following Is his pearly Holt boys, R. V and Roy are pass nose. smart enough to take advant-
"sparklers" than somebody with citizens nee but seldom Parades age of our cockiness to score two ,
cute. Girls
written resignation, read to the open your eyes. Don'ttell Gayle has a nice low voice?
faultlessly come and but of all that
straight teeth ,
who go touch-downs In succession.
class by the secretary: anyone but think the love Helen D. has a smile for everyone
them approximately oncea bug has stung Freeman and Fran. have come and gone, this one will ? The team as a whole did not
.Lilnce of time, "To the senior class of 1939: weel:. And to think that be long remembered.
beginning Due to business reasons nobody I cine. Marian looked mighty sweet Marie I). has blue!', blue eyes ? block or charge as they should

bat worked against resistant fact and the notices this is foolish. If Iin her Fucia colored l weater Mon Running from 3:30: until 6:00: Sadie likes Starke and slacks'?!' have. There was quite a bit of '
that I
he has been judged I am not in school at one takes fifteen baths a day, is In the afternoon and from 7:00:
and day. Jean it true that you wanta Grace is sweet? misunderstanding among the player. -
the way he has met times when I am needed, I will washes his hair sixty times a until 8:30: at night will be a picture .. Each ,
dill' to be unable to party soon? If so, let me know. Cleon K.!: has lovely hair? player was afraid that

act as your president, I week yet regards teeth as no more Betty G. and Helen D. surely like show In the high school Muriel enjoys Ice cream and another would gain more publicity .

Ldays of the Great Caesar, so am handing you my resignation than secondary, he is far from be- Lake Butler, especially the drug auditorium, and few children will picture shows?' and each was playing to gain
Lor: were swinging spears today."I ing completely wellgroomed.When store. care to miss this. For it has, In Rivera Is cute? glory for himself rather than the

roads: assure you I appreciate the a person brushes his the special comedy, their favorite team. When acts
ILrlott were burning Have you heard the latest'l'' Iris has a pretty mouth? a team like
of honor conferred upon me." teeth, the first thing he must Walt Disney Character, Mr. this defeat
These were contests Grace Dew, Ruth Simpson and Billy J. Is handsome? Is usually the out

and courage and In: (signed) Billy Jackson. I consider. of course is a dental Clara Mae Harley are our Cheer : Mickey Mouse himself. Another Ralph R, walks with a dignified come I y

f to determine who had these Ralph Rhodes formerly vice- cleaner. A cleaner which does not Leaders for the football season comedy and the feature will complete strut? The Bunnell team showed good

i competition was and la I. president, was then automaticallymade harm teeth, and cleans and Marian and Helen Dowling are the program.To Sam has charm? team-work while Starke was the

president.The polishes to a beautiful luster removes those who like to eat, the following D. is likeable ? stock
I order that men may learn senior class elected Arch stains Is plain good ol' leaders. With all these leadersI'm fact will be most Interest- Ralph N. is cute? all players pull together ,

L otner's character. they Thomas vice-president. I bicarbonate ot soda There is nothing sure you can hear lots of Ing: Along about supper-time a Everett M. has a good physique there Is no need for any school to

flat the strength and course to surpass it. cheering at the games. Well, so baked-bean supper will be served Jack S. Is neat? try to have a team. It Is a waste

another by competition Meet Our Seniors A reasonable amount of time !long until next week.Mammy in the school cafeteria. Baked Mllo and Leland are smart' of time and money.

against resistance. When should be spent brushing teeth. beans, however, will not be the Karl E. Is always cheerful ? It seems! that all the boys who k

n,5 M race was over, the wlniu To rush the process means they Sez limit of the supper! Emmett P. )likes to drive?' played saw where they were 'R

considered a hero, one EMMETT KEY PERRYMAN will not be well cleaned that they Keep your eyes peeled for: L. A. Johns has the Ideal comlexlon I wrong and are going to do better 4:
One morning on the 2nd day of won't have ? In
all others that "finished" look The > tonight's game with Jennings.
End won above fortune tellers, freak
August, 1922, a great event took which Dis week I'se proud to let you G. Is from that star townof Next
to overcome a good cleaning ordinarily' booth haunted house fish Perry week a different score t
ability pond
Down out place. Emmett was bom. He would Insure. i all know dat die little love letter "Brooker 7"Storklnl' will be announced In this school
lionlnd/ had come which grab bag, dool booth booth forjoys
was christened Emmett Ferryman am printed directly below
Key -
lill contestants. Also, Take time to brush good between booth for sheet.
other only; girls only
after his father Judge E. was found on the atudyhall floor A pair of ladies'( stockings contain To some who attended the football

the teeth, and in the back
I the race was completed the K. Perryman. ; 1 in a writing dat looks like dat ofa minstrel side-show, shooting gal-
t who had witnessed rt knew not Just where they will be exposed senior lery, fat woman, peep-hole, and about three and three. game at Bradford Park last
ad been in a match which Emmett began school at the age I to the public! girl-anyway goes the midgets! fourths miles of silk thread Friday night, Starke versus Bun. i','
of six and will chlllun-it reads like dIe: "Dear ITncto Tom' ('aiim nell the results
graduate in April One shouldn't center all his at- were disappoint.
IIIve broken. Instead of made est mine At nine the event which marks
1940. Translation. of "Uncle Tome ing. To the rest, It was one of
tention on his teeth it Is true
reached ;
I He could have over the climax of the carnival will
ck another chariot driv- Emmett plays first trombonein nor should he concentrate day I "You are my true confession- : take place. Queen of the carnival Cabin" have been made into 40 the most exciting games people of

kh, a whip, maybe. Or he the Bradford High School and night as to how good or how .Honest my dear-How my heart .will have the crown placed upon different languages. Bradford may ever expect to view l\i\ I
I Brass Band. At football beats with joy when I rememberthat (ilrnrr on this field.
Itave gameshe bad look. thema
they Simply give t\\
brought to use some her head, amid a throng of In- <
I conducts the band. for their at recess you told me you Giraffe sell for about $1,500 a Far more exciting than the '
would in run every
j trick which have, money erested and curious carnival
He likes swing music, football and then the rest loved me too-out under the par- yard. men timed from the tip of first and far less unbalanced than 4t
morning night ,
|nd d, put him down as aeel akers. Who will she be ? What
t man. It was a test. games, swimming, hunting, fish of the day forget you own them. spreading oak on the campus, You young beauty will hold this hon. the horns to the feet. the second, was the third game

:ecame out all right because ing and brunettes. Now to discuss the crowning are very delightful to know- or that night? I Vipers the Tornadoes have thus far ventured j

|yed fair and worked for He dislikes studying, arguingand glory or-the crowning condem- pleasing to look at, and well in Though provided with fangs Into. f '

ath'ijggle!' report cards.Emmett's nation. First and foremost, hair fact-never In a million years What time the Carnival will end ; and poison glands, Oriental Vip. The score 12-0 at the beginning

: Is existence It is ambition is, as soon should be shampooed at least could there be another you! I'm may be guessed at, but to guess ers are so gentle that they make of the last quarter, began to totter I

1 lira to work first on one as he graduates, to go to some once a week In the summer and pouring my heart into this letter 9:30: would be wrong to the pointof popular children's pets In various when the Tornadoes made a r

I then another until he college to prepare himself for entrance at least once every two weeks in especially for you-so please be tradegy. For Halloween rolls parts of *the Balkan states. touch-down and raised It to 12-6.
gets kind-now if I didn't carecouldI around but once a year; the P.-T. _
to the United States Naval winter, If the hair is very oily, Toyery Though n. H. S. was defeated I
I i tot to the
AO nature gel desires top.and is I, Academy at Annapolis, Md. It should be washed more often ever feel this way? So you seeI A., Carnival comes but annually One section of New York City the last quarter found Starke .

I it too, am on the sentimentalside. and though time tUes It moves has a "toyery" which lends toys fans dazed with excitement; with
than usual. But In case, I
j to know which of two fac.bat any
much too slowly for those who to children free of that .
t meet will CLARA MAE HARLEY shouldn't be neglected, for if any- toys charge hope what was now happening .
overcome the Clara Mae Harley looks of with love, like to have a great time each after the manner of the free lib In the last precious minutes I
When two teams meet appeared one I thing can spoil the an
October 31!
'i are on the field wondert cold December morning: to be exact otherwise neat well-groomed per- Little Lady Make Believe. raries. would continue. For at the rate
d Judging December 5, 1923. son It is greasy, dull, or dandruff- My, my, how die love bug does Greek the Tornadoes were moving In the
hoping root- This young Judy! started school filled hair, and few are unaware get around! We Wonder Why? Attention, freshment: AccordingtothejQreek taut five minutes of the game i iI

I when five old. have Jest walking round de campus words from. which I anything-might havehappened;
are always only years Quite of that fact. It is good to
on a fieldthatryday smart wasn't she? She entered faith in a" good stiff dependablebrush I hears a I lots of remarks. like: Dorothy N. Wasn't at the football they are derived "moron1* meansan I the situation _was such ,that one

life.Every minute ofJiei Selma done got a letter from ordinary fool and "sophomore"means i could draw no definite conclusionas
we are Lawtey Junior High School and to shine, soften, and remove game Friday night? (could
flOw-assoclateg being judged by remained there until she gradu- dust from your hair. Lake Butler-Also I hear dat L. It have been she went somewhereelse a wine fool to who had the game until the

ft e'll come out. who wonder ated from the 9th grade. She -. H and Mural are "dat way." ) 7All Largest NunitNir very last minute. Another few

... was always the smartest null. in D_!_____ !__1__ Garland has suddenly started the pupils in Mr. Sponholtz'sroom : The vlglntllllon is the largest minutes, might have easily pre-
'- her class.: .l"rlmilry ..IIulua; paying all de girls such de-lovely don't seem to care whether number usually given a name I It se ted a dlferent decision. '

I quiringReporter3tion When Clara Mae was In the I compliments: What office are, we have any news or not ? consists of a one followed by six Tonight Jennings comes to

seventh grade, she became very: l9ltSTOctober GRADK 'you running for Mr Godwin? (P. Why the football boys are so ty.three zeros. Sturke for a try-out with our '

of the 12 is Columbus' birth S. We like dat new Elgin watch blue team.
week: ill. The doctor was called and aft- today? OIl. Ilmrile
t day. He discovered America in you're wearing.) -ITU I ._! I .-.---
ftliyour 'pet" hate? er much thought he decided she Grace Dew was so happy when] Species of birds whose summer

Simpson -"Silly people." had dlptherla. After this Illness I 1492. We have learned a playletand I wonders where dat Dot Green "Lee" beat "Edison" at the foot.. ranges are thousands of miles Monogrammed personal station..

i Noegel: ."To be without she was not allowed to run and two songs about him. went de last period Monday ball game Thursday? apart are to be found In the same ery at the Bradford County Tele

turn. Ruby Lilley, teacher, tree in their winter resort. graph.
play with the other children for Dat Jack Shepherd Is one popular ---

Harper. :. -"Having to go almost a year. You can Imagine guy! lie says In regard to 1. By William Shakespeare, Toes of the Dead NOT I CIO OF1 APIM.K'ATIOV' Poll

I office.' how she felt, because as you Ruth is sick this week. Mary girls-"variety Is de Spice of: From "Julius Ceasar." The toes of the dead are cut TAX IIKK.ltMnele :

b i Rhodes! : "People who, know, she is very active in every. Louise is back in school. Mrs.Roberts' Life"-Dat is if you don't weaker 2. By Coleridge. From "The, off to keep their ghosts from NOTICK( IS Hill IIRIIKDY fin. tflil fllVEN,
ahead of
re conceited than I am." thing. room Is ours ,Jack! Ancient Mariner." walking In certain aemlclvllIzellBectlon. That Ira Young and Mtthra Young

I now. 3. William of the world. holder of Tax. Certlfliata No. 371,
Prince"People: By !
who are Since attending Starke school Shakespeare .
lifdiixd 2
i teacher. Punctuation In English 4 sho' the day of Meptember A.
Miss ,
f putting From "Macbeth." I l", 1031, has .
on airs. i Clara Mae has devoted less time 'am plenty hard! Cockatoo filed same In my office

1 Green:-"Folks who pop to studying and more time to Handsome Nettles- 4. By Kipling. From "The The cockatoo is the nolsest bird tan and, ..has d to made I lie Issued.application thereon fora

e n I haven't any." other things especially to members SECOND GRADKWe Hi Ralph Light That Failed." in the world. The din made by a Haul certificate embraces the following .
had charge of the assembly you ought to bIn pictures-are described. roprty In the
i Turner:-"Yellow the 3. By John Dryden. From I bird Is to drown
foot- of the opposite sex. At hater single enough a County of Uradford State' of Flor- .
I afternoon. really a "woman ?
Thursday you "
yer "Mac
present Clara Mae Is interestedin Flecnoe. dozen automobile horns. Idu. towltLots :
|1 Bennett--"sissy First we sang two Columbus Harold Alvarez why de you like 6. By William Shakespeare, liLli, U, 14, of 111k 2r, T..ivin.ton '
boys. a certain blonde boy In Sax Truby A I'o's Ad ln to
Then four boys from MissLilley's dat corner seat in Biology well I 7Hera's from the tireS publication of thisnIIc. <
Fisher songs. From .
: "I "The Tempest Hlark, Hec 2", Township If
T ain't got none. who answers to the name of John. ., or lain <'I..lm.will ho barred Houth. ,e I
Dere five, .
presented "Colum a hint- are just Itang 22 East.The
vandivlere:"Sarcasm." The only thing Clara Mae doesn't I 7. By Tennyson. From "The by law Thl "' ''J.t. 29th, Kit, assessment of the said .
rtan bus Day Exercises." Next we all girls sitting back dere near him, Princess." Karl Cook Jr., Administrator property .
Dowllng under the said certificate Issued
:- I
doesn't jI'
"Gosslpers. like about it is he answer
9-2 U 10-20
Wme sang "America" and saluted the Congrats to Betty StringfeHowon _. was In the name, of Unknown.
| Andrews:"Plenty often enough. Unless said certificate shall hered.sm.,1
p," flag. Charles Oliver read a Bible her new "hair do. Er (;IHCVIT COI'HT. KinilTItJIHtKIAI /
Clara Mae Is crazy about chocolate Chapel Program [Stump: -TOO story and we sang our prayer. Frank Robinson, how are you I tOUWTV.HTATH. property described: therein will/ be
much noise If want her
Ice cream. you old to the highest bidder at the
aile Then boys and girls from our and de ninth grade "getting OP' PI.OIIIDA.IV .
Parker court house door on the first Mon.d.
: "Monday to be happy Just give her a cone eeia'ecicesv.florotha
Man with the A program last Tuesday that .., In
r f I room sang "The along?" Yes No? the month of November
JTurkor, minor, by
a hall." She haunts the store in a which la
study drug 11)39 the 6
Charles Oliver was was enjoyed by the complete high Alfred K her day of Nov.
Ie-'Sewell Mandolin. Knight, next friend. ember. .
: Margaret did enjoy de trip I ,19311.lIat.
: -"Bugs.! Lawtey just eating ice cream. dressed like the little old man you school was one In which the talent.ed Complainantv. .... this 28 day of September
P" Padgett: "To be She hates to be told she is tiny. to Benson Springs? Why? 1S5P.
members of the
I and he pretended to play a man faculty pre Lynwood O Tucker, Jr.
Grace looked quite pleased with (OVKICfAt SEAL) A. J. Thomas
Dewing gum during She thinks she's and wants : D.f.nd.nt.It .
typ- grown formed.
dolin while the song was present t'lerk of Circuit: Court of Bradford
herself Wednesday noon-Give us I appearing by an affidavit appended
too. County Florida
to think ,
so -28
everybody "Over After assembling the announcer t0t1
Galn ed. Six of our girls sang to the bill filed In the
-"studying.." Clara Mae to be a stenographer -' the low-down Grace! ubove-etated that (I.Turk.r .
plans Rainbow." Miss Stump lead in theCord's came Lynwood NPHII. "MAMTKK'' ; NOTICHOK '
the -
.. when she finishes school Why Is dat Willa Vida late to Jr., of 43 Fourth Street, MAI.,
Prayer and the salute e
teacher. flag
Kitty Hogsed, I Wilson, Pennsylvania, the defendant
Notice Is .
mentary Echoes and I'm sure she will make a good school every day? A harmonica solo, "Shorteningiread" therein named. le a nonreeldentof and In accordance hereby with given that that certain under
really have the State of Florida and a r..
you final decree of foreclosure. salerendered
HUILDINO FIRE -by Mrs. Vandivlere. Ident, of
PRIMAKY Wlleon Pennsylvania
one.Good mastered of by Honorable A. Z Adklnsas
de art walking
SLXTH GRADE luck to you in your future DRILL Vocal duet, "Underneath the tha age of twenty-one yearni: It !Is Judge of the Circuit Court of .
h Rivers is always saying, "It Idon.t therefor ordered that ealil nonresident ,
!:ave been painting Imagin- work Clara Mae.Literature Fire drill In the Primary Build. start .tudylng"-Then what: Chestnut Tree"-By Mrs. Wll defendant. be and le hereby Bradford, In tbat County certain Florida cause In pending Chancery I

thlnlTthey ing Tuesday was most successful. Hams and Mrs. Walnwrlnht.: reiiulrrd to appear lor.the, bill In 11.101 Court wherein .K. K Anderson -
'VWe are Rivers? of complaint filed In al< I.* on .
Ice" Quotations two hundred childrenin A recitation. "The Whistle"-by or before Monday, the 'th., of Is plaintiff and Fannie L..
; are With nearly day Htevenson .
widow ,
very glad .tc Joe Allan Lander Is quite a a Kt AI.I are de
da November, A. \> 1039, otherwise the
Lee Mrs. I
minute Dowling.A fendants, fuse No.
silcox this building. Only one M69, the un.l.rIIllIn"d -
back with us., studious young man these days. allegations of eald. bill will .betaken Huetlal Master ...
by. deem
K.nmlP8e ennedy Is marched out quietly and in dez accompanied at the piano by bidder for each In front ot the
of literature. See pupils .
Y reading us "The famous works his Biology Class! into an Art It le further ordered that (hi.or.I.1' Houth front door of the Bradford
Twins Mrs. Brown.
in the CoUfltflii ." how many you recognize. order. class! four b. published one a week tot County Courthouse In Htarke, Flor.
''Itverv Is heated by kerosene consecutive weeks In the ida, during the legal hours of sal.
Interesting. and works from which This building lira J ford
dis County ,
Juanita, what's about an Telegraph anewspaper
on Monday, November t, A. U 191
hItsa fire FESTIVAL OPKN3Creitvlew .
Kennedy taken be found else- heaters, thus making published In said Coun. In* following'
teacher. they are may awful scare you had Sunday and premises situate In
ty State. 2
1 Lee ,--The Okaloosa Festival Urad ford
Florida to-wlt
Overstreet reporter. where on this page. drills most important. night? This 8'.pt"nll.r 27th, 1515. Th. West-half of :
.. times Evalyn Ritch. at Crestvlew opened Tue. (OKFICIAI., 8KAI.) A. J. Thomas, .
-- 1. "Cowards die many Yours forever Quarter of Suction II and .;...1.
f'onm day of this week on a bigger and Clerk of Circuit Court, By J. It half of North-east. Quarter of Mention .,
valiant never
GRADE The Kelly, '
before deaths Clerk
; Mammy. Deputy 14, all In .
have grander scale than before In / Town.hlp t South ,
ever Ja
GRADE M. Peeler
a THIRD > Main St.,
new pupil from taste of death but once. e> Florida Kange 21 East containing II4acres
Its history. Instead of the one- Jacksonville, Hoi Id tor for less.T. .
mornIng more
unty Ills What fun we had Friday or
name is James 2. "Water water everywhere, Complainant *.111 ot 10-27 -
It Right AnswersUpon day which has been the Frank .ndrum. A. Special!
James class took a field program
likes did shrink ,
boards ; Master In -
"* as much And all the iv Chencery1nitht
THH ritKiir rovnr IN ,,ran
him rule during previous the '
school years, Knight
around the campus.We
be Will trip role nitAiifniui
enjoy com- Water, water, everywhere coir n -r v,
oUr School Mrs. to drink!" were delighted to find so asking the following people festival will have a three-day program rlomi. KUHIVM JI/IMCIAI Attorney for PlaintIff 11-3 4t
Hart dIe And not one drop .
pupils Into two 3. "Lead on Macduff many different kinds of trees what they would say to Hitler, this year Oct. 12. 13 and 'Uu'I"r Woodward ivCarolyn CIIAMKUY.Traywlck

1', groups Would meet him well 14, and every day packed with t Plaintiff Beware
having a contest on And cursed by him who says growing on our campus. were they to I Coughs
/ ? Just the continuous round of events, including vsTalmadire i
plication tables. The 'enough' ." you like to know the names these are replies: l>. Traywlck,

leaal will be rewarded In 4. "The human soul is finite ask us and we'll surely tell you. Elizabeth P-"So: you're Mr horse races and square DefendantNOTH'18 from common colds HfBradford

anner and not in the least under its own It was too cloudy for our teach- Hitler? I've been wanting to meet !1 dances. IN TUB: NAMK TO! DKFKNDANT..... TUB STATE
tad do leaf I __ Of KIxrnillA OHKBTINO That On
J ""me er to show us how to you. : Hang
I very Interesting control. do''i HKKK'S GOOD NEWS] Four TO: Talinad** D. Traywlck whoseresidence
ID she will do that on Harper-"Hey: bum, who
OUr sub-
printing; and
are post office address
0P things
"All human
nlng 5. Creomulalon relieves
exercises I M-
ell. think are ?'' big day. of "Two for the pric of I. unknown. promptly
other trip. you anyway
Each week two ject to decay some you Tou causa tt goes right to the seat of the I
girls are
r one plus only one cent" bargains.Over ap
"Hall Hitler.
teacer L. M.- trouble to loosen laden
Ctrtaln nUmbers to be And when fate summons, monarchs Mrs. Biggs pear to the bill of complaint filed germ phlegm
:td.o tar ___ I Sadie:-"Get, Bum." 230 Itmut. Wednesday herein against you on or before Increase secretion and aid nature to ,
they have done I must obey! It Monday the lib day of November, soothe and heal raw tender.lnftam-
.11 ThuriMlay, Friday
size article for Carl Edward.: "I'd Saturday
) such stuff as dreamsare Two regular keep A. D. ..... ed bronchial mucous membranes.understanding .
6. We are "" November 1, 2, 8 ft 4. At Car.pentes"s It I I
II:. ( the price of one plus le. Your quiet. further ordered that thin No matter how many" medicines you
"y Jungle scenes on j made of. : Your Recall 8tore.WOTI'II order b. published In the Bradford have t.r1ed. teU
kboar with chance to doable the quantity at Mr. Williams:-"I don't think Drug County Telegraph JOur druggist to aeU
rounded a .
that some of us And our little life is '* newspaper of you a bottle 01 Creomuldon with the
Mr& regular price. pta a few JM'ftD.JN. I'd say & thing. general circulation/ published In
Hart said that you are to kUta
teacher. I a sleep. County "Bradford, each
BUly Smith T "Sweet and low, sweet andlow Wednesday Thursday, Friday A Leland; HI you Uncle A. Nolle !. lI.r.b given l to all week for four consecutive w.sks. the way It quietly allays the oougta
reporter. 4. whom it may concern to til* any WITNESS hand OT you are to haY.
Saturday November 1, 2, 3 dolph. my and official your money back.:
-. l wind of the western sea, end all claim aralnut th. Estate seal this lib day of October, A. U.lornCIAZ. .
t014er1 at and blow. Carpenter, Your Itexail DrugStores Arch:-"Hello old) chap." I of Earl Cook, deceesed, duly worn CREOMULSION
? the Bradford Low low. breathe J.l&rpret-"JJeUo. wise to, with the County Judv of Bradford BEAD A. 3. Thomas
SIegrap Wind of the western lea!" guy County, wltbln debt. month Clerk Circuit Court 04t 1O-1i I for Cough,,Q..t Cold.,lronchititI -

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; Baptist W. M. S. Installation), Baptist Circles Meet K chairman A. Thomas, reported, mission that the study study Mission Studs :\tonetli\

I SOCIETY and CLUBS I The Baptist Woman's Missionary -', Monday, October 9th book for November would be At Methodist ( hllr, ?,

Society Impressively installed The four circles of the 'Woman's "Constraining Love" She also i I The Woman s, ,
------ --- ---------- ----- I. of the of the recent Pine r
-- Society report tiara
--- --- ---- Missionary gave a Service ,
--- -- of the .
the 1939.40 officers m."n. ,
new ,
Young PeopleGo Lawtey Baptist W. M. S. Baptist Church met Monday of Grove Associational meeting.The I Methodist ai
Fugate-Wainwright local chapter during the programand I chur i h, ,, ,1 t |
Mrs. A. A. Annis entertained the last week, October 9, except number November meeting will be held \
Mr and Mrs. John Franklin To EnterpriseThe business meeting held at the I which met the followingday. Richard at the meetin pno
ladles of the Lawtey Woman'sMissionary one, held with Mrs. ',,
Colley announce the engagementand GarfleldEvansLeag u e Society at her homein Baptist Church Monday afternoon I State Farm and Mrs. Jordan will study Of the ,1W]
of their JUlsslo
niece.approaching Katie Robinson marriage Fugate, to Union of the of Methodist_ which Church Starke East Lawtey Tuesday after- at 3 o'clock.Rev. I Circle Number One conduct the devotional. The leader book, "Through i r rHS) :v

James Richard Walnwrlght, son young people members, formed noon at 3 o'clock. A. E. LIghtfoot, Pastor of Circle number one, Mrs. L. G. closed the meeting with prayer Triumph" by Basil Mathew,-

of Mr and Mrs. Newnan David ;I young motorcade people are to the MethodistChildren' Mrs. T. L. Wainwright presi- the Church, conducted the instal- Powell, leader, met Tuesday afternoon After the meeting a delightfulsocial author of this book vas J
a dent of the society, led the devotional October 10 beginning at and the r
be hour was enjoyed
The wedding to as, India
Wainwright. Enterprise, on I last
at the
lation and challenged newly yea! '
Lee Enfield of Mrs. saa
service and Rev. the home
3:30 o'clock at hostess served tempting refreshments Itte
November the
an event of week, October world's
of last cO
Thursday pastor of the Lawtey Bap- elected officers to do their best G. W. Alderman on Walnut assisted by her daughters, he was well ferenc, ,there,'
tist Church was present and delivered The watch Mrs. Alderman was I prepared 1.t I''
Book Club Met 12th.The work for the new year. Street. Misses Sarah and Juanita Barefoot about the follower
purpose of this trip was to address on ) 'rf
an inspiring Cbriet
word Is "The love of Christ con- hostess. over the
The Book Club which la a department attend the monthly meeting of the "Home Missions," using for his lead the devotional, worluMonday
Mrs. Powell Three
of the Women's Club, Union and to so meet and stralneth us. Circle Number afternoon.
League theme Isa. 54:2: 3 and Kings 6:17.: the meeting. Each Un
met Tuesday night at the home of make the trip to the Orphanageto After a brief business session At the close of the installation, which opened asked to write on a Circle Number Three, Mrs. H. Perryman read the mtroductk
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Burns. acquaint the young people the hostess served delicious refreshments all Joined hands and sang "Blessed member was what office she L. Hough, leader, met at the home the book and Mrs A Wood
"Grapes of Wrath" )y John with the children there and the of fruit Jell-o, cookies, Be the Tie" slip of paper volun- pf Mrs. S. E. Sparks Monday aft- slon study superintendent,
Steinbeck was reviewed' in a most operation of the Home, and also and coffee to the following mem- A report from the executive would fill for as the there various positions.The ernoon, at 3:30 o'clock. The liv-';Mrs. J. W. White! each revl J|

interesting manner by Miss Ger- to meet one of the girls of the bers present: Mrs. L. C. Smith, meeting, which met Friday of last teers leader appointed Mrs. H. A. ing room of Mrs. Sparks' home :SW* Tuesday afternoon

trude Heering of Green Cove Home whom the League Union is Mrs. O. J. Phillips, Mrs. H. B. Ar- week in the parsonage, was read, secretary, Mrs. C. A. was attractively decorated with i Wood, Mrs. Frank RObinson,
Lawson as
Springs. sponsoring.The wood, Mrs. Jesse Reddish Miss and it was decided to use a mission -, Mrs J M. vases and baskets of Fall flowers. Miss Olive Ray each revle\\
... Knight as treasurer
-- -. Starke group went as a Bessie Terry, Mrs M. E. Biggs, study book during Novem- enlistment chairman The leader conducted the devo- chapter Wednesday attern
Attend U. D. C. Convention body In a school bus driven by Mrs. V. R. Reddish, Mrs. T. L. ber entitled "Constraining Love"Delicious Mrs.Brownlee D. L.as Silcox as orphan chairman tional and a series of short pray- I Mrs. I. P. Shepherd Miss IM

Mrs. L. A Davis, VicePresident Nelson Moore, and furnished Walnwrlght Mrs. Ed Durban, refreshments were Mrs. A. A. Durden as per ers were offered by the different Ray, and Mrs. Wood reviewed!
of the Florida Division of through the courtesy of the Mrs. Robert Campbell, Mrs. T. J. served in the Sunday school sonal service chairman and Mrs. members. The first business to ,final chapters of the Book
the United Daughters of the Con-I School Board by requisition of Terry Mrs. O. J, Anders, Mrs. J. rooms following the meeting. Alderman as mission study chair- be cared for was the election of M.. .------
federacy, Mrs. J. M. Brownlee, Superintendent A. J. Griffis. P. Wlyrlck. Miss Pauline Anders*, officers and committee chairmenas Woman's Auxiliary l Ieet"
Vice-President of District number Those attending this meeting and and Rev. Lee Enfield.. Local Music Club man. follows: co-leader, Mrs. W. B. : The
the Rev. made to the $100- Fall meeting of ]
Presi- making the trip were Pledges were the W
Mrs. E. K.
two, Ferryman Alexander; secretary, Mrs. E. W.
dent of the W. T. Weeks Chapter and Mrs. Frank Robinson Mrs. A. MEN, you have lucky day Sings In Gainesville 000 Club and Mrs. Silcox Invited Hayes; treasurer, Mrs. W. L. an's the Auxiliary of district two
the Keen Carolyn and Patsy Keen Several members of the Music the circle to meet with her next Episcopal Diocese of Ho
here and Mrs. L. F. Chapman, coming. Buy shaving creams, lotions Wall: enlistment chairmen Mrs.
official delegate from the W. T. Virginia Anderson, Gayle and tooth pastes and 250 other Club here which is a departmentof month. Following the business Pate Gassett, Mrs. A. E. McKin- will be held today Friday)
Weeks Chapter attended the Virginia Sewell, Freddie Wlm- bargains at Ic each when you buy the Woman's Club, went to and program sessions, the hostess; ney and Mrs. W. B. Alexander; Palatka, Mrs. B I' Riley of Gesv1l1e.
State U. D. C. Convention at the berly, Charles Jones, Lyle And- one more of the same Item at Gainesville Monday night and I assisted by her daughter, Mrs. personal service, Mrs. S. E. district president
George Washington Hotel in Jacksonville erson, Elsie Green Margaret regular price Wednesday, Thursday sang at the opening meeting of I I Blanche Vandivlere, served delicious -' [Spaks; White Cross, Mrs. J, L. yesterday.
this week. Pearce Marjorie and Ida Lulu Friday and Saturday, November the Philharmonic Society in that I' refreshments of fruit juicy, Silcox; Church Interior, Mrs. A. Discussion ofter's the coming V

1, 2, S & 4 at Carpenter' city. cake, and salted nuts. O. Andreu; mission study, Mrs. work and reports of
Your Rex aU Drug Store. I Circle Number: Two chapter presidents will be Inc
Mrs E. F. Montgomery, of Lake Marvin Hazen; orphanage, Mrs.
Circle number two, Mrs. H. L. ed in the
NEW City, who is president of the Fed A. E.' McKinney. program St Mal,
Davis, Marlon Dowling, Esther erated in- Brownlee, leader, met at the home chapter, Palatka will be ho
Music Clubs, made an After'' all business was taken
FALL AND WINTER, GOODS and Ruth Simpson, Arlene and spiring address. of Mrs. P. M. Barefoot with 12 care of the hostess, assisted by for the all-day meeting

Michael Dew, Caroline Green, Three trios for women's voices members present, Monday after-I Mrs. Bullock, and her daughter, Chapters which are expects,

ALEXA ND ER" St Leon Moore, Emmett and Comer were sung by Mrs. A. Z. Adkins, noon the, October devotional 9. which Mrs. Brownleeled consisted I Miss Saleta Sparks, served de- send delegates are located
Ferryman Shirley Colley, Frank I Mrs. W. E. Murphree, and Mrs.L. lightful refreshments of cup cakes Gainesville St. Augustine Ce
Robinson, III, and Leonard Smith, A. Canova accompanist be- of several scripture passages read and fruit punch. The next meet- Key, Newberry. Alachua Sta
With Prices advancing daily it will pay you Jr. ing Claude Murphree of Gaines by various members, and the a talk Ing will be held at the home of Melrose, Interlachen. Cres
Mrs. Brownlee on topic
to shop early before our present stock is ex The bus left Starke at 1 o'clockin .ville.. A group of four piano numbers by"God's Warning Against Covet- Mrs. Gassett. ton.City, Federal Point and Hunt,
the afternoon and arrived back I Circle Number Four
were played by Mrs. L. A. "
hausted. Buy now or wait and pay the home at 9:45: that night. Canova, and Miss Anita Court- ousness, followed by prayer by Circle number four, Mrs. L. A.
Mrs. A. E. Lightfoot
new advanced prices.CLOTHING. All of the young people enjoyed manche gave a group of violin Officers and committee chair- Canova, leader, met at the homeof Paul Raymond White Cross i ch
meeting LeJune_ Rossenbury, the solos. The local party was accompanied men were appointed as follows: Mrs. W B. Mundy, Jr., at 7:30 man for this year Mrs J..

girl being sponsored by the to Gainesville by the secretary, Mrs. J. H. Lord; treasurer o'clock Monday night, October Moore gave an interesting t
League Union. The young people's Rev. and Mrs. L. A. Shepherd of Mrs. R. A. Newsom; co- 9. on home missionary work.
department of Starke pre- the State Farm.Following leader, Mrs. A. J Thomas; personal Mrs. Van H. Carden gave the Mrs. Mundy, assisted by the|
sented her with and in the business hostess, Mrs. L. F
a miscellaneous the a devotional Dinklns
w" program reception service chairman, Mrs. T.
All Wool Best Made shower and the Intermediate Department was given In honor of the I B. Harding; mission study chair meeting Mrs. J. C. Garner was ed dainty refreshments' to the|

presented her with a visiting musicians and out-of-town man. Mrs R. A. Thomas, enlist- elected flower chairman, Mrs. members present
SUITS __ $16.50 handkerchief
shower. guests. ment chairman Mrs. J. E. Cham- .:,__. ,_ __, .... ,_,_._ _n_ __
bers and Mrs. A. A. Jordan; flowers

Mens 3 Piece Carolyn Callstreet Mrs. Geo. B. Flynn; orphanage FLOWERS
Mrs. Charley. Powell; White !
All orders fWed with careful consider
SUITS $12.50 Cross Mrs. W. H. Perkins; stewardship -
lion for the requirement of the individual]
Mrs. P. M. Barefoot and .
Young Mens Sees All, Hears All, Prints All work basket, :Mrs. A M. Rlch- Special attention given to promptness andjj

arde. economy.
The Summer marathon has fin- keeping in Brooker where Purvis
SUITS _ $10.95 The amount In the work basket,
ally ended I was beginning to works $7, was turned Into the building Mrs. L. G. PowellPhone
think that "Winter" would be the Martha
and Mullet Smith .
fund. Three dollars a month was 123-J

Boys Long Pants Weather missing season this year Mr. and Mrs. Jon E. Smith now, pledged to the $100,000 Club. Mrs. '-- _,_______._._ -,- -,,-------
is like that, wouldn't be are honeymooning in New Orleans I
SUITS $4.95 & $5.95 without it I ,I! A nice little cool They are expected to --
spell peps everybody up return the latter part of the this
Makes me thing of cane grindIngs month .

Boys Odd Pants $1.00 marshmallow roasts, candy Lake Gossip Hazel Moore FREE DELIVERY
pullln's and such Yep! they Lee s. R. Johns
Mary of Tallahassee, and
Sizes 8 to 18
t x still have them even in 1939 Anne Foreacre of Jacksonville PHONE
Better Grades __ $1.25 to $1.98 All I have to do now is find out spent the week-end with Mrs.
f J who's grinding cane and where. Moore in her Kingsley kottage
Speaking of" cold weather . what does
a fellow do when
Mens Blue Denim Eugene and Hazel Matthews are three of his heart-beats come to

going to have to buy snow shoes town at the same time ? 7 1. & Sons
PANTS ___ _ 98c" If they don't hurry home from the Guess I could ask Billy Graham ?

""North Countree" *
Mens Dress *" ? t'r' .*- Thlss! and thata The P.-T. A. Harry Houston NEAR THE S L. DEPOT
Is making elaborate plans for Joined ailin'list
PANTS __ u_ __ $1.98 to $5.50Size their carnival Parades per- last week we miss you CASH AND CARRY PRICES
29 inch to 50 inch waist formances, peanuts and popcornare Harry Hope you'll soon be up
and out again .
all Included in the
LACE on HUTTON LEG MENS BLACK OR It's to be held on Hallowe'en Thinking out loud Callstreet BANANAS 5 Pounds = lOc

ANTS BROWN night so there will probably be a style A commercial ad photographer ,-
BOOTS few spooks thrown in for good who uses wee sma tots
Assorted Colors Size measure, and I almost forgot for his subjects woultt go (as we Fancy Blue Rose Best White

29 to 44 $3.50, $4.95, $5.95 and there's going to be a queen say) "hog wild" in this town RICE 5 Ibs. 19c lOc
$1.95 to $3.50 $7.50 Wonder who will be the lucky There are so many beautiful BACON, Lb.

girl The proceeds are to be babies Margaret Rose Duncan -
BOYS BOOTS MEN'S DRESS used for purchasing sound equip- Mary Sue Epperson Doro- HENS lb.
I SHOES ment and screen for the school thy Ann Johns, Sandra Johns to Jersey 5c

$2.25 $3.25, $3.49 $1.98, $2.25, $3.00, $5.00 .i Great idea Some objects i mention a few, and there are dozens We Dress 'em 17 C CORN FLAKES
of _
could be Intensely interesting others who could adorn an I

presented in pictures Once advertisement of anything from I
heard a teacher say that she soap to soup and we'd buy I Baby Lima or G. N. POTATOES

LADIES DRESSSHOES would like to teach History in the product too I BEANS, lb. 5c 10 Pounds 21c

this manner would make it Rexall convention in Orlando -

exciting Monday Powell and Wyrtlce -
Hear they are exterminatingthe Carpenter attended Fun Fro- APPLES SPRY .
courthouse termites lic with a little biz thrown in 3 Pounds lOc 51c
Horrible automobile accidentsover Contest crazy Dorothy 3 Pounds

$1.98, $2.25, $2.98 the week-end after seeing Lambe is jus' that she's going
the wreckage I've decided that cockoo working on that "Words Maxwell House
Fla. Pork
walking Is a good means of within words contest" in Liberty. 15d
$3.95 & $5.00 traveling too Abble Harley says the book, "I COFFEE, lb. 2 5 C CHOPS, lb.
Saturday sidelights Child- Lost My English Accent" Is extremely _
ren loaded down with lunches. entertaining Can't
They were off to a Sunday School recall the authors name an 5 Pounds
SWEATERS picnic Revival held at the Englishman no doubt You'll SUGAR 2 C
First Baptist Church during the find the book at the Library With Each $1.50 Order :JJ _

week enjoyed large attendance Tuesday Title Siren sounds
Childrens Sweaters a great number of young people "It's a fire." "No it's twelve 10 Pounds Gem
present o'clock" "No, it's a fire." "No 13C
.59c, 98c, $1.49 and $1.98 MEAL 17
Estelle Kendrick Black In town its twelve o'clock. "Alright so C lb.

Ladies Sweaters98c spending a few days with her, It's twelve o'olock-be's jus' driv- _
mother, Mrs. T. N. Kendrick I ing the fire truck home to lunch
$1.49, $1.98 and $5.00; Hazel Adkins Guy, and Mary Can-' :. Charmer

ova Patten ditto wish they C. C. C. .a truck load of COFFEE, can lie Any Brand 6c
Mens and Boys would come home more often boys off to the new C. C. C. campat Tall Milk, can

Sweaters & Jackets Things I didn't know till now Brooker they were all ex-1 Last chance at this price
Rice has been successfully cited BUTTER
49c, 9Sc. $1.98, $2.98, $3.95; grown In Bradford County Football Enjoyed the game Pound 29c con

Leather Jackets Madge Whigham (Home supervisor last Friday night 'Twas a Grapefruit Juice, No.2
for F. S. A.) plans to exhibitthe good game from the spectator's

$8.50 to $9.50 product at the F. S. A. exhi- point of view Of course, we Sliced
-- bition when it is held in Gaines- had hoped that Bradford would CORNED

Ladies Sport Coats $3.95 ville Jus' learned "Bradford win The team seemed to be a Breakfast19c BEEF 15c

Ladies Long Coats $12.95 Park"' is the name of the new little over confident until it was -F canTuxedo
football stadium after writing too late to do anything about it
Childrens Winter Coats $1.98 to $4.95 about the place for weeks I discover TUXEDO f

that it has a name with The North-end of the Grand- SCRATCH $1 80 Egg 50
Childrens Shoes 98c to $1.98 my eyes wide open I'm dreaming stand was the scene of much entertainment MASH $2
Guess I should read the Telegraph : the crowd In that E. -

TRADE AT ALEXANDER'S & SAVE section should have paid double
Down the aisle Have you they had twice as much fun CIMCO
heard Nookle and Katie planto a* the rest of the on-lookers E SHORTS $I 6 5 cs $1.5Q :
ALEXANDER tie the knot on November 24 Jennings Is vial tin' Bradford tonight MEAL t
Honeymooners Elaine and Beat 'em Bradford D
STARKE. FLA. B. E. II TFIELD. Mgr. Purvis Hacen have returned from while I look on So long, til
their trip and have set up house- the next See Us Before Selling Your Corn & Pork

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G. Kidd and Misses Katie and Virginia Fu- Dr. and Mrs J. L,. Register Motor Co's. new Gulf
end Mrs R Jennings and :1 Editor Bradford County Tele- Starke Boy Scout Troop Comptroller J. M. Lee's three
Saturday gate of Jacksonville were week- daughter, Hellene Service Station is near com
and very
spent ( Mrs. A. A.
chard (W I this week acquired title to a year legal battle with the railroads -
of graph.
end guests their uncle and Johns j
? were guests Wednesday of pletion. The building is of the
; building: lot through the uposor- over the methods of
,utssnvlllew aunt, Mr. and Mrs. J. Frank Col- Mrs. L. A Rennolds : i i Dear Sir: proper
-- en route to and contribution of the
most modern type and is locatedon ship assessment and tax levies against
J' 8 Sewell returnedy ley. their home in Frostproof from a the old Lawtey State Bank I Can you beat it? I have just received Stnike Rotary Club from E. J. the railroads Is beginning to j

from Eustis where she trip up north. a letter from the State Dowling. This lot Is adjoiningthe yield results. The checks recently -
site of
one the best business locations -
I relatives Mr and Mrs. L. A Rennolds Board of Health, to whom I hadwritten property of the Community distributed to Bradford
'ed .-- were In Clearwater Friday attending Tailor made suits our specialty, In our fair city. 1tew for Building and fronts 00 feet on County taxing units, under the

r Prather baa gone the funeral of Mr. Ren- $ZJ. O up, at J. M. AKaret.! Lawtey turned out "Lock, Stock days ago yeast Christian Street, running 100 feet first of a series of court decisions

kSne where she is tak- nold's sister Mrs. Fred C. Mar- and Barrel" to Bradford's third for a patient who had pelegraand deep along the line of the Com- that will solve the problems j "

Kographic, course. klrt. here Comer Long, who has been football game of the current sea was not able to buy it, and I munity House property. Patrol amounted to, in all $6,783.24, the i

for the past two months with got this reply: "I am sorry to say Huts for each of the four Patrols Comptroller's office disclosed this

1 -Z Adklns returned his mother. Mrs. F. H. Long, went son. In proportion, Lawtey sup- that the Legislature did not wilt be erected on this property at week. t
Eye and Mrs. ap-
Mr. George C. White
1: from Bronson back to Tampa last ports our football team even more
Friday and an early date thus giving the
yeSterday : and daughter Frances, of Talla- propriate any money to buy yeast Of this total, as stated In a
court. will soon P
holding resume his work than
{, has been with our "Big Brother. Troop their own headquarters and issue of the
: hassee, were week-end guests of the State Road for the State Board this year" previous Telegraph
I Department. The W. M. U. held their their own buildings. $2,288.71 went to the
Mrs. tyhlte's/ mother, Mrs. G. W. regular The Legislature did appropriate county com-
SPECIAL This Is asset not to the
jstg j flU LEE an only mlasloners and $3,10905
Alderman. meeting at the home of Mrs.A. for was received
SILVER cholera although
hog -
Jl'BILEK money serum
SPECIALSilver I Troop but to the City of Starke.
ofl'1IJ'fte Other
Package the school board.
Kr SuliValue.. A. Annie Tuesday, October 17. they turned it (the ) by
till free with 'a Sorting; Set only S3c with. money Any one wishing; to contribute towards units In 'the 'county, including
.t i A-plrin One! Friends of Mrs. M. J. McRae n purchase of '1.00 or more! One I The local Crusader's Club*has i' over to the New York World's the erection of these build bond-holders received $1,384.58. t

,. Of $2.00 or more.This offer I will be glad to learn that she Is Cent Sale Bargains on the Rex- taken possession of the Basketball I Fair without authorization, so we ings, either with time or money,
with the
The Is In line
Sale be here slowly recovering after being ill all 25th Anniversary Silver I Courts and are remodeling and will please contact the Scoutmaster -
f last so JUbl-l. Court's decision that the
cline they and confined to her home near l,-e One Cent 8 le. This big equiplng it with lights. This organization I the Rev. Frank Robinson.Full Supreme '
4 big days Wexlnesday. only while I pay for the treating of their hogs. average ratio of assessing real
J. Crosby Lake. they last so be hero meets every Monday particulars\ concerning the
and Saturday, I I estate In Florida counties In 24-
y. Friday early. Four bile day\\.lneN. evening at 7:30: at the Baptist Our Legislature thought more class and type of buildings to be
1, 2, S, & 4. Carpen- lof percent of the full value, and not i
day, Thursday, Friday & Saturday Church. All young men are most hogs than it does of our peopleand erected, as well as a financial
Rexull Drug Store. Mrs. J. C. Mills of Rutherfordton that has been the attitude of 50-percent: as once claimed. The
@e 1, 2, S & 4. Car- cordially Invited. Parents should statement of the Troop for this
N. C., arrived Tuesday for an penter'H, Your Rexall Drug Store. urge their sons to attend these our Legislature for many years. purpose and the amount needed' checks were part payments made
extended visit with her soninlawand I'I'I the three main trunk lines to-
Helen Prather of Jackson- meetings and watch them grow, They, like so many of our parents, I for the completion of the buildIngs by

rat j the recent guest of her daughter, Rev. and Mrs. Mrs. L. F. Chapman, of the I both spiritually and physically. feel that the children just came will appear in an early issue taling $1,000,383.29.

ntt. Mr, and Mrs. W. C. Frank Robinson. State Farm, spent Tuesday and "Nobody went anywhere." Times and ate acceptedas a liability of the Bradford County Tele- -

r. Wednesday in Jacksonville attending must be exceptionally hard or but hogs are an asset graph. On Citadel Eleven

Mrs A. C. Durden, who has the annual convention of everyone here is satisfied' with When will our lawmakers understand + Jimmie Sewell a cadet at The

i L. C Ray is In Tallahassee spent several weeks here with her the Florida Division, United their own "back yard. We that the children of today Attends Conference Citadel Military College in Charleston

Li her niece Mrs. Edward daughters, Mrs. O. L. Beasley and Daughters of the Confederacy would much rather believe the will be the men and women of tomorrow S. C., ia a member of the

:myer, and Mr and Mrs. O.lute Mrs. Jeanette Kincaid, returned I latter. ? And that the health of A. J. Griff, County School freshman football squad. Weigh-

,, Mrs. Lee returned to + these children will be Superintendent, and G. E. Mc- he plays right
:! Wednesday to her home in Tampa. I Whldden -- --'- certainly ing 162 pounds,
of Brooker Junior
her home in Tampa this week COOKING SCHOOLAT reflected in these men and women. Gauley, principal guard.
j A Suuls will leave tofto after spending a while here as and the country cannot be better High School represented Bradford -

spend two weeks In Miami MAKE A DATE to visit your guest of her aunt, Mrs. M. J. Mc- LAWTEYA than the people who make up its County schools Monday at KXTKA KXTHAt There are

Mr. Sauls who is stationed Rexall Drug Store on Wednesday, Rae, and with her sister, Mrs. citizenship? And that health ls> a a conference with members of the big bargains for everyone at joutlocul -
Thursday Friday & Saturday, cooking school, sponsored by State Department of Education In
i it presentanil Frida Drew of the State Farm. purchasable commodity and pays
November 1, 2, 3 & 4. A saving! the Florida Power & Light Company big dividends? Gainesville. School men from 10 Itnxall Drug Store Duringfhn

Mrs J. A Sauls spent worth your while la waiting for Mr. and Mrs. John Milton was held in the cafeteria: counties made cooperative plans Itexall Original One Cent'
They (the Legislature. ) appro- the on one.fe J Jpins
250 bargains. Two for the of for'undertaking a long-time program HaM two for prim
lay la Jacksonville as guests you. Brownlee and little daughter, of building the Lawtey school on
priate for the aged whose to
and Mrs. R. L. Norton price of one, plus le. Carpen- Gainesville, spent Sunday here Thursday evening, September 28. money for Improvement of instruction only le. 2SO bargains
term of usefullness l is
over yet choose from Wednesday<< ,
ter's Your Rexall Drug Store. Daniel Ross Residential In Florida schools.
|M!>9 Helen Prather. with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. Represen-
they neglect the young whose possibilities _._ and Saturday No-
tative from the Palatka office, --.--- day. Friday i
M. Brownlee.
They were accom- are unlimited. I have mlxT J, 2, S &I". Carpenter's
!klilpments\' of mens suite, The Teachers Association of the panied home by Mrs. Brownleewho gave a short talk on the use of known of Legislatures several To Drill Twice

|lon and stjlcs. $14.95 to Gainesville District is being held! spent Monday in Gainesville. major electrical appliances and introduced years ago that appropriated more Members of the local Headquarters -' Your Krxatl l>nig Store -

at Alvarez. In Gainesville today (Friday) and Mrs. Colena Wilhoit and last
for cattle tick eradication than Company began
tomorrow and is being attendedby Rev. C. W. White, who Is fin- Miss Lucille Williams, Home Economists I'I for all the work of the State night holding/ two In. Emma Canova the faculty of the Starke of the Company, who TIP TOPGROCERY
Florence ancial manager for the Methodist Board of Health.So Instead of one, as in past years,
Ison( Paul E Canova were inland school and teachers from all Orphans Home at Eustis, preached conducted the school All food'I Lt T T. Long, commanding officer
Saturday attending the over Bradford County. The glee here Sunday at the morning was cooked on two electric ranges long as we send men to of the. Company said this

|-al of Mrs. I. L. Brown, who club, under the direction of Mrs. service. While here for the week and was later given as door prizes I Tallahassee to make our laws who morning The new drilling
here with her husband Mable Wall, will sing at the Association to those in attendance. consider hogs, cattle and other
end he was the guest of. Mrs. J. things more vital than childrenand schedule Is a result of the United And
ago. on Saturday morning. W White and Mrs. Titus Olson. Electric refrigeration was pre-' State's program of military preparedness -
their health, just so long,
sented by C. H. Nasworthy, local and will double the pay
then, will Florida take a second
Men's leather jackets and dealer in the territory, in whose the members already receive
ary position to the other states in
boot Reasonably priced, at Allan refrigerator Ice cream and various -, which is $1 per drill for privates, "

-/. tempting salads were pre I every way. with the scale Increasing according ,

I INSURANCEHAROLD pared. A representative of the' Our children and their good to the rank of the men. The ft

Rev. Philip Schuyler and moth Raybro Electric Supplies Inc., of health Is the most valuable asset regular drill Is held Monday
Mrs. Jacksonville exhibited attractive we! have and were it not for the has

er Schuyler, of Zolfo an night and Thursday night
Springs, were guests Wednesday, display of small electric ap- neglect of their health and educa- tentlvely been set as the extra BANANAS
of Mr. and short discus- tion it would not be necessaryfor said. The
and Mrs. T. J. Griffin. Rev. pliances gave a drill night, Lit. Long
Mr. Schuyler and mother were en- sion as to their labor-saving ad- people from other states to new schedule is in effect until

route home after a visit in Bal- vantages In the home. come In und fill our most Important until January 31. 1940.Exterminator 5 Pounds

C. WALL AGENCY I timore. Md. and the mountains of At the close of the school R. H. places.No --..-+---- 9c

iN. C. Smith, Rural Representative of hogs are more Importantthan WantedThe Beauties
children, even though we do
Please Phone 146 the power company \.In this sec- Board of County Commissioners -
Tom Ritch, of Jacksonville, was tion, thanked those present for send men to Tallahassee with for bids in
are advertising
here Saturday visiting his mother attending and offered his services porcupine brains to make our from Crushed
this Issue of the Telegraph
Mrs. Carrie Rltch. He was to those who might be Interestedin laws.

accompanied back to the city by information relative to the operation Dr._ .M. B. Herlong.:_ extermination persona or firms solution to apply to termite the Pineapple
-- -
NAT SEZ: little Clifford Mendoza who spent of electrical appliances. Rubber stamps, stapling machines county courthouse. Bids wilt b6
the week here with his
past grand. Approximately seventy-five people at the Bradford County Tele received until 10 o'clock A. M.

Will Rogers used to say "All I I tin.parents, Mr. and Mrs T. J. Grif attended cooking this Interesting school. and Instructive I graph. Monday November 6. 2-10c cans 9c

know Is what I read In the papers -
k + 1----------------

a ." Dr. and Mrs B. S. Carroll, who Starke Woman's Club 1I 1I I

That applies to all of us, but, nowadays had been In Miami convention attending the Honors B. H. S. FacultyThe I POTATOES
p state dental stopped
read the -
the papem
more you here Saturday enroute to their Woman's Club met Wed- BUY.

the less you know. Some home in Jacksonville and were nesday afternoon of last week, at Irish

fellers are good at reading between accompanied to the city by their 3:30 o'clock In the ,club house, QJC

the lines but unless" you little daughter Cornelia, who had with the president, Lira. K. G. 5 Pounds

spent the week here with her Duncan presiding.The .
know how to do that, you are
just. aa bud off as the feller who grandmother Mrs. F. H. Long. faculty of the Bradford Buy Your Burner or Fuel

don't know how to read. County High School was honor LARDJewel9c
J. M. Alvarez entered the Flag- guests of the club for the afternoon From Standard Oil Com

ler Hospital In St Augustine Following the business

Wednesday to spend ten days session, Mrs. E. K. Perryman, pany-Lights Quicker and
It's the cards A having a "thourough check-up."
in chairman of education presentedan Pound

Interesting program. Prices
Burns Longer. Right
/ Mr. and Mrs W. H. Struth and
; fashion .
y PETERS trumps Mrs. Ferryman welcomed the
Miss Kate Struth had as week-
faculty and a response was given
end guests: Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Prompt Delivery.STANDARD .
by Principal E, L. Williams. A
/ r Edwards and, daughter, Fredrlka, BACONPound
piano number "Two Guitars" (a
Mrs. Frank G. Baulk night and
Russian gypsy song) was played ,
Jane Merrill, of Jack
by Virginia Sewell; and Roberta
sonville; Mr. and Mrs. L. M. De-
Whitfield played "Waltz of the
Sha and daughter, Marjorie of "
Flower Fairies.
Wildwood; and, Merrill Struth. of I Best JC
Alachua. tMra. D. P. Carpenter, State OIL COMPANYK.

Chairman of Character Education,
made excellent talk on the subject -
an Kcllofjgs
IMAGINE: the luxury of havIng G. DUNCAN
s of character. Miss Anita Agent
2 boxes! of Gardenia FacePowder '
aid for Sic-.% IM.OO "value! Courtmanche delighted her audi Cora Flakes
) with two violin solos] and .. ,, .
ence was -
Its one of the 230: tremendotiH ------------
bargain luring the Itexall Original accompanied at the piano by her
eo mother, Mrs. J. II. Courtmanche.The 3
One Cent Sale, Wednesday, pkgs.19c
violin numbers were: "Mar-:
Thursday, Friday S: Saturday, e%
zuka" and "Hun-1 7rrw
w (Neylnarskl);
November I. 2, 3 & 4. And
SPEiFR garian Dance" (Brahma).
la ono sale that thrifty hoUMOwle -
k .. never nU* Carpenter'sYour During the social period the) Hams Picnic
hostesses served delicious frozen e ,
1 1S d Rexall l)rug Store.
I II Fruit naiad and iced tea. Host-
eases for the afternoon were: Mrs.L. -

f CentaWordi D. Vining, Mr.. Edward Burns,

shoES I I Mrs. Hildabelle. Hence, Mrs. F F flreak fast

y Stump, Miss Evelyn Stump Mrs. yu

i! TO BUY cows and _A. Z. Adklns, Mrs. E. U'Wllllams, Bacon lb. 19c

I I hogs. Market prices paid on all I Mrs. T. T. Long, and Mrs. O. L. ,

grades. J. D. ODOM, box 247 Beasley.
3-31-lyr.p ? Twenty-five y"ri ''1''' R...ll. Drug
3 Starke Fla. Y Stor.i originated; this qig; .n
SuddenrlE' erything went BLACK FOR SALE-two black and tan Anniversary CelebrationThe ) 1 m.rch.ndhisq. ...."/. Tod./ th.uM..d> of

v itself that"s why' two old Rev. William E. Wheeler, 1 R..II Drug Stern throughout .n. Unit.dSt.t.s
) ?:JtJ Cvert'fA5i1.ion J t deer hounds, years tike pert lit this greet Pound 19c
,r Y!:stuck 4aE j C.'6!G.K S y IEDES asxip medlu mslzed, good mouth. See D. D., of Penny Farms, and Pastor ",..i"9; ..r..This yeer It our Silver Jubilee money' -

: leu anftet before, or write Harold Glasgow, box I of the Bethlehem Lutheran/ Celebretien.. Yeu'll find tome" bergein ..tI
> 'iS mor '.J ,' 631 Starke Florida. 2tp i Church on U. S. Highway 41, 12 i priors never before offered. In eddition; R
1t Game ks a'd.s.ee. ;'ymL"I '-' I ;miles south of Lake City, extendsa .. h... origineted; ; lomo Silver Jubilee; Cheese

FOR SALE OR TRADE four j cordial invitation to the general FRISAT.. Speeiilt.,
THUW You II h... to b. hero .'
thoroughbred police puppies, WED- 4 o eerly to.
Will trade I public to attend the eightieth anniversary VEMBER S .' 3 them-for th..,',. toe good to feit 10.... Pound 19c
mother registered. ] services of the church: NC Remember" th.,.'! only one Origlnel One
for pigs. Also for sale a guar- :Sunday, October 29, at 11 o'clockIn Cent Sele end. th.t U Retell.
$2.98 anteed sound work mule, 17500 I the morning and 2 o'clock In'' Just Rite

Call Sunday. II. Gregg. 1 1.2 the I afternoon.The j
southwest of Starke on I Flour241bs.
IT PAYS TO BUY ATITERNBERCT- miles congregation forms the old
Road 28. Itp .est Lutheran Church In Florida,1 CARPENTER'SStarke

RAWLEIGH ROUTE NOW OPEN ]having been organized In 1859: by 59c

Real opportunity for man who ]Rev Charles Bernstein, who came I Florida .

wants permanent, profitable'from South Carolina. The Inter-, _. .. ,
--- --- --- - WE BUYPECANS a
.. ,
work. Start promptly. Write j jRawlelgh' estlng and colorful history of the "

.. Dept FAJ-223-K. .church: will be reviewed during L ,.tH i' t .t :i. lt; :.I;. wr::" :" '<. N IQ 'N; '

Memphis, Teen. Itp I the special service. I .


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_ FARMERS'SECTION: ) .\ WHAT IS SOCIAL SECURITY? Mr.Athletic M. G.field.McMillan$27.00, ;survey Mr. B of I LIVEJ3TATE NEWSl

THEN READ THESE ANSWERS Lennon, Janitor salary $30.00; _
r Mr. Ebb Thorton, Janitor service

RURAL HINTS FOR TIlEHOUSEHOLD I For three years now we've heard die where there Is not a widow or I service$5000; Mr.65.00: Nick Mr.Thomas L. D., janitor Green HIGHWAY J. H. Dowllng1 OFFICIAL, chief ELECTED engineerfor The IUS fossilIzed GIANT GOI'I".n
; ,
COMMON SENSE. . I I I about social security and the Social minor child en surviving. I mowing lawn at school, $7.50: the Florida state road department historic gOPher 'maln, .,> ''If ,I
Security Act, but few workingmen Q: What are the requirementsfor I with In Tallahassee 'III I.
J. Powell repairs to bldg.. headquarters to be estia.
really know anything receiving monthly benefits beginning Mr. C. thirty t h.I, an,
Mr. J. !of. was elected vice president Is to be VeS1'8
furn. $9.90
& new ;
AN 11TH COMMANDMENT EAT FLORIDA OYSTERS I much about it. in January 1940?' of the American Association of .11, tho,
WOULD GUIDE MAN IN By Isabelle. Thursby I To help clearlfy the Act and its A: To receive benefits as soon Reddish, hauling wood $7.50: State Highway Officials at thorganization's arched Hammock Park nt'"I ISebrlllg
Gassett Hardward Store, supplies. shell
Extension Economist in Food next ,? .
HANDLING THE EARTH Donaldson as they become payable year. Hm08l
benefits R. B. manager annual convention tOUI
h Mr. C. J. Powell repairs high and
Conservation reached the $263.29; about f\,
a worker must have )
of the Jacksonville Social
in feet
which ended Richmond
Nearly having anything to No. 3 Clarence Simpson I IQ|
everyone To the great Joy of all goermets Security Board Field Office has age of 65 and retired; must have $8.70.General Va.TRUCKER. Geologist- ?. 'the S
to do with farming nowadays oyster are in season again. prepared a series of 12 sets of been employed In work covered by Starke Telephone! Co., telephones the reptile offic .!allllate' I

is thinking in terms of the They came in several weeks agoa -- questions most frequently asked the system for 6 calendar quarters ,,' Sal- HAS BAD LUCK must Itav.. Welghe
I $15.20; A. J. Griffis excess of a (
soil and Its conservation. With fact that perhaps should have about the Act, and the an after 1936; and, !In each .of I Salary Philadelphia Pa.-Roy Bailey thousand pound. ,.
- _, .. ..'. A '. "' '_.. orv. st 2.vno. : Louise Warren alive "
been called to attention at Set number two of the wers'l Layc qttan ccL o.-' ..OO -
a world that la heavily populatedwith your ; $50.00;: Frances Peek office of Ocala was a double loser to
must have to at least $50. -
that time. 'In oyster days thereis appear next week. come --- 4NEW
day. Seeking about
nations at war in their quest workers work, $15.20; Woman's Club of --
How are
nothing to fear; taste on thfirst QW1en: does the payment of Q: many One months library expense a tire stolen from his truck. he DINING lULL TO
for room to expand and with no for now covered: by the old-age and Starke The 01'
day are good a new
you monthly benefits under the old- $15.00 A. J. Griffis Sal- followed a man who promised to dining ball
; al
of ;
uninhabited lands to survivors' Insurance provision State
more free or year. age insurance plan begin? $125.00 Louise Warren Salary show him where it was. Lured College fOr Women
ary, ;
the Act? b
be taken and exploited, attention But do not worry even if you A; Benefits are payable be- A Insurance accounts $50.00; Frances Peek office Into an alley he was robbed ot at a cost of rnor. than $jo(
Old-age under
Js concentrated In this countryand did not eat an oyster that first ginning January 1, 1940. have been established for more work, $15.20; A. J. -Griffis. Car, 42.50proceeds: from the sale of a PWA project \\111

__ elsewhere on saving that day of September for "By chance Q: To whom will monthly i than forty-five million individuals.Q. Expense for Sept. $20.00; A. J'I a truck load of oranges. opened two to service within the "

which we have. the first day puts them out of benefits be paid 7 About how many persons Griffis, Office expense, $9.01; E weeks college ottlclals, '

W. C. Lowdermilk, chief of re- your power eat double the quantity .- A: The amendments have previously exempt have been J. Lewis, board service $25.00; J. FIRST STATEWIDESENATE' the nounced.lt will mo,? than] do
every hour; the effect will assuredly Tallahassee,-Florida State College dining room
for the Soil Conservation H. Moore board service, $25.00W. ; capacity ,
nearch broadened the plan to take into brought under the old-age Insurance "
prove near the same. and for Women will be the firs The new
Service of the United States Department consideration the security of the program by the amend E. MIddleton board service will I.Ilnnlnr
ill that the have 30
cure every doctors can ,
college In the South to Inaugurate per tenl
of Agriculture has recently family unit. In addition to the ments T $25.00. than the Ilore s
i old
name. I statewide "model senate" October and wjIJ
-----. studied the experience of benefits paid the retired worker A: Approximately 1100000. Transportation a on 12 alloWab
So much for old supersti 27-28 when students from square feet of
older countries: throughout the oyster the law now provides monthly Q: What are the principal Sam Molt $40.00; A. L. Green girl. There epnc@ for

I world in the use of land. He has tions. supplementary benefits for his types of employees brought under $70.36; Chairty Williams, $35.00; all over the state will be invitedto halls will be two din

I proposed an llth commandmentand We know oysters are not a cure wife. if she Is 65, and for his dependent the program by the amendments T Frank Norman $5.00: ; C. J. discuss current legislation for The lower on each of the IWO n

--I suggests It for the guidance all for disease; they are a food children under 18. It also A: The amendments include Powell, $9.00; J. E. Adklns, $40.- the purpose of better acquainting atmosphere rooms! are modem!

of people of this day. Here it Is: not a patent medicine; a valuable provides monthly survivors' employees 0 f national banks. 00; Lester Slade, $56.62; Mary themselves with the functioningsof the walls with th@ .lower p
delectable food An excellentand finished rJ
"Thou shalt Inherit the holy benefits for aged widows of deceased building and loan associations, Williams, $18.00; Mrs. G. W. government. tile. The tn dark
palatable source of plaste,
-I earth as a faithful steward con- necessary ; covered wage earners and employees of State banks which Rhamea, $8.00; Nelson Green walls and on the
minerals particularly calcium and LARGER TOMATO ceilings Is sound-pS
nerving its resources and produc- I their dependent children and are members of the Federal Re- 75.14; J. E. Brown. $40.00: Roy ACREAGEAn I ed to make
tivity from generation to genera- phosphorus and a relatively good younger widows with such children serve System employes In maritime Tomlln on, 83.18; Elam Lewis, increase of 36 percent in the the rooms quiet

I tion. Thou sbalt protect thy source of copper iron and mani i In their care and for aged dependent service on American vessels, $40.00; Frank .Norman, $25.00; tomato acreage plans of South j four I spite of the chatter of three
ganese. Oysters as a source of; hundred diners
fields from soil erosion and thy J parents of workers who and workers over the age of 65. Nelson Moore, $20.00; Andrew Dade County are due to an anttcipaieu -
..........._. M___ _u______.__ .... ..._. these minerals, have been found -.--"-.> .Heavier.----.-- ueumiiu..----.. eu-- a.- -result 'V.-
"'Ufl4 uv.Ir".1II1Ii UT taJ Redding, $30.00; T. T. Blackburn,' --
herds so that thy descendants of effective in prevention and cure I 83 Blanche Edwards, $76.00 $37.60; J. S. Austin $6.35; H. C. of: the European war it was OLD LETTEIt GIVEN GRot
nutritional anemia. In addition SCHOOL BOARD ; ;
may have abundance forever. If Kelley $35.00; Ed Durbin $32.-' disclosed last week by Charles HStaffanl Winter Park, A letter
Joyce Futch $95.16 Jewel Roberts sign
oysters are a good source ol ;
any shall fall In this stewardshipof vitamins A, B and C. WARRANT LIST $79.16; Mrs. L. H. Futch, 60; Richard Walton, $33.05; Ned county agricultural by King Ferdinand and Qu
the land his fertile fields shall Berry $2.00; Levy Norman $40.- agent of Dade County. Last year Isabel: of Spain In 1492 Instrw
$79.16 Helen Eu-
''While there'are many different ; Cody, $79.16; '
become sterile stones and gullies, ways to prepare and serve AUGUST 1939Transportation nice Kelley. $76.00; Lois Mayes, 60; W. E. Sapp $17.10; Wesley tomato growers planted 11,000 Ing the Spanish army command
and his descendants shall decreaseand oys. Dyal, $5.00; Chester Andrews, acres, while this year 15,000 acres In connection with the annewtij
tars $73.00 Lillie McRae $72.83
there are those who consider' ; ;
live in poverty or vanish from $71.62 Louis Mobley $24.00 will be planted he said. i of the province of
that whatever you do to them Is R. V. Alvarez. $4.40; J. A. Aus Ruth Frazier $60.16; Ernestine ; ; Navarrt. hi
the face of the earth." "gilding the lily" That is true if tin. $6.35; Levy Norman $10.00; Buddlngton, $73.00; Jessie Lee Swearingen Kelley $22.62; L. R. been presented to the Florida II
neW Starling $42.60 Ellery Sapp, $27.- TO START :MAKING ARRESTS torical society.Dr. .
Commenting on this com you are so privileged and have R. V. Alvarez $67.00; Andrew Lazenby $72.83; Norman Johns ;

mandment Lowdermilk, says: the skill to pry open their shells Redding, 30.00; T.''T. Blackburn. $45.57; Luvertia Shepherd, $69.- 35; Wade Gaskins $27.60; R. V. Governor Cone called upon A.J. Hanna, president ul

"The Ten Commandments given and cu t them loose therefrom $40.00; L. R. Starling $45.00; 66; Mae Wells $66.50; Pearl Nor- Alvarez, 72.38; C. J. Crews. $20.- sheriffs Monday to arrest automobile the document perfectly prose,

by Moses have guided man's relation within sight of the water whence Levy Norman $28.00; Ed Durbln man. $50.66; Arthur McRae 66. 00; Earl Green, 61.11; A. A. Edwards operators who do not have ed in a silk lined embossed leail,

to his Creator and to his fellow $87.62; J. E. Adkins, 33. state drivers' licenses by October er case, is
they came-you are eating oya- $35.00; Ellery Sapp $29.70; W. E. 83; Essie Crosby, $43.33; Beverly one of the oldest vj
men and have stood the test ers at their finest. Even the ad- Sapp. $19.50; Wade Gaskins, $30.- Cady $53.33; G. E. McGauley 89; Lester Slade $18.98; Mary 15. "I hate to take this action, to be brought to the new worl

of time for more than 3.000 years. dition of lemon juice is considered 00; H. C. Kelley $35.00. 92.83; Harmon Morgan. $72.83; Williams $15.55; Nelson Green he told them by letter "but due It was presented by George i

But Moses failed to forsee the superfluous. A. B. 'Green Reimbursement Muriel Norman $66.50; Sorchie $27.09; J. E. Brown, $27.09; W. O. to the fact that the funds from labrlskie of Ormon Beach aNew

great need of the future for a I When served in cooked :form Medical Exam, $2.00; Chester Baird $66.50; Annie Laura Els- Collins\ $27.09; Roy Tomlinson, sale of drivers' licenses are coning i York president of the N..

commandment: to regulate Jnan's oysters require a more or less Andrews, same, $2.00; Roy Tom- toh, $76.00; Melva Harrell $53.- $18.98; Frank Norman $27.09; in so slow it will be several York Historical society and

relation and responsibility to gentle and short cooking period. linson, same, $2.00; Levy Nor83; Melvin Futch. $85.50; Mabel Nelson Moore $27.09; Andrew months before I will be able to member of the Florida organize!

:Mother Earth which must nourish ''An old way of cooking oystersand man same $2.00; Ellery Sapp Wall, $81.87; Florence Brown. Redding, $33.89; T. T. Blackburn, set up the road patrol" unless! we ion.. j

all generations. perhaps the simplest and best ante, $2.00; Frank Norman $63.33; E. L. Williams $216.66; J. $16.77; H. C. Kelley $27.09; Ed, get more revenue.. The interest to Florida is tti

No such commandment hub is,' the stew. While a stew can be game, $2.00; Andrew Redding H. Atkinson, $76.66; J. M. Whit- Durbin $16.77; Richard Walton' the letter was dated In the sail

n a part of man's attitude toward made of any shellfish Its most Same $2.00; Mrs. Mary Williams temore $83.33; Evelyn Stump 15.55: ; Levy Norman $16.77; W. Florida's TO GET MORE MONEY year and by the rulers who tti,
his occupation of the Mother famous form la unquestionably accorded same, $2.00; Lester Slade same $72.83; Alice Fernandez $69.66; E. Sapp $16.77; Wesley Dyal teachers will Columbus on his voyage of d;|
be> glad to know that motorists
Earth. except in limited areas. to that made with oysters. $2.00; W. E. Sapp same, $2.00; Eva Anderson, $72.83; Daisy $15.55; Chester Andrews $18.98; the state covery. It was seni from Borg

Man has generally been an exploiter Oyster Stew Perfection I A. A. Edwards same, $2.00; Ed Fisher $95.00; Verna Demorest, Swearingen Kelley $18.98; L. R. are contributing more August 12, 1492 to Don Juan t

despoiler, and destroyer of Use two fairly heavy aluminum I Durbin, same, $2.00; W. O. Col- 79.17; Rosalind Williams 79. Starling $16.77; Ellery Sapp, $16.- money to the teachers salary fund. Llbera, Spanish conunander-1

natural, physical, plant and animal saucepans, as this permits even ins, same $2.00; Nelson Green, 17; Mrs. S. S. Dowling, $101.33; 77; Wade Gaskins, $16.77; R. V. through their purchases of automobile chief.

resource of- the_ _- earth__pn., dl..trothlltfnn-.--..---.-.- .,--P th._. .hi. -.. ,.,.,4L... same, $2.00; H. C. Kelly same Lester Sponholtz $82.34; Blanche Alvarez $23.96; A. A, Edward, license tags this year than
"Today billions Vandervler $18.98; Sam Mott. $27.09; A. L. ever before according to a report TRAIN SCHEDULE
literally of acres lighter vecmels do not. 2.00; Elam Lewis! same $2.00; $66.50; Lucile Ken-
of originally productive lands Into one container put milk and 3, W. Gaskins same. $2.00.nedy., $66.50; Eunice Searing, $79.- Green. $27.09; Chairty Williams for the third quarter of the year Following is the schedule i
$35.00; Ned Berry, $2.00; Charity released this week by D. W. Fin. trains arriving here dally St.
throughout the world bear the the liquor from the Oysters, usinga Teacher's" 17; Grace Wainwright, $79.17;
curse of unfaithful stewards cup and s half ,of rich milk for 'Leola" Salary in Edna Hart. $79.17; Lucile .Ed: Williams $18.98; R. V. Alvarez. icy motor vehicle commissioner. ject to change without notice:
through, the Roberts adjustment' $3.10; Elam Lewis $27.09; C. J. The third quarterly report shows Southbound Due Star
centuries and their each dozen oysters place over a wards. $72.83; Willie Mae Hinson,
sins are visited upon their descendants low flame to get hot but never 00 salary Mrs., $4.40 Beatrice; Carl Roberts $50.- $72.83; Evelyn hitch, $69.66; Ethel Crew, $20.00; C. J. Crews 15.: 473,421 !license tags have been. No. 1 (local) __--_ 10:33: p. n|

not only unto the third and boll. Place the other pan over a Martha; Mote $5.94; Biggs, $69.66; Ruby Lllley 55; Earl Green, $60.64;' Ear sold this year for a total revenue No. 107 (through) 9:21: e. nj
Wells. 64.87 Mrs. N. J.
fourth generations but unto the higher flame and put in two tablespoons Johns ; 88.66; Madge MIddleton $79.17; Green, $27.09; J. E. Adkins, 106. 01 6463837. which Is an Increaseof Northbound Due Star
$78.32 Mrs. E. L. Wlllama.
tillers of exploited lands today of butter a scant teaspoonof ; Kitty Hogsed $63.33; Kate Shep 25: ; Lester Slade, $52.68; Mary $434,837 in revenue and an increase No. 2 (local) ?- 6:1: s. d
27.55: I. B.
1,000 or more years later. This salt. a pinch of red pepper, anda 66; Catherine; Young Cody 91.83 121.Em.herd. $79.17; Edna Prevail 76. Williams, $18.00; Mrs. G. W. of $690,742 over the revenue No. 108 (through) 6:18: p.nj

curse upon the land, by genera. half teaspoon of papalka. ; 00; Ruby Mae Perkins, $79.17; Rhames, $8.00; Andrew Redding for the same period of 1937. Starke and \Vannee Branch
ma Hill $72.83 Blanch Edwards
lions of Inconsiderate stewards When this seasoning mixture is ; Madaline Andrews, $66.50; Leola 30.00; T. T. Blackburn, 37.63; J. Receipts from the sale of automo- No. 101 leaves Starke 7 a. m.
through Ignorance neglect, lack of hot, pour in the oysters and care- Reale.;$72.83 Joyce Jewel Futch,Roberts$95.16; Ha Roberts, $79.17; Lorraine Smith S. Austin, 6.35; H. C. Kelley bile !licenses go into the teachers

forethought, or under the lash of fully watch them "frizzle" for exactly 16; Mra. L. ; H. Futch $79.16, $79- 60.16; H. B. Wiggins, $69.66; $3500; Ed Durbin 32.63; Rich- salary fund from which the state's

oppression, represents a waste of one minute and then Just as Helen Cody $79,19; Eunice Kelley.Margaret; Whlttemore 57.00; ard Walton, $33.10; Levy Norman allotment to schools are paid. BUSINESS

humanity so stupendous as to exceed the edges are curling add them to $76.00; LoU Mayea. $73.00; Lillie Florida Bank at Starke. payment $45.63; W. E. Sapp, $17.13; Wesley .

the comprehension of the the hot milk mixture and serve at ilcRae, $72.83; Norman Johns in full of note, $2,011.94; Florida Dyal. $10.00; Chester And- YOUTHS RUN HOTEL DIRECTORY

humand mLnd.z ." once. Float a aqaure of butter on 82.83; Luvertia Shepherd. $69.- Bank at Starke payment on note rews, $71.68; Louis Mobley, 24. Lake Coleman and O. W, Byrdof -

a soup plate, dust the whole with 66; Mae Wells $60.50; Pearl Nor$5,400.46.. I 00; Swearingen Kelley $22.68; L. Pahokee are In the hotel business -

PASTURES AND COWS more paprika, and serve all the man $50.66; Arthur McRae. $66.C.. C. Anderson Adjustment in R. Starling $42.63; Ellery Sapp, in Gainesville. That is
"Two arces of improved hot $27.38; Wade Gaskins, $27.63 R. they're in the
pas- crisp oyster crackers that can ; hotel business along
83! Esele
ture and ; Crosby. $43.33; Irene salary $5.00; Martha Wells 2 V. Alvarez. $73.66 A. A. Edwards with The drink
a good dairy CQW .be eaten\ .;,_ ; a couple of other university $
This la a major feature of the Lewis $65.00. days sub., $9.98; Mrs. E. L. WI1- $87.68; A. L. Green, $70.- students. It all came about last

farm program now being promoted In the last 100 years production General llama, 1 day sub. $3.25; Mrs. E. .39; Ned Berry $4.00.RISING. spring when the foursome got together that
Baker Western Union, messages, 6.C.. Long. 1 day sub. $4.04; Martha and
County rural of the average American j figured out this unique everybodyknows
;people by County Agent Mabry worker engaged In agriculture in- 02E.35; Lennon labor on barn $7.- Wells 2 days sub. & 3 days sub. way of garnering a few shekels
; A. J. Grlffia, Salary $125.00;
Futch. $28.26; Mabel Wall adjustment In while
creased three-fold. i T.ni,1s Warren.. SaVant. 15l.nO, ._.....'A..._._. .n. ....,._.._. ..._u ..,___._ By Mrs. II. II. Lewis attending their duties of
.7. \1'0 i LUV yy au, IoU US'C seeking a higher education at the
Louise I Warren: ; tIP-- -
expense to expense $7.70; Melva Harrell, University of Florida. The
INSURE WITH Tallahassee 12.00; Frances Peek ThomasLewisl boys 5'
$53.83; Melvin Futch $85.50; One of l eased the hotel and named it the

JOHNS & WAINWRIGHT office work $14.40; Starke Tele- Mabel Wall $72.83: Carl Roberts, dings of the fall season was that Floridian They have about 30
phone Company, telephones. $19.- .
$50.00 Robert -
; Strachan. $65.00; of Miss Emma egular and
Vera Lee Lewis, hang the
FIRE. LIFE AUTO LIABILITY BONDS 40 Louise; A. J. Griffis, salary. $125.00; E. E. Evans 75.00: ; W. W. Green, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. C. nosebag on nearly 50 students. OCA-COLA DOT. CO;

Warren salary $50.00; 60.00; Mary E. Lewis. $50.00; Lewis of Starke and Woodrow L. Maybe by this time they're feed- -
Phone 13 STARKE FLORIDA Frances Peek, office work $19.- WE ARE
Helen Martin, 60.00; A. O. Jenkins Ing
30 Thomaa, son of Mr. and Mrs. more than that. For last reports -
A. J. Griff
; 10.$20.00 .
exp. $ .
; Sarah Jenkins $40. Grover Thomas of LaCrosse were to the effect that the I
T ; Dr. W. E. MIddleton, 00; Flossie McLendon $50.00; M. place was EXPERTS
was solemnized at 7:30: o'clock proving popular with
Board service
$25.00; E. J. E. Roberts $50.00; C. C. Anderson. Tuesday night October 10 at the boys at the university. Rates CARPENTER'SThe
BOREE FUNERAL HOME Lewis $25.00; J. H, Moore $25.-
$60.00 Mable Richardson
; ,
are reasonable
00. the home of the bride's parents. and some boys earn
FnU line of Caskets & Undertaken Supplies a', $50.00; Cleo Hadley, $50.00; Gen The home was beautifully deco- heir board and keep by waiting RexaJl Store

AMBULANCE SKRVIOK ,,."t DistrictC. eva Hartley, $50.00; Pearl Smith, rated with Fall fern and flowers. on the tables. Thus relieving theroprletors
DAY AND NIGUT J. Powell labor on Brooker eotdLI.
$50.00; Roosevelt Smith 50.00; While the guests were assembling > of the hotel from hlr- ri THE Jt
184 I'IIONE134 roof $28.20; Nick Thomas adVance J. A. Jones, 65.00 Annie Louise I
; Mrs. Bishop Thomas pianolst, ng outside help to serve meals.
O. II. BENNETT Hlgr. on salary, $6.00; Cecil Gaines, 50.00; I. J. Keller, 75.: played "That's What the Daisies
"A HOME-LIKE INSTITUTION" Whitehead, road patrol, $15.00 C.
; 00; Grace Robinson 50.00: ; Slm- Told." y

J. Powell repairs to Brooker mle Hunter, $100.00; G. E. Mc EXPERT

roof, $40.00; E. M. Bennett. Janitor Gauley, $50.00; G. E. McGauley The ring ceremony was performed SAW V' .
service $40.00; Carl Rltch $42.83 Frances by Rev. W. E,; Hall of Green FILINGLawn S __

FUNERAL DIRECTOR plumbing at Lawtey school $61. Cenus; Robinson, $5.00 Tyson: ; Mildred$12.50; Cove Springs.The Mower! Sharpeningand

Mjr Many Years Experience :Makes It Possible for Me to Render 00 Gassett bride
; Hardware. supplies, Paul, $37.50; Mrs. Cleo Andrews. wore a navy blue RepairingC. '

EFFICIENT PROMPT and COURTEOUS SERVICE $10.55; F. A, Scott, rent $2.00; $8.19: M. W. Morrow $108.66; H. model with matching accessories II. JENKINS ;

MODERATE: PRICES Mrs. I. J, Hagan, cleaning school B. Wiggins. $69.06; Margaret and traveled in a plum crepe rt

DeWITI' C. JONES building, $7.50; c. Sullivan, Whittemore. $57.00; Floy Sulli suite.

Starke, Florida hauling seats, $800; Typewriter van. 60.16; Ophelia Bryan 69. Mrs. Thomaa Is one of Bradford

Service, contract, $10.50; L R. 66; I. B. Cody $121.66; Catherine County's fairest daughters and OUR MILK LE'S

Gainey janitor service 2 weeks Young. $91.83 Emma Hill! 72.83 will be greatly missed In the com JACKS t4
; ,
.. ,_ _. ;
"- A' T ---fl._._._aapp. _flpa before school, $20.00.SEI'TE3IIJER. Blanche Edwards $76.00; Joyce munity. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas LEADING

FREES Futch $95.16; Jewel Roberts will make their home at LaCrosse

: 1939 $79.17; Mrs. L. H. Futcb. $79.16; where Mr. Thomas Is one of Ala. ft at thi'md"I.I. ..

Teacher's Salary Helen Cody $79.16; Eunice Kelley chua's prosperous farmers.
GREASE JOBS, WASH JOBS-FOR Robert Strachan $65.00; Mildred SUMMER
$76.00; Lois Mayes. $73.00; Miss Elma Conner of Gum

THOSE WHO USE OUR SERVICEWe $75.00 Paul.W.$50.00 W. ; E. E. Evans Lillla McRae. $72.83; Ruth Frazier Branch spent Tuesday night with COMFORT .boww. "
Green $60.00; 60.16; Ernestine Budding- Miss Irene Lewis. Seldom Equalled ,.dR., d y..d.a bl1Dd'r
are equipped to render expert serviceon Helen Martin, $60.00; A. O. Jenkins -'ton, $73.00;,, Jessie Lee Lazenby Mr. Lawton Crawford .
of Jack
$75.00 Sarah uiseqtcIIvaWtIS"pOrutAa.fllCtD
; Jenkins, $40.- ,
generators, starter motor, complete ignition 00; Flossie McLendon $50.00 M.E. 66$72.83; Mae; Luvertia Wells. $34.07 Shepherd Norman, $69.- sonville spent last week with Mr. Never Surpassed .*
; and M.T.
E. Lewis.
and Roberts. $50.00; C. C. Anderson
break service-having a complete $65.00; Mable Richardson. Johns $45.57: ; Pearl Norman, Mr\ and Mrs. Woodrow Thomas COCKTAIL i
line of $50.00; 50.66; Arthur McRae $66.83; Es of LaCrosse COFFotb
parts-Get our prices before Cleo Hadley. $12.50; Juanita ale were the week-end PETERSON'S
Crosby. $43.33 Irene I
; ,
guests of her
parents Mr.
Stewart. $37.50 and "
you buy this service. $50.00 Pearl ; Hartley. $65.00; Harmon Morgan '72.83; Mrs. E. C. Lewis. DAIRY a IN..ul
; Smith
$50.00; Muriel -
Norman. $66.50
We Can Save You Money Jones Roosevelt$65.00 Smith Annie$50 00; J. A. Baird. $6650; Annie Laura; Mor DO-YOU KNOW. THAT PEN- -
; Louise I
$76.00 .
Conway's Service StationU. Gaines. $50.00; I. J Keller, 75. ; DistrictC. NIES CAN TALK? Ask your NEAT APPEARANCE
RetaIl: Druggist when
00 Grace you
; Robinson $50.00 Simmi may
; 3,
Powell, new roof at
Brooker bear the Special R xaU Means
S. Royal Tires and Batteries Hunter $100.00; Floy Sulli $1,431.80; H. C. Green. 1 mo. Radio .
Program. Then
van. $60.18; Ophelia you'll learn tow OTTO F. STOCK'S Cleaning
Bryan. 69. Dry
Depot: for Florida Motor Lines 66; B. Cody. $123.50; Catherine janitor service 1 week, and pumpIng your pennies can be worth dollars -
I water. $51.50; Mr. 3. L. Ha- Carpenter's. Your R xaU See
Young $91.83; Emma Hill
$72.I I gin work STRICKLAND
on Ath. field $10.00. Drug Store. i CLAYTON



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QC7011BEB 20 1930 \\1

F &
1 ANNUAL FOREST burned over on forest land understate

.- -" By Mrs A. L. Sullivan Ky Mrs L. C. Smith !! or federal protection ban
-- -- -
-- ARE
METHODIST PKESBYTEUIAN been reduced to an average of
BIU'l'IST EPISCOPAL Mrs. Mary Jane Kate and Mr. MI'. and Mrs David
Rev. CHRISTIANRev Durbin and lOVER about 2 percent of the :
Chas protected
Llihtfuotraltor H. Allen $34,000,000 I
g. Rev Frank Robinson Fred
!. Pastor Pastor Rector Terkee. Jr. 8 V St John Shepherd Ad kins of Jacksonville children of Jacksonville were, --- i! area. On unprotected areas ..

I Thom'School" SUllt. B. K. Ferryman, Sunday School Suet. Pastor were visiting Mr. and Mrs R. M. visiting her mother. Mrs. C. Fogg Careless and criminal much as 50 to 75: percent may be

day school Oen. Superintendentof Organist Miss Ella J. Sass. Sunday School.Supt Mersey Sunday.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. J. A J. McKinney burningof damaged each year. Thus
I Church Scbool Mrs. E. M. Davis Org-anet. Mre. Mra XVIleon forests coat southern landown organized -
sun,.4' A.g eMrvtes Church School Supt. lIrra Jamee Carlisle Sunday School and Mrs. C. Sullivan and were visiting Mrs. Flora McKinney ers over 34 million dollars each \ fire protection Is proving an

tlorUa M. ChurchABMohool Roy Mathews Services 10 o'clock Mr. Felix Sullivan were visitorsto of Starke Saturday. Important factor In the battle be-
igt A Sunday worship Service year according recent figures'
t tI.t Tralnlnlr F. Mnlnr Morning Worship Church 10 A.School M. 10 A. M. Every Srd Sunday Jacksonville Monday. C. J. Frazier and J. E. Cecil compiled by State Foresters I In'ing waged by conservation forces.
1:00 Service, 11 A. o'clock
: M.
u'1..' lIervtce, Morning Worship Sundays' __ U A. M. 8.00: o'clock a.p.m.m. Mr. and Mrs. Den Hall of were visitors to the Florida Farm cooperation with the U. S. Forest Aroused public opinion ,1s the i

S UO Mee In.. Service Evening 7:30: Worship P. M. 11 A. M. Fridays __ 8:00: P. M. Prayer Meeting Starke were visiting relatives Colony Saturday. Service. Based on estimated losses most needed weapon In combat-
"", .r P.M. : Sigma Chi 7:00: p. m. Holy Day ..l. A. M. Wednesday Night here Friday. In 11 ting these man-caused fires, for
,day, 500: Young People's 1.00 o'clock It. C. Smith left Saturday for southern states over a

ton PlenlelpIrnDlreclor a Leasrue Meetings Mr. and Mrs. S. R. Swindle Valdoata, Georgia where he will five-year period, the figures represent they can only be prevented by
r. 6:30: P. M. MISSION HALL visit his to curbing the careless fire user anddealing
business damage
(' GOSPEL TAB.Sponsored CHURCH OP CHRIST were to Starke brother. A J, Smith and young growth
firmly with
Prayer Me.tlnsWedn.ed.y. other relatives later he killed, loss of volume In the criminalfire
jobn 1imsn 7:30 PM. Sponsors: Saturday will visit grown
: by Harry PIckup setter. Sound economic
.ud" Deacons Mrs. F. IL Long, Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mra. Pastor Miss Virginia Padgett of Camp other points In Georgia trees, and damage to Improve demands that this policy

K l Organist J. T. Quigley J. T. Quigley. Bible Study 3 p. m. Imokalle spent the week-end with The New River Association con- ments. These figures include power be exert-
ed and
Ch.lrmanot Mis. E. K. Bible StudY, each Evang-elletlo Service that the brand of the
Tfaeleesl Perryman, Sermon and The relatives. vened with the only the value of timber as a raw
each Graham
As latant Organist Tues. evening 7:30: Friday and Sun- Lords Supper 4 Baptist woods burner be extinguished
0b Powell p. m.
.I.0. day product and do not reflect the
evening 7go
0b evry Sunday:! Mr. D. W. Moore was transact church Wednesday and Thursday,, The South cannot afford to let
,' ---- loss of wages, tax base, and
I -- -- --- -. -- ------ ing business in Gainesville Mon. October 11th and 12th. from profits the woods burner retard economic
II Jones METHODIST MISSION IIALL ANDTABKKNACLE day.Mr. The meeting was a great success "Farmers and I progress.
other landowners
with large crowds : .
: and Mrs Thornton Johns attending ----
e CHURCH NOTES and children of Hampton were from many sections of the state.A I 01 me South can in afford this I milt thh'COI''E.R opportunity

0 A lesson from the Old Testa visiting friends here Sunday aft basket dinner was served heavy loss In forest resources. Increased Only during the Rexatl I {

jenis/ On Here A large congregation assembled I ment featured the Bible Study at ernoon. both days. and markets the for wood products I Original One (lent Sale can you t

t Hereafter In the auditorium of the First: the Mission Hall last Tuesday Mrs. J. P. Dickinson was shop Rev. and Mrs. Bevena of Gainesville cash great need for additional ret two regular size package for

P Methodist Church on Sunday night. There were several visitors ping In Starke Saturday.Mr. attended church services crops on southern the price of one plus le. 200 barr --
farms make this
b "lie happiest days of my life morning for worship services The i from Lawtey present at the and Mrs. Albert Hardy and here Sunday night annual destruction -r gains to choose from. lie sure to

e : Then I had a modest Income service was conducted by the pastor service. Prayer Is asked for Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Shaw and son Revival services are being conducted a direct loss to the farmers'pocketbooks" get the big 4 page Male ahec 4big

n KBWd with my good wife in aRIM the Rev. Frank Robinson. those who are sick and unable to of Jacksonville were visiting Mrs. at the Baptist Church each Forester ,asserts Reglo n a 1 days, Wednesday Thursday, ,1
Joseph C. Kircher of
I with restful comfort. Now Rev. C. W. White, Executive, I come. Over sixty verses of Scrtp- Susie Hardy Sunday. evening by Evangelist E. V. Ves- U. S. Forest Service. the Friday &: Saturday, November I, Y
a -mansions. But
1 house Secretary for the Florida Methodist .,I ture were quoted. Mr. and Mrs. J. A, Milllken and tal. 2. 3 &: 4. At Carpenter'., Your q
t Ideal own. them. They own! Blame for this annual catastrophe Rexall Drug Store
r [ words were uttered by Children's Home, was pre I I Hezeklah, the good king of children of Ocala were visiting Rev. Vestal tells of his wonderful U directed largely at two. 00 .
"These sent and her parents Mr. and Mrs. A, L. d
preached and also Judah conversion
while In
p lei M. Schwab, who passed r e- was concerned about the Sullivan prison human sources. First, carelessness Calling Card Sale! 100 for 89e.
of presented the cause of the Orphanage spiritual condition of his king- Sunday. and how God saved him from with fire tprooree
recently at the age seven Mrs. R. E. Mundorff and little the forest Is Never this low before. Special {
11, In a most dom. He death twice from
acceptable man knew that the prosperity once the scaffol credited with
ven. nero The Interest son, John of BlowingRock, N. C., a heavy toll. Warm- reMtrables engr v I n g.
the Starke of the nation and the other by the electric
Schwab had what most men Church has up- were visiting Mrs. C. Sullivan Ing fires matches cigarettes and Many style to choose fronu. tAf
always been favorable on the peoples relation to the God chair. field
clearings are principally responsible Bradford County .
want, He had post Telegraph.Don't
(they toward Sunday.
i Orphanage and was of their fathers. They had gone The public. Is cordially Invitedto for these fires '
and what the
and money evidenced Miss Elsie Belle Geiger spent
anew at the into
close of Idolatry and sin. They had attend these services.
t dd I calls success. One of his this service by a substantial freewill forsaken the true altar and had the week-end In Starke with Miss However, the greatest menaceto PLAY With Malarial!
valued at three mll- June Hall. southern forests Is the irresponsible I
!II88 i offering being turned over worshipped the gods of their Malaria is one of the world' ''t '
\ dollars, He crossed the ocean .to the Secretary. heathen neighbors, But Hezeklah Mr and Mrs. W. M. Morrowwas SILVER: JUBILEE SPECIAL woods burner. Laboring really bad icourjrci. It Is nothing

two hundred times. But visiting Mrs. C. Sullivan One Cent Salo Value. Get M Ilex- under the delusion that woods to play with. If you have Malaria "
The prayed that God would his
orphanage, situated pardon
be has gone on to meet his on Monday.We all coupon which gives you S-SUc burning Is necessary to control Insects ao fomtthina about it. For over !

u His body sleeps the dream- Lake Monroe across from Sanford, people He destroyed the high are glad to report that Mrs. tulx* Kexall Milk Magnesia< Tooth find raise cattle, this offender ?0 years, Wintersmith's Tonic has .f I

h 4 deep of death cares for an average of 135 homeless places and the groves dedicatedto J. P. Sullivan, who has. been 111 I'uttte for only S9c. Coupon In. In follows an age old custom of been preferred by millions of w'
children, teaching them the false gods and had restoredthe people. Million of people can't bwrong.
home "
i for some time Is Improving stead big 4 page circular or nee' your "greening the woods. Often not r ,J,
not Get
iplness does depend upoa ute, educating them, and old worship of Jehovah. He a bottle tuJuy. and 11\
provid .
a landowner himself, he has little
Itcxall Drug Store. Just one of *.. for
I we have It depends* on ing for their hardly found enough priests who ily.Mrs. yourself. For your own I
Paul had little ofworld's physical and spiritual Lizzie Norton Is visiting I the big value on the 23l'h; / Annlteiiutry regard for the property of take-try Wlntersmith'a t tWINTERSMITH'S
t we are needs in a most commendable were fit for the temple service.
friends and relatives here this Silver Jubilee Itexull On 'others.
i goods. He was beat. manner. This service was So he demanded their cleansing.If .
especially -
and bruised! He spent muchtin interesting to those the nations of the world today week. I Ont Muleednemluy Thursday, Discouraging as this report may
.i of our Miss Ida Hagan and Mrs. Henry I Friday anil Saturday, Nutiimlier I seem, the results obtained through
But he
' a dismal dungeon. who were ruled over by men who could
young people last week made Hardy were business visitors to I. 2, S It". ('IUI l1t"r'Ia, Your I organized fire protection are Indeed TONIC i
j he bad learned, regardless of the trip to Enterprise and saw call the people back to the Bible
Starke Itexull Store.
Saturday. Drug The
surroundings, to be content. first hand the children of the orphanage and the True worship of God and encouraging.-- area ; ..tNo
V'e read In the Bible about the and the operation of the lead them all to the Savior, Jesus

are i of God' and about the "joy home. Christ, think what a revival

the> Lord The world has no The evening service I[would break out In every countryof
was conducted -
ce i to give us. Things cannot by the the globe. If our own nation ;,
pastor at which
There be was called by the one who rules to ;
abiding{ joy may time a congregation of wore' .pers I !* ?

femporary 'thrill" in human ac- assembled and enjoyed tae in- prayer and fasting most of our >E G1iT '

pllshment But the world is problems would be solved
formal evening service. The young ./
1 with battle and strife. Some- people composed the choir and Last Sunday and Friday nights 1. ; .

e.I i (there is a temporary lull In helped materially In the service services were held in the Taber ,, :

battle and for a momentre by their Ringing and their presence nacle. A good Bible message always -

| may come the feeling that rewards those who attend.

i battle is over and we mayo Next Friday and Sunday nights i
next Sunday morning the
i the thrill of peace. But the there will be services. All who d .
pastor will conduct the service
rId has no peace. Every mom. can are urged to attend. ef
and special instrumental and vocal
111) cessation of hostilities t
selections will be heard during !the ,
11II i that the reserves are being service. NEW'IUVEU Eb

fcught to the front. God help us Ity Mrs. F. A. Itonler
lue that this world of strife has1ping The evening service will be In baud p'k. 1'
charge of the Young People's Division Trasrporfetie. 1CNl n 'i ?
to offer in the of xeptionale9
way Those who attended the foot- E 'rA.
at which time the Young u
ce s or contentment.
i ball'game Friday night were: rirrrteb w
People of the Church will lead the Y '
EJeius said "A man-s life con. I Betty and Doris Crosby, Novls arrprerirs nuuheat Wolin. i '
entire service of worship. Specialmusical'
jtih: not In the abundance of and Cozette Sapp and Mr. and ,d to rhunge / / e.S' .
selections, vocal selectionsand uit
t things which he possesseth." Mrs. R. J. Turner and family B1'i '
II '
other features of the service h
i came that men might have Mrs. J. L. Johns made a business .
wilt be in the hands of the young I i
nd thai they might have it trip to Luke Butler Saturday /
All friends and{
I people. parents, ,
f abundantly, I have been In afternoon.
others Interested not only in the
home of the rich man and I Mr. M F Wiggins and Mrs. .t'I J
service but in the
j Ji'listened in vale for my foot Clara Mae Watson attended the (.. '
People and their efforts to Bervethe
fi on oriental rugs. I have funeral of Mrs. J. E. Mantes
church, are especially invited j
ked at beautiful pictures on I j Thursday afternoon.
to attend this evening service. The
ficent walls. I have gone' I Mrs O. E Crosby and family
time of the evening meeting will
| bis table laden with the lux- attended the wedding of Miss 194 i
\>e the new hour of 7:30: o'clock
IS" of his life. I have sat be-i Vera Lee Lewis and Mr. Woodrow -
his The! Prayer Meeting services of
plll gorgeous chandeliers on' Thomas. at the home of Mr. :
walls like bouquets of next Wednesday evening will be in and Mrs. E. C. Lewis Tuesday --
of the Woman's Society for -- -'
ailing crystal blazing from charge evening.Mr. .
Jimonds, and I have heard in Christian Service and will be led and Mrs. jo;. L. Crews and -.--

b t a home the sob of a brokenand by Mrs. A. Wood, This service children were among those attending '- .

have listened to theFT begins promptly at 7:30: o'clock to business In Starke Sat- ,asA, s-
of dashed and closes at 8 o'clock. Come and
hopes and faded urday. ,
pami. worship with us at this brief but We are glad to report that Mrs. tit

I have been to most worthwhile mid-week prayer Johns Is rapidly Improvingat
a poor man's Wesley

'..tage and walked on his bare meeting. her home here after a pro- Here's'[

11 and looked at his bare Immediately following this 1I longed Illness What

la I nave sat at his table prayer meeting the Young Mrs M. F Wiggins and Mrs.

ere scaicely the necessities of People's Division will assemble In 10. A. Sapp were business visitorsin :

[< Were found I have read I the Church School rooms for Jacksonville Tuesday. z .'

d'i Wnr. in a dim lamplight their regular monthly business Mr Bill Morgan of Lake City .'

d 1 then nave Joined the family meeting All officers and teachers was visiting Miss Vera Hutler

prayer>> (In such a home I and counselors of the Young Saturday. we were Shooting at .

,''Heard'd peace and contentment. I People's Division are requested to Miss Melba Moody was visiting

the story of redeeming ,. be present. In Lake Butler Sunday afternoon.

ue I saw tears of joy chasing On the fifth Sunday (October Vernell Moody made a business

other< down the cheeks of the 29th) the Rev. Dr. J. H. Daniel, trip to Jacksonville Saturday h1'',

".linn mother as she talked 'District Superintendent. will ME, they tell u., wasn't built in the whole range of new features go( hinting, about !speed, this eager

'Jut hther'a the goodness of God. I saw preach at the morning hour and HOATDRAINBy K a day. Well, neither was this there are some- 72 in all. baby can do forty-five in firuttThe

face light up with a .vill conduct the Second Quarterly Mr" Z. Z. Grlffls
""e I Buick burning the
have 1940 see
never seen on land Conference Immediately followingthe you ,

lea' I went away from this preaching service.A Miss Melba Prevatt of Oviedo breeze here. Rut you can't drive this car u mile sudden soaring, millrace

'*intent saying "Godliness with con- most cordial Invitation Is extended and sister. Mrs. L. O. Tyre of without knowing that you have got power of its matchless Dynalla.h'"

la great gain." to any In our community Florahome was visiting with their You'll understand why! when you hold of something that top any- straight-eight engine electricallyknow

BUS SCHEDULE not otherwise connected with a parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Pre- what w* were aiming for. We thing ever handled. balanced after assembly to microwantedtoeombineinonecarallthe -
North church to make our Church your vatt Sunday.Mrs. 1
1 Leave Starke Church. Come to our services Lem Rigdon Mrs. William poised perfection, is velocity

ID., 1:10:: p. m.: 2:43,: 3p-m-6:15 a. m., 12:3S:: and worship with/'us thereby do- RIgdon and children and Mrs. best we've learned in our 36 years It's smoother, steadier, firmer on smoothed. t to velvet.I '.

ID., 10:1:1: : both yourself and the Church Bolden and children of Jacksonville in this business.
p. m.South Ing will be welcome at were visiting Mrs. Z. Z. Grlf the line. It get up and goes right .

Lelve Bound ;jood. You Methodist Church.BETHEL fls Wednesday They were accompanied and keep going without Yes this beauty i i. our all- ime high
Starke the First \\'Vethinkwo'vegotitnow.Atand-
: 2:20: 10:20 .. d
j a. m., former'
1. the
*, home by wind -the we've been shooting at for 4
:20 wander, tailwag or -swerve. car
m. 5:20
"tilt : p. m. sister, Mrs. Ida Chase, who had out sparkling car with action power .

Leave Hound* to Tallahassee spent the last three weeks In and staying lor! these many year ,. I#

u1t.12:35 Starke: 5:35: p. m. arrive lly Mrs.Mrs D. D. Woodard : Jacksonville with them. power. It take. the roughest road in its t.
: .

for elty free pick-up p. m. service (with- Burt-Higginbotham of I', Mrs.guest Ida of Chase Mrs. Z.was Z. Griffin the weekend the- It would be hopeless to try to list stride, and while we don't want to Come drive it and you'll see why.

limits) phone Lacy Con- Starke and Mrs. Walter Starling .
7 .lent dinner guests I I 1 past weekend.Mr.

of of Mr Mrs.this D.section Jimmie D. Woodard were Woodard and Sunday.Mr. .was Harvey visiting Gainey here of last Jacksonville Wednesday REGISTER MOTOR CO. Starke, Florida ,

were dinner ]
Walter Starling Griffis. Z. Z. Griffis,
his sister Mr. C. A.
the home
ALL guests at S.! F. Griffin and son Pervls were

OCCASIONSDESIGNS at Wateroak Sunday. wonderful 1 business visitors In Gainesville Ml
have had a i
has been 3 Monday.
meeting at was visiting
Miss Bernice
and there
running three weeks. I I; at the home of Mrs. W. E.
several baptised.Mrs.
Also were
little C Green Sunday. ,
Wired to Albert Cllsson and -
I --
the : ,
AnybodyAnywhere son of East Palatka Mrs spent D. D. I WATCH for our BIG advertise- 4P4
week with her meat nest wwk telling all bout ) l

For AnyOccaalon Woodard and friends. the REX.tLL Z5 h ANNIVERSARY -
vUU- :
Miss Dorothy Glleso : ONE CENT: SALK. A .

I l >. D. WAL'lfWIUGDT leg Miss Sunday.visiting I r SILVER: JI-RILEF.: Carpenter's I I IVour :

i Phone in Miss Leroy Starling was I Kexall Drug Store. I .. __ ..Atla

I rI r--- Miss Gladys Lee Sunday.


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D. C. KINLAWIS FREE MEALS I I'. M ''NA .KMK> CIIICM,,*. Sworn t. nme
Three Killed In I"T r C
HON. i-rrr n..1cII'lItF.D HV. TIIWT this '
Bradford County Telegraph I Auto Accidents DEADD. TCXNEEDY PI i iI *(- :OP COX.KW'S:" ti OF A I.G..I'a..nL Oh(MICA'cult] ) coon lau A I",I r

. Established 1877" In Of Th Bradfirtf County Telegraph Mate of Plorii( kr,
C. Klnlaw 69. a retired naval Three wjhool cafeterias publlHhert weekly atSI ark.., Florida
(Continued from page one) serving free for October let, 1939.
the are ;
; and for past -
Published Weekly on Fridays and,, entered as Second Class stores operator school students ti'county State' of Florida Notice ,'\ ,19(1;l l>.
165 needy i I"
resident of Starke, to Bradford h
InTa.mpR. es I.
several a
his home County
night to years I Board ,, ,
Thursday ->
Florida of r ,
Office'at Starke otflciof "" 1
the Post
Matter a* stated .thisweek by Clerk of the Circuit
services were died"'at his home here Wednesday was Before me, a Uradford r ,, .
-- .. ., .. _c.- ._ _, .. .. and funeral night akrScSQ' o'clock. Cause of the Surplus Commodities D*.I Court In and, .for the State and cylve sealed""i"ll"" ? ,,,r
afternoon. ,
held Friday county aforesaid" personally appeared o'.lock
A ,
SUBSCRIPTION RATE of Dukes death was Bald to have been a partment, which is furnishing: Ii A. W. Anderson, Jr., who, 19311, for the 1\1 \i I_", ,l Ji,, -tar Van
Willie Harris 30 Jn.bt I been duly sworn according; 1 '
used Termite
the food having
of EXh-, .
Advance sustained cuts stroke last Saturday. portion and says that he the ".tll".'. iulut:\
Yearly $1.50; Six: Months 75c-Payable In (near Lake Butler) to law, depone. County ', m'" I
for this
cafeterias purpose. Busmen Manager of the Nrq \
services will be held l In the solution to h,
neck Funeral .It
and bruises and a Injury Bradford County Telegraph and Boitid. """ ';h.I \
Advertising Rates on Application believed not to be serious, Sun- this morning at 10:30: o'clock from The Bradford High ::.:nool caf1teIa that the following In., to the bent The right' i
Funeral In Starke Is serving 90"su | of his knowledge and belief a true any and .n
about 6 o'clock when the DeWItt C. Jones all bid I, to
g g gg**" ?* ? **" ?? ?- ? ? ? ? day morning statement ftt the ownership management _
'" '- the Ford V-8 sedan which he was Home Chapel, with Rev. A. E,. students, the Lawtey cafeteria 40)| eta:, of the aforesaid. pub- nmisxionern I tii)'' du,.." "I (
FLORIDA FUTURE FARMERS STAND HIGH of the Baptist and the Hampton school cafeteria lication for the date shown In the 'J" 1 I""
driving alone to Starke overturned Llghtfoot, pastor A I
above caption, required by the Act 1'h"h'..,
Young Florida farmers continue to hold high places in and struck an electric wire Church officiating. Pallbearerswill 35.:: It Is expected free lunch of August 14, 1912, embodied In section -
of DeLand,, will be served to ) 411. Postal LAW and Regulations IN: 1 TIIE IrlwTSll-r
the W. Green, '
In be N.
Farmers of pole on the sharp curve '1'11": (01 R'
Future the of
national achievements of the printed on reverse t'VI'1'En '
the Starke-State Farm road Just outside Edwin Torode, I.. F Dlnklns, E,. dents unable to furnish their owjjj) this form: to, wit "OI'Tln:"" 1111111 e'1't'rke: FOIt
America organization of more than 207,000 young men and N. D. In the near future as soon as the : That'the and addresses 'r orINrrTHE
an the city limits. The car was Lennon, Morgan Darby, I. name' MATThit:::1 fli t (\'.
and putting their Interment will certified list of that school la r* of the publisher, editor, managing; FRANK
vocational agriculture It Is believed Jr. HIIHI
who are studying badly damaged. Wainwright editor, and bualne. managers are: ':H1''AlUlA'
studies into practice on farms of their own. that Harris was driving too fast bo In Evergreen Cemetery In celved by the Welfare Department Publisher I'J't L. ,)platthewa, Starke NOTICE 0. FIIISTung !
the and Jacksonville at one o'clock this here. | FloridaEditor : :\
when he rounded curve i E: li. Matthews, Starke, CItEDI'.OtteETi
James Wayne Poucher, of Largo, has just won the pub- lost control of the car. After afternoon.Mr. Students who are furniahe Florida. flamed To the creditor. of" Iht

lie-speaking contest at the national Future Farmers of treatment by'a local physician he Kinlaw was born In Bladen- with hot, nourishing meals withy Starke Managing Florida TMItor: E.. L. Matthews" b'rank Notice bankruPt Ilf, hpl'ph ghr. Inn

and four other was sent home. boro, N. C., March 20, 1870. He out cost are not embarrassed bji! Business Muitafrer A W, Anderson duly adjudged Rambert, rarradin I ( h.
America convention at Kansas City young
\. survived by five children, Mrs. having the knowledge of their Jr., Starke. Florida petition filed ,a hif,1"1"
Mr and Mrs. Harmon :Morganof a. That the owner la: ,
Floridians-Eli Montgomery Read Jr., of Trenton; Warren of Jacksonville, known. Htarke day of October, 19] Ih
Brooker were slightly Injured ,Willa Shoemaker necessity generally Theyare E. I. Matthews Florida. first iud' Ih,,
William Edward Johnson of Gon- of Jacksonville John meal tickets S. That the, .known bondholders, Creditors meeting "r .. ,., '. lank' '
Clifford Wood, of Alachua; about 5 o'clock Sunday afternoonat J. E. Kinlaw furnished atomwith mortgageus 'Dnd' other security Will ti I, |"I| Ih ,
zalez ; and Robert Campbell, Jr., of Wauchula-havev been the junction of the Hampton I'Klnlaw of Augusta, Georgia, Mrs. those who purchase them by holder 'owning or holding 1 percent Court ty Court Roam HOUH.n, 'i"|,, Vlli""lt""l
of Total amount of
Loeb Duncan of Baton Rouge!, the homeroom teacher, and no or more on the 271 h \ Ti
"American Farmer" degree. Earl Haynes cut-off road and the Hampton to bonds, mortgages, or other securities at the ten
awarded F. J. Morrowof o'clock I n, i
Hampton Beach road. The Mor- Louisiana, and Mrs. student Is distinguished from an- are: which place 'or.no
worth, of Alachua was also an official Florida delegate to from Hampton and Miami. Two brothers also other by the food or service In None creditors may end'I' ,' th.
coming '
gans the two paragraphs. next ?mf'nt\\
4 That claims, ,
Klnlaw appoint .
survive N. B. and Ferny the Welfare
the cafeteria. Only
'the convention. en route to Brooker, began cross- above glvlng-the names of owners, a committee of ",-editor, 3
of Bladenboro, North Carolina. the homeroom teacher .stockholders and security holders amine the ,"
and Department bank
were I'i
the main highway '' >!
Only 166 boys in the entire country received the Amer- unaware ing of the approach of an- He was a member of the Bap- and the student knows food is stockholders If any contain and not security only the holdersas list. of such come other before. buine said ., U nay rod PI It

ican Farmer degree and the requirements which the winners other car in which Mrs. Pearl tist Church. being furnished as a humanitarian they appear upon the books of Dated at .iacksomllle meeting FI
the but also Incases where this Uth
company day of
had to meet are eloquent, testimony to their achievements, Laffitte of Jacksonville and two service. the stockholder or security holderappears Frank ,r O'loh.r Helm. I'
women companions were riding en VACANCIESIN The cafeterias In the comity: ;; dnon. the books of the company Refree. w, UunktUPlr
their future and the future of Florida agriculture so longas antrustee. or In any other 811 Uralutn )
route to Gainesville\ from Jack located in Hampton, Brooker,, flduolary-'rvlathm. the name of theperson Jacksonville nulldina
young men of this character are interested in it. sonville. The cars colided. and AIR CORPS Lawtey and Starke, are carried, or"1. corporation for whomsuch RlorldaUPSET
tru..tlttl"R acting Is given; also
They must have completed three years of high school vo- the Morgan car overturned three Sergeant Allen J. Gilbert In on as WPA projects with the NYA that''IV;."'.ald two paragraphs ACID-STOMAC:\

must actually be times. No one was seriously In- of the United States furnishing some of the labor.: contain '!It"tm..nt". embracing at- NEUTRALIZED QUIc
cational agriculture with high scholarship charge Army fiant full Knowledge! and belief a*
jured, although all sustained a Recruiting Office located in room Healthy lunches are served for to the circumstances and conditions You can get rid of those
launched in a successful farming enterprise embodying severe shaking-up and minor cuts Jack- as little as five cents and at evenso I under which stockholders and security ach agonies caused by acid
250, Post Office Building, holders who do not appear
modern methods and efficient bookkeeping, and must have and bruises. sonville, announced yesterday small a charge, they are self- I.upon the bonk of the company as gestlon by simply taking J
and activities. Each The fifth automobile accidentof supporting so far as food pur- trustees, hold stock and securitiesIn ful of Bisma-Rex In a glaj
been outstanding in school community that he has received instructionsto I f a capacity other than that of a
the series occurred near High- all qualified men that chases are Involved. ,bona fled 'owner; and this affiant water. It is delicious tasting
of in his high school accept
boy must have earned a minimum $500 has no rtaHon to believe that I
: any brings relief in 3
land yesterday (Thursday) desire enlistment for the army The Surplus Commodities De-r other person. attMorlatlon, or cor- minutes,
agricultural project and have that much invested in per- about 11 o'clock, when the air corps. partment announced that food' oration has any Interest. direct or a Jar of 50 doses today for'-

manent farming. 1937 Dodge occupied by Mr. and Applicants accepted for this as- commodities would be distributedto or Indirect other,securities In the said than stock an so, bonds.stated II, the Rexall Drug Sioreater's :

Last year Lester Toucher brother of the new public- Mrs. F. G. Llllle, an elderly signment will be sent to Barks- those certified every other Friday -, by "'m. | Drug Store In Starke

couple en route from New Yorkto dale Field, Louisiana, for per- and Saturday beginning Oc,
speaking champion....was named president of the national Clearwater for the Winter, manent station. They will be af- tober 20 and 21. Free clothingwill I

Future Farmer's organization and now six other young skidded on the smooth highway forded opportunity: to become be distributed in the futureto This Is Headquarters for

Florida farmers have demonstrated to the country the char- made slick by rain and turned trained as mechanics, radio opera- those certified on Sunday and :

over three times. The two people tors, radio technicians, photographers Monday of every other week beginning -I FLORENCE OIL HEATERS
acter of farming and farm youth in their home state. They I
sustained slight injuries, and were parachute riggers and October 23 and 24. :

and thousands of their fellow Future Farmers richly deserve given medical treatment by a numerous other specially trained Among the foodstuff on hand isj I ..

the thanks, congratulations and encouragement of every. local physician. The car was experts. lice, dried milk and grapefruit r CIRC. CABINET

Floridian. badly damaged. This Is the first time that such juice. A shipment of peaches Is' ?.s,. Portable Heaters on Terms
Funeral services for Odessa an .opportunity has been offeredto expected in the near future. Cloth- ? Low
-Tampa Daily Times Grlffta were held Sunday after- an onliftliteil number of am- ing stocks include sheets (emerg- t as

-0-- noon at 5 o'clock at Pine Grove bitious young 'men. Men enlistedfor ency orders only), chlldre '8 $13.95Radiant

THE DESIRED OBJECTIVE Cemetery with Earnest Grlffis of these air corps assignments clothing, and infants clothing.An .
ficiating. Interment in the cem- must have a high school educa- official id always present to
If principles outlined by Secretary of State Cordell Hull followed. The accident victim .
etery tion or ,Us equivalent of a joun- fill emergency orders which are
in his address before the National Foreign Trade conventionin was born in Union County neyman rating in a mechanical i Issued by the Welfare Department t Type asTerms Low on j

April 2, 1923 was not married trade. Further requirements are w
New York City were followed by the nations of the World, s
und had attended school to the s t
that they must be physically I
would be ended. Instead of adhering to the de- $29.95
wars noon
eighth grade. Survivors of the qualified, American citizens, unmarried SAVE almost half of what you

structive "practices of embargoes quotas exchange controls deceased are her mother, Mrs. without dependent, between usually upend for Drag Store

unreasonably high tariffs and other means of regi- Nellie Grlffis. of Duval County; the age of 18 and 35 years Items. Walt for the RexaU Original \v Hart Furniture Co.]

two brothers S. R., and James and of excelent) moral: character. One Cent Sale. Four big
trade he would substitute Starke Florida
menting and forcing foreign a ,
Amos Grlffis, of Starke; and two All should
interested( young men days! 250: bargain! and two for I'
program for the "promotion of the well-being of individualsand sister. Mrs. Laura Pollydena, of write or apply at the army recruiting the j>rlo<'- on one plus only Ic.IVeitnrwlay .

of nations for which a healthy functioning and expan- New Orleans, and Doris Grlffis / office at the above address Thursday, Friday &

sion of international commerce is an indispensable pre-re- of Starke. The deceased was a for th ,.necessary acceptance Saturday November 1, 2, S & 4.
member of the Methodist Church papers and Any additional Infor- At Ca'1tenter's'our Rexall Drug
quisite. and the DeWItt C. Jones Funeral mation which will be gladly fur- Store. ANNOUNCING. .

The suggested program may appear over-idealistic to I Home had charge of arrange; nished upon. request. The army' I

those who consider it superficially. A review of history and I ments. recruiting office will remain open' Half Price! Ivory plate The Opening of Starke's New
The other victim of Saturday from 8:00: o-'clock A. M., to 5:30 formal, 100 for 91 (

the causes of armed conflict, however will show that its night's accident Willie P. Young, o'clock P. M;., each week day and Included), usually 50 for $ .n-I Pool Room. All

basis is thoroughly sound ; that, its application would bring was a resident of Jacksonville, will be opened at any time by ap- Bradford County Telegraph.IV I Equipment
results for which the world has beenseeking since the be- where he operated a grocery pointment.
The Latest Us A Visit
store up until several months ago. fOIIIT OF Pay
ginning of civilization. rle was a World War veteran and TIIK MTK1: NTtTKH KOII "'
"OI'TII.n% lUITHM'T Of "" .
funeral services held Tuesday Il)\ lBANKItl IT(',". of
Almost every war that has been fought was caused by were IN THK HATTER OF 1":1 .and, Enjoy A Few Games
afternoon in Jacksonville. DIES SUDDENLYC.
economic and brought about by CURTIS/: MELVIN "
disarrangement controversy :
Interment was in Evergreen Cem- Bankrupt 'Clean
F. Rlgdon. 14, of this NOTICE OF FIRST MKETINO OK Sport.Sistrunk's.
the ambitions of one nation or a group of nations, to get etery. city CREDITORSTo I
and a foreman of the mainten-
the hand another nation of nations. The the creditors of the above
upper over or group named
ance division of the State Road bankrupt: I
World War of 1914-18 had its origin in the German mind R. W. McWAIN Department, dropped dead at his C'nillH Notice C. In Melvin hereby. has given been that duly said adjudged -r Pool Room

which envisioned world economic supremacy. The war that DIED SUNDAYRobert work Wednesday afternoon at a bankrupt on a petition ,
is now being fought in Europe was incubated in the same 1:30 o'clock, while superintending October by, 1939 on and the that Sth the day flrnt of Across the Street From Ritz Theatre
William McWain, 64, the repair of the Georgia Southern meetingof said bankrupt' creditors -
racial breeding ground, and has the same objective. Japan's died at his home two miles east fc Florida Railroad overpass Court will Itunm be of held the Bradford In the Circuit Coun Cyrus Sistrunk, Owner

invasion' China is an economic war. of Starke early Sunday morning on road 28 this side of Keystone ty Court House at Starke Florida,
after serious and Ill Heights, last on the 27th day of O'to'ber. 1939.
a Saturdayby
at ten clock In
Such wars are contests between the so-called "haves"and the forenoon, at 1 n
I an automobile wreck In which which place and time the said I

"have-nots." Germany and Japan are both manufacturing ness.Funeral services were held from two persons lost their lives. The claim creditor, appoint may attend a trustee prove appoint.. "I

nations. Their peoples sell their services through the St. Ma k's'Epl copal Church here cause of Mr. Rlgdon's death was committee bankrupt of creditors, examine
I I yesterday (Thursday) afternoonat said by the examining physician and transact such other
means of processing raw materials into machines and other business! a* may properly come before 1 ( feel like
3 o'clock with Rev. M. O'Sul- to have been a sudden heart at said meeting I = You can

articles, which may be useful, as tractors automobiles, plows! livan of Gainesville officiating. tack.The this Dated 14th day R t Jacksonville of October ,1939 Florida'
and other implements, or destructive, as big guns, armored Interment In Crosby Cemetery funeral services were held Frank J. Helnt ) millionaire-

tanks and the like. Their agricultural output is limited by i'ol lowed Immediately. Pallbearers yesterday (Thursday) at 2 o'clock all Hefree Iraham In Bankruptcy ItulldiiiK I a
were J. II. Courtmanch, John From the residence on North Jacksonville Florida It
the small land areas available for cultivation. Capo, John M. Seymour, Milton Cherry Street. Rev. Charles Allen Cause for $ ?

When the outlets for their manufactured products be- nrownlee, T. J. McIntyre and R. pastor of the First Presby- GOLDS L Discomfort ,.1' ,

come restricted by competition with other manufacturing F. Clark. terian Church of which the de- ai
Mr. McWaln *?as born April 9, ceased was a member, officiated, For quirk relict !i ,
like England and France there is a corresponding 666
nations 1S7A. In Hamilton County Ken and pallbearers were Tommy Wil from the miseryof .

effect on the standards or living among the affected indus- tucky, and came to Florida IS hams, P. :M.\. Barefoot, Earl Wade, grids.. take 666 .UO-THERbI'S seat '

trial workers. Sales of the finished goods fall off, prices years ago. He settled In Starke Lloyd Green. H. L. Brownlee. Liquid, TeNets Suite Nose I tional new Pow ii iirm ..'
after coming to Florida and he and Carl Johns. Interment was heater gives you f>*
are reduced, and imports of raw materials for processing are DropsFLORIDA mode*
was a retired streetcar operatorand In a Lake City Cemetery.The I = forced heat like a
lowered. The welfare of the workers bcomes impaired and farmer.He deceased was born September -I II I expensive basement fura*"

mass dissatisfaction and unrest are the inevitable results. Is survived by a daughter, 19, 1866 at Alma Georgia, ceiling heat d'/iII
It brings
Mrs. G. C. Kruse. of Lake Worth and came to Starke 2 THEATRE I dotal
Peoples who are thus forced into greater struggle for existence ; years ago. where need *
and by three sons A. B. Jaeger of as an employee of the State Road FLA. hoi*
are embittered when they see their neighbors through' Independence, Kentucky, J. J. Department. He was married In Program for the week beginning heat all through the .

competitive successes enjoy a higher standard of living and Jaeger of Dayton, Ohio and Wll- 1891 to Dianah Taylor, who survives October %0, 1939 warms chilly corners an;co Id

more of the comforts and pleasures of life. bert Jaeger of Covlngton. Kentucky him along with their six LAST TIMES fishes hot ceilings
; and by a sister Mrs. C. A. children: Joe Rigdon of Lake Loretta -, floors I IYou
the to out from under and tc Young David Nlven"ETERNALLY
Then comes urge "get Rust of Morning View. Kentucky; City Lee Rlgdon of St. Augus + get even,uniform ;:;;

overcome ,the successful competitors. The mass mind that and by one brother, Milton Mc- tine, Mrs Lewis Howell of Live YOURS" j jS.turd.y I to-ceiling comfort WI th yardTherm's

reaches this stage becomes a fertile field for the propagation Wain of Ashland Kentucky. Oak. Mrs. Corrie Hlllhouae of 1 new powerA .
Eleven grandchildren and two Gainesville, Mrs. J. W. Wilder of Double Only Sin fuelCll! nr -
of combative ideas and along come the war-mongers with FeatureProgram!
great-grandchildren also survive. Lake City, and Mia Annie Bell Edward G.
their proposals to start a march toward a promised land,and Funeral arrangements were In Rigdon of Starke. A sister Mrs Hussey Robinson In Ruth JUST TURN THE DIALI'

the, conflict soon begins. harge of Key-McCabe Funeral Annie Morgan of Lake City, also "BLACKMAIL"Conrad Get clean. silent, re.cuJarr::

Hull's has different Ills Home. lurvlvea. she IJf
Secretary program a objective. Veldtl In heat-and more BjO

idea is to promote the well-being of individuals and of nations modities answering their needs that will obviate future mis- "U BOAT 29" every drop of oil Bias with aaJ1Ie

through a healthy functioning and expansion of international understandings.It Therm's patented
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commerce. Through "enduring peace based on should not require master minds to formulate a pro- Mickey Rooney Judith Garland than **

international laws and morality and founded upon sound in- gram that will make"'It possible for the peoples of the various ;; new Cost no See more them today'
9ABCSIN ARMS" this heater.
ternational relations," he hopes to see the "human race con- nations to utilize their resources for purposes other than des- I Buy "

tinue to advance." truction. As Mr. Hull suggests "however grave have been Basil Rathbone Tuesday. &-Victor WodneiKliiv DUO-THEHWl P.S.En;y a-coalinl last
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His program is based on an unselfish, live-and-let-live the errors of the recent decades, however much suffering and I I"RIO" I on easy terms 1 -Air I

policy that should appeal to all peoples. It would be an admission destruction may lie ahead in the immediate future there is, I I

of weakness that docs not exist to say that the objective in all nations, sufficient strength of will and sufficient char- Thurs.. FrI., Oct. 26. 27 I I

sought is unattainable. By fair-minded and intelli- ity of vision to enable mankind to profit by the costly lessonsof Ann Southern-Franchot Tone DAVIS

gent treatment of the problem, peoples of the world shouldbe the past and to build upon a sounder foundation than "FAST AND In I I I QUIGLEY &

able to reach an understanding for the exchange of com- heretof ."-Tim -Union. FURIOUS" Starke Florida