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 27, 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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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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bushed (877 .'- ; we should quietly hear both tide. "-Goethe E. L. Matthews, Editor and Owner

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{NIVAL HERE CHANGES IN NEW ARMORY President Roosevelt has pro- I not be affected" materially. Th I I. RAISES MANYVALUATIONS

claimed November 23 as Thanksgiving I advantages of changing would be I

fK Day. Governor Cone has 'offset by the disadvantages." H*

HUNTING proclaimed November 30, the did not say ,what the disadvantages
> traditional date, as our Thanksgiving were' however.

day here In Florida Dr, W B, Parks, physiciansaid ,
-- The Telegraph sent out Its In- "Roosevelt's idea seems I

tf.T.X. Will Sponsor Bird Season Opens Plans To Entertain quiring reporter this week to ascertain rather insane to me. Thanksgiving Starke's Village May ( P

\Event At Bradford rti Here November Many Visitors the general feeling about has been> the same day for Be Reduced Five
the situation. Most persons In- 40 years and there is no logical
Park Oct. 31 20th Made terviewed favored Go v ern o r reason> why we should change the MillsThe

Cone's decision (If they favored date now" -

IDM Parent-Teachera Assoclaof -i' } A. A. Durden, Bradford Coun- The floor Is waxed, the flagsare either) to leave the date unchanged B. Jacobs, dry goods store operator City Council, meeting as aboard ( i

Bradford County high ty's Conservation Officer, called unfurled the colored lightsare rather than the President's"new stated: "I do not think It of equalisers at a special.

md l Is preparing to stag ,ItsL attention this week to the fact strung and everything Is In fangled" notion to step the would work (changing the traditional session in the municipal building

annual Hallowe'en Carnival that regular hunting season opens readiness at Bradford County'snew time-honored day up a week> The date), In hard times Tuesday night, drastically overhauled Y'' ,

J Bradford Park the new B. H November 20 and pointed out $27,000 armory for the of- PiesUlenta 'Idea was to more people will not buy until (he last many real estate. and personal y !k

|ihetle) field here Hallowe'en, several changes In hunting regulations ficial opening and tiedicatIon festivities evenly space holidays and to give week, anyway. This plan will not property valuations in the :

lay afternoon and night. affecting the county today which are expected more shopping time between stimulate business to any degree" city, doubling many, treblingsome irr ,

[festivities and merry-making 'The most Important change," to attract the largest throng of Thanksgiving and Christmas. Fiances Peek secretary In the and, In one case, increasinga I

i get under way with a glgan- he said, "la the regulation of visitors ever to. attend a si rail la r This controversy will be pleasant Board of Public Instruction office, personal property valuation 833 b

[parade through the streets of hunting days In the county by a event here.Membeis. for post office employees, as gave us a secretarial point of percent. A ray of hope for thosrt I (.

it e Tuesday afternoon beginat special act of the legislature en- of Headquarters Company they will observe> the day set view: "I think it should be left whose valuations were Increased I lu

3 o'clock Chief features acted upon the request of the for whom the fine new aside by the President. If most as It Is. People are going to do lies In the fact that In all probability -, i

fju! parade will be a "Stern- I County Commissioners. Hunting building was constructed, have business houses In Starke (and their shopping in 5 days If they the city millage will be. sf-

; Special and added attrac- Lt T T. Long, who, as commanding is lawful only on Mondays, Wednesdays worked overtime this week putting Florida) observe Thanksgiving have that much time, or (In four reduced between three and five

iwlll be a band, masquerad- officer of Headquarters and Fridays, and is I every detail in order, down Day as' proclaimed by the Governor days, or In whatever time they mills this year' according to Qarl,) (

ftwmbers of the student body; Company, 2nd Batalllon, 124th In- strictly against the law on another y to the last pair of dungaree In they will observe this also have. It makes no difference In Johns City Clerk, Should full I

I Bradford high school, and fantry, Issues a cordial invitationto day. This rule will be, the huge supply room. :Many All the rest of us, though will get the length of time for shopping" five mill reduction be effected, I

i of the safety patrol. : the general public to attend rigidly enforced. Unfortunately, visitors will be greatly Interested only one day off, November 30, John Godwin, of Canova's Phar- the general tax levy would be 19>'

AD 1 through the afternoon andst'of the series: of festivities markingthe because of this law, there can be, In the remarkable display of the 'Governor' choice. macy, spoke for the soda jerker: mills this year as against 20 mills .

the night the Carnival I' official opening of the new no hunting In the county on World War relics that has been Now to see how most everybodyfeels "It makes no difference-we haveto formerly, and homesteads would n ".

Brtin "full blast." The "black- armory here today Thanksgiving Day, but in our arranged in the main entranced about Thanksgiving Day's work anyway" escape with only an 8 mill levy :

i witch-and-broom, pumpkin- neighboring counties, Clay an hall. With a new war raging In date. We called on a number of Leonard Klnchen, Godwin' as against 13: mills last'year. '

Je' aspect will show forth In Union, it will be pcrmisiable to Europe, these exhibits take on persons In all walks of life (suchas fountain partner, was more defi- For the past three weeks the

iooit glamourous manner after GAME PRESERVEOF hunt November 30. added significance and include can be found in Starke) and nite: "I see no reason why the City Clerk has been busily en'r

Mall when the powerful flood- "Another change worthy of such items as a German sniper's asked them "Do you think date should be changed from the gaged: : In returning to the tax roll

|u illuminate Bradford Park. Kite affecting the general hunt- helmet, German and French hand- Thanksgiving should be celebrated 30 to tbe 23. I would rather keep thousands of dollars worth of real i

him* tellers Including Mrs. 40,000 ACRES Ing season, is the closing date. gernades, a French .73 shell usedIn November 23 In accordance with the date the same because It's the estate within the city limits delinquent & ,

i Adams, who needs no In- The season will close February 1 the Battle of Verdun, a Ger President Roosevelt's proclamation custom." taxes on which were i,
liwilon'If In this vicinity, will instead of February 13.:: man rifle, and a French gas mask or on November 30 in ac- C. D. (Jack) Edwards, a local paid under the City's "20-cents-

k the palms and Interpret IS PROPOSED Duu den pointed out that duck Modern equipment, representingthe .ordance with Governor Cone's filling station opeiator said) on-lhe-dollur" compromise that

jfutuie upon, : games, contests, sales, season opens November 13:: thla last word in what the well- proclamation? Why?" "There would be no gain financially expired October I, It was estl- 4 i{

rttnts, concessions, and year. This change from Novem- dressed soldier- will ,wear Is also Col. D. E. Knight gave us the People spend the same mated that property evaluated at

will ber 20 may be credited to the on display.One lawyers' viewpoint: "I do not amount of money anyhow no matter over a quarter of a million dollars I
railing figures surd Club
the thronging thrlll-eeek- Sportsmen's County Commissioners, who pass- of the most .Interesting exhibits think It would make much dlf-I I how much buying time they returned to the tax roll this I fib

loaevery side, all eating, play- Backing New ed a resolution during their meet- is a diorama, arranged by t'erence," he laid "Buying would, (Continued on page eight) year, and final figures relative to n

[Joking, enjoying themselves., Move ing October 2 opening the season the local guardsmen, representinga the exact amount of property returned
u.i the 15, in accordance with the complete "command post" In to the roll and the amount ,
d I the whole objective of the NEW REA LINE
Federal duck of delinquent taxes collected a
season. miniature and INSTRUMENTSFOR under
graphically Illustrating -
'.A., Is to raise funds to purse The Bradford County Sportsmen's -
All hunters must have a county the actual positions of the ALMOST READYOver the compromise are not yet c
se C -Victor sound mo- Club will meet In the court- "
hunting license to hunt in their men In the various departmentsof available. !
|picture equipment and In- room.T'tesdaynlght beginning at resident counties, or a state lic- Headquarters Company whileIn PAST MONTH two-thirds of a 25-mile The Council will meet again

audlo-vlsual education inJIord 8 o'clocit.;' A.:. 'Ac'Dutden. Game ense to hunt in any others. A the field.Today's r long Rural Electrification line extending -! Wednesday night to set the actual -
school which -wili I
high duck from the from Brooker to New I )
|lie Association In the n lih- : Conservation Officer for this poatofflce must be affixed to the festivities' wUl begin ARE LISTED River and looping back to a point I November mllluge 14 and to will hear meet complaint again p
with "open house" at the
I of $500.agent announced armory
,county, yesterday license hunt this near Hellbronn Springs was com-
regular to game. from 4:30: this afternoon until from owners and agents of prop-
i of the company sell- Charles Darby, President of the Duck stamps ,cost $1, county licenses 7:30 tonight. this pleted this week, T. K, McClane,, erty as. to the valuations fixed '
|the equipment will be present club will preside over the meeting cost 11.23 and a state license guardsmen In Daring uniform, will period be Land' Transfers County Agent, stated yesterday. Tuesday night
wi',n, will ,set up tbe'proor tai coats $:::1.60. on The line was staked out last August I
[ Is called mainly discuss hand to conduct visitors throughthe Fewer Than The Council, as a board of I
r and sound system In the B. The fur bearing animal season and McClane said the"line
plans for setting aside; a building and to explain the equalizers Tuesday night, raised I
auditorium, and regular opens December 1 and closes on UsualWe would probably be ready to car-
Urt shows will be shown and .game preserve in this county, March 1 all over the state. The various activities of Headquarters ry the electrical energy within the total valuation on sixteen parcels ,\I<
Company Refreshmentswill > of real estate from $31,100.00to
..Ion charged. Three corn- probably to be about 40,000 acres resident county license to take fur print here the list of deeds. another three weeks. The line Is 't'
be served this
during time. $43D 0.00, an Increase of $12,-
stows, cartoonlee the license part of the Clay Electric Cooperative '
including in extent. bearing animals la $3;
filed In the office of the Clerk of 850.00. The largest single Increase .'
From 7:30 until 9:30
will be to take : everyone Association, Incorporated, r.
projected; .one Officers and members of the for a resident of Florida I
Is to attend the Circuit Court during the pant was In the real estate valuation -
expected the football ,
tog at 4 o'clock P. M., gnat club are anxious to have this fur bearing animals In any one system, with headquarters at
7 game at Bradford Park where B. month, 15 through. : of the Florida Bank at qJ. s
September "
o'clock; and a final and after a two or Florida county other than his Keystone Heights, where the
i beginning at 9 o'clock P. M. three game preserve closed season, hunt own Is $10; an all-state license toa H. S. will take the field in whatIs August 15. All deeds are to landin generating plant Is located Starke property from $3,000.00 to' t
year expected to be a thrilling game Bradford County and exact de $7,30000. ;.j :
one-half of it alternately each Florida resident In $25. For an "Several houses along the new
TEACHERSSTAY year, thus Insuring a continuousand I out-of-state hunter the license fee with Reddlck. scriptlons and locations of the route are already wired" the Most of the Increases came In r ',

plentiful supply of game. Is $100. Activities will be resumed In I II properly may be obtained by callIng County Agent said "and 13 other the personal property realm i.

HOME Durden stated that turkey and a Bag limits are the same as last the armory at 9:30"fr'clock: witha at the courthouse and inspecting home-owners have submitted their where the total valuation of the

I4ford new variety of guinea would prob- year Durden said, and all other I reception for distinguished the county record books, houses ,for a group wiring bid" personal property of 20 persons ;11 t '

attend County teachers did ably be released in the area to hunting laws are the same He visitors and all other guests who which are open to the public at The low bid for the 13 houses and concerns was raised from q ,.

I nil l for the regular district propagate, along with the native reminds. hunters that the licenses wish to come at this time. all times. The year unless otherwise was made by F. H. Thompson of only $24,88000 to $61,984.00 an .

Educational members of the Flor- animals there. must be carried on their person At 10 o'clock the most gala specified Is 1939. arlton Beach, and was $3 per Increase of $37,104.00 The largest 1'it ,

Association in The 40,000 area wanted Is at all times while hunting event of the day, the dance In the Land transactions were slow In outlet with a minimum of 8 out- single Increase her was the :

\jWllte taitructors last Saturday. The approximately acre as follows: beginning "While the season will be- much huge ball room, occupying the en- the past month, and the list la lets per house. Two story houses valuation of the Seaboard AirLine ',I ,

were the only Lake shorter, It will give the hunter a: tire second floor of the armory, much smaller than Is usual. are $5 extra and an Inspectiontee Railroad track valuation and
P to Cemeteryand
I IMtructed miss the sessions and at Crosby Road 28 towards I better season and Insure future I will get under way. Music will Rosa Stanley, widow, of Brad. of $2.50:: Is charged for all pro rate rolling stock from $11.-

[bltc Instruction by Superintendent Lake paralleling Butler to the point where ones" Durden said. "Prospectsfor be supplied by Carl Roberts and ford County, to Marcus F, Drown houses. All wiring jobs will be 778.00 to $26,734.00, an Increase

: A. J. Grlf- road branches off a good season are excellent as his orchestra from Lake City and Florence B. Brown, husbandand guaranteed for one year against of $14,906.00. The largest percentage
stay at the New River
home because of
Wed the northern there is plenty of game in evid- Seldom has such advance Interest wife, of Starke. Deed to 30 defective material and workman was In the valuation
from the highway as
I that had case of Infantile paraI south along this roadto ence. I appreciate the interest been created locally as has acres In Bradford County made ship. Special rates will be mddeto of the Florida Bank at
discovered In boundary Starke II
wveralty the Georgia Southern and and support of the people of been manifested in todays eventsat September 8 and filed September those desiring less than eight personal property from
City. the $1,200.00 to 10000.00, an Increase
Bradford County in observing 9. outlets Others who have signedup >
the western the new armory, of which the >
< Railroad as
j"tty Gaddum seven-year-old Florida laws in the past and I earnestly to make wlrln.arran&ements of 833 percent, All the '
FW of boundary parallel with the rail- entire community is proud and Charles Brown, a widower, of are expected Increase
a In valuation will be :
University profesCM for this continued coopers.tion
: aa the plead It is expected that National Bradford, to J. K Douglas and soon.CHILDREN.
road east to Sampson City found
| down with the uraaroru on page eight of this issue
... disease and north so we can make Guardsmen will be host not onlyto L. R. Water* of Bradford. Deed .- --
B 1 weeK and P. K. Yonge southern boundary a better place In which to of the Telegraph In a. legal advertisement tin
wee closed The school along an Imaginary line to the County I thousands from thto county, to 40 acres In Bradford made GET ( of same
but to distinguished visit- 19 and filed
the as the eastern many September September
exception of the second beginning point All ownersof The Conservation Officer re- ors from other cities and surrounding FREE MEALS The Increases are In most cases, ,,
f re-opened side of the preserve. talk to the studentsand 19.T not drastic
Monday s*
Betty cently made a as they seem because -
IQ the the property Involved have already towns.PECAN B. Carnellnen and wife, Mollie -
second grade class. teachers of the Lawtey JunIor of the almost certain decrease -
td pledged their cooperationand Carnellsen, of Bradford to T. Last week SO needy students at-
the lines In
Was received High School along millage. The followingtable
here late
support. SEASON H. Hill and wife, Dessie Hill, of tending the Brooker Junior High 11
J afternoon of the In- of wildlife and wildlife conservation shows the old rate of taxes
paralysis case and local All members of the club, their hunting, etc.. upon Invitation OPENS HERE Bradford. Deed to (land In Brad. School were certified to receive per $100 valuation, the possibly ,' '
I ford made September 20 and filed free lunches from the school'sc.feterla
friends and else much Interest new rat. t
Minorities Immediately anyone and found and the possible saving :
the> trip for Starke teach- sports, game and game conservation manifested. He states he will be Bradford County's pecan harvest September 23 and this was made possible :

a group of Glee Club are urged to attend this glad to talk to the various schools started this week and sales of the A. J. Thomas and wife, Eva through the cooperation of General
Mae Thomas, of Bradford to T. the school P.-T. A.. W. P. A.,
meeting. these
People, who were to Important and organizations along brown nuts began Wednesday at Mills Taxes per $100
that I Is T. Long and Myrwin. Long of N. T, A., the Welfare Depart-
numbers. It was felt lines wherever the opportunity the State Farmers Market here.J. of valuation r 1
Starke. Lot 10 of Block 16, ment and the Surplus Commodlties : 4
es ary risk should be 14 TONS APPLES presented. L. Gentry Manager of the I 20 (last yr.) $200
with the welfare of the Market, said yesterday ,that Temple' Addition to Starke. Department. 13: (this yr.) U.eninl' (
I children in this vicinity GIVEN AWAY CHANGE DEATHCERTIFICATES around 4,000 pounds had been Deed made September 23 and fli- This makes a total of 250 needy I
are ed September 23. students In Bradford '
It sold at the market Wednesdayand County receiving
$100 .
was decided per $ .30Homentead
to retie of
Instructors Ovid G. Lewis, supervisor Thursday for price anywhere M. G. Longford and his wife, free, hot, nourishing .;' ,
here to I ?
sty POll8lble pro-,. the Surplus Commodities Department from seven and one-half Lota B. Langford. of Union County lunches by the joint action of the
"1* the disease danger **r in Bradford. Union and Social Security numbers are, cent to sixteen cents per pound, to Alma E. Slstrunk of Brad-i several agencies Labor Is furnished Mills Taxeper$100: ,

to this Baker Counties, announced yesterday required on the new forms of depending upon the variety and I ford. Deed to 5 acres In Bradford by the N. Y. A, and W p of valuation

--... < that fourteen tons of fresh death certificate that went into grade. County mad September 25 and A. food 1. furnished by the Bar 13 (last yr.) $1.30'a 1
would be distributed In ue Sunday all over plus Commodities Department, ( yr.) .80 t
apples compulsory Pecan buyers will bon. the filed September 23.
CEMETERY these counties to certified clients the state, C. A. FUtch local registrar th* Welfare Department approve f
market 'platform every day except John J. Rlgdoa. and !his wife, Saving- $100 $ JO
next few weeks. Six births and deaths said the and the school and per
within the of recipients,
NTRIBUTIONS I Sunday for at least 80 day. Aatesw' Rlgdoa. of 8urk to Lacy .
ton of the fruit have already yesterday. "I have received a I P.-T. A. assist In many. other
Gentry said, between the hour of D. Rlgdon. of Starke. Deed to
eauuibutions. oar from far- been received. supply of the new forms b* 8:30 &clk eft''' A. M. and S o'clockP. SO acre b* Bradford County mad wsy. Special Service
If.a1fa.l1, this In Bradford will be added. Because of Harry Pickup, pastor of the
week bronght Distribution M. March 17. 1933 and filed October many new ease
amount donated to the I made only from the Commodltle Mr. Futch explained that the 7. 1939. 'this month, food ran short In some University Avenue Church of
lake Starke and Is but one of Christ. Gainesville, and Pastor of ,
!Cemetery Fencing Warehouse In North new requirement Births Vema J. Demorest and husband, of the cafeterias, but this ha
to made la the Stark
an of Christ
.288.:10.: containers. several changes being congregation -
been remedied and will
bring Dot
Work on the clients must F. Demorest of Stark to The occur
Mr. and Mr*. Lacy Norman, R. ,
Social Security will hold
the assist the special ser-
however, hi still tal- About 20 pounds will be given effort to Board of PubUc Instruction of gain, officials said. The cafeterias -
Highland, boy October 8. vices here .
proofof afternoon
because Distribution Board In obtaining prompt Sunday at 4
the : operating are in Stark,
fence line Is average Mr. and Mr*. Hampton Lee Bradford County Florida, and Its ,o'clock
of In the American ,,
eyed, except Sun- death In the case personaholding and Legion 'r
which day Hampton Brooker Lawtey.
must be done days are every successor la office. Deed to 1
October 7. ,
fence other foods social security account Klckok. Ralford. boy Building on West Call Street. The
Posts can be day on apples. For acre In Bradford County made October '
It I. pur- other numbers. U families of deceased Mr. and Mrs. Harry Main Howard many who have had an opportunity
boped by the distribution days are every 7 flied October New BarberC.
to >lave> com Saturday, and the: social security account holders expect Doctor's Inlet, boy. October r to hear this outstanding +
this done nextal1trtbutions Friday and here are i prompt payment of claims 9. Bessie Andreu a widow, of E. Mot*, formerly of Gainesville speaker will want to hear him

next distribution days they must make certain the number Mr. and MR. William Loran Lake County to C. L. :May of has accepted a position in again and everyone 1* cordially

come from November 3 and 4. of the account Is given on the Howard. Brooker girl October Bradford County. Deed to Lots the Three Friend Barber Shop, invited to come and hear this lesson

ry, Harris, Honolulu. Clothing is given out here on death certificate. This Is the first 14.Mr. ,,5. S and 7 of Block 13 In Hemp-i I owned by W B. Mundy, Mr. that will b* presented In an

on,, Brocktonest 1 R. Monday and Tuesdays every being change made In death certificates and Mrs. English Hudson ton except a portion of Lot 5. '' Mote specializes in ladle haircuts Interesting and instructive manner g,

.. other November week the 6 nearest and 7. days during the past tea years. Carter, Lawtey boy. October 22. (Continued on page eight) f I .. .. .I 1 A.,


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Whoever said that spoke a vital truth DAY. MOST OF THEM, WE'RE PROUD TO
Whether you do your fighting on a Battlefield SAY WILL BEAR THE TAG OF THE
or in a Swivel Chair, you are only as i CLAR-JEAN SHOP, WHERE THE SMARTEST
efficient as the energy you derive from the CREATIONS OF THE WORLD'S FORF:-
food you eat. That is why low quality foods MOST DESIGNERS ARE GATHERED ToGETHER +;.
are not a bargain at any price. And that: is FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE
why high quality foods are worth the difference -
even if they cost a few cents more. You Must Look Your Best Today!
Whether you are a National Guardsman or I,r Here's How We Can Help I You:
not, the battles you wage with the problems
of ordinary existence require energy and Evening Handkerchiefs Evening ell -
stamina. When you buy food, why not buy \ Evening Dresses Costume Je\v>!rr. \
the best? ..




Congratulations .


The Shell Place Your Dining WE KNOW THAT
Room And Recreation Head- 'iJ MAN AND WOMAN IN T} RWILL
We'll Be


Western Auto Associate Store
Sam Alvarez, Mgr.ATJENSHUN.
V. S. ST. JOHN, Owners
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NATIONAL GUARDSMEN Of Course; The Days of Knighthood Are Gone Forever, NEED SPRINGS
But The Figure of Knighthood, On Its Fiery Steed Is Still
Ask One of Our National Guardsmen, He Can Tell
YES, GIVE US YOUR UNDIVIDED AT- The Symbol of Gallantry and Protection-Qualities You Why. He'll Tell You That After A Hard Day
TENTION COUNTYEO WHOLE OF Which We Find Today In The Modern Counterpart of In The Field A Canvas Cot Feels As Good As The
BRADFORD HEARTIEST CONGRATULAe IN OFFERING Knights of Old-Our Efficient National 1 Guardsmen.Finest Inner-Spring Mattress.UNFORTUNATELY.

TIONS UPON THIS MEMORABLE OCCASION They Constitute Our First Line of Defense And All of

-THE DEDICATION OF THISMAGNFICIENT Us, Resting More Securely 1 I In Our Homes At Night, Are ,
ARMORY THAT YOU We don't all lead the active lives of soldiers
HAVE DREAMED OF, AND WORKED Indebted To The Protection Afforded By These Men In therefore we must have a little more comfort
FOR FOR YEARS. IT IS A GREAT Khaki. in order to sleep well at night. That is why
DAY. WE REJOICE WITH YOU AND Denmark's makes an extra effort to supply
WANT YOU TO KNOW WE ARE PROUD WE CONGRATULATE the demands for luxurious Mattresses and
OF THE BUILDING, BUT PROUDER Springs at reasonable prices. Why not enjoy
STILL OF THE MEN WHO WILL OC- the best when comfort. is so cheap?
CUPY IT. The Men of Headquarters Company Upon This The

A. J. THOMAS Most Auspicious! Occasion In Their Lives-The DedicaDenmark Furniture ,Company
tion of Their Splendid New Armory. It Is A Fine Home

For A Fine Company-A Fitting Tribute To The Effici-

ency That Has Caused Our Company To Be Recognized
The A & P Store As One of The Most Outstanding Ones In The Florida CONGRATULATIONS I S

And Its Personnel National Guard.

To The Men ofHeadquarters

Acclamation On Your New Armory

That Is Being Bestowed A Fine Armory
We Hope You
A Great Company
i Upon Compliments
Will Continue To Come
That's a combination that's
Headquarters Company sure to win, and one that To The Orange Blossom Cafe
everybody in Bradford Co.
On This Happy OccasionA&PSTORE ran well be proud of. We 0 f When You Want A Good
join in the hearty con-
gratulations that are being Substantial Meal
extended to Headquarters JUNIUS MONROE
Company today.



S. E. Sparks Owner


The Value of Good Hardware r

They know that an Army Rifile, to be dependable OUR HAT IS OFF Congratulations We Invite
must be made of the finest materials ob-
tainable, and that the same thing is true of TO THE MEN OF
shovels, axes and other implements used not HEADQUARTERSCOMPANY New Pool I Room Your;;
only in war, but in peace time as well. That is COMPANYAND
why so many members of Headquarters Com
Home FromHome"
pany are among our regular customers. They THE AND EVERYONE Away
appreciate quality, and they know where to FINE NEW ARMORY CONNECTED WITH
find it.Heartiest.
Congratulations On The WE'RE PROUD Bring Your Friends and Enjoy A Few
A Good Company Deserves
I New Armory OF THEM BOTH A Good Home Games of Clean SportSistrunk's


J. B. Carlisle
I J. B. SAPP Canova Pharmacy
1 Cyrus Sistrunk, Owner

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Qayle ,
v} 'h' L. }I. Harper NIGHT TRIP HALTED I 19 TO 7 FRIDAY

ai Jlto Frank Roblnaon week It is with great Another glorious week-end hab Come on, you history students

rap Loral Arch Bennett Thomaa Event'! To Be Larger pleasure we review the 1939 sen- done gone and here us Is backat and show. your teachers you know OVER JENNINGS

I Cur{ llnabeth Plummer Than EverBefore ior class and what each member de usual grind. Sub-Sivtlonal Teachers your history. Prove you aren't -

'rtara'. Mae Harley Is doing out in the world. :Meeting Culled
for doing nothing. 11. II. !S. Iteddlrk
getting grades flays
ffcM,, L. M. QalneuHpor So many things had done happened Off Also
II NewS A. Z. Adklnsr Jr.-President ol I though 'till I would like to See how well Informed you are Here Tonight At

IEle.I.d!) erY Killingaworthplerlul To most of Bradford's citizensIt's I the '39 seniors, is attending the ask de following questions: Does Hundreds of-musical in recognizing the following historical 7:30: } 1
11'11 l er. not news than Tuesday night,, Citadel in Charleston, S C. Best L. A. or Ralph love Mural? Is events: -

October 31, Bradford Park will be wishes, A. Z.! disappointed the other day The Bradford team went out
Barry, Everett a perfect Romeo? Is Riv- 1. In February, 1898, and! event

,r1 Yee'ewejteltyOeOEr'een,and Lou I." lighted, but not for the usual I John Chalker-Voted the laziestIn ers' true love in California? Why when they received news that the which started a new chapter in with tfvery different attitude last

I Stirn, jackteitaltetin, reason. Those who venture out the senior class, is attending Is everybody done calling Eliza- trip they were to take to Gainesville American History in Havana Harbor. Friday night and defeated a hard { t

one it that night will not the the Citadel in fighting but light team from Jen- "
see Charleston, S. C. beth "Judge" 7 Could it be Perry- \ last Saturday, to sing for .

Starke gridiron eleven in action, Ernest man? Does L. H. write nings 19-7
Dowling, Jr-Is con- poetry or the sectional teachers' meeting 2. A dam crashed In 1889 and
EDITORIALJOUTICIZE but will see and participate In the nected with the buying and sell- play dolls for a pastime? What 2209 persons lost their lives in a The boys saw they had to turn

event which will represent the Ing of horses and cattle, here iu was the matter on Friday de I was suddenly called off. Music thriving Pennsylvania town. In a different performance than

WITH CARE productive efforts of the capable I Starke. 13th? teachers throughout the district the one they gave against Bun-
( ; 3. A shot was fired In Wash-

jsace about twelve years ago, P.-T. A.: their third carnival. Elaine Edwards-Is employed at And! now for some of dat sound j were puzzled, but knew there must ington In 186S.: and a great career, nell; therefore they went to workat

BTtdford published in the now posted on carnival low- town, and she is making a huge I II -fall !in love with J. A.-she action. There was. In the P. K 4. A fidgety cow In n Chicago had piled up a score of 19-0 at ,
r.al I has been down, and it won't take I Isn't the half. Everyone was out i
: a com- |I success! fickle-and is she cute! Young Laboratory School in barn In 1871
and one day was prob-
ord County Telegraph pass for a passing stranger to Mary. Edwards-attended Jones' Can't blame you kid! Gainesville!, a seven-year-old sec- ably responsible for a damage there fighting; not for themselves

,etc i over a dozen different find his way to it, for no quiet Business College in Jacksonville De Senior English classes reallygo onu grader, was stricken last totaling $196,000,000. but for the team.

come and go. Since Its scene will be this one No Bradford during the summer, and now she in for spelling matches. in a week with Infantile Paralysis, and 5. Terror San Franciscoone Jennings made their only score
be credited farmer ever grew the cain has an interesting job in the big great big way! because' Gainesville officials could swept in the last part of the fourth
whIch may 452
day In April, 1906, as
ng, that will be raised that night. Fascinating take no chances, the entire sec- quarter. The boys from Jenningsput I
of the editors of city.Clara Think everyone 'round de campus lives were 10-':.
j,generosity interesting things, which Flume-It still around. I is going in for number 02 tu ond grade was quaranteened, and up a stiff fight Their score

(telegraph for those years. It turn up In town but seldom, will We enjoy seeing her up here at all entertainment for the twodayteachers' Answers to the above may be resulted from a pass, long end.
I a great big Dat happens to
Ibeen alternately good and remind all that this Is, Indeed, no school so often. Is Brooker still I be one of way.favorite numberstoo. meeting called off. found. elsewhere on this page. run, a penalty, then a line play. S'
my _.
Sensible s and foolish. Each every day happening. on her mind? Yes. I Last Friday, which was to have : -- Coach Whittemore had enough PL

Editor has had his People are human, and no less I Jewett Fogg-Is a freshman at been a holiday for students only Meet Our SeniorsLORAL backfield men so that he could
Dey "time and tide" wait
yet has seen times when thetniai so are those of this county in their the University of Florida this I say turned out to be one for teachers substitute freely during the game.
credit I for no man-Better grab de good
r anything but a Leslie to have a good time. If year. also, for, at the last minute, Sup- CHARLOTTE BENNETT\ Tonight a strong team from ,

[IB; then again, times when they join others who decide to sat- I Vann Futch-has actually turn- time chillun. erintendent A, J. Grlffls decidedto In the beautiful little town of Reddlck will Invade B. H. S. .

[diet was, Indeed his pride isfy the gay side of their naturesat ed to farming. Hope you sell lots Sorry, Harold Alvarez you've play safe for them, and stated Alcoa, Tennessee, April ft, 1923, This Is to be one of the hardest ;

I the carnival of strawberries this been 111. Anyway de tonsils are that should to Gainesville Mr. and Mrs. F. T. Bennett were of have :i
joy they'll feel, No- year, Vann. they not go garnet the season. They

liced with no less respon- vember 1st, that nothIngwas left Inman Green-Is working in out now-with plenty of happy Friday and Saturday as the proud parents of a beautiful a team of hard fighting and fast

,It q) than former ones is the undone in celebrating slow-com- town in one of the local grocery days ahead. formerly planned.Out blue eyed baby girl. Later she men; and it is hoped that all i '

11 I staff Biggest problem ing Hallowe'en.Typical stores. Dis week's most popular songon of 90 music students In was named Loral Charlotte. Bradford will be out for the game, t

fit, of the new reporter who carnlval-partlclpater is Sidney Griffis-Is working at de campus is: "An Apple for this school, Mrs. Mabel Wall was From there they moved to which begins this week at 7:30: instead -
lyi feels he is not capable ,liable to' 'Huston's Service Station. the Teacher" (P S. it Is almost planning to take about 60 from Akron, Ohio and after a few of 8:00: on the Starke Grid-
]0ok, something like this: t
to the old state
(sometimes worrys himself tot Eddy and Loyree Hartman are time for tests again.) : the senior years back good Iron
he will, more than likely, sporton group.
and town of !
t which would surprise oth- living In this fair city.-Eddy is Understand dat Kenneth still "Georgia/ EllIjay. ;
his head hat The chorus to
a pill-box -a toy junior was going Her of school were
|could they know of his un- still as talented as ever. likes de office up here at B. H. S. earlly years '
one, but which fact will be open, the University City the day there. Thursday, September Inquiring Reporter {
linty. His greatest concern, Oliver Hutto-Is connected with and de senery? He's just a hog spent
to debate by many. His nose fore with about the same be-I 15 1936 she came to Starke
Jri, Is how will I begin this the Seaboard Airline Railway about it!!
will sound might resemble Mutt's, his mouth of students. Florida to_ enter_ __n high school. Question of the week: What Is R T d
and how it and Is out of Jackson-
| working
efficient will be filled with teeth not his Everybody seems quite disappointed Mrs. Wall had prepared her She likes good books. foot-ball your "Secret Ambition ?"

completed. The own-celluloid false ones. In ville.Thomas dat dere was no trip to students to do their best work, good music and lots of classmates 1 Sadie Prince: "To be an author,"
frets much over his work Lewis-Is working in a
: his right'hand will be on of those be University City-Maybe next and though the late cancellationwas to be her lends. She dislikes "To
Miss Fernandez: get my
{will not be satisfied until it local grocery store. time!
things that split the night open disappointing, the reason for being late to school and master's degree at Columbia." 4
him. the
suits Eugene Long-Is attending
ly when they're punched or squeezed Florida Barber School in Jacksonville Everytime we see dat Margaretwe It turned disappointment to sym- plain olives. Mrs. Vandlvlere: "To weigh 123: fi

:lit! of the present staff were and In the other, Mr. Tplcal always think of dat old saying pathy, and hope that the little After finishing school she hopesto pounds." ;,

|ten: last year, and still othd Carnival will probably wave a Bob Long-Is connected with "Florida Beauties"-and howl girl afflicted will\ get along wellin follow u business career. She Ruth Simpson i "To marry a l't

: their first experience with balloon as light as his spirits. Why Is de word "dog" such a her unfortunate Illness has a host of friends who hope Millionaire." I "
the Tung Oil Corporation in
/journal last February when in de ? ---. that she, will find a good reason "
There are to be two shows Brooker popular one on campus Grace Green: "To be a nurao.

(seniors were busy with the the afternoon, and two at nightin Alma Murrhee-Is doing post Date cute Leon Moore sho' can Primary Jingles to stay on with us and that there Carolyn Green: "To play the ;
ul I Those who did get
play will be much and "
the high school auditorium sing; tenor too happiness suc- organ. .
work here at B. H. V
led graduate up -
then value that smallf
now Prices are: 10 and 15c. S. Why is L. 'M. so happy dese riltST OIMUB cess In her futuie.Through Grace Dow: "To play my violin I
f in.
"breaking ? 4" "
Voting for the carnival queenIs Ruth McGarity-Is now livingIn days Martha Henry brought her um- like Fritz Krister.

II t many are absolutely new now chasing down homestretch South Florida. Lawtey's great L. E. dat sho' was a pretty car brella to school Thursday morn- the KeyholeWe nee Thede: "To marry a millionaire -
I hid that each week rollsI driving after- "
wuz Sunday
but exactly who gets the loss! you ing. She said to Miss Lilley, :

.I too rapidly to suit them, "queenahip" cannot be determined Juanita McKenzie !Is attendinga noon! "Daddy made me bring this um- like the black and! red finger KiUclle Austin: "To be an artIst '
the tedious job of writing a peopleAhab "
until the very last minutes, as Beauty School in Jacksonville. Sorry so many brella, and it is made of paper. nail polish Grace Dew wore to .
(liable! article must be ac- colds-dey will get around tho. .._,_ _,_ A -
votes go by the penny. New' Ernest and Pauline Phillips are Won't it do a lot of good?" the gome Friday. She has the ? --
tllshed by Monday; the re- I Boy, oh boy, senior rings TUAOI'UANHWEUS
the last Ernest Is doso1 I teacher. ; .
tales may be told at living in town now. Miss Ruby Lilley, football spirit.Jacqueline .
|oust t be handed in early that sho am honeys. 1. Blowing! up of the U. S. Battleship -
Paul- I loveto
minute. working in a local grocery; and Murlal just
I ud the writers sometime I Anytime you all needs advice Main with a loss of 2A9(
house! I'UUIAUYSSEtnLY: ride In trucks. S
( about Few people in and out of Brad- ine keeps
Alky ask-
approach. Is still hav- just under the directionof football lives. The Spanish-American war
ford have never heard of the fortune Elizabeth Phillips Assembly Some of the players

l }until we've had a chance to Is at Mammy. the That's 2. The Johnstown flood.!
Mrs. Adams, who sets her' Charles Priest- working following program: Wednesday. strange.
for the troubles which Mary 3. The asslnatlon of Abraham
I IDlnklM.
i thinking when she looks home. Bible Story In Poem-Jo Ann Girls, you really look warm In
|u are small to those ad- subjects James Rosier and Doris Silcox Elementary Echoes I IHallowe'enSong those chubby jackets. Lincoln.

d> In journalism, but not to into the "unseen. I from 4. The Chicago fire, which start-
-were married In the early sum- --- Pupils I Betty and Helen had the grandest -
ffed at those readers No faker is she; no tell'emandrun ed when Mrs. O'Leary' cow I
by here second week-end. to be
mer and have an apartment FOURTH GKADi: NEWS grade. They seem

may easily enough sit back globe-gazer, who reads the in town. This week we have been learn- I Autumn Guesses Mrs. Pre-I crazy about Lake Butler R. V. kicked over a lantern.

criticize- a little too unreas- future on enchanted Hallowe'enonly. Inez Rosier-Is taking post ing how to do long division. vult's pupils. Holt likes the same town S. The San Francisco Earthquake -

'y.t r. Those who lend their palmsto graduate work here at B. H. S. We are learning how to write i I Hallowe'en Song Pupils from liLllt'1 } t
her at the carnival will find It TKNTII: ( : NEWS \
open our arms to good, Robert Rosier-Is working at paragraphs. Mrs. Biggs' room.HICONU NOTUM' Of Arplar4'rlov fOUTAX i
i beneficial hard to despense lightly with her Thursday, October 19; each of IIKKII
advice feel
but Green's Store. Claude Johns, Edith Manning,
selected a girl to 4"rna'l> Hill "Xo. III.ONOTIOM :
words. the tenth grades
luMeceseary, razor-edged re- Edith Rowe-Is very definitely and Marlon Crews drew a Col- ; GRAII'l: IH JIKHKHY: II HVn.Nf: r :'

I might well be left in the Any celebration would be far busy these days. A "canary yellow" umbus scene for our board. We are all looking forward to represent Its room ns carnival That Ira Young"" end ", .lira Younirholil.r .
Certificate. N... 37S: r ,
of Tax
1 of the originators. from complete without plenty of Buick from Lake City is always Miss Edwards has been reading the Hallowe'en Carnival. We queen for 1939. iMeuml tile II day. of "September' A.

I Davis 1 good eats, and since this one will parked outside her house. some fairy tales to us. know It's going to be fun. Ida Lee Cone was selected. from II. 11138 him fllxil name In my offlee ,

reid I be on'e to top all others, "grub"in I a stenog- We have begun to decorate our lOS Dorothy Green from 10D, and. haa made application forK :
Ella Mae very funny. Smith I In* ri">t>fl to be lemieil thereon. tl
You every shape and form will bed I rapher for a prominent firm in Melvin Prevatt and Helen room for Hallowe'en with Jack-o- and Patsy Roberts from 10F1. The Hiild' certificate embrace the fol- '
Know? Chase and i three tenth grades then met in luwlnic cloerrlbod property. In the 11''
plentiful. Examples: have moved to Jacksonville this lanterns and Biownles. .
Jacksonville. '101'Y iif Ilrailfonl', Htate of KlorIcllt -
Sanborn Coffee, hamburgers, ice I James Sewell--Is attending the week. We surely miss them. Our Brownies are kicking, Wo the auditorium and Patsy Roberts tO-Wlt,
Uttle, Huh! was selected. by forty votes I l..,la II, 12, 11, 14. of elk :fir 1.lv-
hot dogs,
cream, Coca-Cola, pop- Citadel In Charleston. Claude Johns, reporter.Miss think they're kicking because IniCHton, Truhy A I'o'n Adiln to
agare Falls, although the corn, candy, pies, cakes and sugarcoated George Silcox--Is employed by Edwards teacher. Mrs. Hitch's room is ahead of us Mr. Sponholtz urged us to boost i Htarke" Hue. 8H, Townnhlp II Mouth,
I famous in the world, stands and support her. The tenth "n... 32 KantThe .
"th apples! | the Starke Coca-Cola Plant. In the attendance contest aneeNanient of the nalil' property o
t. In the list of actual Cars will park in the usual j, Vernon Silcox is assistant dis- FIFTH GRADE NKWS Miss Kitty Hogged, teacher I grades will do their share In mak- under" the nalil certificate Uud 1 .
was In the name rf Unknown.UnloHx ,
place provided for game-goers. tributor In Starke for Pepsi- We've been coloring some aut- ing Patsy our queen said certificate Khali be

_.-*- Cola. umn leaves and they look very Til I HI) (iKAIKOne Opal Peele, 10F; Margie Mathews redeernvrl. accordlntf to .law, theproperty

. Goth! I Smith-had one of the and colorful over the of our children went to the Buddy Davis, reporters. d..rlb.1 th..r"ln will be I}
l unt Ranier Health Essentials Doshia pretty I __ old In 1 the highest bidder at the
rises to a height -| |; court house door the first Afon-
loveliest August weddings ever blackboard.Our dentist the other day When she on f
TW3 feet vet It Is 40 I NINTH WADE NEWS: day In the month of November
She is now lots of returned she told her teacher
from seen here In Starke. pupils are bringing 111.19. which In the 6 day of Nov.
the tide water of Harm of Nail-Iilting Artford Biown. Best wishes pretty flowers to put In our that the dentist put air in her 9W reports that we are well on ember ,1933.Duteil ''
f ouna When a person bites his fingernails Mrs. the way towards one of the most thla 28 day of ('September, ,i
and didn't taste
Doshlu. windows. They are growing nice- teeth that It 1051.l,1. .
he Is suffering from a successful school years In the history i ( 'I A '
employed beautiful. good! /
Strickland--Ilt and look L/ourtAl'. :
Doris ly ; :'t 4Cnunty
himself Clerk of Circuit ,
Soft, Eh ? habit, and will bring of the freshman class. We >
nervous of are all excited Mrs. Prevatt, teacher. ,
at Jacob's Store. Many our boys Florida 0-29 6t ID-2T
bark of the giant Sequoia more or less, these things: Hazel Thomas--Is attending a I over getting to play foot- have been having some splendid

I1' not nard and tough, as 1. Worn teeth. Jacksonville. Merrill Jones thinks room programs, and are planningto NI'Klltl. MtHTKII'l: NOTICI'1 .
be business school in ball, in fact Bright Eyes OK ""'I.'" ?t
expected, it is so soft as 2. Terrible looking fingernails, Thornton-Is still of nothing else He seems to : have our freshman pins In the Notice IK. hereby given that under
quite' nice I Wilier Mae and In aorordane. with that. certain
not so then distinguish
which are future can
spongy | hands near ; BO you
yet fire seems and .
reluctant to leave Starke. like It a lot. final d..rr.. nf for.clnsure. and ...I.
to penetrate ". while In- looking as they could be. I Torode--Is at- Marian Brown, reporter. The past week-end was a grandone us from the other stu- rendered by Honorable A. Z. Ailklna
dislike it which will, the longerI John Arthur for Bradford High School, dents. .. Judge of the circuit Court of e
as much as in- 3. Nails I of Georgia Milts Hlnson teacher. ""
the University Bradford County Florida, In Chan-
der The tree's greatest and more severely they are bitten tending that -, especially for the football boys. Our class officers are: very, In that. certain ca"." pending
ft Forestry.. '
man much longer to grow In Athens Learn I Congratulations boys, that's what President, JimmIe Grlffls In said. Court wherein F. It. niter-- '
take "Tode." In spelling class we are holding ion !Ie plaintiff and Fannie I...
will, when they do, wo like to see--that was a real Vice-President, William Baker. AI defendant
-- out and which Warren-Is working in contest with Joyce Moore and Stevenson a widow, Kt. I. are -
Louise a game. Do It again next week. and Treasurer Ida ., Cane No R60. the unlhr'lII'n..d -
Conspiracy be thin and stumpy. Jacksonville Hllbron Waldron as leaders of the Secretary .' Hpeclal Master by Raid decree -

1 JSt"man!! cUstom at wedJ 4. General unattractiveness. Weaver-Is enrolled atMasspy's two sides. So far Joyce's side Is Bright Eyes sees ,that which Lulu Davis. appointed will sell to the hlKheat t
wpnated and Enza b. In bidder for rash In front of the
sometime, batter our
others don't. So We have
you'd some
In money
caveman days. Watch a nail-biter Business College in taking the lead, but the other Mouth front door of the Hradford J,
[J'arrled off their brides by I see for yourself how utterly silly side is hoping to be ahead next more careful Karl and L. H.I'm treasury which will be used towards County Courthouse In Htarke, FlorIda e
"4 a faithful I II you won'tbe Jacksonville. to catch on after a while at the end of the during the legal I hnura of sale 1
sure trip
friend Then say
helped he appears. Jo Webb-Is still at time. on Monday, November e, A. f>. lUa
gape by warding off at- in his class any longer. friends at the State For several days we used our Our own Loral has been electedas school term. All money collected the following pr.>mlf.*H ultuate InHradfurd
I her
tY I the finger home to of class dues County Florida, to-wlr:
has been In the form ,
giri-g kinsmen t .5. Sore, unprotected library table to hold an English a candidate for the Carnival Tim Welt-half of Northwaitijimrtfr

tips; that is, if you bite them to Farm.Martha Wells --- Is teaching settlement, constructed by mem Queen from the senior class. Let's which are two rents per week. half nf North-onxt of Hoi-tlon Quarter 19 and of l-iaot-S.r'i) i i

Wf'U! a great extent.Nailbiters school. She plans to enter college bers of the fifth grade class. The elect her seniors She has personality Regular class meetings are held lion II, all In Township 6 South
w m Salt have the habit once a week Mange<< 2l Kant containing leaacr.
Lake who Indian dark hair, long lovely
I at Christmas log cabins, trees **. more or less. i
Sni!ats hats with ostrich.l.very badly should summon all Andrew Reddingis taking a and people of the settlement madea lashes, fair complexion and Is the Ida Lula Davis reporter. T. Frank Idmdrum. A* Special

ma! oe and stop, thoughIt right size. We must naturally M Ht>ir In I'lmm-ery
worn to will also at- Jamestown which
-ngs! their power corespondence course and picturesque iv TIIK ( iiitfir rntitr iv "e"n Knight A Knight 1
move the earth, for It is a B. H. S. we have been studying in history pour In the pennies.Yes Foil HH/tl.P /lll 0ir '!' Y, Attorney for Plaintiff 11.:1":
tending KI.<>iin>t. K.HJIMII "'JU''L
1\ -.- fix in which to be. +-- Mabyl Leach, reporter. It's true that Opal has a ('"u"'r" ft tu".Itt"Y.C.rlllyn : .

1lta ABORT THE CAMPUS Believe it or not a person Is IT'S.A F'C'T- Miss Smith, teacher. handsome brother twenty years Woodward Tmrwlck, How To RelieveBronchitis
R. of the Plaintiff/ ,
'i Fiver Grace and Dorothy never too much a vlctime Only one federal law protectsthe SIXTH GRAD NEWS old. You know Lawtey is noted vsTalmadge

'U H.my but they nail-biting habit to stop.It American flag from desecra- I for Its fair ladles and square D. Tr.ywlfk, ,
who Defend.nI.NTICE
I Frld1n those skirts and is equally hard for those The teacher has finished read- gents. TO PPFPNOANT: :

a and night. only bite their nails slightly to tion.In the seventeenth century the ing "The Pickaninny Twin." We, Yours 'till next ftV IN TIIK KMmlDA.NAMI'F IHKKTINU TUB: STATE!
take occasional -
Cecil. Dot and Loran, stop for since they only Swiss adopted an extra command-j,enjoyed it very much. We have Bright Eyes. TO: T.lm.l.. If Tr.'k. whose Bronchitis acute or chronic. is an
only stick together and "nips" at them, It Is difficult "Thou shalt not started making a Greek mural. + reeld-nee and post office adilr... Inflammatory condition of the> mu-
/7 cheer But ment: I. unknown.You cous membranes lining bronchial
for Bradford! They to stop it completely. Paul Revere made two rides to Some of the pupils have been CooperationBy are hereby rtqulrol to appear tubes. CreomuUlon goes right to the

live been in the Pepw'i when an "addict" takes it upon I warn the colonists: On April 16, I bringing very lovely flowers this J. Mason Knox "l herein to the...aln.1 bill rtt you complaint on or before til Mat of the trouble to looaen germ !
) himself to quit, it's a clean IT73. and again two days later. 'week. It ain't the gups or armament Monday the 8th day of November, laden phlegm,increase secretion and
aid nature to soothe and heal .
be the Carnival determination! sense of dlrec-|I Miss Kennedy, teacher. Nor funds that they can pay, A. It. 1981.
r"-'stn I The mysterious It I ii. further ordr. carefully sen- ek"ha"d of lion possessed by homing pigeons) But the close cooperationThat nrdor bo published In the Bradford membranes.your druggist to sellyou

1t I \Vardc7T'i re charge and is I disrupted by radio waves. j jNorthea.tem Book salesman "You should I makes them win the day "r.unly nral Tol'irraph Irnulatlon a published newspaper. of In a bottle of Creomulolon with the
bewr understanding that you are to like
kw., -The senior close t ttt this prison for ten years Arizona has aJ I'buy an encyclopedia now that said '"utility of
to ::: 1Ivn.e..hWITNE8H the way It quickly allays the cougti
cI tlat have a party to school tt ain't the individual. week for four eon'
cute to petrified Is going
Is little Loral we are going natural bridge formed by a 'your boy II my hand and official or:you are to have your money tack.:
Candidate for CarnivalPert celebrate. What kind do you tree. Farmer- -"Nope Not on your I Nor the army as a whole .ia: ibis 6th day of October, A. 1>. CREOMULSIONforCoujhlGleitColds

ni0rt are suggest t" has neck and a mouth i Life? He can walk--am. as : But the everUtln' teamworkOf ) .
boosting boys a
out A clam II' 'OFFICIAL SBAL) A. J. Thomaa, ''
'II...... --'- Come On foUu' Prisoners "A coming but no head. 'did." I every bloomln' soul? Clerk Circuit! Court. 10- U n-n ,BroncMtJj p

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II. CLUBS ConventionThe Recipes at your Hallowe'en Local Items Party. {JVOOIJLA! JJ'.\,
I Bradford and Union Convention Miss Betty Phillips and Miss By JUrs. O.Lr, ('ark,

.. of Christian Churches will --
-- entertained friends
'--- -- ----- Peele
---- -- -- --- -- Opal 1418. ;
meet with the Sampson City Loulf H.. |lie| '
Mrs. C. II. Nasworthy and Woodmen State PresidentTo New Arrival Christian Church tomorrow (Saturday Pumpkin Pie Monday Ifl?. ," ;he Sta.rllng'w'eck"!'

Mrs. N. W. Wainwright, Jr. Speak Here TonightA Mr and Mrs. Junius M. Smith ) and Sunday, Rev. W. T. Hallowe'en complete without certainly the good wouldn'tbe old- Mrs.was in O.honor J. v Hllllar.i gufet ,>i //1' S18ter' h4{
the arrival of a
Hallowe'en] Hostesses meeting of the Starke are announcing McGuire said yesterday. Dinner And
Party special fashioned pumpkin pie. we is visiting
born October 22, atthe .
son, Sunday will be Sunday Carter
the grounds
Groce of the Woodman Circle will on have a recipe for you this week Mrs. J, D. harecw
Mrs. C H. Nasworthy and :Mrs. Alachua County Hospital In
be held Friday night at 7:45 o' noon, and everyone is urgedto by Mrs. H, L. Brownlee who Is sPl'nd.nl\! \ a
H. week
N. D. Wainwright, Jr., were joint Gainesville. The young: man has attend, Mrs. and ,
of the
clock In the Hall In honor quite an authority on this traditional Griffin Ga., Tampa visit
hostesses Tuesday night at the state president Mrs. Ida Fernandez been named Junius Monroe delicacy. So be sure to Mrs. and relative"

home of the former on Walnut of Pensacola, who will make Smith, Jr. COLUMBIA INCREASES: 4-II try this one Tuesday. mother ter Mrs Thompson left ]last \\'

Street when they entertained her official visit at this time. With enrollment cards still coming 3 eggs. Lawtey for Miami. where he

members of the Wesley Adult Mrs. Maude Andrews, state WILL SIGN NEW CONTRACT in, Columba County's 4-H 1-2 cup sugar. one of, if his daughu, !Mrs Ro*
musician, and guardian of the New York,,-Director Earl W. girls club membership Is now 1 cup stewed pumpkin (Mrs. service
School Class of the Meth-
Sunday Starke Grove, will preside over i Brown of the Florida State Exhibit Brownlee the canned
odist Church at a colorful Hallowe'en well over 300, an Increase of: prefers way No. 13. Carter and i inn> Rich
the business meeting and Mrs. at the New York World'sFair ), business
party. more than 100 over last year'senrollment pumpkin pleted with tip[ to Pal"
planned to sign a contract
Vonda Inman state vice-president, 1-4 teaspoon cinnamon. oline .
The Nasworthy home was' attractively will the Junior grad today for the state's parlcipatlon Miss Ruth Durren- pumps
preside over 1- teaspoon nutmeg ((11 you has not yet : Mrs.
decorated In the trueHallowe'en of Miss In the exposition again in 1040.Carolyn berger, home Ha!rv WlllUmi!
uatlon services Dorothy agent reports. prefer you may use 1 teaspoon doubt this Farm
with black cats, i wre
and Mamie Stevensof visiting tt
Alvarez Miss vanilla in place of the spices)
witches, pumpkins and different the public Carter Sunday aftern
Starke. 1 1-2 milk
kinds of fruit in evidence. Oae Callstreet days Itaptlsi,
Other notable guests to be pres- 1 tablespoon butter.: O. J, I I church
of the most outstanding decorations -
was the fireplace which held ent at the meeting are Miss Abbie Beat eggs, add sugar, pumpkinand S. A, L. Ry are invited) to aft
Holden, state manager; Mrs. Win Beat and this meeting every Thurs
a witch riding a broomstick and i spices. thoroughly family weekend."B
tfred Cauthen of Jacksonville Sees All Hears All Pri into All 7:30: o'clo"k and! Sun
peering into the big black boiling then add milk and butter. Mix Is stationed
state chaplain; Mrs. Eula Batten at 10 o clock Sun
well and place in an unbaked piecrust Miss
pot Wonder if everybody ia as excited but wish that who .
tine of Gainesville state historian Everybody is
; In\1te
Bake in moderate oven. spending a Hallowe'en and contests over the dance tonight as I,
games lived in
and Mrs. Jewell of Ocala Starke would bring wme
Bray suddenly one
were played throughout the even- am? All keyed up like a The pie may be topped with E, Shuford in
state cantain.Mrs. move back to stay What a meringue and browned or may be Dr. Earl
ing.: Mrs W. B. Sewell, Mrs. grammar school girl with her .
Fernandez who attendedthe -
Eugene t. Matthews E. L. Williams first long dress Isn't It silly? fascinating little town we'd have served with whipped cream.LAJVTEY were visiting )( -- --
district convention in Alachuaand FASTI-RES
and the Rev. Frank Robin But dances do me like that The Fischers here Tuesday Roberts, here
son won novelty prizes In the I half who weeks has visiting spent two the and'one various- Specially when they're planned afternoon Crazy about Jacksonville E. E County cattlemen!

contests.At groves in the state, will be the on the grand scale of this of 'course, but I note By William (Bill) Plummer and a former preparations foi exp
new blowout The they slip for few was here '
a hour
the conclusion of the even guest speaker for the evening armory away paaiurei. A t
ing tempting refreshments further meeting.The boys claim It'll be the gayest here every chance they get. P.-T. A. Meeting over the '! plot of car
carrying out the traditions of local grove will be hosts gathering the town has witnessed Guess there's something about At the recent meeting of the Mrs. F. R. lespendeza is to

Hallowe'en, were served the at a dinner Friday night at six since the days of pound parties Starke that gets 'em Gene Parent-Teachers' Association, J. Mathews and late this month or ei
guests by the hostesses. Favorsof o'clock at the Magnolia Cafe honoring and box suppers Well I havean and Hazel Matthews and Mrs. H. Moore local school board mem- dine attended and several ot

dolls dreaeud u> >.-...* Mrs. Fernandez and the open mind and am ready, will) Middleton back from New York ber, speaking in behalf of the sonville varying acreages will

orange cre>* I>i." L.1 _... other slate officers. Ing and able to be convinced . Their press passes were good School Board, asked the P.-T. A., Mr. and 'carpet grass and Wli

makers warn. rc.j ._. Festivities start, this p. m. with, for everything at the fair so to agree on the release of deputy daughter, according to Co
rueat. Raiford W. M. U. Meets refreshments in charge of those Hazel says that for once In her sheriff C. R, Whitehead from his tended the H. E. Westbury

Those enjoyLt; C.J:: t:....__.. efficient!' Guardettes (Mrs. National life she got to see all the side duties as patrolman within the Ing in -- .-- -
party with .Ira. :"a.i.r.7: L.;... Raiford W M. U. Circle No.. 2 Guardsmen to you,* Myrwln shows she wanted to school zones. He also stated that Miss Joyce -the brief case wW
Mrs Wainwright were: Mr. and met with Mrs. F. G. Mills at the Long, Lou Struth and Bunny Gladys Canova Is my idea of he would ask the School Board ,to ville was -at the Bndti!

:Mrs. E. L. Williams, Mr. and Mrs. State Farm Wednesday afternoonat Kldd what a new homeowner should be donate $10.00 on the fencing of b: Rahn this Telegraph

D P. Carpenter, Mr. and Mrs. W. two o'clock for an instructiveand Llstenin In: Rotary's renditionof like Thrilled and enthusiastic he: local school property. This

H. Hart, the Rev, and Mrs. Frank enjoyable nutting. "Sweet Adeline" at the luncheon to her fingertips I can easily brought frowns upon the faces
Robinson Mrs. Sam Anderson, C. The meeting was opened with a last Wednesday was mighty; understand why Such an at- of many parents. After a few This Is.Headquarters for
H. Nasworthy, Mr, and Mrs. L. D. prayer by Mrs. Malone, after sweet but It shattered another tractive, story-book looking house short speeches it was agreed that j

Vinlng. Mr. and Mrs. W. B which the fifth chapter of Mathew i Illusion The popular belief She and Paul and family hope he association would consent to FLORENCE OIL HEATERSCIRC.
was read. The ,v.., M U. book
Sewell to move in in Whitehead's release provided the
Mrs. M F. Brown, and hat Addy isn't worth mentioning a couple of weeks
:Mr. and "Our Lord and Ours" was studied, now All these School Board submit $30.00
Mrs. Eugene U Mat. before one a. m. In the yawning new homes are on
thews. and the 'meeting was closed with By the way, what ever happened certainly doing a lot to pep up said fencing project. CABINET

prayer by Mrs. Dudley. to the Rotary quartette the looks of the town Wish Due to the fact that the cur Portable Heaters

U. D. C. Will Meet The following. members were Is there any truth to the more people would get the bug rent election is only a month on Terms,
present: Mrs. J. M. Bradley Mrs.Malqne ." a' as Low
that this foresome turned officials won't
rumor away surely our
The W. T. Weeks
Chapter, Mrs Pierce Crews, Mra.
down offer from the Don A lot more but consent to $13.95
United Daughters of the Confed Leonard Johnson. Mrs. G. E. Cox, a juicy news will haveto buying our only meansof
eracy will meet Wednesday afternoon Mrs. Carl Crews, Mrs. Over- Cossack choir? No?- save It till next week protecting our children goingto
November 1, at 3:30 o' street Mrs. W H. Williams Mrs. Well I was afraid not Hope things will be quieter thenso and from school at any price, CRUDE OIL

clock, at the home of Mrs. A. M Roy Roberts, Mrs Townsend Mrs. 'Sa boy at the Junius Smith I can woo the muse But much less the small sum of $30.00.

Darby. Hostesses: Mrs. Darby, Dudley, and Mrs. :Mills. One household Mother and son right now I gotta hurry to the Hallowe'en Carnival Radiant Type as Low on

Miss Etta Tison, and Mrs L. G. visitor. Mrs. J. M. Morgan, was doing fine and the father! beauty parlor and do a million The' P.-T. A., will sponsor the V. Terms

Powell. also present. Lucky he'In! the laundry business other things. before the dance tonight Annual Hallowe'en Carnival to- beheld $29.95
/) and can get buttons sewedon My corset.
Monday night, October 30. on
please '. .
his vest free the local school grounds. There
Football flggerln': Why don't So. long. See you In the nextCarolyn will 'be fun for all. You can't Hart. Furniture Co.

coaches sit in the grandstand Instead miss this opportunity to celebrate Starke, Florida

I INSURANCEHAROLD of on the bench? with young and old, rich and poor
They could get so many pointers I
Course/ they couldn't use
'em, but they could get 'em any-

I way The boys who booed

I I Elmo's time-keeping last week NOVEMBER C A R P E N T E R 's NOVEMBER SILVER JUBILEE
are sorry now and would like to 123.4 mm HOUR SPECIALS
C. WALL AGENCY | know what Elmo said at the .

Bradford-Jennings game Friday ".... < r r
Wr.Tbr. .
| ONE falfilttlONB
Their 7
Please Phone 146 night curiosity was -
I CENT SAUB and ttiot't trxattIfV
aroused Shakespeare in the lW ,N 1&1& Qe .
grandstand: To boo, or not to 6 oaks package Priscilla

boo, that is the question I't' I't' One Cent Sale 6
: Floral
Speaking of the game Bradford cxct1 ,, .. a'", Soap
sho was shining That Jen- ,. t.s. Regular '75c value cakes

nings bunch was powerful spunky .m1.I2IalIi=IlII, .u Soft cU. 'lather,
\ They had to be. __ ------ D.gc.l ning.old creamy eoloni.l fr.. e

\\V /Y// Party Peekln': Catty Monteith' '-'- grinc. .
\ .: "all-hen" bridge club gave 1 -

her a surprise shower Monday r

night She and Red are set- A

C tin' up housekeeping next door to Mcdlord While Vellum

the N. D. Walnwrlght'a Un-

derstand that Grace Wainwright ffipeterc G0
and Elizabeth Nasworthy know VALUE
how to put on a peppy party I
; At least that's the testimony offered A big: .In. 24 loldtd .huts. ]}g|ji
by members of the "grown 1 1 24 lingU m.tch..h..t., 48 en..lop"to -J mV

up" Methodist S, S. Class that
enjoyed Tuesday night's frolic Tw.nfy-fiv. years ago Ru.II|| Drug $,?? eriqn.ted, } this
I r
r- I glg.Ntia drug ?? m.ch.BdIng! ,,.?,. This y..f ., our t sSlv.r

-v-- Leila Mundy Is back to work Jubil.. C.lebr.lon; You'll god b.rq.ins at 2-500 sheet pkgs. KLENZO
after staying in for a few days I prin. n.r.r b.for. og.r.d.

with one of those awful colds I t Facial Tissuesand
that seem to have taken the r i S t I BOTH
LA t
". P1d one whole pound ONLY
town by storm Everybody's $ FOR
sniff in' and sneezln Even John pER j?""Q rr Theatrical
Godwin surrounded by all the t C
> Bi 89c Pig. of 50. S 'B3t" Cold Cream
protection of a drug store E R : _
Pity us poor mortals who're exposed Halibut Liver OilCAPSULES 2 for 9O ita sos'...of n 2m
: to all the germs on the Zinc Oxide Corn Pd 2 for 21Pso.

street ,
At City Hall: Joe Wilkins 'at- SID 3am9 51'
tending a F. S. A. convention In ) 75e full pound .jfcwtt Theatrical Hygienic Powder 2 for

Gainesville this week Madge
Cold it* mi' TtaaS 0
Iy Whlgam ditto She held a GeoutM Cream 2 for 76C49c hair Tonic 1 /a51e
,r aye. demonstration last week I 'I.

Talks on canning, etc., and the $ p full pint RiVer's >k liD 16r
farmerettes actually made soap { eX' Ue.fI.elae Ta6Ie l

and one of the''nicest Inner-spring E is Petrofol 2 for 5O .
I l av T g n.' *IZI JU.u.NY "
r mattresses that ever Induced a -, \ J.cr'1..
snore of PepfoNaxe ;
SHOIJ ton MIN Twirling the dial: Fibber Mc-, a+ oy S1 j SOc full pint 7iU33gr ..xe in rvu riMT t yse3 IIa

'5t..!:!7" Stifle! Gee says they're making a picture 1 ?lb Pur Milk of ;flab n es i a 2 for 51I e. Beet, Wine ..* Iron 2f
oil of "Grapes of Wrath" and : ? hems ....
apill "- .....IIZI. UU Mr.TSS-.rrM..N.i d
tC CC1t ,rt111 If they take as long to complete t 1 2io<,1
Toe styles an arFrCn it as they did "Gone With the rN tpe SIZE 14 OZ. anaaassr HIGH POTENCY Cod IJrer Oil

French' tnesg \.n\ Com Wind" they'll have to call It I Cod Liver K. IIZI 'UU UNT ,uc0-
.11\ e. e Oil efx'l 26'fall
'11\&n s' 2 for1.01 la
3 ante tot s't oe ail "Raisins of Zenith" flubbingllcohol
but \ uS I
; J.'he Harriet Rlcharde on Call Street +Qt eo""UHO --
peg ed \.o'1Jn-a1\ \emovafSt e cnat proudly showing friends brand I S 1j V Si'ver Jubilee Specie/ iF5c ? S=PC

\ \n y new pictures of her .
youngest >)UB'M a SOt SIZE
\oo\t :: E ADKIiNNt
1n and u 3 acmant..n\\Ca\\.1. ,'a And can I blame her? Thechlld'l C E s 1 \ Preen this Rexall / _
wilt: hatch a subject any camera l ti o'+ 2 REMINDER COUPON
would be tH C
proud to snap W. /
1a'o1'CSpe P. Smith Face '01 39e rubes R. o// Milk ot
Introducing his newdaughterInlaw
Fuur.O N at church Sun I 1 r Powder rile 3 Magnesia Tool jj3j jj

Enquire Conmrt IDC day and beaming from ear to ear;}1 Oylt, 0% .R'aHtewiMthis
Well \
who wouldn't be pleased -
I Salamoor REG. 50* SIZE JAR ANY
? By the way, Martha and ,I M t s ck tin 2 39e

Eldredge are now at home to Gardenia Creams .

friends in one of Arthur Grltfis' '': IS! SIZE f o'itle wwe..........TI-J.......... ':

TRADE AT ALEXANDER'S & SAVE cottages setting for at the a couple lake .of" An newlyweds Ideal- Milk of Magnesia lOc CAKE 2 r/o .

Tooth Powder louque'
Ramee Soap 01 1 me "** aorD.s'. "*w+:.
ALEXANDER & CO. Names in the News: Looks 2 i3Qe 'jto'Vft c.sa..s.v.r. ..... ". ..
for II e , natural to see Mr*. Robinson on) a.DSewaa.. o.q ae oua 25iTrAGE .
STARKE, FLA. Bt: E. ]HATFIELD..M Call St. Here for a few weeks I I .
visit from Apopka Can't help e A i e

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BITS of LOCAL< NEWS I Mrs. C. W. Chalker returned boy 4 :years and I story. This book is in a cate-: Experiment Station entomolo--t, : '

? Saturday from Washington D. C. I months old gory of Its own and lacks nothingof I pointed out recently. i

-' ---.-- --- I where she spent several weeks as all burned except realism, richness or beauty, it: In gathering the cn>p tbe grower ]

of Mrs. Sam Anderson and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. the guest of her brother-in-law on. Mr. and Mrs. deals with next year or the year I should also take pains to
.. vane Russ H. L. Brownlee : and sister, Mr. and Mrs. need of and !
d ? W. .H. Smith spent Monday in and Phillip help after next, with the world lying knock all shucks from his trees
here Mon- daughter, Madge, spent the I F. Maguire. will assist
TMltor. I them
:vert i Jacksonville.Mrs. I week-end in DeLand just around the corner, with great because the shuck worms are now
as guests of ,
-- will be>
Col events and great figures, with one living in them. After gatheringthe
-- and Mrs. J. E. Futch. Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Powell' quarter of a mile
shucks he
.-- i spent last J. C. Robinson of Apopka I of last week in great figure In particular.That should keep themin
spent Wednesday
Hutcllings "
until have
Jelttll with rela- Is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. R. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene L. Mat- Jacksonville, and while there Mrs. I I figure, White Ben, towers piles they dried out
Gainesville I Mr. and Mrs. L.. sufficiently, and then burn them.
II F. Demorest. thews and Mrs. W. E. :Mlddleton I Powell attended the U. D. C. ;I and Mrs. R. M. 'I over the pages, unforgettable, a Burning the shucks will kill the

returned Friday after spendingsome luncheon at the George Washington -I ter, Eloise, made master stroke of creation. the larvae and thus prevent them

-Bath; an" Edith RoweSiJlldaY K, G. Duncan and eon, Kaspar, time in New York City. : Hotel. to Jacksonville l close-knit fabric of his swift his- from developing Into moths

tn mcksonvllle, with attended the circus la Jackson Mr. and Mrs. ,1 tory lies a story, absorbing and Simlllar measures should be

ville Monday. Mrs. E. M. Thomas is spending I Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Tatum of Jacksonville were full of sharp surprises, but be- taken against the hickory twig w

--- three weeks In Crescent DeLand spent the week-end here Sunday. hid the story Is a passionate cry
glrdler, the entomologist ex-
z-n; .pertt last week Mr. and Mrs. H A. Lawson and with her son and daughter-in-law I as guests of their son-in-laW and :. Mrs. Elsie I for freedom in a world that Is forgetting plained. This beetle lay Us t i.
10,lilting her sister, family spent the week-end In Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Thomas. I daughter, Mr. and Mrs. E. R. ville spent the freedom, for the rights ofmen eggs In young twigs of pecan

ldsaid Auburndale with relatives.Mr. II I Struth, and Mr. and Mrs. George ents, Mr. and for tolerance, ,for peace anda trees girdles and kills the twigs, ,

Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Rowe and I Roberts of Lawtey. I Sunday.Mrs. return to sanity. and Its larvae feed on the dead 1 #

)[I's. L D. Green visit- and Mrs. JL. Peek haveas children of Jacksonville were I Agnes "Rogue Male," by Geoffrey wood until them emerge to enter ,
and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Cox and
jives [in Gainesville guest her mother, Mrs. W. W. week-end guests of J. B. Rowe( Mrs. Jack Williams were among wick and Mrs. H. Household This tea superb adventure the ground and pupate. To con-

Otwell, of West Palm Beach. and Misses Ruth and Edith Rowe. Do twlck were trol this pest, Mr. Watson said,
those attending the Barbecue novel, especially for men
week. Mrs.
S1iIIllaY.Ie y.e Wednesday night at Gold Head readers about a hunter who stalksI the grower should rake up all
er In our school
i.ulw our speciality dead twigs and burn them before
Little Catherine Brownlee of Aim's leather Jackets and boots.Reawnaibly Branch State Park given by the I a dictator. Many people have
,t J. !1. Alvarez. Gainesville Is the guest of her priced, at Aharez. Rehabilitation Administration. ago. I the larvae emerge. The beetle
g Mr. and Mrs. been tempted to go gunning for a
grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. I I j I also attacks tender twigs of Australian -
the week-end in I Dictator. Here Is a story of an pines In southern sectionsof
Brownlee. Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. L. W. Strickland and
Lacy Rlgdon and
antaWordTO Mr. and Mrs. Roy Englishman who did the state, although It seldom
children of Jacksonville and L. D. children of Oxford and Mr. and
Hiss Reba Lee "Charley Manning," by Elizabeth lays In them. Control
Johns of Wateroak Mrs. C. W. and childrenof eggs meas-
Emmett Ward of Raleigh, North were guests Beasley esville
was Corbett. The however would be the
author of Mrs. urea same
and Carolina, was the guest of his Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Rig- Gainesville were week-end Mi. and Mrs.
ICY Cows but particular attention should be
Meigs and Mr.
[ cousin Mrs. Volley McKinney, don. guests of Mr. and Mrs. 'J C. Man- Cunningham again
varket prices paid on all day.Miss displays her versatility and cre- paid to dead twigs under near-
here Tuesday.Mr. ning and Mrs. L. E. Moseley. Iva Mae
J. P. ODOM box 247. ates another charming character by pecan or hickory trees.
3.31lyr.ppA1TED Mrs. L. H. Jennings, Mrs. A. H. dinner guest of }. ; ,
FIlL .-and Mrs. E. L. Molpus spent Green, Mrs. W. M. Wimberly, and Dr. and Mrs. C. F. Sayles of Kenzle Sunday. this time a perennial bachelor and .

\ tor Rawlelgb the week-end in Gainesville with Misses Grace and Dorothy Green Miami en route from their sum the most talked about man In MAY GET AIR BASE

'ff'of 800 families. Rell- Mrs. Molpus' parents, Mr. and were recent visitors in Jackson- mer home In Little Switzerland, NEW town. Highly successful in business Citizens of four counties meet-

|Mler should make good Mrs. P. H. Perry. ville. N. C., are spending this week at he has always eluded matri- ing nt Vulpartso Monday took

ap, at start and increase Kingsley Lake. While there they AT I monial connections--some- might 'steps to covert the Choctawhatchee -

?. Write today. Raw- Bring your Kodak Film to be Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Mote formerly are occupying the B. S. Carroll ''say evaded the matrimonial traps i National forest Into an

[T,,Pept FAJ-223-S, Mem- finished. Quick service. Hoover of Gainesville\ who have re- cottage. Today the laid for him. Charley Is a pret- I Army proving and bombing prac-

i, lenn. "P Bros. Studio. cently moved here are occupyingone received five new ty gay dog, and some of his escapades : tice area to rival the Army's famous -
Mrs. R. E. Tanner of Baldwin which are among ; testing grounds at Aberdeen,
of the D. E. Knight apart- make the ladles In the rocking
SALE Lots at sacrificefor spent last week-end here as the as listed by the Md. The development Is expected
Mr. and Mrs. L. M. DeSha and ments. chairs the
Main Street
cash In Scott's Sub- daughter, Marjorie, of Wildwood guest of her mother, Mrs. LauraI. ald Tribune In on to cost thousands. of dollars and
Lion Starke. Light, Powell and Mr and Mrs. J. H. front prochea shake their heads
to North week-end guests of Mr. and Reading, a copy employ from. 300 to 400 additional
/1', and sewer connections; Mrs.were W. H. Struth. Misses Katie and Virginia Fu- Fields. Mrs. Powell celebratedher ed on the Library and rock a little! faster. persona at Elgin field. near
Ofed abstract, Can start gate of Jacksonville spent the eightieth birthday annIversary "The Ownley The step was favored ,

4hg! at once. If Interested, Mr. and :Mrs. F. W. Varnedoeof week-end here as guests of their Saturday.Mrs. C. and Freeman BURNING SHUCKS ANDTnlOR in a test vote which Congressman -
uncle and aunt Mr. and Mrs, J. .e
sy brother Palatka were guests Sunday of grand Cape Cod Mllard Caldwell, presiding,
Ike. F. Scott, own- F. Colley. L. A. Davis, Mrs. W. E. PEC.1N TESTS
George Mrs. Varnedoe's parents, Mr. and veteran author, called for at the conclusion of discussion -
'Up. -- Mlddleton and Mrs. Frank Rob- with 180
Mrs. W. P. Smith. mystery added by persons votingin
Mrs. P. M. Barefoot and daughters inson were among those attend Clarke, in disgrace While harvesting this season's favor and 47 against the development -

PECANS Highest Misses Juanita and Sara ing the district meeting of the the Florida g
I based
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur H. Rou theft of a valuable crop pecan growercan Opposition was P
e prices paid direct to Barefoot, and Mrs. Artford Brown I Woman's Missionary Society of .
and two daughters, of Reddick, Knowlton Library also begin operations againstthe on Interference> with hunting and
//I. If you have pecans visitors in Jacksonville the Methodist Church In Jackson- '
Mr. on old Sepatonk / ghuckworm and thehickory fishing in the forest, and with the t
were here Saturday'visiting pecnu
lule, we will pay you dealer Tuesday. ville Thursday. at the prospective forced removal of
and Mrs. L. C. Ray.. Ownley twig glrdler, two serious
t Get in touch with us.
Hammond residents In the urea and with Interference -
:t In full for your 'dellver- Mr. and Mrs. John Uglow spent pests that are a menace to the I of the of ,
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Wilkinsonand Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Wall of asked the reason development ;
unloaded at our ware- Sunday !in Tallahassee and Mr. and Mrs. several days last week In Jacksonville on the front lawn 1940 crop, J. R. Watson, State : the costal area.
(522 North Washington son, Edgar, spent
of Mr. and Mrs.
Fred Braduhaw of Jacksonvillewere "To
Rev. and plies, repel
of the y
Albany, Georgia. Tele- as guests R. L. McDowell. They were accompanied -
week-end of Mr. mid to
W. R. Wilkinson. guests things begin
1104.. Mrs. Mrs. W. L. Wall. home Sunday by Mr. cane isolates the ; I
1104. THAD HUCK- and Mrs. C. F. Ward who spent wrecked AnnouncementWe
Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Dlnklns and cruising
l Albany, Georgia. the day in Jacksonville.Dr. .
daughter Joan, and Madge Mrs Y. A. Harris of Gaines- I I train of events

10-27 4t the circus In ville the first of the week main characters in pleased that Mr. C.
Brownlee attended spent are to announce
and Mrs. C C. Mendoza of ;
I r
motion and at
i PECANS: .Get my pricest Jacksonville Monday night. here as the guest of her soninlawand I
and Jacksonville were guests Sunday. cast of characters T. Wade is now in our meat department.We .
\: you sell Geo. :Inman ate 1 daughter Congressman I
of :Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Griffin.
Farmers' Market, Starke, Kodak Finishing, Homer Bros. Mrs. R. A. Green I I Francis, a
home line of Native and
They were accompanied by quarreled with ; carry a complete I
tf Studio. their son, Cliff, who has:
Mr. and Mrs. W H. Minor of young Hale,_a .
.. Western Meats including Lamb and Veal
I spent some time here with his; collector and ,
Akron Ohio will arrive the first ; a j

of the week to upend some time I grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Grif- ers at the Ownley COED"I at very attractive prices.
SEZ fin. Aj
book is
: missing
here as guests of Mr. and Mrs. *
.i -- g by Ownley and J 1
T. Frank Landrum. lens
'j' ..,'Don't lot the cold weather slipup New shipment .( suit, a story to give FANCY FLOItini ANY CUT: found I
ull colors and "stiles' ) ? 914.05 to$11.M.
on you one of these moonlight Friends of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd I "April Was
at Alvarvi.
-6 Il nights without,, sufficient co\cr onyour Green and daughter Judy, will be I Barry Benefield, STEAKS - - 20c I

....: bed. Interested to learn that they have wistful novel
; Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Hoffman
(" into their new home on in a big city. In
moved .
Of course I know that you can of Pine Castle were guests last MIXED: l'upn.I''
get up and take up one of the North Walnut Street. week of Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Wall.
hattan house .
rugs and pull over you but rugsIn GROUND MEAT - ISc 1
Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Brown and a band of
the cleanest! of houses are Mrs. 0.. L. Beasley and Mrs. J.
children. Marcus and Florence likely to meet.
usually full of dust and germs. W. Kincaid were luncheon guests '
Kin b round
the week-end in fessor who has
Pauline spent
Cold medicine may be cheaper but Wednesday of Mrs. Hart String-
blanket are easier to take. Be Tampa with Mrs. Brown's mother, fellow at the Golf Club in Gaines nlon of the city
wise, buy a blanket. Mrs. J. J. Fitzgerald ville. vestigations into - -
And there Is his

Friends of Bill Powell will be Mrs. J. M. Alvarez spent sev-I'JLula (alias Dlk ) CHUCK I'cMlltll

UY NOW BEFORE THE RISE Interested to learn that he Is in eral days this week In St. Augustine the world a ]
he has accepted ( '
Punta Gordu where I
with Mr. Alvarez who 1s con- troubled place- STEAK
- - 12'2cGreen's
with the Gray-
'NO ADVANCE YET ON a position fined to the Flagler Hospital be- fourth deputy i ,

BLANKETS Flynn Construction Co. cause of illness. Friends of Mr. drifts Into her

Work Alvarez: will be glad to learn that I name Is Mole.
PART WOOL Mens Mr. and Mrs. George A. Marks! he Is expected to return to his I
of Deland emn as that of
and daughter. Marjorie I home the latter part of this week.
with a secret
and Mrs. DeWitt C. Jones of
Gainesville were guests last weekend BROOKERHy as clean as a

of Mrs. A. M. Darby a knight' And
Blue and L. L.
Powder Mrs. I'arker
of Mole Is the
= Denim Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Sewell outsider, Judith

Well Made a regular $1.23 spent a few days this week In The Christmas Junior Class Club of Formed the"Brook- stirring deeds are 55

value-only Bartow where they attended the Is moving faster '
funeral services Wednesday afternoon er Sunday School, says: "Old You can feel like
moved before.
Santa will not have such a hard I
of Robert Hughes Jr "
$1.00Pair job this year as we are goingto "The Arrogant '

x Friend. of Mrs. L. E. Moseley help him out," For two weeks Ben" by Clarence a millionaire-

will be Interested to learn that they have been working so they beautifully a+ ,

iaJ of her will be prepared when the Jolly ecuted novel for 91
FOR WOMEN she was notified recently for i
supervisor of Ole Fellow arrives. Although renders, and also

100PwO. SI'Iii'" Peter's- Comfort t appointment Bradford County as sewing rooms. they are little children >ou should mce who liken a w if

66x80i see the work they are doing. We f
will be
Mr. and Mrs. D. T. Clark of are sure Santa pleased.

i DOUBLE COTTON Shoes Miami and Mr. and Mrs. W. M. They call this club" "The Junior i I FT.omnA ... DUO-THERM'S lena. '
Christmas Club. Fart of the -
BLANKETS Wainwright and family of Talla- i \' .
of work they are doing will go to I heater gives you po Hiv. ,
week-end guests
BLACK SOFT VICI hassee were I Program for the ""w
$1.19 Mr. and Mrs. N. D. Wainwright the orphanage. The club consists October forced heat like a modern, I
of four boys. Billy Crosby, Sam expensive basement furnace! I "

$2.00OF Sr. Stanley Crosby and
LOT LAST It bring ceiling heat down
Lowell Douglas, and eleven girls.Hazel ,
returnedto Ann Southern-
Pair Mrs. A. C. Durden has where you need it- Stokes. Edith Fowler Con-
I her home in Tampa after in [1J,, heat aU through the house- !
nie Tylar, Effie Hargraves, Marie
weeks here as .
spending several -FAHT AND w warms chilly corner*-banUhe
omens Shoes SWEATERSFOR son-in-law and Edwards, Cola Mae Parker, An- I
the guest of her hot ceiling and cold
nie Lee Rogers, Annis Crosby,
and Mrs. O. L. Saturday I
\\ AND ENDS daughter Marlyn Crosby, Agnes and Dorothy -I Double ." floor I IYou

THEY LAST FOR BOYS Beasley. Crosby with Mrs. Lonnle I II Randolph Scott get even,uniform floor- j

ALL WOOL fj I Miss-Gloria Johns Miss Martha I Parker, their teacher, as president Lindsay : I to-ceiling comfort with Duo-

$1.00 With zippers 'm .I Lee Ryan Kinsman, Tommy, all Bitch of Jacksonvillewere and Richard of the club.Chul"C"h Sat.. and Sun. "20,()()()-MEN also 1 Therm's new PowerAirandltaavesatleastSinfueleotsl I I

TOM of Mr. and Folks don't forget the Fifth
I SAWYER Only week-end guests OTTO
Meeting which meets
Mrs. Car- ;
T. J. Griffin and "SCANDAL
$1.00 ; Mrs Deeden Church this Satur-
Oet clean silent regulated
Rltch. I :
Corduroy rie ___ day and Sunday. Sunday & i heat-and more of it from I ,
SWEATERS Farm Home Destroy James Stewart -- .
TWIN Miss Martha Brownlee I every drop of oil, with DuoTherm' I
Jacksonville The farm home of V. V. Hazen In '
Qveral Ernest Roebuck of patented Bias-Baffle
to $2.98 the week-end In Foley u farmer near here was completely Burner!
FOIt $1.98 spent brother- destroyed by fire last Sunday afternoon "",\ I .

oYS & GIRLS I:guests of Mr. Roebuck's!II'. and Mrs. Mr. Harris, a tenant, -Also"M.tRCll Cost no more than other i ji

Sizes 2 to 12 SWEATERS in-law and sister was living in the hotuw. Mr. and i this new \ heater See them today I IP.
MENS joe Foley. In \ I
Mrs. Harris : "Everything
I Tuesday .. DUO-THERM S. Enjoy a cooling breeze
$ Some
$1.95 $1.98 $2.98IT Mr and Mrs and John Mr.M.and Sikes Mrs., of the and kitchen most all wuJoat.the clothing also.quilts Leslie easy tern\sl In umm r-from your

White In I
Fort on
The fire la said to have caught
PAYS TO BUY ATiTERNBERC'f- I Fred Slkes and baby of Washington ". Power.Air'I
luncheon guest* from the roof and only a comparatively -
D. C.. were
small amount of insurance
Mrs. Titus I
I Sunday of Mr. and Thurs., Fri.
the was carried on the house.
Olson In the afternoon Lana Turner QUIGLEY & DAVIS :
close r
I party visited their old friends j Pour pecan tree that was in"DANCING I
C Fred to the house were killed by the

Mr.SikH and.Is Mr secretary L. fRay.Senator I fir*. Mr. and Mrs. Harris have Starke Florida C r;,

three children a boy 10 years a
,Andrews la Waabin!tou-: |, .- ri ii I,

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!I By Mr. Floyd K, Crosby Fernando ,
GET BETTER I ________ ___ __ ----_ .__ walking \1
.. nt ,,
-- --- j Mr. and Mrs Mills Kelly and ,
1-- .
children of Lake Butler were .s
HINTS FOR | which
,-The third annual Tallahassee,-Fire Chief White were I
I By careful marketing methods I visiting relatives here Sunday afternoon of the Fire asked thaI I th, ard"
COMMON SENSE. . Okaloosa Festival and Birthday Tampa Department
growers can get more money for Celebration went off in fine style was commended today by Colin The bottle wits n1
G M. Bennett is back home
IT PAYS TO RAISE "HOME GROWN" MEALS I their pecan nuts. There are certain here last week with attendants at English, state superintendent of Captain Fred \. *..", .. rq
QUALITY CROPS TO By Anna Mae Sikea requirements recognized by after a six weeks' visit in Jasper E. Watts ,
and all events exceeding all expecta public instruction for his pro- Man, 'HOOK P
SATISFY CUSTOMERS Extension Nutritionist the pecan Industry which, if observed Valdosta, Georgia.left last week tions of the festival committee. gram of school heating Inspectionto bottle was pm ,,11 ,h,
the when he Is Randolph Crosby May 11. Wa
by grower disclose fire hazards that 1939 and '
Farmers who endeavor to raise Three meals a day for 365 daysin gathering his crop, will result in for Plant City. threatening the safety of the ship was gtWl1. 11. ,past j
Miss Iris of Wateroak
the highest quality fruits, vegetables the year from home grown i better prices. For instance, pe- Sapp Har- children. English expressed the 41 minutes north d
A. D. (Pop) '
last with 'Hilde
I spent Tuesday night
and other farm productsnot foods for the farm family call, cans should not be knocked from Miss Arsula Crosby.Mr. kins, 44, former commander of hope that other fire departments degrees 12 mIIJUI', WeHI
receive the highest pricesbut before mature. tude.
only the trees they are It
careful to be sure and throughout the state would Was ID''
for coop-
planning Florida American Legion,
Mrs. Charlie "eSlIlIg
aqd McKinneyand
also rest assured the sale that the
they may This not only discourages erate with school officials content,
that practicablearo children of Starke visit- well-known In TItusville, was and Jt the
that all foods are were
satisfied customer
that they have of pecans in the consumer mar- Were In pertel"
in simUlar ,
grown, and stored or preser kets early in the season, but dam- ing Mrs. Arie Brown and Miss fatally injured las week in an I ht principals....,..'.._._ a under- nafuon.
collision Greenwood -
One has only to ask the grocer ved for use when not available I( ages the trees to the extent of reduced Nona Brown Sunday and were accompanied automobile near T-.
home by Mrs. Brown. He died in a Marianna TO GET ."
in the fresh state. 11.LO.
who sells to the consumer to learn crops the next season. \:\
Mr. and Mrs. Tullie Norman hospital of Internal injuries. GOOD SALE HELD
the efficacy and value of produc- To give some idea of the Pecans should be spread in an Clermont.Feclerni, liousl
and daughter Miss Dorothy Nor- .----- Arcadia,-Another good livestock ministration
ing high quality crops. He1 the amount of foods needed in a open space for airing and not loan, ire ,
of sale was held at the local to be pr
man Gum Branch and Walter POLICK IIEADQU.UCTKRS: available
one who hears the housewife say week, the tables prepared by the left overnight in the original pIcking tm 110111f
she is well pleased with the to- Bureau of Home Economics, U bags. This causes sweat and Underhill of Rising were dinner KOimEUMiami. auction market Tuesday and structlon In Cle.rnom In a
guests of Mr and Mrs. L. A. theft in- easily maintained the reputationof
The mately
matoes, citrus, pork, or other S. Department of Agriculture damage to the meats. If possible ,- thirty days accon.,
products she buys and he's the Washington, D. C., in Bulletin keep varieties separate, as the Crosby Sunday. vestigation by police here today the market for quality of stuff Geo. F. Westbrook who

one who collects a higher price 1757, Diets to Fit the Family In- lowest grade nuts In the bag reg- Mr. and Mrs. Itusseil Normanof was $131 stolen from the drivers' offered and prices received. A that while no official aotir
for the high quality product and come, show how the individual ulate the price. Vanderbilt were visiting relatives license bureau at their own head- total of 396 head of stock was put been taken by the directors

has to sell the low grade stuff food needs of the family may be and friends here Sunday. quarters. It was the third time up and all sold 354 head of calves Citizens Bank of ,>rm' >
for what he can get. met adequately at minimum mod- After pecans are dry and cured, Rev. H. M. Tillman of Jacksonville this year thieves had Invaded and mature cattle and 15 head matter has been under

When the farmer with quality erate, and liberal cost. remove sticks and for shucks sale. before filled his regular appointment police headquarters and escaped. of young hogs, and the total returns discussion In anticipation e
offering them Trash
at Corinth were approximately $5,600.
I Baptist Church completion of
brings his crops to mar- These tables are computed for city retina
produce adds weight but makes a bad |
This the total
Saturday and Sunday. brings receipts for and that he
ket he receives a much better individuals of different sex I STUDEBAKER TO SPEAK is quite certaid
sample. Then pack them in clean
Mr. and all sales since the market
Mrs. M. J. McRae and openedin arrangements
price than the one who has Jow and activities. The low group Lakeland, John Studebaker, will De !
and close to
bags tightly prevent
Miss Llllle McRae of Starke at- May to around $90,000. by that institution
United States Commlsstone- of el
grade, nondescript, and non-unl-I would use more bread and cereals. waste in transit to the market. tended church at Corinth ( ai the *
form crops. Often, a farmer' Milk and vegetables should remain After this procedure you are Sunday education and 'William F. Russell possible momentMonogrammed

with low grade produce has difficulty the same. Cost may be increased ready to demand the best possible evening. I dean of Teachers College, Columbia TO WINTER IN FLORIDA --+

in finding a market for it, or decreased by selectionof price the market can afford. Corinth B.Y.IMJ. Fish Supper University will be the Tampa-Roland Butler, general personal 8'4
even at low prices, for the American foods within the group. Cost The Corinth B. Y. P. U. meta I principal speakers at the Con- press representative of the Ring- ery at the Bradford County !
Do not sell them to the first
housewife has learned that of food can be reduced by greater t Sampson Lake last Friday gress on Democracy to be held at ling Brothers-Barn and Bailey graph.

high quality products are pro- use of home produced food. Itinerant trucker that cornea to night and enjoyed- a fish supper.-- Florida Southern College, Novem- Circus, while In Tampa enroute
your door. He cannot possiblypay All reported a nice time. from Sarasota to Jacksonville STOMACH GAS EXPEI
duced and she is going to demand ber 10-12, President Ludd M. laid ,
Insufficient food results in inadequate
them and she is willing to pay a and the best price, as he has to Mr. and Mrs Colonel Crosbyand Spivey has announced. at rest again, the rumor that the There is no need to let sta
better price for them. growth impaired make a profit. Find a legitimate family of Brooker attendedthe big show would not return to gas cause loss of sleep and]
health and Indifference to '
vigor. dealer who and
grades processes Fish Fry. ClLlIBIDISBANDS: Winter quarters in Sarasota this your disposition Just til.
So It pays not only in higher food and indiscret choice may with connections in the '
pecans at "Our plans are all made for' spoonful of BUma-Rex In ]
satisfaction Jasper, Wednesday night year. a
but in personal -
revenue produce minor Ills that take the
Northern also
markets. True he of
FLA. STATE FARMBy the circus to winter in Sarasota water before going lj
at having pleased the con of life the Hamilton county Courthouse, (0 bed and
out the
joy pave way has to make a profit as the pecans ma-Rex
sumer to raise good farm com- for serious Miss Enza Weaver the Hamilton County Chamber of this year as previously," Mr. But- relieves stomach di
consequences.The cannot be delivered
shipped as fort due
modities. True, it may take more Commerce was disbanded, after ler said. "After our performancehere to acid-indigestion i
work, more care, and more money physical and spiritual wel- to him. Processing as to Mrs. A. F. White and little son, two hours of discussion and talkas Monday, October 30, we will ly. Buy a bottle of 50 do.
fare of the la in size, grade and Is necessary -
to produce quality goods, but it's family largely quality Billy have returned to her homein to the relative advantages and go to Sarasota for the Winter. In 50o at the Rexall Drug St|
the hands of for and in most Instances -
one responsible
I pecans Carpenter's Drug Store
profitable to do so. Jacksonville after spending disadvantages of the Chamber.Out reply to question regarding the In SH
meals. is have to be cleaned bleached
It true that a good digestion -
By their studies in breeding, several weeks with her brother, of the twenty five members plans for next Winter, Mr. Butler
cultivation, fertilization, pest goes along with a good and polished before they can be Paul McLendon.Dr. present there was only one mem- said as far as he knew none had THEJACKSONVILLE'Jrt
disposition, and that a bad dispo- offered in the best stores. But,
control feeding, and other phasesof and Mrs. W. E. Murphree ber voting that the organization, been made.
sition Is often one of the conse- then you have only paid one pro-
crop and livestock production, 1 attended the Medical Conventionheld be continued in its then present
quences of wrong food. fit, whereas the trucker sells to
in Ocala last condition: _
research men such as the State Thursday.
Experiment Station and United Differences in age, activity, and the small accumulator, who in Mr. and Mrs. S. O. Raulersonand BUSINESS
turn usually sells to a larger accumulator WEATHER KEEPS JOB
taste within a family makeit
group little Lawrence
States Department of Agriculture son, of Foley li w
who who Inturn sells to Tallahassee, W. H. Markham,
workers have been of invaluable necessary for one plans were Sunday guests of Mr. and DIRECTORY ti
assistance to the farmer In this and prepares meals to know how the large wholesale grading plant. Mrs. Roy Roberts and daughter Tallahassee's volunteer official
Why shouldn't you sell direct to weather observer for 40 -
to meet these dlffernt conditions. Enza Weaver.Mr. nearly
movement for better but
crops, ,
in the final analysis, it depends Lack of ready cash reduces the the wholesale grading plant? and Mrs. Jim Ritch and years, won't have to give up his i tl l lLt ,
amount of available to hobby-job when the new full-time l V
very much on the farmer as to money Rivers Hundley attended the
what kinds of produce he will gratify particular tastes that GUM BRANCH game in Gainesville Saturday.Mrs. U. S. Weather forecast station be- : The drink

raise. Using tried and proved have been acquired, and lack of fly Miss Elizabeth Ilarnage Rachel Geiger and Mrs. gins operating here about the

varieties and breeds of plants and variety of foods on hand at certain Bryan Whitfield spent the day in first of December. J. W. Smith, I1I. that

livestock, the best and most efficient times of the year complicatesstill Mr. and Mrs. B. M. McRae and Jacksonville Wednesday with re- who has arrived here from Cali-
methods of production and further the planning of children of Pine Level were the latives. fornia to establish the new sta- everybodyknows LEADING NOTE
meals. supper guests of J. A. Harnageand Jack tion, said Markham will continueto
taking pains to make the finished Bradley, has been at
product look good as well as Feeding the family is an Important family Saturday night. home with his parents, Mr. and ville make and his reports to Jackson 11 1V C;q'-111.. proof a'' CI.sew wens...ii ..

taste good are some of the things business involving many Mr and Mrs. J, S. Sapp, Mr. ,Mrs. N. Bradley for several Savannah. :< .
SUMMER ]w0eeo
the farmer must do to achieve problems, rather than a mono- and Mrs. J. D. Reddish, and P. D. weeks, has returned to his workIn 5s. ..,

success In this matter. tonous routine. Some knowledgeof Reddish spent the week-end In St. Ft. Scriven, Ga. ICOCACOLA COMFORT 011 room_.,will. wtt hb worn.*.

Demand for high quality farm why the body needs food and Petersburg attending the Associ- Mr and Mrs. Jack Pendley of OUR MILK .. radio,and Vtn.tlaa Hindi Zwrf'M

products Is steadily increasingand what foods will 'supply its needs! ation meeting.Mr. Stuart were guests of Mr. and BOT. CO. with.........prlD9 RwlttMi and nadwilamp. .

the farmer who does not meet is necesassary as a background i and Mrs. Edd Parrlsh Mrs. Mrs. B. C. Prince last Friday. Swu.ingicewcws.wresPOP

this demand will find it more and for planning meals. This knowl H. Keene and son, Harley, of Miss Sadie Prince was shopping 1 WE ARE ULAR.ItICID

more difficult to succeed as time edge Is also necessary in order this section and Mr. and Mrs. in Jacksonville Friday. t PRESCRIPTIONEXPERTS COCKTAIL LOUNGE end

goes on, to combat misinformation that Is Eaton Parrish and sons- Frank Mrs. Ivan Hazen, who is teach- COFFEE SHOP

1 abroad today. and Pete, of Hellbronn were visit- ing in Jacksonville, spent the
LEVY WOMEN CANNING Ing friends\ and relatives In Lake week-end here with her husband, CARPENTER'SThe OtlwIfeM /.* P_'HIt.

Levy County home demonstration SKA: ISLAND GOOD IN. LAKE Butler Sunday afternoon. Ivan Hazen. Seldom Equalled Rexall Store rattM-ClHiir.mMo-H01' DoSoto-

club women have been very Lake Is among the few produc- Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Norman and Miss Marlon Dowling and Car-

busy canning vegetables, fruits )pg counties of Florida harvest- daughter, Dorthea, and W. H. olyn Green of Starke were callingon Never, Surpassed NEAT APPEARANCE
and. meats for Fall and Winter ing a good Sea Island cotton Carter were visiting Mr. and Mrs. friends here Friday.

use A recent club tour revealed crop this season. Growers coop- L. A. Crosby Sunday.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Cox are 1\1 e a n sOTTO

496 quarts of home-canned, erating In the seed program and Mrs. W. R. Conner and visiting relatives in Raleigh N C., I PETERSON'S F. STOCK'S Dry CleaningSee
meats, vegetables, and fruits In, being carried on by the State Ex- children of Starke spent Sunday for several weeks.

one home-maker's pantry, 32 periment Station and the United with Mr. and Mrs. Felix Sapp. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Landers were I DAIRY
varieties in another's Miss Wilma States Department of Agricul- Mr. and Mrs. Edd Parrish and in Avon Park over the week-end. CLAYTON STRICKLAND

Richardson, home agent, reports. ture and other producers are reporting Harley Keene, Jr.; were visiting

good yields according to Mr. and Mrs. Eaton Parrish Mon-
ORANGR' TRIKS" CLOVER County Agent R, E. Norris day night.

Several trial! plantings of clover .--- Mrs. P. D. Reddish spent the

will be made by Orange County The general use .of cod liver oil week-end with Mr and Mrs. El- i
dairymen and cattlemen this in poultry rations followed the don Sapp. Ifi

month County Agent K. C. Moore discovery of vitamins A and D, Mrs. Felix Sapp was visitingher (

reports. about 1922. sister-in-law. Miss Hazel Saoo.
of Starke Tuesday afternoon.

INSURE WITH Mr. and Mrs. R.I.*. demons.of I

Starke were visiting Mr. and
JOHNS & WAINWRIGHTFIRE Mrs. W C. Clemons Monday.


Phone 13 STARKE, FLORIDA l\1r.-II. H. Lewis n. .taro s

Mrs. Walter Underhill spent
the. week-end in Jacksonville N. i'jMV' .

I BOREE FUNERAL HOMEFull visiting! relatives.

Mr. and Mrs. R. M. '
line of Caskets sit Undertakers Supplier Crosby and
AMBULANCE SERVICE children were dinner guests of ay
DAY AND NIGHT their son-in-law and daughter

131 PHONE--134 Mr. and Mrs. Luther Harrell of 'f i io

O. II. BENNETT MKT. Brooker Sunday
"A HOME-LIKE Miss Irene Lewis Is spending C I

INSTITUTION"I, this week with her brotherinlawand I
sister, Mr. and Mrs. Wood- *
row Thomas of LaCrosse
FUNERAL DIRECTOR Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Conner _

Sly Many Yean Experience Make It Possible for Me to RenderEFFICIENT. were dinner guests of Mr. and L

PROMPT and COURTEOUS SERVICE Mrs Russell Carter of Hellbronn I 4 ,

MODERATE PRICES Sunday.Mr. r wtl,

DeWITT C. JONES I and Mrs. Bishop Thomas I,
Sturke, Florida 1 of LaCrosse were visiting Mrs. t ..i > d
r Thomas' Parents, Mr. and Mrs. H.t
H. Lewis Sunday..

-,-------_.,- - .. Mrs. Neta White of Jackson-1

vllle is visiting her sister, Mrs '
FREE! Walter Underhill this week. j'I

Mr. and Mrs. Wood row Thomas So

GREASE JOBS, WASH JOBS-FOR of LaCrosse were dinner guests I refreshing

THOSE WHO USE OUR SERVICEWe of Mr.. and Mrs. Jeff Lewis Sunday

at lunch
are equipped to render expert serviceon Mr. and Mrs. Elam Lewis and time

daughter, Agnes were visiting -

generators, starter motor, complete ignition Mr. Lewis mother, Mrs. E. J. With something good
and break Lewis Sunday. eat, you want something J
a complete I O. E. McGauley of Brooker was good to drink. Make ice-cold Coca-Cola / e

line of parts-Get our prices before I in our community Saturday.Mr. you'll add and

you buy this service. and Mrs. H. H. Lewis were a taste-surprise to lunch. It's the

visiting the bed-side of Green drink that makes lunch time refreshment

We Can Save You MoneyCODW'ay's Newsome Saturday afternoon, he time.
is very ill at his home near tarke.

; .

Service Station Calling Card Sal*: 100 far 89c. STARKE COCA

U. S. Royal Tires and Batteries :Never this low before. Special I COLA BOTTLING CO.PAGE

I process resembles enc-i a g. .
Depot for Florida Motor Lines Many styles to choose froou

Bradford County Telegraph.


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By Miss! Vclmik Norman i By l\lrs. L. Go kui..

-| METHODIST TKESBYTEKIAN EPISCOPAL I CIIRISTIAN Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Bills and Mr. and Mrs Acle Williams and ':...

J.\1'flS TSo Rev. Chas. H. Allen, Rev Fred Yerkon, Jr. i Sunday School is number two in a seriesof Board for details. little son Marlon of Worthington daughter Marjorie, and his mothe. -
LllblfuDt Rnv. Frank Pastor Uoblnson Pastor Rector Mrs Ira Wilson Supt 12 seto of questions and answers Q: In the event a man who has Springs! were visiting Mrs. Ellis, Mm Williams of Jacksonville -
!'I.lor Sunday School Supt. Sunday School: most frequently asked about received a lump-sum payment parents Mr. and Mra. F. M. Norman spent Saturday night here 1
E K. Ferryman Miss Ella
merhaoiplashav J. Basse
...1,i.r ,ilen. Superintendentof .OrganistMrs. E. M. Davis ,' 10 o'clockcnr'Rcil social security legislation, by R qualifies for monthly benefits of this section last week as the guest of Mr. and Mr. J,

,I" j. Church School Church School Supt. Mrs James Carlisle OF rmusT! B. Donaldson manager of the what adjustment will be made L Gasklna.. j

"tutDI Eervleei I Church 10 :A. School M. Roy Mathews I Sunday ServIce.School, Harry Pickup, Florida field office In Jackson with respect to the money already end.Mr.. and Mrs. H. L. Norman and Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Davis were

il'i M.'l'r.nlnlf, I Mornlne Worship Church 10 A.School M. 10 A, '. Bible Study Pastor 8pm. ville. Set number three will ap- paid him? family of Vanderbilt were shopping visiting his sister and brotherinlaw -

... '.,0 P M"JIll Service, 11 A. M.Evening Morning Worship I I Sundays __ 11 A. M. Sermon and The pear next week. A: The amount of the lump- In Jacksonville Saturday. Mr. and Mrs Albert Griffin
derv ice Worship 11 A. i.Sigma M. Friday. __ 8:00: P. M. Lurda Supper 4 p. m. Q: How do the amendments sum payment which he received of Raiford of Raiford last Friday. "J,
a Meellfl Service 7:30: P. M. Chi 7:00: p. m Holy Days__19 A. M. evry Sunday affect workers now already 65 or will be deducted from his monthly Wadues Bloodsworth Johnnie Crews of In I
of this McClenny
l'1t.du People's' was visiting relatives section
", e:00: League Young Meeting ------_ MIN'. ALJJANCK approaching that age? payments. t Sunday.We visiting here at the home of hilt {
MonalCanova A Older workers now have an Q;: Must a worker retire In
P. M.
6:30: MISSION HALLSponsor. GOSPEL TAB.Sponsored President to that Harold son, Mr. and Mrs. Daniel
feTpi Powell. .. Prayer MeetingWednesday The R.-v. Frank opportunity to get monthly benefits order to receive his monthly are glad report Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Gaskins were
0 who
this section,
I T:30 P.M.Mrs. : by Robinson Alvarez of
: benefits ?
whereas under the original
lan Mr. ; Mrs. J. O. Randall

Mrs. visiting Mr.
Cbltr Mr. and Mre.J. Vice President removed isrecovering
has had his tonsils
Cons F. M. Long.Organist .
J. T. became 65 before A: Yes. But under the revised
''I of Jlcklll.r T. Quigley QulileyEvangelistic The Hev. Leslie. law no one who at the State Farm Monday
f I Service ShepherdSecretaryTrenmirer 1941 could qualify for monthly law, his 65th birthday does not nicely
Mt.. E. K. Ferryman, Bible Study each each Friday and Sun- night.
rJrreo' end of his Mrs J. W. Knight and daughter -
Assistant Organist Tue. evening 7:30 day benefits. necessarily mark Is
>,well evening 7:30 The Kev. Fred' Yrken L. C. Clemons spending some
ba Q: How soon could a worker participation in the insurance Sandra have returned to time at Ocala where he is employed -
-- ---- ------ -- -- ----- ,
--I who was 65 years of age In 1936 plan. He will continue to accum- Jacksonville! after visiting relatives j

METHODIST MISSION HALL AN1 begin receiving monthly benefits? ulate wage credits as long ns he of this section the pust Dr. and Mrs. R. P. Taylor of
Bob Jones CHURCH NOTES TABEKNACLKGood I A: A worker who was 65 years works In a job covered by the |, wf'l'k.Mr.' Jacksonville were visitors here

old In 1936 may begin receiving program no matter how old he is. \ and Mrs Clyde Johns of last Wednesday.

singing featured the Bible monthly benefits In July 1940 Q: Does a worker have to re- Vanderbilt' are visiting In Jack Misses Marjorie and Abbllena

gents On HereBereaffer The morning service of worshipwas study hour at the Mission Hall provided he had 4 quarters of tire In order to file a claim foroldage I
conducted by the pastor of last Tuesday night. The children covered employment In 1939 and 2 Insurance benefits? Ross and his mother and week at the State Farm with their

the First Methodist Church the who come are benefltted by the quarters of covered employment) A: No. A worker does not son all of Jacksonville were aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. O.

knot knowledge the world Rev.* Frank,Robinson on last Sun- Scripture verses they learn and In 1940. have to retire from covered employment visiting friends In this section Crews

It Is. wisdom; The knowl- day m conjunction with a large by the singing of spiritual songs. Q: Is it now possible for a I to file a claim for Sunday afternoon .

rtich men stave acquired Is group of worshipers. The organ The season will soon arrive for worker 65 years old who has received benefits If his wages are less than Mrs. Doris Norman and Mrs HAMPTON .oj.ojBy

,used by depraved men toft was playe In a most acceptable) the coming of visiting teachers" a lump-sum payment from $15 a month, but he would haveto Manning of this section Miss Ada Nlmmo .
civilization It Is being manner by Mrs. F. H. Long and I I and Mr. Tlbbitts and the boys. the Social Security Board to retire to receive such monthly were visiting In Starke Tuesday -

It. rink ships at sea to drive the choir rendered a beautiful anthem -J, Watch the papers and post office qualify for monthly benefits benefits. All workers who are afternoon Bishop Surrency of Gainesville, '
funks across bloody battle- during the service. for announcements. 'under the amendments to the now approaching retirement age
I Mrs. Ellen. Barber and sons will speak at the Methodist
make poison gasIatroy The Scripture for last Social Act? are advised to consult or write + I
mod to The evening service was con- Tuesday'sBible Security Jacksonville are visiting her parents church next Sunday, October 29th,
by long tor- study was a of the 1 A Yes. Consult the nearest I the nearest field office of the '
men ducted entirely by the Young, portion : Mr. and! Mrs F. M. Norman'of at 11 o'clock A. M. The pastor,
agony People of the Intermediate department 106th Psalm the 23rd to the 37th field office of the Social Security Social Security Board for details. will
tlDJ Vanderbilt the Rev M A. Soper, preach
genius has in most verses. The Psalmist here describes -I t
inventive a Interesting .
a,by his --- at 7:30: o'clock P. M. Everybody
I rather attractive house manner Mrs E. K. Perryman the degeneration of the I LIE TIIEL HOOTSEY'S BEACH IH Invited.

'to is drunk on amlbltlon and presided at the organ and played nation of Israel because they refuse Boy ScoutsPromptly lly Mre, I). It. \Vowdunl fly Mint Elite CrawfordJ Professor and Mrs L. Wiggins
mad by pride and he Is several beautiful selections be- to obey the Word of God Miss Ophelia Bryan and Professor to ,f
the dynamite which his sides playing for the special and spoken through His Prophets. At Mr and Mrs. D. D. Woodard S. Roster was a visitor to M. W. Morrow were business) ,
lenlus created to blow up his congregational singing. Those ono time in their history God at 7:30: o'clock on and family were dinner guests of I Lake City last Friday. visitors to Gainesville last sat-
which, because of taking part on the program were, would have destroyed them had r
house Monday evening the entire per- Mrs. A. J. Flndly Sunday. urday.
i the
not Moses stood In the breach and Mrs. G. B. Johns spent "
acquired he Marjorie Davis, Grace Dew, Ida filled his
be has and children Rev W. T. McGuIre y
Wge sonnel of the Scout Troop Mrs. Susie Glisson -
Boy her
Live Oak with
week-end In .
plead with God to forgive them .. ,
able to build. Know- Lulu Davis Freddie Wimberly, appolntmunt at the Christian 4'
hen Committee met for their regular have returned home after a Mr and regular
Moses even" asked God to blot his son and daughter-in-law
cannot save men. We are'fled Arlene Dew Virginia Sewell, : church last Sunday morning
examination period. This weeks' visit In
Lee Johns She waa accompanied -
I In God's Word to seek Patsy Keen Lyle Anderson John own name out of the book of life committee from the and evening. The attendance was 9'' If
appointed Mr. and Mrs. Carl Andrewswere them.
if It would the rebellious home by
told that wls- Anderson, Steve Weldon, and help sermons ,
We are of Joe good and two Interesting
Is composed
Rotary Club dinner guests of M. Andrews '
he and A J. Crawford
people was ministering unto. Luther Chlsm
God. We are Michael Dew con- ,
comes from Shirley Colley. K. Wilson, chairman L. A. Davis, were enjoyed. ;,
itiiat if we lack wisdom we ducted the service. The combined ''I In their later history they" failed treasurer b:. L. Matthews Dr. M. Uunday. spent several days of last L. Dees of Plant City Is the

I ret It by asking for It. group of Young people offered to drive out the Canaanites from B. Herlong.; and the Rev. Frank Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Gainey week In St. George Georgia, guest of his sister, MI's..J. V. Ef
two choral selections. This was the land. This opened up a whole vere dinner guests of his mother visiting. friends and relatives. this week. N
modern man Is not humble Robinson, the .Scoutmaster.. tones, k
realize that he needs the regular fourth Sunday even- host of evil. They Intermarried Mrs E. E. Lee Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Burton Rosier of The many friends of little
|h to He resents the Idea that Ing service that is conducted by among the heathen and took to This body meets each month j Miss Gladys Lee was! the week- Starke spent the week-end here Wayne Mattchett who has been

polo;m. [ succeed in building clvlilon the Intermediate Young People on worshipping their Idols. They for Scouts: the for purpose advancement of examining In rank nd guest of Miss Edna Glisson. with his parents, Mr and Mrs. J, I very sick In a Jacksonville hospital ji '

and empires In such a each fourth Sunday evening. sacrificed their own children to following Mrs. Cynthia Lee was the weekend S. Rosier will be glad to learn that
: their iind for Merit Badges. The
the false of neighborsand
I u to solve the problems of On next Sunday morning the I I committed gods abomina- Scouts satisfactorily pass guest of her daughter Mrs. MIsH Dephna Hllltard of Wood- he U Improving. ce

nee. We do not get wisdom District Superintendent, the Rev. every ed examinations and were awarded 0. L. Sllcox lawn spent Sunday night here
tion But there
we are on dress parade or Di% J, H. Daniel of Jacksonville arose possible.men of God who stood in Manly Badges In the follow- Miss Edna Gllsson and Evelyn with her sister, Mrs. J. B. Gas- Got MALARIA? ,
the platform of will deliver a sermon. The service Coleman were visiting Miss .
idng across Michael" A. Dew
the breach made by their sin and ing subjects; kins.R. If have Malaria It j
We get wisdom not when of worship will be conducted by successfully interceeded for the Photography and WoodcarvIng; Gladys Lee Sunday. N Crawford and son Robert to yourself you and your family, you owe to Jilt: !I '

ue on our feet. We get It the pastor and he will be assisted people and God forgave them. Frank Robinson, HI, Journalismand Miss Frances Griffin was visit- attended church at Etonlah rtluf. All over the South-and in 4 g fi tg

i we are ou our faces. It by Mrs. F. H. Long at the organ There are gaping holes in the Photography; Arch Thomas ing Miss Dorothy Gllsson Sunday. near Palatku, over the week-end. 21 foreign countries-Wintersmlth'*
d seem that men would rea- and by members of the choir rendering that surroundsthe Jr., Camping and Animal Ethel Coleman was visiting G. C Fountain and Mr. and Tonic! is known as one of the oldest
wall of defense
Ithat middle Immediately Miss Lee Sunday 13m'him and baby all and most reliable Malaria medicines
anthem. Dorothy
In "the Mrs. Robert
they are an church of the Living God today try; Buddy Davis Indus-I'; I. I I on the market. W. believe you i
robed fix" and that men every- following the dismissal of the The world has been COliS 1st- Sonny Haynes, Safety and of Tampa are spending sometime will agree this Is proof of nvalitu-- j
lit would be looking up to morning service of worship Dr. antly attacking at the point of carving; Bryan Harrell Jr., Cook- to give their wholehearted support here with Mr. and MI'.. Robert I I For your own ake-TRY Winter-

I for deliverance Instead of Daniel will hold the second quar- man's pride ana worldly ambi ling and Pioneering; Leonard F, to the officers and leaders of the Crawford. mnHh's-and sea for younelftWINTERSMITH'S r

J; to dictators military ma- terly conference at which time tion. The wall here has been Smith, Jr., Cooking and Farm Troop. In thin way the program: Mr and Mrs. A J. Chlsm of

aery, forms of government reports will be heard from the broken down and the world and Mechanics; Enoa Hayes Horsemanship of Scouting can be effectively car- St George, Qit., are spending
J human leadership for help. pastor and the officers of the its amusements has stolen Into and Woodcarving; a ried forward. lie a booster for sometime here with their brother '

life do not need A man. We church Womans Society for the churches and destroyed a total of 15 merit badges. Twentytwo I,' this most excellent boys organization and sister, Mr and Mrs. R. N. TONIC
I The Man Christ Jesus, the Service and the Young Cruwtord.
Christian great host of the defenders. The merit badge applications were -
D of God, and the Son of Man People. A cordial Invitation Is forces of Modernism so-called, filed tor next months examina-

Jstve our sinful, wretched war- extended to all to come and worship have also made a ureach In the tion on Monday evening and sev- .I ;

i bloody. broken-hearted, per I, with us at this hour. walls by hammering at the mindsof eral more, us well as advance- :

bound world. I There will be no evening service I those who are puffed up with ment in ranks were filed on Tues-
'Blessed I u the man that walk- In our church on this Sunday the wind of their own conceit day evening.On .

mi In the council of the uniiy. evening. The congregation is who would rather deny the Wordof Tuesday evening' the Troop

most cordially Invited to attend God than to be thought out of met In its regular weekly meeting'
Re are foolish when we ask the evening service in the First harmony with the current scientific with an excellent attendance of

!OOly men for advice about the' Presbyterian Church. The pastorof vagaries. A great slaughter the members of the Troop. The

,Menu of life. An ungodly man the Presbyterian Church will be has been made at this breach. meeting wan called to order at

iybea, good architect a goodIe ordained at this time. Several Another point of weakness has 7:15: o'clock and the Pledge of Al- first again In beauty ,
features .
or he may be gifted outstanding preachers of this been the desire of men to buildup legiance to the flag was given FIRST AGAIN In

f"? a great many lines. But denomination from other sections i great organizations. As a result followed by the Scout Oath and first again In performance with economy. first '
( Ungodly man could not give will be present to conduct the'I there has been a great falling Laws. After a brief talk by the and luxury. .

fafe advice about the probof service and to ordain the minister. away from the true glorifyingof Scoutmaster the boys separatedinto In driving ease, riding ease and safety tint again
life if he would and he Everyone Is cordially invited to i' God and the glorifying of the their respective Patrol Rooms. again f

ably would not If he could. attend. achievements of men. But thank under the guidance of their patrol In high quality at low cost among all cars In Its price range I
|Since wisdom comes from God Prayer meeting will be conducted God there are always men who leaders.

I the ungodly man Is the man on Wednesday evening at 7:30: will stand In the breach and will Discussions concerning build- &

o) lives without God and does o'clock in the church auditorium uphold the blood-stained bannerof Ings that will soon be erected on ...
II I know God, he Is therefore out to which everyone is most cordially the cross and declare the full the newly secured lot adjoiningthe '- ,.

[ contact with God and since Invited to attend. Choir prac- truth of the Gospel. Will you Community Hall were held. INEW: i '" .
don Is received because we follow immediately upon and fight ,\ "" ce.
tice will stand In the breach The Idea of beginning the crea- { -" 't\ ; "
God for It, then the ungodly the closing of the prayer meeting i shoulder to shoulder with those tion of several Totem Poles for JU.Y'A \ .. tJf p., i1Ie

118 helpless to give us advice service. I who desire to glorify God? this lot was accepted by the :SIYtXN i

f top us solve life's problems. Your are earnestly Invited to Troop and work on these will be- .. '- -,- .
the ungodly man could givethe come and worship with the con- TABKKNACLKServices .: gin within the next flw days. The '

right kind of advice he gregation of the First Methodist were held In the Tab- senior Troop officers decided to .

stably< would not do It because Church at any and all of the serv- ernacle Friday and Sunday nights. construct two such poles to be \ ,
1 to elf-centered. He does not ices of the church. Identify yourself The Sunday night Congregationshave placed at the main entrance of :SUplR S t t8t.Y

Ink of life In the terms of any- with us and help us make the been growing and interest is their property, and each Patrol '. tit'.Jij A .. l

ty but himself and If the ad- church a worthwhile institutionin increasing Next Friday and under the guidance of the Patrol .
ce *e need should not be In ac- our community. Sunday nights there will also be Leader will construct one to be \ : t.l' .IN' i e

'rd with the selfish purpose of services held in the Tabernacle placed In front of their respective 1Jt\z. "

:* ungodly man he probably PINE LEVELBy Come and enjoy the Dlble-center- Patrol Huts Strong competition -

Sid" lend us up "a blind alley" Mm. 11.31. McKue ed messages. Is anticipated in the constructionof ; 'g R : F' qEP'" :
((8f ;
wise us to walk over a preWe. these Totem Poles and a prize I : giF

t 11m. Mr., and MraT F. Hall and TIIERESSABy will be awarded to the group constructing t s"q ;. -I),' :, 1H. s 9t: I

J so glad I learned In my little son Harley of Jacksonville )In. A. L. Sullivan the best and most mean- J RAK I
'"fly days that while It may be spent the week-end here with ingful pole.Continued. : ',9.QI5lD : L .. '

( tight to ask an unconverteder their parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. M.\. MIss Minnie Swindle of Jack- Interest In the ad- -" ; ,

for Information about McRae.Mr. '.onvllle was the guest .of her vancement of the member. of the F ii
*lug and other unconverted and Mrs. W. O. Jackson S. R.
Mr. and Mrs. Troop was in evidence and a large
! parents. .
3 ti bout to other matters that spent part of last"c. .their W. Swindle.Mr. group Is expected to be ready to $S-ILP. VAlVt-IN-HEAD SIX .c

do with material things parents Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Summers of appear before the Court of Hon- aC

l absOlutely! necessary to go; to Boan at Sampson City. and Graham were visiting relatives t or la Jacksonville at the NovemI .0
Godly man If we wish to get the Mr. and Mrs. B. M. McRae here Monday.Mr. ber meeting of that body. .
roper Mr. and I $659tiRE
II Philosophy of life. Bless- children were visiting and Mrs. D. W. Moore were The meeting of next week will r
the man who knows the Dyal at Sampson City
getting Mrs. Willie visitors to Starke Saturday night. I be held on Monday evening at

JYIce. place" when he wishes I I Sunday. F. Hall and Mr. and Mrs. C. Sullivan were t 7:15: o'clock In the usual place. _. \ .

Mr and Mrs.and 1\.11'\.A. and Mrl. H. visitors to Starke Sunday.Mr. I I|The change of the day of meet- ,..- AaM..,..... maa r o....-..... .
and :
BITS SCHEDCIJ son. Harley visiting Mr. and and Mrs. C. R. Moore ing In for this meeting only; this ... --rears rr(11."R P,rel.M..L..s- ...... b -.-./ i {
North Bound 1\.1.\ McRae were Waldo Sun- little sons Charles and Larry, being done so a. not to conflict \ .rI.e..rr.-..Y..a..... ...+. -_ .s .
Leave Starke Mrs. E J. McRae at Gainesville visited Mr. Moore's with the annual carnival sponsored .R.D.... : ().'fl-At." ': anon A Per .w..tr,.
' : 2:45: a. m., 12:3S: Mr. and Mrs. D. W. evening by ., e0. ri+. .rt ..&.- s.d -as 4.r -
next Tuesday
1:50:: parents on
p. m., 3 p. m.., 8:15 day.J. Hall of Daytona spent the
*. W:13: R. Moore Sunday. the P.-T. A.
South p. m. week-end here with his returned Mr. and Mrs.. W. W. Packham seeking advancement in 4
Bound Boys
Leave Starke: 2:20: a. m., 10:20 Little Ronald Saturday Jackson after spending and daughter. Miss Hazel Saturday, were 1 the November Court of Review CHEVROLET
m, 2:2o: howe visitors to Starke themselves at the 1940
p- m. 5:20 p. m. several weeks with his grand- I will present flew
Beet Bound] to TaUahamee and Mrs. G. w. night. busi- home of the Scoutmaster on Mon-
Mr. was a
Ruth Zeigler
.Leave Starke: ISM: p_ m. arrive city. Miss Thursday. I day afternoon for the following
'rite' Boan at Sampson to Starke
12:33: p. m. Norman of Gum i ness visitor tests: Second Class, Number 3- B -
For free Pick-up service (with- Misses Dorthea Doris Goodgeof W. W. Packham and James 10; First Clam, Number 3 -9 10.
and Miss\. transacting businessIn FLORIDA-
city umltsi} phone Lacy Con- Branch Wednesday night Trlest were Merit Badge applicants are required ALL CHEVROLETS ARE SHIPPED TO
Starke spent Saturday. I
t1ageat.. Jacksonville their respective NEW!
with Miss Odessa of Rising I Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Milliken and examiners on or before next Mon- NOT DRIVEN-SO "THEY
rHY offer from Colds? Miss Luclle with Odessa ',children of Ocala visited relative Jay, October 30th and report
spent Sunday night here Sunday afternoon. that this has been done at the CO.I d
9ukkk4 McRae. ]Mra. S. W. Griffith and little regular meeting. ,TORODE CHEVROLET .
' from 666 Donald left Saturday for 3
"Informals" son and
that the parents "
plAte We request
l1all Prlre: Ivory In Miami after a
omsLiqski 100 for $1 50 (fo'e'' 1 P_ I L with their her parents. Jrlanll\ Mra friend flr. Troop of of the Boy members Scouts continue of this I STARKE, FLORIDAveR'r *

Tablet Salve NOM Included). usually P- I'A. L. Sullivan.
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Bradford County Telegraph i What Starkeites Think! MOST TAXES I GIN WILL RUN Hoard. ro'riCiOF'the of power Public vested Fl.F.CTIO'NSj Instruction in It the of I[I the resident the""f.r" 8g", ,. 1

About Change In Date SOON DUECarl ONCE MORE calls Ururtford an election County, Florida to l>.. held herob on I I of by (r"'luh(i., I 1

Established 1877 i TueNday November ZH, Ua9. at 'ompla"or
coUectorfor The Sea cotton gin belonging choolhouii at There. before .i t id
A. Knight tax Isjand the na In Nnv.mbel',
Continued from one) \ 'Li,
( page Special Tax Suhool District No. I,
ClaSs all".allon,
Published Weekly on Fridays and Entered as Second Bradford. stated yesterdaythat to the Bradford County Bradford County. Florida, for the taken as II"V
Matter at the I'ost Office at Starke. Florida have. The Income of the buying all occupational licenses for Cooperative Association, will operate put and'pone fixing; of the ulectlns lulling three: for trustees the ensuing ant.It .. SI
Is ,
._____ _____d_ __ ___ r n __ - -- I public (would remain unchanged 1030-40 were due in the collector for the last time this season two yearn. For the purpoa order be pi f".,I Cl
I and consequently there would be of holding; said election the followIng four cone, ,
MEP&BEI.czj office October first. Thursday, November 2, T. K. are named a. managers: Albert Bradford I S 'Itne
Increased buying.
Wullivnn H It. (Swindle Hill Hall,

IRIQ\PRESS ASSOOATION I Marie Thede secretary to B. K Tax books open on November McClane, County Agent, announced BRADFORD and W 8 tflbley.'COUNTY Clerk.BOARD Ol' ty and"pal'el'State p .'

S. Principal K.: I... Williams approved first and will close April first Wednesday. M. P. Matbenywill PUBLIC INSTRUCTION. (OFFICIAL This jlfpt", ,V
rJ. otwcvtd 7tt ttL \:) of the change. "By spac- 1940. again be In charge of opera. 10-27 6t A.1. UrltflM, Secretary.. Clerk Kelly, of Cir SF" :. "

ing holidays people would have of city, county; Deputy 'V
Prompt payment h added. NOT.Ctd OF KI.KCTIO\, Itt Peel
Matthews __________ ___________Editor and Owner tlons % V *.
E. L. ___ more time to buy. In that sense, and state taxes will be profitably; By the power vented In It the Jacksonville, .h
This has been a very slow year Board of Public Instruction of Complainant, %)li
__nO _____ __________ -- '- -' --.. -.- it would be better. aa discounts are offered for early; for the gin and so far only 1 Bradford t'oun t.l'. Florida, h..rebycall. 2t4

RATE L.. O. Jones member of the> paying property owners. Mr. .. an election to be held on X". 'l'If'Krented
SUBSCRIPTION discounts lithe bales of Sea Island have passed Tuesday November 28, 19,19: at Notice IN h, .
National Guard Company. believed Knight named tax the Hall at In thm ( V tc"
City Hampton Hpecl 1 ti I
Yearly $1.50; Six Months 75c-Payable fn Advance "It would not help business but following order: four percentfor through the machinery. It estimated al Tax School District No. 2, Bradford i City of stark da l Uh','
that about three bales of County Florida, for the aboard of K
No- pur< 0"1
Advertising Rates on Application It would help people by giving payments received during cotton in the county remain un POHB of electingthree trustees and 241h. A. n i I''"' ';
more time between holidays." vember: three percent for taxes fixing the mlllaSB for the eimulni *nf change*. "i two ginned that will be brought here. two yearn. For the purpose of'' roll HH rued ,II,' j.
Charley Nicholson local Insurance paid during December, per holding Maid election the followingare I for 19'e v ax

TilE WAR HAS THEM GUESSING agent said "I think Thanksgiving cent for payments received durIng named a.. manaa-ent: Henry that ,11' rlltme..llng |
f PROCLAMATIONSTATE Saxon Jeff Perry, Charley Hall, *o l I.. ,
Since the war began in Europe a couple of months ago, should be celebrated on January one percent for the and Percy Urlffin Clerk. of Novemliet, v ,*'
I November 30. That day has beet month of February and net pay- BRADFORD: COUNTY BOARD OB hall i It, Htark. ", n
obvious effect this country has been to quiet I due for tardy property. OF FLORIDA PUBLIC INSTKUOTION. M. will hear r, II, 0'
the most on good enough for those who went menu are 10-27: 6t A. J. UrlfflB. Secretary, or agents an :
things off on the political front and to divert the attention :I before us, and If for nothing else owners) waiting until March. Executive Tallahassee Department a.file fixed complaint by IMh

'I but respect to them, we should Tax payers were urged to take IXOTIfK OK ELECTION Knualisers ao.,., I I"
American to those countries across the sea By the power Vented In It the Why the V of the people discount vu
continue it on the traditionaldate. advantage of this system WHEREAS from the earliest Board of Public instruction of changed. 'h l>i,

where history of the most momentous kind is being made. I'I If I could see a gain to be to reduce the burden of the days of our Nation the American calls Bradford an County election, Florida to h. held hereby onTuesday. Beginning 41. .

made in the change I would favorIt. tax department and lessen the I west Corner o n' I II ** "I
I people have set aside one full day November 28. 194 at of NW-|
almost -
Consequently partisan politics, for the time being, have but I burden on ithelr own the City Hall at Mtarke In Special NEM and i ''
see no good to be derived financial each year to give thanks to Almighty Tax School Ulnttlct No. 3, Bradford I W. BO Ft, N. IRnnrene I/l:/, *
The man-in-the- by changing the date a week." pocket-books by not waiting until .. lien". '<
entirely dropped out of the spotlight. God for the blessings they County Florida for the purpose of 50000. 11:
Floried Killlngsworth, law office March and paying net at that electing three. trustee and fixing Lots
have and 2.
street cannot be expected to take much interest in Candidate secretary: "I would rather time. enjoyed the yearn mlllaa-e For the for purpose the ensuing of holding two "I Town nf 3. St 4. ,''
have to
WHEREAS. we reason 28-8-22.
sunk the date be placed on the 30. I must be returned aid election the folowlng are named T. A fJ r"
So-and-So's political ambitions when ships are being All tax remittances give thanks for the fortitude and as manners.: N. D Walnwrlicht to *000.00.
know of no legal way to alter the the collectors office West 81 ft "t j
to tax 81'
and armies of unprecedented size are facing each other on date." accom- faith of our people, which sustains F. ,.iJlj'.L"A.Mtt'm. "' .. Robinson and_ 19. Original '[" '. ', ,,
soon as possible NE'4 of /
our Nation through the most BRADFORD COUNTY BOARD OF : _
the Western Front. D. Drlskell, a farmer, said: panied with a brief description of troubled hours in all Its history, PUBLJU INSTRUCTION. at Lots Stark 8., f-n 1"t .vlI)

"When In Rome do as the Rom-I the tax payers property. Carl and 0-2T Bt A. J. UrlfflB, Secretary. Town, of Stark HI''' h 19
President Roosevelt has said several times, in effect. 211-8-22. SEll II
do. It makes announced this 1o'.n1.
ans no difference to Johns, city clerk "'igistr"
WHEREAS. we cannot but rejoice -i %01'.('!.) OK ELECTION: 3000,00 to 40010) (/ ,1"
that partisanship should be adjourned for the duration of me." week that all city licenses were By the power vented In It the .." of lot I :11.0: :h- ,

the emergency-that national unity should be the paramountgoal G. W. Cheshier, grocery store I due in the municipal building October the nations that we of the aid world at peace that with we Bradford Jouid of County Public, Florida Instruction hereby of Block In NRI,4 28. Origin.of W'I Twi!8.6., f
I *
clerk. stated "I first.' Up to date there has I calls an election to b. held Petroleu Corn.. '
all Americans Republicans and Democratsalike. see no good reason on '"ti from,
sought by tor the been a twenty-five percent set- have been able and (wiping to Tuesday, November 88, 1031t at to: 60000.
This viewpoint has naturally been endorsed, even by changing date. and I feed and clothe the thousands of the City Hall at Lawtey In Special Lots 1. 2. 3, I iexeept >
would rather keep It as It Is," tlement on all delinquent taxes. Tax School District No. II, Bradford 70 ft 1)3 II In .

his political opponents, but the fact remains that partisan At the present time there Is still unfortunate victims of our disordered County, Florida fur-.fne purpose ofelecting 0"111'1".1 Tow, 'r, N'Hrk.' I
Margie McMilllan, waitress in a system that a great humanitarian three trustees and fixing: of S'V'4' 2R-62t 1'111101..,
politics is an essential motivating' factor in any democratic local restaurant r "I would rather ft- tax compromise in effect that leadership has saved the he inlllng-e for the ensuingtwo 2300,00 tit 26011.11)('
year. Fur the purpose of holding W'i of tllnk ,. .
Hens to be
nation-it exists and must continue tu exist. Both parties keep It as It Is." allows all city paving Republic from those forces which aid election the following ala in..y. May cx .' I iiir ri''XI.I
settled for fifty cents on the dol named art J. s. Town of Stark, .
manageis: Austin, ,
'''Will have candidates in the field next year. Both will have J. P. Bell, butcher In one of I threatened to destroy it and that Robei',,: Blancb\. Volley Reddish .Vina; Ueyno, ,, n ?

our city meat markets. sat on the ilar. our historic Ideals of democracy and 0.. 3. 'lllIlIp... ('ie11t. 300000.

platforms. Both will want to win. And'you can't fight a I fence too. "f think either date Mr. Johns also stated that general have been defended, and upheldby l'l'\lLH HHA11I1'0fU'INICTHlIC''ION.!'C'Ol'NTY HOARD OF Block Lot'V4 1.1'& 11/, r !

campaign without partisanship. would be satisfactory," he said. city taxes will be due by those in high! places. i I lU-l1: lit A. J. UrlfflB. Secretary.NO'l'I 'Addition to Star) *I" \l
first. Payments of these 28-6-22. J II. Sail 'I 10
The most troublesome problem now facing politicians is ----- ---- NOW, THEREFOR I, Fred p.1 ('I' OK El.ETIOfly ) ? 1500,00
taxes be made beginning Lots 8, 9. 10 ,
may ii i ,
List of InstrumentsFiled Cone by virtue of the vested the power vented In It the 'I
how to fight their verbal battles without alienating a public November first. The same dla- power Hoard of Public Instruction of v'J' < & Truhy'01.11,! !' "'
in me as Governor of the Stateof Bradford Florida \. of NI4. 1" : ': i
County ,
which feels! strongly that this country must appear unified In Past Month counts: will be offered on the city Florida do hereby proclaim alls an election to be held hereby on front 600.oo to T'.I" ,"11,
taxes as those now in effect for Tuesday ) I, 28, 1939 Lots 2, 3 nt III "k 1//
in the eyes of the world. That's a tough problem, and the and- payments. Thursday November 30 1939, as the ier"lkV"Church: at Vander-! at Addition 10 Stark,. 18.8.22
ill atate county
(Continued from page one) of hilt In Special, Tax School District Keen. from 100U All i5o00l
day thanksgiving and in accordance -
burden of it, of course, falls upon the Republican party. The Those paving liens that are not I No. 10, Bradford County "Florida Inl I, 2, 8, 4 ..f niuk' i T
with Addition
our statutes do to Stork ,
for .1 i NKt:",
Democrats are in the saddle now, and Republicans natur- Deed made February 27. and flied settled for fifty cents on every hereby declare it a legal holiday trustees the and purpose fixing of the electing mlllage three for A.a H.wc,Hall of. NF"from:, 1 v ;;. 0Itr II
11. (
ally hope to unseat them. The question of what issue to use September dollar 'will berry an annual six that we may unite In most the.ui'pose ensuing.of ,holding.two years said. For election the Lots 8, 9, 10 of IJImk n T
J. O. Turner and Mrs. Roberta '
added1'charge against Addition to Stalk ,
humbly offering our and the followln\J are" named .1 NEI, (r
ax managers -
for that purpose is causing many a severe headache amongG. H. Turner his wife of Bibb them after November first. prayers : U'ls.Normal1.\ \! Scott Al- elk W'of NE'4 W ,f Ity. .
supplications to the Great Lord A. H. O'reen, fron. 1000 .
Var.'s. L. 1.Norman ooo.
and Drew
County Georgia. to George W.
O. P. chieftains. As yet city mlllage"has not been and Ruler of the Nation and beseech 1-teddlch Clerk.FlRADJo'ORU Fractional lot 1' & \ 10 ft
10 of .
Thomas and Hollie N. Thomas Fractional Blu'k 21 T
In recent months, the only domestic issue of great his wife of Bradford let but will probably be decided Him to pardon our nationaland PUBLIc: INSTHUCTION.COUNTY BOARD OF Addition to Starki ii. \EI. ui

County. when the city council meets Tuesday other transgressions to D-27 lit:' A. J. OrlfflB, Secretary. & W% of NE'., W >f ny U-i
; enable -
moment has been our neutrality legislation, and over this Deed to land In Starke made September I I U. Kelly from 80000 to 1'On
night. us all, whether In public or Fractional block 21 .It.nl
controversial subject the party lines have split wide open. 20 and filed October 5th. private stations, to NOTICE OK ELECTION! tlonal lot 9 and x 10 ft I of
last was twenty perform our
Edward: L. Carter, a single man Millage year By the p .wfr.v "'*<> In It the Temples Addition 10 StarkeTnomul :
Where for instance potent Republican Senator Borah im-, mils home- several and relative duties Board of' Mallory .,
of. Clay County, to W. H. Ed. mills and thirteen on proi Public Instruction of > from' "

mediately announced he favored rigorous isolationism, p0.- wards. Jr., of Lawtey. Warrantydeed steads. Homesteads are still subject erly and punctually-to render'our t-alls Bradford an County election Florida.to be held hereby on 1600.00.Lots l, 2. 5. 6, .>f Block

to bond payments but escape national government a blessing tall Mm"day'i ,November 28. 1939 at land Mouth of Block i to Lan
tent Republican Senator Taft stood, with the President i in to 80 acres in Bradford the '. Store at New River J. (I, Alvarez Addition to 81:
County made August 31 and filed the general levy. people by constantly beIng 101 Special Tax School District No.. of Madison st and W of

support of cash-and-carry for arms as well as everythingelse. September 21. ." ,.FStarkeiBoy, : > a government of wise, just 12, Bradford County Florida. for St. 2S--.J2.: :MI"* !s, F H
and the Purpose of electing three trui.- Estate, From 285000 to S500
Neither political as a result can make a good\ Enlists constitutional laws discreetly!
group Mantanzas Investment Coi tees and fixing the mlllage for the Commencing Eait ii
Issue of Charlea Pei and faithfully executed. and obey- ensuing two years For th. put Walnut Street at NW ron
campaign out of neutrality-unless something happens ] pany. of St. Augustine to Junli The enlWtm\\L J ed-to and pose of holding said election the Baptist Parsonage lot and ru

to change the M. Smith and his wife. Virginia! der of this city into the U. I S. protect guide all nations followln"' ; are named as manager. 210 feet North TO f..-t Wr
picture drastically. and to bless them with Floyd Wig1hs feet to Walnut Street thence
Smith of Starke. Warranty deed Marines was ,announced this week good Roan Turn.r, H. B.

At the present time the Republican party seems 1 to to land In Starke made Septem.ber by ,Sargeaut B. F. Carter, I In government, peace and concordto t."s..nbY.ItRAIFOjtj anlttStafford) CoUNTy Crew BOAHD, CI.rk.r OF. on" H.said*'Street Knight'Ii Ilvglnnlnii from': USl

20-and filed 28. of enlUtraents In Jack- promote the knowledge and r I PITflI.1C JN1'ITJtUCTtOI'. 11II00.00.
have the September
adopted strategy of biding time and waiting to see charge practice of true religion and virtue I 10-21 lit ,. J. Clrlffl., Secretary. American Telephone and
Minnie Tyson a widow, Wi sonville. Pender has been trau graph Co. Personal) lux fron
what happens. Leaders apparently feel it would be suicidalto V and
generally grant unto all 00 to 100000.
lam Tyson Jr., Lula Lenard ferred to the Marine training I NOTICE OF ELECTION
The Great Atlanti A Pant
take an aggressive partisan line now, and most independent Brule Tyson Elliott Tyson and station at Parris Island S. C., and mankind such a degree of temporal I By the power vested In It th. Co. Personal Tait from 750

commentators agree that they are right. Kathleen Adams, as and being when he has completed the court knows to prosperity be "as He alone< I I Board Bradford of County Public. Florida Instruction, hereby 01 2000.00.Alexander A ,', Persona

being heirs and only heirs at law of study he will 1 ,be assigned duty best. I rails an election to he held on from 160000 to 1000.MW.

On the Democratic side of the fence, matters are somewhat of William Tyson now decease, either afloat on a battleship. Let us resolve to continue faithful I Bill Kr.dd.l"Jja"d.ny-.1 November tttor 101 2* Hellbron 1939 at A. Be.... nl. Ji J, Permna

simpler, but there is still a big question mark there, joined In the execution of th. cruiser,. or airplane carrier, at a to the teachings o( a kind i I in is. Tax School District No. from City 50000 Barber to hh 1000(>|> 00(IS, E. Si

too-and it concerns the possibility that Mr. Roosevelt may I deed by Elfreda Tyson. wife of horn .fetation.'or'at a Marine postIn providence and as a people may: I the purpo"e Bradford of-Bounty electing, Florida three ,true for I Personal Fruit Orowerr Tax from Kxi! WU>rfim 00 (II I'f o

William United ''States! or we be strengthened In our Influ-I tees and fixing the mlllnge for the V .
the said Tyson Jr.. Mac a possession Tax from 60.00 to 100 00
still be planning to do the unprecedented and seek a .third ence for truth. I entitling' two years.. For the niir. I Gui Refining: "Co Pi-mono
number of Justice and
I Lenard husband of the said LulLenard China. An unlimited good ?"".. "' holding said election
I the from 700,00 to jooo) ) (IIILelia'
successive term. If he is thinking of that, recent public : Vesta Lee Tyson wife of young men can be enlisted In the will to our neighbors.: May the I Anderson following "I''' lame<> a. managers: I Beauty Salon. Pe

opinion polls must have encouraged him, for they clearly indicate the said Brule Tyson Roberta Marines immediately at the Jacksonville people gather in their homes,I I Rill Nllttl.Harnage. and Leroy Dill Norman Reddlab: Tax Margruerltes from 30000 Shiipn x! 100000 fmonu

that opposition to the third-term has dropped rather Tyxon wife of the said Elliott office Sergeant Carter places of worship and other appropriate -,I Clerk.1tltADronr. ) COUNTY from 400,00 to 60000

Tyson all of Bradford County to said. Two other Bradford Coun- places and by words I PIJRLIG lNRTttUCTION.BOARD OF Florida Bank at Marks! Pi-

sharply in the past month or so. the Board of Public Instruction ty boys to enlist In the Marines and deeds make known their appreciation -I I 10.11T 6S. ,,,A, J. Orlffl, Secretary I Tax Postal from Telegraph 1200.00 to mod 10.00000 Cabl

Some observers think the fact that the President has of the County of Bradford. LandIn recently are John R. Quarles of of the love and guidI I NOTICE I -- .I Personal tax lOc from Store 17.00 Per,00afrom to 10'Priest's '

Bradford. Heirs deed made Broqker and Louis A. Shaw, also ance of their Heavenly Father. OK KI.FCTION ; 00000 to 00000.
refused to say he will not run again-as was recently requested I Fly the power vested In Jt the Standard Oil On, Persona
May 11 and filed September 29. of Brooker. IN WITNESS WHEREOF I Hoard af Public In.trnctlon of

by Governor Landon-indicates that he plans to do I A. O. Andreu, Sheriff ot-Brad have hereunto set my hand and Bradford County, Florida. hereby from Shell 161000 Petroleum to 280000 Corpor

.$o. On the other hand, a Presidential declaration to that *ord County to C." A. Knight of Three New TrainsTwo caused the Great Seal of the TU..1.V. election November' to 28.be held 1939 on at Corporation.10000 to 2000.00.Southeri "",,'aollol TJX

I Starke. Sheriffs deed to Lot 4 State of Florida to be Corinth Church at Rising In Special Telephone
effect now would undoubtedly start a tremendous scurrying additional new, alr-condi affixed at Tax School District No : Bell
IS. BradCoun' ) tax
or Block 27. north half of Block Telegraph Co. r*"sunal'
Tallahassee the Capital this ford '.
tloned. djesrl-electrlc! "SUvei 12th > Florida for the pur-
about among Democratic aspirants to the White House, at, 37. and all of Blocks 38 and 44 of; I Meteor" trains will be placed In day of October A. D. 1930. pose fixing or the electing three trustees And 48500 Seaboard to 1600.00 Air Lime Ttallw

the of within the Those "in the know"In and millage fr the ensuing track valuation aol Pn! Halo
expense unity party. Livingston Truby Company'ssubdivision ) operation to provide dally serviceIn two year.. For the purpolle of personal I Sit from
InK stock
Washington think that the President has not expressed of Starke. Deed Florida by the Seaboard Airline ) Fred P. Cone, Governor. are holding named said. election the following 778.00 to 26,734 00Starke
Attests R. A. a. managers: Herman > I
Gray BoUlinl&"rk.
made October 2 and J lied October Secretary of
himself on the third-term issue, even to his closest advisors S. In December, it was announced State. and Thomas F.rnnry. R. H.Lewis Crosby. CI..rk. Oeor.e Cotta Tones) Personal Tux from I Ito
this week by the de SOOO '00Sinclair
passenger H.\IFORD (' '
-that no one, except Roosevelt himself-knows whether hi Tax deed to north half of Block The schedule from Pl'IJLIC IN8TRUCTION.(bL'NTY BOARD 01' Refining t-' p",
partment. 150000Three :
Y2.00 ti
will run or not. 45. Livingston Truby and Com Florida to New York will be I Drivers Licenses 10-n 6t A: J. OrIffi Secretary Tax from Friends I ttarhfr

pany's subdivision of Starke to The sale of drivers' Personal Tax from 10000 to 5
It is obvious that unforseen events of the future in this stepped up another hour and a licenses NOTICE' OK ELECTION! Western I'nlon Tlfrap
Mrs. Lois Adhlna filed on Octo- reached the to
half time between mark this week 11300
makingthe running fly the Personal, Tax from h
uncertain world could determine his decision one way or the< ber 7. here and New York less Judge E. K. Perryman In charge ,, Roard of power Public vested tn..tructlon In 11th.of. "'... the undersigned.,above and do fo'

A. O. Andi-eu. Sheriff of Brad- .of sales for Bradford Bradford County. "Florida hereby certify that the andorrecl I I
than 24 hours.AnoTher County stated
relic ngla true
other. Thus we have tangible evidence of one instance ii ford County to Matanzas Invest yesterday. Of the total num. Tuesday an election November to 118.be held on the real and personal. .council pro

which the European situation has already affected the ment Company of St. Augustine.Sherlff'a Black Widow her l 82 are $1 chaffeurs licensesand Np..I..1 Brook..,'T..x. Ch..r..h School' at Smoker 1939 at In I iquallsed hog; as a by board the of*lty qiwliwr1
1I..lrlct "
No "
deed to Lot 5 of Block 2.348 are regular 50-cent Bradford 111. In Witness Wheretif
United States. Let that in the decisive months Another black widow spider per rounty. Florida for the. subscribed our namn
us hope to 14, Temple's Addition to Starke, nits. Judge Ferryman estimate purpo"e of electing thr..e tru..te.. hereby mentioned
was brought to the Telegraph of- and fixing the date above
nothing serious than become Involved. Made October 2 and filed October there are still several acing two mllla.e for the en-I!I W. M EDWARDS.
come more our politics 9. lice this week by Marvin Hazen, hundred of holding:years. For the purpoae Chairman City Council \:11:
persons In the said election
the fol.
o an employee of the S. A. I.. Ry. county who should lowing are named all manSEera: J. Itarke, Florida.ATTEST l'U1 I'
have jtPINS.
licenses K. CAUL
and Douel.. :
warns that the Royce
Co. said found Eugen
who be the dangerous
MORE FOR THE MAN WITH TilE HOE Gets Jersey Cows little. lady under some license law' fa now being rigidly Crosby nR\FORO and 1:0101'1.Ha..n.; 01 STY BOARD. "Ierk. CI.KRK'< RtroRT: 3,.
R. Mathews enforced Pl' LH::' Stark. Fla. September
Roy of
proprietor INSTRUCTION.
The basic creed of agricultural marketing cooperationis Mathews returned rock which he brought from New 10-11' ". A- JOrlftla.. of the Clerk 0' B"lbSReport *,
Dairy, to his Secretary and tat
River one day last week. It will cult CoUrt In "I II I Ia

a simple one. It can be expressed thus : One man, standing dairy here last week after a 10- be on display in our office for .a Alt. Moriah Revival NOTICE' County......ed Florida for the. on year areounl 102i. ,

day trip to middle Tennessee to few days. The colored Mount TO WHOM IT MAT CONCERN C. A. KNIOHT Tax (011.,101
alone is powerless to prevent his exploitation by middle. Moriah :
obtain several registered JerseyDOWS II Methodist Church Notice, I. hereby given Bradford County, ,, !I. .
of Reno brought to all .....
cr"dltor. '.... P.
men and other large groups ; a thousand or ten thousand I' for his herd. He brought New Radio ProgramV. to a close Friday night of last alralnst the and eatate claimants of D. c: of KInlawi and To Balance( due Ii.53%.S* ,.

back with him two registered week a two Week deceased that :you are to It y amount collected \ 'f
such men standing together deal with the revival file :your!
can buyer on an S.
St. John owner of the claim or el..lm. with Hon. E. To. Balance due .
thoroughbred Jersey cows, one by W. O. K. I ,.rf. "
Bartley of MiamI. l'err.manJ Via. &
local Western Auto Associate ,, Judge In and 0t.S'
equal footing. with bull calf at her f
a side. He Pericles PIckens County Tit Balance due I
pastor on .
has Store, calls the attention of radio of the nr b'nl'e eight mOnthe ay amount collected
The marketing cooperative movement was born of necessity already a thoughbred Jersey fans to a new program. sponsored church said that a, a result of date of first PllhU..allon from of thl.the To Balance due aed'r. rI4..
Hill In the herd and hopes to the meeting notice aCId claim beiitq ('eety it..d
and its rapid growth in certain sections of the coun- have a thoroughbred. regiter.dJersey by> Western Auto dealers la thislistrlct. were received Into 44 new members Sttute to. 0" saltS Claim will b.dUly barred awora by4: 01 Balance due '1.6U.( .'-"
the of collected
member Limitation.. fly amount itsJT@
try In the past two decades has likewise been the product of herd before may years over WRUF Friday night ship of the church. d..bt.. owing the "tate alao t.'tbe'to pay un. Balance due, _._._... r.._..r.l
have from 7 to 7:15: o'clock. The program ..... derag0,4 This 27th .w.t" _" .n
passed. 193&. dar: ot OcL I ... .. .
necessity. The creation of the first farmer-owned farmer- will be partly musical Mr. -"" To Balance due $2. .
County Agent T. K. McClane. ABBIE LOUISE Sly amount collected 2)<1
controlled marketing constituted the St. John stated. Watch Your Lights in-*7 4t Via MORROW.... ;.
cooperative first application alter examining the cow, said < 1117 Admlnl.tratrl To Balance due 14'-1 lI'...

of proven, modern business methods to the craft I. hey were a "very good typing .-- County officials and city law enforcement 'If C.RCI1., I.I II '|TO Balance 1eal. due. .,.'!.7.01. .,

milk cow-the best that be For School this week IlIIIued a ('Ol1ltT. re.GnTH I n" amount collectedBalance i 'Sf
can Hoard JI.olCI4I.
of agriculture.The found I Joint request that automobile own- COV NTy. C.RCUIT, BRADFORD I To .dueT Ic'.1 ....",,i iI
anywhere. The !
County .
tal -
marketing cooperatives have not J. 8. Norman. o. Lawtey. a ers pay more attention to STATE or ri.OBID I due $3,1' .'
performed Agent had made plans to accompany having: IN: I To Balance .

: for the day miracles is past. They have not been Mathews, on his trip to as- lifelong resident of Bradford I their the proper cars. lighting facUlties on Alfred Dorotll.Eo. t,. Tucker CH..tRY., a milloI' 11" I To BY' amount collectedBalance due .3J1

County announced They reminded Knight her next I dueAlEIifeU" '
Monday that motor.
slat In
able to hold prices to fair levels in times of great depression.But selecting the cows. but Ists that the law Omplalnant Tn- due > .941 !I II
was unable to go because of a he will be a candidate in the May requires two v. fI collected :
no unbiased observer will deny that they have succeededin bead light and one taU light In : n. Tucker Jr.. I To' dueSV5JIICW' .
last minute. delay. Primaries for the Democratic working D f.ndant. j'j'Lrnwood Balance .. ..... .

obtaining for their members a fairer share of the final 5' nomination for School Board member after dark.condition at an tUnes Fended It appea'lng to the by an affidavit ap F I To Balance due SBy !!oJ'. '.

selling price of their products-which. after all is the acid Rubber stamps stapling mach- from district one. Lawtey. 1 Tucker abov..tated cause bill that filed l4'nwoo4 In the G'I amount Balance collectedTo due 0'!'|*4M '

test of their worth. nell at the Bradford.; County Tels.srs.p. 'The post Is held at present by J. i, Pile folders .t th Wll.on,, Pennsylvania.Zr.. of 4:1: Fourth Street I, lira* 4 .rlds'To .,'*.J...
( BradCord the d.f.nd1 I
fL Moore, of Lawtey. ant ther..ln named Ie a li.TJ"11 a
County Iegnpb of non.Id.nt Balance due
; I the $tat", of Flnrlda. and .lle.."d ..
ald.nt ot Wtt.ott are. fly amount c .
PencaaJ'hatlla over To Balance duerrr

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