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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: November 3, 1939
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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fished SITl'-TSY0 ee- ; we should quietly hear both tides. ". Goethe E. L. Matthews, Editor and Owner


llg STARKE, FLORIDA. FItlDVV. NOVEMBER 9. 1939
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DIES AT I NOT AS TRAGIC AS IT SEEMS I II NEW\ SYSTEMOF -I ANNOUNCES CITY TAX LEVY t "





IORY DANCE SCHOOL II I I, IS REDUCED ,



AY) NIGHT ': ELECTIONS I THREE MILLS II


,,- Ae$ GA ,

Was Principal r I. -' I _
-
used
i Trustees And

'Keystone Heights ;;, : Nine Districts MillageFor Result of Compromise : a':''

Putting
School Property
'
r riP rr rt To lie Decided 'h rDr
Hack on Roll '+
""lark, 40, principal
(purge L For the first time since they I! -
Ie Keystone Helghta Highland A reduction of three mills in
were created elections will be
a "esident of Lake held the city's tax levy for the cur-
simultaneously in the nine i
fell dead from what was "rk rent year was announced by the
sub school
districts
+ din' county for the I
lred,,1, by examining physicians, naming of trustees and the fixingof City Council following a meet-
sudden heart atabout Ing held
been B Tuesday night
IIIvt milluge for the ensuing two
U'30 o'clock Friday years. The elections have been It was stated that the new levy j

Mr Clark was attending will be 17 mills on non-home-
called tI
the
by school board for
Rational! Guard Armory Dedli 'Tuesday, November 28, and will stead property, and 10 mills on r r ,,.

i Dance and was apparentlyfrom be held to comply with the school homesteads. Last year the rats I* r''I'
the dance to his car was 20 mills on non-homestead y
code
passed at the last session of h

i the hear attack struck:I At first glance, the picture team when the school bus In on the shoulder ind he was unable the state legislature, which provides steads property, and 13 mills on home

His body was found a few I above might seem to portray one which they were traveling to High to get the bus back on the that such elections shall beheld j "

BI after he expired lying on I IJlllNlW of the most tragic accidents ever Springs overturned on Road 48 road before It Overturned. The on the first Tuesday after The city officials stated that the. I

strip of grass between to occur In this section. In reality between Starke and Kingsley boys were accompanied by CoachH. the first Monday In November of W.: E. Middleton, wellknownlocal I reduction was made possible by,, I
i jauniclpal tennis courts and however odd and that trustees the large amount of property raw. r \,
minor cuts and Lake. E. W. Rivers, driver of C. Long. The game was call- years so announced this
physician,
milk Avenue bruises were the only injuries the bus stated that a passing ed off and the team returned to elected shall take office the flrBtTueed.1Y turned to the active assessmentroll I
Its body, ringed by a knot of after the first week that he la a candidate for under the recently concluded
sustained by members of the Clay I I truck crowded him too near the Green Cove Springs In cars that Monday In ,:
nOUl spectators kept back by County High School football, edge of the road a wheel got offGUARDSMEN were sent to pick them up. January following the election. Superintendent of Public Instruction compromise on delinquent taxes; ',I

lay where It had fallen for Since the new code was not In Bradford County. This plun provided that delinquent :'
\ hour after It was, dis- taxes could be settled for 1
tt\j an printed and In the hands of officials 1
Limd by a couple who were I IdDng I COMMITTEEAPPOINTED CCC CAMP HAS .17 here In time to call the In making his annoucement, Dr. 23c on the dollar, and It is ..tat"i..
,
: about during the dance. BRADFORD BOYS MAN KILLED election on Nov. 7 (the proper Middleton said: "I have longed ed that $12 .892.11 worth of f'f

i man had fallen on his back date, according to law) special for the time when 'the office property was teturne4 to the act-

I&y fully stretched out, head A Rotary Club committee composed Seventeen Bradford County SUNDAY permission was obtained from the would .ee ,the man and not the tlve roll in this way.

) tie south and feet to the of Frank Landrum Chair- State Department of Public Instruction man the office.' From the requests Before the compromise was

,r1/J/, and his skin had taken on man: Elmo Struth, A. J. Thomas, boys are enrolled at the new CCC to hold the ballotinghere from placed In effect, total assessed ','

I put white pallor. and Jos E Wilson was appointed Camp recently constructed one IN WRECK\ on Nov. 28. men and women old and valuation of all city property was "

lite! body was taken to the De- recently by Rotary president Rob- mile east of Brooker. They are: The place of each election and young, from every part of the $551,348.29. The total now standsat

p C. Jones Funeral Home here ert F. Clark to cooperate in Luther Wade Jackson, George managers for each are announcedas county, that I offer myself as a 1677,441.00, City Clerk Carl

shipped Sunday to the home every way possible with the Prevatt, Willie Prevatt, Charney Three Vehicles In follows In legal advertisements candidate, I think that time has Johns stated yesterday.Mr. t l

{(tit parents, Judge and Mrs.erge National Guard Officials of FlorIda James Maddox now appearing in the Telegraph: come" : Johns) also reminded prop- ;
Yarbrough, Allen Wreck Near
i S. Clark, Pell City, Ala- to obtain the approved site District No. Theressa schoolhouse __ ___ eity-owners of, the four percent V ,,
for burial. No other around Kingsley Lake as the location John Henry Barlow, Hutten Lee HighlandHighway Managers: Albert Sullivan m discount which they will be allowed t'j'

sea; besides his parents could of Ute proposed 23,000 acre Clark, :Murphy Dice, Wm. Dukes, S. R. Swindle, Bill Hall, PATSY ROBERTS if 1939 taxes are paid during h

i found, although he had been Florida National. Guard encamp Jr. Dewey Wilson Fowler, Pledger accidents claimed an- and W. S. Sibley, clerk. CROWNED QUEENMiss this month. i (I ; aft

led and divorced and had ment. other life near here this week In !
Gainey, Paul Grlffls Osle Hicks, District No. Hampton city {
i daughters whose names ands The value to Starke and Brad- an unusual wreck Involving two
hall. Managers: Henry Saxon Patsy Roberts, attractive GRASS PLOTS
Munroe Carl
Clifton
,
'4re could not be learned. ford County of having the encampment Padgett trucks and a passenger car, "
Jeff Perry, Charley Hall, and daughter of Mr, and Mrs George 'I,
Inquest was held. located near here was Aubrey Polk. Russell.Starling and William B. Grandy, 41, of 438 Percy Griffin clerk. Roberts of Lawtey, was crowned PLANTED

| dirk was born In Highland pointed out, and one prominent Perry Thomas. East Church Street, Jacksonville of the gala celebration Tues
I Alabama December 17, official stated "The National The located died in a Jacksonville hospital District No. 3-Starke city hall queen Within the past ten days, two : q t
camp. Ideally on day night when the Parent-Teach
Encampment Klngsley' Managers: N. D. Wainwright, Sr., experimental pasture plantings) I1
I1 Guard at Monday morning of Injuries received 'I
land Association held
high rolling was completed er Its annualHallowe'en
R. L. Lee Mann Robinson and F. .
.. to have been made In Bradford
to what Gainesville
Lake will mean Starke around the first of October, but Sunday as a carnival the Ath-
'i A. Scott, clerk. pn County by County 'Agent T, K, E,
HALLOWE'EN the Naval Air Base means to the first enlistment of men did Jacksonville bound Truman Fertilizer letic Field. The votes for the
District No. 6-Lawtey city McClane in cooperation with the
truck In whichhe d
Jacksonville Due to the ticklish Company
not arrive until three weeks ago. queen were sold at one cent each J
PRANKS FEWER and his J. C hall. Managers: J. S. Austin, Florida Extension Service These
European situation, it Is expect. brother, ; Grandy, and out of the total number of
the of
Since arrival the CCC
ed that the National Guard will also of Jacksonville were riding Robert Blanchard, Volley Reddish, demonstrations, made at Mathews' ,
'
3.912, Miss Roberts received !,
Ra1Io'N& usually. brings with have two or fvjeo encampments 'I boys the streets of Brooker have struck the projecting! corner of a and O. J. Phillips clerk. 636. Each .class In Dairy the.A. J.. Thomas farm. are
hadtloMi >i:.'Wltchet taken on new life, especially! on high school
spec roA '
instead traitor experiments determine which
per" year JT'tonly; one, as" Central Truck Uaes parked District No. 10 Wateroak
selected
Miss Roberts
and heretofore Unknownof Saturday and Sunday, when the a Sfioso, .
'In the past, reliable sources stat on the roadside "near Highland.J. church, Vande'rbllt.: Managers: being the for the pasture grasses and 'winter clovers w

tormenting the adults by ed. Each encampment brings approximately -I I men have some well-behaved free times.,. It Theyare is I C Grandy, driving lost con- Russell Nbrman, Scott'Alvaiec. L. class.sponsor sophomore 'I are belt adapted to 'the tolls 1

fonngstei The'wellknown 30,000 men and a generally trol of, the heavily loaded fertilizer _.. Norman: _and.q _Drew_ ,H Reddish.. of this county.Fertilization.
'h e of doorbell ringing and said and when a large number The four COil te tu.ntll, Misses
remains the truck after the collision, andit Cleik. of these clovers
taking crew
care I
i phone calls is in order but I of them gathered In front of the Roberts, Loral Dennett, Sadie
year around, and this would meana careened from side to side of District No. 12'-Millard Johns and grasses Is also an Important :
'"devices for Brooker Baptist Church last Sunday prlnc'e. and Golrla Buford and
parental torture great increase In business for the road, struck a passing passenger store New River. Managers: I I I point particularly as pertain. to }
AD annual night (not knowing that no their escorts, Vernon Silcox, Arch '
Innovation,on this our local stores and theatre. car a glancing blow, and Floyd Wiggins Roan Turner, n, the lime requirements and this t ''
Jitertous I I Fifth Thomas Jr. and
f) night. services were held on the Buck Crawford
The new camp site, which has ran off the road and was finally B. Lazenby, and Stafford Crews, phase. Is being studied along with i
fcnlial A. L. Alvarez Sunday), officials of the church Dempsey Supp, matched onto the
report- been approved Is needed becausethe brought to a stop In the woods by clerk. the variety tests. Thirty differ
\Wednesday notified, a nearby preacherwas athletic field where an Improvised
f that the most un- old encampment Camp Foster were the driver 98 yards from the spot District No. 15-Bill Reddlsh'sHtore ent fertilizer combinations are being \
"itunt of Starke's summoned and a special throne had been made. After an
Hallowe'en is Included In the new Naval where the wild running highway Hellbronn. Manag e r s I I tried In duplicate on each of
t was that service was held. I Impressive service the Rev. Frank
there were no Air Base It takes In an area of Levlthan hit the south-bound passenger Anderson Harnage, Bill Reddish, I these!! demonstrations, making I
played. Many windows The men went "out on the :I Robinson crowned Miss Roberts, total of 60 feet
approximately 23.000 square acres car. Bill Nettles, and Leroy Norman, plots ((13 by 29
as of the carnival. Miss
leaped and one group of road" for the first time Monday. queen feet> In each I
Mfg beginning at a point just north of The passenger car was only clerk. Roberts and Vernon were seatedon planting. .

Harm young but citizens rang a Keystone Heights and extending It Is said that they are employed slightly; damaged and proceededon District No. l
on the Starke the rule was all to and Including part of K "gs. In the construction of a log road I Its way. The names of the oc- Rising. Managers: Herman Thomas their escorts stood behind ( ture mixture, ,containing Redtop, v
I
'us6ef declared that front.the The ley Lake. near New River (Continued on page eight) R. R. Crosby, George Cone, throne, .. !' .. Iht:1 Rye, Dallls and Bahia grasses 11'11'I I f

was sltua- and____ Emory LewlM.no. clerk.-. an d Whlt" e wu n.'fth....., H op' Pe rsian,
novel to Hallowe'en District No. 18Baptist Church, A sliver loving cup was presented Black Medic Crimson, California I
tti here. ,
l 11II' the trouble He reminisced brief- New Armory Dedicated Last FridayA 1 Brooker. Managers: J. K:. Doug. to the queen which she Bur, Southern Burt, Sweet and f

w lee caused he and his lag, Royce Gainey, Eugene Crosby, will keep until next year's car Alslk Clover These clover; ireall t
some 20 nival
Is selected. Miss
!bin years ago lpd Emory hazer, clerk. queen
Hallowe'en rolled around. steady stream of guests filed I Clara Flume, last year's queen, legumes and will Improve the
So ---
I modern youngsters In Starke through the new armory here last presented Miss Roberts with a soil, as well as provide excellent

""Bore:rd civil or else have aband- Friday from 4:30 In the afternoon GAME PRESERVE bouquet of flowers. / grazing during January, February '

ancient traditions. In this and March< when native pasture
concur with President Tloos.1 until late at night as the $27,000 APPROVEDThe The carnival, which was one of Is almost completely dor-

and' are at least exhibiting- structure, recently completed as Bradford County Fish and the most successful of Its kind I mant. i ?

II Individualism in breaing a home for the local National Game Club met at 8 P. M. Tuesday ever sponsored here, opened Friday Fertilizers used In these demonstrations 1
afternoon and. continued untila
fVfrom the old standards. At Guard Headquarters Company, night at the courthouse In i; include calcium: lime,
late hour that
'l rate the result was a y rst Starke. It was> unanimously decided night Every, dolomite limestone, lime, super
peace-
was officially opened and dedi- thing that goes to make a hilarious "
I
vwlng Hallowe'en for Starke. I to recommend to the State phosphate, muriate of potash, colloidal '
.
-.. cated. Commission of Cum and FreshWater and successful affair, phosphate, raw rock phosphate t
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GARBAGE Festivities began In the afternoon R Fish the acceptance for a freak tellers,shows fish, haunted ponds, grab tortun.j r basic slag, and Nitrate of liThe

with "open house" when visitors game preserve of the 30.000-40,000 Soda.

COLLECTION r were received and shown acres lying In the sections be- I 'ettl, booths selling candy and,,' task of keeping year-round
lot dogs. all found the
were on
'I'Ie! Clly : through the building. After being tween Crosby Lake and the New pasture for our beef cattle as
Council carnival One of the
Is serving nom greeted at the door by Lt. T T. River-Road 28 grade bounded on ground. well as dairy cattle and other

rr Nov the, Public that on and Long and Lt. R. G. Kldd. guests + + the North by road 28 and on the moot outstanding attractions. was' farm animals Is one of our most +
": the picture gallery, showing
!haled garbage will be were Invited to make a tour of, South by G. S. F. Ry. serious problems said Mr. Me- I ,
11 knd tWice a week, on Tues- inspection. Guardsmen were posted The appreciation of the Club Stark and Its people since the Clane. The beef cattle IndustryIn r

rldays', and that it will at the entrance to each department 1 e I was extended Conservation Officer time of the first mayor I our county Is becoming one of

IlecfSBary their for home owners to in order to explain the r A. A. Durden for his activities In) Mrs. W B. Sewell. chairmanof our most Important and we need f ;

where garbage cans on the various activities of a headquarters -I EXHIBIT NEW JU securing this land. The State the program committee of the to study every factor which might R
they can be LESL I P.-T. A. had charge of arrangements aid us In better
U" ._ con- company. Commission I !Is requested' to under- producing more t ,
reached oy the collec- -. ...... the .... and- was- ablv assisted bv-.. eeonomlcal beef. It seems that
Many visitors expressed surprise Four National Guardsmen are seen nere noiuing up for your inspection "nu..niu <& game

t'\ )C. Edwards at the large amount of the new Army rifles. From left to right: Elmo Struth AI management of this tract, and to I committees from each depart the winter clovers plus a good
chairman of allow ment. Approximately $150.00was carpet grass pasture will come
> such hunting p
on portions
Greet I equipment used by the local com Carlisle, L. O. Jones and Bill Edwards. The 124th Infantrywas I 4''
committee Kay realized. It was said.
explained thereof as may be justified by the nearer filling the bill than any
IcUoI1: In Its "communications, National Guard In the United Statesto .
by stating pany one of the first two units -.- other These is1'1'' '
that expart.lmentll
/ underlrfllfnt and other sections. Increase In the game supply. It program.
iJllI: It system the clty "Intelligence"the Inspection periodwas be equipped with these powerful, new Carand rifles. It Is a new was pointed out that this Is In SHERIFFANDREUBACK will demonstrate the soilson

IIae used practically all week Therefore valuable in giving civilians an departure in firearms, In that It Is gas-operated a. distinguished from no way to be a private preserve, ON JOB which the clovers will succeed. IE rand

J collection of garbAge. mechanism.Among the recoil action of the old Springfield. Its operation Is slmlllar to but Is Contemplated ss a breeding the fertilizer needed for tile t
ob Into I '
Insight army I
OB erty owners place their officersto that of the automatic formerly In use by Infantrymen having. an upward ground to Increase the supply of Sheriff A. O. Andreu, returnedto best production of grazing Farmers -
back ranking
I
there Prohe5 and other high during the i Instead of a backward kick. The Gar and Is said to have firepower game and that whatever portions>> his ,office this week after amonth's In the county are planting: ,

they are not easily visit the armory General V..tan I equal to that of four Springfield Only five of the new rifleshave are opened to hunting will be opento absence due to Injuries more than 1,000 acre to carpet
hr.J and much time day were Adjutant all. the future grass this year under the Boll
is lost M paw supply
Ide Car the but
y. The truck Collins St. Augustine; Major been received so by local company more: are expected received In an automobile accident Conservation Program the County -.
Itllel' Is needed Jacksonville: and soon and they will gradually replace the old Sprlngfleldsentirely. may justify. October 8. I
things Fred A. Safay added. ,
Agent
h It '. laid and f The owners of the land were
Perty I The sheriff still carries his
Major Albert E. Barrs. arm .
It owner will cooper- JacJuol1-j thanked for the splendid spirit of
of In a sling and In cast but Is
leg a
number
ville. A large
be collected*d that garbage cooperation shown, and Mr. Dur Food SaleThe

a efficiently in two facers and enlisted men from monies and,Introduced the speakers. tire second story of the new build. den .was requested to communicate able to attend to minor affairs of Park Committee a depart
attended.Dr. office with the aid of crutch
week. nearby companies also Congressman R. A. Green ing was soon filled! with the with the State Commissionand a nenl of the Stark Woman's Club
nd chauffeur I
W. E. Middleton. mayor of who played an Important part In largest crowd to attend a dance to work out all necessary de- a will conduct ''a Food Sale Saturday -

1'Oltnsend Starke. made the address of wel- pushing the armory, through, to her in recent years. Uniforms tails In the matter.Kingsley Last Sunday the bandages., morning beginning at B:30 tl

t ty Clerk A< J Thomas will preceding the dance which final approval by the WPA, spoke of the National Guard mingled --'- Lake round his right shoulder were o'clock In front of the Bank of St

before the meeting < the come began at 10 o'clock. General Col- briefly reviewing the history of with colorful evening dresses of Church removed. |.I Stark building. Cakes ple, i

ion Townsend Club highly complimentingthe the project. the ladles combined to make a Services will be held at the Deputy sheriff J. B. Rowe, staled I date nut bread. candy and other
line replied,
:an: ) In the Hampton tonight local guardsmen and stating Events of the day were brought scene that wOl not soon be forgotten Klagsley Lake Missionary Baptist today that Andreu could be expected kinds of deserts will be for sal*. I '

7'Ichool: auditorium junior that the armory here Is the to a gala climax at 10 o'clock by the ]large number of l Church on Sunday Nov. S, at'' to assume control of all, The proceeds of the sal will go

O'clock. The public beginning taint "best In new the state for Its site." I when music for dancing began.The spectators who gathered to watch 11 o'clock. There will be a special'I departments of his office within I to helpImprove the park on

to attend the meeting. Lt. Long acted as master-of-cere-: huge floor, covering the en- ,the dancing.: .-tI program of singing. two we;ks. I Church Street. '


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FRIDAY. XOVEMKRB: ,
CRADFOICD COUNTY TEUEOUAPH. STAKKE. FLORIDA __ : 3,


TWO 'f Otala via Ft McCoy and Silver pOle of holding
SUNNY BROOK FARM r !Springs over State Roads No. HO, 1 fOllowing are nam IUO tI!

Sampson City spent Sunday with NEW QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS \ Crosby No. 14. and No. 1140. to Ft. Mc i Anderson la..nal' ,
PINE LEVEL By Mrs. Floyd It. Coy. State Roads No. 244. ,nd Bill I
Mrs. O. W. Jackson. I ACTSThis Termini Jacksonville Clerk.
Mrs. II. M. McRae Mr. and I ABOUT SOCIAL SECURITY No. 19. to Ocala. i
By- two and Green Cove
the past Ocala
,
Herbert I. ,
and Woods spent '
Fountain Buck
Leslie of PUBLIC ,
K
worker will Pending completion uffiftV,
We are sorry to report the 111ness Alvarez of Penny Farms' spent Is number three In a seriesof A: The Insured weeks In Jacksonville. Springs.New State Road No. 68, applicants 10-2 6t ;
and answers receive as a basic benefit 40 per of StarkeIs i desire to detour by the most I --- r..
he Silcox
of J. R Hall and hope Saturday night with Mr. and Mrs. 12 sets of questions Mrs. Amanda routes. ,
of the first $50 of his aver- available temporary NOTIC51 Os'By .,
asked about cent weeks with relatives
will soon be well again. Brit ton Alvarez. most frequently spending a few DOCKET NO. 672-Application the ,. UI'TIO\

Mi. and Mrs. T. N. Norman and Mr. and* Mrs. Russell Thomas social security legislation by R. 'age earnings In covered his employment here. I of Oator Motor Lines authority Inc. for an to Fo..d of pow Publl, \ ,, I
of aver- operating
I of the plus 10 percent extension of I. In
and Mr. and Donaldson manager Dobbs and 28. between Count.- ,I' .
Dorothea and Mr. B. Alton Koad No. "
daughter and children of Rising $50 and up to Mr. and Mrs. cover I State calls an election h
:Mrs. Eldon Sapp all of Gum and Mrs. Odis Green and children Florida field office in Jackson age wage over will receive an I baby Eloise Mrs. Inez Kelly and Lake City. Stark and Keystone I Tuesday Novemli.. 1>\

Branch were visitors at H. M. were ville. Set number four will appear $250 a month. He the weekendIn 1-bights. NO. 100-121-Application Corinth Church at I'n 9"
Springs spent
loeKET
I of Heilbronn additional 1 percent of his baste Donald Kelly Linen Corp. Tax School DlKtn. xlh ,>
McRae's Saturday.Mrs. dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. next week. In which he. Tampa. of Florida Motor of Certificate of ford County, FlorUI,, *
and Survivors benefit for each year for an extension I pose of .
F. Fender left Saturdayfor Q: How are Old-Age and Necessity el..ctn. thr
.
Jacksonville
Convenience i'ten
Sunday.Mr. to
she will make E. Starling insurance monthly benefits has earned at least $200 in covered Those who went Public Include Common Carriage by i fixing r, n
where two
Orlando Con to years. .
For
B. M. McRae and : Mrs. Marcus Road No. SI. 'h
and Mrs. employment. last week were Motor bus over State holding snld
her home. She will be greaUyxnlsBed A. J. Harn- calculated? Kelly Mrs. Cal- Wsldo and Ocala via .Ieclo" ''I", 'Olin
visiting Bulah between are flamed
in this section and her children were A: Benefits are figured on Q: As an example, suppose a ncr Mrs. Mrs. Orange Heights. Campvllle Haw- Thomas. R. n. "anag .

ner nut- ago and family Sunday at Gum avarncrjk.. .vnnnthlv. WAV** Irmteiid of man has been receiving an average lie Crosby. Mrs. A. S. Crosby, thoine. Island Grove Cltra. Spar and Emory LewisBRADFORD "o..h(.,, _': rg,
win -- '
many irienas nere" avera s .u. 7 no-- ------ and Mrs. It ; K
Branch.Mr. i Norman, Mr. and Anthony. C'M'NTI'
worker has received 0 $100 since Frank
home. total a monthly wage
the
her new wages PUBLIC
In JliIJ
cess Ml63 Vesta McRae returned to and Mrs. L. A. Crosby and as was the case under the the beginning of 1937 and chooses Tate Crosby, and H. B. Kelly. <\OTICH TO DMPBVIJ COUHT' .%OF 1T TIIHKH.UTH 1O-27 Bt INSTRUC'I 1Irfi ,.
''''} mtC-lIT 'r'I
work at the Orange Blossom children of Rising were dinner original Social Security Act. to retire when he reaches the age Mrs. H. B. Kelly and small son l''I' JIIIICI4L. C.HT.T INAMI
her '
Cafe In Starke Sunday after a guests of Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Mc- Q: Will the new method of of 65 at the beginning of 1940. spent a few days last week in FLORIDA Foil IN IIHAIJKORK CIHNCKKVMartha COUNTY 'I By %the OTICE ..0."r.. (.TO\

two week'a vacation with relatives Rae Sunday. figuring benefits make any important -i What would his monthly benefit Jacksonville visiting relatives.Mrs. Mildred Lewis Compton. FoH.1 of Puhti1 .I'd_ urth,"

here. Mrs. Mildred Dyal of Sampson change in the procedure amount to? Tate Crosby who has been Plan tiff..va rails an County election ,J, .da h'-

Louise and Thomas WolfmeyerOf City was visiting her mother Mrs. already established by the Social A: He would receive $25.75 a sick for the past two weeks is Fay-V.-Compton. Brooker Tu..day. Church Noveml '.'h.1 2'<. (

Gainesville spent the weekendwith V. A. Browning. Monday.The Security Board for the maintenance month-10 percent of $50; or $20 slowly improving._ IN:-. THK Defendant.NAMH' OF THE STATE 81)ec'lll Tax Il'h"o! i I', ", N.. ,

their uncle and aunt Mr. surprise birthday party I of wage records? plus 10 percent of the remaining OF FLORIDA UREKTINO: Bradford of F'i thrL In'pUI'I".e
whose residence electing
aDd Mrs. J. H. Hull. given In honor of Miss Ardella A: No. Employers will con- $50. or $5; plus 3 percent of the HAMPTON ; TO and Fay mailing V. Compton.address 1* P. O. fixing the, milia", '0, \th'

of Jacksonville was enjoyed tinue to send to the Collector of br.75 mak- Salisbury Maryland.You suing two years v
of
Roland Janny Starling Friday night basic benefit $25. ; By Miss Ada Nimmo I Box No. 247. to of holding said '. i"

spent the week-end here with relatives by all present.Mr. Internal Revenue their tax returns ing a total of $25.75.Q are the hereby bill of required complaint filed appear lowing are named "'.
to *
and friends. along with the detailed statement Marvin 1 1Blrt. on or before K. Douglas Royc, ,' .
and li
is herein against you
and Mrs. B. J. Starling : Suppose this man married Olen Bedenbaugh and of December, Crosby, and Emn,'> Hun -i
Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Underhill i 1 children spent Sunday with Mr. of the wages earned by each of and his wife Is at least 65 who have been engaged in, A.Monday D. U39.the 4th day BRADFORD COr\"n lit, .ml

had as dinner guests Sunday Mr. and Mrs. William Moss of Starke. their employees; and the Social of age? transportation of fruit to It 'l i I.. ordered that this order b.publl..hed PUBLIC 5t lN8TRIJOTt, "
years the A. J. uf'
Eston Brown. Mr. and Security Board will continue to In the Bradford County 10.2 <',,
and Mra. Mrs. Alice Oliver la visitingher A: In that case his wife'would New York for the past three Telegraph a newspaper publishedIn
'
and little son record these earnings on the Individual N"""'
Mrs. J. C. Supp this week said County of Bradford once a
sister Mrs. Susie Sapp In the benefit to months are spending week. TO WHOM IT MAY ,
Mr. and Mra. Gilbert Brown ledger sheets of the mil- be entitled to a equal week for JoUr consecutive Notice
and 1 and relatives here. hand and officialseal II herehj ?,
section.
and baby all of Sampson City. Wateroak lions of workers for whom accounts one-half of her husbands benefit, with friends Matchett Witness this list my day of October A. ..D.O"'FIC"IAL creditors and clHln.anagainst :

and Mrs. G. W. Boan and Remember church services at have been established. or $12.87 making a total monthly Friends of Wayne 1989. the estate ,' n K
Mr. Vlncent'sHospital deceased that
ill in St. A. 3. Thomas.Clerk yO1
"daughters Idel and Ay'el. of Pine Level this week-end. Our Q: What Is the new formulafor payment to the old couple of who has been will be ( Circuit SEAL Court.) 11-3 4t 11-24 .claim or clllm. W"I '4
Jacksonville.
in Ferryman. Counn i, ,
will be with us, Just back calculating monthly benefits? $38.62. I for B..adfo..d iRv fiior
condition Count
pastor glad to learn that his IIPF..U. MABTKIl' NOTICE) I. i p Jd*

I WANTED: I from Ft. Worth. --- is improving. I Is hereby OF 8AE.K2Notice given that under i d te--before of flV.VpuTlT11 elirht .;.;, ,rr7;;|

1 BROOKER I said claim b J
that certain ing itV
with notea.
of our popular and In accordance
I
!
Scouts Jack Hodge one I and salerendered said claim will ',. ',
Boy My Mrs. l.. L. Parker for final 1 decree of foreclosure ? ,5
left this week A. Z. Adklnaas Statute of ) i )
men Honorable Llmllt" .11

_ I Couple OF Good MistakesThat J JI __ ___.___ _. un_________ -- Li..Ue.111.-- Meets I young Savannah. Ga., where he will Join I Bradford Judge Iv.V County of the Florida Circuit Court In Chancery of debts deruigned. Thin 7th.1 aI'.dai'I,: |tho nfSA ,?

1939.
_. _, the U. S. Marines. In that certain cause pending nr ti.-
and men -me regular we..Kiy meeting'' 01 The Ladles Aid met at the i.-i. aliit wherein F. R. Anderson nn. ", LOIiSE MOE;
fashion for the period and
of the world's pro- and Mrs. Warren. i AdmlnlHir
much The Rev. -and Fannie L. 10-2 4 1.11
who wanted to be In style sported the Boy Scout Troop number 70 home of Mrs. G. B. Colaon Tues- Fifth I. plaintiff defendants. -
has been the result of some Minton attended the I Stevenson a widow. Kt. Al. are
grexa typographical or otherwise whiskers like the general's. They was set up from Tuesday to Monday day of last week with most of Aaron at Deadon last Case No. 859. the undersigned i Is hereby! O1'It5Notice \: t an|
meeting clecrue
one's error-- Sunday Master by said 11'
-Is the thesis of Eric were called "burnsldes." In set- evening for this weeks meetIng the members present. After an appointed Special will sell to the highest ; rned that the .'1' l ii|

article ting an article In which the hour well spent the'members were Sunday.The bidder for cash In front of the. City of Starke. FhHldaa *|11th!
Berger In an Interesting up In order not to conflict with Mr. Warren will fill door of the Bradford board of E'ualle. on II
embroider Rev.
scaifs to South front
with
presented .
word "burusldea" appeared the 24th. A. 1> the r
recent Issueof Florida n..le
which appeared In a the twisted the P.-T. A. Carnival. At this from the club. It was moved that his regular appointment at the County Courthouse the legal In hours Starke of sale I Ing changes in < !'ai troll ."..
compositor got copy during
Inland Printer. Headlined: a.. flied l>y the itj ,,
the Mistake!" I up and wrongly transposed the meeting there were only two boys each member give Mrs. Harris Baptist Church next Sunday on !Monday November 6, A.situate D. 1V39 in for 1939. Nutec"".1- 'i 1lhor
Coloawa
"Wanted: A evening November the following premises that. the ,
i weeka and Ill
Theerror the who had the "burn out" last morning Florida to-wit: .ly ,1
slippedby
'
article : two syllables. absent from the 'troop, giving Ei ad ford County 1 meeting to held 14tl

the Mistakes aays make progress. Glorious and when the next day's paper Troop an almost 100 percent at gift. The guests were then 5. The Quarter West-half of Section of 13 and Northwest East- of November.A. I) ''j,. I< :tli i

have paved the advances hit the street the word "side tendance. This being the last served apple pie with whipped half of North-east Quarter of Sec- -hull t. will In hear Starkett'.i from ,il I' < 'h"\1.>.
mishaps South.hiange .
of printing and journalism burns' dipped Its hat. The word meeting of the month the banners cream and tea. Hostesses for LONG BRIDGE. tion 14,21 all East In Township, containing 8 160acres or agents as deslri ippra

and the "si' words In baying the evening were: Mrs. Colaon, Bonnie B. Turner! less. file complaints fl* ri< th, ioli
Its very beginning. In fact caught on were awarded to the patrols By IMKa more or fixed by the taut. ) loar
from
Indebted to mistakes for the dictionary were crowded to been most proficient In these Mrs. Grace Berry Mrs. L.. A. T. Frank Landrum Master In As Chancery.Special Jo.'U.II"11 and I,a' Ill\ i

we are of printing from movable make room for a new mutilation. respective fields. .The Bat patrol. Brown and Mrs. Vivian Parker.Mr. E. C. Priest was a business Knight & KnightAtto..ney changed. valuation huul<,
art I
the If a printer had not made a mistake Sonny Haynes P. L., was awardedthe and Mrs. L. L. Thtgpin of visitor to Gainesville Friday aft for Plaintiff 11-3 4t Beglnnlnl 40 feet, Cum( >t.v

type. Middle ages, Dutch English would have been banner for attendance; the East Pal atka. and Mr. and Mrs. ernoon. !ftOTICK OF .n... CTION of E'. ,if \\" ir
Back In the vested In It the of NE'i and run K 1C ft 11'
craftsmen printed from raised poorer. by a vivid word. Panther Patrol. Buck McMillanP. Irwin Williams of St. Augustinewere Those from here attending the Hoard By the of power Public Instruction of W. 60 Ft. N. 105 Ft 'i c .;. l
crudely engraved on "Nome" For "Name." L.. was awarded the banner the guests of Mr. and Mrs. football game in Starke Friday Bradford County, Florida herebycalls i Eugene Hunter tl'i iiiOOfl
lettering I held on 500.00.
blocks of wood. A whole pagewas If you address a letter to Nome, for advancement; and the Wolf Fred Hazen Sunday.Mrs. I night were: Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Tuesday. an election November to 2ft be, 1939 at' Lots 2, 8, 4. 5 Bli.ok i I''n

engraved at a time; when a In Alaska It will be delivered by Patrol, Sonny Peek P. L., was Cleone Hazen and children Turner, R. J. Turner, Jr., Wilbur the schoolhouse at There No.1.sa. In al Town T.of A tltl..k., ir \i'from, if 2

typographical error was found the United States post office. awarded the banner for church Marcia Kay and James are Turner Miss Bonnie Turner, Miss. Special Bradford Tas County School Florida District for the 28-8-1.. .

that portion of the block was mortised But a mistake put the city of attendance. During the month visiting relatives In Wildwood Novis Sapp Edwin Sapp Edwin 1 purpose of electing three for trustees the ensuing 19.West Original 81 ft of Town Lot jf j, 4 Star of ,

out and corrected charac- Nome on the map. On Alaska's there were 22 Scouts out of the this week. Sheppard. Chester Moody. and and fixing two years.the mlllage For the purpose NE% of SW'i 28-6-22 Plnrlrtu

ters substituted. Coster. a printer Seward peninsula there was a 28 members having a 100 percent We are very sorry to report that Seeber Johns. of holding said election the follow-Albert at Lots Starke 6,, from R of 1i000 Block 00 11 K 7 Or 7:*

shrewder than his fellows annoy- small prospector's settlement that attendance record for the five little Harvard Hazen Is in the Mrs. Smith Johns and children ing SullIvan are named S. R.as Swindle managers, Ulll: Hull Town of Starke In NEvI of i

ed by the cost and waste of these was known as Anvil Creek. A meetings of the month. AH Alachua County Hospital In Gain-i I and Mrs. Stanley Hodge attended and W. S. Slbley, Clerk.H1tADFOItL BOARD. OF 3000.00 28-6-22. to Freeman 4000.00. RegIster

mistakes hit upon the Idea i.s cut Washington clerk drawing a map monies collected during the month esville. Harvard was operated on I i Christian Church convention PUBLIC INSTRUCTION.) COUNTY- : BUi of lot 1 and lot. I 5,

alphabetical series of Individual of the Alaskan territory. was Ignorant were placed to the account of the Saturday morning and again Monday the 10-27 6t A. J. UrlfflB. Secretary.. Block 26. Original Town of HI
ting an at Sampson City Sunday. In NKVi of KVVVi\ 23.6-22.
characters slmillar to the of the. settlement's name. building fund. This added to the morning for sinus trouble.;l Petroleum Co..p..all' from 4

mistakes. He drew "Name" at that place on amount already on hand will enable His condition is reported as very I Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Butler and NOTK'IJ OF ELECTION to 8000.00.
blocks used In rectifying By the vested In It the 4 n Jf til'
Blanche and Vera power Lot 1, 2. 3. a
He Juggled these' units to make the map. His superior thoughtthe the Troop to begin the con- serious. He Is the son of Mr. daughters Board of public Instruction of except 70 ft by 70 ft In N

movable was place was called "Nome" and struction of the huts within the and Mrs. E. M. Hazen. were visitors to Jacksonville Sat. Bradfuid (Cixivity Florida, hereby! Original Twn nr ,'k., In
and type
up a page calls an election to be held on of SWV4 28-8-2. Tltlll Olm.n
torn. sent the map through the en- very near future. Anyone wishing Morris Kelly is also on the sick urday. I Tuesday. November 28. 1939 at 2300.00 to 2500 00

Inventions from the X- graving department. A mistake to contribute to this fund list this week. He has had fever Roger Collins of Lake Butler Ihe City Hall at Hampton In Special WI. of Block 30 ao 'Xtfiirt
Most of Wilbur -. Tux School District No.2. Bradford ICnsey May ex 8 105 ft Cn
ray to shatterproof glass are the gave Anvil Creek a new name. may do so by seeing the Scoutmaster for several days. We wish them was the week-end guest I County .Florida for the purpose Town of Starki 4S. .ilRlvlna

of accident or mistake. Even congress Is not exempt the Rev. Frank Robinson both a speedy recovery. Turner. 1 lit electing three trustees and Reynold' it 000
fruit an for the ensuingtwo
R. J. fixing the mlllage .
Inventions that have been the result from occasionally slamming out a 1 or any member of the Troop. Contributions Charles: Hardy Jr., Is attendinga We are glad to report that year For the purpose of 3000.00.Lots 1. & S'. >.ifI -.

of a deliberate effort to sat boner (We mean the typographlIcal will be greatly appreciated -' business school In Gainesville. Turner. Jr., who has been crippled holding said election the followingare : HenrySaxon I Block 13.1 Llvlnmt\ W&!, ,T",'
ankle for named as managers Addition to Staikr il.21t62. p.
isfy a necessity are few. kind.) Look at this beauty and will be used for the Mrs. Charles Hardy, Sr., with a broken Jeff Perry Charley Hall J D. $app '' '01"

French chemist removed an sired by the last congress. If purpose of building. Due recognition Charles Jr.. Miss Juanita Mc-I more than two months. Is able to and Percy Orlfftn. Clerk.LlltAIFOltD : lIOO.OO.Lot. .
A COUNTY BOARD OFi '1.1'
the aid of R. 9, 10 of )tin 1
mpty bottle from a laboratory you examine Public Law 696 you will be given to contributors Gauley. Bonnie Mott and Janette walk again without i PUBLIC INSTRUCTION.- ton & Truhy's "",11 SIn

ahelf. The bottle slipped from will find the word "probable" through the columns of the Brad- McGauley were visitors in Gainesville -I crutches. 10-27 Ct A. J. Uriffts. Secretary. W/i of NK'4. 2 ', 'I.from :

nU fingers and crashed to the substituted for "provable.. This ford County Telegraph and by the Sunday. Votive %o. 8:18: I I NOT1CIJ OF KLKCTION I Lots 500.00 2, 3 to of 7:0 If I HliAddition )
I I
blunder extends entire G. B. Colson was transacting HUI.HO'O". to Starki 0.6 i-
atone floor. The chemist stoopedto typographical Troop. 1IKKOUK THK By the power vested In It the

pick up the bottle and noticed certain tangible benefits t o Jack Hall having satisfactorily business in Lake City Tuesday.Mrs. MI KI.OKII..%IOOF V THK STATK Of I Board Bradford, of County Public Floi Instruction'Ida. hereby of Keene Lots from 1, 2. 3 1000.00"50000, 4 of m..1 T;

who under the Bankruptcy S. M. Baird Juanita Mc- MAY CONCERN:-. :-. : I Addition" to Stark ., :', >
that It was unbroken. The..pnlyrinvnnira credits passed the required tests for the TO WHOM IT !,,1..lhl an election to. be held on W ii Ks '-'
th.-. mlshfln had caused laws are enabled to file a petitionIn Tenderfoot rank was _recognizedand Gauley, Theo Green and Mrs. TAKK_ NOTICE- that the follow.mrmtil .I Tuesday: November 28, 1939 at &A ii W"/;tr.of ii NEW rroiii. loooif i I
-- will i come" up tor Starke In Special '
-r matters
& Ing the City Hall at
was a crlsa-cross pattern of an action to "recover a prob- will be registered and given John Legg made a business trip hearing before the Railroad Cons.nIsel Tax School District No. 3, Bradford "Lots 8, 9'. 10 of Illu: .k;E'11 1, TiAddition .'
.1
Starki
I .." at It* session beginning at for the of to ,
County, Florida purpose
minute cracks. Curl- able bebt. Tenderfoot and registration to Starke Saturday. W > 'H3! -
hundreds of his : pin 10 A. M. at the Roosevelt H.tetJatkeonvllle electing three trustees and fixing & WI of NKVt- ,
OUB he investigated. The chemist If you believe that the last congress card at the next meeting. Mrs. E. Sullivan the CountyW. Florida on Monday, the imllage for the ensuing two A. H. Oreen, from 9 1000& N 1CFractional .t( "

held set a precedent, however P. A. Cafeteria Supervisor November 13. 1939.And years For the purpose of holding lot lIT'
found that the cracks were The boys are working hard developing at Maid time and place you said election the folowlng are named 10 of Fractional Bloifc

together by a strong transparent you are greatly in error. The department final plans for the be- was visiting our school Tuesday. I and all IntereHted part leu will be as managers: N. D Walnwrlght, Addition to Starki W at In l:E' ."'iA
Green of fully heard. t'1'., H. L. Lee, Mann Robinson Mild WMi of NEVI
bottle. of agriculture was givenan Mr. and Mrs. Roy 200
film on the Inside' of the ginning of the construction of the IMiCKKT, NO. 685-Application of F. A. Scott, Clerk O. Kelly from 80000 <
chemicals appropriation by the forty- Gainesville were visiting friends Jennings and Wm. J. OF Fractional block 21 **.Ptlonal
He recalled the various 1 Totem Poles which, when completed 8. Ilryan BRADFORD COUNTY BOARD S l .1' ,'
and
In which the and relatives here over the week Porter d.b'.a' Camp and Keystone PUBLIC INSTRUCTION. lot 9 I 2Mallory ,
made seventh
held and congress "
that the bottle had will be placed on the II Lines for a Certificate of Public 10-21 6t A. J. Urlffls, Secretary. Temples Addition c "-Ilrk.'""
up an Identical compound. The word "cheap" was substituted for I' Scout lot. Each Patrol, as wellas end. Convenience and Necessity an (Com i Thomas. '
"chief." The law as Malcolm Lewis of Gainesville mon Carrier of Passengers of the 1300.00.Lots. .k
sheet of safety glass In the windshield the word the senior officers of the Troop following routes: I :MITICM OF KLKCTIOV I, 2. 5, i H1 .
"For compensation the week-end guest of his By the vested In It the of Bio_"i
of car Is the resultof printed read. was II) Jacksonville to Keystone power land South
and erect
your of chemist $2.500." I will carve these poles parents Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Lewis. 'I heIghts, via Naval Air Haxe, I Board of Public Instruction I IU..adCord of J. (1 Alvarez Aldl, w
cheap
that accident. them with proper ceremony on Mlddleliurg Waller, and Hold : County Florida herebycalls of Madison St. .1'
dismiss their errors Miss Grace Dukes of Worth- election to be held onTiidsiluy Mi,
the vexing little The Chinese Head Brunch State Park an St.
What about i Indiffer the lot. An award will be givento I State H lull way No. 68, to November 28 1\13\1\ \ at l 2-6-22., 20BI) '"
Oriental Saturday
typographical error? It has con I with beautiful the group having completedthe Ington Springs spent .Mton. Heights.. Connection.* K"y-I the City Hall at Lawtey In Special I ,("omm..nllngVnlnut .'
trlbuted Its share to progress' In 'nce. That genial philosopher well designed afternoon with Miss Iva Mae Nav'LI1... Base over Kaad Tax, School District No. 6. Bradford \ t41..t'i
most interesting
County, Florida, for the purpose ofelecting < ..
various lines. v Lin Yutang tells us that he can- and best carved pole at this Lew la. I' constructed.((2) Jacksonville to KeystoneFlelghts three trustees ant fixing! Baptist 210 .Ia./

Origin or "Hoodlum." not understand why American time. Mr. and Mrs. Ruel Dukes of \'Iaiaval- Air Bane, !Middleburg. i the. mlllage for the ensuing two feet to Walnut lon
to such afternoon Walter Klngsley Lake years, Fur the purpose of holdingsaid said Street
enriched the and publishers go i Dukes spent Sunday I : I
'0 Misprints have printers Plans for the beginning of the State Military Camp at KlngMeyLuke election the following are 22 If V. Knlgrh
by giving Us words in pains to correct so trifling; a with Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Lewis. I and Stark., over: State named as managers: J. S. AU"tln.1t"b..t 250000.: ]
language error. Huts are well under way and it .-- Highway- ... 68. Jacksonville to BlancharU Volley Reddish, American T iepi"I
everyday currency. In the rip- things as a typographical Is expected that actual oprattons Waller; State Highway No. 48, and O. J. Phillips Clerk. 'I graph Co. p..nl.
native China he informsus ASKS ,'onlWICE: I BRADFORD COUNTY BOARD OFPLIILIC .i
roaring Sun Francisco of the In his Waller to Starke; State Highway 00 to 1000.00. 'sri|
drives himself! in- will begin with'n the next week. GF.TS TOO Ml'CHThe No. ift. Starke to Keystone INSTRUCTION.- The. Oreat Allan '
po t-Clvll war period. a roughneck no printer Each of these huts will be 10x10 .....I.ht.'alle... to State !Military 10-27 6t A. J. C.rlffls. Sec..tary.1 Co. Personal TIIJ-

gang leader called Mudoonwas wane pursuing the mirage of Camp on Klngsley Lake 2000.00.Alexander. ", ?.,!'
San Francisco's perfection. He justdoesn't feet In size and will be built In John Macauley family recovered over new road under consliuc- \oTicrc OP 1 1.C'rlO'i i l & J.
praphic
posted as design and tlon. the vested In It theBoard from 150000 to 100 ,
a quadrangle so plac. "X. power I ""1
Public Enemy No. 1 of those I bother. He prefers to Wednesday from monoxIde (3) Starke to Oreen Cove flp..lnlClI.I of Public Instruction of W. A. Bessent. li' I
00
situation developed humor the reader by allowinghim ed on the lot as to enable other poisoning and a whale of a via Klngsley Lake State; Military Bradford County, Florida hereby from 500.00 to 1000 : t"

Tom times.Dewey The, for newspaper publishers the sanguine pleasure of correcting building. to be constructed laterto of lot of excited attention from up I Camp_wen..__., Htatflk Waller.R. ,niKnwtiy and Penny.Nn.Farms... JB qn., rails..i......_.(_.........J'an... election novomner. .L to zs be, held 1I3.... on at I r>nr City_onal Barber Tax; : f Shop 11 n'i.! '. f I t':

feared to Mul- the mistake for himself! complete the original design and down the Atlantic Seaboard.The Starke to Oreen Cove $Spring ,. the Wateroak Church at Vander- -Fruit trowpr. no! I(
even put n Troop village. A library and (41 Keynton Height to Ocala, bllt In Special Tax School DistrictNo. Tax from t< T' "p
doon's name Into public prints. A Profitable Errors. family was overcome by I via Metro*. Hawthorne l.ochlonsa. I. 10 Bradford County Florida Gulf R..fnll1 I''
his brain for a Mistakes have profited publishers officers hut. and a woodworking fumes from a charcoal heater Island drove, Cltra Sparr.and I for the purpose of electing three from IO< i4IVfl. p,
reporter breatlng hop' will be the next two buildings Anthony over: State High trustees and fixing the mlllage forth l.ella'l Beaut> :u0 00
word that would denote Muldoon with some excellent tiles for aboard a yacht tied up in Curtis ways No.- 80 and No. 14. Keystone ensuing two years For the Tax from SOO.00Marguerites I .-.n
had the needle- books. A. P. herbert UriUh to look toward after the' Creek Monday and Macauley of I Height. to Melrose to Hawthorne: purpose of holding said election Sh P ,
and his rowdies completion of the first four. A State Highway No. :3i. Hawthorne following are named as managers from 400.00 to 50000 iltfltkt PfIt
witted Idea of of reversing the humorist wrote a book on marriage Lake Worth. Fla., used his new to Ornla.S : Russell Norman Scott Al- Florida Bank .\ '\0.000 .

He and divorce which Dou'ble.day. central Flag pole and a fire circle radio transmitter to ask for first- ( ) Keystone. Height to Ocala. vares. T.. 'It Norman and Drew Tax from 120000 .t'4 t',
letters of Muldoon's .name. will be placed In such a position via :.1..1.....*. Johnon. Orangeprings Reildish "I..k. Postal Tel..irl1pt.. 00 I I II
called him "Noodlum. The reporter Doran and Company published I whole to aid Information. He put out one I $ Ft. McCoy and SilverSpring BRADFORD COUNTY BOARD OF p..onal 1'tFO
as 1.11 enable the Troop call and within 10 minutes: *, over: state HighwaysNo. Pl'BLIC INSTRUCTION.- -
little thinking he was In this country. Mr. Herbert ___.._.__ ... got _. _'To'ofl 0000to'P .0.L. .
.. + .A 80. !''orn 14. and No. 340., IX- RV. .IR ". fit A.. J. tlflftlm. ..... I fro
outuoor activities .
erPe
l> r tic i|a to m nuKQy three ciecretary.XOTIfK :'r
;starting something whipped up and his publishers were barren of Two ambulances policeradio ;.t--ihii hta to 'o.if.. Spring;: 'Mta'daj'd Oil ,
Scout activi t80000
pertaining to S. .State Highway.. No. *44. and No. to '
U. quarantine
and went home to bed. suitable title. They traded numerous cars a r"
his storm U. Orange Springs to SilverSprings. : OK F.LF.CTIO"flv Shell petroleuirCorporation
The compositor who set the story suggestions by cable but failed ties.The I physician and a police boat which State" Highway No. 19, the power vested In It the Pemonn >
next regular meting of the full Silver Spring to Ocala.noCKBT Board of Public Instruction of 200000
up In type from the reporter'shandwritten to agree. On day It occurredto came up the creek speed. NO. 'H-Appll".tlon of Bradford County, Florida hereby 600.00 Southern to Bell r''''phn'T..leg..ph

copy mistook the the author that a particularly Troop win be on Tuesday evening The Baltimore police were W. C. and I... H. Burns lba| | BurnsBrother call an election to be held on Co. I'*' 1B4S5.00

"II." would be -Holy Wed tteglnnlng promptly at 7:13 o'- swamped with calls from radio Truck Line for Certificateof T..d..y.. November 28, 1939 at to liOO.OO ,|
"N" for the letter title) '. 1.1-
letter apt Public Convenience and Nece. Mlllard John'* Stare at New River SeaboardMr !%
Next day the word appeared In lock." He cabled the suggestion clock at the Church School rooms amateurs who had picked up the ally a.. Common Carrier of freight In Special Tax School T>ltrlct No. track valuation and ,'* pa'
"
When the arrived of the First Methodist! Church. message. over th.following route! I 12. Bradford (County Florida for Ing stock. Personal
print as "Hoooium. It was here across. message will meet Jacksonville to Keystone Height the P: goix'.r": electing three trus 778.00 to 2.73400 W r k,
All Scouts of the
to stay. In this country however, a Troop From out at sea the Coast via. Oold Head Branch State Park tee* the mlllage for the Htarke ,,

another Gen cable operator's slip had made it dressed In full uniform. Guard cutter Chelan picked up I over State Iluad No. 5". With ensuing two year For the pur.pose Jones) Personal Ta
Here' misprint. of
off.line connection with Naval holding said election the 300000. .. f
eral Ambrose Everett Burnslde read "Holy Deadlock. Doubleday. The people of our Communityare the call and radioed medical ad-, Air Base, over road to b. con fOllowing! are named a. managers: ; to Sinclair 1.fnlnl ': JO?,
sued vice. The Coast Guard at Cape I structed.Jacksonville. Floyd Wiggins. Hoan Turner, H. B. from I ,
was the hero of several impprtant Doran and Company never earnestly requested to continue to Keyton Height r.a..nb"nd Stafford l..w. Cte..k. Tax 193.00 I.rb",

Civil war engagements. After the cable company. The error their most excellent spiritof May. Va.. called. Another call via Starke. over: Jacksonville to RRAOFOHn COUNTY ROAHD OF Personal Three Tax fn' .T.I. ra< .I
In from Massachu Wailer, over State Road No. ''* Ptfllr( I-iSTRUCTIO-l.- Union -j '
elected was as natural as a title for a cooperation toward and with came far-away ; Western
the he was governorof : St ,
war A..J. IWe
fri
VIler In Starke. over state Road t-:1 Orlffls. Tax I n
Rhode Island. Later he served book. this fine Troop of boys and to setts. No. 48: Wailer to State Military se'rta".1 Personal. the 1"0110'. !. d.ti4 ,i

a term as United States senator. 1 But suppose that a linotype operator I help with this work In every way Meanwhile the quarantine phy- Camp on Klngsley'a Lake, over I >OTI'.: or "; ": certify that ? --."l IIng

But the general has another claimto had made that one? We'll: possible; at least every one can sician gave the family emergency i Stark new road to Keyntone to he Height ronntructed, overState : TV,n., nf P2wfr.vested publlc Instruction In It the of I the real Is a t.I" .no 1' ,.1' ,t"p'

fame; a hold more .Immediate. take any odds you offer that the be an arden booster. treatment and said they were out I! Oreen Road Cove No.Spring 2"*. Starke to i iI Bradford County. Florida hereby equalized by 0"r the< ..,...'
t
over State calls a ting a* a >
One of his non-military distinctions publishers would have grumbleda of danger The family Mrs. Road No 4$. Keystone Height*1 T .... i Ie'tnn to Ii b. held on In Witness Where na'
I 193 at
was a luxurious set of complaint! hilt Price: Ivory plate "In. Macauley 25, Donald. 8. and Ard-. to to. MaIro,.. over State Noad No.. nll Syi 'iNovember" Htor itt Hellbronn hereby subscribeddate """" IU'

whiskers that cascaded down the What the world needs Is bigger formats" 100 for 91 (envelope Is. 4. was taking the boat from' Keystone State Hoad Height No.to i$,MelITJr and i 15. Pr-eelnl Tax School District No. AMV"w. iF.Chilrmar .:1\.jI I.
<>r< County
nhradf Florida for
sides of his face. A masterpieceof and better mistakes. Let's hope lnclinlr.1)), usually SO for .!..-.!. the Great Lakes to Florida and 1 Metro.. to Ocala via I the T.liof electing three truetees >, rityStarke r

of them! UraJforil County Telegraph. had toped to change engine. ,l Hawthorne, over State Road No. '". the mlllage for theesuisg I t'lorld" : So '
the barber's art they set a I for more '0. No. 14. and No. XI. :Melrose to. two year. For the pyre I ATT1C3TrAGE ", 1



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.I:. '( hIe L.Gayle H Harper IeweII.dtO' HIGH SPRINGS P.-T. A. CARNIVAL Health Essentials Madam BooluDead I SENIOR RINGS

irank.IIi Robinson HERE my,-yawn, yawn, another COMMITTEES -
./ FHt Arch Thomas TONIGHT Dr. Herman Marshall ARERECEIVED _
Loral Bennett big week-end, and oh, so much TaylorIs Madam Boolu,

Af. 4 rjub Elisabeth Plummer fun! Following is a list of featuresand nn internationally known Otolo. As you know, I am a second
f. Clara Mae Harley Reildlrk Whipt Starke gist who knows his business Arrived Friday Clans
phY I.. Zt.: GaineeemefltarY I must say dat de Armory events which were at last and Rembrante. I can draw anything ;

' I"f Last Friday Dance was de climax of de social Tuesday's P.-T. A. Carnival, and last week when he spoke before from a rocky mountain to a bedbug rtaawd With

\. \"lda Klllln.sworth NSWC 1S-7 season here In die fair city. Glanc- who was in charge of what: the, Council of Social Agencies, In In less time than It would SelectionAfter

\\, wile In' 'round Jacksonville, all recognized him take to shoot horse
r Ktfottnm I saw: Mural, Jacque- Finance Chairman-Mrs. H. C a fly. I am
ppecUl Jo. Ella Barry Most citizens would be ashamedto line, Grace D., Sadie, Margaret, Ritch. as such and attained their ears to : known far and wide as "the great several weeks of anxious

' rownaend lI tty Groen, LouiseEDITORIAL admit how little they know J/unita/ Everett, Ralph, and Jack. hear them (ears) discus ed. Short auburn-haired Austin Artist," and waiting and wondering, the seniors -
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:.,urn CrCP., E l Ue Austin an" about football, but rare Is the So you can readily see dat our Parade-E. L. Williams. spoken, to-the-polnt, is this famous am especially noted for my draw- finally received their rings. '

. Jack Hall.. .-. .. person who does not know when school was well represented.'Just Pet Show-Mrs. E. L. Biggs. I doctor whose following words, Ing of the map of the world In You have such '
never seen excited
'; ----- his team makes a touchdown, had little Booths-Mrs. E. M. Davis. I taken from The Florida Times- IlloloRy. However, since I am I

when they kick the goal, and tey girls don't a date hint Starke dat Law- Publicity-Mrs. R. F. Demorest, Union, warn swimmers of dangers very, very modest, I won't dwell people as these were last Friday

I whether the boys are biting down any more. I still haven't boys seen Mrs. W. H. Hart, Mrs. Grace I to eyes, ears, throat: on that boastful point. I at recess time when the express ,

MODERATION or sitting down. any tears-yet! Walnwrlg.V, and Miss Kitty "The' various environmental Here In what I want to ask you: man came up to school with a ,' ,

f Starke citizens knew Friday Understand Hogsed. :caus 8 of hardness of hearing include I Where can I get a model for my i little package under his arm.

'. ? ,the], life of every Person. before last In the game with dat several girls Booth with hamburgers and hot vocational deafness, deaf- new painting-to-be, "Flea on a They could
were ill last hardly watt for the
'" 0,11 one thing that must rule: Jennings, that the Tornadoes were Thursday morning in dogs-Mrs. Eunice Searing, Mrs. hess from drugs, Infections of the Horse?" Never before have I run
,
' The man who in- fighting hard, and got their reward -i'a certain class. No wonder with J. L. Anderson Mrs. G. A. And- sinus and Inner ear. It is on this acres such a problem. I lose package to be opened. The rings, -
\llllIon( so much "
;j \ heavy meal must :: victory. Tonight in the "bumpity bump. Maybe erson, Mrs. Ruby Mae Perkins, latter named cause of deafness sleep nights just wondering who which were purchased from the .

:. .pi, in a very an unpleas- match with High Springs, they'llbe Dat an earthquake Karl huh? Mrs. H. C. Brown. Miss Lucille that I am going to speak par- can be "Flea." You see that's the I Herff-Jones Company, are very at "' ,

; jrtrt! experience wondering what kind of situa- Edwards jest simplyWon't Kennedy, and Miss Alice Fernan- uculaily. My own Interest dates man's name-the man on the tractive. "

! Uoated1 feeling, and where tion will turn up this time; how finish a single thing he dez. back to Internship in New York I sway-back horse. And. woe Is I The: students :
starts are proud of
. :le person who wouldn't snap much longer It's going to take the De-P.-T especially book reports. Pony rides-J. H. Atkinson, City, where there was a great Increase me, I can't find a horse either. The these rings an dare very anxious
A. Carnival very
) Starke team to learn was Mrs. Hogan Smith. in clinic .
that attendance for infection
his associates youCaD.t farm
, the beads of "tops!" had one on my is too dented In for everyone to nee them. Therefore -
de
.: :r ''IB extra long sleep? Heexlt fry an egg before It's hatched. time !Everybody bestus Fortune teller Mrs. Mary of the sinus and the Inner the middle; the one in my paint If you see a senior passing -

; A book-worm will Adams. ear when the bathing places were ing must be just right else itwon't
or
it I notice dat Carlton sho' by--stop him or her so that you,
to his Last year the sticky High can Picture shows-Mrs. S. S. Dow- open. I live to Austin i
do great damage eyes.those 'bout up peel cc. too, may see and examine this '
j manage getting out of all
who worry constantly Springs "Sand-Spurs" saw us hit tests! Nice ling and Mrs. R. F. Demorest. "Before going further I wish to tion. Please try to help me. I newest attraction.
work! What's
..!* no small bit from it. rock bottom in their game with your Peep Hole-Miss Lorraine Smith say that I am not condemning: feel my great work will go: to -
II ? technique, pal? ,
work and no play makes Bradford. Whether it will hap- Dese and Mrs. L. Shepherd. swimming, but simply that It Is the dogs, Instead of toward reality i -

ck i dull boy'. that easily apFhr pen again tonight Is doubtful, but Starke football Tornadoes jestcouldn't Queen of Carnival-Mrs. Jack essential to take proper precaution and fame. But you you alone, Whirlwind Facts
c play at all if all
probable. The Starke boys will Williams. to protect the membrane of can prevent Itl!
I!. have to reach out for the greasy de Brooker girls didn't come to Rotary Club-Rev. Frank Rob- the nose and to the Well Reddick walked away with
however.Ia protect ears, Waiting with teeth in mouth
and my ,
years years opponents-they're Dlentv fast. watch them. Dat Joella has a Inson.WIeman's. narllpulnrlv_ _._. .If_ _ot_ *..v *..im.... ...h* w_,_,,_ i r _...._.. ,._.,_. uu_ I the goods last Friday night; beat
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been constant fight II -J .v ujnieiiD JJCllBJ AUBllll
> a Starke big mouth too. Club-Mrs. E. K. Per- uwivy I us by one touchdown. To date
people, have all sorts of ear drum has been Dear
punctured.
Belle"
one thing, especially: use opinions about the Bradford. Boy, oh boy-now wasn't the ryman, Mrs. H, C. Ritch. "Lawtey : the Tornadoes have won 2 games

and last Friday after- eleven. Some call them lazy School Secretary, 'Ree Thede, all American Legion-Pop Corn. "In recent years because of the Your problem Is really small! and lost 3, and it is hoped that

the B. H. S. Auditorium some say they've gone to sleep on, "frocked up" at de dance? She Freak Booth J. M. Whitte- increase in popularity of swim- All you have to do is get "big tonight they will strike another 4
were being reminded of looked like a dream 1 I ming we have had a general increase stuff" Godwin to alt on any favorable
the job, and some call the Tor- more, L. Sponholtz, Mrs. J. M. balance, and make It 3-
by way of a special nadoes an Ideal team. Worth no- What's dis I hear 'bout, you Whittemore, Mrs. O. L. Haynes. of sinus and ear infection. normal horse you pick out, and 3, then fall over on the winning
Program. Dempsey oh "A committee of the American that should fix his back just like side of
ticing, however, is the fart that Sapp My, my Cafeteria Baked-bean supper the fence In the first out- -
take It I hear dat Estelle Austin has Public Health, Association, which you want It. Then get anyobdywho of-town
who
up- most of those who have made Mrs. Bryan Whltfleld (State game. However, Ja per'steam ) ,
to stop, find it is hasty remarks about It have been adopted for her nickname: "wood Farm). has placed great emphasis on the can "stick to It" and there as good alt last year's, will '

1 thing to do. Few enjoy to none or a pitiful few of the chuck Stella." Blue Beard's Wives Miss sanitation of swimming places, you are "Flen" and all!' present plenty of difficulty to

they've bit off some- games.' Close observers By-de-way, Jacqueline we like Lucille Kennedy, Mrs. E. W. has made the bathing places In : Madam Boolu. ours and won't hand victory to -

can't chew when they with Lake City football authori-agree! your new nickname "Sugar Jack" Hayes. the United States probably the 1 anybody without a good fight. J'

away with the habit. ties: that the Starke team Is the really! Haunted House Mrs. Carl cleanest In the world. Dear Madam Boolu, All teams ever to be booked with 'I '

when men drank and best second year bunch they'veever Why has Ralph Rhodes been so I Knight, Mrs. E. J. Dowling, Mrs. "Apes and men differ from Something hits been worrying the Jasper "Bull-dogs" have long I

nothing of it, not be- encountered.' terribly happy de last few days? F. Fisher, Mrs. N. N. Prevatt. other mammals in that they must me nick Who Is "Mammy ?" Even been aware of this fact As one I Vl, ,

Ia; t was "the thing to do" 1 Dese cod. rings are a laugh, Quintuplets Boy Scouts learn to swim and are the only with my detective ability, I can- of the football fellas jokingly putIt

they took it for High Springs Is a prosperous, though! Frank Robinson, III. ones that permit water to contactthe not figure that one out Please : Who ever heard of a bull dog ''f \.

: drink, like we grant-I thriving town; so is its football De music classes are naturally Drinks and Ice Cream Miss mucous membranes of the come across, and tell me. I won't g ttln' the best of a TornadoeTI I ,

They knew nothing of team. They're fast, furious, and going In for drawing music staffs Evelyn Stump, Mrs. S. P. Vandi- nose. It Is the protection of this breath It to a soul t have to Tonight at 8:00: we play High i
after the loot, and no less ready 1 i know, because I want to write hera
; drunkards were not and signs-maybe we'll have a vere. membrane from contact with Springs. It Is said they have a

of as a more shameful for a god fight are the Bradford handful of composers someday I Candy-Mrs. Frank Robinson, water that is essential to protect i letter thanking her for all nice good team this year, and possibly!

some of the Tornadoes, the team who will Who did I see you with Friday i Miss Kate Struth, Mrs. Pearl man from undue exposure to Infection compliments she's given me. will If we win, make our score ,

; citizens wavered walk out on the field tonight and night at the game, Loral Bright Simpson, Mrs. R. J. Davis, Miss particularly chemically Dying to know, hard-earned. But no easier for

streets on rare occa- pour the Sand-spurs' last year'smedicine eyes and lights are a great asset Madge Middleton. treated water. Constant swim Margaret (American Beauty) them If they get victory, will be $

so now. Because we back down their throats to Mammy! Could it have been Picture Gallery Mrs. C. W. ming or high diving not properly Pearce. thu fight they will have to put '

It is disasterous, and Last Friday night Reddick took "Heart-breaker" Shepherd? Chalker Mrs. A. Z. Adklns. done so that the nose is protectedby Dear "American Beauty," up against our boys For since

: are supposed to have |, the victory back home with them. Dat Elizabeth sho' does like to Novelties-Mrs. Leola Roberts, expelling the air through the Alas this breaks my heart- I High Springs whipped us last

to steer clear of the The victors possessed strength in ride in a "model A" Ford! Mrs. W. H. Hart Miss Kitty nose when the head Is under mean, I hattt not to solve this"brainteaser" : year, the Starke team Is out for

who would, right two 'essential factors in the business Where wuz you Friday Grace? Hogsed, Miss Rubye Lilley. water is a definite danger. A for you. You see, revenge.
end of football: speed and De person who has had his ear drums It's this way-I don't know my-
la' drinking, are bright lights) again9A Fat Lady-who do you think ? One of our spirited cheer lead-
weight. No less ,well supplied In bird that punctured should not take self! So what can you do In a :
little told part
t as "dumb bunnies. Just me For girls only Mrs. E. L. ers, Grace Dew, and Martha
these aie the Stark boys. who Rhodes has to extensively In water sports, the 'case like that?I've heard, though -
u li the habitual.drinker whoM Ralph given over Biggs. I Mathews A hard-working junior ,
fought hard, and were steadily L. A.-so there'll be straws hazard Is too great. The danger that It circulates to and fro. Flret"he"
advise another nondrinkertake no For boys only-Mrs. Hildabelle : were quick to see that because
up the habit. creeping up on the score when drawn for Sampson City. Bence. of Infection is greater when the writes It, then "she" writes the band knows "The BeerBarrelPolka" ,

the game ended. temperature of the body is lowered It, then "It" takes Its turn! Keep
Temperance sinks Our football captain was doing a Carnival Chairman-Mrs. W. B. It would be a good thing "
preaching" The wild-throated pep squad a little "Jumpin Jive" Friday nlte Sewell. from chilling due to long trying, you are n very industrious to creato words (10 It that wouldfit if
oil as! far Into the
average white spash on the left end of the at de Armory too. Cute date, submergence in the water. Man young lady. tho football situation Following ('
-aon i brain does
as physics.
bleachers skinned extra Kenneth! Is not able to maintain a constant Madam Doolu.
Hi li an layer TALK ABOUT TilE CAMPUS are the results:
not strange. People have
off their throats as did all Mammy wonders who Grace Football game and a danceallIn temperature when exposed over a In 1.1
Since I the game,
"J, of
tired \
grown being Dear Madam Boom
last valued minutes Dew's heart-throb is? Look I period of time in cold water. A :
other fans in the new
one night had the
Everyone
niched to" about drinking and __ ". L . __ I>..uir_>Io t I.U In toll.... .ma.. mtr .In,1.1.-.. What a game
of the game. At the half out, Perry! chance to have a grand time. Hope person win lose nis couy neat n --.J.-- "-" there
Only good boys can play
r
Plnj, but-In their own prlv- milk has water in It, and It Isn'tso I
times
faster in water than when
down the Till next week '
they were streaming took the chance.
you And there's fault
I never ;
figuring any
about the situation We couldn't afford to waste
field spelling the capital R for Your Heard In the hall "J. B." should exposed to the air at the same
[tII they think It over for them- water that way-..WH wouldn'tmake there, or a worry, or a care ;
Reddick, singing and cheering for Mammy. have bought that beautiful peach temperature."To there,
'I'I
which they will not do any profit. Will you pleaselet
the Then they high- sweater long Her protect children from receiving -
>* farced to, they never fail opposers. ago. eyes them know that: you can Oh there's tackling, and there's I
stepped it over to the Bradford Primary Jingles sparkle, and is she cute. permanent damage to their running.And .
pee that
everything said con"ttoj whip our cream, but you can'tbeat
harm of alcohol Is as cor- side and yelled at familiar faces. "Look at my ring!" "See my I hearing It is of the greatest Importance our milk, and that If theydon't there's Iota of good ball
The nerve-straining game ended ring!" "How do you like my that they should not bo playing;
and as reasonable as the PKI.MMIY: JOKEA believe our milk's o. k. they
these facts fans in ?" The of I permitted to long. enough In
;*1 on their faces. Every pers- with staring little third grade girl was ring daily quotations stay should come out and look at the When they throw the ball then '
The had been the seniors. for water to be chilled. This dangerIs
face Congratulations
the : ((1)) game Hradfordji In the game.
)ut
has a natural streak of talking to a second grader She two sweet little registered Jerseys
played with punch, but there had your choice of style. They surelyare greatest In indoor pools In the
ilnriness her and said, back
showed from them
; that's human nature!II some sores daddy brough
been a lull on our side at times. beautiful. winter time when a child Insteadof You can hear the Pep Squad as
/II "
has been said by one well- "They surely do hurt. The third her Tennessee lulls They' got
((2)) Both bunches of boys were Goodness me! Mrs. Williams being constantly active and exposed they Rah Rah Rah!
'iIIlDg alcohol fighter "Alcohol grader said, "Oh! that's just that rich, hlll-bllly moo-Juice.
:
\Tel pretty well worn-out. ((3)) The gave us the surprise of our life In to the sunshine, may sit I It's the big event we're waiting -

a man a red nose, yellow Reddick scoring had started in, 'maginatlon! chapel the other day when she an- around wet on cold tile. This Is But dear Madam Boolu, there's for- '
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green brain, dark-brown the third quarter with a smooth i nounced the escorts for the car- of the greatest importance and I Just one more thing wrong. All For miles around you'll hear u*
**, and blue He Primary HulhmeVn Assembly
I a out-look! working, running and passing at- nival queen candidates. Gloria and know that all of you will helpto my paw's spondulicks went for ua sing
wmethlng there.-Jean Davis. The assembly program for the those little four-legged sisters, and As all let voices
this we our ring:
tack. ((4) Excellent playing on the Dempsey, Patsy and Vernon, Sadie spread message.
about Hallowe'en
primary grades was I skunk
that
now can't get new
and backfield deserves and Buck, and Loral and j Indeed
Starke line we will, Dr. Taylor.
Did -The following numbers coat I wanted. Roll out a touchdown, we are ,
You Know? praise. ((5)) The only thing Arch. Girls, you all need to be This article Is especially inter
all for
were given: I And Madam, I have a little jokeI cheering you
our team needed to do was keep congratulated for choosing those esting to Biology students) and
"America. Roll out touchdown, we are
Song wanta tell This la whatI a
fa Iwt do the Other Half Do? awake for all the game. Bible reading by Jo Ann young and handsome escorts. mothers who find difficulty in was raised on you.: What has two all loyal and true-
bas been estimated that more -. Joella sure la glad she likes to making purple-lipped children
Dinkins. Zing, boom, tararel, we've got
look-outs ;
two bent pins, two flop-
half the men In Newfound-i I' talk. She had the chance Wednesday come out of the water.Elementary .
Bright Eyes Hallowe'en song by six girls abouts, one switch-about, four High Springs on the run;
Ire All the boys were asking .
engaged In the fishing from Mrs. Biggs' room. hang-downs, and tour walk- Now'a the time to make a
wtry. about her cute girl friend from
Everyone looked sleepy-eyed Hallowe'en guesses-by four Gainesville. her EchoesThe arounds TWonderln' touchdown, 'cause the gang's All 1
Bring again
HotchaPecles Monday morning. Try to acquirea pupils from Mrs. Prevatt's room. Joella. what it's all about, Here! .

.i. of cane grown In Mar- little more sleep, fellows. It's Piano solo by Pitner Vandl- .. following temperance pro Martha "cow-tall" Mathews. How do ya like It? The Pep

France, is the source of good for you but we just can't vlere. gram was given by the Elementary My dear "cow-tall": Squad will really prime It tonight.

"Phono reeds. miss all the swell entertaining be- "Jack 0 Lantern" by pupils Meet Our Seniors grades Thursday afternoon: When anybody tells you Mathews It's a shame football has so

So Do Wo ing produced by the football team from Mrs. Ritch's room. Play "One Drink Is Too milk has water In it, you tell many slap and twists Involved. ,(

SoUth and Central America the P.-T. A. and the National "The Clever Gobblln" A play- MYRTICE CROSBY I Many" by slxtn grade. them they have water on the Maybe, though In the long run

*nt from Mrs. Prevatt's On October 23, 1921, Mr. and brain able to the that of the
a strange array of bird I Guards can we ? let by pupils Song "Keep Modern" by As for not being boys consider part

i I winter Birds whose sum- I J. R. did you enjoy the game room. 1 Mrs A. L. Crosby became the Mrs. Hart's fourth grade. ,get your skunk coat--that's 1& fun of the game-maybe. You \

habitats are entirely different more than anything else Friday -- proud parents of a baby girl. mall worry. Just go out In know, there's a fellow they always -

cb together during their stay night? Primary Temperance Program I Several days later this. baby was Poem "The Laws of lIealth"iby those woods back of your house have a chance to become -

tile tropics. Gayle and "Judge," Well, well, Song "America the Beautiful. named Myrtlce. Jim Frank Jordan of Miss'Hlnson's with your double barrel shot-gun acquainted with, and he's very

Wonder a cute couple. What say? ." Myrtice was born in Greenville, room.Poem"Delleve. and your clothes-pin and wait partial to them. His name happens -

"wrists are Why to Look out girls when Harper Welcome Dorothy Prescott. Florida, where she lived for one It or Not" by until the old brother slddles up, to be Charley Charley

!tl carl free of required mud keep gets excited as he did Friday To-To's Alphabet-Miss Middleton's year. She then moved to Vero Claude Johns of Miss Edwards' then go to It. before he does! Home t I '"
by a city
JInaDce when the team made that room. Beach where she lived until mov- That joke Is a perfect deiicrlp- rJTKAIN
In Buenos night room.Poem ,t
Aires Ar- SChEDULE
r t1na, touchdown, he isn't responsiblefor Song, "Nine Little Brain Cells" ing to her present home near -"Keep It Outside" byRebecca tlon of a Mathews Mule! !! f

-Miss Hogsed's room. Brooker. Myrtice entered school Simpson of Miss Andrew Confect tonally, Following la the schedule of : :

I A till Hititti.... ....__ anything be does. .. _.. L_. .,_.._ L ."- '- __ ___...._._ .___ :.. ..:! .. __ L train Arriving__ ._. __ __ _here.._ lallv._____ _aub-_ I.
.The -- ----'aiMs awry: Some regular artists in school :Mother: uoose nay uy i-upua m urooiceT ana gruuuaiea rum ,i room.Song"Littie. Aiauam uooiu. jiio n -

: University of Florida talents-Tracy, Elnora, from Mrs. Roberts and Miss Lil- the grammar school there. She Brain Cells" by ---.-- change without notice: '

|2J covers i5,OOO acres, on displaying Carlton The signs ley's rooms. then entered Bradford High, I Miss. Smith's :fifth grade. Keep Thlw Quiet Houthbound Due Htarke

"and half a hundred unIrtlry Estelle, and were good. Keep Modern song Pupils where she Is at present a senior 'i Song-"Tbe Finest Drink W. Judge Perryman: "My son's No. 1 (local) ____ 10.33: p. m.

Buildings.Too. But and maps zebras In don't Biology live In Alaska, from Mrs. Rltch's room. I When Myrtlce graduates she !' Know" by Mrs. Shephard's room. Trombone lessons have) been a No. 107 (through) __ 9:21: Starke a. m. .
Northbound Due
Bad where did "Keep It Outside" Readingby plans to take a beauty courso. | very good proposition'
Irount Carlton. By the way, No. :2 local ,_______ 6:15
( ) : a. m.
[ Rainier, according to find that black eye Looks Patsy Dew. We, the senior class: wish her|I FOfKTII ODE Friend: "Why? Is he a good '
Clals, once towered to an you success! We have had many pretty flowers musician?" No. 108 (through) ____ 6:18: p. m.
nice there! Btarfce and Waimee Ilranch ,
tude of 16.000 feet, judging can't keep his feet TIIIKO GRADEWe --.- brought to brighten our room Judge P.: "No but I have been ,
Karl Just No. 101 leaves Starke 7 ,
the a. m
steep inclination of lava driving a truck that leaks are enjoying a study of And Not a Rite this week. able to buy the neighbors houses -

I fI 011 It, sides. Then a great dry he? Better go out only on fair "How Animals Get Ready for Benevolent old man: "Don't you We made some Hallowe'en cats very cheap." NKW KKLIEF FOR

PIOIIon', or a succession of *x- can boys. Winter," This .Is In our Science think fishing Is a cruel sport?" and owls. .----.-- -

t 41011I, carried off the top of, nights Ralph N. must have run into a book.: We hope to care for two Angler: "I certainly do. I've Lillian Thomas visited In Apopka Mrs. Fisher-"And then a man SOUR STOMACH

"Clever4 reduced It to Its door or rather a lion sometime guinea pigs In our room for a few been sitting here five hours and last week. Invented something to enable us Probably you know several I

'I He's well battered or days. never had a single bite, and I've We are sorry Dorothy Kite Ixn't to fly through the air.-What was remedies to relieve acid stomach

B'lllnjj"' : The Cat lately. he got It on the field Fri Mrs. Biggs, teacher got three wasp stings, I'm eaten coming to school. We miss her It ?" and acid indigestion. Bisma-Rex

'0 ,, maybe -.--- -- up with files and the sun has Claude Johns, reporter. Carl E.:'"Dynamite." a new delicious tasting antacid 1
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> t' !.vt birds suffered' I
L 411 cats In day night. You Said a Mouthful taken all the skin off the back of Miss Edwards, teacher. powder, acta four ways to give -

teat Stavely, Alverta, neck." Calling Card Sale! 100 for 3uo.( relief In few .
1. o-vners D-"I heard a noise First Boa Constrictor: "Whatjaswallow my you a minutes. It'
:It & bel1 must equip them Helen : last night." that dog for? Didn't you Collection Slow Now Never this low before Special wonderful the way It helps you.
and In
-.! give the birds a when you D."Perhaps came It was the just have a rabbit?" Monogrammed: personal stationery -I Margaret: "What 1* a favorite pl'Veellll resembles engr v 1 n g Buy a bottle of BUma-Rex for -

illeSe tacts Billy Second ditto: "T.s, but I want- at the Bradford County Tele bobby of Japan?" laDy style to choose from-. SOc at the K xall Drug StoreCarpenter's -- '

?lie5 are. from the FIorUnion. -I the Helen night-"Or falling.the dawn breaking. ed a chaser" .graph. Juanita: "Collecting China." Bradford County Telegraph ) Drug Store in Starke.I .





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: Sigma Chi Is Host Mrs. L. A. Davis Elected Recipes"My Long Bridge s rfr3

SOCIETY and CLUBS. To Visitors SundayThe President of U. D. C. Bridge Services will be h..tr, : ",
Christian
-- -____n __ __ Sigma Chi of First Presbyterian The W. T. Weeks Chapter, --- : Favorite C ke Recipe"Mrs. day night beginning t:hur' ," n Sa
-- - -- ---- ----- --- Church of Starke was> United Daughters of the Confederacy 7 30
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her clock and
sent
Pearce
Bertha
Sunday
HonoredAt Young Women's Association host to about 50> out-of-town met Wednesday afternoon rn"rnmg:
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Duncan
Honored Mrs. K. G.
Mrs. J, C Robinson I 1 favorite cake recipe to us this night at 11 O'r.loCk
LuncheonMrs. Enjoys Social Monday NightThe guests at Its regular meeting Sun at the home of Mrs. A. M. Darby, clock i'"!! 7 30
At Bridge LuncheonMrs. Woman's Club I with her were week and we know you will wantto respectively ,,
day night. and entertaining W
J, C. Robinson of Apopka, K. G. Duncan, president of Ida Lee Darby Young Wom- The meeting began at 6 o'clock I Miss Etta Tison and Mrs. L. G.I try It because It certainly McGuire, pastor, ,>i th, chI',

house guest'! of Mr. and Mrs. R. F. the Starke Woman's Club, was en's Association enjoyed a social with tea in the Manse and at I I Powell. sounds good. announced yesterday ,, rYon'I

Demorest, was the honored guest the honored guest Friday when Monday night at the country 6:30: o'clock the devotional meet- and tlthonla were 1 cup butter. cordially invited t.. "end

Saturday when Mrs. Demorest entertained the club, under the direction of home of Miss Grace Dew, begin- Ing began in the church. The young' used Dahlias In roses, for the decora- 2 cups sugar and- all services

In her home at one o'- Mrs. C. A. Knight, fourth vice- ning at 8 o'clock. people of Starke conducted the profusion home for 1-2 teaspoon lemon extract. i -.-
tion of Mrs. Darby's File
clock with a bridge luncheon. president and social committee A brief devotional opened the meeting with Miss Jean Davis,'I this occasion. Mrs. E. K. 3 1-2 cups flour folders at the Bradf

Various Fall flowers with roses chairman entertained at luncheon.The meeting and was led by :Miss' President of the Starke SigmaChi Ferryman pleasant retiring president presided 1.2 cup mllk.2 .* i County Telegraph..

predominating, artistically arranged large auditorium where the"T" Juanita Barefoot. I In charge of the program. teaspoons baking powder. i
the business proceed- WMMBHBsWB BBIIIFLORIDA
over
in low bowls were placedto shaped table was placed was During the social period various The other young people assisting!I ings and at this time Mrs L. A one-eighth teaspoon salt.
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advantage In the living room In attractively decorated with flow- I were 1 7 egg whites. THEATRE
enjoyed and then with the Interesting program
games were Davis was elected delegate to the
decorating for this lovely affair. ers carrying out the Hallowe'en Richard Jackson, Fay Yarbrough!I Cream butter slowly work In GAINESVILLE;, FLA.
the hostess, assisted by her mother General Convention In Charleston,
Luncheon was served from card colors. Low bowls of artistically Margie anti Martha Mathews and 'the sugar continuing until Program for the
tables, which were laid with arranged tlthonias and different Mrs!: Mike Dew, served delicious -i the people's choir. Miss S. C.. on November 11. Mrs. A. I smooth. Add extract. Sift together November Week begin
young 3,
al- 1939
Z. Adkins elected as an
white luncheon cloths and cen- shades of orange dahlias were refreshments to the following Alice Fernandez presided at the was I flour and baking powder.
ternate. Miss Olive Ray presented -
with bud vases, holding intervals on the long salt to whites and beat
tered placed at guests: Missel Ida Lee Cone piano.A Mann Add egg LAST TIMES r,)tAY J
of Miss Arlene
radiance rose buds. The guests luncheon table. Novelty Hal- Clara majority of the Starke mem- the name until stiff. ,Add flour mixture and Lana Turner Richard CarlJ
Marion and Helen Dowling,
in the
found their places by means of lowe'en favors were found at each bers were present and the out-of- for membership chapter, milk alternately to the creamed In"DANCING
cards.At Flume, Ruby and Fannie Slloox and her name was unanimously
floral tally-place guest's place. town guests for this special tea butter and sugar mixture beatingwell COED"DoubleaFeatureol
the conclusion of the bridge Mrs. L. G. Powell chairman of Jennelle Hutchings, Doris Crews, and service came from the Northern approved.Mrs. after each addition. Carefully -

game the scores were totaled and American Home acted as toast- Eloise Bullock, Margaret Lennon Presbytery ((1. e. the north Ferryman Mrs. J. M. fold In the egg whites. Bake In !l&gra

:Mrs. Eugene L. Matthews was master for the occasion and In her Emmalyne Morgan, Jean Davis Florida district of Presbyterian Brownlee and Mrs. Davis each a greased form pan in a moder- Joe E.

presented with a pair of hose for inimitable manner gave a brief Martlle Hemingway, Juanita Bare- Churches) and the guests repre- gave a report of certain featuresof ately hot oven ((380 )twenty min In Brown

making high score. Mrs L. F. 'humorous talk and an appropriate foot, Frances Peek, and Mrs. A. sented Crescent City San Mateo, the State Convention which utes. Ice with boiled Icing. ,

Chapman won the bingo game and toast to the president. Mrs. E. Lightfoot and Mrs. Marvin St. Augustine, Eustls and Green was held In Jacksonville last .--- "BEWARE SPOOKS"

received a dainty linen handkerchief Duncan responded in a clever Hazen. Cove Springs. month. Mrs L A. Davis was IntermediatE B. Y. p U. HasHallowe'en Ritz also
Mrs. Demorest presentedMrs. manner. She expressed her ap- elected president of the chapter BrOthers Jane Withe

Robinson with a piece of costume preciation for the honor that was and the other officers are: first Party ThursdayThe In

jewelry as a memento of bestowed upon her and told of Carolyn CallstreetSees vice-president Mrs. L Q. Powell; intermediate Baptist Young "PACK VP YOUR TROVE

this occasion. her desire that the club would second vice-president, Mrs. J. W. People's Union enjoyed a __
Those enjoying the party with continue to work In close har- Andrews; secretary. Miss Madge Hallowe'en party Thursday nightof Sunday & Mnnfla

the hostess and honoree were: mony. All, Hears All, Prints All Middleton; treasurer, Mrs. E. K. last week at the home of their Don Ameche Alice Faye

Mrs. E. L Williams__ Mrs. James... Preceding the toasts the guests Perryman; historian, Miss Amelia leader, Mrs. R. A Thomas. In"IIOLLYWooD ,
Lewis. Mrs. -H. c. mien, Mrs/ L sang- "Pack Up Your Troubles," What a week) What a weekt I the new murder mystery "Who i Ray; registrar, Miss Olive Ray; Out door games were playedand CAVALC.VDB

D. Vining, Mrs N Sternberg, accompanied at the piano by Mrs That's the way It goes though Killed Aunt Maggie": The title chaplain Mrs A. M. Darby, fortunes were told and fol-
Mrs K. G. Duncan. :Mrs. J. W. L A Canova. Either nothing happens, or tickles my curiosity After business, a social half lowing the outdoor entertain- Tuesday ft Wednesday

Kincaid, Mrs O. L. Beasley, Mrs. War too much does Seems that we Dolly Lambe and Junius Smith hour was enjoyed and at this ment and guests were Invited in- Kenny BakerIn
The "The was
D. P. Carpenter, Mrs. L. F Chap- subject strike medium of the carnival Invited the
never a happy were highlights time the hostess guests to the dining room to partake of
man, Mrs. C. A. Knight, Mrs. T. ably discussed by the Rev. Charles around these parts Words parade Tuesday afternoon into the dining room where most delicious refreshments of orange "THK MIKADO"

T. Long Mrs E, L. Biggs!, Mrs Allen pastor of the Presbyterian fall me (as the nagging wife said Hope you saw them In their tempting refreshments were serv- punch and cookies. The dining
Church. The Rev. Mr. Allen told Thurs., Frl., Nov
W B. Sewell, Mrs M. F. Brown, 9. :o
when her husband cut off her horse-drawn cart The HORSE ed buffet style. The long table ; decoratedwith
and 1 rp" ,,Eugene: L. Matthews,, of the responsibility for and peace tongue) when I start out to givea was in front q., The carnival Itself was covered with a handsome lace room, was Fall }attractively flowers and. fern. Marx Brothers Florence R
that the women have urged
"""- w' few high-lights of the past was a big success in spite of cloth and centered by a bowl of Thirty-five were In
them to study the true Issues of young persons (
Baptist Circles To Meet the war so that they will not be week But I'll try anyhoo the chill Everybody there dahlias and roses; balancing the present and Mrs. T. B. Harding "MARX BROTHERS \T TH1

The four circles of the Baptist swayed by propaganda. In clos- First, of course, was last Fri- Mrs. Hogan Smith waiting in line central arrangement there were assisted Mrs. Thomas In caringfor CIRCUS"FLOWERS

Woman's Missionary Society Win ing he urged the women to hold day's pigskin battle By far to have he fortune told The candles In silver holders; and from her guests i
met Monday, November 6. Circle the most pulse-upping one I've Vincent St. Johns patronizing the this table Mrs. L. A. Davis poured
number one, Mrs L. G. Powell, out for peace.Twentytwo. witnessed this seasolThe hot dog stand S E. Sparks Russian tea and Mrs. C. W. +-----, ....-. -.-.- -.- ,_..-.. ... 'L r _

leader, will meet with Mrs D. L club members were lighted field The band music trying to hit the "nigger baby" Chalker assisted In serving.

Silcox at 3:30: o'clock in the aft present to enjoy this lovely affair The uniformed cheering section Johnny Whittemore provinghe Other members present be-

ernoon. Circle number two, Mrs All the trappings of a can "bark" as well as coach sides the hostesses Mrs Darby All orders filled with careful considers- ]

H. L. Brownlee, leader, will, meetat big time football game .' And football T. K. McClane havinga Mrs. L. G. Powell and Miss Tison, tlon for the requirement of the Indiiidual.! 1

3:30: o'clock P. M. with Mrs i Vlra. D. P. Carpenter do the natives love It? Well, big time with a set of celluloid were: Mrs., J. W. ''Andrews, Mrs.J. e Special attention given to j
Annie Rlcharde at the State Farm. Addresses Woman's Club you should seethe crowds that're teeth And so on, ad Infinitum -, M. Brow 1lee, Mrs. C. W. Chalker promptness and

Circle number three, Mrs. H. I.. Mrs. D. P. Carpenter, state turning out All the news not ? Mrs. Hal Edwards and Mrs. economy

Hough, leader, will meet with. chairman of Character Education on the gridiron, however For Most amusing carnival side- Effie Miner of Lawtey, Mrs. L. A. Mrs. L. G. PowellPhone
Mrs. Pate Gassett In the afternoon with a Mrs. W. L. Wall, Miss
: of the Federated Women's Instance George Manassa show, however, was the "picture Davis
at 3:30 o'clock Circle number and Mrs. L. F, hat on First time I ever saw gallery" A collection of pho- Madge Middleton, Mrs. E. K. 123-J
four, Mrs. L. A. Canova lead. Clubs the State Farm, vice Chapmanof president that happen tographic evidence out of the dim Perryman Misses Olive and -- _._ _._._, _._._._rn _._ _-.___

er, will meet Monday night at 7:30: of Section 4, were guest speakers Swell bunch of fellows in Carl dark past Every attic In town Amelia Ray.
o'clock at the home of Mrs R. G __ __
must have been raided. Too bad 0
at the Lake Butler Woman's Roberts' Band Came out and '4
co-hostess.Kldd. with Mrs. Orle Wiggins as Club meeting Monday afternoon. joined the high school maeatros the weather made It necessary to Mrs. Ida Fernandez NOTICEOn

After the business meeting :Mrs. as soon as they arrived for the hold this exhibit In the school Honored by Woodmen Circle

Joe Hill Williams of Lake Butler, dance And while I'm passingout house, away from the main part Mrs. Ida Fernandez of Pensa-
Rev. A E. LightfootTo
president of the club, presentedMrs. compliments at least a coupleof of the carnival 4 More people cola state of the Wood-
president and After November 15
Speak At Meeting D. T, McGlll who In turn home-grown orchids for Bill should have seen .It. men Circle, was the honored guest
Mrs. L. G. Powell, chairman of Introduced Mrs. Carpenter and Plummer, our demon announcer All hall the carnival queen! when the local called ""

American Home, has charge of Mrs. Chapman. Mrs. Carpenter The guy's good If I didn't Patsy Roberts Elected by Friday special meeting. grove The meetIng Garbage. Will 'Be Collected On

the program at the regular meet choose as her subject,for, the aft- know better I'd be willing to bet popular vote.. ., ?X oral Bennett,, was held' in the Woodman "r v-

ing of the Woman's Club which I ernoon "Citizenship. while' Mra. It was Ted Husing behind the Gloria Buford, arid Sadie Prince Hall and at this time Mrs< Fer- Tuesdays and Fridays

will be held in the club 'auditorium Chapman talked .on. ."Unity of mike Except of course Bill were runners-up All four are] nandez paid her official visit to
Wednesday afternoon at 3:30: o'-I Purpose. makes fewer mistakes such sweet; pretty girls and looked the All Property Owners
grove.
clock, and has announced that had so lovely lined up with their
Other club members from And then the dance It The Hall was attractively deco-
the Rev A. E. Lightfoot, pastor Starke attending were: Mrs. A. Z. more, oomph than Ann Sheridan escorts .. I wanted to stuff the rated with quantities of gladioli i Must Place Garbage Cans On Street

of the First Baptist Church, will Adkins and Mrs. K. G. Duncan. Plenty of room Good ballot box for each one of them roses and other Fall flowers. The

be the guest speaker for the aft music Dim lights The outstanding floral decoration was For Collection

ernoon. Will Meet MondayCircle moon shining through the big windows Side Glances Saturday. : Marjorie the president's motto "Be Ready"which
Mrs. K. G. Duncan Stump home for the first
president
Who could ask for was made of two shades of
will preside over the business session. Number One of the time since she started teachingIn
? The did them
more guards
pink roses.
Woman's Society of Christian selves proud And didn't they Altha Way out there in MI'.. Maude Andrews, guardianof City Council of Starke Fla.
West Florida . She'll be ,
for this will
Hostesses meeting Service of the Methodist church look handsome In their uniforms? i the local and assistant
grove
be: Mrs. C. F. Ward, Mrs. C. H. 'home again for the Wainwrlght-
will meet Monday afternoon at Wonder if there are any vacancies state musician, presided over the
Nasworthy Mrs. E. L. Biggs Fugate nuptials late this month
three o'clock at the home of Mrs. open for a good war Mra. J. R. with her six- business meeting and IntroducedMrs.
Mrs W, H. Hart, Mrs. A. H. nurse? Kelly who
Fernandez delightedher
Johns Mrs. Ralph Alvarez, and Eugene L. Matthews. Circle weeks-old-son Such a fine This Is Headquarters for
So many lovely ladles looking listeners with an Informativetalk
Miss Lucille Edwards Number Two will meet at the looking little fellow ,
their ball room best Margaret on the work of the various
home of Mrs. I F. Smith As Recently I warned everyone who FLORENCE OIL HEATERSCIRC.
Pearce with her brunette locks groves throughout state. Mrs.
WHITE'S CREAM Intends to join the Red Cross this
week week of me of a Andrews also the folloWing -
1 next Is a prayer, done high, reminding year to tuck a dollar under the presented
VERMIFUGE 19th print Mary Lee state officers who made
there will be service at three o'- Century rug so you'd have It when the CABINET
Has long been used for expelling > of Tallahassee in led blue satin. brief Interesting talks: Miss Abbie
clock Tuesday afternoon and also workers pay their visit Bet-
round worms in chil Lou Struth in dubonnet crepe Holden of Jacksonville national Portable Heaters on Terms,
both at the ter look and see If It's still there
dren. Price 35c.OARPFNTER'S Wednesday night Hazel Moore giving Paris a run cause Frank Landrum, Elmo committee woman and state man- as Low

DRUG STORE church for its money with a bustle. bowGertrude I Struth, Grace Williams or Ruth ager; Mrs. Wlnfred Cauthen of $13.95

Hearing in old- Sternberg will be around next Jacksonville state chaplain; Mrs.
fashioned white net and lace Eula Ballantine of Gainesville
week They're anxious to raise ;
brunettenessset state historian Mra Jewell 4 it CRUDE OIL
Myrtice Carpenter's the quota this year And ; Brayof
off by purple taffeta whether they do or don't dependson Ocala state captain; :Mrs. Flor- Radiant'Type as Low on
Charlie Lou Vlnlng' royal blue rte Warren of Jacksonville, state
INSURANCEHAROLD YOU Terms
her auburn attendant Mrs. Minnie Hilde-
satin going well with What a lot of birthdays this ;
hair Margaret Duncan lookIng week: Irma Buford'a Jaa. .brand of Jacksonville state auditor I $29.95

very regal !In blue velvet Lambe's, Glen Wood's, MadeeMiddleton' : ; Mrs. Lou Ada Lockwood of
Elizabeth Molpus like a Dresden Jacksonville, past ''state national
And doubtless Co.
doll in shlmmery white i Many others But If you send pres- representative; Mrs. Vonda Inmanof Hart Furniture

many others just as attractive, but ents to those four, that'll prob- Starke, state ;vice-president Starke, Florida
with the lights going dim so often, be and district manager; Mrs. Ella
C. WALL AGENCY ably enough for one week .
didn't have a chance to check Well, no long See you at Rimes Strickland, of Lake Butler,

Please Phone 146 everyone the game tonight past state president; and Mrs.
You know It was a good dance Mildred Rimes secretary.
Carolyn.
Even brought Owen Griffin During the evening the grove MoreCOMICS.
and Helen Cook over from St. Miss Jenelle Hutchings presented Mrs. Fernandez and
Augustine Two of my most Miss Holden with Early American
One Night Only favorite people Also among Entertains B. Y. p, U. Mon. Spice cosmetic sets Mrs. Inman

S TAR K E the out-of-towners. Mr. and Mrs Miss: Jenelle Hutchings washostess presented each state officer with

D. C, Jones of Gainesville Monday night at the homeof an appropriate gift. She also

Lot Madison & Broadway Mrs. J, W. Morgan (Aunt Vlda her parents Mr and Mrs. T, presided over the junior gradua-

8 to a boat of admiring friends) M. Hutchings, when she entertained tion services.

Nov. gets a big kick out of watching members of the Baptist Little Miss Janet Inman delight- .

Wednesday, young people enjoy themselves. .. Young People's Union at a de- fully entertained the guests with

She took in the football game and lightful Hallowe'en party. several nursery rhymes.The .

then stayed at the dance till intermission The guests met at the hostess' team of juniors attractively OF

Says she would home at 7:30: o'clock and from dressed, In costumes of green and DAY-TO-DAY ADVENTURES

have stayed till it was over If the there went on a short treasure white, assisted in all drills and POP-EYE PUFFLE AN
JUDGE ,
1 1 orchestra had played right hunt. Upon their arrival from other floor work during the even- ,
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straight through Next day she the hunt they were Invited Into Ing.At NIE ROONEY, BLONDIE, THEY'LLDO

said so much pep and energy on the witches' den which walt plac- the close of the meeting IT EVERY TIME LAUGH-A-
the part of the youngsters at the ed In one corner of the yard. tempting refreshments of punch ,

41 ball game and so many beautiful The entire yard waa gaily decorated and cake were served. The punchwas DAY!

l\ women and handsome men at the in the true Hallowe'en served from a large punch

dance, made, her feel a lot younger spirit. Jack-o-lanterna lighted the bowl which was placed on a lace _--.

__ herself way for the fun makers, while covered table. An arrangementof
Senior class rings arrived last ghost., witches and black cats roses and fern added a decora- Full Week's Sequence in Addition to

Friday and were those dignitaries added to the "terror" of the tive note to the punch table. Mrs. Weekly
Regular Comic
UrFUI Gn 6 pd making lots of unnecessary gestures party. During the evening fortunes Eunice Wilson and Mrs. George 16-Page -
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at the ball game! They're were told and Hallowe'en Inman were acting hostesses for

'"'us pF HotteSt goodlooklng, all right games were played. Favors were the evening. In Early Edition Only

dsansAr Aside to the Nasworthysi I'm horns and other noise makers and I Representatives from Jacksonville -

F f free any Sunday afternoon you I candy suckers, dressed as witches.At i Lake City Lake Butler,

want to take me for a spin in the I, the conclusion of the evenIng Gainesville Palatka, Ocala, Pen- ATLANTASUNDAY

l new car ts the smartest thing i i the hostess assisted by her sacola. Island Grove and Alachuawere

pOpWa paCts-- I've seen on wheels Mrs. N. mother, served tempting refreshments present to enjoy this called
Steinberg recommends "Escape" of sandwicbe: and punch. meeting. AMERICAN

FEATURING The South's Famous Favorite Black-face It's a new one at the Library About thirty guests were Invit- Preceding the meeting a delight

Comedian-COTTON WATTS The Georgia Cracker and a real thriller Speakingof ed to enjoy the party with the ful three course dinner was held
books; guess I'll have to read hostess In the Magnolia Cafe.
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. BITS of LOCAL NEWS Mr. and Mrs. James Godbold, Mack Futch spent! the weekendin SPECIAL MUSIC AT TABERNACLE

of Jacksonville, were guests Sun- Jacksonville as the guest of

____. __ u .. ._ ... -- day of Mrs. W. S. Stroman andMis Tommy Rltch. While there he attended -
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;;;rs. E L. Molpus spent Mrs. R. A. Thomas Is spendingthis :Mrs. Junlus M. Smith and S. S. Dowling. ball game.the Lee High-Leon foot-
weekwith
her
daughter, Mis.
ID JaCkannv111e. young son have returned from J. B. Alexander, Sam Anderson,
C. M. Fowler In
Tampa. the Alachua '
County Hospital in and G. P. Wadsworth of Hamptonare Mrs. O. L. Beasley and Mrs. 74'r. :
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spent sev' Gainesville.N. 't Si'
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Dolly I wabe enjoying a week of deer hunt- Jeanette Klncaid returned Tues
week in Jackson.JI'I Miss Lois Long of Jacksonville
ing near Darian Ga.
'SSI from
where
day Tampa
they
spent the week-end here with her D. WainwrIght Jr., returned
mother, Mrs. F. H. Long. Tuesday from Atlanta. Georgia visited their parents Mr. and S
-- Mrs J. H. Lord and Mrs. H. L. Mrs. A. C. Durden
-;;- vandiviere and Miss following a stay of several dayson Hough returned to their homes "k *

Saturday In Miss Johnnie Russell spent the business.Joe here Friday after spending some Miss ,e _
pent Doris Strickland and Miss
;t stump week-end In St. Augustine with time in New Orleans. .t'-- "
mile.Be Wilkins attended the Helen Carmichael spent the week-
her father G. R. Russell. state .
end in Penney Farms as guests of
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meeting of the Rehabilitation Ad- Miss Juanita Wilkins of Lees t I
Carmichael and Misssplcdand ministration held in Gainesville Miss Charmlchael's parents, :Mr.an.1 ,. rt1T
alai n spent Sunday In Last Call for the Itexall One last week. burg was the week-end guest of Mrs. Frank Carmichael
Cent Sale. Saturday the 4th Is the her brother and sister-in-law Mr.
.]na. last. Day. Carpenter's Drug Store. -Lester and Mrs. Joe Wilkins. ------ a
A.Hall
--- I Mr. and and Mrs. J. M. Brownlee returned

Shirley Morgan spent the Miss Thelma Hall, of Cltra, at- Tuesday from Gainesville where'
Mrs. L. C. is In Jackson-
Ray
Mr and Mrs. Lea- G. P. Parrlsh who is employedIn tended I she few
with the football game here spent a days as the guestof
.4 ville at the home of her
Auburndale visiting The Rev. Paul Weber and will be at the Tabernacle
JlAll of Citra. spent Sunday and Friday night. her son and daughter-in-law, I I party Friday
and the Rev.
Monday here with his family. son daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Milton Brownlee. night, Nov 3. They will bring their "Golden Bells," pictured above
and Mrs. Laurie G. Ray.
iiiln Sternberg and Mrs. G. L. Patten of Tallahasseehas '- which will be played by Miss Weber

gone spent Tuesday after- Mrs. Lonzle Norman of He 11- returned after spending a few Follow the Crowds to the One I Mr. and Mrs Bill Page and :

[B Gainesville._ bronn Springs was the week-end days here with her mother, Mrs. Cent Sale. Saturday In. the last children Billy and Martin of
guest of Mrs. Fronle Clemons.Mr E. K. Canova.Col. Lake ,
da)'. Carpenter's: Drug Storr. City Mr. and Mrs. W. L.
C.Z L Anderson and two Edwards and daughter Fred- I J Guardian of Life and Health

a. Joyce and Alleen. of and Mrs R. C. Buford and and Mrs. J E. Futch of Mrs. O. L Beasley and Mrs. J. erlcka. and Mrs. Frank Q. Bauk-

sr were weekend guests of daughter, Miss Gloria Buford DeLand will spend the week-end I W. Kincaid spent the first of the night and daughter Jane Merrill,

|4?. Parrish. spent Thursday in Jacksonville here as guests of Mr. and Mrs. I week In Tampa as guests of their all of Jacksonville were week-end

H L. Brownlee.Mr. : parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Dur guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. H.
med personal station Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Lewis of den Struth and Miss Kate Struth.

ffjie! Bradford County TeleIFaWord Brooker were recent guests of and :Mrs A. O. Andreu --. -

Mrs. Lewis' father, W. J. Johns. spent the week-end In Jackson Mrs. Guy Sale of Tallahassee Mr. and Mrs. B. Jacobs spent

ville as guests of Mr. and Mrs. returned to her home today after Sunday and Monday In Ft. Meadeas ;,

L. H. Hall of Cltra was the Ancil Wainwrlght. spending several days here with guests of their son-in-law and

guest of his grandparents last her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J B. daughter, Mr. and Mrs. William
week Mr. and Mrs. L. U. Morgan. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Murphry and Sapp. Dobrow. Friends of Mr. and Mrs.

and son, James Edward of Palatka Dobrow will be interested to learn

irED TO BUY cows allIts Bill Powell of Punta Gorda were guests Sunday of Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Boswell of that they are moving this week to s

Market! prices paid box on spent the week-end here with his Mrs. V. B. Harrell. Jacksonville and Wisdom O'Nealof Pahokee where Mr. Dobrow has ISIe1Y
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;! parents, Mr. and Mrs. George B. Ocala were guests Sunday aft opened a Five and Ten Cent
t Fla. 331lyr.pPECANS Flynn. Oh, Susie, did you place your ernoon of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene L. Store. t, Yr '
order for that Saturday SpecialOne Matthews. -
Highest -
:rED
_Ie i prices paid direct to Miss Gladys Elliott 'of.;Jacksonville Cent Sale value at Carpen Mrs. A. D. Williamson of Brad- i4y

IOTI. If you have pecans. was the guest Sunday and ter's, Drug Store!>> ? Mlsa Marjorie'Stump, who Is a en ton, Ray Carter of Jacksonville, 5'

and member of the Altha High School and Wilbur Freeman a student at
ale,we will pay you dealer Monday of Mr. Mrs Calvin v
tf. Get In touch with us. Johns. Merrill Futch, connected with faculty, spent the week-end here the University of Florida In j

akin k full for your dellveru the Extension Service at the Uni- with her parents Mr. and Mrs. Gainesville, were week-end guests k

|. unloaded at our ware-' :Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Cox of Live versity of Florida, is spending a Fred Stump of Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Bishop.
few here with his ,
days parents
1522 North Washington Oak were guests Sunday of Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Futch, For L. U. Morgan and J. E. Rosier
ut Albany, Georgia. Tele- Cox's parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Can Pennies. Talk? You bet!
the past three weeks he has been and son the latter two of Law ,wi
1104. i Silcox. Come to the Itexall One Cent Sale
s '' herd testing cattle for the Guernsey tey, made a business trip to Ft.
1104. THAD' HUCK- and find out for your self Just 1. 1;
Cattle Club of Jacksonville. I Pierce last ,Friday.
i Albany Georgia. Mrs. W. J. Epperson spent the how much you cum buy for only

10-27 4t first of the week in Jacksonvilleas one cent Carpenter's Drug Store
i' the guest of Mrs. D. S. Par- i, wf

j PECANS--Get my prices menter. Mrs. Vonda Inman, in her capacity 'Sr
t you sell. -Geo. Inman at': J as state vice-president of Y. -" 48 .S.St

i Farmers' Market Starke, Mr. and Mrs. Glen Searing of the Woodmen Circle, has completed a- sow .le $v .
tf : |
Jacksonville were guests Sunday a tour of the groves In her
,
JlALE-Gocxl 2-wheel trailer. : afternoon of Mr. and Mrs. N. Byllusio L 01"3 "' ,1> district which Included Lake City, 4"h

ittll cheap. Mrs. J. H. ; Sternberg.Mrs. t. Photo Syndicate Gainesville, Alachua, Jacksonville.
Features /
Fla. Ocala, Palatka and Starke
It Lawtey Itp.
C. W. Chalker spent the don't hear much of Cuban strels. You may not know it-*na! --_.

|BEST Furnished apart- week-end In Gainesville as the melodies nowadays but there I you may not'care-but the capacious Americana Mr. and Mrs T. J. Buford and A reserve of 44,000 Red Croit registered nurses stands ready to aid In '

with private bath. Extras guest of her brother-in-law and was a time a few seasons back when catalogue includes of such"Pretty musical Boy: Floyd". daughter, Lucy Ann, and Miss preserving the life and health of the nation. Typloal activity of Red Cross

desired. Locked garage. sister, Mr. and Mrs. DeWitt C. I Cuban songs "Outlaw: DOlinger"; "Bad ManJones" Rosa Balsilen of Jacksonvillewere nun Is shown working In clinic under doctor's supervision. Red Cross
lA.Scott, Starke Fla. Itp Jones. were all the rage. 'Messe John. James", "Billy theKid" week-end guests of Mr and nurses are nation's reserve for Army, Navy and Government hospital
Their decline ,
rt un- ,service and also to serve civilians In epldamlo or disaster. The Red Cross
"The Boaton Burglar Mrs. R C. Buford. Miss Balsden
doubtedly accompanies -
in "Last 01 Nursing Service Is supported by members who Join the Red Cross during
"Wanted Wyoming"
the remained for a longer visit with
the 21 Years" and NAT SEZ: E gradual passing Mr. and Mrs. Buford. h
of the rhumba Years in the State Prison". WhaUNot
When times get tight folks begin % .. and the tangoon one! serenade to Al Capone -
; 4 to figure ways and mean of saving the American .

money. They start nut to / dance floors.The America is
Say what you will FUEE DELIVERY
hunt bargains. One of the worst Cuban emphasis fairly free now of bassos booming

,e // bargains that they get It a pair reached its "Rocked In the Cradle of the Deep s. R. Johns
of PHONE
of cheap shoes. k __s. height.. *!_-course._iri tenors crying Tosti's "Good By",
mn -
( Paper shoes look mlftfity good Reid of wtSoule "Peanut l HIV Ven-Ills Mocking sopranos Bird"shrilling. "Listen to the ,

setting up In the dhow window, dor", the English word. of which -
but they can't take It when it were written by one of Broadway's Band leaders are polithlny fl p
rain You would be surprised most noted songsmiths. L. Wolfe their brass rehearsing nsw arrangements 45

how little more you have to pay Gilbert in collaboration with the of old favorites against the
for a pair of all leather shoes, former vaudeville star, Marion Sun still potsible visit, of the Duke and & Sons 1
shine. Its repetitious rhythm its insistent Duchess of Windsor. They remember PLENTY OF I'AHkINU
then you don't have to alt, homeon scale-spanning, its gay little wAe"or" lIr Prince of Sl'ACK

a rainy day. melody gave it an enormous vogue Wales was one of the most enthusiast
for a few months. io patrons of American dance NEAR TilE 8 A. I. DEPOT a

Following a period, of? prospecting music hope again to win_his esteem. AND CARRY PRICES t 1
In the Hollywood goldfields There was o time, too.
Gilbert reestablished not so long ago when
himself in Tin every song plugger along BANANAS 3 Pounds lOc
Pan Alley as the princi- Broadway banked upon
pal English balladeer of vast popularity for his
Cuban tunes. Trampling new tune by repeatedly
he .ct acclaiming it "A Favorite Blue Rose White
in the sugar cane Fancy
0'h.. Prince of
with several
came up {p Wales" Ibs. 17 BACON Lb. IOC
hip-shaking things as "African tunes, such La- Jack Denny's, orchestra RICE, 5 C ,

memo"(Africa Lament) 4, the only dance band I

by Ernesto Lecuona; in America that ever Fancy Red Fryers Jersey
Mama Yne (Ma. had the right to carry
"Ay
ma Inez) and"El Amor the crests "By appointment We Dress 'em lb. 25c CORN FLAKES 5c I
Sincero" (Sincere Love) s to II. R.H.," the tj
by Eliieo Grenet and t. .Vrince of Wales. It j

"Mirla.La-Lo". also by I once acted at official Lima G. N. LARD
tats fll8pen.er dsrtng"Peanut Baby or
Th'mullc of
Lecuona. L' Wolfe Gilbert the Pr'nee' tour 0/ Call II 5c lOc 1
Intl- Pound
Vendor", (ASCAP) ada.BandmanllalKemp I BEANS, lb.
d.stall... wan composed! .
hand
fondly recoil that onCIIII. had
Moises SimonsGilbert
by
member of the Prince as/a fellow-passenger during >
the American. a prominent Society of Composers, a crossing of the Atlantic Fancy York Macaroni, SpaghettiAPPLES3
publishers Is beet voyage made memorable for Kemp 10e 5c
Authors and Ibs. Salt 2
known of course as the author of and nit men 1 by the fact thai II.R.II.plalfld or pkgs.

t "Waiting for chI Robert E. Lee-, / the trap regularly in the

one of the great hosannas of the band's reheartali. Maxwell House Fla. Pork ,'
other -
Indeed only one
1 f / ieI ragtime era. Berlins Music Is more than ever In the 25c 15c
Irving
song of that era. COFFEE lb. CHOPS lb.
"Alexander's Ragtime Band", cap air In America since the advent of ,
radio. Government statisticians have
the fancy of
lured so completely
1
s' t .a'I learned there are now more professional
ty America. musicians In the nation than 5 Pounds
.
#-.l-- I preachers or lawyers and Ave timesas S U GAR: 24C ,4

Iloven't heard a- new /na'aboll' many as there are Journalists. With Each; $1.50 Order
the Mississippi in month AnlSIsn't Pr1 tI
it time for a tune about the j
Hudson and the Oenesee and the never hear the "llnr"Vldow 10 Pounds OLEO r,,
Waltz" that I don't grow willful
been ttrangetyneglected.
' Allegheny They've vanished of Broad- 17c 12c
over the glory MEAL Pound '
way-the Broadway of Kector't and 1'
Churchitri and Bhanley'i and j
The lune-detectora never get tired. George U. Cohan and the Hotel
Comes batoneer Doll Beator to say Knickerbocker' just at I never hear Charmer
Brand
k0dtcnl Your children de- that the Mexican toe-tickler. "La the strains of "Ulle. ;Modiste" and 11 Any
''en,happy, Cucuracha" Is nothing more than a "Babes in Toytand"/ that I'm not COFFEE, can C Tall Milk can 6 C
healthy feet now y witch In rhythm of Eddie!: Cantor'sold vividly reminded of the days when ,
and'in I lacer life Assure song. "Now's the Time to Fall Fritzi Scheff and Kettle Wynn were Laat chance! at thin. price
dm by In Lore" Foremost of the tune- town. Round T-Bone
teeing char they are the toast of the or
h Is, of course, Sigmund I
:jkrly, fitted with smartly Spaeth.Selectors lie was the Columbus who So many tango bands about' i STEAKS Ib. 19 C Toilet Tissue, 3. for lOc t

lI\Irdliy built ..cjenei6ronarruncdWeatherBud. first tracked "Yes. We Have No Ships from South America the past ,
filly Banan.." to Ita lair, discoveringthat few years have been crowded with j,
ache !It was derived from not one but' and their marimbas on their
shoes that LOOK them I Sliced Breakfast 4 STRING
I IrI'r several famous melodies. Including hotel and radio studios. ,
a.. way to grills
,, FEEL BETTER... -Mr Bonnie Lies Over the Ocean" Seventy-five years ago there BACON, Pound 19cF BROOMS 15c
EAR BETTER I and the "HalleluJab" chorus by was only one marimba band (in the j
flan'L.!1. world. A Ion Indian In the South -

$$1.98 No new songs" about" America'sbad hollow American reeds woods on learned strips of by wood striking he F TUXEDO $1 90 Tuxedo Egg F

up boys have issued out of the could produce musical sounds. Th I SCRATCH I MASH $2 50
hills in months. Lugubrious ditties Latin-Americans soon adopted the .
about notorious criminals have always device and became its foremost In. E

IT PAYS TO BUY AT had a strange hold upon the erpretwrs, tapping out tango and '
Imaginations of the mountain roin- love songs with equal eau CIMCO TUXEDO'

E SHORTS $1 65 Dairy; Feed E

SO YOU WANT TO WRITE A SONGf I Well theist .

title .U mentioned at least twice, once in II D D '

the Be sure opening your and once in the last strain of the melody. J See Us Before Selling- Your Corn & Pork ;




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BRADFORI' COUNTY TELEGRAPH tlJTARKE.I FLORIDA FRIO.\., l'iO''E\OIfR.: ; S,


DETAILS FACTS ON STORAGE LIVE STATE NEWS BETHEL-
STRESSES
SIX.FARMERS' SECTIONRURAL \.KinK FOR IHJTCHKKING CURING I ANI USE OF PECANSGI1 _. .- n y )trl!' D. D. WOIkluri

BLACKMON _. -
FARM FAMILY ;N BY .- -
-
MEAT FOR -- -
Mrs.
._ __.. .. .. .. .. 0 .-1 CAUSEWAY CLAWKD BY LIONS i Ralph GUIDe ?,?
-
__.____ __._ > __u -> -- > \ of Florida pecans HEARING ON ren of Boatdraln .,.
----- farmers who butcher Consumers West Palm Beach,-Circus fans ??
Florida
HINTS FOR THEHOUSEHOLD I hogs during the next few weeks may buy a supply sufficient for Tltusvllle,-Capt. C. H. Mason got more excitement than they guests of Mrs r> D w,0.n", (
States engineer family
of
without danger assistant United Sunday
attention to six months when a large
will do well to pay here paid for yesterday
COMMON SENSE G. H. Black- from Jacksonville, conducted Miss
details of selection, slaughtering them "going bad lion In Terrell Jacob's act jumpedon Dorothy ,'iliaBOlI
DEVELOPMENT IN MEALS FOR VARIED AGES I' curing and refrigeration, Dr. W. mon State Experiment Station last week a public hearing on an him from behind and clawed weekend guest ?, Mla.w:
VAST construct a $250-
to
said recently. application Starling.
GRASS PLANTING UNDER : G. Kirk, State Experiment Station horticulturist and drawbridgespan him up before being brought
WAY THROUGHOUT STATE By Anna Mae Sikes I animal husbandman, said today. Tests have shown that ordinary 000( causeway River. under control. Two other lions Catherine and Christine

Extension Nutritionist Hogs weighing from 150 to 225 storage with average cool temperatures across the Indian joined in the attack but were of Boatdraln wer. the
wee
all meetingthe thickly and smoothly Is satisfactory for nuts driven off by Jacob's helpers Al- guests of their
The green grass grows To be well fed means pounds, GO TO KEY WEST grandmother
I
later
around. food needs of the body every fleshed and carrying a medium that are to be consumed not MARINES though suffering a torn hip and Lizzie Lee.J. .

The good farmer has fought day, taking into consideration the amount of finish, are best for than the following March, but Key West-A marine detachment chest and leg lacerations, Jacobs M. Allen, from the
not to store here when the ( CC
grass with untiring energy, prob- composition of the family group.It butchering for home use. "It Is care should be taken will be based did not receive hospital treatmentand at Brooker was the '
first culti- cuts from the malong with fruits, veget- naval station reopens. Lieut. back to his animals \\lee
ably since crops were Is well to remember that "a more difficult to cure came put guest of his mother
vated. Time hal wrought change, I child older." heavy hogs while the meat from tables and other materials the Commander Fort Callahan tem- through a night performance.SEEK Woodard. Mrs
Is only a : grown
man odors of which they may absorbe, in charge of the station,
good farmer lacks flavor, porarily
the hogs .
and now .
however The food needs of (lulls are the very young Miss Edna
out. and two of- Glisson waJ
as one of his Important Station worker the Station worker pointed said 53 enlisted men
Hats have the Experiment
gram for children who FLOOD AREA week-end
same as Mr. Blackmon marine : would TO guest of Miss
He fertilizes It, Other facts ficers of the corps Gli
feed crops. for growth.It explained.
added requirements that the week. Clewlston,-The Everglades fire
this during
field brought out about crop time
other arrive some Lee.Mrs.
as he does any meet the food brought out by Dr.
Just him is possible to Other points is now being harvested Include the control board decided today to Frank Coleman
crop. He makes grass pay needs of all members of the Kirk include the following BOARD seek authority for the flooding of and
dividends In milk and meat, andIt with the foods which are Separate hogs from the herd 24 following. QUINCY MAN ON ren were visiting her m,
well. Grass has family Pecans will keep satisfactorily Tallahassee,. Governor Cone several hundred thousand acres of I Mrs. Richard Lee and famm,
him In to be !!
pays for the growing children. hours before they are
beat
is avail
after N. B. Jordan, wild lands while water
and Is now Hated as through the first summer last week appointed
graduated, children them water
includes Give day.Little
a family which slaughtered. I instructed Chief
board
stored at tem- succeed T W. able. The
if to
banker
harvest are ,
one of the major farm crops. therefore meals should be planned but no feed. Do not whip, pound! they from 37 to 40 I Quincy Lakeland on the State Warden W. M. Stafford to obtain Hazel Griffin of Boat!

Pasture tours In various placesare I for the children first with or drive the hogs with dogs, as peratures ranging Bryant of from officials of the was the dinner guest of
lower term authority
Fahrenheit but Control. Bryant's
of Allen
degrees Board
showing farmers and cattle- foods added to Increase the injuries causing: bruised areas in. district to Sunday.
be and is being If the Inflicted. storage temperatures are necessary expired last June but he continued Everglades drainage ...
men what can variety for the adults. their flesh will be _
main canals to divert to the
if they are to be kept longer to serve pending the appoint- use
done with grass and are calling children are growing at a steady I Severing the arteries and veins The best way to keep pecan ment of a successor. south waters now being passed into Disregarding the action oz

attention to this Important crop. rate with body weight increasingas in the neck will cause thoroughand kernels fresh Is to place them in the ocean through the St. President In proclaiming Tlj
The AAA has listed grass sowing they increase in height, we Shooting and giving Day this
bleeding. flood
through rapid a covered glass container and MIDGET BECOMES CITIZEN Lucie Canal. The proposed year one]
as one of the practices may feel reasonably sure that stunning hogs should not be resorted -, store them in the refrigerator. Sarasota,-Tiny Doll one of the area would be between Miami and earlier November 23 mate

which farmers can earn Where paymentsfor soil total calories are being met. to unless necessary. Hogs While pecans are high In food famous Rlngllng Brothers Bar- North News River canals. The November 30, Governor F

soil conservation.wash or plant Planning meals for the children should not be stuck in the shoul- value, are an Important source of num and Bailey Circus midgets, plan Is designed to prevent a repetition Cone this week officially
to away
is inclined roots up to S years of age Is not a dif- der as this will damage the meat. protein and are very helpful in appeared in Federal Court in of the huge fires that claimed November 30 as the

food Is apt soil to leach and grass catch the ficult mater, as their food ia Make arrangements to have preparing a balanced diet. aver- Tampa Friday of last week for swept the Everglades last Spring ion which Florida will obaer
anchor the rather limited in variety and their of hot water for scalding holiday. The Governor's
plenty
citizenship after drought.
both from loss. age per capita consumption a year her final American a long P
plant food saving meals vary little from day to day. and cleaning the akin of the ani- In this country is leas than two, Tiny Doll's real name is 9- mat Ion Is as followsto
of papers.
Thousands upon thousands After this age, when the choice of mala and have cool, fresh water ounces in the shell. Large quantities -I Elly Anna Schneider and she was FUGITIVE ARRESTED

acres, particularly In the southern food materials is practically unlimited handy to wash the carcasses after of pecans are consumed' born 25 ago in Stolpen Toledo Ohio-Detectives arrested -, a Toledo violinist who

part of the state, have been and the meals are being the internal organs have been re- during the holiday season but I IeveJ"yday Germany. years She is the last of the Doy H. Pope, 37-year-old oil officers tonight she had no kedge

planted to Improve grasses in the planned for adults, and possibly moved. Have the right tools to consumption duringthe Doll family to become an Amer- refinery worker, Saturday after of her husband's Florid

last five years. Other thousands for aged and sick as well as for do the work.A entire and especiallyfrom identifying him through police circulars carceratlon. Pope's escape,
year citizen.
ican
will be planted In the near future. children, the homemaker has a cool day )Is best for butcher- September to May Is far too .-- as a fugitive from the detective said, occurred aft

Cattlemen who have been convinced :Improved real job to plan prepare and Ing to insure quick drying and low when their food value is con- STILL FETES CHILDREN Florida prison farm. Pope also had served less than three
of these -
of the worth meals that meet the needsof of a 20-year term for
build- serve cooling cf the carcasa. Splitting sidered. Punta Gorda-a long dead Flor- known as Ray James, admitted

grasses are rapidly in them. all the group. the carcass down the center of Pecan kernels are delicious in ida governor was host to hundreds ,he escaped from the farm on slaughter.

ing up their acreage To meet the needs of those persons the backbone loosening, the leaf candles, cakes, pies salads and of Charlotte county school child- 'Christmas Eve, 1930, Detective
And the better are fin
grasses carrying :
from two to 10 times as many who are working vigorouslyor fat will help to cool it quicker. Ice cream, and In the well known ren. The annual Hallowe'en Ice Carl Hartung said and had been THE

cattle on the same acreage at the, exercising actively, an Increased Bacteria which causes souring salted style.In cream party paid for out of proceeds living here since. He Is married

same time producing beef of higher amount of fat and carbohy- or spoilage of meat are found in addition to doing a great of a $5,000 bequest left by
drate foods ia needed. Men and deeper portions of the shoulders deal of research on production of Governor Albert W. Gllchrest in

quality. women, if they are the same and hams and near the bone Immediately pecans, Mr. Blackmon has also his will was held on the grounds BUSINESSDIRECTORY I 1i lye + a
Carpet, Bermuda Dallls, and I height and and do the same I I11' wy
: age after the hog Is killed. experimented considerably with of a waterfront hotel. Gilchrlst II H
Para grasses are among the varieties work. need practically- the same These bacteria begin: to develop_ them as a menu item. One dish one-time grand master of Florida (

being planted with excellent which amount of food. unless the meat is quickly chilled he has worked out which he says ;;S D8.Mde; the Masonic lodge ; -
results. The old wlregraaa.
of of After the age of 50, as activity to 40 degrees Fahrenheit. Tem- ia "tops" for breakfast ia preparedin here trustee for the fund.
covered thousands acres I
haa
lessens the food Intake should be peratures ranging from 34 to 38 the following manner: To your .
range lands for all these years Is decreased accordingly if a state degrees will check these bacteria favorite cereal add some fruit WILL RESUME AIR SERVICE

rapidly being crowded out of the of health Is to be maintained Ap- until the salt of the curing mix- such as bananas, add a bit of Sarasota,-Sarasota air-port recently The drink

picture In favor of those kinds petite, however, may be as keenas ture penetrates to the center of sugar, sprinkle a liberal supply of met the approval of the ,, 1't

which give more nutritious graz ever the evidence of which la each cut. chopped pecan kernels on top and Civil Aeronautic Authority and r.'I that JACKSLEADING LLE':
over a much longer period
ing often seen in the tendency to gainIn Cuts neatly trimmed should be then cover the whole mixture direct air mail service to Sarasota

each year.Pasture. weight. Sugar, bread, and placed in cure aa soon as they are :with cream.BOOTSEY'S. will be resumed within the next everyhodyknows HOTEIat

lands are being fencedIn pastries should be reduced. Simple chilled to 40 degrees. Salt Is the I few days. The service was discontinued -I/it. ,.. ,/, lhl>ad,,..Ipraol
rapid order also. Recent research plain foods In moderate amountsare only ingredient actually requiredto BEACH last summer because of G]j- ,- total h I

with grasses and minerals, best for the aged. brown is conditions of the landing field but b..dddo..
cure meat but sugar By Miss Effle Crawford '. : SUMMER ;
and the eradication of the fever recent Improvements made dur- 5ct
and .ia.how.r..1
added to give a mild flavor COMFORT room kk I
tick have made possible almost the few months have ICOCACOLA
ing past .
POULTRY ADVANCINGPoultry to counteract some of the drying Prayer meeting of the Hellbronn
unbelievable progress with cattle and hardening effects of the salt. held made it possible for this serviceto 1 elr. ndla.end T.n.Scm bUwb.En ,b
Church was Tuesday
in Florida. When one becomes Is coming steadily to Baptist be continued. with bumprin,maltrMi aid rlamik.
Saltpeter is used in the cure to night at the home of Mr. and Mrs. BOT. CO. Banning let wattfoamriftroruuiiriicco
familiar with the.progress that the front In DeSoto County agriculture give color characteristics. A I.

has been made and is under way, according to County 'satisfactory "s 'gat'lcure" for 100 Joe Holms. KILL "GOLDEN EGO" HEN WE ARE
of Haw-
he is amazed Indeed I Agent E. II. Vance. The numberof pounds of meat contains eight Miss Gladys several Starling last Lake Butler,-Mrs. J. Kennedy PRESCRIPTIONEXPERTS COCKTAIL LOUNGE anj
chickens is Increasing and the thorne spent days had killed the SHOP
thought at first she, COFFEE
pounds of common salt, three Miss Inez
week with her cousin
In 1934 Florida had 89 commercial quality and production Is (improv of brown and three "goose that laid the golden egg"
pounds sugar,
baby chick hatcheries; in 19-; ing. One hatchery is to be plac- Rosier. I, when she cut into a fat hen to CARPENTER'SThe Orh.A. r.n ounces of saltpeter.Sldemeat Rudolph Chism Miss Retha ......NnM-O.tf.--M....1IoSoIo.
38 the number was 113 or 27 percent ed on the accredited list. Records I it for Sunday dinner. Inside -
prepare Rexall Store
or bacon, seldom over Geiger and Miss Doris Mae Gaf-
higher. During the same on one flock bred by a poultryman the gizzard she found a piece
two Inches in thickness can be
fney, all of Starke, were visitingat
time the hatching capacity In- showed two 300-egg birds.
of yellow metal about the size of
cured In from 10 to 14 days. the home of Mr. and Mrs. i NEAT APPEARANCE
creased from 1,100,000 to 1,800- .
at a $2.50 gold piece. Closer examination -
Shoulders and hams require Robert Crawford Sunday after-
000 eggs, or almost 80 percent. INTERESTED IN ELECTRICITYFarm least three days per pound apiece. noon.L. disclosed the dim outlines Means

families in the western Light smoking at Intervals of M. Murrhee and Joe Holms of the liberty head used on OTTO F. STOCK'S Dry CleaningSee

Relief At Last section of Levy County are show- two weeks prevents rapid develop- were business visitors In Jacksonville new dimes. Digestive juices had

Ing increasing interest in obtain- ment of molds but the meat be- last Thursday. turned the coin yellow. STRICKLAND

ing electricity for their homes, comes quite dry and hard. Wrap- Misses Justine and Josephine CLAYTON

County Agent T. D. Rickenbaker ping the meat in brown or oiled Johns of this section entertained INSURANCE MEN CONVICTED

For Your Cough reports. Attempts are now being paper and placing it In a tight their friends with a weiner roast Jacksonville, A federal jury

made to get a Rural Electrification sack aa it comes from the smoke Saturday night. convicted Thomas W Benson, HOME |

Creomulalon relieves promptly because Administration survey In the house will control molds for several -I Little Esther Geiger Is spending former president of the SuwanneeLife il BOREE FUNERAL
it right to the seat of the
trouble to goes loosen germ laden phlegm section. weeks. Store wrapped meatin several days with her grandparents Insurance company and Full line of Caskets & Undertakers Supplies

Increase secretion and aid nature to -- a cool dry place.Letter I Mr. and Mrs. O. C. three others on charges of mall AMBULANCE SERVICEDAY )
soothe and heal raw,tender,inflamed fraud conspiracy. The govern- AND NIGHT
bronchial mucous membranes. 4-II EARNINGS HELP Geiger of Starke.A ment charged Benson. J. P. At. 131 PHONE IS*
:No matter how many medicines you I large crowd from this sec
tried, tell your druggist to sell Earnings from their 4-H club 1 BoxLawtey tion attended the Hallowe'encarnival kins, W. H. Glllesple and C. O. G. H. BENNETT. Mjrr.
Thou a bottle of Creomulsion with the projects enabled five Alachua at school Davenport fraudently used the "A HOME-LIKE INSTITUTION"I
the Lawtey :
understanding that you are to like County Negro boys to enroll at; mails In connection with the sale

the way it quickly moneyCREOMULSION the Florida A, and M. College at I Florida house Monday night. I of some $190,000 worth of Su
or you are to have your Mr. and Mrs. P. B. Johns and
Tallahassee this. term accordingto Editor: Telegraph: wannee life Insurance stock dur-
Frank Finder, Alachua Negro I have often wondered about family of Jacksonville spent the ing the period from 1933 to 1937
week-end here with Mr. and Mrs.
for Coughs,Cheit Colds,Bronchitlf agent.INSURE the date of the creation of the when Benson was president
, world and I could not understand G. B. Johns. .

why our learned men of modern MARKET PLANNED I You can feel like

WITH times and the Bibical record of the Under the Triple A farm program Cocoa-Brevard County home '
\
date when God created the world farmers used greenmanure _. ...!! :
demon t ati 1 to
JOHNS & WAINWRIGHT a t on w omen pan op -
were so far apart, but now, crops on over 25 mllllonacres crate a handicraft and specialty a millionaire.,
BONDS thanks to Mr. Bruce ("What the in 1938. In Florida green man-
FIRE LIFE AUTO LIABILITY market in Titusville this winter,
Bible Does Not Say," by Curtis ure crops on over 25 million acres reports Mrs. Eunice F. Gay, home for $ ?

Phone 13 STARKE, FLORIDA Bruce Liberty Magazine September 746,299 acres on 29.870 farms. demonstration agent. They are

I 23) my worries are over; I checking their pantries and craft

i can now understand all about it. learned men or today differ so rooms for available articles to

FUNERAL DIRECTOR It.. Just aa plain as day to me much with the Bible In regardsto sell and are preparing other articles
.enl
t My Many Team Experience Make It Possible for Me to Render now, and a lot of other things are the. creation of the world, and not now on hand. The DUO-THERM'S i
I. the begin- this then should explain about *
EFFICIENT. PROMPT and COURTEOUS SERVICE made clear to me. e., Tltusvllle club has sponsored a "fir
end. when the end of the world may p
ning and the gives you
MODERATE PRICES market project for the past year, heater modern
to Mr. Bruce those 'come. like a
According heat
forced
and has finally obtained WPA
ap-
DeWITT C. JONES 'I six days of "creation" were each God worked six days consisting proval for erection of a building. expensive basement i furna

, Starke Florida 25,872 years long according to of 25.872! of our years per day. Men's organizations have lent a ceiling heat do

the length of a year as we com- He will also rest one day of 25- hand also Mrs. Gay It brings Itdrive
_..., Is In this rest says. where you need
872 and
tOo-n- -- pute time. This does not necessarily years ( the bouse-
mean that Archbishop period now). As time is with beat aU through
I FALL GARDEN VARIETY cornenbBl1leha
God. and God will not work on his. warms chilly
Usher's Chronology Is In error,I More Fall gardens and a greater I and eoH:
but that he should have said "Ac- I day of rest, then according to hot ceilings
of
variety vegetables are being
BUY cording to the knowledge of man I our way of computing time God planted by Hamilton County floor!
created at least will not create destroy or uniform
the world waa 4- again farmers than In several years. A You let even
[)IITherm'
I 004 B. C.. and perhaps much recreate this old world before hit comfort with
r larger acreage of rye la being to-ceng
I longer," and instead of the dates day of rest has passed or before planted this year than usual ac- ,new power.AitII1It /
reference the 19,928 A. D. Aa he in fuelcoe:
shown marginal year
on
as 50/0
I cording to County Agent J. .1.Secbre8t. avell at least
Your Burner or Fuel Oil i in the Bible he should have made would have a "God's Day" of DIALI

: i, them something like this: Genesis 25,872 of our years to work dur- lUST TURN THE

From Standard Oil Com first chapter first to the fifth ing his first work day after his o' silent resulatheatand

I verse between 159.238 B. C. and day of rest and should he destroythe Get clean of it fro

pany-Lights Quicker and I 133,364 B. C.; sixth to eighth world some time during or OUR MILK .- more of oU with D II

verse between 133.364 B. C. and at the very last part of this day every drop Bias

Burns Longer. Prices Right 107.492 B. C.; ninth to thirteenth then this old world would stand I Therm's patented

verses between 107,492 B. C. and until around 45.800 A. D. Burner!

Prompt Delivery.STANDARD 81,620 B. C.; fourteenth to nine- Thank you kindly. :Mr. Bruce I (] Colt DO more tJuln oW'

I teenth verses between 81,620 B. now understand all about when this neW heaten. See them todayl

C. and 55.748 B. C.; twentieth to this world was created and I also Buy bon

I twenty-third verses, between 55-! am not afraid that the presentwar DUO-THERM P.S-Enjoy s cooling yo

i 748 B. C, and 29,876 B. C.; In Europe means the end of Seldom Equalled terms\ in lummer-CrolR

i twenty-fourth to thirty-first the world nor that anyone need easy Power-Air I

verses between 29.876 B. C. and to be afraid to plant his Fall and Never Surpassed

OIL COMPANYK. 4.004 B. C. Or he could have Spring"garden sass"for fear that

simply said "Man is known to the world win come to an end before

have been living on Earth for at he or she can enjoy the-turnip PETERSON'SDAIRY QUIGLEY & DAVISStarke

G. DUNCAN, Agent least since 4,004 years B. C.. how greens and pot-llcker from

I much longer no one knows." his garden planted now.J. FloridaPAGE

The above will explain why our L. HarrelL ,



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CHURCH DIRECTORY & NOTES_ __ "Go Home u" Read Your Bible" -- Girl ScoutsThe lly VANDERBILT bliss. Velma Norman s, '.


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tp719T METHODIST PRESBYTERIAN EPISCOPAL I CIIRISTI A Strange Prescription But It Worked Misses Ruth Alvarez Velma.

Rg ytgbtfuot Frank Robinson Rev. Chan H. Allen !St. 'I..rk'. finest Sunday Schnol Supt heretofore unheard from Norman Margie Reddish Paul
nev. Pastor Pastor n.v. Fred Yerkee Jr I Mra. Ira Wilson (By A. G. Olson. Moody Bible Institute. Chicago) body now speaks. The Girl I and Robert Faulkner Levy Norman

Imem Supt E. K. Perryman nectDr' Sunday School Scouts of Starke. Troop 1. will : and Mr. and Mrs. Russel Nor
Oreanl"t Sunday SCbODI Supt 10 D'clock Teats Haul Ikea not knnwnr h*.t tk..u not heard that the r.rrl..tlnv I
Mdg S 0I Oen. Superintendent School 3ira E. M. Davie tiles Ella J. Situ (lied the ......1. the ('....1... .., the cad ..f th* ..er... (IntYth nut nrltkrr now report on what has been man all of this section attendedthe
of Dt Church Church School Supt, Orea.n.et ClltlRC.. OF CllltiST U wrarrr then !.. no .mrrhlnir of kU nnilrr.t..i..lln.v, II* Blvrtb nowr* done for the past month. meeting at Deaden churchlast
t' e Churuh School Ray Mathews Sirs.! !l. C.: Brown t.. the taints and to them that k*.. n.. mlitkt h. InrrraMrth. ..trenat\.
g 10 A. M. Harry Pickup. K"rn tfc* youths hall tnlnt and b. v>...". unit. the ronnir men nhiillttrrlr During the month or Octoberwe Sunday.Mr. .
0 A Trantna ornln.- Worship Church School S.rv-.e. Pastor falll but they ..... mult noon the Lord .h.U l renew their .trrntkltkrr have worked on two of the
0 P. Df. Servlc.. 11 A. M. 10 A..1. Sunday School, Dible Study 8 p, m. shall .......t as nltk "ln..* aa. fmulrmt Ikvr shall ran. and not ... and Mrs. Frank Normanand
1:00: Morning Worship 10 A. M. Sermon and TheEveaing weary and they shall walk, and not falnt.--Iwalah .O.: t:1I.I great fields of Girl Scout work- children of this section have
Ig seruvlc. WOl'sbtp 11 A. 101. Sunday. -- 11 A. 1I[. Lords Supper 4 p. m. Nature and Out-of-Doors. Sincewe y,
Iw Service 7:80: P. M. Sigma Chi 7:00 in.Frlduye. .. 7:30: p M, .vry Sunday "Thank God every morning .ked.. 'Your loan, don't you' been staying at the bedside of
teeting3f : p. I have been working toward
,1,100; Young Peorpl.'a Holy DaY.l0 A. M. when you arise that you have regret?. Mrs. Norman's mother. Mrs.
Metings 1\IIN. AIJi.IANCRvu' second class rank our work hasn'tbeen
?lfhCanova League something to do that day which 'Yen. nui'imi. but ,,"'at.. the UNto Mandy Crosby of Rising who Is
6:30 P. M. very complicated. Some
Dlr.ctor MISSION HALL GOSPEL TAB. PrexldentS must be done whether you like It fret very 111.
,
Prayer M..ttne The kev Frank think It's been too easy so we
pow.il lvedn.nday 1:80 P.M. Spon.ors: Sponsored by Robinson or not. Being forced to work God's tank ain't busted", yet. Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Edwardsand
n decided to have extra work to do.
tylrm of Deacons py. F. H. Long Mr and Mrs. J r ra AIr.. Vice President and forced to do your best, will children Marie and Harry of
Quleley The Rev. Leslie Each girl selected a project In
Organist 3. T. Quigley EvaDeell.tle Shepherd breed in you temperance and self- "I felt my burden lighter grow Brooker were the guests of Mr.
Palrmu M... m. K. Perryman Bible Study: each each Friday and Servlc.SunSecretaryTreasurer control diligence and strength of her faith I seemed to share; nature and out-of-doors to do. and Mrs. F. M. Norman Saturday.
of Anl.tant Organist Tues. evening 7:30: day evening 1:30: The Rev Fred V..rkell I In I went to God' great At the next meeting these pro-
t0 ppRe11 ) will cheerfulness and (contentment -. prayer I Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Johns of
,. jects will be handed in.
.. throne and laid troubles: u
.. --- and a hundred virtues my Jacksonville were visiting relatives -
-- -- -- -- --- -- -
During the month our attend
which the idle never know." there; of this section Sunday.
METHODIST MISSION HAUL ANDTA11EIINACLK I The sun burst front behind the ance has been good, but not excellent -
fob Jones Do you sometimes wonder how At our meeting Monday A large number of people from
cloud.. In
.
CHURCH I golden "splendor set ;II
NOTES this section attended the Hal-
you can keep' on another day with six girls received silver stars for
thanked Goal for her
",-- -,- Rev. G. E. Cutshaw of Green the same monotonous round of I Mmpleword. attending every meeting duringthe lowe'en Carnival held by the P.-
*
eats On heregereafter The guest preacher for last': ville Tenn., former pastor of the duties, day in and: day out, yearin God's bunk ain't bunted yet: month. These six loyal girls T. A members at Starke Tuesday

Sunday morning at the First''Lawtey Baptist Church was a and year out? Perhaps you I were: Frances and Shirley Colley, night. ;

J Methodist Church was the Rev. visitor at the Mission Hall last have business worries or home "Oh weary one upon HfeV road Collette Green Doris Sumner' Miss Iris Sapp of this section Is: ..

l-Ue! last few weeks thirty i Tuesday night. Testimonials and anxieties and your life seems to I utien <*\everything<<'4'ms drenr, Alice June Harding, and Freddie visiting in Jacksonville at this ;
"American>> children and: Dr. J. H. Daniel the District be all distraught. What can time
Scripture quotations livened the you I And losses loom on every hand Wimberly. I

:people have entered; our Superintendent of the Jackson- service. Special music Is always do? Here is the secret for the I and skies seem not to clear Our times together have not all

and private elementaryand vine District. Assisting in the a feature of these services. I solution of your problem "He Throw buck jour shoulder, lift been spent in doors. One Satur

colleges and unlver- service was the pastor, the Rev. The discussion last Tuesday was giveth power they that wait jour head and ('p"" to chafe day we spent at Gold Head FLOWERSFOR

These figures represent Frank Robinson Mrs. F. H. Longat based on the 13th to 16th versesof I upon the Lord shall renew their and fret: Branch State Park where we I.

wtely one-fourth of our the organ and members of the the sixth! chapter 2 Timothy. strength." Your flUluVndit. will be d..lar..d.1 made a beginning of studying ALLOCCASIONS

oD.n >. Choir who rendered in an excel Also a reference from, Judges.I Some years ago a young woman I God'M hunk ain't bushel yet' trees." For this purpose this place IV ANY I

costing us three billion lent way Jordan's anthem, There was a time when they had i who tells the story herself Is very !good for here the out

n, u a year to educate our "Savior Take My Hand. Immediately no king in Israel and every man' went to consult a famous physician If is the common Idea that the standing trees' und shrubs have DESIGNS

Wd girls. We American following the dismissal did that which was right in his : about her health. She was pathway of faith Is strewn with been labelled. Besides becoming

,believe in education. Wet of the worship service the 2nd own eyes. A nation without a of a nervous temperament, whose flowers and that when God Interposes somewhat familiar with trees we Also FlowersWired

however know thatPoo Quarterly conference was con- I constituted authority is on the troubles and she had many-had In the life of Ills people enjoyed the walk along.the trails to 5' 5

din cannot solve our prob- vened and presided over by Dr. road to dissolution. There is a I, excited and worried her to such He does It on a scale so grand In the ravine the lunch we had AnybodyAnywhere ,a !

i Daniel. Reports from the pastor i tendency today toward anarchy in I an extent that the strain threat- that He lifts them quite out of the together' and the boat riding and
For
more we educate the more and various officers of the certain countries. The Immediate! ened her physical health and even plane of difficulties. Experience swimming.The AnyOccasion t

will have unless our Church the Church School and result of this spirit Is a weakening her reason. After giving the doc however has often proved Just night before Hallowe'en we

k fie get right with God. the Woman's Society for Christian of the morals of a people. I tor a Hot of her symptoms and the opposite to be true. What had a masquerade party wherewe MltS. N. I>. WAINWKIGIIT .
people
j deVIl) Is no enemy to educa- Service were heard. The conditionof I Men have always chafed under restraint answering his questions she was God does do, is to bring triumphover ducked for apples told fortunes Phone 102Special : :,

He Is glad to have In his the Church was reported as being ; the impulse to do evil astonished to receive this brief trial. He frequently does roasted and ate marsh-

well trained young' people. in good shape with many would manifest Itself violently If I' prescription: I not remove the difficulty but He mellows and had Ice cream and .
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not care much for what plans disclosed for the further the laws that check It were removed "What need I gives grace to overcome it. cake for refreshments. The old (10.----- -
woman
jOlt you young
advancement of the work of the So nation needs "I sometime wonder In the busy still quite tall and
irilnarlly( call "scrubs. a a Is to read your Bible more." ) lady, though !

Kmore personality and train- Church for the coming quarter divinely appointed leader to control "But doctor ..' begun the street, thounandnthat stately In a lilac colored dress;

._..-- namnn.__.. n has__ the---- better The evenlne service was discontinued its destines to direct its energies bewildered patient. Among I1le'arlPd. the old lady with a hooped skirt;
t'
d.IJVU"S, be can render the devil for this day In order and to uphold the majestyof "Go home and read you Biblean I meet. the plump, gaily dressed fortuneteller

the young person is that the minister and the con- the law. hour a day" the great man How many have sent up a pray. ; the pirate; the gypsies; the!

?I under the power of the gregation would have an opportunity In the individual life it Is also reiterated with kindly authority;; Or er gKen today a?thought to God upon I belle of the gay nineties; the HEATERSAND k

I pace of. God. Our Lord i to Join In with the Presbyterian necessary that the person have "then come back to me a month I I ghost-all these girls ran and ,
their ?
I three years training His I Church In their ordination some constituted authority. No iron today." And he dismissedher way I shouted and had a lively time. ,5 f4.
But thin I know-not one In nil
Many of ouryoung service of their pastor the Rev. man can live safely without recognizing without a possibility of further I Last Saturday we began whatwe
twelve to six- Charles Allen. the of God that throngIs hope In the future will be a 'f
from sovereignty
|.'ipend protest. I
f I out of Gods great care the We I
years In school and college Services of next Sunday will in his life. Jesus Christ Is the At first his patient wits angry. whole day long; good way to earn money.

::i1II mighty good training fortern's I be conducted at the usual times only Potentate The King of Kings ; Then she reflected that at least' Each one In precious, each of opened for the afternoon in which the were Girl

service. ''by the pastor; the morning servo and the Lord of lords. A complete the prescription was not an expensive countless price. Scout Sweet Shop BLANKETS
made the
thin i power Is not the need of ice being devoted to the administration surrender to the Lordshipof one. Besides It certainlyhad Worth all Ills love and all placed sweets by girls
with help
t Stressed world. It Is sav- of the Sacrament of the Jesus Christ will give a life been a long time since she dirKi's .sacrifice" themselves (or some

kfower we need. The most Lord's Supper and the evening the stability It needs. had read the Blbile regularly, she .- from along with Mother cold). drinks These were sweets for 50c Per Week ;j

dive influences ever set In- service to congregational singing Last Friday night there was a reflected with a pang of consci EVERGREEN sale. At six-thirty we closed

If6IlIon have had their be. special music by the Young good service at the Tabernacle.A ence. ,
By Sirs F. A. HosierMltis shop having been open since two 3
; In some of the greatest People of the Church and a short group from Lawtey was present She went home and set herself and had earned three dollars and --.

k the world ever knew sermon by the pastor. A cordial Mrs. J. P. Wyrick assisted at conscientiously to try the physi futurewe
Louise Rosier spent Thurs five cents. In the near
jB men were not under the Invitation is extended to everyoneto the second piano. The junior clan's remedy. In one month she the Sweet The
day with Mrs. Gllsson at the State will again open '
otic spell of the devil they come and worship with us at chorus also took part in the servo went back to his office the
to help us
Farm.J. Shop so plan pass
J realize the hopelessness of any and all of our services and ice. "Well." he said smiling "I see ''
and J. i 10:. Jr. home-making test by trying our
K. Rosier son DENMARK'
for our problem in theding to make this your Church home Rev. G. E. Cutahaw was the you have been an obedient patientand the week-end with his sweets and giving your report.We JOHN H.

] of au educational mach- while In our community. speaker at the Tabernacle Sun- have taken my prescription 1.'U.._ __ wish to thank Mr. C. II. Nas-
... M 'I }i amtan
and I they'would know not on- Monday Tuesday afternoons Bro. Cutshaw broughta faithfully. Do you feel as if you d Mug later. as 0' on ; -I building'''
On next day night. Winter Beach and Mrs. Paul worthy for loaning I us his
at FURNITURE CO
I from a study of present condi- and Wednesday eveningthe very good message which was need any other medicine now?" Glovers at Ft. Pierce. for the sale for we greatly ap L 1,

ibut from the study of hlsr members of the Ladles Socie- enjoyed by everybody. W. B. Me- "No doctor; I feel like a different predate his cooperation. I _00--;
r that our hope is not in the person. But how did you Rev. H. M. Tlllmim of Jackson. a
In
ty, and all others who will join Kinney and Marion Crews sang a
I room but in the Gospel will observe the Week of Prayer. duet at the close of the service. know this was just what I need vine was visiting friends here A

fa the of God unto ed ?" Wednesday
i power
Service will
The Prayer Meeting The services at the Tabernaclenext
\JUon to every one that be- be conducted by Mrs. A. Wood Friday and Sunday nights For answer the famous physician Mrs. J. S. Rosier spent Saturday
Il turned to his desk. There with her daughter Mrs. Willie
representing the society.Thanksgiving and the Bible study at the Mission ,
|K the preachers would: expend Hall the following Tuesdaywill worn and marked lay an open Reddish. ;

fame effort to win souls that Service be In charge of R. J. Gomes Bible. "If I were to omit, my dally Mr. and Mrs. Ellery Redding of ,
'1
Tire expending to build their who will complete the "studies, In reading of this book" said he the State Farm were visiting his \,

> little denominational macho Observing the annual Thanks the book of Mlcah. Come to with deep earnestness "I should mother Mrs. II. F. Redding Sun X4s2 '
giving custom there will be Union lose greatest source of
7 we would have a great reIn the fel my
these services and enjoy
il America. Church Services on 'Wednesday I strength and skill. I never go to day.Mr. }
of
Rosier
lowship afforded. and Mrll. Bernard
!V:. masses of our people are evening November 29th. This' an operation without reading my Jacksonville spent Sunday here ''I
the service will be conductedIn Bible."
denomi-
Interested in year
Fnger
; with his Mr. and Mrs. J.
GRAHAM parents
Methodist Church at ; i
111am. but they are hungryHuluiion the First :
ole bread of_ Life. :So many 7:30: o'clock. The Rev. Charles Ity Mrs. L. C. Smith "The bank had rlowd, my earthly K.. Rosier. ;
of the First Presbyterian store had vanished. from Miss Louise Rosier spent the I
f ar churches have become aIn Allen pastor aI
i themselves rather than I Church will deliver the Mr. and Mrs. Roy Reynolds and my hand; week-end with her cousin Miss' C i

inns to an end. How ortho- sermon of the evening and other children of Reddlck were visitingthe I felt there wall no sadder one Loren Rosier at Woodlawn. CI

'nlnisters be BOdenoml1 ministers will assist In various latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. hun I In all the land. Those attending the Union I
can -
weekend.L. herwoman too had lost Meeting of the New River Associ- !
,
the Myvtt
aJ 1 i 1s more than the editor ways In the service. A cordial E. Strickland over and
understand.\ invitation is extended everyone to C. Smith returned to his her little mite with mine ation near Brooker Saturday .

tae and worship at this home Tuesday after spending several But she was singing an she Sunday from the Evergreen Baptist
| was a time when If a man meet together Loen and Louise I
"he Union Thanksgiving Service. Fur days with friends and relatives hung the clothes upon the Chuch were: > N
was
a
Methodist a Bap. Rowler, Russell Redding J. B.Gasklna .
l a ther announcement and programwill In Valdosta Adel and Moul- line.
Presbyterian
or a mem- and J. C. Prlngle. .
.
of! some other denomination be published In the Telegraph -. trle. Ga. 'How can you be so Kay1 I I ,

iltody" knew what he believed. at a later date.THERESSA. Rev. and Mrs. E. T. Vestal left ,

I*' there are Unitarian Meth- Saturday for Tampa where Rev.

|.* ml trinltarlan Methodists. I Vestal will conduct services for

rnlstlc Baptists and conser- By Mrs. .\. L. Sullivan several days. ''tliui ii

Baptists Presbyterians thatto I Mr. and Mrs. M L. McKinney MEAT r

the! old faith and Presby- Mrs. Josephine Sullivan returned of Lake Wales were visiting the

J who accept the modern- to her home In Hampton I former's parents. Mr. and Mrs.J. '

interpretation of God's Word. Monday after a visit of several A. J, McKinney Sunday.

l TIe editor cannot understand weeks with her son C. Sullivan. Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Roberts I CURING [ : 1'1r

'any genuinely bornagainan Miss Minnie Swindle of Jack I r were visiting the former's motherIn

l man can be more at- sonville Is visiting her parents. Lake Butler Sunday.

to his denomination than Mr. and Mrs. S. R. Swindle.Mr. Odell Abernathy and Bobble if.

to an orthodox Christian in and Mrs. W. W. Packhamand of Tampa were visitingMr.
11
Surrency

other"orld la denomination.on fire. Multiplied ka Saturday family were evening.visitors to Palat- and Mrs. J. A. Graves Sun I No increase in pricesWe .

Dd' are
dying without God
let t many ecclesiastical leaden Misses Elsie Belle Geiger Virginia day.Mr.. and Mrs. Forest Reynoldsand t 1 1 l
Swindle
to be more Interested In Padgett and Minnie children. Henry and Jeanette
attended the Hallowe'en Carnivalat with Mrs. Reynolds '
r a spent Sunday
.i!"!lurch great many back-alld- Starke Tuesday night. parents Mr. and Mrs. F. T Ab-I .
members in Methodist In
t ti or Baptists uniforms or Mr. and Mrs. Leon Tomlinson ernathy.Mr. I Specialize Sugar
clan visited Mr. and and Mrs. Frank Reynolds PICK I II
II regalia than they of Jacksonville Sunday.Mr. of Reddlck were CROUP A* PIC El 2 CROUpQ ,,.
laving the lost. Mrs. R. M. Hersey and children

BUS: SCIiEDQ1LLrOre and Mrs. C. Sullivan attendedthe and visiting relatives parents of here Ziff and recently.Mrs.Reynold" .; Cured MeatsGainesville QA.oatu. 'T ............ ..... p.iea.. ,..iM.er.d..tye, .

sons. Percy and Felix I' Mrs. R. M. Johnson and QA...;CM &H ........... .... ....- Gaiitt..lye.Christi. i
Starke: Bound Hallowe'en Carnival at Starke Mr. and .. H.ra11 ........ .Cm**. a..af. Aoaeric hrieel yr. '
2:45: a. m.. 12M night. daughter. Madge of Hamptonwere H.. .. Art.-N..dt lecr"t ..2 rt'r l rr's Wrf.I jr.ll".

5.1:50: p. m.. 3 p. m... 6:1S: Tuesday Sullivan and business visitors In this sec H..w4 ",p,,, .....2'.... C.gtoale. .............1
L.
It.10:1: $ p. m.South Mr and Mrs. A. tion Saturday.Mr. "cc.l" Mag.ako. .......I p. H_ Clld. ...... .......1 fro akle.ra
Bound'ntarke son. Othma were visitors to Ocala and Mrs. Leroy Wasdin of ....ItC.. .......1 ,... "- "lea4 ..:..........iM. ,
IU vs and Silver Springs Sunday. visiting Mr. and oes lead (UeytI>)> .......1 ,... "-..... Magid.-.1 rr.
4 : 2:20: .. m.. 10:20 visitor to Palatka were I H IarMM' ...culae ........ ...: H_. Art.-Ncdl.ctah ...I ya S
Nest: Pm.. 5:20: p. m. John Hall was a Mrs.' H. D. Wasdln Sunday. | Ice & 0 htw./w' (wskly' ) .....1 yr. Le..... Ww11. ...........1 r. h hnp.aw.

Bound to TaUahoM Starke Saturday.V. Mr. and Mrs. George Conway fan.w .......4p' Msll !>. Sted: rn.c..1 yr.I .
I .
lore Starke: 0:33: m. arrive W. Packham and James of Palatka and Mr. and Mrs. | I .....tic Stern ..........I" Plr-Itl IKK MMtUy." ,
12:35: p. transacting businessIn Johns of Hellbronn. Su... Cook ............) ,'. 're.- ... .411t% {
t tree 'P- m. Triest were Monday. Norman visiting Mrs. C.I Cold Storage Co. Sdvor Scr.nBRADFORD.. ..........1 lp.. ....... L1.I 1 la1Mra. '
: Pick-up service (with- Jacksonville Springs were I ( Sotatlle Apksksri.t. ....4p' Seta.'erlc..iet,

r.1 IIlJ1ltt) phone Lacy Con- Henry Hardy was a business Fogg Sunday. ; T,.. c-I....... ........1 ,'. s.u.t./d Iar.iag .......1 ,. S

'tut.0S visitor to Starke Monday.Mr. F M. Griffin Is relatives spending In sever Bainbridge J. L. GEORGE, Mgr. W..M s Wield .........2 prey OW_s W.W. ..........1 yr.

and al weeks with
Forsythe
1
John
and Mrs.

Cause Discomfort l lwl daughter. Mr. Charles Monday.Batten Mr.. and Ga. Mrs. Berry Dyal attended -' (Phone 1067 1201 N. Grove St.

k were visitors to Starke the Union meeting at COUNTY TELEGRAPH
rellef was
of Starke FLORIDA
!lie 1II1..ery 666 Melvin .fcKlnney Deaden Sunday.A GAINESVILLE,
Therellsa
il44 take a business visitor to large crowd from Graham attended -, '

666 convention at Sampson STARKE FLORIDA
'
Monday. was a visitor tt'I the ': : : __ . -
Johns
1.. G. Sunday. "
Salve a NOM City .
etDrop* I Starke Monday.


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EIGHT BRADFORD COUNT TELEGRAPH, STARIUQ. FLORIDA FIUD.\1., hOr
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T Bradford County TelegraphEstablished : Russell Kay I Man Wreck Killed Near SundayIn Here PRESBYTERIAN ORDINATIONThe 14-H Club Prize n;;;;:


Ift77 Rev. Charles H. Allen, Jr.,I Will Fatten Steers
I (Continued from page one) Fo
Published Weekly on Fridays and Entered as Second Class TOO LATE supply paatortof the First Presbyterian -I r Shiir \

!Matter at the Post Office at Starke. Florida TO CLASSIFY cupants were not learned The Church of Starke since .. .-- -- __
Central Truck Line trailer and last May, was officially called as
And now It seems that a lot of 2 feet of the r .
tractor projected; only on the permanent pastor r I
MEMBER tolka are all stewed up over the highway and lighted flares church and ordained Into the ,

R1D\PRESS| ASSOCIATION \ Thanksglvin and when to observe' were burning on either side of Presbyterian Ministry at a special (

It. The football boys are just the parked vehicle, as" providedby inter-denominational service held Jvr "ja' ,\
\ runnln' 'round in circles I Itryn' A l ljyr -
naturally
: law. It was on the east side in the Presbyterian Church Sun-
r .7Ctwa4d 7Cdt4La'6E. / to determine when to ;
of the highway and was struck day nIght
hi-LJ
L. Matthews Editor and Owner schedule the Thanksglvin' game. by the right side of the ferti- Six members of the Northern .;
The Army and Navy teams, beln'more
--
lizer truck and William Grandy Presbytery; the name given to
less Federal, will
SUBSCRIPTION RATE or prob- received his fatal injuries.It the north Florida district of the
ably play their Thanksglvin' gameon
Yearly, $1,50; Six Months, 75c-Payable In Advance the 23rd, while Florida beln' was said the parked truck Presbyterian Church, were present -
Rates Application had been forced Into a ditch sev- to conduct the Ordination I ,
state institution
Advertising on a will have to
)I I play theirs on the 30th., headlights, and was driven by ceremony including Rev. FloydP.
: eral hours earlier by blinding Jones of Eustis, Moderator
THE SEASON ROLLS AROUND AGAIN The banks to be on the safe Johnnie McKay of Jacksonville.Both (Chairman) of the Florida Pres-

With the opening of hunting season only a few weeksin and side,30th.will observe The both the 23rd trucks were damaged considerably byterian Synod. The Synod is the ,.
postofflce will be
In the accident which of the Church In '
occurred -
governing body
the offing, it is time for newspapers to voice their annual closed on the 23rd and remain f e
around 10:15 o'clock Sunday Florida. 9
warnings and pleas for caution in a series of articles which open on the 30th. Newspapersconslderln' .
fight .
; Th Presbytery Sunday night
usually fill editorial columns along about this time of year. I Edition a Thanksgiving: Day was formed by six members of I
l are in a tough spot-no
This season the job has been done for the Telegraph by I. matter what day they decide on JURORS the recent meeting of the Synod in

an article from Dr. M, B. Herlong, probably intended for our I.i it will be wrong to some of their ARE NAMEDThe Jacksonville ordained All members the memberswere of the I --- .. ": .....

"Letter Box," but which we consider so timely and so well I subscribers. north Florida district of the
i Farmers, poultry men, and butchers jury list for the Fall Termof
it in this column in the I
thought out that we are reproducing Presbyterian Church. They were:
are bltln their finger nails circuit court has been drawn
hope that more readers will see it. Dr. Herlong writes: and, runnln' their hands thru their and the thirty-six following men Rev. H. D. Cress, of Crescent

"The hunting season opons as usual on November 20 and hair wonderln' which day to make have been summoned to appear at City, Moderator; Rev. Floyd P.
Jones of Eustis, Rev. C. C. Adamsof
thousands of sportsmen will be out in the fields and forest plans for and whether folks are the courthouse at.10 o'clock Mon- Penny Farms Rev. Dr. E. K.
gonna eat turkey two weeks run- Oay: November 13, for duty:
"They all go for the pleasure and excitement they get nla' or become so fed up with the Hal Edwards Mechlin of Penny Farms; Rev A.

out of pitting their own skill against the natural instinct of whole mess that they'll quit wor- J.,R. Walnwrlght O. Newlin of San Mateo, and i

and mix ".r.4.._ P.L.ro.. .._,arts ReV. Dr. L. E. Brubaker of St.
game for self preservation. But sportsmen should not ryln' up a mess of beef' Augustine.A e

go so far as to let their own pleasure cause trouble for others stew Dan H. C.StarlingWalter Green church over::;owing into the r I"1
It has
"Very few of us are fortunate enough to be able to hunton thai occurred to some folks Wilkerson aisles and crowding unseated per- ?
if we can up and change the Y.iii
our own property, but we could at least be courteous date of Thanksvlvlng after all B. Johns sons to the standing room in the
rear of the auditorium was
enough to the farmer to obtain permission to hunt on his these years, why ''most anythingcan Marlon Aubrey D.R. Moore CarterL. ent when the Invocation by pres-the
r
land, and to protect his property while doing so pick happen up the and mornin'they are paper afraidto for B. CrosbyR. Rev. C. C. Adams of Penny

... "Do not shoot toward the farmer's house or his stock. fear they find find that Independence A. Colson Farms opened the evening services -
Frank F. Thomas at 7:30: o'clock. A congregational -
Do rioLtear-down. his fences, or leave his gates open so that December Day has 25 while been changed the 4th of to Claude May l hymn, "A Mighty Fortress

his stock will get out. Also, if we appreciate the game bagged, July will be celebrated the first Albert C. Manasaa' Is Our God" and the scripture

we should be willing to give the owner a few birds for his Monday in September. Joe S. Griffis reading by Rev. Dr. E. K. Mechlin .
of Penny Farms was next, and
kindness in allowing us to hunt his land. If these few rules Uncle Fred told us he was 100 Chas. A. FutchH.
after Rev. A. O. Newlin 4-- IJ:
.. .. W Wasdin Prayer by Two Bradford
for County Clublelble
percent Roosevelt but lust "' ,, ... ,, _. through a lass !
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were obeyed, I am sure that nunters would rise rapIdly in vl p31" YLDIV, Y11Oa Alice r '
snurora
the same the old boy ain't lettin George ernlSu-1 I boys, Hogan Smith, Jr., and the Gainesville Production i
the estimation of the farmer. An invitation for a return trip nobody mislead him into D. J. Phillips dez, in a solo beautifully Association through
gettln'thankful David Gu Ion's i Ralph Nettles, are fattening out Mr
"Prayer, accompanied I
would probably be the reward. a whole week ahead of Lawrence WigginsR. Clane as trustee
L. ReddishEd by llrV. E. M. Davis at high 'grade steers for the Sixth
"Be absolutely sure you see what you're shooting at be- time.for Some they timid are afraid souls are if worried W. Durban the console of the organ. I i Florida Fat Stock Show, under made Both outstanding Hogan ana Ralp

fore fire. Every we hear the same old story: 'He they John Godwin The offeratory by Mrs. DavisNolte's record
you year don't observe the 23rd they'll be the direction of County Agent T. Club livestock projects,
thought it was a deer or a turkey and shot through the considered Conservatives or Re- Guy C. Edwards "Sabbath Eve, concluded I i K. McQlane. The steers were were members of the pri

brush and his friend was killed.: Do not climb over fences publicans or some thin'. At the S. E. SparksH one congregational portion of the meeting service,of and the a purchaaed\fecently from the Arch nlng judging team that rep
same time In the face of BrotherFred's L. Johns Jackaorf'cattle'ranch near Gaines ed Bradford County at tl
with a loaded and do not point toward Presbyterian Church of Starke I '
gun, your gun any Lacy Edwards Jr.
Official Proclamation theycan't ville and, are from the very. beat Fat Stock Show Out of 5
one, even if you think it is empty. Too many people are very well ignor the 30th. E. AI SappWilliam was held for the purpose of officially trwtf. t judging in the contest. Hog;

killed by guns that are thought be unloaded. Do not put Of course If a guy likes holidaysand Alvarez Allen. He calling the pastor, Mr. Hogan'a steer, shown In the top high scorer and Ralph wa
turkey he can go ahead and F. F, Flume responded by acceptingthe I picture wittt Its owner and Mr. ond a few points behind.
the muzzle of your gun on your foot or rest your body on John Shuford call., The Ordination service
take McClane la
two Thursdays off and givea a Shorthorn-Hereford. These projects will x
the muzzle. Unload your gun before getting into your automobile couple of gobbler dinners a Walter S. SibleyA. was next. cross weighing 925 p 0 U n d ..! teach the boys better mana

good home, only it just don't seem L. SullivanJ. This service was opened with a Ralph's (shown in the lower picture and care of beef cattle, as\

"Get to make sense and on top of thatit Darby Gasklna prayer by Rev. H. D. Gress, of also with Its owner and the to demonstrate what can bIn
sox or stockings that fit foot and well-fitted
your Crescent
D. J. Ox Green City, who Is the Mod-
is more or less expensive. county agent) Is a seven-eights the of
boots shoes not too Do not dress too erator of the North Florida I way feedingsteers
or heavy. warmly, and One chap I know" sore with C. Sullivan. Pres- purebred Hereford and weighed a more balanced fat

do not carry more shells than you need. They get awfully both Fred and Roosevelt. 'It bytery. The Rev. Mr. Gress presided 670 pounds; when purchased.The ration for a more economicIn
,
heavy on a long walk. seema he got a letter from MS I. W. PJNHOLSTERDIED Rev. Mr.over Jones the delivered Ordination.the The steera will be fed a special weight. It will also <
sermon -
mother-in-law, who always comes fattening ration from now until strate the best method of
"Look out for .rattlesnakes-especially if cold weather has. SATURDAY ,. using as his theme 'TheChrlstlan's
over-
tor'Thank\gfvln' dinner and I February ,27, when they' will be Ing beef cattle for market.
not yet set in. Always carry a long strong cord of buck- brings a mesa of relatives with I Ira W., Pinholster. native of Obligation to Christ exhibited at the Fat Stock Show In addition to cash prizes
and
skin string and, if bitten, tie it tight above the bite and cuta her sayin" on 'account of the mix- New ftlver t Q4.former:. resident o Christ.to the Worjd.aa Result off I in Jacksonville, and will be soldat I ed at the show, the boys v

'cross' half an inch deep and half an inch long at each up this year and not known' for Brooker, died, around ilx o'clock The actual Ordination auction the following day. ThiS competing a $100 echo
sure which day Is which, she's ceremony I' 4-H Club project was made pos, to the University of Florid
puncture of the fangs. Let the cuts bleed freely and it is plannln' to come the 23rd and Saturday morning In the AlachuaCounty followed. Mr. Allen arose and
Hospital He was 63 stood oh ,the .
also a good idea to snake bite treatment set with stay through the 30th. rostrum where the
carry a
years of age rand had been ill for rites were administered and expressed 25TH ANNIVERSARY TOUR OF Early BerriesTwo
suction and an anti-venom net in areas where snakes are Even the preachers are upset. several months.. his willingness to JOHN 1C. VAN ARNAM'S "FUNIU.KJeS'"JN
I asked cooperate fine berries that
one the other
plentiful. If bitten, do not get excited or run, but sit down I he proposed to do about day what his Mr. Plnholster had been a rural with the Presbytery and with TENT THEATRE and smelled just like some

and tie your leg, and cut the places as described. If you do r Thanksglvln' service and it seems mail carrier for- the past 26 year the Church, and reaffirmed hilt Special features with the "cream of the crop' t tha
JohnR
He lived at Brooker until nine faith and purpose as a minister of ,. .
not have a suction set friend should suck the his congregation Is pretty much I come along next Februar
you or some
the Van Arnam
Gospel. This
divided on the Issue and years ago, when he moved to Lake was followed by Anniversary show March were brought to the
he
poison out first making sure that you do not have any open downright worried. He said was he' City and came to Lake Butler the laying on: of hands: each of I, this year are as follows: "Texas graph office this week by

sores in your mouth guessed the only thing he could last April to make hIs home. He the six members of the Presby Peggy". ''Radio's Greatest Girl Boyd local grower and schc

"Do not bea game hog, and always leave a few birdsin do was follow the scriptures ,In II mall still served carrier hi-up his until capacity the time.of a hand tery present upon the placed new his Minister'shead right Yodler'and Singer, of Mountain: driver.there Our only regret' ben WI
such weren't
each covey a$ we will want to hunt next year, and we do a case and render unto his last illness. simultaneously signifying approval Music; "The Man of Experience," enough
Roosevelt the things that were fill up a saucer, but we apij
not want to exterminate quail in this country Roosevelt's and unto Cone the He' was the oldest son of the and then one at a time, he knows all, sees all and tells the novelty of having evj

"I can remember the now extinct 'passenger' pigeon, things that were Cone's. He just late Mr. and Mrs. I. W. Pin the Ordained six ministers offered the newly all; "The Four Jolly Tars" couple of nice big ones

have paturally ain't takln" holster Sr., and was born at New I man the right hand merlca'. I time of .
and seen them darken the sun in their flight. They no chancesand of fellowships greatest singing and year.Management
River, 26 1876. Was '
February ,
Is workln' .
roosted in gin houses, barns, and other outhouses, and people giving sermons.If up two Thanks- married June 20. 1901 to Miss Albert Pierce of Green Cove, comedy quartette; the Reed Sis ----

would go with} lights and kill them by thousands with thorn- you ask me the whole thing Rosa Godwin of Brooker. I Springs delivered" the "Charge to tens the"laatword in tap dancing; Chan\

bushes... Today these birds are extinct and I give this ex- Is screwy. Aa far as I can see, Besides his widow the deceased the Minister The ,Rev.in Mr.which Allen he reminded and featuring;: the South' famous Friends of Sam Alvarez'
of his
we were gettln' along very well Is survived by a son, Guy Pin-: favorite black face comedian Cot- Interested to learn that
ample to illustrate what wholesale slaughter do to duties and admonished
can caution.
any observing the last Thursday in holster of Jacksonville; a sister, The ton Watts, the Georgia Crackerand recently taken over the
given type of wild life. November, and if we'd just goneon Mrs. Alice Oliver of St. Augustine "Charge to the People" was 'Bob Drlscoll the Korner Shell station on Ro
given by Dr. L. E. Brubaker man from
I
"I owever, if we will all observe a few commonsense Brubaker ; Frltzle
alone everything would have been Jr., and Vivian Plnholater. ; I new business. G G. Oliver
rules of conservation there is no reason why we should not stressed to the congregation the George and. her six dancing station,
all right But now we've stated Funeral services were held at ; sweet-I er operator of the
go on ,enjoyingquail hunting and dove shooting for many a controversy that will get worse the New River Baptist Church necessity the pastor.that Dr.It Brubaker's cooperate with I!,i hearts; Raymond King of magic turned to Jacksonville.

years to come.." from year to year and the first Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock and concluded the Ordination service talk!!I now you nee it. and, now you .

0 thing you know some screwballwill the large number of friends and and the Presbytery adjourned. |j don't; Dick',. Gallagher and his Large Pecan \r olw
be flndln' fault with "
lot
a of relatives who
attended
attested to
,WIIO'I L COME OUT AHEAD other holidays and be startln The services were concluded': swlngtlm 'Orchestra. AU these J. L. Gentry, manager
a the of Mr. Pinholster
There are those who believe that the war in Europe will movement to have 'em changed to throughout popularity this section. Officiat- with Allen.a benediction by the Rev. Mr.. features' and many more can be State Farmers' Market, ant

inevitably end in stalemate--that British seapower and Ger- suit his own particular fancy. ing ministers were: the Rev. G. E. The auditorium, of the Presby-j( Been here one night only under I'led 15,000 yesterday pounds of that pecans approxw ha

man airpower will tie, and that neither Nazis nor Allies will grand The to wife have thinks Raster it would be McGauley' and the Rev, C. A. terIan Church was beautifully!j r the brand\! flew tent theatre that handled through the market!
Sunday next defies
Crosby the hardest
be able to make the fortifi- decorated for the interdenominational -. rain. The lot thla season. Although <
important gains through great Week no she would have a legit I location will be
Interment was In the New River service with: baskets Madison and greatly
cations of the Western Front. This school of thought imate excuse to go hog wild and'buy and Broadway year, the crop has
argues Cemetery under the direction of bowls of roses, marigolds and. Doors open 7:13: : P. M. estimate be sell'"'

that both sides will finally be forced to conclude some sort Legionnaire a mesa friend of new of clothes mine,thinks and a DeWItt C. Jones. other seasonal flowers set off by,,1! Orchestra'concert 7:30: to 8 P. M. ed early ...

of peace, if only to prevent Communism, from engulfing It would be a good idea if we Active pallbearers were: George fern. The entire service took I I' Show lasting starts promptly at 8 P. M. Fund
would celebrate Johns Dave Richard Frank Rich- place and waa directed from the!! unttll 10:30 P. M. ,. Cemetery
Europe. Armistice Day on ard Lake Butler Troy Andrews rostrum, or pulpit and the organ!I The amount donated i

It has often been said that Russia stands to be the only April lot Fool's more Day.practical which considerln'would bea I Morrlston; Rudolph Andrews accompaniment for the congregational -j:I I Pay Your Taxes I Crosby Lake Cemetery r

winner in a protracted European war. And in the first few how "Safe for Democracy" the I Starke; and John Plnholater, New- I service was furnished by I The county tax roll was open Fund this week reached comriD'*'

months of hostilities it is indeed apparent that Stalin has world wasn't made by the last so- I berry. I Mra.The E. M. Davis. I ed Wednesday by Tax Collector as two additional Lord a
called "War to End Wars." Honorary pallbearers, all rural Rev. Mr. Allen graduated C. A. Knight. A number of persons $2 from Mrs. J, H.
achieved the victories. The omnious shadow of I w'
only major mall from Maryville College paid their taxes I from Mra. Sallie Tlson.;
One of our local merchants de- carriers were: Sam Jones Mary- the first
the U. S. S. R. blankets the Baltic completely and extends far fendln Mr. Roosevelt says the Jesse Langston, A. G. Markham : ville. Tenn., and the Presbyterian I day the Collector said, and received celved by MIM\ Amelia

into the Balkans. Many experts argue that Hitler gave away reason the date was changed this Lake City; W. D. Richardson, L. 'I Theological but Seminary In Chicago I)I the four percent discount treasurer

for more than he gained when he bargained with the Soviets. year Is because Thanksglvin' came C. Sweat Live Oak; R. S. Johns born la and a native of Florida being allowed .to ,those, who pay their -.e'
too close to Christmas and by J. B. Crews. W. S. Brannen Sr.. reared in West Palm, 1939 taxes this month. The No- I If. 8. TO ACQCIRE' W-
Today it seems certain that Russia holds the balance of Beach. He was called vember H
putttn' 'em further apart it gave Lake Butler; L A. Brown and here last four percent discount Jacksonville. The go
power. She can stop Hitler cold in his northern advance, folks a chance to kind of have a T. .W. Markey, Brooker. May by the church and has been I amount to $4 on every $100 of took steps Monday to .cq"I !

holding Germany at her mercy when it comes to many essential breathin spell In between and time the active Mr.supply Allen! pastor since that taxes ,.anJ,;.dropa. to.;three percent -!I!1 tor the auxiliary naval ail
'
would make business lot Zlpplts-the brief case with a was married last la'tlecembeiv two,percent In the BanRal
a better "fa) built on
supplies. On the other hand, if she went the "whole August to Miss be
: and that all the merchanta were sipper fastener-at the Bradford Nancy Lee Whetstone January one percent February) rb\Brevard: County A
hog" and sent her army to fight beside the Germans, few strong for It. County Telegraph and the pastor and his wife and net in March. { condemn, with a deelsi
now live In 9 :
" believe that France and England could long survive. How- Well maybe I'm crazy but you Manse adjacent the to Presbyterian taking, was filed In Feder t

ever, chances are that Russia will stay neutral-play one know I always had a foolish no- there ain't no sense In stlckin to The new Minister the church. :' Lewis' Transferred by John W. Ball, special i It'far" J
tion that the big Idea behind the last In successfUlly Ovid O.. Lewis of
the November
Thursday If for the past two the Department
side against the other and finally when the combatants are passed the rigid examination I
whole to I months land
thing was to provide the by movln" It up a week or so we which all supervisor for Bradford who Is handling the ..
worn out and exhausted, step in and gather up the spoils. people of this nation an oppor- can give the old cash register a ian ministers pre-ordained are Presbyter Baker and Union Counties of the Uon for the major sir baa

Also of great significance i is> the current attitude of tunity to stop and take stock of little more exercise. tober 10, In Jacksonville subjected Oc-' Surplus Commodities Department I and Its auxiliary on BananaThe

Italy. No longer does the controlled Italian press lieU Hitler their blessings and sort of count ""Well; "dont"know b ut you meeting of the Northern before and a' was transferred this week to the suit was tiled 111 lIerbePhillips. the
their Florida
change and give honest and but for ', I'm Mapping Project Attorney
my part gonna be Southern and will of District
at and attack the French and British. Presbytery the first t
every opportunity sincere thanks to their Creator. have his headquarters goveroJlleD1deposited
plenty Thankful every day In the meeting of Its kind In In Gainer The .tli!
Mussolini hates\ Communism, apparently even more than he But It seema that this la old- year that rm an American and .--- Florida. villo ,at 'p eaent. Mrs. A. M. $20.63980. Its *

loves the Nazis. At any rate, the German-Russian pact fashioned. Now It has developedInto privileged; to enjoy all the blessings Rubber stamp., stapling machines Blancbard,(/Jot Lawtey succeeds compensation for the 114
AUsntlCancl
seems to have blasted the Rome,Berlin-Tokyo axis to bits. proposition a hard-boiled like Christmas commercial and plies.and advantage that that- Im graph.at the Bradford County Tele plus Lewis Commodities as supervisor Department'for of the Sur I land Banana between River the needed '

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