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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 17, 1939
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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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>.
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bUshed 1877 .r- ; we should quietly hear both aides Goethe E. L. Matthews, Editor and Owner

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tME Sl.."TY-T\VO STARKE FLORIDA FRIUVY, NOVEMBER 17. 1939 NUMBER THREE

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CTIONS Whitehead Farm Busy Place, Prizes Awarded At Negro Exhibit; RABBI PROPAGANDADenouncing WARNSOF I HERSEY CASE ..



SCHOOL As 22 Hogs Are Butchered Hitler as the "most

ALL Court Room Packed For Program powerful representative of Satan iDECLARED'I'

on Earth today," Rabbi Morris ..

STRICTS p Lawtey Wateroak and Speaker Tells of Progress Margolis of the Jewish Center In MISTRIAL
Jacksonville delivered a stirring
Hampton Adjudged Made In Negro Schools
t address before the Rotary Club

Voting To Be Held on Best In Contest of County and State here Wednesday The program Jury Out Seven (Hours*

was In charge of the Rev. L A
>'ov. 28, Complying Climaxed by a program which The progress of negro schools. In Shepherd Tall Term of Court !

Rith New State Law packed the county court room Bradford County and the state of "Hitler with his concentration Near L'nd I ThursdayA

r beyond capacity actually causing Florida was reviewed at the court camps, and Stalin with his purges

Itolified i \ voters who pay taxes { 1 late corners to be turned away for house Wednesday night by i). K are doing the same thing today mistrial in the case of Clyde* .""

Ater real or personal prop. A ( ear" lack of standing room, the fourth Williams state agent for negro that Herod did when he decreed Mersey charged with a statutory ti

till go to the polls Tuesday, I' annual exhibition of work done schools, who was principal speak. death for every male child In the offence. wall! declared by Judge; H.

lllllber 28, In every special 'In the negro schools of Bradford ei on the program which brought country." the speaker charged 1. Sebrlng at 11 o'clock Wednesday ;

district In the county to County came to a close here late to a close the fourth nnnual exhibit "That Is, they are curbing all opposition night when It became ap. '

(trustees and fix mlllage for Wednesday night. of the county's colored by brute force making It parent that the jury. still hopelessly -

ensuing two years. Jolly, hard-working farmer 4i For three days Interested and Hchools I Impossible for their downtrodden "hung" after seven hour .td

held Whitehead smilingly exhibits a visitors both white and L I of deliberation could not reach a
V elections are being admiring The speaker, a brother of U subjects to express themselves"tlnbbl t'
Itaneously In the nine sub small portion of the delicious I colored, filed through the two Williams, principal of B II. S, : Margolis vividly contracted verdict ;

A districts to comply with the sausage turned out during the store building on East Call Street,, stated that out of the 20( negro I conditions In free America Trial of the( 26-year-old Thereava r .;

IDOl code passed at the last day. Some of it will be sold where hundreds of articles both teachers In this county today, 18 with those existing In the dictatorships farmer, father of four child

lion of the State Legislature. "fresh" but the bulk will be decorative and useful, were on display have had two or more years of and warned of.Widespread ren began early Tuesday afternoon t'

tees elected will take office placed In smokehouses for curling Much of the display was college training. He also cited organizations In this! country and It was lute the next day

first Tuesday after the first over hickory wood. I composed of articles constructed the generally Improved conditionsIn today which while hiding behind before the l last word In the case, .

'aoday In January. from otherwise wasted materials, negro schools throughout the a mask of "patrlotUm," are an eloquent plea for conviction', 1
such as old phonograph records state the ten of for was made by Asulatant Stat ;
In the various) districts R r during pant years really agents propaganda/
Voting at the following made into trays and napkin holders Where In 1927 43 percent of all the Nazi and Soviet regimes Attorney Joe Hill Williams. t''Ss +, ,
I take place
vases! from pine needles scrub colored students were in the first abroad Throughout Tuesday afternoon: )


District No 1-Theressa school 1k 4 and pepper shakers! from cold thus classified, Mr. Williams received by the old girl Mersey Is alleged to have l

'EMDlitrlct. cream jars. said He also stated that the and Mr. Shepherd was Hotllrlanll'l attacked her mother also Dry *M.I \ .

Hampton city ). Heilong, and Sheriff A, 0. tt'' ,
No 7 Three classes! of colored schools average length of term In negro uluted for securing such a %

11. t'e were represented; two four-teach schools had Increased from four while speaker for the worth-I Andreu, were called to testify .by ,,4

District No 3-Starke city hall.\ er schools, Starke and Lawtey; months to eight and a half monthsIn ---.- -- State's Attorney T. K Duncan '
Witnesses for the defense Including -
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District No. 6-Lawtey city hall\ yl I three two-teacher schols, Hampton the past ten years. TEACHERS HOLD Ht'r eY'II 6-yeitr-old son,. t'Raymond '

District No. 10 Wateroak Wateroak; and New River; Mr. Williams dwelled upon the
MEETING HERE were called Wednesdaymorning
and six one-teacher schools! appalling lack of skilled labor
.urcli, by Zilch II Douglas, at.
Sampson City, Thurston, Brook- workers and stressed
District No 12-Millard Johns' among negro Bradford County's school children lorney for the defendant "Char. I iH
lyn, Graham, Clayno, and Brooker the need for manual and agricultural -
New River. received a half-day holiday ucter" witnesses were Garfield
ore, Five Judges, E L,. Matthews, J. T training In colored schools yJohn.
No 15 Bill Reddlah's Friday afternoon of last week' .!, L. T. Dyer, R S, Wasdln, ;. }
District -
Quigley Mrs K J Flynn, Mrs. He stated he had been Informed
ara whim their teachers attended the 'and Jeff Davis
are, Heilbionn. A J, Griffis, of Stuike. and R, there were only twelve or fifteen .
regular semi-annual. meeting of Heney IH alleged to have attacked
District No 16-Corinth Church, R. Thede of Lawtey, selected the Keif-supporting negro farmers In I /
the Bradford County Teachers the plaintiff when she
.jlng best exhibit out of each class. Bradford County,
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Association held In the Auditorium went to his house to borrow
District No. 18Baptist Church, Of the four-teacher school, Supt.. A J Grlffis Introducedthe of the Bradford County high washboard His wife was In Q? ,

rooker Lawtey was adjudged best The speaker.! school hero All white teachers In Jacksonville at the time and only q ,

Mr. Whitehead holds teachers In this school are C. C. The remainder of the program tho county attended. he and his ...mallIon/ were at '

KIVERSTORDERED the squealing pig while Putting the finishing touches to the Anderson, Principal, Geneva Hart- consisted of readings and songs The program began In the afternoon home I,+ ;at' .,

Lonzl Norman swings the glistening white porkers after bristlesax ley, Mabel Richardson, and Jua- by pupils and teachers from the at 2 o'clock and opened with Jurors sitting, In the case wereD r'

0 USE CAUTION to deliver the death have been scalded off Is a tedious job. 'I nlta Stewart. This exhibit Included various schools, and also several two selections played by the n. II, J O. Green Aubrey R. Moor. '

blow The animal Is Hanging on the "gallows" the pigs are clever whisk brooms and baskets short talks, Including one by Slm- S. bras band Mrs R. F, Demo- Li. II, Crosby, Frank F. Thomas. ',

A. A. Durden Chairman of the "stuck" (Its Juglar vein quickly| disemboweled with sharp knives In made of common wire grass, mle Hunter Jeanen teacher for I rest, a B. It S teacher, presenteda John Godwin and Lawrence Wiggins 8'

ty Board of Bond Trustees cut) after It Is uncon- Bkmfu, hands. 'I attractive bed spreads and pillow this county. I condensed report on the progressive .

eltmlay warned all school bus scloua on the ground. tops made of yarn, and bookends < steps In parliamentary Ask.. 910.000 k ,;'.

riM and operators of other made of cypress poles and hun- procedure. The report was comprehensively As the ?-Fall term or circuit: .r;

et.1 vehicle to use care and 0. dreds of other .r lcles. SPORTSMEFWIN presented and wouldbe court drew to an end yesterday } r*

tattoo when bra' aIn y.U bridge the civil suit -of L. S.
TIw Wateroak was the winning two- extremely useful. to any organization. afteinoon.
i the county except those on the __ LFL teacher school. The teachers here Hutto va' Theodore Cook, the last

ate highways as many are inwjr are A O. Jenkins, principal, and PRIZES case on the docket, was In pro
dilapidated condition. rLi Miss Alice Kernandes, accompanied -
e Sarah Jenkins, Woodwork from ,
giensHutto
at the piano by Mm, E. M
Durden urged all bus and other waste materials won the prize represented by Knight 't i
Davis!, both of Starke, presentedan
espy vehicle drivers to observe here. Several excellent tables, Valuable Awards At violin solo "Caviitlrm." by and Knight, Is asking $10,000>

irefully the visible condition of chairs book racks, foot-stools and All-Day Skeet Shoot ROHM, and "Oikmale." by Caesarcul damage from Cook, charging the :

lie county maintained bridges two Ingenuous stands made from : Here Last Week latter with "carelessly and negligently

d verify any doubts by an inaction cheese boxes as well as needlecraft I The next feature on the pro shooting and wounding"f;f

/ before crossing. He and other exhibits!' were Prizes with, a tolal value of gram was a brilliant review of KF his person,
tiled that school bus drivers, shown Hutto, foreman of an S, A, L. ,
$150.50 were given away by the Petti well'M humorous book "The tIn
Core crossing a doubtful bridge, Railway Co. repair crew was hit ;
Sampson City's one-teacher Sabre Tooth Curriculum, by
tould unload a1the\ children .. Starke Gun Club Thursday after the stomach by" bullet oa }
1 school, Flossie B. McLendon, Mrs. N I). Wainwright Jr a B,
rat, cross the bridge, and then noon of last week to lucky winners I June 2, 10.18 which he alleges
principal and teacher, won the H S. teacher The book Is applicable
;dad> the passengers. "The safety I and keenest eyed shooters wan fired by young Cook duringa
prize in Its clans The feature attraction to the present day school
one child Is worth more thanour here was a double deck I In the Gun Club's contest, under troubles. I target practice,
Cook I la also!
bridges, he aald. represented by
bed made of cypress poles, with a way since last August. Steve Weldon A brief business session fol-

The! financial .condition of the ladder for mounting the top bed. Sr. won the grand( prize, a lowed and then the teachers Zach -II--Douglas.- .- 1

Trustees (is none too good, I There wan also a dressing table Remington automatic shot gun divided Into groups, primary ele- Chastain To RunT

_n explained, and only one stool, and fine needlework included worth $:10. The second winning mentary junior high or senior a

twin at work In the county re- And here Is the finished product-the wonderful country sausage In this school's exhibit, ticket brought Sam Anderson a high, to discuss and hear the latest C, Chastaln of Hampton an

long' and rebuilding bridges. that makes winter meals a real adventure In good eating Mrs The other exhibits were by pair of Ray-Han, glasses worth developments relative to each. nounced this week that he will beta

But we are getting to the worst Herbert Norman dips Into the tub for another handful of stuffing; Hampton, Starke, Th u rat o n. $12.SO and the third prize wentto Following these group meetings candidate for county conunlaKloner -

u quickly as possible" he J B. Whitehead turns the crank; and Mrs Jim Yarbrough holds up Brooklyn, Graham, New River, Fred More, a gun case worth the AsMoclatlon adjourned to from District Two com ;'

1(1( "We ate giving those on the link as the casing Is stuffed. Clayno, and Brooker colored $573. meet again January 18 1940, at prising Theressa, Hampton, and ''I.
"001 1 bus routes first attention" schools, and all were very good, 2 o'clock I'. M. I Graham i
_All_ events_ _____ were _held_ ._ _at_ the un Gun
showing unusual Inventiveness and
The clear, cool weather which head's the following lent a help Club's shooting range one mile

'MARKET HANDLES Bradford County farmers, eager I ing hand: Misses! Ella, fula, and painstaking The exhibit care.of the Starke school south of Starke to the left of Cone May Seek Senate :
Road 13. In the shooting off of
SCAN VOLUMEPecans to kill hogs, had impatiently Peculla Norman, Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Evans principal, attracted Ii :1
the Club's four-week handicap ;
Herbert Norman, Mr. and Mrs. much attention. It Included neat Deal Fizzles
this awaited since early October ar- skeet shoot Sum Anderson won As "A. B. C.
season are bringing Jim Yarbrough, Mr and Mrs. book cases with adjustable shelves r r4A
of the of shells
average of l-2c rived last week and one I the high prize, a cane
""d. price 8 per take advantage of the Lonzl Norman, Mr and Mrs. L. a well-finished knee-hold desk, worth $16, with a score of 25 out "U Is my Idea that I will be a surprise as there had been ,no
judging first to
from a shlpmf'ntlIy I
L. Renfroe, and of course Mr. and and an attractive and stylishlookIng ,
"* sold BradfordFarmers' of 25. Anderson had a handicap candidate for the United States previous discussion' to Indicate {
at the welcome change In temperaturewas dress made from flour sacksat
well Mr.
Mrs Whitehead as! as Intentions.
Smith Hr the Governor'
of three W P. won !
ands nty, Market. Several S. W. Whitehead, on whose and Mrs A B. Whitehead, J. B. a total cost of 25c. second prize a $12.CO; pair of Senate In next year. elections I Recently celebrating his 68th

Ung. principally paper shell, well-kept farm near Long Bridge Whitehead, and Miss Hazel White- Also unusual was the display of Ray-Ban glasses with a 23 out of Plllls A Surprise birthday, friends say that Cone> .
and "moneymakers"told head. S. J. Norman, In spite of clay pottery and artificial fruit I Ic I excellent healthIn
ere to 22 "porkers" and three sausage 25 score with a handicap of four __ Is now enjoying
South Carolina des-
a from the Graham School
) his. advanced years was right on where The third prize went to L. It -- spit of the tact that he suffered .
lion. The total weight was hogs were processed on Tuesdayof with the best of Roosevelt Smith is principal. The : I
!W hand, working "Red's Alvarez with a score of ; I a severe I linens. (ant July a.
!'bla Pounds of pecans. last week.A them articles, made of clay from the 24 out of 25 and' a handicap of 2 t. .- I the result of a heart aliment,

Piper week there were 10 bushels hard day's work, even as a The men do the "knocking," nearby Santa Fe River Included 34. This prize was a $ ..7Cun/ ',, b : It he runs, the Governor will
shells and seedlings fore vanes, dishes( and a small bust of
farmer reckons, this wholesale scalding and cleaning, while the cane. Low prize for the lowest seek the seat now occupied by :
It the \
Wed-
Until
Market
Booker T.
slay got under way right women folks perform the lighter Washington. score on this shoot went to Titus Senator Charles O Andrews of
afternoon had slaughter exhibit included ,
no buyer until tasks as well as the all-Important Every an arrayof Olsen a $1 50 bag of cedar shavings Orlando, whoRe term expire: In
found. and It was not f.
| after sunup, pillow cases, luncheon sets
seasoning of the sausage. Theyall to make a dog bed. January' 1941.C"onUnued.
dark that the last porker was dresser sets, bed spreads, aprone.and ,
Norman form ( on eight)
\ use the famous The Armistice Day shoot was page :'
LICENSES"PAST other article. In which
PY strung up by tl-e ham strings many
has been popular with
ula which held also and the $33
Thursday
ready to be hauled away to a the skillful needlework demonstrated No Judgeship For HimSE.VATOIl I
In this for
eaters county
do-
sausage shot
automatic
DUE Jacksonville market early the. the valuable training Savage gun ( i r I
many years. Bradford Hardware r ,
many nated by the r ,
given to the students In our
next morning. "
City the work was hard went to Eldrldge Smith ,
licenses were due and pay- County's most Although negro schools. Company Itr /
I I. October 1. city'Clerk Carl One of Bradford and everyone was "dog" tired long Fred Moore won the $3,75 second f s'
I Sam (as The annual exhibits have been I
** stressed this week prolific sausage-makers, before It was completed, jokes and held here annually since arrangements prize, a gun cane, and the third

rfng that step will be taken! he Is known to his friends) White-all good-natured kidding kept spirits were mad four year. ago prize, another $3,75 gun case,

lnat the delinquents If they are head finds a ready market for high throughout the day. Once for the employment of a Jeanes went to W P. Smith, Sr. who J

at t laid( soon. he produces. He makes a new when one of the ladles thoughshe teacher, 8lmml Bradford Hunter trailed hi. off for a hunting
300 pounds,
Johns batch usually around had been "snapped" In an unflattering Jacket }
laid emphasis on the 4 % the season, She acts as a supervisor of col I
IICOWIt which property holden every week during trade not pose, she threatened ored schools In the county, and The last skeet shoot of the year s ; 4

Starke will receive It they pays and ha. built up a good but ,also (Jokingly, of course) to fUI the the work exhibited this week wan held yesterday< but up until "i '<,

' during November. All 1939 only In Bradford County con- Telegraph photographer's eyes vividly Illustrates the value of her >ress time, stores were not avail- =:: _= --'
where -
many -
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H settled this month receive i In Jacksonville sausa-ge full of red pepper, which she was services among the colored child able The Club will resume
""eduction nolseurs still like their then' applying to the sauaugeA shoot after hunting season OOtMOOK.: CONK
, if they are paid bee | style"-that Is, ren of the schools weekly
seasoned "country pounds of pork clones February 13 1940.
of 2,500 ,
I" i total --- --- Thus spoke Governor Fred I'
with home grown pepper was ready for the market at the I New Course OfferedThe -- -.-- Cone In a telephone conversationfrom ''+t+a4 '. ,

n Senate I I In spite of the hard work a Dig conclusion of the day's wOrk. Not Hank Not OpenThe the executive mansion one

r butchering day Is always more or all of It was Mr Whltehead'a.part General Extension Division I day last week

)Drew Dukes representative less of a festive occasion at belonging to his son, A. B,. of the University of Florida will Florida Bank at Starke e
t about It
1.111 Union County at the last II Whiteheads, with from ten to and part to S. J. Norman. offer a course In American Lit here will not be open next Thursday I the! "I continued have been thinking"I have not definitely 1 :
' coming I I Ir
"''on relatives 21 the President'
of the state pegrUiatUre, twenty neighboring S. Only note of dissatisfaction expressed erature (number 401) here beginning November made up my mind, but I
the Job.
f with the following
to help nor
visiting friends In Starke yes- In of the during the day was over,) Monday. November 20. Thanksgiving expect to do so within the next

"rday, Mr. Duke 1* seriously J. Norman Is the patriarch and their the price of pork which. In spite ,i This. is a three hour credit course I Thursday. November 3O, traditional two weeks" ( r
children according to t.
Werlns making the race for crowd and his of the war In Europe and a predicted ,I Anyone interested. In enrolling I III Thanksgiving Day
work together brief announcement caught
Ite innate In the coming deco husbands and wives all time rolls I business upturn, remains) urged to notify E L. Williams an announcement by the bank officials The political circles by ,%NI>KK\\S 1 1i
! butchering Tallaha "ee
was discussing the mat- when I sluggish. I principal of Bradford high school: yesterday _L i
r f with acquaintances here. around Last Tuesday at White- .. ,

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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STAJIHE FLORIDA m"A\. XOVEMBEn .
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the children is even more. : work she bad passed and was sent tlsm or Infected kidneys, all an Individual It might do some says that Jackson < .
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cost
So we know to ,
to advance next yeur I back to still lower class, and which causes a loss of days one good but In this way no one expect to UII1 t
a set
Letter BoxGentlemen When child fails even though!
of our children are i a i near '
that 9 percent \
Is benefltted more than If it It
that she held J to prevent the child any seedlings
and more It is their first grade. It makes the teacher noticed enough this wins
normal, perhaps ?
not than 9 percent. But Home of these that child one year longer In her book up close to her eyes and I' making its grade. Malaria was burned or tossed In the sea. Planting asslstan,..
: children who are sub-normal do school and one year longer reach- had the school physician examineher its anemia and sick days at It means we are paying 9 per- de red by district Im 110'11
make their grades.We Ing the peak of Its earning capa- eyes and be founa her eyes nearly always causes a failure cent more for our schools than Florida Forest "scan
and ,
I wonder If the average person' city and one years loss of that bad and sent a note to her par- pass. we get benefits In return. located at Munson P"I'k
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has slopped to cormUer that know that these 9 percent earning. It cost an average of ents who claimed they were not The question of guilt Is Dr. M. B. Herlong. Tallahassee, Lak ri,PIlI1/1Itl/
$1'-1'of failures not be classed as
800.000 has been stolen defective can but we have $48.00 per year per pupil of tax able to have her eyes fitted with some one for these are Lakeland as weu'.,y OCI
for the past ten years and a mentally of money. glasses. The P.-T. A. In that defects and it does not seem MILLIONS OF SEEDLING agents and L. T a by
arrest has been made. seen schools where 00 percent her to PINES TO BE SET SOON Nieland
single school raised $10 and sent civilized public would year forester
the children were Infected with But the earning usually Is worth with .he Stat
The State's Auditor and tho hook worms. There are thousands several hundred dollas at the peak a specialist who fitted her with year see this loss of money IIY FLORIDA'S FARMERS tUral Extension Servrnre
Sheriffs office cannot pin the glasses and the child then coulddo continue to allow it to go on. vllJe. In
of children, with bad eyes, of their capacity. Florida never has had a gold
crime one man. This the work In the class she had
on
any bad ears, bad teeth, bad tonsils Besides the suffering of these before With $1,890,000 the state rush, but the state Is now experi- Nieland calls Uentlon
and
was stolen from the money been assigned to first
money and adenoids, malaria, bad hearts put out a corps of specialists fact that
paid out for public schools all defects. children from their disease, some the year was out was passed to these diseases In every by'I encing a forest rush as farmers farmers may ea

over the state.It and other of them go on with their defectsall a still higher grade.Or and soon have our school plant pine seedlings by the mil- payments of $7.50 per, acre
badly needed to These are the thieves that ate through life. I have In mind for this child passed ting at least 650
was money of school $10 all corrected.And lions each year to supply the tree pe
9 our
pay teachers and educate the taking percent one case where the lady told me four grades of school in one year.or children can Seedlings transplantednow
then these ever-Increasing demand for pulp-
Florida the money. that she suffered from headache : the
children of Probably tour times $48 or saved
the work as outlined. There is wood and other woods. The FlorIda and December
each school life and 31
steal of the century.We We are paying out year every day of her Wllfi
biggest $192.00.Nearly
taxpayers
more than $21,000,000 for public thought that all children did, and business concern in the world Forest and Park Service now this year's allotment, whl,
know that the course of schools and If 9 percent of the did not know It was caused by all the children who are would stand for such a loss. has 8,000,000 seedlings in Its transplanted in January
study laid out for school childrenwas children fail to pass to higher defective eye sight until she was heavily Infested with hook worms If an official should steal nurseries at Olustee and Munson applied on next year a earaij
made up by men and normal women grades and have to repeat this married and had her eyes examined. fail because with millions lot a small part of this sum of which will be ready for trans- The Forest Service an

who really know what a do, and year's work we have lost 9 per- I know another case wherea these worms sucking the blood every newspaper In the planting this winter These that prices this yea, ,Ire
child of a given age normal can child cent of the $21,000,000 our schools little girl passed her examina- of a child It does not leave enough would make big headlines of seedlings should start young treeson ciably lower than those
know that the I
we his course each year cost us per year or $1,890,000 and tions and went up to a higher nourishing blood to feed the braino and he would be sent to nearly 1,200,000 acres of land. I Ing last year being ti i 17:1:
and completes to the next grade. this has been going on for more claws the next year and could not <* the muscles of the child. Bad It would be news. Indicative of the Interest In 000 for seedlings Picked.
passes on about 9percent than fifteen years to my certain do the work and was sent backto teeth and bud tonsils usually But the loss in this way forest plantings throughout the either Munson or OlUAtee 0 "
But know also that
we not knowledge.And the class she had passed from, cause loss of days in after year Is passed over state Is a report by County AgentJ. delivered to regulai,
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children
of the can
pans their examinations and fall this is not all the cost. The and she could not do even the I causes heart disease or rheuma-I I as a matter of fact. If stolen W. Malone of Marianna, who shipping points.

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What To
Read The Rules Do

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is Each space below represents some prom
Any person living in Bradford County ,
4'k nent business firm of Starke. All t\\
have
first you t
eligible to enter the contest, and the two

do is to take the scrambled letters in eacl
to bring or mail the correct answer, or nearest -

correct to the TURKOLOGY CONTEST, of space and arrange them to spell the firm lIam

Bradford County Telegraph, Starke, Florida {<= correctly. order to make the contest morl

will be awarded a big, fat turkey for Thanks- ?% interesting, as well as difficult, this year eacl
C y
t' an OD space also contains a brief ichiei
message
I giving. In order to be fair to our subscriberswho

get their paper through the mail, no answer ; Talk must be unscrambled in order to win.: In cas

will be considered from any one buying n. ?t of a tie, neatness of the answers will determine

I a copy of the Telegraph in our office before 6 TURKEY? the winner. It is permissable to use thil

o'clock Thursday, November 16. Also, in order j r advertisement or a separate sheet of pape

to give our subscribers on the rural routes and for your.answer. Names of.thetwo, ifinneri

in surrounding towns a better chance, one t COME ON ,. will appear in the next issue of the Telegrap

turkey will be given for the first correct answer when this page will be reprinted, showing th\\
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AND TRY
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received from a resident of Starke, and Ti i+3,st+F t.' correct arrangement of letters in each advertisement.

the other turkey will go to a resident of a ty.;. Answers may be brought to thl

rural route or surrounding town who sends in t ', .,, ; Telegraph office or mailed to us in care o|

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,TFF Jean Davit.. TORNADOES LOSE Whirlwind Facts Juniors DecideTo Through the Keyhole I Did You Know? I A. J. THOMAS

,of Oarl Sewcl I! 18-0 TO JASPER _
ItJ !' t,. H Harper Present PlayLast ADDRESSES
| Eli'( i Frank RobinsonArch. FRIDAY NIGHT Lost Thursday Jasper whippet I overheard some of those sen- The United! States' leads all .
p" Thomas Bradford 18-0 which by the ASSEMBLY :
Loral Bennett way week the Junior classes Ion discussing those Invitations other countries in the trapping \
ul Elisabeth Plummet Local is not bad for Starke. It was 1 a they are planing to order soon
Team Plays St.- held a Joint meeting in 11W to
( of fur bearing animals and In fur
) .i-lar Mae Harley: rough-house game-struggle al! To citizens of Bradford County.
My. they are really kept
my busy
",I") L. M. Galnesu..ni'iary Augiiwtlne There decide on what form of entertain I production ? It also import more
Today I the way. And that score, compared It sure must be fun planning how Archibald Thomas Sr., Is an outstanding -
', NewsfflllV to last StarkeJasper ment they would put on this rare and expensive furs than any
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| \ fl.portere The Bradford Tornadoes los outcome. Is downright good. The three plans put before the< get. which one do( you like other nation I| American citizen Mr. Thomas '

4.pecIuI. .Joe Ell'' Barry. to a heavy Jasper team 18-0 las Thursday afternoon the school class for discussion( were: first best. what kind of cards are you Canadian refiners produced 6- speaks and acts In the standard

1 TO .0end n.tty Green LouIs. Friday night in Jasper. was littered with a bunch ol I I to put on two one-act plays second going to get to put In them etc. I 689.00O pounds of refined sugar American manner that mark his I'

,jI.ln%ere llt t1Io Halle..AUCUfl and The game began at 8 o'clocl heart-breakers: the ready-to- an operetta and third i a Listen! I have just heard the during 1937 kind. lie Is a man who never

lack. with Jasper receiving and the. travel football boys in their mon- I regular three act play. After latest There Is a new club in I Peacock feathers are considered opens his mouth without saying

Tornadoes kicking. The two< key-suits. Mass combinations oi; some discussion the classes decided town. The Sigma Delta. Girls,, unlucky ? something by which all good citizens 4

EDITORIALSaturday .teams put up a stiff fight in the Robert Taylor and Clark Gable on a three act play Unit: that surely Is a cute name. To'' The mystery of how a hen produces I might well profit. Last '

first and second quarters bypasses ; they were scattered about the I carrying on the annual custom ol whom must we give credit for (the calcium for egg sheila week (this man representing the t

a national which both failed to com I school making already sHakj the Junior Class. A committee< naming It ? I, has been explained. 01 I a n d I, highest spoke wine words to B. f .

& holiday. Those who plete. They could not gain mud nerves ready to give up the I was then appointed to select i a ,j Carolyn "Kiltie Bell" Green I mechanism control the procesti. I I H. S. students in Friday assembly t''

\L Uncle Sam were having I ground during the first half on I ghost.It suitable play. The play will be I i heard about you going to the !I Every known star In the firmament on the Armistice Day Program

.fl/ Reason: 21 years ago, running plays. A long Jasper hard I presented on the 15th of Decem GeorgiaFlorida football I
a seems to realize thai game has either a name or a World War veteran Thomas i
Ijay that marked the end pass at the end of the second :' there are only two. more games ber. Saturday Did you yell enoughfor number by which it Is Identified'Snllkt. ?/ condemns non-debt-paying nations
but
inr. great In disaster I quarter was responsible for Japer's before the official end of football ---.-----, me? .* are regarded us guardians and feels that had they paid

.i reason and purpose. the first goal but they failed to< I season. (Homecoming December HOW WELL DO YOU) ICEAU? Juanita M., surely that couldn't of treasure In India ? out the millions to nations they

1 who were left heard the ', make the extra point. 8th Is post-season). To think that In the January 1938, issue oi be you with a yellow balloon at "After Dinner" speeches are owed not so much money would

ilence that had reached I' In the second half the Jaspei Bradford's already Readers' Digest there is ar I of have been left their leaders -
I played seven games recess. My my. one our dinntfied I made before meals in Japan? I to tempt

ears In four years. Bulldogs launched a drive in the confirms the "time Hies" article headed: The Scrlbnei seniors did surprise me when I I One day a week In set aside Ir I to build planes whips, submarines \,

hans who for years, had I I third quarter to score the second conviction to a T. Doesn't seem Quiz, excerpts from a Department I saw her blowing a balloon. Oh I Costa Rica ns n "Beggars' Day ?" to such great extent as

JKd to bombings. black touchdown but failed to make more than one week since the in Scribner's Magazine, bj I well maybe someone gave it to I II I 1 ---. -- ..- ___ they now have and thus be : I

aDd all degrees of fear the extra point. In the fourth I headline. Bradford Plays First Irving D. Tressler and Is as follows I| her and she thought she would I II I;I doubly willing to jump on disagreeing ;

IIUI and tried to realize i iIt quarter they scored their last goal Game Tonight Against Green : I blow It, since she hasn't played Elementary Echoes neighbors He reminded '1

Bad all been about. None I after a. Tornadoe punt fell short Cove announced the first matchIn "This section of the Quiz testa I with one in a long time. It really I students what righteous people ,'

kneW. nor ever expectedTheyd and they recovered on ttoe Tor this year's season. your knowledge of the meaning ol i Is a lot of fun. Isn't It, Juanita ? I 'Ot'Ul'lI' (1KAOK have been trying:: to pound Into

heard something : nadoe's 5-yard line. The Tornadoes Football "addicts" dread think. the words of their meaning whenmodified | They say that Jacksonville'spost : We have finished the book the heads of the rent of the world

Its being a war to end all put up a stiff defense but ing about the end of football sea or qualified by other office is kept busy sending I "Uncle HemtiH.' anti we are" starting for centuries: that the teachingsof

never had exactly: failed to hold for the necessary I "The Eskimo: Twins. I hopeIt the of will .
but son. Runner-up to football is basketball words. You should have no troublein mail to Lawtey and Starke. Am Prince Pence always I

iintoou how that could bear I four downs; the game ended will now being prepared to selecting the correct answer., I right Marion Clara Mae Jacqueline will be very good. hold true and until people love

'' is inevitable." Jasper 18 Starke 0. come in with a nice loud bang. Keep In mind that the answer Is and you other girls who There are quite a few pictures their neighbors (there will be unpleasantness '

ce took a solemn glance al This afternoon the Tornadoes This afternoon's) gridiron not what you would do in the like to get letters from the north of Eskimos, and their thing on t ,

,dels' Field and remembered go to St. Augustine to play the St. Augustine' should be gamein well situation described 01' what you Jacqueline Is still showing that the blackboard We have an He culls Roosevelt a great '

I III had looked like before the I Florida State School for the Deaf worth noticing. Last Starke I think the subject should do. It is I beautiful watch and we would KHklmo Bandtable./ containing President and knowa he will do ;

England long bothered bjjiual : This is to be the only afternoon: defeated those boys 7-6 year and hopeto 1 what the person described woulddo. too if we had one like It. Eskimos, igloos' a lake with icebergs everything in his power to keep : l "

scraps read her casualty: I game of the season. do the same this afternoon. ', ." I Marian you looked mighty happy sledn and 1 dogs. the United States out of war

and knew Bonaparte had The Starke team handed these I An observant Scoring: The prefect score In. Sunday afternoon. Could It We have finished our ntudy, ot The rest of the program was as .' '

T bit a record like that. I boys their only defeat last season: football-game-I 100. Deduct ten points for each i be that llrooker was seen in Eskimos und have darted on our follows: itEveryone

jt t Britain in the middle ol with a score of 7-6. The School watcher notes 'question you answer Incorrectly. I town? journey to the Arabs of the stood and the \
for the Deaf will do everything 1 than the final score and judges I ming ,
:Jct throughout her history Starke I carefully every factor. He knows I I Correct answers will be found Loral, I hear you get letters Desert first verso of "The Star SpangledIlnnnt ; "
in its to defeat ; .
World War with courage power elsewhere on this page. from a certain in Georgia. Billy Smith repoiter.MIH. .. followed I
the this match will be one of the most that a 7-0 game can under some person r, Immediately by I ,,1 1
brave humor- -not so dry as circumstances be exactly twiceas 1. Example: Fat easygoing What is he like ? Does he like Hurt te'ticher.L"tI'ltTll the flag salute. 1 1I '
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notable of the season.Homecoming ,
cans would give them credit t a 50-0 touchdown I economical Mrs. Smith catches a Florida ? If no tell him to comedown ,I .1,
thrilling as Id.Lulu Davis reading ,
I will be here December I SICAI>K gave
living 8th. Immaculate Conception packer. He also knows that to bus every day that gels her to) I to Starke for we would all haH been "In Flanders' Field." I ,.
I The Fuuith Grade
when the last shot was School of Jacksonville has a give the runner full credit for a I her Job exactly on time. Breathless like to meet him. studying about the Eskimos who The purpose of the lllli of : J h'I

I, the whole world stood pit! fair and square team which touchdown is unfoiglvable fan- she arrives at the corner one Ida Lee we are ao glad you are living on Baffin Island. We Rights wan to establish freedom I '

stripped sad over results fights cleanly and wholesomely: Ignorance. He is quick to realize morning just as the bus Is pull- are back In school with u!*. You I have some Pretty. pouters. up in and parts of (the 11111 of Rights 1'! aW\\i i\

?1 that it was over puzzled I throughout and gives Its oppon that no runner Is good enough to. Ing away. Would she: don't know how much we have our I'OOIn.'e. -drew. "unl1 1 KHklmo were given by four seniors: [ i

ed and weak from the fight ents close shaves. Starke wil get through without any help : a. Scream at the top or her missed you. Don't keep that cold I Bcenes "Freedom of Worship," Arch r,

telling themselves it would from those other boys who are lungs for the bus to stop? any longer Give It to someone ,
have to do its best to overcom has Thomas, Jr. : (
boil In this room
again never mor like everything. And else. I think you have had It long K:very ly it'I I
>r happen ; blocking b. Run a block and catch the
the genial I. C. boys.Mammy I been learning how to find fructlonnl Freedom of Speech" Ralph I
Jd they have to chew and -. when the ball is sailing In the air bus at its next stop ? enough. 'i '
ow such a big hunk of sor- --- ''he Is looking at the field 1<1 instead. bus ? You had better be good!, for I I parts of numbers. Rhodes; ': "
Walt for the next
and ruination.And Sez I He trusts that the pigskin will c. am always peeping. We are glad to have Shirley "Freedom of (the Press," Clara !I'

Armistice Day end of the get safely to the other side and d. Dash into the middle of the Peeper. Arnette in our room. Mite Harley; (It f

t World
Id since to remind citizen Here's a tip for you-don't try: the blocking syxtem. the step ? A LITTIJOUK1IN.MJTV Miss I'dwal'tls.I'scher.\ ill.. HutchlngH.

eating candy in school anymoreask -- ____ I e. Take a taxi? Read the followinK and see If -- and the
and atoud
at the world went through KCHKHIJIJ-: 10 very one gave
Rivers for de full details. 2. An impulsive, highly nerv- you thing thertt'll be any "greatpoets" TRAIN Constitution '
if/uills was the whole business I PrimarJinglesSECOND I II I U the schedule of Preamble to the
en Americans think about it. Wonder why' everybody laughs I ous boy of 18, the son of Doctor among the student. In our Following subjrct after which everyone sting the
here daily
y burn When they recall thai I when Mrs. Dowling says laugh. OKAUK Williams a confident professor of I midst : I trains arriving without notice : first verse of "America."
Saw Ralph Nettles sitting or I I II Psychology. innocently runs overand Loral in l nice and simple to change '
lions were slaughtered tcke I Our room Is ahead of Miss Southbound line Stiirko The program was ended with
Friday I She has freckles but not one
front porch a.
old obviously
Ruth Simpson's kills an man
the world safe for Democ- kinda serl I Kitty Hogsed's in the attendance I dimple No.1 ( local ) 10:33: p. m. ones verse of ".\mericta the Beau
afternoon-Looked tramp while driving alone at ;
7, they start trying to figure declare I race. We have six more weeks I of heavenly blue No. 107 (through) __ 9.21: a. m. tiful."
still he i Her are
me-and road. eyes
the 100th time nations ous to night on a country .
why -
I until Christmas so 'most anything lu Htnrke ---?--
hue. Northbound
hater! Aw now And her cheeks a rosy
it to war and why people, I he's a woman de date ? I can happen. Frankie Rouser -' When his cries for help and the I Betty Is. plump and sweet No. 2 ( local) -- ft.15: a. m Zlppltll-- the brief case with a '

they get angry enough. gel I How about has been absent one week sounding of his horn bring no __ 6:18: in zipper fastener- the Bradford
dat L. A. Johns ii She is liked by those she meets, No. 108 ( through/ ) p.
ad fight like dogs. when it's I understand response, he realizes that no one County Telegraph.NOII4K .
because of sickness. Starkn and Wiimira ItraiuhNo.
I smile she does have
a, from the that I making de office his headquarter: I can know what he has done. lie What a
beginning We are going to try to keep I I And not a moment I I. she sad. 101 leaves Starko 7 a. m. ftl" I-.I.I.4; ; I HIVlly I
tens these days. hurries home and tells his father. .
cant be settled ..
possibly I wanted to tc well, and not have to be absent. Helen Is one of the twins ---- ----- I Urn |M>WIM vi'Ntnl In It (hllnitril
I way They'll never know. Everybody go Would Doctor Williams, : %i'll( I'] Ol' I-II.I-H: : TIOM I of I'u lull.- lti.li llrllnil ofHrMilfuril
Thursday night. Dat's de I The school nurse will be with us inform the She Is liked by all the men; lly I Ih* .....W.-, '..'..1.... III It I tlinHoard .I County it'luri'lu, heietijr
Jasper Immediately
Jean Davis. I a. police of rnl.ll.. InHlriirtlon ofllradforil nails lacllon tn h.. held oilTtivmliiy. '
ol: next week to examine our eyes. To Lake Butler site liken to go un
----. _ school* spirit-we am proud ? I I. C '''lIlIly.I I.'1"1.111. hero>yialln Nnvmnhn. 21 HMD\ at '
Tornadoes! She Is helping us> In so many ? But why nobody knows. an .lilloii I to l lie held onTllexiliiy. I thn I City Hull HI Htnrk In HlierhilTax ,
Meet Our Seniors our b. Consult a lawyer I Is the other twin Novitllllii-l I ,r SH, I DaD at HI-IK..I. Dlntrli-1. No 5, I llmilfiiril :, '\
Sadie dat shoo is a plumb gor I ways. c. Soothe the boy's nerves by Marian Corinth Cliiirc-h) lit Hlxlnw In HpeilnlTax I ( 'tmnty, l"lorl.ia, for I he putpuHH of '.
you've been wearing!! Mrs. Ritch teacher. ? I, And her letters she does send Hi hool I IXnltli-t, No Id, llrad-, ftluntliiK I lire. trustees iiml, flBlna;
ring I to nothing
geous agreeing say tord County. Florliln, for' I III** purPOHH hite nillliiKit' far the imiilnic. lwi>
ELIZABETH FIAJMMERtoth I P. S. : Mammy appreciates thai d. Induce his son to inform To a boy not far away of olvrllnir. I Ihri-ii 'ru..I"U anilflxlnw years Kur the purpnna of: hulillnir ''I/ \
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Plummer (bettei card sent her from Georgialast i ASSKMIILY: PROGRAM himself? From whom she gets one everyday the in,11 In K". for I II h,. pnauliiKtwo stiltS slut tin the foluwlnic, am eta... i
you of "America" followedby I the police I yvai'H. Foi th. purpoH ofhoidliiK oil .. alueseeru N. l> Wulnwrlnht.Nr ,
p% as "Lizzie"), came into week-end. You am one ol I Singing e. Make agreement to say nothing xnld .li.i-llon. tli.i, tllllo..lnlll ., It. ,I- l I....., Mann Itoblnunn itmi, ",, ;
'I duel old world on May 4, chlllun honey lamb. I) flag salute. I to drive Grace D. In always happy as a ni.. nnrnr'l HI manavem. : ilxrinanVhoniai K A. M.-olr, ('!" rk
favorite i forbid the boy : : "
my Short Explanation of Armistice : It. It Cronl.y, tleure Conn, tlLAtlS'Iltl| | > COUNTY HOAHU Ob'l'i .iI
This great event took place I De Bradford Homecoming in I I again ? lark tid Krnory lewl. ClerkMUADFOItn I 'HMO INXTIIUCTION. /
IILtml be Day by Mrs. Biggs. And In her studies very smart ( ...NTY 1I0A ItO OF lo 27 &t A..I Urlrrin H.cr turxNO'IHI
At the tender ole the corner so is Broad- ,
age around home
just I 3. Anthony's I'IMII.H.: INHTHIK'TION n ._ .. __ '_ ___
'/ Elizabeth was run over by thinking about who you want for I Poem, "On Armistice Day, by acres, his hobby fruit trees. His She likes a redhead boy 10-27 Bt A .1, II rlt tI.. Sucrntary ') Of ..I'l.FM'TIO ,\
wtomoblle. three boys of Miss Lllley's room. Who greets her with (the greatestNIIKHIKI" .- --------- Hv thf* .noweiVftnt.,.l III It 110..
We this
presume I sponsors. I carefully: Indulged little non con-I ()'II4J,2 or fl:1.t..I.'IIfly llr,nr 1I10lS for any peculiar actions Karl E. Is quite a popular I Song "Armistice Day" by MissFlogseds fides with resentment that joy. _ the powel .vented In It theHoard 1 itra.l rar.l C'out,t y, Klorliln, lii>r.byCHUN .

'might! observe on her part. 1 I young man 'round 'bout de cam room. school chum Is pronounced worthless I OTIf'''] 01" I of C'uunly.I'liblli t Flurl'lii Inntriirtlon, hereby ofliradford 'l'uss.Itiy! tin. film-Mnn Niivenilmi to 1 list*, hell I 030 on at {

*nen Elizabeth was four years I tl Group of Autumn and Winter I by the teachers. Subsequently "*I.MNotlof titHe un elerlliin to be held on the City Hull at l.nwl.iy In H|...clnl I
Ige. I, pus.There I I.. hereby given thul t. A. Tueadav. Noveinber. :2N. HI.TI! atllronkor Tax I Hrhool I Dlntrl.-t' N the Plummers moved 'I are three of our popularhi songs sung by Mrs. Biggs' third when the chum repeatedly steals O ANliUKI'. Kherlff of Iliudford. Chun u.l llrooker In I Kliirlitu, for t ilui i 1'"rI'niMi ofolnctlnK i
Gainesville. They lived school lassies wearing Union grade: fruit from Uroadacres Anthony's i ('..unty. Florida' by vlrluo of a ripeclitl Tax Hi'honl I dcl. rll'l No in, three triiMl0' .un.l fixing
11 I I Write of t. ...l.ullnn lH.iid nut of llradford County, Florida. for Ih* lbs irillUic. fur I Ihu imnuliiir twoy
three years until their I' County Class rings-Better get "Wild Geese," "Snowbirds" and visit to the boy's family discloses I Ih- C'lrcult Court of the KlKhthJudicial puruoHt of i-leilliiK. Ihri-M trii>te..* ur. Ki.r th. mil-pom of hulillnic
burned Elizabeth began boys--don't let 'em beat your, "The a home of penury and shlftleaxtiess. flreult I In:,'IoI'"t: for Hrad-l I and flxlnic he. ,inllliiice for. the enmilnir *:li| "l cllon I kit.: following I arnamxil '
busy Airplane.
ford County, I, on the nth two v'.,,, For I Ih* purpoxnof tie nmriHKfr. : J. M Atlntlo
Khooi career In Gainesville. time. i Announcements. A beneficent churchgoer, day of Novi-mhur I l5.'t. In that p..r- holdlnir. MM III ...1..I..n. I the following K"nrt Illunchiirii Vollny JUiMtah,
Went back to( Miami for think dat by a unanimous vote would Anthony: lain Csu.A wh-r..ln .ru..n Fur are named a* nutnaxera 1. I and (I. J I'hllMpn, rinrkIIICAI .
I I Lord's Prayer repeated in con- llll..r Company. a eorpniMtnnorifanliml K DoiiKlaii, Ituyi-e lalny, HiiKen >H-OMI > COUNTV IIOAIIU Oil'J'ltlilJ
< more years. Then to the we can easily say dat Willa Vida 1 cert. a. Have the boy arrested ? and minima under. and Cronhy. and ..: ., llaaen,Dtk.O. ; .
at City of Lawtey. Elizabeth dressed girl in de b. Prearrange a suspended bv virtue of the laws ,.r lha Htalof .. | FOKII I COI fN'rY ) fit A. J. (Irlffln. Hooratary
is de bestus I Song "America the Beautiful I Florida was plaintiff, and FK I'IMILIC I JNHT 1t11TION.' !
fealdecl in Lawtey for seven Senior Class.Everybody. entire primary assembly. lenience under probation Hurnoy, wan d.-ndanl, have 10-27 6t A J DrlfflM, Hecretury.Hy .. IOi ft.t.U': fir :1.1'10'11:
flowiZZie i has been worrying by c. Turn the problem over to lovled upon the following ,l'srrlte'tprp"rtY. --- -- fly Inn I.OW.M- vlI.I..1 In It that
I altualc. lylnu' and l.elnuIn ivo'i'ii'i: "I" el.Kv'rIov Hoard fif I'uhllr'' lnittriit.tlt>n of
has always made good( about "Heartbreaker" McKinney its pastor ? j I llradford ('.,unIY, Florida, twIt "- the piwi.i n-nleil In It I II lie Urndford ('oulIl)'. Klnrlda.. tK>r.htrallM
survive BrightEyes take the boy outf : Hoard nTmiKluy.
to
t57''ui school especially in lately-but he's gonna d. Arrange H-KlnnlnK at HW rornnr ..r H.r- ml ford County, Florida, herebyi'aIIe Nnvnnilinr 2*, ISIS a''
I III girls It's Just a slight attack of > his environment and pay for I lion 2ft. Townnhlp Month.\ IanB an eloi-tlon to I I.e. hld. on the Watoronk Church at Vamlci
Understand dat de Everybody smiling Mon day and training ? i 22 Kaot und run North on Hn1 Tunday Vovember 21. 'lOTS atIh hilt In .HniK-tal. I Tax Mchonl District
dignified senior likes any- de love-bug. supervision 1 Inn line ISIS feel, theme "KatI I city Hull I I nt Hampton" In Hparl- No. I ID, llradford multI y Florida I
who lucky young lady is a sophomore morningmust have had a good e. Appeal to organized charity I I ,, a point of buclnnlnn' I 33 foot: 1 al Tux I-Ich..1 1 HlHtrlct' Nt. 9. llrad- for th* purpoN* of ulertlnir, three I ,
has a good sense oft Dowling's week-end. The seniors had an behalf of the family pit.t! of th.i renter of Htnle ,ItoadNo ford ('..unty. Florida, for the purlion truntee and flilnK the ml Hue, tot,
also brunettes. She dia- I and halls from Mrs. In I 1.1, It,*,.<.* Kant: I I"" feet, of ..,le, tlna three trijMta and' (list ertMiilnir two years For the
homeroom! extra large smile on and for a th..n<'e Bon Hi and parallel, with I filinglh. people who are always teas- taken too. They've selected Mtnt Hoart No IS 100 toot, thence Iwo yuan For the purpoa.. ofholdlnw Ilia following are named a* man I ;
rneone! but can't take a L. M Gaines has really I good reason (IJZNSWJR'I; : : We..t 100 f*..-t. ,mor. or !led.., to a aald ....-..II..n th. following a".... : ltuii.**ll Nortnan. Hrott Al-
1( I liking to de bright lights of their invitations and with them 1. Walt for the next bus. point' 33 fet I'aat of th. renterof ar* "J:1tI"r.; ,niunaicur: Henry I cares. I,. r.. Norman and Drew I
themselves. a I dere gives a lovely memory Htale Itoad, No I II. thenCN.rth Meson. Charley Hall, HeililUh.I ClerkllIItlt'Ottl
: Jack.onvlllel1e was up the company 2. Induce his son to Inform i atonic I Kant .1.1. of h. and Terry flrlffln. ('I..rkIIItA"'OHfI i l ) CfM'NTY IMMItn OFI'UIIMC I
: th is going to be a nurse. last week.I book.J. the police himself. I rIght of wav ..r Htnle Hnad No (', .l'NTY HOATiD OFPITHI. INHTIUTCTION.
Pa:5 to tram ln a Jackson8)Qital three days is makIng B. and Margaret are numerated I 13 to I hit point of heirlnnliiK and 1 .1C INHTIirCTIo.N 10-27 it A..I llrirfl.. H.MT.tarymiiTifH
Torode
hear dat John 3. Arrange to take the boy out I lielnir' 1 In $.,tlon 24. Towmihlp S J in-27 &t A J ilrlffli, Hec-rntary,. -
Maybe she secretly" quite a success of studying over something. of his environment and pay for 1 Houth.: ; ftanic 22 Kant and rontalnlnir OF 1:1 sr'roi:
to be I think of 12 classes reallyare n-fonrth I V > acre, mom 'IIft'ru': air KIIT1IOMIh Fly the power vented In It the
a doctor.
:be forestry at de University Those English his supervision and training. or lees. this power v*..fd. In It IhnHoard Hoard of I'tiMd- fnatrnetlon. ofllradford
a good one I'se pulling for learning to spell. :Maybe: Is a good sample of an the property of the "alt K Bllurney of I I'ubll I I I*. fnntrii..tlon ofHradford I Cniinty. ii'Florida' liersby
This
\\\* neorgia-anyhow only ,: .. that ..nI :; I "'..",11'' Florida hereby .rail an ..I.'a tlun I.. b.* held oti
h i are sure everyone wishes ; "Tode." they need It. though.Those 'I the article and Includes only three 4th day or I>"*..ml..... A. t) 1 1039. rail an elfci.lion to nx. held nn Tueadiiy, Nnveniber 3<", In'> atMlllnrd
r t a e Best of luck Elizabeth. I you. really has been the I senior girls know their of the ten problems prenented. within the leiral bourn nf nail, Tualuy. November Jt, I93t at Jnlin'n Hloro ill Nw Illvoi
Shakespeare namely, between' eleven. o i lock In the NchoolhoiiM al' Therna In 'In Hpnolal Tax Mchonl latrlrt No
-._ I most popular guy in the whole :, business so far as making candy Answers were determined, says the forenoon and two o'i.li.<-k In lh. !iplal' Tax H-hool IXitrli-l N". I. I It, llradford County, Florid, tot
lere's for the past two goen That which they've been I Readers Dlgent. by a jury of afternoon on paid day at the Kant: Hradford County, Florida, for the Cite purpose of elnctlna' three true.
A Rumor That Senior class week is truly I door i>l the rourthouR* In HUrke.Hradford of 'eler-tliiir I three Irueheau (*#.. and flxlna the ..riillluv for th
last :
week.. I selling this and I Scribner readers. County, Florida. I ihalloffer ( :'Ptj'n'' the tiilllax: for th* *n- enacting two year For th* pur
' Dat Ceorgia- delicious. for aal. to th. highest bldd stunK two yearn F..r the purpose pone of hnldlnir. m>ld' election th*
,>-Y08 J 'are back In style and And goodness me I chocolate and pure. I .r, for each In hand. the abovndenrrlbe.4 of holdlnir' Hiild .l.1..11'1'hI' t..1111 W- following are ",""...1 a* manaicrFloyd -<
last
The I in Jacksonville Milk both Old JokesMiss I II property aa the propertynf InK are natned aa munK-r Albert' Wla-a-lni. Itoan Turner, II. II.
. latest types are the Florida game naturally enjoyed Is now being served In the cafe- I K K. Homey, now held aubjnrttn Hillllvnn H It Mwlndle. Hill Hall '......nl>v, and Stafford Cr.wa, c.lrkMltAliKOItll .
a hog Yo-yoa-bllt all of them | Saturday was additional three cents. I I the lien nf nold judv.mnt byMr and W H Hlblxy. Clerk COCNTV IIOAItfl OFIMJIIMC
I of our popular high I teria for an *. Abbl I..iuU* Morrow ad- '"tA FOIttl I-IIIINTY HOAHD OF I I.VHTIII'CTION.
'I> hesitate for us-very, >y some later on in ._ _- I i Fernandez--"Arch, define mlnistratrl. of the K.tate of ti (. ",\" "..INHTHI'CTION/ lfl-27 it .\.1 I ililffl. 14.a'r.taryv.l'l'se'sepvSe.serlu.s
IT* play school students. When visit discredit." I Klnlaw t-eand. to natlafy. *aldludiremtnt 10-27 &, A J (Irlffla, rle.-r.tary.mirrtt .
things! II I peeped in at the, The one ring circus wa I all feen and e....,*. : :
ee (junior girla thought they he; evening should I ing the one-horse town In the hills. Arch--"I need die credit to A. O A N tR sr. $' ''-'rift nl Hrad 'K Fty the power vented In It the
Roosevelt Ballroom who I Isee I I I ford County. Florida 11-10 I :",t !12.8 TO WHOM FT MAY CO. Mnard of Public Inntruct, ofI'ritdfufd
Pclaoned> the other day in alI I to Buddy Rogers Jazz I Ibut The folks recognized all the instruments pas. __ J I Master and Clayton, ralne..vlll*, Notice I IH hereby ..Iv.." to all county." C'br Ida. her'hr
1I1 class- dancing of the band except the I Fla < red I torn and rlalmanta of andlantnut <'it Its nn "|1..< "I"", to h.. held onTuendiiy.
' -awful tasting cough Juanita and Simeon, Grace I, struck '! th- .-.i/ite of r> r Klnlnw :>;""....b..r 2,H, l UU at
eb. gIrls f I Everett and Carlton I trombone. One old settler watched Emmett"The arrow my I IJuanlta"Dld DO'NOT SUFFE'KIf I'-'earned that! you are. to file. your Illll lleddlxh Htnre at lfllr.rnnn
..tory IV and are and Clifford and the player for quite some time, head and went on Into space .nlalm or rlalm. with lion fJ 1 Kr.7rf.rII In Mi.--laI Tax Hchnol 1 nintrlct: NnIB.
Bookkeeping Strtngfellow I of .fiatlge In' and llradford County. Florida. forth
and Betty 1 1Mae. they have a hard' you suffer the agonies County
tliUIIlng headaches. "| I then said. "There I Is a trick to It. : (Vmnty, Florida, on purpo of electlnjr three trua
.t .- K out ?" | acid Indigestion. you had better laht montha from the teen ami thIng I the mlllac; for the
f '11''.,,, likes Fords Hm marvelous He ain't really swallowing It. Job pulling ir before :
1" They musta had a I Itime. I start taking BI.ma-Rex at once. dMa of firm publication of thIs .niulnir two year For the pu.pn. .-
do't, I saW Mrs. !, -.- notice. call rlalm holnar duly sworn .* of hold In.., said election the
.< Ph N'wasn.t ucessful By de way tofenk. Politician-"Now. ladle and Mother- "No Joe you can't have I This 4 action antacid powder tD, or laid rlalm will b* tarred, hyXtatut followIng are named a. manatcem,
very /anderviere and Miss Stump : will hit starts relief In 3 minutes. You of Limitation also to pay n.t"renn Harnaa, Illll R..U.h.
Sum in Engllah CUs Oh. If every gentlemen I want to tax your the hammer. you YOW'lfInger. d"bta owing *tie estate to the un- Illll Nettle., and Lror Norman
,eek..Ie for dinner. I memories." I ." can get a bottle of SO doses for d.retgn.d l l ThIs >7th day of
. vreek-end could be so perfect! I Audience "Good gracious! Has Joe M. "Oh no mother. Margaret -j SOo at the Rcxall Drug Store- I'll. UOU1K MORROW FIIHMO INSTRUCTIOM.rotTNTT HOARD> OF
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fOlders' at the Bradford J I As ever J It come to that?" I.. going to bold the nail. Carpenter Drug Store In SUrk. 1-27 4t 11 .IT AdmlnUtratrlx. 10-17 It A. J Urlffl.*. 8crtary.Bradford '.
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rAGE Fot."n ,...../- R.\PFORD COUNTY TEI.trRAP!:: STARKE, FLORIDA __ FRIDAY, NOVE.1fnFnii : ... ._
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Fugate. Miss Abbie Harley, i burning pink candles was further LA JVTEY daughter Miss

SOCIETY and CLUBS Misses Hope and Georgia Haynes, I enhanced with the inscription By Wlmam (Bill) I'urruner visiting friends Helen in lone_. \

Mls8: Lucille Kennedy, Misses Ruth' "Judy Green." Pink coral vine Sunday afternoon. Isckson

-- and Lillian Sternberg, Mis e winding<< around the cake com- Dhwount on Taxes Mr' and Mrs.

:Miss Katie Fugate Honored Sharon Hall Honored Mrs.:\ :: C. A. Knight Compliments Frances Peek, Miss Evelyn Stump, pleted the table decorations. O. J. Phllllps, city clerk, announces Jacksonville were Joe Shut"r
I :Miss Martlle Hemingway, Miss Refreshments of individual] cups and relatives VIsitIng fr!.
:Miss Katie Fugate that the following dis- here
Mrs. Kidd With Birthday Supper this
Wednesday
By Myrtice Kllllngswortb, Miss Har- : of Ice cream and cake were served C. R. Week.
count will be offered to those who Whitehead
A delightful affair of Wednes- Little Miss Sharon Hall, daughter Tuesday at Bridge Party net Bishop, Miss Lorraine Smith, : by MI'8. Green, assisted by Mrs. Miner Were and W
wish to their 1939 taxes during visitors
day night was the bridge party of Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Hall of Complimenting Miss Katie Fu- and Mrs. R. G. Kldd. P. M. Barefoot, Sara Barefoot pay vllle Sunday 111 Jack
the of time shown
given by Mrs. R. G. Kidd In her this city, was the honoree at a gate, whose marriage to James Barbara Keene and MurrleJ Hal). November period 4 : Mrs. H. B.evening,
percent. DecemberS ArwoOd
home on North Walnut Street supper given by her parents at Richard Wainwright will be an Judy Green Honored Fancy green crepe paper cups, 2 friends at an all ellterta

honoring Miss Katie Fugate, pop- their home on East 10th Street event of Nov. 24, Mrs. C. A. holding tiny candies were the percent. January percent. Feb party Tuesday. day qUI!

ular bride-elect of the month. Tuesday night In celebration of Knight was hostess at a lovely On Birthday Anniversary favors. ruary 1 percent. Miss Oleta

Four tables were placed at intervals her tenth birthday anniversary. bridge party at her home on West Little Miss Judy Green, attrac- Those present to enjoy the after- For further Information inquire villa spent the Smith ot .Jack

In the living room and Immediately after arriving the Call Street, Tuesday evening.A tive daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L. noon with Judy were: George and at the clerk's office. with her parents weekend

reception haJJ, which were deco- guests were entertained with profusion of radiance roses J. Green was honoree at a family Levy Canova, Norma Canova, City J.Il'etJon C. Smith Mr ,IDrl Din, .

rated for the occasion with an games, sang songs, played con- and chrysanthemums, attractively party given by her mother Tuesday Richard Kldd, John Mack New- Mayor A. H. Harley has set the I The cafeteria .

abundance ot shaggy yellow tests and were then invited Into arranged In bowls and vases afternoon at their home on I some, Edward Priest, T. K. Mc- I date of the city election for the the Lawtey, Jr.Was th. Scans

chrysanthemums and pink roses the dining room to partake of a adorned the entire lower floor North Walnut Street, In celebra- Clane, III, Grace Thigpen Sylvia first Tuesday In December or 9th grade class, HIgh Scb

attractively arranged In baskets delicious barbecue supper, with where the guests were entertain tion of Judy's fourth birthday Alvarez, Phoebe and Harry Green, December 5, 1939. Those seeking night. party Frl

and vases. Ice cream cake and home-made d. anniversary. Mary Sue Epperson, Jimmy War- election and the office they seek Fifty more feet

The guests began playing bridge candy made by the young honoree At the conclusion of the progres- Quantities of pink chrysanthemums Ten, Jimmy Green, Pauline Gay are as follows: John S. Shuford to the original have been ad

at eight o'clock using tallies of for dessert. Hot chocolate was sions high score was awarded to and coral vine were at- Joan Silcox, Bobble Wiggins Joan and C. R. Whitehead, city marshal Ing platform length of the I,

bridal design.At served. The guests sat at tables Miss Ruth Sternberg. The bingo tractively arranged throughout Smith Nickle Grltfls, Dorothy ]: Henry T. Godwin, F. R. Carridine -.Watch our

the conclusion of the pro- decorated to carry out the prize was won by Miss Fugate. the home In decorating for this Ann Johns, Carolyn Edwards, ) and Marion Reddish, city platform grep..ti '

greaslons high prize, a box of Thanksgiving motif. The table The honoree was also presented lovely affair. Barbara Keen, Tommy Harding, councilmen (two to be elected)

Early American Spice dusting I covers were of Thanksgiving de- two of the oyster cocktails to her Judy and her little friends Were Marion Harrington, and Patsy and A. H. Harley and O. J. PhU-

powder, was awarded to Mrs. E. sign, as were the plates and the selected pattern of crystal ware entertained out on the lawn until Ruth Hall. lips are un-opposed for the office ., .

R. Strutb. The bingo prize, a favors of little baskets ot candy. as a rememberance of this lovely, five o'clock at which time they of mayor and city clerk respect.ively -

linen handkerchief was received The tables were centered with party. were Invited Into the dining room '

by Miss Virginia Fugate Miss vases ot roses and chrysanthemums Mrs. Knight, assisted by Miss for refreshments. The center of Recipes The Rev. Mr. Enfield was a :' 1

Fugate was the recipient ot a and potted plants were Loral Bennett served the guests attraction tn the dining room was business visitor In Jacksonville

lovely pair ot hand embroidered placed pleasingly about the room, a delicious dessert course. the beautifully decorated birthday : Tuesday. 1taia

pillow cases, which were pre- addIng to-its attractiveness. Those invited to be with Miss cake, resting on the lace covered GItOOl\I'S CAKE I Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Roberts 1'
G. Kldd
sented to her by Mrs. R. Following the supper, Sharon Fugate and the hostess were: tabl The cake, Iced In pink and were relatives In
Two weeks Mrs. Bertha visiting Jacksonville -
as a memento of the occasion. opened the many lovely gifts she Miss Kitty Hogged Miss VirginiaCarolyn green, and topped with four ago I .
Pearce sent her delicious Sunday.R. 'jjltrrts
Mrs. Eldridge Smith, a recent received and thanked heir .frlends. us I ? \
with recipe for "Bride's Cake" al- A. Griffis and W. n. Miner e
a
also
bride, was presented The party then attended the pic- eye
lovely gift, a Mexican guest towel. ture show, "Hollywood Cavalcade Callstreet though we neglected to say so in were business visitors In Gainesville +p
the heading. This week Mrs. Friday afternoon.
The hostess assisted by her ," at the local theatre.
Pearce to present both sides of Miss Marie Thede spent the
mother Mrs. P. E. Canova, serv- Those invited to enjoy the -
ed a delicious refreshment course the case, se'ilt us her recipe for week-end" in Jacksonville with
evening with Sharon were Betty Sees All, Hears All, PT ints All "Groom's Cake." friends.
consisting ot sandwiches, cake Wade, Rebecca Simpson Frankie

and coffee to her guests. Morgan Gamlta Hutto, Marion Big news of the week, of They liked the town so well 1 cup butter. Mr and Mrs. M. B. Jones and

Those Invited to be with Miss was the Ga.-Fla. In they stuck around for the 1 2-3 cups brown sugar,
Williams, Luclle Alvarez, Jo Ann course, game Jaycee ....., ---.. --., --
Fugate and Mra. Kld1 were: Miss Dinkins, and Annie Lou Hl11bouse. Jax Saturday My spies re- convention and dance Saturday 1-2 cup molasses take 50 ma

Virginia Fugate, Miss Kit t Y port the stadium literally sagging night They report Owen Griffin 6 eggs. FLORIDA THEATREOAINESVILLEFLA. marvelous things

Hogsed, Misses Hope and Georgia Book Club To Meet under the weight of ardent fans ex-Jocallte, has made good In 1 1-4 cups flour 7p granted now.a-da

Haynes, Miss Lucille Kennedy, from Starke and the State Farm the ancient city Knows everybody 2 teaspoons cinnamon. Program for the week beginning The airplane lori

Misses Ruth and Lillian Stem- The regular meeting of the Dot and S. R. Johns J. P. and what's more Important 2 teaspoons allspice. November 17, 1989

berg Miss Evelyn Stump, Miss Book Club, a department of the and Louise Warren, Jack and -everybody knows him! 1 teaspoon nutmeg. a ample the aurora

Abbie Harley Miss Mina Man- Woman's Club, will be held Tuesday Rosalind Williams, Kap and Mar- Have joined the Red I 1-2 teaspoon mace. LAST TIMm'l! TODAY bile-and electric Ie

88a, Mrs. S. R. Johns, Jr., Mrs. night at 7:30: at the home ot garet Duncan Herbert and Evelyn Cross? .you. Local workers are 6 tablespoons cocoa. Deanna Durbin vice.Think how II
Jack Williams, Mrs. N. D. Wainwright Mr. and Mrs. K. G. Duncan. I 1-2 teaspoon rind
Ritch, Gene and Hazel Matthews trying their level best to see orange "FIRSTnLOVE"Saturday magic of cleclrici
Jr.. Mrs. Eldridge Smith, Miss Gertrude HeeriDg of Green 1-2 teaspoon lemon rind.
T. K. McClane Merrill McMman.Arttord everyone this week, but In case has been made stir
Mrs. E. R. Struth, Mrs. J. C. Cove Springs will review "Adven- and Doshla Brown Mul- 2 packages mince meat. Only

Gamer, Mrs. H. C. Brown, Mrs. tures of America;' a pictorial let and Martha Smith Merrill they hand miss you and you want to 1-2 lb. ((1 3-4 cups) currants. Double Feature Program Iy dependable-ho
join, dollar to Frank
Edwin Torode, and Mrs. Eugene record from Harper's Weekly by Struth, Essie Coleman, Arlene Landrum Fred your 1 cup raisins. Kent Taylor rates hne becomt
Stump or Howell
L. Matthews.Mrs. I John A. Kouwenhoven."I 1-2 lb. ((1 1.2 ) citron. tn cheaper and che
Mann, Kitty Hogsed the S. P. Nasworthy Help them raise cups "SUED FOR LIBEL" p
J. F. Colley, Mrs. N. D. Lost My English Accent, Vandlvleres and Pitner Evelyn 1-2 cup flour. while the quality
the quota More members -81J1o-!
C. V. R. will also
Wainwright, Sr., and Mrs. D. T. by Thompson Stump, E. S. Matthews, Grace mean more money Remember 1-2 cup grape juice. Richard Arlen And Devine service rendered h
be reviewed at this time. .
Clark were Invited in for retresh- 1-4 teaspoon salt
Green Juanita Barefoot Lea the Hampton tire! The Red in become
;-. better i
All those who Interested in ;;
are "LJ.GION OF LOST .
ments. 1-8 teaspoon soda. FLIERS" ..
Green Green Clifford ...
Carolyn -
Cross did a noble job there .
.
literature to at- .
good are urged 2 I every way
-- tablespoons boiling water
Hazen Carlton Chaataln, Everett
A number ot local chairmen, C
L, A. Canova home Scene tend. McKinney. Inman Green, Betty workers, etc., enjoyed a shrimp Cream butter and sugar. Stir Robert TaylorGreer lIPuoJII OF dspune Carson It didn't "just happen" Th

of S. S. Class Party 'Green Edith Rowe, Hope Haynes, supper at a Call St., cafe last In molasses, then egg yolks which Lew Ayres trained men and women of Ih
Baptist Circles To Meet Ree Thede the have been beaten light. Sift to- In Sunshine
Margaret Pearce, Service
week (dutch treat) Mrs. organlUlio
The home ot Mr. and Mrs. L. I "
The business and program meet- I. B. Codys, Sam Alvarez Robert gather dry ingredients and add 1t1MElIBEIt"AlsoRobert
A. Canova was the scene last Wise,, field advisor figured that al i are on the job night and day
Ing of the Baptist W. M. S. will 'Green, Betty Stringfellow and Mac the orange and lemon rind Break Benchley In "110\\
Thursday night of a lovely party be held Monday afternoon at three Toffalet, Al Rogers and from the committee meeting would be more I mince meat Into small pieces, add TO EAT" bring you better senlcen great
successful with eats She
given by the Young Matron's Sun- o'clock at the church. Mrs. L. G. State Farm: Morgan and Harriet was I to other fruit, then dredge all benefits and lower costs
right Tip to chairmen of
day School Class of the Baptist Tuesday Only
Powell, leader of Circle No. 1 will with the 1-2 flour. Combine
Richards the Bob Kites the Joe cup
this, that, and the other The
: Walter
teacher Abel
Church. Mrs. Canova, way Margo vase
have charge ot the program. Wallaces the W. E. Murphrees I dry IngredIents, fruits, and grape
and the members had their hus- to cooperation Is through the In Swulriria $44o.ew
anti the Jim Godwlns Whew! juice, with creamed mixture. Fold "l\IIRACL.
stomach OX :\I.\JN STltEET"
bandit as Invited guests at the sandwiches, olives, cookies stuffed I
What's got me wondering Is In stiffly beaten eggs to which +
delightful aftalr.Attractive dales, and hot chocolate, were Our National Guarders (not I
where the OTHER people sat. salt has been added. Add soda, Wednesday Only
arrangements of served. garters) leave Sunday for seven dissolved in the water. Pour ON THE STAGE
Course aU this Is Just heresay Into J. G.
chrysanthemums and roses were Those present with Mr and days in the wilds of Clay County Spencer
with me I'm like the "Jlttle a deep tube pan and bake In a (Matinee and night) ,
used In decorating the living room Mrs. Canova were: Mrs. W. J. The town won.t be the same slow
man upon the stall' You oven ((250 degrees) four j "I'LEASURES OF I'ARIS"
and music room where the guests Epperson, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Hu- for 11 week, but we girls will have hours. Gainesville's ManagerFLOWERS
know, the little man who WASN'TTHERE largest Road Show-
gathered. bert Priest, Miss Wilma Alexander to learn to like the quiet life 30 entertainers.
A $2.00
The social committee, composed Miss Clyde Nelle Thomas Makes It with stage
tough a new moon
of Mrs. W J. Epperson Jr.. Mrs. Congressman and Mrs. R. A. By the way did anyone go to corning on, though Here's SPICE: StG.\Jt NUTS revue at popular prices-Also on @ ill g, d W W@rn
the
something that Is screen
Hubert Priest, and Miss Wilma Green, Dr. and Mrs. L. H. Jen- Jasper Thursday night of last New York especi-
must agree with ally nice to serve at parties. Mrs.R. "BLOND": RINGS UP BABY"Thurs.
week? Haven't been
Alexander, had charge of the ar- nings. MI's. S. p Vandlviere, Mrs.T. very Mrs L. Torruella She never I G. Kldd contributed this

rangements for the evening.A K. McClane, Jr.. Mr and Mrs. successful in gaining any first looked better, this charming I for spice sugar nuts and from recipe all .. Fri., Nov. 23, 24
number ot games directed by W. n. Mundy, Jr.. Mr. and Mrs hand Information about the game Basil Rathbone Boris Karloff-
Spanish lady, than on her visit the M
reports we've had @
1 haven.t talked to the ,! they are
Spec'
Mrs.
Epperson were enjoyed after One Wiggins, and Mrs. Earl Nan
here this week She will ap- simply delicious. The next time Grey
which tempting refreshments of SearIng.INSURANCE. right people P'raps the play- I
pear with the girls in one ot a entertain .
erR- could tell me some of the __h'__ _. __uL_ ___ 'd__ you : just try this recipe "TOWER OF LONDON" .. ..... .., '
rC11Ctl UL movies nave .1 -' -
wey Slgneu ; cup DOlllng water
i
highlights
..
,
to make In the Spanish language 2 cups sugar. i -- -

Who said custard pie comedy New York Is wonderful, but 1 teaspoon cinnamon. 1---,,_,.,
out ? Well -----Q---- ----
passed years ago Starke -
Is still "home, Mrs. Tor- 1 teaspoon vinegar or cream of
the audience seeing "HollywoodCalvacade" ruella aays The girls in spite tartar

here Sunday and Monday of their success (they've been 1 teaspoon vanilla. I

didn't sound as If they were with N. n. C. for 12 years) won't 3 cups of whole nut meats. AU orders filled with CllrE'ful ton ldera-

laughing because ple-In-the-face hear to letting her sell their place Bring one cup of water to I tlon for the requirement of the indl Idual.

t d R'; wall They funny were fifteen laughing years because ago it's. here They expect to come I rapidly balling stage and add the Special attention given to promptness! end

back some day. sugar. Stir in well and add one I economy.
still did notice
But
funny you What I
a mob at the courthouse, teaspoon cinnamon and one tea-
HAROLD C. WALL AGENCY the boner they let Alice Faye get
I Wednesday night when negro spoon vinegar or cream of tartar. d Mrs. L. G. Powell
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away with? Using an old-
schools of
the county presented Cook until it reaches the brittle
Please Phone 146 fashioned telephone she put the their annual program of enter- stage (when It forms a hard ball, Phone 128-.1

receiver to her ear and then rang tainment I -
Every seat taken when tested In cold water). Remove -
It Alice ever spent a day or
I All
standing room crowded from fire and add on tea-
so tn Starke she'd know have ....... piae
you And a number of spectators, spoon vanilla and 3 cups of whole' ;
to before lift the
ring you receiver Including Mrs. R. S. Fernandez, nut meats. Stir until sugared; i ee
off the hook!
perched percarlously on top of theJudge's separate Immediately and place
J. 11.1. Alvarez down town look-
desk "Short'nlngBread. on waxed paper.
Ing good as new after his recent ,
as the
sung by cute little -
illness Says the hospital In darkies from Hampton came IJOOTSEY'S BEACH

w St. Augustine Is an Ideal place to well nigh stopping the show 113' :bliss Efne Crawford
spend a vacation Little Griffis
Supt. announced that next -
22 Single Hemlngton Hines Marlon Brown with her In
arm a
$5.9: the Mr.
year program will be held In and Mrs. Lester Morgan
22 Short Jlemlngton Cartridges, box 20c sling Wonder what happened? Bradford Park so that the crowd and family of HelJbronn

22 Long Hemington Cartridges box 25c Little girls shouldn.t climb can be accommodated ( visiting Mr. and Mrs. Joe Holms were
22 Long JUne Hemington trees, Marion Or was that It? Clever I
Cartridges box 3c; Idea of the Rotarians fl Sunday atternoon.

12 Ga., 3-1118-8 Shur Shot Shells, box .h S5e Each week the members A large crowd from this section -

16 Ga, box __ _____________ ROc Funny how so many of our who've just had a birthday are I attended church at Ever- 1r

20 Ca.; box __ _____ ____ __ SOc to young-men-about-tow be picked for jury n duty happened at the: presented with some little "ap green over the weekend I
I
propriate" gift Last week I'm Miss Alma Johns of
Remington Pocket : Jacksonville
I\nh'es. -------- -- 25c to $1.2J; Fall term of court A tour
Remington Butcher Knives: __ ____ -___ 25c to $1.00 around the court room early this I told Freeman Register received a I spent Saturday night here with
shiny red automobile, while Wed- Miss Ettie Crawford.G. .
Kelly Handle Axes 3 to..1& pounds, each __ __ $2.2: week revealed James Richard nesday Frank Robinson got a lit i I B. Johns and son Jack

Dog Collars __.___. ___ -._ __ _- __ 75c 'Valnwrlght, Al Manassa, Ressle tie tin soldier, symbolical of the I turned to their home here satur-re-

Came and Turkey Roasters _ __ $1.25 to $2.00 Colson, John Godwin, Bill Gra- Boy;> Scouts (his pet hobby) I day after spending the past week,
ham, and Ed Torode AU .1
50 lb. Lard Beet!!' of all, however, was the i in Tampa visiting friends and
Cans each .JOc waiting to do their duty for the
/ 1"0. 10 Syrup Can each 101c,1t State J'm package unwrapped by W. P. relatives. I
beginning to wonder! Smith It contained a pack- Raymond Dicks ot Worthington I i

/ No. 5 Syrup Cans each __ 7c If they pick jurors for their looks age of Beechnut chewing tobacco I Springs spent part of last week

j Less than full packages add and an empty coffee can here at the home ot Mr and Mrs. I
This Is
10 party week for Katie Just switched the radio on and R. N. Crawford.
percent on cans Fugate The thrill that I
comes what do you think came out? Mr. and Mrs ,
4. 1'0. 10 and No. 12 :Meat Choppers once In a lifetime! Bridge ""'ho in heck's got the vinegar, and family of Jacksonville Phillip Sullivan

Enterprise Make, each r party Tuesday night Another vinegar bottle-" 0 Over and I the weekend here with his moth-spent I I

$-1.15 party Wednesday night Des- over A tune reminding me er, Mrs. Jean Gaskins. i, Experienced poultry the animal proteins,

Stove Bert-bridge tonight A tea vu' much ot Flat Foot FloogieWnnd.r I Luther Chism and A. raisers have found that minf'ralIe
pipe and Elbows at J. the cereal and
I reduced Saturday, and a big shower early 0 ____u _It_ _it'_ _. _u mum__.. .n.._.._...._- -tnI'd--- "n' ''PA. .-.._._..,._."_'_..._. __'_h_ Craw-I .. _,._.__ .. ..
price when I Visnors to 10
purchased next week Must be wunnertul ber" ru find out soon cause Jacksonville I ye 't"ed Tuxedo elements, IndudlnlrEggmash

1, I with other goods to be a bride Remind me to I It's one of those things just made. I Charney Yarbrough Friday. and Dalvey In either manganese, their lay'
Regular Price try It sometime .
on I for a jock organ And speak- Fowler of Brooker were mash or pellet form en nee.l. Come in, let
visiting
Stove Pipe __ 20c Plans under way for n. n. S. Ing of tunes, "Scatterbrain" willeert'nly at the home of Mr and They have found
Mrs. get
Elbows ____ 25c Homecoming December 8. scatter what little 1 have I N. Crawford Sunday afternoon.R. they us explain wIlY you
The Seniors expect alumni (get more eggs at lower value
every
left If It doesn't stop running Prayer meeting ot the greater feeding

f to do his duty by being present through my head It's one ot:I Baptist church was held lIelJbronn at net cost, because Tuxand increased profil'
I'm the
/zt Bradford notice so giving they'U the have ole grads plenty early of keep those swingy going over, thingles and over that, just and i I Tuesday home of Mr.night.and Mrs. G. B. Johns I edo Eggmash contains with Tuxedo EDgna'h.

time to get into the spirit running on and on Klnda like I Mr. and Mrs Lee Johns
Hardware Hazel and Gene I of LlveI S. R.
Co. Ruth Sternberg Matthews attended and the thIs chatter But I'll sign off I oak were visiting his parents, Mr JOHNS 8 SONS

'.w lOW and give you a rest till next and Mrs. G. B. Johns of thls

/ J. B. Carlisle, Owner In State St.Press Augustine aaoclatlon last hlghjinks week-end week .1S0 long I tion Sunday afternoon. He was sec- Near S. A. L. Depot Starke, Fla

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r.BITS of LOCAL NEWS : Tinman Hutto left Wednesday .-SCHOOL BOARD patrolman for Lwwtey school for this section unil Mr. and Mrs. '
'for Miami where he will be employed : this term. Kldon Sapp of Hellbronn spent .

-- --- iI i; MINUTESA It was moved by W. E. Middleton Wednesday and Thursday! of last '

I and seconded by J. H. Mooreto week In Cedar Key.
prevatt of Lawtey D. G. Middleton of Atkinson. Mrs. D. P. Carpenter and Mrs.A. communication from State
M Mrs. Jeannette D. Kincald has : make the following repairs" at Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Kelly and
It
starke Thur- Ga., was the guest Saturday and Z. Adkins went to Baconton, WI'A headquarters in Jacksonville
an returned from Tampa where she New River School. children Kathryn and Robert
tiitar
I Sunday of Dr. and Mrs. W. E. Ga., Wednesday to visit Mrs. Carpenter's I Indicating that the Federal
Middleton.W. spent several days with her parents will be ready to start Build two toilets at $30.00( each Lloyd were recent guests of !Mr\
mother, Mrs. W. T. Jack agency
-- Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Durden. Total 6000. Build table and and Mrs, A. L. Driggers of Lake
son. work on the proposed new school
; B Sewell Is spending benches and! windows at Butler.
repair approximate -
I' building at Graham by Novem-
with relay T. Weeks of Tampa was the _
wne IP Eustis guest Sunday of his brotherinlaw Mrs. L. D. Vining has returnedto Leslie Biggs. Frank Frazier and ber 19, was read at the meetingof cost of $10.00. Total Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Kelly and
Andy Wilson all students of the the Bradford County Board of cost 7000. son. Henry, and Buck Woods '"
and Mr. and her
sister Mrs. home after
--- Junius M. Smith. spending several University of Georgia in Athens I'Public Instruction. held here last I J. T. Klrkmnfl agreed to do the spent Sunday in Macclenny with
attended days in Dublin, Ga., with her
y. Knight spent the week-end here as guestsof wetk. above repairs for this amount. relatives
)
parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. L.
U Green Cove Springs Sat- Mr. and Joiner. Mrs. E. L. Biggs. While here : The two-room frame construction -' The board decided to discontinue Mrs. Frank Norman. Mrs. Tate
Mrs. Milton Brownleeand
the University men attended the building will cost $7,216, of route of Lewis Mobley due Crosby ant Russell Norman were
., baby Catherine, of Gaines-
--' Georgia-Florida football game In share to decreased number of pupils being business visitors to Jacksonville
which the WPA's Is $5,713
-: Rennolds and Mrs.fjjjudu vUle were week-end guests of Mr. Mrs. Mae Jones of Jacksonvillespent Jacksonville Saturday afternoon.The .
I
A transported.! Monday.
and the sponsor's shore Is $1,503.It
spent Tuesday In and Mrs. J. M. Brownlee. Wednesday here as the
:<< of her brother-in-law will be constructed on the site There was a request from Mr. and Mrs. Marcus Conner
'lIe. guest and Rev. G. Cutshaw, of i of the oM Graham school building Brooker to repair fence and cattle were visiting Mr. and Mrs Frazier
Miss Ruth Rowe spent Thurs- sister, Dr. and Mrs. W. E. Mid- I
Greenville, Tenn., is a guest at which burned some time ago. I gap. Hue to financial conditionof Shaw of the State Farm Sunday
Haynes spent Frtd day in Jacksonville as the guestof dleton. '
the home of Mr. and Mrs. F. A. The letter was read for the this district the board deferred Those visiting In Jacksonvillelast
her brother and
Jacksonville sister-in-hlw,
K Saturday In Scott. Rev. Mr. Cutshaw i Is action until next meeting.The .
from Graham Mr.
| Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Rowe. benefit of a delegation; Saturday were and Mrs. :
!r\dId'\ Friends here of Mr. and Mrs. pleasantly remembered here as he which appeared before the board rescinded Its former C. C. Crosby and daughter MUaArwula '

Niles Ray, of New York City, are was at one time pastor of the' Board. action with reference to repairingof Mrs. Beulah Kelly, Mrs.
:;;iii;; Boy. suits BtPL reason'fit' Comptroller J. M. Lee and pleased to hear that they have Baptist church at Lawtey and The board accepted quotationfrom desks at Bradford High School I A. S. Crosby and Mr. and Mrs I.
George C. White, of Tallahassee,
.
at Alv/U'e'Z" announced the birth of a son on lived here in one of Mrs. Hull's of In which they required Eddy Hartman II. Kelly and son Henry.
James for
were here for a short time Wed- Mayes wiring
November 11.
to for electricity used In
TP. Vandlvlere of Ameri- nesday, enroute to Miami. apartments. Vanderbilt School as follows; pay desks. unanimously Hubert Kelly and Randolph
!sanding They
I "It it. agreeable with we the Crosby of Plant City spent the
week-end here
the Mrs. A. F. Sauls returned home
to him in full for
L aspent Mr. and Mrs. T. K. McClane. Mrs. D. P. Carpenter and Mrs.A. undersigned trustees of Vander- agreed pay weekend here with relatives
Monday after three
familyad spending this bill as soon as funds were
Sr.. of Gainesville are guests of weeks In Miami with Mr. Sauls, Z. Adkins left Wednesday for bilt School, for James Mayes to available Mr. and Mrs. Mills. Kelly and .'
Albany, Ga.. where Mrs. Carpenter wire the school house. He will
their and children of Lake Butler
H. Jennings son daughter-In-law. were
| Mrs. L. who Is stationed there by his The board instructed the Superintendent -
Ltlng. friends in Jackson- Mr. and Mrs. T. K. McClane, Jr. employers, the S. A. L. Railroad. was to be the guest speaker at put three drops in each room to notify gasoline dealers visiting Mr. and Mrs. John Kelly
the Albany Woman's Club meetIng with 16 Inch reflectors and recently -::
day afternoon. Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. switches the walls for I furnishing gasoline to county
$30.00. A
Your friends can buy anythingyou Mr. and Mrs. Jessup Taylor of: on owned units to check mileage of, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Oliverof

.aDd Mrs. A. A Durden can give them except your Norwalk, Conn., were guests of Carpenter, state chairman of Signed; O. R. Alvarez, the bus the first and last of each'', Jacksonville and Mr. and Mrs. /

gmday in Deland with Mr. PHOTOGRAPH. See Hoover Bros. Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Clark Thurs Character Education was asked Enoch Kelley, month.A J. N. Oliver of Tampa were visit {

!In H A. Durden. 1 1I Studio for Christmas Photo. day night of last week en routeto to acter talk Education.on the subject" of "Char L. 1. Renfroe"The delegation from Vanderbilt ing Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Crosby t
I
H their Winter home in Bradenton. board agreed to let Mr.\ stated that they voted for 3 mills i Saturday.

'8.:E: Brownie and Mr. : Mrs. went to Jack- Mayes wire said building on con- tax In their district the last school I _. ._

!yn J. M. Brownlee spent sonville the first of the week and Local National Guards men dition that he guarantee work to I year and were assessed with 10 CAR (n' THANKSWe
'
lay in Jacksonville. visited her son-in-law and daughter Friends of R. F. Theis will regret leave by truck Sunday morning meet all specifications and Inspections mills. The minutes of the board wish to sincerely thank all t

Dr. and Mrs. B. S. Carrol. to learn that he Is confined for the Keystone Heights area I necessary. show that by the election returnsa of those who so kindly assisted t I

pictures becoming to you to St. Vincent's Hospital in Jack where they will Join other units A. O. Jenkins and delegationfrom ten mills tax levy carried ind us following the recent burning rt (',

| *uhl,
If Bros. Studio. will be glad to learn that he Is performed Wednesday morn winter field training. They will additional material for construction until next meeting. thank Mrs.. E. J. Dowling and

..-- much improved and up and about Ing. bivouac around Brooklyn Lake in of school building in this com- Widow's applications of the Mrs. Carl Knight for their efforts n p pin 'H

\\t Hutto of Plant City was after a serious illness that con- approximately the same positions munity. On motion of W. E. following were approved Virginia our behalf. .1)')

Uk-end guest of his parents, fined him to his home last week. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Retch, of occupied during the regular en Middleton seconded by J. II. Sandel, Maggie/ Norman LoU Denmark Mr. and Mrs. Corley Johns :

and MrS L. S. Hutto. Jacksonville, left Monday for campment this summer. Moore the board ordered thirty llnnle Mott Jean Ga klnll. and family :e1IIIIIHnhIIIIIIIIInAUIIIIIIfIItunntIIIlIIIMnfInnIe11AWI.mnu ,

Mrs. A. F. Sauls Mrs. A. H. their home in the after _._ -.- -- ,
city n nails ,
feet each and to
The training period will last pillars ((2 ) "' !' "' '''' ''llItI''i IAKLKCTUIO 'j
R.I D. T. Clark of Miami IsLest Green, Mrs. Adam Green and visit here with their son-In-law through Saturday, November 25, be delivered to this school at SUNNY BROOK FARM/ : HIKING- .'
Mr. and daughter, Miss Grace Green, and and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. S. R. .k
!\ of her parents and will be observed by apprOXImately lly :airs. Floyd It. (','O"hy lly LJronnml\ KlwtrlclanHKASON.M1LJC: ;
[N. D. Wainwright, Sr. Freddie Wimberly spent Wednes- Johns, Jr. 2,000 men.Sunday's once.W.. E. Middleton stated that he I'lUCKS: ih

day in Jacksonville. had request from Mr. L. O. Jones Mr and Mrs. A. H. Johns of Call or writ "t

and Mrs. D. E. Knight The Woman's Society of Christian for salary increase $10.00 per Slnrke were visiting Mr and Mrs h O. J. PHILLIPS $ i
Times-Union containeda ,.
t:trliay in Jacksonville. Miss Kitty Hogsed spent the Service of the Methodist month. On motion of E. J. Lewis Floyd Crosby MondayMr. Luwtry, Flu. ,
of Richard Suddath
son
week-end in Jacksonville with her church will meet Monday afternoon picture seconded by J. II. Moore and and Mrs. Marcus Conner of ,;-. ,, Ik''I
Z. Suddath I .IIYIIIIyppMI.INIIIIIIIIIH.I'IIIII/II/IXIIIIIIII/IIIIXh,1I1" ''' ''''''''' ''' ''''' '''''1Xp.ii' ''III'"III''4';;i 1 .4 r.
of Mr. and Mrs. Carl ,,
aunt Mrs. K. R. Lane, and while
i Gertrude Hearing of Green at three o'clock, In the unanimously carried It was agreedto ,
[springs was visiting friends there attended the GeorgiaFlorida church. Program and business of Jacksonville Before her mar continue payment of $6.00 per rths i
riage Mrs. Suddath was Miss Carrie
(Tuesday and Wednesday. football game. meeting. month as this Is the amount previously
Solomon and lived here with Notice
paid for this route.
JrU. J. Fitzgerald, of Tampa, \\lntt'r clothing from under Friends of H. C. Wall of Talla her parents. Richard Suddath Is On motion of J. H. Moore seconded 4

s guest of her son-in-law and wear to overcoats AUarei'. hassee will regret to learn that he a Colorado student, and in the has University recently won of by K J. Lewis and unanimously We Have Installed! Complete ( arnlte Equipment; and

:her.: Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Is confined to St. Vincent's Hospital carried the board agreed torequire Handle Any Repair Work To Satisfaction All Work i.JI
the
honors In debating on subjectof
J. W. White returned home
Mrs. In Jacksonville following an all road for I
patrolmen 1
An I Experienced Mechanic.WE !
after ten "Foreign Isms and Ideologies I Is Done by Carl Sapp r I
spending
Wednesday appendectomy performed Tuesday schools to wear cups and badges ( ,
and Do
Welder
In the United States. Young Have A New Electric Arc .
r. and Mrs W. A. Scott, of days In Tallahassee with her son morning. I and place a red flag at Intervals
Mr. and Suddath has also been elected to First Clans Welding At Reasonable, Price ,
do, spent the week-end here and daughter-in-law near school In order for plainer I '
: p p'I
F. Mrs. George C. White. Mr. and Mrs. Morgan Rlcharde the Adelphl, honorary speech I i ,
Jihli parents, Mr. and Mrs. identification. The board agreedto ''I .,
of
of the
University
fraternity
RScott and children and Mrs. Annie furnish badges and flags and

Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Jackson of Rlcharde of the State Farm,, Colorado. Before going West ,' the patrolmen to furnish caps Conway's Service Station and Garage ;r...

lIB .IIle Coleman of Wash- Baconton, Ga., and Mr. and Mrs. were here Sunday visiting at the Suddath attended the University' The board agreed to continue ,1 I I I',

pa, D. C arrived last Thurs- H. Paulin of Pelham. Ga., were home of Mr. and Mrs. S. R. of Florida at Gainesville.. services of Cecil Whitehead as 5 5C5C.25i!. c.r25Z -
and I --- _
of Mr.
to resume her.dutle as sec- guests last week-end 1 Johns Jr.
ry to Congressman R. A. Mrs. D. P. Carpenter and Mr. and ribs Kirkland Dies I s

In his local office. Mrs. T. T. Long. Mr.\ and Mrs. W. L. Wall spent I FRET, DELIVERY I
several days this week In Jacksonville Mrs. J. M Kirkland of Jacksonville

to be with their son, H.. mother of J. L. Kirklandof I
Starke. died at her home early S.R. Johns&Sons PHONE
NAT SEZ: C. Wall of Tallahassee, who was
operated on Tuesday morning for Sunday morning following a long

I wan just a set tin' and a thlnkln appendicitis.D. Illness. Funeral services were

'tot her day as to what us use tot I held Monday afternoon. I

do of a nlght-back in the oldday E. Williams of Tallahassee,, i I 45. .I
head of the Negro Education system .IPIJCNTY
r Outside of setfln1 up with \
:
hRK of the State, was the guest CentaWordI OF I'AItKINOSI'rICF ;
dead or s'ttln' in a little friendly Wednesday night of his brother I : ".

game of casino I can't remember and sister-in-law Mr. and Mrs ":. I ,
u thing. L. Williams. WANTED: TO BUY cows and NEAR: THE' iii A. I. DEPOT "' '
hogs. Market! prices paid on all CASH AND CARRY .PRICES \ (
Nowadays with night: Football, box 241,
HalH for Men and Royce at lower grades. J. D. ODOM
radio, mo\ln' pitchers and Jook prlrvw! nl .\lvare. Starke, Fla. 3-31-lyrp 1 We Take Orders For BANANAS ; (
catchup
to
joints, lots of folks hate ___ I I lOc
With their sleep In the day I WANTED-Man or couple t to 3 Pounds ,x
Friends of A. H. Johns, who farm on shares with small' THANKSGIVING TURKEYS
time. few last week In I
spent a days to'
weekly wage. Small house
St. Vincent's Hospital in Jacksonville I live in. See F. E. Trump at 1 Fancy Blue Rose White ?
will be glad to learn that 1Oc
,
Starke Laundry. Itp I 15c BACON Lb. ;'
he has returned to his home here I RICE, 5 Ibs. ,

and is improving.Mr. I WANTED PECANS Highest t. 'j

wholesale prices paid direct to (
oti&L a Jersey
and Mrs K. G. Duncan are growers. If you have pecans FAT

I ,4 r attending a birthday dinner in for sale, we will pay you dealer I' HENS, Lb. 15C CORN FLAKES @J

Gainesville today given by Mrs.T. prices. Get In touch with us. t tI I

W. Fielding In honor of her Check In full for your deliver-

Look your well-groomed husband. Mr. Fielding is an lea as unloaded at our warehouse 5 Pounds LARD

best in longer-wearing, uncle of Mrs. Duncan. Street,522 Albany North, Georgia.Washington Telephone -I ONIONS 1 0 C Pound 9 e

Mr. and Mrs. Don McCann of 1104.

I, snag-resistant Augusta. Kansas, and Mr.and phone 1104. THAD IIUCK- Fancy YorkAPPLES Macaroni, Spaghetti

Mrs. J. Dorr Smith of Eldorado, ABEE, Albany Georgia 10e 5c
.tuawUa e Kansas have returned to their 10-27 4t -4 Lbs. or Salt, 2 pkga.

homes after a visit here with Mr.
FOR SALE -- Davis Ever-Bright
; by and Mrs.Mrs.McCann Will Blair and Mrs.the parentsof Smith. house paint $2.58 per gallon. Maxwell House Fla. Pork

HOLEPROOF Orders taken now for deliveryas I' COFFEE lb. 25c CHOPS, lb. 15cSUGAR

Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Limbaugh, late as May 15 1940 at this ,
low price. Mike Marucu's t
of Jacksonville are guests at the

Complete your fashion-rightness home of Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Store Starke Fla. 11-10-41

3-thread crepes Brownlee Mr. Limbaugh has FOR SALE CHEAP-Two 1 1.2 5 Pounds 2Jc:
i with these Haltering been seriously ill for sometime, ton Ford Trucks In good con

by Holeproof. Their sheer beauty and his friends are glad to know dition one 35 and one 36 model I
t that he Is now making a good See W. II. OLEO
cash.
enhancethe Must be for
; lovely clearness KITCHEN
I .
recovery Graham at Alvarez' 5 12c
allure of trim, slender ankles : -- I MATCHES, 2 Pkgs. C Pound
Th, IIOIJDAVM/ will soon he I: OWN-2 beautiful 5-acre lots 1

I graceful feminine curves. And they here, and 11M there N no gilt more of rich Combination loll, one at

exceptionally well are acceptable than a good I'llOTO- Tampa, one at Dade City, clear Charmer MixedMEAT Ground
{ wear GKAPH. It will be to your ", I- taxes paid value $500 each; will 11 C
COFFEE 15cFRESH
more snag-resistant because of vantage to hate photo made trade one or both for town or can ,
i
Exciting new colors.In NOW. HOOVKK BROS. STl'DIO. farm property In or close to
a the crepe twist. Starke or will take stock or 1

medium, short and long lengths, Mr. and Mrs. B Haynes and Implement.. Call or address F 5c Toilet Tissue, 3 for tOe
daughter. Martha, of Winter E. Trump. Starke Laundry Itp I COCONUTS
I each perfectly proportioned. c
Haven were the week-end guests
gold brooch,
Mrs. Bertha LOST-Wedding ring
sister,
of Mr. Haynes' with picture of elderly lady. Breakfast Large Head
Mrs. Haynes Sliced
and family
Pearce,
.
Reward 25c: -Mrs. John Uglow 19c lOe
will remain for a several weeks' BACON Pound LETTUCE
$1 ,
while
sister-in-law
S9c stay with her FOR RENT Furnished apart-

i recuperating from a recent Illness. ment In town, modem conven- -'

iences. Very reasonable Ap- TUXEDO Tuxedo Egg F

Oua" Doubly CertlAed b. Good Ho",... Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Hutto, Tlll-. ply Mrs J. W. Morgan or Mor F SCRATCH $ 1. 90 I MASH $2 60
Ba.u.IT Hutto
'- .-_-d k..ana and a..B.on FobrlcS T.rnns man Hutto. Miss Garnlta gan's Store Starke It e a I
and Mrs. A. H. Hall and daughter. E
PAYS TO BUY ATSTERNBERC'f- Sharon, spent Sunday afternoon -i' A CHANCE TO IMPROVE YOUR,, E

In Jacksonville. While there HERD-Truck load Gu.iarat CIMCO TUXEDO q.

they visited the zoo. Accompanying beef type) Brahma bulls, 18 to E $1 .651 Feed $1 80 E
them home were Misses Edna I 22 mo. old, 3-. to 7-8 breeding. SHORTS Dairy _

Hullo and Elizabeth Williams. Come by and look them over,. DNMh k kC

The latter two and Tlllman Hutto Friday, Saturday, Sunday. D Complete Line Fruit Cake Materials! at ICeasonable 'rJff'S .
Stables on Jacksonville -
returned to Jacksonville Sunday i McCord'

uI night. i road. lip I

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FARMERS' SECTION [I NEW QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS LIVE STATE NEWS week-end.visiting relative,, h.-.---"'


; ABOUT SOCIAL SECURITY ACTS :Miss
--- -- ------- -- ----- -- --- -- Eunice !
__ __ ing In :Snow.1\ n, \ ,I.
I II I This is number five in a series before the quarter in which he attained SEEK LOWER RATES MYSTERIOUS SHIPStuartResidents Mr. J.Gainesv111e Saturday

HINTS FOR TILEHOUSEHOLD I| RURAL of 12 sets of questions and answers the age of 21, whichever Orlando-.Hearings will be held of Jupiter, SpringS D. Dobbs, .It. lit Dt
was
J COMMON SENSE. I Ii most frequently asked about year is later and prior to the November 20 by the Interstate I Florida, who have been agog over age and family viMing ,1 A I

social security legislation, by R. quarter In which he attained age Commerce Commission to discussthe the mysterious wreckage which Mr. J. D. SUnday ;lh,,
PUMPKIN PIE i IMSTURE EVKLOPMKNTThe I D. Donalffaon, manager of the 65 or died, whichever quarter occurred question of lower freight tariffs was washed upon their shore, are was Cane, of .Iut'klo

By Isabelle S. Thursby I Agricultural Adjustment I I Florida field office In Jackson- first, and In no case less on fruits and vegetables from still wondering If a German ship end. visiting here ")v,- thr ,

Extension Food Specialist Administration Is playing no mean ville. Set number six will appear than six quarters of coverage.Q I Florida which northern rail lines plunged to Davy Jones' lockeror -

The Thanksgiving season U also part in the remarkable pasture next week.Q : What Is the meaning of I refused to grant late taut month. if it Is just one of those things.A and Mr. and Mrs H L .sd(\\\

the season for pumpkin pie and development work now going on : Beginning January 1, 1940, the term "currently insured" individually I .- --- thick film of oil, a shattered children were VIKitlng

there are few things that can in central and southern Florida. who may receive monthly bene- ? I i NURSE GIVEN >JIO.OOO life boat, and bits of broken driftwood and Mrs. Tatl Alvat..z ?If p.

equal this delicious southern des- Indeed, a great portion of this fits under the Old-Age and Sur- A: The term "currently In-i evidenced a wreck, and the Sunday
sert for its flavor and appeal. work would have been well-nigh vivors Insurance provisions of the sured" means any individual with Miami.-The nurse who "gaveup and words "See-Berufsgenossensbaft" Mrs. R. L. Clemons

There are various and sundry Impossible without the financial amendments to the Social Security respect to whom It appears to the I everything to care for rewardedwith me" on a brass plate in the lifeboat In- Gene, of Starke WI!', sae
of making pumpkin pie, buthere's asHlstance and cooperation the once saved his life was Miss Elizabeth Tv'1'
ways Act? satisfaction of the Social Security dicate that it was a German ship. Harnag, ,
another that is guaranteedto AAA Is giving the cattlemen.In A: Benefits may be payable to Board that he has been paid $10,000 cash and Nelson a home, 83 by But nothing further is known. afternoon.

please counties where thousands of fully insured or currently insured wages In covered employment of Matthew McGaughey -.-- -- .'
The "makin's": 1 1-3 cups of acres are being converted from individuals, their wives at age 65: not leas than $50 for each of at retired Knoxville, Tenn., businessman GUM BRANCHBy Calling Card Sale! too ,ori

stewed and sieved pumpkin; 2-3 sorry, scrubby areas into good dependent children under 18, least six of the twelve calendar who died recently. Miss Elizabeth Never this low toto,._ 1
of a cup of brown sugar, 1 tea- pastures, county agents and cat- widows with dependent children quarters immediately preceding --+ Ilarnage process resembles eneraCi SJ'I

spoon of cinnamon, 1-2 teaspoonof of tlemen readily give the AAA under 18, orphans, and in some the quarter in which he died. PATROLMEN STUDY Mr. and Mrs. Acres Chapman of Many styles to choasgcln

allspice 1-2 1-4 teaspoonful of salt, 2 credit for the Important part it cases to dependent parents. Q: Can the wife of a worker II Bi-adenton,-Twenty-eight mem- Jacksonville spent the week-end Bradford County Tclcgrai).
cloves, teaspoonful has In this development work. Q: What is the meaning of the who is fully insured receive a bers of the newly appointed State with her Mr. and Mrs.
1 1-2 of milk, and 1.2 parents J.
eggs cups As development of permanent term "fully insured" individual? monthly benefit at the same time I Motor Patrol started to school S. Sapp.

cup of cream. pastures is: a major phase of the A: To be fully Insured an individual her husband is receiving a monthly here last week for a course (In HowToleiSeiBronchitis
And here are your directions: deal Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Norman and
agricultural conservation p r o must satisfy either one benefit? how to handle traffic and
Beat slightly. Mix sugar, Dorothea,
daughter were
eggs gram, the AAA provides for bene- of the following requirements: (1) A: Yes, provided she is 65: with motorists. Instructors in- visitingMr.
salt and spices together and add and Mrs. H. M. McRae
Fri-
fit payments of $3 an acre for all He must have had at least 40 years of age or older.Q cluded Maj. H. N. Kirkman, Capt.
Stir In milk and .
them to day afternoon.Mrs.
eggs. land that is worked and plantedto quarters of coverage, in which : How much wll she receive? Mingle and Sheriff Hutches.
cream, taking pains to dissolve B. M.\ McRae and childrenof
grazing crops according to its case he is permanently fully in- A: The wife will receive one- chroBiciInflammatory /
and sugar thoroughly. Then stir Pine Level were visiting J. A.
specifications. Planting of per sured regardless of his future half of any amount the husband CITY OF PETUNIAS cous membranes condition laSS(
lining
in the pumpkin. Harnage and the
family Thursday aft-
manent pastures conserves the record he receives. For example, if the tubes. Creomuls1on ?
Turn the filling into pastry- employment ; or ((2)), Klssimmee,-The idea of mak- goes right?
ernoon.
soli, roots of the grasses holdingIt must have had at least half aa husband receives $20 monthly, the this town the Petunia City of seat of the trouble!! to loosen
lined 9-inch pie plate (preferably ing Misses Hazel and Bernice Craw- laden phlegm increWie
together and thus preventing many quarters of coverage as wife will receive $10 per month, secretion
civic aid
for launched by organi- nature to
glass) Bake in a hot oven Florida, ford of Starke spent Sunday night SOOthe and heal
erosion and harmful leaching. there were calendar quarters making a total of $30 per month month so has tender, inflamed bronchial
about 10 minutes to keep the filling zations a or ago with their uncle and aunt Mr.
Equally important, however U the after the 1938 for the old membranesTellyourdnigg1.st
from soaking the pastry. Then elapsing year orFLORIDA'S couple. taken on actual being as more to
bottle
in the cattle that and Mrs. Felix Sapp. you a of CreomuiBion
Improvement ----------------- have been WIth
reduce the heat and permit the pie than 5,000 plants planted Miss Hazel Sapp of Starke was I understanding that you are to
I will these
graze pastures. rather transplanted, by 110 the way It qulckly allaya
to bake at a moderate temperature CATTLE INDUSTRY or
for about 20 minutes or untila Good grass Is vitally necessaryto local citizens. Buffer from Colds or YOU are to have your eybfCREOMULS10
WHY
knife Inserted in the filling success In the cattle industry. PROGRESS REVEALED BY TOUR .

comes out "clean." Building the It is the cheapest feed the cattle- TO DRILL FOIt OIL, For quick

pastry up around the edge of the man can obtain and. In order to Florida's cattle industry is on disc harrows, choppers, and other Macclenny, Baker county is relief from 666

pan makes a more attractive pie. compete with states where graz- the march. heavy implements, powered by big getting a touch of "11 fever. The cold symptoms

Like It Is, this pie Is a delicious ing is plentiful, Florida livestock From the gently rolling lands of tractors, have been used in High- Swift Creek OH Company is build take 666Lhluhl

dessert, but if you want to makeit raisers must have grass for their Alachua County to the flat spacious lands, Glades, Hendry, Charlotte, ing a derrick for an oil test well Tablets Salve Nose THE: JrtPr

par excellence you might top herds. Some sections of Florida plains of Highlands, Hendry, I and other southern counties to rid south of Olustee. Drilling will be Drops

off the slices with honeysweetened have had good pastures and and other southern counties, cat- land of saw palmetto, sea myrtle done by two western leaders In

whipped cream.A ranges for many years, but there tlemen are working with vim and and other undesirable growth so wildcat drilling who have openedtwo -

note to folks who have sweet are other sections where saw pal- initiative to make their industry that carpet, Napier, Bermuda, and new fields In Texas this year. BUSINESSDIRECTORY ? a, wean

potatoes and papayas, but no metto and sea myrtle prevailedand second to none in the country. Para grass could be planted. ; ,

pumpkins: Try the same recipefor grass was sparse or poor. Representative of federal and Thousands of acres of muck and BEAN DEAL OUTLOOK x

your pies, using the same AAA assistance Is changing this, private financing agencies, the semi-muck lands, once covered by Pahokee-Growers in the Lake
amount of potatoes or papayas in providing a considerable portionof University of Florida College of rank, tough growth of palmettos, f it I1t
Okeechobee farming section re- 1 > d
place of the pumpkin.A the money necessary to clear Agricultural Adjustment Adminis- now have good grass sods. P. E. :
pie made like this will make the land of this almost worthless tration, railways, and other Williams president of the Florida port that the bean deal looked
I better last week than it has at
folks have a tendency to hurry UP growth and plant It to good pas- agencies and concerns got first Cattlemen's Association, exhibiteda IliI The drink Nm
time during the present sea-
with their turkey to get to the ture grasses. hand Information on the remark- large number of sleek Here- any

dessert, Thoroughly aware of the importance able progress that has been made ford-native cross cows on a rich son. Many growers were planting that /f
_of_ u heavy rate, having in _mind___
---. of grass and taking ad- when they recently went on an ex- I carpet grass pasture at hIs Polk on 9' IAf' KS Vl't YILLt.S
NEW< TAGS SOONTallahassee. vantage of AAA cooperation to tensive tour of cattle and rangesIn I County ranch and explained that that December frosts often wipe ; everybodyknows LEADING HOTEL
out, and they have scheduled
Florida's new Improve their lands and herds, the north central and southern they had never had feed other crops
automobile tags are scheduled to Florida cattlemen are providingthe sections of the state. than grass. their plantings accordingly. Eni,- "thU' nod.,., lr.
.
proof twat. b. ..
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go on sale December 1, officials remaining money necessaryfor Persons on the tour saw hun While mowing machines cut }"a* *
announced. Motorists will\ have grazing development and are dreds of sleek, fat cattle and mature Para grass by the ton to CITRUS GOING STRONG 5ct SUMMER lacl*" h] :;

until January 1 to secure their rapidly developing their ranges. i thousands of acres of fine pas be hauled to a new section he Lakeland,-Florida shipped 2- COMFORT room .Ilk tub 2
......
> .. .a _
1940 tags The Agricultural Adjustment tures. "This tour" said Walter J. I was developing for pasture, Jesse 399,371 boxes of 5,998 cars of cit- 1...... rude,...4.V.n.Uan bund tncy M

Administration is giving the Flor- 'Sheely, Extension animal husbandman I Durrance, Highlands County cat- rus fruits during October, accord- COCA-COLA DOT. with........prIDq matt_aDd,nadbf
ida cattlemen the greatest opportunity "would convince anyone that tleman, explained that he was, ing to the report of the citrus inspection CO. lamps 'Dvlcewa1oroaenrya.

OUR MILK he has ever had to provide I the Florida cattleman has realizedthe planting 40 acres of new pasture I bureau released this WE ARE JOPULAR.PRICIDCOCKTAIL
week. This is a large Increase ofSeptember's '
good pastures for his herds. It is importance of improved a day. PRESCRIPTIONEXPERTS LOUNGE and
and good Areas cleared of palmetto and 97.399 boxes or 243
indeed edifying to see the almost breeding practices pastures COFFEE SHOP
." sea myrtle and planted to carpet cars.
unanimous response of the cattle I
ft industry to this program. It That cattlemen are following gross were shown persons on the ------.----- CARPENTER'SThe O.b.!.I fouM Halite,
of the Uni- tour cattlemen In Glades FOR C0311'TROLLiiRJacksonvilleFrank I I Hotol'e"-Cbett.oe-HotU Otirfl-
means much for the future of live- the advice of workers by ,_ Rexall Store
stock in this state. versity of Florida College of Hendry, Charlotte, and Highlands Hrown, investment -
Agriculture to Improve their counties. Instead of the useless and commercial banker, '

Seldom Equalled SINCEI883Ballard's herds by improved breeding prac- underbrush that formerly grew on announced this week as a candidate -' NEAT APPEARANCE

Snow Liniment hat tices was shown by the fine black them, these ranges were covered for state comptroller in the Means

Never Surpassed been an inexpensive aid in reliev Angus cattle on the Simonton and ,with good grass and grazing cat- Democratic primaries next spring. I OTTO F. STOCK'S Dry CleaningSee
ing the discomforts of Muscular Edwards ranches in Marlon County tle. Brown is the oldest son of the I

Congestion that accompanies the Herefords on the Rose- County agents, who had chargeof late Frank Brown, for many

Sprains, Strains, Bruises, and Mus- mere farm in Marlon and the Williams the tour In their respective years clerk of the Duval county I CLAYTON STRICKLAND
PETERSON'SDAIRY cular Soreness from over-exertion: ) ranch in Polk and the counties, and many cattlemen Circuit Court.

or 60c undue bottles.exposure. In 30e and Brahmas on the Partin ranch in pointed out that the great de-I I

CARPENTER'S DRUG STORK I Osceola. velopment of pastures now goingon MAY GET PLANK PLANT

I Mowing machines have been in the state would have been Holly Hill, Citizens are en-I 1 I BOREE FUNERAL HOME

brought into play on ranges in impossible without the assistanceand thusiastlc about the possibilities I; Full line of Caskets & Undertaken Supplies
INSURE WITH Marlon, Osceola, Polk, Hardee, cooperation of the Agricultural of the Dart Airplane Factory AMBULANCE SERVICEDAY

JOHNS & WAINWRIGHT and Highlands counties. Giant Adjustment Administration. establishing a manufacturing I I! AND NIGHT
plant at that point. Officials 134 PIIONK 131

FIRE LIFE AUTO LIABILITY BONDS PINE LEVEL IIEILBRONN have been inspecting possible I O. H. BENNETT. Mfr.(
sites in the neighborhood during "A HOME-LIKE INSTITUTION"
Phone 13 STARKE, FLORIDA By Mrs.-II. M. McRaeMr. By Mrs. L. Gaaklns the past week. I

and Mrs. Raymond Oliverof Mr.and Mrs. Mack Carmlcheal

Jacksonville and Mr. and Mrs.J. of Lake Wales, were visiting, Mr.
FUNERAL DIRECTOR N. Oliver of Tampa were visit- and Mrs. R. L. Reddish and Mrs.J.

My :Many Yean Experience Makes It Possible for Me. to Render ing Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Underhill D. Carmlcheal here Sunday. yraA

EFFICIENT PROMPT and COURTEOUS SERVICE
Saturday.
Mrs. C. C. Melvin and daughter
MODERATE PRICES Mr. and Mrs. Redding Kelly and Edna, of Brooker, were visiting

DeWITT C. JONES Mrs. Alice Kelly all of Frostproofwere relatives here Sunday.Mr. .

Starke, Floridaincrease visiting Mr. and Mrs. Brit-
and Mrs. Johnnie Mott of .
ton Alvarez recently.
Brooker were visiting Mrs. Mary 4'
Miss Annie :Mae Alvarez accompanied Mott Sunday. 2'
by Misses Betty and Doris .1' 1 1V
I Mrs. J. C. Jones and childrenwere
In Jacksonville -
Crosby-- were- shopping vlsltlna: in_ Baldwin_ last___ _Sat'__

MEATCURING Saturday.Mr.. and Mrs.. T. N. Norman urday. 30
Mrs. J. L. Gasklns spent last ,
and daughter Dorothea of Gum
Wednesday night at Bootsey's
Branch and Mr. and Mrs. A. F.
Beach with Mrs. R. N. Crawford.
Hall and son, Harley, of Jackson-
Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Gaskins and
ville were dinner guests of Mr.
daughter, Gertrude, were visitingMr.
and Mrs. H. M. McRae Friday.
and Mrs. J. O. Randall at the
Mr. and Mrs. B. M. McRae were State Farm Friday night. I
visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Dobbsat
Chism of Starke is
Rudolph
Lake City Friday. spending several days here with TRAVEL BY omD MOTOR !!n S

No in prices Mrs. F. M. White of Rising George and Lacy Gasklns.
spent the week-end with Mrs. H. .

M. McRae.Mr. RISING FOR YOURJACKSONVILLE 1 ANKtJlV/NG TRIP

and Mrs. L. A. Crosby of lly Ir"II.; II. Lewis
Rising were dinner guests of Mr.

We Specialize In Sugar and Mrs. B. M. McRae Sunday. Clyde King of Jacksonville spent . 80
Sheriff A. O. Andreu of Starke Friday night with his grandfather There may be a nation-wide controversy on

was visiting friends in this section N. T. King. ATLANTA . $5.60 just WHEN to take your Thanksgiving trip butthere's
Tuesday. We are glad to see
Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow TAMPA . .
Thom&81 . $2.50
Cured MeatsGainesville him able to be out again. of LaCrosse IIJ.nt the none on HOW to go I Florida Motor

Remember the services at Pine with Mr. and Mrs E. C. Lewis. GAINESVILLE . .45 lines is your best choice for either date.
Level this weekend.The .
Mrs. Luther Harrell of Brooker W. P. BEACH There's departures
. $4.60 more convenience in frequent
people of this section are, spent the week-end with Mr. and

-- busy digging potatoes and getting)I Mrs. R. M. Crosby.Mr. TALLAHASSEE $2.25 added savings in lower fares and more

ready to grind cane. and Mrs. W. C. Conner comfort in modem streamlined Zephyr buses
Frank Davis of Brooker was were business visitors to Gaines- CHATTANOOGA . $6.75
visiting friends here Sunday. ville Friday.
lee a I I Mrs. Doris Addison and children Elder N. T. King and grandson AUGUSTA . $5.25

I and Mrs. Alice Altman and Clyde, visited his daughter- MIAMI
. $5.60 CONWAY'S SERVICE
children were dinner guests of in-law, Mrs. Mary King of Hamp-
I
Cold Storage Co. i, Mrs. J. K.: Starling Sunday. ton Friday. STATIONLacy

I Miss Odessa McRae spent Saturday Mr. and Mrs. Elam Lewis of' Conway Agent

night with her sister, Miss Boatdraln and Mrs. Newn Mott
J. L. GEORGE, Mgr. Vesta :McRae, at Starke. of Brooker visited Mrs. C. J. I'

Mrs. J. R. Hall and children Lewis Sunday.

Phone 1067 1201 N. Grove St. were visiting Mrs. Mary Starlingat Tommie Lewis of Jacksonville f

Starke Monday afternoon. visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs.J. .

GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA _- ..--- -- L. Lewis, Sunday.Mr. OAOTORsay"4

Rubber stamps, stapling machines and Mrs. W. C. Conner
at the Bradford County Tele- visited Mr. and Mrs. Zarry Craw-

graph. ford Sunday.






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OiE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE FLORIDA PAGE SEVEN



CHURCH: : DIRECTORY:: & NOTES I By BROOKER Mrs L. L. Parker Boy ScoutsThe AVERAGE QUAIL KILL ONLY 11 BIRDS I <.I'

-- FOR EACH HUNTER IN 1937-38 1 ,4


0tpriSTI. I METHODIST I PRESBYTERIAN EPISCOPAL, I, CHRISTIAN Supper folks| the A SuetensWell oyster regular weekly meeting of Strong legs that launch them 812 the duck kill wan 47.124 1':J

g. .llhtfuot Rev. Frank Robinson Rev. Chas. H. Allen, eL Murk' Church I Sunday School Supt supper the Boy Scouts of America. Troop; and whirring wings that takethem against 33.872 and the squirrel kill '
was a success thanks to our
pallor Pastor Pastor nev. F'pd Terkes, Jr. Mrs. Ira Wilson many;
SUIlt."nda1 number 70 met In 184.310: against 199616.
Its regular was
Rector Sunday School
oma friends not
E. K. Ferryman here ut Starke. Hampton away were good enough
school Organist Sunday School Supt. 10 o'clock Session on last Tuesday evening Hunters reported killing 1.634
Gen Superintendentof
..jt 6 Aimag ,school. )I. Church School! Church flra. E.School M. Davis bliss Ella J. Sia.oOrgan.it I OIL'RCtl: OP CIIIUST the and Baptist elsewhere.church We take the people this opportunity of- at the Church School building: of to save 661.707 Bob White quail deer- against 1.737 In the preced-

,(rvlc' Church 10 A. School M. Roy Mathew.Supt. n-, ... H. c. Brown Harry PIckup to thank each and the First Methodist Church under from the guns of Florida huntersin ing year. They got 2,734 turkey

11 Training Church School Services Pastor the leadership of the Scoutmaster the 1937-38 season. against 2,149 and 540( geese as
Morning Worship of The wa,
tlIt00 P. )1. Service, 11 A. M. 10 A. M. Sunday School, Bible Study a p. m.' everyone you. supper the Rev. Frank Robinson. An attendance But the quail did pretty well at compared to 418 In 193637. .,1f ?
10 A. M. to off the debt
tae, Sermon and The given pay we owe I
nlnIQSer Evening WorsbloService Morning U A.; Worship M. Sundays __ 11 A. M. Lords 8upper 4 p. m. on our Sunday school rooms. was noted that would getting away. There were nearly The game commission reported ,

le'' Meetinct 7:30: P. M. Sigma Chi 7:00: Fridays 7:30: P M. evry Sunday make any other organization :53,000 gunners shooting at them sale of 57,925 hunting licenses for :

>'''' 8:00: p.M. Young People'sLeague l p. m. Holy Days-.10 A. M. MINT. We especially wish to than! envious for a similar record, then for 85 days, and the kill averaged $136,480( for the 1938-39 season.

PIRlot Meetings ALLIANCE Mrs. Ward who was so good a as: being 100 percent of the member little more than 11 birds for a The 1937-38 sale was :55,694 I for 'II
.. )Ion Dtnctorvaag 6:30: P. M. President to let her lunch for
us use room
MISSION HALL of $132.)61.More:) .
j," pow.1l Prayer Meeting GOSPEL, TAB.Sponllored The Kev. KrunkIlobf the Troop present. The meetIng man.And I
Chairman Wednesday, 7:80: P.M. Sponsors: by: n..on this supper. That was the opening was opened with the Pledge< maybe It's a generous estimate than half of the hunters-

ot Deacon. Mr. F. H. Lone, Mr. and )Ira.J. J.Mr.T.and Mm. Vice President day for her. of Allegiance and salute to the at that. No hunter likes to 39,696 to bet" exact --. bought licenses -

1 ,. after Organist T. Quigley Evangelistic Quigley Service The ShepherdSecretaryTreastarer TUv Leslie We are also extending a most Flag of the United States followed admit that he killed only half a entitling them to hunt only

c 01 r Trueteest Mil.Assistant E. K. Ferryman.Organist ) Tuen.Bible Study each each lo'rldayand Sun cordial invitation to all to visit I by the Scout Oath and I dozen- quail in an entire season. in their own counties. The chargeIs

G. pow.1I evening 7.30: day evening 7:30 The Rev Fred Yerkea our church and Sunday school Laws. Tho Scoutmaster gave a The state game and fresh water $1 a year.

_. .. I
---- ---- -- each Sunday morning and night brief talk concerning the vita fish commission compiled the! The 1939-40 hunting season will

MISSION! HAUL ANDTAHEKNACLK CHURCHISERVICES $21.83 was the profit made from factors In the carrying on of a hunting season- figures on Information open Nov. 20( and close February ,

METHODIST BAPTIST the supper. Again we say thank Scouting program that Is not only supplied by persons who [ 15.: By federal- orders, the duck ,

IflURCHNOTES to one and all. a community project but a National obtained licenses for the 1938.39'I| season will open Nov. 13 and closeDecember .:

Rev. G. E. Cutshaw was I In ColltnN-Galn" organization; with affiliates season Each applicant for a license 29. The dove season

Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Gainey announce at the of hunt- Nov. 20. will clone Jan-
Day and Peace Sunre charge of the Bible Study at the An excellent crowd attendee groups throughout the world. beginning a opening

Atlce) observed at the First regular Tuesday night service at services at the Baptist church or the marriage of their Discussion was held concerningthe Ing season must report his game uary 31. The deer season runs

the Mission Hall. There daughter Vera to Mr. Mack Collins main under kill for the preceding from Nov. 20( to December 31. ,
was two
last Sunday a Sunday night at which service projects way
pllst Church on fine group In attendance. The John Powell sang as a specially of Gainesville on Saturday, In the Troop at the present time, The quail kill of 661,707 In 1931-I I Special laws regulating seasons

iiI with the pastor the Rev. service was livened by good music requested number the setting ol November 11 at Lake Butler. The the building of huts on the newly 38 was In Increase over the I are effective In many counties.

J. Robinson conducting the and, beautified by many lovely the "Lord's Prayer" by Mallotte bride was dressed in a navy blue acquired property Just back ot 777 reported l for 1938-37.: The Each hunting license will con-

,,(to At the beginning of the flowers. At that hour the pastor concluded dress with black accessories. The the Community building (American dove kill was 420,567 against 308,- I tain this information.

'<1IIe a large group members Mr. Cutshaw used the eighth a series of messages on this couple will reside in Jacksonville Legion Hall), and, program

i* Boy Scouts of America to the chapter of Acts as the basis for prayer also. l)8"ls'l1t.1'tIMiss being made on the construction ol I CUTTING THE COST OF FENCE POSTS
presented Clarlsey Walters and
a' 70 were his study. The story is that ot I the Totem Poles. It Is hoped by IiI I
under the On next Sunday night the con 1
.ration and they, Simon Magus who thought tpurchase will George W. Davis were quietly the members of the Troop that ONE WAY TO FARM ECONOMY : "
gregation the
Junior Assistant study together married Sunday afternoon at the
of :
,?,ce the gift of the Spirit both these projects will be completed '
Scout Frank Intercessory Prayer of our Lord home of the bride's Mr of low marks convenient rack ;
rttBMter Eagle parents and ready for use! during In these times : Any support or
with This act has I
money. given as recorded In John 17. The subject I I '
Lon led the congrega- and Mrs Raleigh Waters. The farmers- interested l 1 in'
are
III the word "simony" to the English the National Scout week which prices may bn used (that permits the
Lin Pledge of Allegiance : "Jesus' Prayer for Himself.1On Rev. G. E. McGauley performed reducing the upkeep casts of theli I I 4g
the will be held in February. Plans I
language. In ecclesiastical circles small end of the post to be 18 ''I
Flag of the United States I' Sunday night November 26. the ceremony. Mr. and Mrs under for the lands One way to do this Is tc i "
the this Is a crime involving the at are already way Inches lower than the
the or more
pastor will continue from this
following this the Davis will be at home to friends get longer life from fence posts. }
lately week of activity,
tempt to barter spiritual bene greatest Scouting I large end and allows the to
drip j jI
Legion Post of Starke prayer preaching o n "Jesus and relatives in Jacksonville. that has ever been" Been In Stark The simplest and cheapen! ,(
trlcan
: fits. from the low end of '
recognized and a tribute paid Prayer of Thanksgiving. Th Ladle Aid !Meets tor this National observance.Several method of treating fence posts escape freely 'II
the The loose ends of the L ,I
veterans by the pastor church will join In the annual The Ladles Aid met at the of the members of the that can be used with assurance I post. 4 '
the TABERNACLE :j
tubes be tied to the rack
sounded on the bugle by, Union Thanksgiving services or home of Mrs. T. W. Mai-key last Troop will during that week re of good durability in the tire-tube may ,
pens Last Friday and Sunday nights with or cord. I
the night of November 29th as arranged rope
'Scout Leonard Smith. Mrs Tuesday, with a good number ceive their Eagle award, the method according to the U. iForest ,"'!.
'e the services at the Tabernaclewere by the Starke Minxterlal Zinc chloride seems to be the ; i "
j. Davis rendered most beautlg present. After the business hour highest rank given by Scouting. Products Laboratory Madison ',,
well attended and there (
a solo, accompanied bj Alliance. was over, the hostesses servegrapenut Much activity wall In evidence in Wis. It consists of treating, most promising preservative to .
1 were inspiring sermons on vital This week has been Focus week use because of its cheapness, ,
the pudding with whipped thoroughly unbarked post
'1 F. H. Long on organ i he Patrol meetings under the green 5.. .I
ad Bless America." The Choir subjects for the YWA of the Baptist cream, crackers and coffee. Hostesses guidance of the Patrol lenders, with a zinc chloride" solution I availability safety, and convenience l''
;< Next Friday night the service church, with these girls as special combined with moderate *
Mrs. the .
sled In the service by singing; for the evening were: concerning the last week of preparation which flows endwise through I
anthem "Peace." Mrs. R. J,. will be in charge of Rev. Leland, guests at the morning service Hargraves Mrs D. C. Kelley, before the regulnr monthly) sapwood portion of the post with effectiveness, A 10 percent solu- \\t: ,

?ivii and Mrs. Ethel Biggs were Enfield, pastor of the Lawtey; I last Sunday, sitting in a body ac Mrs. Iva Douglas and Mrs. Jean'I''I meeting of the Court of Review. any excess solution dripping Into tion Is approximately correct I I.,;" '

rat singers In the Choir and Baptist Church. Is poHslble that companied by the WMS President, ette Mott. The next 1'hls examining body will meet on a container. Tho tire-tube method Is suitable. sonly

''led moht effectively to the Rev. V. C. Kelford of Waterloo, Mrs. A. M. Darby and the YW be at the home of Mrs. Chas'l next Monday evening at 7:30: o' I Section of Inner, tubes from for wood that ilf thoroughlygreen. I. ..i)

nut numbers. Mrs. F. H. Long Iowa the pastor's father-in-law Counselor Mrs. Clara Hazen. Or; Hardy Tuesday of next clock In the First Methodist, used automobile or truck t tires' The sooner posts are treated I : ''1'

hided at the organ for all the may be there to speak. Bro. Kel Monday night the organization Brooker is still moving ahead. Anew I Church School Kooras. Joe Wilson I are employed to hold! the liquid after being cut the better Ifpossible I IIk'V if ..

cal renditions. The pastor ford was at the Tabernacle last I. met at the Pastorlum for their store was opened Monday, is chairman of the board and These sections of tubes about 24 they should be treated I .J:)! \

cdas his subject "Not Hatred- winter and his messages were enjoyed regular semi-monthly meeting,, the owner Is John Plnholster. Mr. will conduct the meeting. Bevel'ul'! to 30 Inches long and free from within 24 hours, especially In hot, i 4,fi'' ::1\

Humility." This sermon wa by all who heard him. where they conducted business, Plnholster says his store "is the, advancements will be applied for' leaks are stretched. over the, I dry weather. If the ends have ': i ,,;\,

.1 strong a, appeal for Christian folk There will be special music at I studied from a book In anticipation place where quantity and quality; at that time as well as numerous elevated butt ends of the posts dried too much they should be I !! ''r 1"

clear minds In order tot all these services. of the Lottie Moon Week of count." We wish him luck In his; merit badges. As the preliminary I after the bulk has been removed'I I cut off an Inch or so until the ; 1,1,, "'t

keep t; the Issues of the day ahead .. -_. Prayer and then adjourned for new line of work. step in obtaining the rank of I for a short distance. and bound ,, wet surfaces are exposed. Full I f i' 1'\'\ ,
refreshments. These girls also, John is still In the, to leakage of the directions fur this method '
'._ to temper their emotions to- TIIERESSA Hargraves Eagle Life Scout Arch Thnmus, I II tightly prevent J maybe Yi'1I ;
and other peoples with Humllitjitlier By Mrs. A. L. SullivanMr. led Prayer services at the church hospital very III. We all wish Jr., will uppear before the Court eating solution. The liquid Is I had free by writing the For- J' ,'.

than allowing hatred, stir- on Wednesday night.Announcement him a speedy recovery. I I ion recommendation to the North I then poured Into the tube. estry Products Laboratory. i

up by propaganda to sway and Mrs. Mabry of Jackson was made this Mr. and Mrs. Larson Mintz of, Florida Area Council Area Courtof : ;
week that the Annual Lottie Moon I '
em Into the channels of war. villa visited relatives and friends, Jacksonville were week-end guests Honor on Thursday. This ECONOMIC produce<< In needed quantities. In r

The evening service was con- here Saturday and Sunday.Mr. I Week of Prayer would be observed of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. Court of Honor In turn will receive I fact, several hundred completed

lucteiby the pastor, assisted bj and Mrs. C. R. Moore and I during the week following the, R. Gainey. his papers, application and HIGHLIGHTS planes ordered<< long ago, have

So. t. K. Perryman at the or- little sons Charles and Larry; I second Sunday In December. The Mrs. Alice Thomas and daughter recommendation and will forward been waiting In storage for repeat i
pastor will introduce the week Lorene spent the week-end \VAIt ANI BimiNKHM; i
w. uii-u. large group of Young visited Mr. Moore's parents Mr. : them to the New York office of the embargo. Allied ships are
A with a message whose theme uses visiting In Jacksonville.Mr. will be examined before the expected to come to our shores to
'eople composing the Choir. and Mrs. D. W. Moore Sunday. where they The neutrality debate, at
lip congregation gathered again Mr. Clyde Hall and daughterMiss I the W 101 U letters All"Woml'n'sMemorial of the and Mrs. G. B. Colson business and the National Council. Suc beginning was widely herald< 1111//I'get t them soon.
Undying.
made
Mrs. Edna Crews a
n tie evening hour for worship a111th Margy. were visitors to cessfully passing all examinations a potential oratorical battle of Some think that i England and 4
of the WMS and Auxiliaries
members last week.
time the pastor preached Starke Saturday afternoon. I I trip to Tampa and reviews the Scout applying century Commentators looked France will not be able to fulfill
will sit In a body for the oc Sanford Rllch and
Mr. and! Mrs. i
the subject of "The Second Leon Tomlinson I for this rank will then present buck along the tortuous. path of all their desired orders here, because .
Mr. and Mrs. casion. of Mr. and I
lili" son, Gene were guests himself again at the December I American history, recalled the of our own military expansion -
Tomlinson's
of Jacksonville visited Mrs. There will be a baptismal service the week.
A. Brown over
Mrs. L. the rank
Prayer Meeting will be conduct parents Mr. and Mrs. R. following the evening ser Court of Honor where t great moments of the past In program. Men high In the

at the end.Luther will be conferred upon him with House and Senate, and freely army and. navy are known to feel
d ion
Wednesday evening M. Hersey Sunday.Mr. vice Sunday night, November16th. and Flo Mae liar.
10>> o'clock hour. A cordial in- Guy appropriate cerem o n y. Scout r fort-cunt that another major pageIn strongly that we should rigidly 1 j
Mrs. Johnnie Adkins All who are waiting bap visitors In Palmetto and
and rell
were will be the second Scout
towt Thomas the story of this. Republic was control exports of Implements of
:atlas is extended everyone all ol and little daughter!; Jeanette and tism are urged to be present and Tampa over the week-end. from Troop 70 to receive this high I about to be dramatically written. war until our needs are met.

with us at any and I Arnette of Jacksonville visitedMr. prepared. Mrs. Melva Harrell was visitIng Scout Flank Robinson I
award Eagle written all right
services and to become a part ___u. _.__ The page was Military experts are now waiting -
and Mrs. S. R. Swindle Sun. her parents Mr. and Mrs. U. been the first I done
III having not
was
but it certainly
our Church life In the comity VANDERBILT the weekend.Mr. In suspense! to see JuHt what
M. over I
day. Crosby irom the Troop. In the view of correspondents -
will dramatically. luck Brllian and France will have
A hearty welcome lly alias Velma NormanMr. and Mrs. N. G. Hayes and 7,
(extended Mr. and Mrs. C. Sullivan were General discussion among the at the sauna the In getting their ships home from
everyone. Harrell made a business !
The newly installed Chime, shopping In Starke Saturday aft and Mrs. J. W Knight and Luther trip to Jacksonville Monday.Mrs. officers> of the troop and final quality of debate on both sides the U. S. The German U-boat I

first ernoon. Jacksonville plans were made for the overnight was generally, very poor. The big campaign has so far been ominously
qipmenl was used for the little daughter. Sandra, of Lucllo Uaxtor of Jacksonville
I*on Sunday morning and Sun Mr. and Mrs. Jessie Adkins of were visiting relatives in visiting friends and rei.atives ,I camp for officers to be held Insues were obscured by Inciden succennful. And It seems to ,

dir afternoon. The equipment Jacksonville were visiting rela this section over the weekend.Mr. wall here last week I i on Friday evening and Saturday aim. Apparently the Semite Itself be true that the three German I
I
!hit has been housed on the tives here Sunday. Collie and Cecil Manning Maston Hayes of Gainesvillewas I morning of next week. This camp was bored by the argumentson pocket battleships, which Britain r

tllple of the Church has, by, Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Packham Levy Normun and son Milton, of visiting Mr. and Mrs. N. G. will be under the direction of the a number of occasions: the Chamber at first thought were bottled up ,'
I and will be In the was practically .empty ax the
Miss Hazel, were Scoutmaster In Reich naval bases, escaped
spedal permission of the Citldncil and daughter this section, and Clyde Manningof Hayes Sunday.
form of a training camp 110 thatIn some Senator or other talked to blockade and are now roaming
been placed on top ol visitors to Starke Monday. Starke were visitors to Crescent I
''Ie fire whistle tower directly Messrs Walter Sibley C. and A. City over the weekend.Mr. 130ATIIRAIN future days these officers. will vacant desks while the majority the seas These ships are extremely
to conduct of his colleagues lounged In the I l lHUperlor Is
Their
be better qualified fant fire-power
aci of the Church. This will L. Sullivan were visitors to Starke and Mrs. Miller Johns and lly Mm. Z. Z. Griffin
for their several patrols. cloakroom or went about other to that of Allied
Nitate the the camps any
the usefulness of Monday. family of New River were -
ffpment, especially so as two Mis. O. A. Thrower and Mr. and' guests of Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Rem Mr. and Mrs. B. Bailey and Harold Crews having satlttfactoilly bust nUll. I ships, nave a few modern French
his Tenderfoot requirements the Isolationists In and i English: battleships and. big
passed
of Thrower and little of this section her Apparently /
total H. visiting
speakers, making a Mrs. G. froe and family baby of Sanford were
placed temporal unahle to swing 1 ..,.. have, wide i
wan Senate butlln crul" They
the were '
Jacksonvillewere
w' will be added to the equip- daughter, Glenda of Sunday afternoon.Mr. parents Mr and Mrs. John Prevail
rot, this week. Construction of visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. J. and Mrs W. B. Dloodsworth over the week-end. 'lly In the Wolf I'atiol He will a single vote. The final vote for I cruising: / ranges. and apparently 6
I I be, formally received Into the Administration neutrality bill have sources of supply which the
W!; shelter was directed by Mr. Zeigler Sunday.Mr. and children of Raiford were the Miss Ida Chase was called to II the
P-ert: F. Clark; installation of J. D. Griffis of Starke wasa dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. F. the bedside of her sister Mrs. I I Troop and presented his. registration wan almost exactly what floor Allies have been unable to cutoff
I I card unit Tenderfoot, pin at leaders confidently forecast w".k.aK' It wax one of these ships,
!* electric equipment was made visitor to Theressa Sunday. M. Norman of Vanderbilt Mon. Lem Rldgon of Jacksonville whoIs
and I lie next meeting |I ). And In the House the the Deutschland which seized
lr r A. J. A. Milliken
W Anderson Jr: the equip Mr. and Mrs. seriously 111. I
eat and Glen of Ocala day.Mr. A. Edwards Jacksonville Continued effort among I the majority In favor wan even larger the City: of Flint They. pluGermany's "
A. of
was purchased by the Co-Ed children Sylvia and. Mrs Harvey Galney :: ,,
''us of which Mrs. D. P. Carpen- visited relatives here Sunday. and Virginia Edwards of Brooker was visiting relatives here over i I members of the Troop Is being I than Administration leaders, for submarines, can make
visitorto evidenced by the advancement the mont part hud predictedTh the going extremely tough for
a with relativesof I constantly
* I.' teacher and Elmo Struth Is Miss Ida Hagan was spent last Thursday the weekend.Mrs. I

''fwldcnt. it |Is hoped by all con- Starke Tuesday.Mr. this section. Ralph> Galney and children ,, of the boys in all bust available evidence Indicates merchantmen.

:flied that this equipment may H. D. May was transacting Mr. Levy Norman and children were the /guests of Mrs. K. J<:. Lee I I phara of the Scouting program. that the passage of the I At any rate our own hlp

61'beneficial to the people of our business In Starke Tuesday. of Vanderbilt were visiting Mr. of Bethel Sunday I I Give the boys a boost by cooperating bill met with the approval of a seem to bn safe The fmsldentcloxed

:mail'nlty.' particularly that the Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Hersey were I and Mrs. J. M. Rosier and familyof Mr. and Mrs Hoy Grlffls of I with them and with the Scout- considerable majority of the peo- j war zones to U. 8 vessels

flat broad- to Starke Tuesday I Woodlawn Tuesday evening. Tampa were the weekend guests ers In their efforts to develop a pie., All the standard polls have ;
music that Is thus visitors i'I soon as the embargo was repealed.
__ _. __ _._ who will become sentiment In favor as
lit' by and Rev. Hodges of Jacksonville u of his parents Mr. and Mrs. K. group of boy nhown a strong
[ means of deepening Church IlAJlPTONBy the future leaders of Starke so England and France !! The proclamation for
pchening the Spiritual life off I preached at the Baptist L. Griffis. I I of aiding
Community The Church ex- Sunday afternoon.Mr. MIHS Ada Nlmmo Mrs. L. O. Tyre of Florahome I' that everyone working togethermay with all means "short of war." I bids U S. shipping to go to Kng:

r** its gratitude to all of and Mrs. Thornton Johns and mother Mrs. John Prevatt, I be able to make our community Big question now Is to Just what land France, Germany Belgium,

f40 t who have been Instrumental I have moved to Theresa from Grafton Adkins of Miami arrived were visiting Mrs. Z. Z. Grlffls I I a better place In which tolive. extent the repeal of the ar\'lUli|I Holland Denmark, Sweden, Estonia I

I' avail- We welcome them tour here last Saturday. He will Sunday night. embargo will benefit American ,
Wtlng this equipment Hampton.: I I Latvia, and Lithuania. It
**% community. be) the guest of friends and relatives Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Green, Miss .- Industry. Most experts feel that
> I I the Baltic sea route to
closes
Mr. L. G. Johns, Sr., was a for several weeks. Ruth Morrell, and C. A. Griffis I: NEW RIVER while It will help, results will not lao \
A. Warren will in Lake City Saturday A. Rosier estimates made Itunula and Finland-- th.m countries -
IN MEMORY: visitor to Starke Tuesday. The Rev. C. were visiting My ) F. attain the giddy I

(Composed by W. E. Wilson) preach at the Baptist Church next night. They were accom-I I rtn the outbreak of war. England may be reached only through
and evening.The the Andrew. will supplies of'' the Artie The closed area l I.
Rudolph
(f- and Mrs. A. L. Kersey wish BETHELlly Sunday morning anted home by Mr. and Mrs. and France buy

!' tXpre811 thanks to those who D. I>. Woodard Rev. and Mrs. J. T. Guy ter Miss Margaret Morrell of '. of Starke were guests of Mr. and war materials here due to nece -I subject to revision

:' bred their services during the 311'11. are visiting friends and relativesIn : I'I'Ebro. I Mr*. )f. F. Wiggins Friday night. Ity.. But they will buy as So American policy toward the i

! eat loss of their infant daugh- Hlggenbotham was South Florida this week. Mr. and Mrs. W E. Green Mrs. I, Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Johns were is possible so far as the presents war has finally been legally established.
''
:'. Alberta, who died Friday, Mrs. John of her mother, Mrs. Audrey Turner Is visitingher Z.: Z. Grlffls, C. A. Griffis and business visitors to Jacksonville I.I concerned and will husband' We are theoretically neutral
the week-end guest and Mrs. Geiger and Margaret Morel gold resources |! but from the practical standpoint
:"ember 3, when God In his Woodard. Sunday. parents Mr. Misses Ruth I'I' last Wednesday.Mr. their dwindling
Mrs. Jimmie week. in Ral- will b., I holding out a helpIng -
:srclful called her and gave Albert Cllsson at Melbourne this ) were visiting relatives and Mrs. O. E. Crosby and Largest demand probably we are

;r a home way made with hands. Mr. and Mrs. guests of her Marvin Blrt and mother Mrs. ford and Lake Butler Sunday.11coFYT I I children. Betty and Doris Miss for airplanes, which English and hand to the Allies. It I I" significant .
not week-end _
were the Mrs. _._ unable controlled German
of to ; that the
the guests Annie Mae French factories are
were Miss
flirt
'y r Coda those Eva I I II Novls Sapp and }
: mercy rest upon mother of Starke. last Friday. BRAN MARKETPompano Level were visiting i I I Ilion press "played down" the A
visiting Irs Brown Alvarez of Pine
helped forever Miss Gladys Lee was This community : Mr. and | continued ins
Sunday. The Santa Fe Baptist Association I '! In Jacksonville Saturday and Spencer were visiting embargo repeal and

BUS 8CHJCDCIJB Miss Edna Glisson will rm convened with the First I marked an epoch In its develop- while there saw the Armistice Day Mrs. I
North Bound Rev. Ivan Bohannon Sundayat Baptist Church last Tuesday and ment as the largest bean market ,: Parade. noon. I I this. country. Apparently Hitler

te.ve 12:35 his regular appointment than 300 people In the world when the State little and James Mayes Joesn't want to repeat Wilhelm !
Starke: 2:45: a. m.. : Everybody welcometo Wednesday. More dedicated i iI I We are sorry to report that L. O Jones
">., 1:50:: p. m., 3 p. m.., 6:15: 3 o'clock. we're In attendance. Mr. Johns Farmers' Market was under Johnnie Frances Crews, daughter if Starke were business visitors i Ira mistake of unnecessarily antagonizing i

m- 10:15: p. m.South come. to report that superintendent of the Chldrens': I Thursday. Tbe market, 18 of Mr. and Mr*. 8. L. Crews, In our community last week where us. i
the past .
sorry construction for .. _.
We are a elwtrl- --- -- I
Bound our sick home In Arcadia gave quite small Is i very ill at this writing. Welsh they were employed as
Leave 10:20: Mrs. Richard Lee Is on treat attending the meeting months, has been In use for recovery. I lane wiring homes for the new KK. Since 1923 American dairymenhave y.
Starke: 2:20: a. m., wish here a speedy by for the past ten her a speedy I
I.' 2:20: p. m. 5:20: p. m. list, but we all and bringing with him twenty- lots of produce Miss Doris Crosby spent the :. A. line.Mrs. i I supplied on the average c

Vest: Bound to Tallahassee recovery. four of the precious children for days but will receive Its car-toad-severe I, week-end as guest of her cousin'l Essie Crosby and Mrs.lessl ., about 99 percent of the domestic
tent In the 200 and 300 the market for Florida -
a attended dairy product
Leave They presented Lee Lazenby
arrive he cares. MM Alvarez *
Starke: 5:35: p. m. 7 "In- whom during Miss Annie I
plate anticipated>>
ark' 12:35 Half Prlf: Ivory beautiful program. The !gathering Ing days that are Bradford Teachers meeting In ROW imports much less milk r
: p. m. *t (envelope and February, the Level.
for
fr free pick-up service (with.it Included 100 usually 30 for f 1_ was quite a success and seemed I January of the shipping season I I Mr and Mr. P S Crews and I 3 r.Tke: Friday afternoon. tarn formerly
all. height
), by r
been enjoyed
Con- have
; limits) phone Lacy Telegrap2a. to
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I. SCHOOL BOARD herd $7S .l7; Edna Prevatt, $76.- CONE MAY SEEK SENATE '

Bradford County TelegraphEstablished i Russell KayTOO WARRANT I 00; Ruby Mae Perkins, $79.17; POST AS DEAL FIZZLES Presiding Juclije
LIST
1877 Madallne Andrews, $66.50;; Leola

Roberts, $79.17; Lorraine Smith (Continued from page one

Published Weekly on Fridays and Entered as Second Clasa LATE October 1939General $60.16;; H. B. Wiggins, $69.66; In recent weeks Cone has been
Margaret Whittemore, $57.00: M.
Matter at the Post Office Starke Florida TO CLASSIFY ; mentioned as a senatorial possibility -
at
Knight and Knight Attorney W. Morrow, $::58.66; M. W. Morrow in connection with a "deal"rumored -
,
Fee. 150.00: Marie Thede, Sal- -
One by one the gubernatorial ; $50.00; Floy Sullivan, $60.- to be pending if Senator

MEM.BER c=;:z-Ji aspirants are beginning trt stick ary, $30.00; Carl Roberts, Vocational 16; Ophelia Bryan, $69.66; I. B. Andrews was appointed to the

ThoRu1'PRss their little pink necks out and Teaching. $50.00; E. L. Williams Cody, $12350: Catherine Young, Federal judgeship In the southern

1 > ASSOCIATION \ probably will continue to do so h Item 2109 $4,SO> ; ClennteHickock I I $91.83; Emma II Ill 1 $72.83; district of Florida. Reports hadIt i

J' for the next month or so. 3 months salary, $108.- Blanche Edwards $76.00; Joyce that if Andrews was named, "
3tt4iaL 2 o'tsdi 00; S. R. Johns, Item 2109, $24.- I Futch, $95.16; Jewel Roberts,
First to dive Into the murky Governor Cone would resign in

E. L. Matthews ___ __________ ______Editor and Owner waters of the political pool was 13; F. A. Scott. Item 2109 $7.50; $79.16; Mrs. L. H. Futch, $79.16; : order to receive the appointmentto ...
Typewriter Service Co. $4.50> ; Helen Cody. $79.16; Eunice Kelley, Jl!
-,. --- Hans Walker of Ocala who evidently I serve out the unexpired term '
Western Union. Messages, $1.13; $76.00; Lois Mayes, $73.00; Llllie <
SUBSCRIPTION RATE was Influenced by the fable In the Senate, and that J. Turner .
Carpenter's, .35; Canova Phcy, McRae
of the Early Bird and the Worm. $72.83; Ruth Frazier, Butler of Jacksonville, presidentof "
Yearly, $1.50; Six Months, 75c-Payable In Advance 2.15: ; M. Thomas, $1.50; A. J. $60.16;; Ernestine Buddington, ekt
Hut the
splash he made was hardly the state senate, would automatically
Advertising Rates on Application noticeable and the ripple nothing Griffis, Salary 125.00: ; Louise $73.00; Jessie Lee Lazenby, $72.- become governor..

to speak of. Warren, Salary. $50.00: : Frances 83; Norman Johns, $82.83; Luver- "
Peek, Office Work, $14.40; Board tla. Shepherd, $69.66; Pearl Nor- I This "triple play however was
NEXT ON THE PROGRAM OF. PROGRESS Next came a chap named Rodg- of Bond Trustees, $200.00: Starke : man. $50.66; Arthur McRae, $66.- I upset when Andrews announcedlast '

ers from St. Petersburg, whose Telephone Co.. Office and School, 83; Essie Crosby, $43.33; Beverly Friday night that he could

In a progressive community, such as ours, where many nose-dive was even less spectacular -I $26.30; A. J. Griffi Salary I I Cady, $53.33; G. E. McGauley, I not and would not accept the Fed-

vitally]] important improvements have been made in the past than Walkpr'and the two 125.00: ; A. J. Grlffia Car Expense -I $92.83; Harmon Morgan, $72.83; eral judgeshIp even If It were offered -

of them have been floating about $20.00; A. J. Grlffls, Office !j Muriel Norman, $66.50; Sorchle I to him. He Is 62 years old

few years, it is natural that sooner or later a concerted effort practically unnoticed for some Expense $9.18; Louise Warren, II| Baird, $66.50; Annie Laura Morgan and President Roosevelt has set

should be made for the establishment of a small county time. Salary 50.00: ; E. J. Lewis Board $76.00; Melva Harrell, $::53.- 60 as the age limit for all judge- JUDGE II. L

Then came Burton Schoepf, who Service $25.00; J. H. Moore, I 83; Melvin Futch, $85.50: ; Mabel ship appointees. sr.I.1t

hospital. I put a little bit more showmanship Same, 25.00: : W. l
This movement, although born here at least two years I : In his performance by climbing Same, $25.00; Frances Peek, Office $63.33; Florida Bank at Starke, he will be following the course of yule who is presiuinif (

; clear up to Chicago on the Work, $14.40. 1120.84; Mae Wells, $34.06. other governors. Park Trammell Fall term of CircuiC
ago, was given added impetus last week when Congressman L I high platform to stand this week.
poised for I ))h.t rkt I Robert Strachan, 65.00: ; Pearl I was elected to the senate in 1916 Judge Scbrln

:R. A. Green called upon the state WPA organization to send L a moment with a glass or orange Mr. C. J. Powell, $300.97; Mr. ; George, $50OO: ; E E. Evans, $75.- while serving as governor. Sid the arguments on the Hew
juice in one hand and a Townsend J. Catts, John W. Tuesday and
ney Martin
00 W. W. Wednesday
| : Green $60.00 E. ,
possibilitie/'of Nick Thomas Janitor Service, ;; Mary i*
here to the such
a representative study an L banner In the other.
nounced
He
hit the 16.25: ; Mr. Nick Thomas, Janitor: i Lewis $5000; Grace Robinson, Doyle E. Carlton and Dave Sholtzall a mistrial late
institution in this wnter with a splash that could be I ran for the senate after their day night. when
community. Service, $6500; Mr. Edd Thorn-I! $50.00; A. O. Jenkins, $75.00; I aften
heard all over the state, develop- terms as but hours, the
deadlocked
Local physicians have endorsed the idea and it has also ing waves rather than ripples. ton, Janitor Service, $12.50; Mr. I Sarah Jenkins $40.00; Flossie defeated governor they were not decide the fUH'
Edd Thornton, Janitor Service, McLendon, $50.00; M. E'. Cary A. Hardee, who verdict
been received favorably on the part of the general public. Mayor Walter Fraser of St. 50.00: ; Mr. E. Lennon, Janitor: $50.00; C. C. Anderson,ROberts'l; followed Catts as governor, is the ---- ..

I Augustine a more or less experienced Mable Richardson. $50.00 only Florida governor since the Recent BirthsMr.
Service ;
Advocates of the institution stress the point that only a $70.00: Mr. M. L. Johns,
swimmer, after taking Janitor Supplies, $6.15; Mr. Lee; Stewart, $5000; Geneva Hartley, world war who did not seek election -

small hospital is needed, or could be supported, but that a the precaution to pay his admission Gainey Janitor Service, $80.00; $50.00; Pearl Smith $50.00: ; to the senate. and Mrs. Diamond J

fee, did a running broad I : Roosevelt Smith, $50.00 J. A.I I Starke. boy November 3
MI' ;
unit of ten or fifteen rooms would be instrumental in sav E. M. Bennett, Janitor Ser. Four
jump, to land in I 1tINHOSI'IUNGS births
the middle of the i vice, $80.00; Mr. Cecil Whitehead, Jones, $65.00; Annie Louise : GETS In the |aa

ing many lives that are lost every year in cases where pond where three opponents already Road Patrol, $30.00; Buford Paint Gaines, $50.00; I. J. Keller, $75.-: ,,1| HEADY FOR TOURIST weeks, an average of two

: were cavorting.With Shop $28.30 W. A. Bessent : 00; Carrie Robinson. $40.00: Sim-j' Dunellon In a week has been the red
citizens of this county cannot afford to take advantage of: ; 18. anticipation of Starke
during
thpolitical tin .
pool beginning 05 Bill's mle Hunter $100.00: Mildred Paul! Us. for
[ ; Sign Shop, $5.00: ; CityLight the
hospital facilities in nearby cities. to fill, a lot of other boys I and Water. $16.63 $1000; Llnnle Kelley, 8.75: ; Cleo i, greatest season Florida has On November 3 a toy \'

-. . are now evlncr It as th..v hnri-i/iivl ..-.- .. .- ; Carpenter -- -- _o_A"nn__ .1t1.__?.Os ,, .....f....._ .......... n..,. .'.06. __.. :, ever known dozens of master to Mr. and Mrs LI/, ?, .J
men too, advocates of a local point out the a, eL'*.'* '; u. u. poison, :[ia.uu; 00' D. .v. "--- "
nqspiiai Mrs.
strip, -gtti g Glafton Jjn"AYi ;
l preparatory to into Canova Pharmacy, $6.60; J. H. row, $13.53; Mrs. N. J. Johns, I craftsmen are rushing the new I !t
fact that a few minutes of time often mean the difference the swim themselves. Ii Fields, $5.10; Frederick Furniture, $18.63; Irene Lewis, 15.03: : Mrs. rock and log building to completion birth to a baby glr) Nove(

between life and death in certain Under I Last week in Jacksonville Ful- 8.25: ; GasHett Hardware 13.45: ; E. C. Long $33.24; Juanita Mc- j I at the foot of Rainbow Hill and MI' and Mrs Lewis
emergency cases. ler Warren were the
took the plunge. He Hal Edwards. Jr., $25.00; Green's Gauley $5.46: Mrs. W. B. Sewell, In front of the boat docks at proud parents of|

existing conditions, the victim of an ancient or of an ,I cnn be depended upon to do Store, $17.10; Sapp's Store, 25.: $10.68; Grace Williams, $17.10; I Rainbow Springs near here. Its boy on the saint rtatt

acute attack of some disease, might die before reaching a1'' plenty of thrashing: and splashing 00; Lee Gainey .75: ; L. D. Green Martha Wella.I 1044. architecture and construct Ion Mrs. Wlnt SUmner of
about birth
and he'll materials gave to anothe.
constantly entertain In
are keeping with the noy.
$39.00; E. W. Hayes, $159.21; S.
hospital thirty or forty miles away, where in many instances both those in the pool and M. Johns, $2.00 S. R. Johns, $2.- I' COMMISSIONERSMINUTES attractive rustic effect of Rainbow ber 9.

those on the bank as he clowns 45; H. D. May, $20.00 L. D. Lodge on the crest of the hill .
life could be saved if adequate facilities were immediately about in ; '
an effort
to "duck" his Johns, $2.00; J. A. J. McKinney I' overlooking Rainbow Springs. The Complaint /)eferreIn
available.As playmates blow like a ;whale and new building will provide ,
$5.00: ; C. C. Mickey, $8.25; Carl comfortable -
i stand on his head. NOVKMBKK 1939 called session Tues,
has been the case with many other needed improvements Over in M. Ritch, $40.86; C. B. Roberts I I waiting room for boat Starke nil
DeLand, Francis White- The Board of passengers city council deferred
$1.20; F. A.; Scott, $22.00; Enoch County Commissioners a gift shop and ticket (;
Bradford County's only chance to obtain a hospitalis hair is reported to be on the vergeof Strong, $4.50> ; R. R. Thede, $21.- of Bradford County, office However, with the new assessment complaint! tin',
making a flying leap. He Is Florida, met November 6 in fleet of next regular meeting Tbij
28 Service I regular boats which will be ready
I ; Typewriter Co.
Con- I
to the construction while the
secure WPA is still in Ida
existence no slouch as an aquatic star, and tract Item 2401 $21.00; Typewriter session with the following by December 1st, there will be Bank at Starke protest

Without the aid of government funds it is sure to whether it I I. a case of swim, diveor Service Co., $3.50> ; E. A. I members present: L. L. Conner, little if any waiting. persona 1 tax assessment j
float, he'll give a good chairman, P. was raised from $1,200
account D. Reddish t to
be Winkler, 4.65: ; Olin W. White, ''' Mallory Cabins and cottages will soon
before
many, many such institution is of 000 in
years an himself His financial "wind" i Thomas, R. S. Wasdln, and T. I this year's appraisal
$1.50; H. C. Green, Janitor Ser I D. be under way to add to the accommodations -
feasible here. With Federal aid however it is is better than that of most of his complaint is scheduled
for
possible vice, $40.00; Brady Bryant, Item Dyal.The I offered by Rainbow
playfellows and he's not afraid of"del'p heard on December 5, wh
this county to be enjoying the benefits of a small hospital water." 2301, $1.60; E. A, Winkler, Item and Board was called to order I!I'Lodge in time for the coming council convenes again.
2805: $14.00; Bnford Paint Shop, the minutes of the regular ; tourist season. A cactus garden
within the space of a year or so. and Up in Tallahassee Jerry Carter $63.00; Mallory Thomas, $5.00: ; meeting of October 2, were read';I and thousands of new plantings --.- -

Wo have what Bill Hodges are tryin' to Eddy Hartman.)50.00; H. D. May and adopted. i j i: have been added to the Rainbow Fence Posts Order
already seen concerted effort on the part mnke up their minds. Both of
D.
Wood $45.00 Britt E. Knight, attorney, J: beautification(
; Alvarez
presented
program so that,
of the them have played Tuesday the I
around Crosby
community at large can accomplish. Witness In that
our I Seven Cords Wood 35.00: ; Nick' a petition signed by a group)'more than ever Rainbow Springs Cemetery

armory, our State Farmers' Market, our Legion home, and book pool ,before.and can They avoid know the it like a Thomas, Janitor Service $10.00; j of citizens of the County request- i will be a beauty spot with new Committee Cleaning ordered the and 2651 1

many other valuable projects. It seems to us that the time whirlpools and quick-sand.rocks.If Pete Grlffls, Three. Cords Wood, ing the Board to place Thomas I touches of color every month of fence posts necessary to si
1500.: Strong!!:, colored of Lawtey In the i the
has come to put forth this same concerted effort in the in- either or both should decide to I State Tuberculosis J I year. the fencet-wlre and top strf

terest of a small hospital for Bradford County. join the frolic they will lead the Transportation I I i Orlando. This matter Sanatorium at II i I Three new boats, including the barbed wire around the eel

I rent a merry chase that only the Earl Green $2.00; J. E. Adklns.j come before the Board having "Mystery Boat" will soon be at a cost of 39 and one)
-o-- best swimmers can hope to joinIn. $40.00; H. C. Kelly, $4.70; Wesley -I' on several launched. The present glass-bot- cents each. Four stout i
occasions
AMERICANS DO AS THEY PLEASE I Dyal, $4.50; L. O. Jones, $6,00: i I again discussed prior to this time It was I 1 torn boats have been put In perfect posts were also ordered.

Fred Toiirhfon. of Aunn. _.. Dm-lr_ H. G. Alderman. S15.OO:. Oliver! .._'" --... ,_ and .laid over,Iuuvii condition and evervthln construction of the new fend
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.n '
Whatever other doubtful benefits have been derived I hag been sit!tin' by the side of the" Underhill, 35.00: ; Mrs. G. W. I A mA' regular of meeting. I I about the Springs says In no uncertain commence as soon ax the

from the nation-wide split over the date of Thanksgiving, it pool plnyln' in the Band for some I II Rhames, $2.00; J. E. Adkins. $40.- ployees group from the six W.: women P. A. em- I I terms, "We're ready. Let arrive, committee members
I time and 00; LesterSlade_ : Sew- ; 'em come." ..
57.06
will ---- -
his ; Mary
probably get
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can at least be used to illustrate the joys of democracy as Williams I ing Room Project at Lawtey re- I .
feet wet before It is over, whUe $18.00; Mrs. G. W. Candidate Here
opposed to the grief of dictatorship.In I B. F. Paty of West Palm Beach Rhames. $8.00; Nelson Green quested be retained that Miss Slnah Prescott : TO CONTROL CRICKETS

the good old United States the President decided for I has been blowing on a pair of I. $75.11; J. E. Brown, $4000; W. O. and upon motion as their and Forewoman seconded It I A very effective bait for com- Frank Brown. Jacksonv:
waterwings and Collins. 51.61: ; Roy bating vestment banker who n
may wade In mole-crickets
various reasons that it would be more beneficial all around for later.. $83.12; Elam Lewis $ Tomtinson'l; ,I was unanimously the decided to instruct ordinary canned dog consists food and of announced as a candldat

the people to observe Thanksgiving Day on November 23 I Pat Whitaker of Tampa and Norman $30.00; Nelson Moore I I convey to the Clerk Womens to Immediately Work paris green. Mix one ounce of state comptroller was In

instead of November 30. And what happened ? Some of the Harold Colee of Jacksonville have $20.00; Andrew Redding $30.00; I!I of the W. P. A. the action DiVision paris green with one can of dog Thursday making new ac

people liked it and some did not. Some Governors been playln' leap-frog on the bank T. T. Blackburn, $37.60; J. I of the Board In this I, food for 10 or 15 minutes. ances.
agreed matter.
for quite some time and were expected Austin, 6.35: ; H. C. Kelly, $ ; j I 'I .--
with President Roosevelt in their proclamations and Ed Durbin S'I I Mrs. Dove Holder requested J! Put this bait out In small plies
some to join the party, but $32.60; Richard I' where USE OF FLA. MATERI

did not. Consequently, some people will observe Thanksgiving -. they don't like "cold" water and ton, 33.05: ; Ned Berry, $ ; I medical ter. Mrs.attention Margie Manus for her daugh-is1 I to it. dogs A good and cats of cannot get I;r Congressman Lex Green,
who way putting it
on November 23, some will stick by November 30, while j I probably will stay out. Levy Norman $40.60; W. E.I ill and destitute of financial out is to scratch down Into the I the United States Housing A
I Jess Parrish and Speasard Holland Sapp, $17.10; Chester Andrews Ity to authorize and dli-ec
others will the benefit of two I means, the matter was referred runways of the mole-crickets and
enjoy holidays. In other I| have been alttln near-by $71.62; Louie Mobley, $24.00; I use of Florida materials In
to the
put the bait down
words, individualistic Americans will do as they please about I.>I suckln' oranges and tryln' to Swearingen Kelley $22.62; L. R. Bids County Nurse. the into them, covering Ida construction. At a con/
I make up their minds. Starling, $42.60; I were received from J. T. : tops of the of the holes with of Region
the matter. I I Both have Ellery Sapp Klrcklnnd with boards the director
,
I R. C. to
done 27.35: Buford, and prevent dogs and
a bit of plain and fancy ; Wade Gasklns. $27.60; R. which includes Florida,
But can you imagine what would happen if Hitler, II 1|! swimmln' In the old senatorial V. Alvarez $72.38; C. J. Crews. ], Charles of Termites A. Jenkins from for Extermination -;j cats material.from getting to the poisonous pointed out the ,superior)

Stalin or Mussolini decreed that a certain holiday should be I I, tank but they're a little afraid $20.00; Earl Green, $61.11: A. A. Court house and the County | Florida materials and argue
4"
the
of "cramps" and they have had Edwards, $87.62; Sam Mott, $40.- matter was Florida material wen' In
celebrated date rather than I laid
another ;
on one ? The unfortunate -, 00 over until the next Food Sale
; A. L. Green regular Saturday !
enough political experience to $70.36; Charity way equal to or mon sails.
citizens would accept the date of the dictator's choosing, I, know that In a free-for-all dash Williams, $35.00; J. L. Anderson, i i! meeting. than materials from "tlier
Circle
or they would probably be marched away pronto to some across the treacherous gubernatorial 132.45: ; George Flynn. $4000; '. amount Deputy of Sheriff's Bond In the 1 Missionary No. 2 of the Woman's He also stressed he (ac"
pool it is Register Motor Co. $2.:>0 1000.00 for James A.// Society of the Meth- Fiorh-,
desolate concentration camp. every man for ; Shell I Gnann, signed | o himself and u had Oil Company, $150.26 by the Fidelity and sponsor a Food >
guy better be ; i I and Florida people
cerns
Truly the American citizen is a very fortunate person. plenty fit before he tries it. OH Co., $94.57; Torode Casualty Co., of New York, N. Y.//| Sale Saturday morning beginning all possible oenrflf') {
StandarJ// was I at 9:30: o'clock in reap
approved.
Ire eats his turkey when he chooses and not when someone I The old diving platform Is a Co. $8.70; Bill's Sign ; The ]!i Bank of Starke front of the Federal construction In F1
long way from completion as the C. J. Powell $600; County Nurse, the County i building. All ____ .
else tells him to. Judge and the State i kinds of dessert will be u.W'1'1' : \'.
$2.00 Prison offered '. :
boys have been stealin' ; L. O. Jones. $6.00 In. vo'ri'I: .0
planks : Oliver!
I I 'OIHrOI
spector, each filed I for sale. THH ('IIU'II.r ( f
o from Underhill reports for the
each other. $35.00 ) lUll
They've been ; Lester Slade KKillTII JII) ( I u. 4

A CREDITABLE PUBLICATION AT STATE PRISON I Jerkin'' and pullIn' at the Townsend $4 88; J. "id:. Adkins. $40.00; H. C. I, ordered month which filed. were approved and the State I AM FLORID. FOil \HIS\ ('ll"l)1111 11 **":H',,
of
plank, tryln' to get it away Alderman, $1500: ; W. O. ( I Florida requesting Martha Mildred I.ewl-,, ,ml

The "Periscope.." monthly publication of the inmates of! from Schoepf. while the Labor $20.00; W. O. Collins. $ 'olllns.// .,.,Pauper._._ ...__ allowance__ L. of Mrs.. Rosie .the.__ -proposed- u. Military_ Reserva-I Plantlff.

the Florida State Prison Farm near here, is coming in for)I plank Is so heavy that none of 1her Salary month n ;w us Allowance raised IO of*:O.IHJ per I]! sented iiun near to Kingsiey the Lake was pre- Fay-va-V. Compton
Board
Lonnie of .
them
have been able County Defendant
considerable notice and favorable to lift It yet, M. W. Morrow, 58.66: ; M. W. Thornton Commissioners ., ,w l'OF'
It IN NA'll-
comment. is was disco Ta1E
a very and those who have succeeded In Morrow, $50.00; Mrs. C. W. n tin u e d; I) and ordered filed. FLOI-LiDA. onE."I t:

creditable magazine and is assembled under the direction of getting foundation poets down Chalker, $2.97; Grace Williams, Georgian the Thornton was placed on The Clerk presented a copy of ..TO.: Fey "onll'IO'dlrel"', ,.hu"j,
Pauper Roll d mallill"
W. N. North of Starke, who is educational director of the are now, find In' that the termitesare $4.99; Cleo Andrews $2.74; Lu- month; at $2.00 per I a letter written Marcus F. Brown HOT nc No.and 247. Hall-bury, MoO
applications
prison. &eltln' into them. bedla Johns $5.48: ; Mrs. E. C. Brown of Gusaie attorney for the Board. In which You are h..reb) -"IUlr.dlI.al' '",flplCIrherein ,
and hili.t
Alfred
he to the ,
But the fun Johnson for made
I Is really gettin' Long $4 04; Leola Roberts $7.- reference to a letter airalnut you m..rMonday
Pauper
Following is a recent comment in the Tampa Tribune underway at the "Old Swlmmln'I 40; Irene Lewis $12.25: ; Betty Allowance were denied. from John Nuve.n A Co., claim- the 4th "l..) >r pet

from the pen of E. D. Lambright, one of the best-known and :I Hole" and gives every Indication Crosby, $6.50; Mary E. Lewis, sion Applications were approved for Widow's for Pen- ing Refunding fee for the refunding A.It D.!ta 1939.ordered thai' 'thu'. "rt'
of becoming and : : Mrs. Virginia of the the tradf"Telegraph
gay boisterous 50.00; Mrs. N. J. Johns. $10.44 County's outstand published In put
most Influential editors in ;
Florida: all time goes on. The older boys, I' Leola Roberts, $2.90; Mable Wall, Sandell.Mrs. Lois Mrs. Maggie Norman ing indebtedness In 1934, and also In said County, a nwHpBp-r of jrradf0rI.

"I have been keenly interested to read the August number who are experienced, are keepln 6.25: ; Fla. Bank at Starke. $617.- f Ban Ie Mott, Mrs.Denmark, Mrs. a copy of letter written by Mr. Week forour rnn.utlu.hand and 0lIeat
Brown
the watchful eye on their clothes 87; E. L. Williams $216.66 Jean Gaskins, replying to said John WItne'.a my. (Ottubor
of Periscope, monthly publication of the prisoners at ; J. H. and Mrs. Mlttle Griff is. Nuveen this 3Ut day '
and
are worryln' about Atkinson. & Co., both of UU. -
some $76.66 J. which
; M. Whitte- were T
Raifortl. In my view, it stands out among magazines of its TOUGH GUY nobody ever heardof I more, $83.33; Evelyn Stump $72.- I the Solomon Kite was placed on ordered filed. Clrk(OFFICIAL Circuit SBAI-I Court.' A

kind. Somewhat surprising to note the variety of writing before coming along and licking 83; Alice Fernandez $69.66; Eva 'I month Pauper, and Mrs.Roll W.at $3.00 per ,i-

ability that is confined within the walls of Florida's state the tar out of all o f'em. Anderson $72.83; Daisy Fisher :i allowed( $3.00 L. Bugg was
Then, too there Is always the $9:5: 00; Verna Demorest per month. A CHANCE IMPROVE
I 79.17 TO
prison-but which finds an outlet through this sprightly danger of DROWNING, and the Rosalind Williams, $79.17; Mrs.; from[ A communication was received
the
periodical. mortality rate In this particular S. S. Dowling. $101.33; Lester Attorney General's Office YOUR CATTLE HERD

"1 congratulate the editors and contributors to Periscope I pool Is i exceptionally high. Sponholtz.) $82.34; Blanche Van- tlon requesting certain Informa i
concerning the
--. -- dervler. $66 50 Lucile Boundaries of : TRUCK LOAD -
and I can't help wondering how of if ; Kennedy, Bradford County,
; many them any, Apple DistributionCertified $66.50; Eunice same was referred Gusarat :\lonl,
Searing $79.17 22
; to the County Tax (nee Type) Brahma Bulls 18 to
are writers or newspaper men by profession. ,i Grace Wainwright, $79.17; Edna Assessor,
with the
I clients may call at Hart. $79.17 Lucile request that he furnish I Old--3-4 to 7-8 Brwdin:;
; Edwards
Citizens of Bradford County will be interested in read the this Board with a correct
commodity warehouse descrip
ing this comment on Periscope and those who can obtain an I i day and Tuesday for fresh apples.Mon- 83$72.83; Evelyn; Winie Rltch.Mae $6966 Hlnaon. Ethel 72. lion of the County's boundaries as ] COME: BY AND LOOK THEM OVER

issue will find it very interesting reading. Some of the Inmates -' Other commodities will b. distributed Biggs. $69.66; Ruby Lilley, 88. soon handled.as same can be conveniently* McCord's Stable Jacksonville Road

at Raiford show a unusual talent for the following Friday and 66; Madge Middleton. $79.17; A on
very writing. |p Saturday.. copy of Notice No. 262 before t

Kitty Hocsed. $63.33; Kate Shep- the Railroad Commission of FRIDAY SATURDAY SUNDAY

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