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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: January 12, 1940
Publication Date: 1888-
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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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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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bed! 1877 u- ; we should quietly hear both tides. "- Goethe E. L. Matthews Editor and Owner ''j'j'

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Jackson Day W. SI. W.MNUKIOHT A. Z. ADKINS II. I. OKAY It, A. GREEN
I Primaryf f
To Open 1940
_
Dinner Next WeekT. o ..,: :"- ";jt :

Frank Landrum, chairman of ..' : I II '

frecinctsNext the Bradford County Jackson Day II x Little More Than j t

Dinner, yeste r day announced 1 ,'
plans for the event which will be I

Month held here Friday night, January N. e'. Three Months Off :1
:
19 at 8 o'clock In the Woman'sClub. tt
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Voters To Register r' pL Several Races In .
W. M. Wainwright, state auditor
For 1910! Bradford
H>n and candidate for state treas- County l

imary Election urer, will make the main addressof ,I i To He InterestingA i

the evening. A program ofentertainment .
will be !In charge of t few weeks ago it was "Peace ,4 r
ervlttor of Registration N Nat Sternberg. j on earth, good will toward men" ,i

nwrlght thin week an- -In a short time now It will be '!
iced that registration The following subchairmenwere I
"Bedlam on earth, and may the ;f<
In the various announced to assist in ar- \
[ will open -I best man win" 4
cts o f the county on rangements and sale of tickets for
r cfha For with the lam' peal of the" ,
y, February 5, and re- the event: J. G. Godwin, Paul Id' f
bells that rang out the old .
year .'
[ there through Monday, McLendon, Ivan Hazen -- State "' '
4. Farm; L. H. Hill Bill Plummer- ,. of 1939 political guns, both bigand :"
little, began popping, replacin -
will be open In the of- Lawtey; Riley Wasdin-Graham; o .
T. C. D. W Judge Adkins the noise of firecrackers
the supervisor In the Chastain-Hampton;
which had ushered ,
the
holiday
from Moore-Theressa, Fred Hazen -
here Monday
use To RunA.
Pays Fee '
season, both in und out.
4, through Saturday, Brooker; E. C. Priest-New River;
20. W. M. Edwards N. D. Wainwright Z. Adkins of Starke, senior Henry Gray Green QualifiesFor It Is now officially the open 1

lie i In the precincts, books JrStarke.The Bill WainwrightOut i Judge of the Eighth Judicial Circuit Out For JudgshipHenry season for candidates, and bar. :
to the of ranted voters are already beginning
open every week day committee in charge of paid secretary ..,
9 to 12 In the morning decorations was appointed as follows State last week the fee which L. Gray, Gainesville, attorney 1940 Race to steel themselves against

from 2 to 5 In the after- : Mrs. N. D. Wainwright, Jr., For TreasurerSeeks qualifies him to seek re-nomtnn- and one time resident of what will doubtless prove to be '

They will also be open chairman Mrs. E. L. Matthews tlon in the Democratic primaries.He Starke, has announced his candidacy the warmest primary fight In I'

". tight each week until 9Ck. Mrs. T. Frank Landrum, Mrs. will be a candidate in Group for judge of the the Eighth Striken' Optimistic:! Florida history. v!

After returning' to the Jeannette Kincaid Mrs. C. A. To FollowIn One. The circuit embraces Ala. Judicial Circuit He will oppose Note In Review With but few exceptions every y

|house office of the 8U er. Knight, and Mrs. H. V. Knight. Footsteps of chug Baker Bradford. Gilchrtat. Judge A. Z. Adkins of Starke. Of World Outlook elective term, for both stale and '{

fhey will bo open from 9 The Jackson Day Dinners held Retiring: KnottIn Levy and Union Counties. Gray, a lender In civic and phi- county offices, expires and while 5.

A, m. and from 2 to 5 p. here in recent years have been Judge Adkins said he had decided -, lanthropic organizations Is a past CongroHsmun' Lex Green, who some fortunate Incumbents will be ,t'

very successful events, and it la October the lIon. W V. to seek another term rather president of the Gainesville Chamber returned from Washington to allowed to retain their positions I

tact supervlHOrs have not expected that a large number of Knott announced that he would than take advantage of the circuit of Commerce, a member of spend! the week-end here with his without contest, vigorous efforts) 3

i been announced b y Mr. "faithful Democrats" will turn not be a candidate for re-election judge's retirement pay voted i the Gainesville Kiwanis Club, a family, today went to R. A, Gray, will be made In most instances to \

nwrlght. out next Friday night. to the office of State Treasurer by the 1939 Legislature._ past master of Gainesville LodgeNo. the Secretary of State, filing'feesand unseat the present officials, ;J:!

After consulting! with numerous 0 41, F. & A. M., member of assessments to qualify him. In Bradford County races sev- -i,

friends throughout the State, 1 To Sing Over WRU Gainesville Lodge No. 900, 11. P. pelt for reelection as candidate for eral spectacular contests are v|!
elders Meetd Young Demos To MeetN. brewing with| one of the most V
have decided to announce my Sevenly-flve Bradford High 1 O. K.: and a past president of the Representative In Congress from '*

At Bank D. Walnwright//! Jr., president candidacy to the voters of the Students comprising the Junior Eighth Judicial Circuit Bar ASHO- the Second District. He! gave out colorful\ perhaps due to be the ,
four-cornered
State for the which he clatlon. lie Is member of the bout for the office y
of the Democratic position and Senior High school chorus a the following statement;
i annual meeting of the stock- Club of Young has has so long and honorably filled.I will be featured In a broadcast First Presbyterian Church of Gonerul business conditions of of county superintendent of pub,1

I. of the Florida Bank ate called a meeting for 8 o'clock tonight was born in Gainesville Florida over Radio Station WRUF, Gainesville. the country have greatly improved lie instruction between A, J. Grift;;

was held Wednesday. Ant on June 3, 1895. and was reared for the few until the flu, incumbent; Dr. W. E. Middle- ijf
(Friday) in his office on Gainesville tomorrow Saturday, Educated in Florida schools, past yearn
statement showed the Call Street.. All members of In Bradford County. I was II from 3 o'clock until'3:30 o'clockp. Gray attended the University of country Is now back at the high ton, present member of School :|

to be In an excellent and the organization are urged to be educated in the public schools at m. Parents patron and all Florida College of Law having peak of activity which was ex Board; f:. R. Poppell, schoolteacher jf

condition. The annual re- present as an election of officers : Starke and supplemented my edu- others are urged to "tune, in" and I been graduated In 1924. Since perlenced In 1929. This wan one and former superintendent .j
of this county; and O. E. Mc'q'q'qGauley i
o disclosed that dividends will be held at this time. I (Sontlnued on page eight) hear the local group broadcast. that time he has been a partnerin of the best business! years In the :(
Baptist minister! and principal r
been
had
Ing tor4 percent the law firm of Layton & Gray. history of our country and It has .
and "'a 'substa UIU!'*amount known "Iorldballe been the ambition of all Industryto of the Brooker school. Grtff
Gray Is in -
On Year's \
A Good-Day's Work New I Is announced in mlci-sumnur. and
In 'the Surplus Fund. It Day ball circles as 'president of""the get back'*to the prosperity as \1.
Dr. Middleton followed several
stated that "the officer .
Florida State' Baseball League a experienced then. The' total Income '
tly and earnestly endeavor The first day of 1940 found -- -- -- position he In holding for the of the American people has months ago. McGauley and Pop- .
ice all local loans and disc ,1 to fr pelt are expected to announce
k Bradford County farmers observIng I 6 1 fourth consecutive term. also rapidly Increased during! the
requested which can be t the time-honored tradition of e pant three or four yearn. This most any day now.
Sheriff A. O. Andreu will be
idered as constructive ahd putting in a good day's work on great Improvement was brought
Kelly To Run opposed by Mlllard Johns of New ,
"
secured.. New Year's Day. The old saying about largely by the ernest efforts -
ectors reelected are as fol- has it that "What you do on NewYear's ..r.L For School Board of the Democratic admini River who nan been campaigning ....
Dr,' p.- A. Brinson, Marcus Day you'll do the rout of stration. hard ever since his defeat for the :

rowni: J. L. Dart, W. B. O. C. Kelly, of office In 1936. Although Candidate
the year, so most tillers of the young grower "Florida and the Second Congressional i
]It, and W. L. Wall. W. P. soil work hard from daylight to the Brooker section, this week an- Districts' In particular Johns him not officially announced i
i added to the Board and I nounced aa candidate for the It Is u "generally accepted -
was dusk on January 1 In the hope
have I obtlned their shareof
believe
Wakefield Cashier of the that they will be able to tlo the School Board from District 3, most of the Federal benefits fuel" that his hat la In the -1

da National Bank Jackson y same during the remaining days comprising the Brooker, Hampton, several ring '
the
during past years.
replaced Roger' L. Main who of the year. New River, and Graham voting 1'oHSlblllty of a three-cornared "
Federal such the
us
erved as President and DIr a I precincts.In agencies context looms for the office of '{
At left Is pictured F. B. Robinson Home Owner Loan ,
I Corporation
since the bank openedh 77-year-old farmer, as he 1 a prepared statement Mr the Federal housing Administration county judge with K.' K. Perry-
1, 1937. I broke the soil with a hanJplow in I man, incumbent, faced by two
Kelly said: "I was born und reared the Farm Security Administration '
fleers were elected as fol-i preparing a berry patch for fertilizer opponents. Don L. Hoover, present !-
the CCC
-A In Bra d- organization,
( member of the
W. B. Sewell, President Dr at the home of his son-In- the Social Administration City Council ;
-
Prlnson Vice-President and law, D. L. Kite, near Heilbronn.At .ford County, the Relief Security organization the has been "politicking" for months,

Peek, Jr. Cashier. right Is George Cone, prominent graduatedfrom Reconstruction Finance although he has not yet announced -
Corporation
HrookerJunior "in writing," and the name of .!
Bradford County grower, and others have brought .
and his Henry, as they did a High I Mallory Thomas, now a county
us Urges DefeatAntiLynch son. i great benefits to our State. During
commissioner, la also heard In
little repair work on a and later attended
carpenter, I the past year the Second Congressional
connection with this
Bill race. '
[ : tenant house. theBradford District obtained from
Tax Assessor E. W Hayes may ,j
|nator Charley E. Johns yes- soli conservation benefits alone
find competition In the person of t
fcy wired Cong. R. A. Greeng County High I / about o3r>00,000 dollars Our I I L. It. Hill of Lawtey, who mad \
him to do all in his power School. I am rivers and harbors have obtained
the race for this office In 1936.
efeat the anti-lynching bill. ;:; F I 31 years have o faKe liberal appropriation) ; likewise Mr. 11111 has stated he will be a
a
U be remembered that Sena- t.w wife and three have our highways been helped."Probably candidate although he has rot yet

lohna passed in the House of the mont Important put It; down "In black and wblte."
children
am
Isentattves during the 1933 dl, frr homeowner r, Federal enterprise for the entire Present Indications are that

pn of the State legislature a taxpayer, and country for 193 was the Southeast Clerk of the Court A. J Thomas

prlal to Congress urgingto it patron of the Brooker school. I Naval Air Base With the und Tax Collector C. A. Knight
defeat the anti-lynching connected with loyal assistance t of Duval County will be unopposed which fact accounts
have been closely
{which was then before con- r for severalyearn. property, owners and other citizens for the smiles. on the facesof
school
operations
The followlng.js the con- r of our District, we were ableto these two gentlemen In recent
the board
My father wan I
of Senator Johns telegram: obtain this. establishment for weeks
member from this district. at hU
strongly urge to raise yourin death I wa once appointed and Duval County. It will develop George H. Inman who represented -
the Halls of Congress r into probably the Urgent Naval Ilradford County at the
twice elected trustee of our
i 1ft the anti-lynching bill. Thin air station In the world and will 1939 Legislative session, has indicated
school, and I fully appreciate the
most vicious piece of Leglsi 'A have great economic and national that he will again seek
confidence shown In me by my
.h
directed at the solid south defens...benefits for the Second the office. If he is to have op.
friends. If elected I pledge myself -
the days of Emancipation.Indeed An Industrious group made sausage at the home to strive for the bettermentof District. position it has not yet been un-

deplorable that such of Tully Norman on New Year's Day. From left our schools." "If I am continued as Member covered.

anon should divert the at. to right they are: Dorothy Norman Mrs. J. N. of Congress from our district, my' The locally politically-ambitious

on 'of our law makers while Norman, Mrs. Tully Norman. Mrs. L. G. Norman T. J. Moore, and assistant Harry Brandenburg, efforts will be earnest, sincere are thus far graciously accedingto
clouds hover dangerously Tag Sales Slow and for possible the old tradition that Bradford
and William Thornton. Making tasty sausage las set put shrubbery at Mr. Moore's'attractive farm aggressive every
the American Nation and In- and and Union Counties should take
As Deadline NearsTax Federal help and benefit pro I
good a way as any to start the New Year right. near )fellbronn.x .
ial problems need to be tection for the district. I was : turns In sending a man to the

d." Collector C. A. Knight described born and reared In our district i State Senate. Three aspirants

automobile license tag and have lived there all of my have announce'! to date--all from

rnberg 1 Chairman sales as "rather slow" yesterday, life. There Is nothing hidden In Lake Butler They are: Drew' !

and stated that so far only 244 my record; It Is an open book. The Dukes Hal Y Malnes. and Math i iJ.

Birthday Ballt I plates. have been purchased. "The people of our district have been Sapp.

Sternb rg' this week acceptic tag deadline U Monday January kind and good to me and for this All members of the Board of

appointment aa Bradford! .u 15." he said, "and all automobiles, I am profoundly grateful. Such County Commissioners and the

ty chairman of the 19401 trailers, and trucks must display errors an have been made have School Hoard will probably seek:

day Ball for the President. I I the black and white 1940 lags ben of the hand and not of the re-election with the exception of

celebration which has come after that (date, unless Governor heart. My experience and senior those who plan to enter other

cent years to be known asf' 1 Cone extends the deadline ity enable me to serve, I believe, races. Newcomers are; T C.
weresold efficiently than at timeIn Chastain, who has announced a.i
social event of the year" will "Last year over l.BOO tags more any
Id the latter part of this 4 4 In Bradford County, and, with the pant. I have kept faith commissioner from District 4, and

h be this figure in view, we have a with the people of the district and A. A. Durden from District 3. In
--the definite date to 4
+ 4 lot of tags to sell between now this I shall do In the future 1 the School Hoard race the new
aced later. I Ir. W
4 1 '. and Tuesday If the deadline Is not "Local conditions and local affairs blood so far is l : J. S. Norman District -
Sternberg has managed
I!, extended." Governor Cone last In our nation are improving; 1; and Frank Abernathy and
day Balls here In the past
f they have always been huge i q j ;- year extended the time limit fif- and great progress for better I I I O. C. Kelly both from District 3.

leases. The public look gd ors 't wy. -.,.rJSwt. er. a teen days. "Only 181 car tAgS S3 times, better conditions and greater -'! Followed with a grout deal of '\
truck tags, and 10 trailer tags freneflts:: IK hoped for and to be' Interest by localites la the Con-

be rard near to another future. gala evening I Jerry Davis, 13-year-old son of Wash Davis of Herman Thomas and son. Carl clear brush from I have been purchased no far In I expected. About three-fourths of I.I greasional race which Is already

dance go to aid the Heilbronn Springs plows a good straight row as along their fence line In preparation for burning I this county" the Tax Collector I the world's population Is engaged furnishing plenty of conversa-

on Infantile paralysis.natlonall I his way of starting 1940 in the proper manner. a field. concluded. (Sontlnued on page eight). (Sontlnued on page eight) 1


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i PACK TWO BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH: 8TARKJB, FLORIDA FRIDAY, JANUARY: lY

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ii'', Supreme Court Justices Say, "No, No! Holding Election, $2.00; L. L'I I Some Of The Facts Each Of Us CommissionersHave
I Norman, Holding Election, $2 ;
II Youth And Age Can't Make A Go!" Drew Reddish, Holding Political PotBy I Should Know About Pasteurized MilkA Brief Session !

$2.00; A. Russell Norman, Hold-
The Florida Supreme Court affirmed In the future. She chews gum Ing Election, $2.00; M. L Johns M. M. Smathers vast quantity of milk la con- as outlined by the U. S. Public Following are the nunj

1 a divorce decree last week while he smokes a pipe. At the Holding Election, $2.00; J T. sumetl each year by the people of Health Milk Ordinance, "The the meeting of the Board of L Lty t

and put Into Its official table, she calls for calories and Barnes'!, Holding Election, $2.00; It will probably be promptly de- our community and therefore we terms "Pasteurization", "Pasteur- Commissioners held here

lengthy philosophical dlscuswloa vitamins; while he calls for hog George Cone, Holding Election, nied from several sections of should be well acquainted with ized" and similar terms shall be uary 1: '

concerning the folly of youth nnd hominy. She like rag time $2.00; E. C. Lewis Holding Election South Florida, but it is a grow- this food that Is so rich In vitamin taken to refer to the process of Lem Brown and E. B

mating wilt age. and he prefers 'In the Sweet By '2.00; Lester Crosby, Hold- ing rumor that Charles Francis content. Particularly shouldwe heating every particle of milk or ney of Sampson asked for m ,

I Albert Diem divorced Erma and By.' I Ing Election, $2.00; S. L. Crews, Coe, lawyer, author and a candi- be concerned about the purityof milk products to at least 143 degrees assistance In handling the

I DiemIn", Volusla county, charging "She can dance all night but Holding Election, $2.00; N. G. date for the United Sates Senate the milk that we and our chil- Farenhelt, and holding at Colonel Crosby, an aged In c.*!,

WI : her with extreme" cruelty. She nature drives him In with the I Moodey, Holding Election, $2.00; has already been promised ap- dren consume. For while pure, such temperature for at least 30 who receives 15.00 Old *

'4 denied any cruelty, her lawyers swallows. Unless he be her father W, R. Lazenby, Holding Election, proximately 60.000 Republican 1 clean milk Is one of the greatest minutes, or to at least 160 degrees slstance per month but Who Age

appealed to the supreme court, > there ia in he very nature I $2.00; R. M. Calney, Holding votes In the first primary. It factors In the building: of strong Farenheit, and holding at poor health and unable to

where they lost. Chief Justice of the situation, little about an I. Election, $2.00; H. B. Crosby seems) that the "seven wise men" and healthy bodies, yet milk that such temperature for at least 15: a boarding place. The Board

t ;' Clenn Terrell wrote the opinion. old man to excite the Interest ofa Holding Election $2.00; J. K. who rule the destinies of the has not been carefully produced seconds, in approved and properly no action in the matter,

\ Define Extreme: Cruelty young woman and unless he lain Douglas, Holding Election, $2.00; Republican party In Florida pro- under the most stringent sanitary, operated equipment. James Alexander

"Any habitual indulgence on the market for a good nurse, C. L. Atkinson, $2.00. mised to register the votes as observance is an outstanding Properly Pasteurized milk has his name was stricken having froj

,',\"' I the part of one !spouse! that there Is no basis for an old man Lawrence Wiggins, Refund of Democrats In the primaries on the carrier of germs. Thus, In order I then these two most important Pauper Roll; the
causes mental torture, undeimlnca to become enamored of a young i of the rich of of allowan.
Taxes as Provided by act of Leg- cold blooded assumption that 50,- to reap the reward I factors that being first all Mrs. Marion Gatlin was
.' (r' the health! or tends to dethronethe woman. I lature, $31.90.Gassett 000 votes would win the nomina vitamin content of milk we should Grade A Raw milk and that of tinued as she has dl!
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reason of the other," said the I "Furthermore, there Is no biological : tion. Just how well the story drink it daily. And likewise. In NOT being boiled. For properly allowances of Mrs remarried
: court, "Is sufficient to constitute ground on which such a Hardware Store, Supplies will go over In the "Cracker"counties order to avoid any 111 effects pasteurized milk is not milk that I and Mrs. Pinkie B,

t I! extreme cruelly" as ground for Jl- union may bn expected to wear. : $1.80. of the state Is somethingthat from contaminated milk we oughtto has been boiled, thus destroyingmany I discontinued Georgian aa Thornton

vorce. I Man In his late fifties and up Transportation has begun to worry Coe be exceedingly careful concern- of its most valuable vita- ed from the they have

"From all the record discloses." : doesn't derive his pleasures from T. T. Blackburn, $2.00; Ed backer It will be rememberedthat ing the purity of the milk that min contents, but Grade A Raw County.

i Justice Terrell continued!, "the ,. the same sources that he did In I Torode, $15.80; Quigley & Davis, Coe announced from Paris, we do drink. milk which has been heated to the Lonnie Thornton was plat!

;Y t parties to this cause were so fart I his thirties. ,' $19.27; Register Motor Co.. $20.- when there were plenty of well- There are two distinct groupIngs correct temperature (not below the pauper roll at JZool
variance In age emotions, ate "Time has exacted its toll and 15; Shell Oil Co., $124.24; Standard would have month, Mrs Nina B. Llles.
)!! wishers in Florida who of sweet milk as outlined by 143 Fnor above 160 F), thus
r plrationtt and outlook, that there the net result of such exaction : Oil Co., $124.02; A. J. he had waited and lowed 15.00: per month and
J much rattier bacteria
the United States Public Health destroying any dangerous -
I'{ was no common ground on which has thinned his hair, lengthenedhis I Thomas, $2.25; M: Thomas, $3.50; made his statement from Smith's Manuals and the Florida State but not in any way affectingthe Hunt was allowed 329:*..,
);i their differences might be fused. waist line, shortened his wind, : J. L. Anderson, $88.82; Conso- small back- month.
: fishing camp, or any Board of Health ordinance: that rich taste and health-giving
The hymeneal vow counted for chilled the enthusiasms of his lidated Automotive Transp., $21.- : Mrs. Julia Bryant and
woods place. of Grade"A" Raw and of Grade qualities of the milk.
nought. They reached the point youth and dulled or frozen other 60; George Flynn, $10.00; C. J. Kate Starling asked the asu
1 I "A" Pasteurized. In producing The advantages therefore of *
that everything the one did Irritated attributes. Science knows no Powell $6.00; J. E. Adkins, $40.- 14 down, of the Board In securing
1 You can put January both of these types of Grade"A"mUk Grade A Pasteurized milk over e
the other both wound up in ,. process by which these may be. 00; J. E. Adkins, $40.00; Lester as another date to look forward to, who any other type or grade of milk ment In the W. P. A.
f the hospital. They annoyed each restored but with it all, there Is ''I Slade, $57.06; Mary Williams, only dairymen have Room. The matter
II 'I. for unless something goes amissbetween followed the laws Is readily seen. "Several was ref,
other to distraction talking about yet In his sky a cloud with a silver $18.00; Mrs. G. W. Rhames, $10.- now and then Senator exactly many years I.| to the W. P. A. for investlg
this allowed ago the Public Health Service ;
and when this lining. His mental curve has 00 Nelson J. E. concerning production are
their ailments appeal ; Green $75.11; William C. Hodges of Leon Coun- ''and report.
conducted an Intensive of
to mark their bottles study
I' she had been not taken a downward plunge. Brown, $40.00 W. O. so
was taken yet ; Collins
will throw his hat into the gub- !I The Board
I
ty and literature. Grade"A" Raw about 3,700 children to determine met again We
: treated 12 different doctors."But Henceforth his pleasures must be $51.61 Tomlinson
tN by ; Roy $83.12; I
1 ernatorial It will be re- day afternoon
ring. ,
whether those who January
: milk be defined that milk drank heated j,, |
as
may
; this often happens when of the mind and(I If he reacts phil Elam Lewis, $40.00;, Frank Nor-
) t' membered that the Senator wasbarely milk ( ) Ithe] purpose of selecting
pasteurized fared
,I; an old! man plunges Into the matrimonial osophically to this state, he justifies man, $30.00; Nelson Moore, $20.- second I produced by healthy (and regu- actually n
of the for
nosed out the
less well than those who drank Circuit Court jury I
::1, pool with a young wo his creation in the Imageof 00; Andrew Redding $30.00; T. T. larly tested) cow8 under the I
primary four years ago by Governor raw milk. The of _
of result the
" highest requirements health
.. man. They are the product of dlftil' God. Blackburn, $37.60; J. S. Austin I
Fred Cone. He will to the
ferent cultures and $6.35 H. C. Ed go and sanitation invoked by National. studies showed that the average I Merit System Exam
I .: experience Cruelty Is relative wrote Justice ; Kelly, $35.00; from an inside position for
teaches that their nature do not Durbin $32.60 Richard Walton post State and City laws, and under weight of the children receiving
r. ,
'
Ten ell, adding "a wife that ; On
Is old February
he widely 24th
an campaigner I II conditions in which milker raw milk 33.2 pounds, whereas
the I was -
I'rl til' always fuse easily. chews tobacco may strain the connubial $3305; Ned Berry, $2.00; Levy known, and to his friends he Is I
f No Biological Ground relation and the husband Norman, $4060; W. E. Sapp, $17.- I: "Homestead Bill." a title given milk place, storage rooms, and the average weight of the children Merit System Examination!*!
has all of receiving heated milk
delivery service met was
i "He lives In the,past; she lives that dips snuff may do likewise." 10; Chester Andrews, $71.62; : him because of his fight for the 33.6 also the positions of visitor, unit |
Swearingen Kelley $25.00 L. R. these laws. No less stringent are pounds; the average
; I
:: ; i enactment of the present homestead the laws governing the productionand height of the children receivingraw ''ervlsor, and district director]
Starling. $42.60
Warrant K. Kite I ; Ellery Sapp, laws of the state.
Kirkland, $5500 $10.00 :
; ;
', List $27.25; Wade Casklna, $27.60; R. distribution of Grade"A" Pas milk was 37.4 inches whereasthe the State Welfare Board will

Pitt Newsom, $10.00; C. J. j V. Alvarez $72.38 C. J. Crews, teurized milk. The United States average height of the children -[ held February 24. The
: For School Board Powell $1855; Quigley and Davis I I( ; It may happen before this Is des
heated
I Public Health Service Milk Ordi- receiving milk was
$20.00 Earl Green A.
$61.11 A.
J. ; ; but Governor Fred for filing applications Is mldrj
$244.37; Carl Ritch $7883; W. published, 37.5
December 1030 Edwards, $87.62 Sam Mott nance of 1939 describes Grade inches. Futhermore from theparents'
Roberson, $3000; Sapps Store, ; $40.- Cone is reported to be at the January 15: and interested k
"A" Pasteurized milk follows report it found that
as : was
00 A. L. Green
Dint Hot $14.00 H. E. Tucker. $1467 A. ; $70.36; Charity cross roads of political decisions. ,I '
; ;
I cants
Williams $35.00 H. G. Alderman "Grade A Pasteurized milk Is the children who drank raw milk I are asked to file ap
.. Howard Summers, cleaning cess J. Thomas, $4.60; R. R. Thede, ; After a meeting scheduled to be
$15.00; L. O. Jones.. $6.35; O. L. Grade "A" RAW MILK which has suffered with communicable diseases -i tions as early as possible.
: $9.10 H. C. Wall $213.61 E. A. held in Fort Lauderdale the first
pool at Lawtey, $30.00; 1. W. ; ; '
I been Pasteurized, cooled and hot-I more frequently than the
Underhill Earl Green I
f n Winkler $8.05: Olin W.. White, $32.61; $3.- of the week It is arranged for Qualifications for the via
Berry Wood, $22.50; Peat CI.Itt.I' -, 00; E. Lennon, $5.20.Teachers been pasteurized, cooled, and bottled children who drank heated milk
fis. $27.50; Pitt Newsom, $6.00; $1.00; J. H. Walnwrlght, $12.00; him to nay definitely whether he1 i in a milk plant conforming only. The final conclusion of the examination specify high I
N. D. Wainwright $39.00 C. W. Salary will be candidate for the place otl
Zenous Williams, $300; E. M. ; a to all of the following items of study was that, taking into ac- graduation plus two years
$10.00 Cecil Whitehead E L. Williams, $100.00; Mrs held Senator Andrews, or I
Manning now by
Bennett, Janitor Service, 140.00; ; sanitation". The Items referredto count the average supplementary lege or four years of experf.
t.I' $3000; W. E. Hall Holding Elec- E. C. Long, $3.20; Irene Lewis\ to retire to his banking business
K. M. Bennett $10.00; H. C. I include the health of the cows American child diet, children who In related fields ]
', I tion, $2.00; C. R. Swindle, Hold- $3.20; Mrs. N. J. Johns, $3.20; and law practice when the gub- or an equiv
Green. Janitor Service $41.00 fed
milk
; producing the milk, the health are pasteurized thrive as
Ing Election $2.00; A. L. Sulli- Mrs Nona Priest, $8.20; Mrs. J. ernatorial term expires next Jan- I combination, college and e i|
: Lee Galney, Janitor Service, $40.- and cleanliness of the dairyman well or better than children) who
' van, Holding Election, $2.00; W. P. Wyrlck $7.12; Mrs. Beatrice uary. Reports have been creep- lence. An age limit of 21 a
00; N Thomas, Janitor Service fed
; the type and construction of the are raw milk, and contract
'r I S. Sibley, Holding Election, $2.- Motes $20.79; Mrs. C. W. Chalker Ing into Florida's capitol city for Is in force for persons who I
$65 00; Ebb Thornton, Janitor milk certain
house, cooling plant, sterilization communicable diseases
, Service 00; A, C. Hall Holding Election, $11.88; Mrs. Grace Williams, some time that political leaders had no social work expert
; $40.00 Brady Bryant, I less
; process, containers, and frequently. (Quotationsfrom
$2.00 W. H. Griffin $9.49; Irene Lewis $8.08; Nor- the state have not taken
,I" ; Holding over yet Paid, full time social work
Janitor Service $4500 E. Lennon
U. S.
; the delivery of the finished Public Health series).
;. Two days janitor service, Election, $2.00; T. J. Perry, Hold- man Johns, $125.00; Mabel Wall his trial balloons seriously. A duct. pro- Consumers may assure perlence within the past ten y

; $500; Albert Starling Repairs at Ing Election, $2.00; Percy Griffin $6.15. tour recently made by one of his yes that the milk them8el-1 Is required for the supervlij
b Holding Election, $2.00; N. H. B. Wiggins. $69.66; Mar- deciples la said to have Influenced Pasteurized milk then la Grade they I positions.
Lawtey $14.00; A. C. Pearce Repairs I been thus properly
at Lawtey, $1400; Brad-:I D. Wainwright, Holding Election, garet Whittemore, $57.00; Floy some of the governor's friends to A Raw milk which bas met all by purchasing only Grade safeguarded A Pas 1 I 'Application\ blanks and furl

ford County Telegraph, 4.05: ; !I, $2.00; P. Gasset, Holding Elec- Sullivan, $60.16; Ophelia Bryan advise that he not enter the cam-J: these sanitary conditions and has teurized milk as defined and Information concerning the qf

Brownlee Bros., $4.50; Bradford I I I tlon, $2.00; R. L. Lee, Holding $69.66; I. B. Cody. $123.50; Cath- palgn. i: further gone through a process ommended the United rec- 'flcatlons and examinations
by
ti; Hardware Co.. $17.20; Cohen Bros. 'i i'i! Election, $2.00; P. D. Reddish, erine Young, 91.83; Emma Hill F that will kill any germs that Public Health Service. States be obtained by writing to I

$4481; City Light & Water Holding Election, $2.00; W. J. $7283; Blanche Edwards, $76.00; Jerry W. Carter, railroad commissioner might endanger human health. Merit System Committee, PJ

119.46; G. B. Colson, $1.15; Edwards Nettles, Holding Election, $2.00; Joyce Futch, $95.16; Jewel Rob true to predictions in) This process includes the takingof Engraved sympathy acknowledgements Box 989 Jacksonville, Florid i

.R/ Naval Stores, Fence, $33.- J, A. Harnage, Holding Election, I erts, $79.16; Mrs. L. H. Futch thiEf column Is going to get into';' the freshly produced Grade A Inexpensive. Bradford -'from the District Welfare Ofj

i :. SO; Fla. Power & Light Co.. $164.- $2.00; L. S. Norman, Holding $79.16; Helen Cody, $79.16; Eu- the senatorial fight. He milk and following this; procedure I I County Telegraph.! Green Cove Springs Florida.f

00; Gulf Oil Co. $605; Gaasett Election, $2.00; F, A. Scott, Hold- nice Kelley, $7600; Lois Mayes, ed that early last week Indlcat-\\

l" Hardware Store, $133.55; Lee ling Election $2.00; J. L. Harrell $73.00; Lillie McRae, $72.83; lando when he said

Galney. .75; Greens" Store, $24.85; 'I Holding Election, $2.00; R. A. Ruth Frazier, $60.16; Ernestine doubted If "even my best friends

'ii' Fete Griffis Wool $6.00; Eddy Blanchard, Holding Election $2.- Budillngton. $7300; Jessie Lee could keep me- out." Characteristic -

\ Hartman $50.00; Hart Furniture 00; V R. Reddish, Holding Elec- Lazenby, $72.83; Norman Johns, Carter way of saying he would

r Store $43.95; I. B. Harrison, I tion, $2.00,; O. J. Phillips, Holding $82.83; Luvertla Shepherd $69.- run.

I. $2.00; M. L. Johns!, $6.00; J. T '' Election, $2.00; S. C. Alvarez 66; Mae Wells $66.50; Martha CHEVROLET TRUCKS
,;& Wells $1333; Pearl Norman. In the gubernatorial race you

.Jl $50.70; Arthur McRae, $66.83; may expect the usual number of

Essie Crosby, $43.33; Beverly "gravy train" candidates to an-

Cady $55.33; G. E. McGauley, nounce. In case you do not know
,
$92.83; Harmon Morgan, $72.83; what a "gravy train" candidate Is, I .

r, Muriel Norman, $66.50; Sorchle just watch around until the cam- C- 4A

CROW o Baird $66.50.AnnIe paign Is well under way. Some of

I" V Laura Morgan $76.00; the boys not doing so well will\

Melva Han-ell, $53: .83; Melvin drop out. Just what happens Is

; Futch. $82.50; Mabel Wall. $81.-I usually this: They promise to

UP QUALITY 87; Florence Brown. $63.33; Carl swing their crowd to a more popular -
w TH II Roberta, $5000: ; E. L. candidate for a promise of P
wllllnms'l '
j; or CROWN GASOLINE $216.66: J. H. Atkinson ; getting some state appointive

"( 4 J, M. Whittemore, $83.33; Evelyn plum. Often It works. More n

A' but NOT the PRICE Stump, $72.83; Alice Fernandez I often it doen not.I00TSEY'S.

$69.66; Eva Anderson, $72.80; ---

4.yl. : DaiRY Fisher" Salary. $80.00; BEACH

Daisy Fisher $1500; Vernu Dem- By Miss Effie CrawfordMrs. I s
t tI
I orest, $79.17; Rosalind Williams z

$79.17; Mrs. S. S. Dowllng./ $101.- H. B. Johns visited the

33; Lester Sponholtz, $82.31; bedside of her daughter-in-law,

Blanche Vamlivtere, $66.50; Lucile Mrs. Lee John of Live Oak, last
'Kennedy.: $66.50; Eunice Searing, week.

PERFORMANCE AT $79.17; Grace Wainwright, $79.17;
Luther Chlsm and A. J Craw
,/ ".,' *i .. '""' *;4'.f" : Edna Hart $79.17; Lucile Edwards -
ford were visitors to Jackson- S
,;: $72.83; Willie Mae Hln-
ville Friday.
?11" eon, $72.83; Evelyn Hitch. $69.66
Iyt. PRICE ; Miss Inez Rosier was visiting Best"Haulers. Best
,
'{". Ethel Biggs./ $6966; Ruby LIHey. in Gainesville Sunday afternoon. Savers
$88.66; Madge Mlddleton. $79.17
; Mr. and Mrs. R. N. Crawfordand

-Iff" herd Kitty $79.17 Hogsed; Edna$63.33 Prevatt; Kate Shep-$76.- family had as their guests artd "BEST SELLERS" in the 0Jy All a..weI.I TA... Fan-m Tiwi.P.rrw arise r..

Sunday Mr. and Mia. N. R. Kersey
.v 00. N.. Dee' Tnek. .
', and Mrs. E. E. Yarbroughfrom entire truck field C.e.vrrNNS
Ruby Mae Perkins
$79.17
; "
c"-er.
+1' CROWN %IS MEW Madeline Andrews $66.50; Lf'ola'' Jim near Lawtey Mr. and Mrs. r.rarNw _b Ine
tODU'S Howard and sons, James and
Roberts $7917; Lorraine Smith. HYWI....
Edward and Ada
O. B. Crawford of .
$60.16; Marie Thede. $30.00 Rob-
."t'.j .HIGHER I OCTANEIMPROVED ert Strachan. 65.00: Pearl; St. George, Ga., Emery Howardof Chevrolet-world' |largest builder of trucknow offer It. .T""* '_
;
new line for
CROWN GASOLINE Nassau County Charney Yar- IMO-56 model oa nine wheelbase length, all Nw cwt' vii..
AMTI.KMOCOl.CONTROLLED George. $50 00; E. E. Evans $75.- elllng In the lowest ; Dpy
::1: ( 00; W. W. Green $6000; Mary. E., brough and Ancll Harvey of price rangat .s'., "sti orw..a.?......,

Lewis 50.00; Grace Robinson. Brooker and Mrs. Wilson Griffls EJtra-powerful: Valft-ln-HMd Eatlaee fm.. irT
eitr-.troaft wstr ,,
] of Starke. lIpold Rear .....
Ask
.
VOLATILITY IS GIVEN HIGHEST $5000; A. O. Jenkins $75.00: ; estra-iturdy truck unit throughout .
I o Robert Rosier spent the week- make all the. earYawre.IVt... .
Sarah Jenkins. $4000; Flossie new Chevrolet, glutton* for work, whether you i. ...
"CII.U') end In Hawthorne.Miss choose a Sedan N ...,.
( nAlt.'An Delivery or a Heary '
Duty
; (01.11(11 McLendon. $50.00; M. E. Roberta Cab-Over-Enftlne model. (::.........::
Gaskins w.
AN11-KNOCK RATING $50.00 C. C. Vergie spent Sun- And
;, Anderson $6 .00 Chevrolet, famous
; U-cyllnder:
i economy | the
plus
day night with her sister and rr-n,,"
POWER ] Mabel Richardson. $50.00; Juan- exceptional dependability and long life of Chevrolet truck. c.. Nwr wr.aNm
( .BALANCED Ita Stewart. $50.00 brother-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. Russell mean that all of them
: Geneva Hart-I are miser with your "it .....
when
fiOM IDLING TO HEAVY PULLS) IN ITS LONG HISTORY. Icy $5000: ; Pearl Smith $50,00; Redding of Evergreen. come to gas, oil and upkeep money .,...=... :-:.;,-"- ,.......,.,IIwr ........

; Roosevelt Smith $5000; J. A.I I '72; Bradford County Telegraph Choose Chevrolet truck for
1940 and you choose the _
nation.
PROPERTIES Jones. 1M 00; Annie I Louise| :$6900; Board of Bond Trustees greatest truck slues the beat haulers> beat rovers and "be. _t ____
i. SOLVENT Gaines .1000: ; Carrie Robinson,f 16 .00; Crane Company on Account _11 ra" In the entire truck field! More
CAtlOM DEPOSITS) | I $000; Slmmle Hunter, $100.00; $100.00; Carpenters Medi- ,#ton ."er tilt.

(HIOUCIMO M. ,V. Morrow, $7366: M. W.Ji J ,cal Supplies. $4.40; Canova Phar- "THRifT-CARRIERS

Morrow, $3500: : I. J. Keller. $56-M, I Ned! for FOR THE NATION"
macy Supplies Clinic,
: .POWER FRACTIONS ] STANDARD OIL STATIONS I IMOEtMIUIPt16AlLON 25; I. J. Keller $18.75; Daisy !$709; B'enole Chem. Co., Janitor ?tt N w I4tf CHEVROLET TRUCKS on special display

1; ) FUhrr $1500 I ; Ruby Mae Perkins !Supplies, $2500; Mabel Lewis MTIONAt, TRUCK WEEK at your Chevrol.t d.a1er' JAN.
8 lo 13
:; ( AND DEALERS NOW I Ii $2500.Floy )Salary for Oct. and Nov. $72.OO;

Sullivan. $125.00; E. L. I I !Drs. Mlddleton & Jennings, Clinic
Williams $10000; Florida Bank 1 Expense $5.00. I

i at Starke. $1.603.29; Florida Bank I! Louise Warren Salary. $5000
;
TORODE
STANDAHD OIL" COMPANY I at Starke, $827.38. I.. A. J. Griffls! Salary $12500; CHEVROLET C

!#ji.ef.ti.ipi. n'if.icBr": ** (4 >t ut-i V General France] Peek, Office Work, $15.-
Western t Union, Messages $3..1' :10.
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STAPK BRADFORD'S Health Essentials Industial Class Elementary Echoes Did You Know? PATROL DUTIES ;

_Chief _.____ Jean D..vU{ -
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'In-Chief__..____-_- dayle** H, Harper Sewelldltor BASKETBALL SM.VLLl'OX: Studies BusinessThe FOURTH GRADE NEWS!" Great Brillan has 250 separate ARE OUTLINEDSafety

Patrol ._ Frank Robln.on SEASON BEGINSBoys We started back to school this pollee forces, but one-third of the
of the
__ Arch Thomas Twenty years ago, one Industrial Geography class Boys Will lie
"""" week It is nice to see our friends entire police personnel la In the
Loral Bsnnett most horrible and dreaded of diseases -
h- .\
Busy Keeping
-"L_ Ellmabeth Plummer I And Girls Will was smallpox. It still is of B H. S., Is studying the community and teachers. Every one seems to Metropolitan police force of Lon LookoutIn

y .-. Clara Ma aalnsiElementary and the types of work be- have had a nice Christmas don. Sharp
Play First Game Tonight vaca-
__.. ._ L. M. horrible, but no longer dreaded,
News Against Melrose not because everybody gets vac- ing done in It, The purpose of tion.So! case we have forgotten that

11.Special. Vlda neyoreer.KUUn. worth The Bradford Tornadoes start cinated nowadays, but because this study is two-fold: first, to many of our pupils are out Strawberries belong to the rOMe the school boy patrol is on duty,

rfownsend. Joe Ella Barr. ed their Basketball they've forgotten all about It. know more about and better understand because of sickness. family. let's see what the average Patrol-

yews. Betty Green *. practice Tues- When hard-fighting authorities the community In whichwe The pupils in this room are going man has to do during an average

irn. JackhHAlstin, and day, January 2. The Tornadoes managed to wipe It out after the live second to learn about to start painting soon. In good weather, 32 lakes and I work dayHe goes on duty Mon- .

have only two letter men from last great epidemic everybodywent ; Claude Johns, reporter. 36 mountains are said to be visible day morning at 8 o'clock to ba .

Book Report last year with which to build a away vaccinatedforgotabout various occupations so the students Miss Edwards, teacher from the summit of Snowden, there until 8:30: } on post! one.

team;. however, there are many smallpox. tt is still far will be better prepared to England's highest mountain. I which Is the past on Temple

1UINSON CRUSOE from their minds Those vacci- select their own vocations.In SIXTH GRADE NEWSAt Avenue.At .
good prospects from which to
nations have worn off, and so has this study the class our class meeting the following noon he is on from 12 o'
interest- making
IOU' Crusoe la an pick. They are green men, but Twenty-three percent of the
the memory of why they were put officers were elected for clock until 12:55 then In the aft-
the author, to learn first listed all the kinds of work :
although eager ; so there will be fires and 10 percent of the dam-
there to avoid of the worst
: one this month: ernoon from 3:00 until 3:15 Thereare
and then selected those in which :
It or trouble In
makes more no
_)afoe, teaching them. of disease which in age were caused by carelesssmokers.
a ,
scourges President two other posts he will serve
For Instance they were most interested. They -Marlon Manning.
.
lotonous. Coach Whittemore
was pleased its midest form is of
one deep Vice during the next two weeks which "
Is shipwrecked desired to visit the places where President Merry Beth
toblnson unlnhablt- with the response of the boys pain and suffering, in Its worst the selected work is being done. Knight wilt be a post at (the north end of
..,med upon an when practice was first an- form !is known Variola '
as Major, The Douglas fir Is named for the building.
to build a shelly Groups of from two of six class Secretary-Margaret Monteith. ,
d 1, he has nounced. They have been put fatal almost every time. the Scotch botanist, David Doug- I
In and find food to eat. members secured permission to Treasurer-Steve Weldon During the day he will have
floor drill
through such
as passing Going back to July 1939, there visit and interview Librarian-Abbie las, who visited the Pacific const other duties
the book the author persons en- Dlcandlo, such asr: raising and
his>ugh out and tells over and which, pivoting Is essential and in ball basketball.This handling. may be found In that month's Issue gaged in the chosen occupations. And Girls in (the 19th century lowering the Flag, helping at "

.In how he made his shell- of Readers' Digest, an article: Before going to visit, each person All of the boys enjoyed their atheletlc events, and other times.

remarks about how he ob- past week the boys were "Is Your Family Insured Against of each group wrote out his plan Christmas vacation and are back Grass hoppers can travel at So during 1940 Bradford students "

,''his food. I shaped Into a swell team for their Smallpox, cond e n s e d from telling what he wanted to find out ready for four months work. Each least 10 miles a day, and as far are going to pull together :r

interestingr. first game tonight. Hygeta, written by F. D. Rat- about the work by asking ques- one thinks he will do better work as 215 miles in 14 days accord- to help make their school the

son is a very I like him The new gym in the armory la' cliff. In the article Mr. Ratcliff tions and by observing. After this semester : Ing to tents conducted In North safest In Florida!

The Defoe reason has portrayeda about completed, so the boys can writes: this preparation the class began Mrs. Searing, teacher Dakota. '

use practice some plays.B "One day last year William visiting at eleven o'clock on Mon- Typewriter ribbons carbon
human-like person.
ed very the Island twentyars H. S. appreciates the Na- Hinkley, of Oakaloosa, Iowa, felt day of ,this week, some groups SIXTII GRADE NEWS Copies of the Constitution and paper second sheets.-Bradford

on before he was finally tional Guard's letting the school badly. He had a fierce headache, going each day and then reporting This room has two new pupils. the Declaration of Independence, County Telegraph,

use the new gymnasium. This a backache, and a temperature ol to the rest of the class. The Their other articles, were placed
hadn't had among
I wish he names are Albert Davis and ,
that long, but the author will enable Bradford High to pro- 102 degrees. A doctor might class period Is from eleven to Florence McCulley. We are very In. the cornerstone of the Washington -'n.Jr;8oud.L I'
duce a better team. properly diagnosed Influenza. Buta twelve.
definite reason for letting glad to have them with us.1'e Monument '
and that was Bradford has only ten games few,days later, a rash appeared. The students feel that they have -
lain long,
BO are
schedule at this time, but hopsto William Hinkley had smallpoxthe learned much of interest and actual castle starting our study of The first seeds of the University -
for punishment. life.
obtain more.Following current type of mild, nonviru- benefit and wish to thank all It seems to be very of Florida were sown in 1845 11/k
, have said before, the booker is the schedule lent smallpox that has broken out Interesting.
: persons who have cooperated by when Florida was admitted to the "
monotonous with long, Jan. 12-Melrose-There In hundreds of places In the giving valuable time and explainIng Friday was our Book Day. Union and received a large land "
out descriptions, but I like Miss Kennedy, teacher.
Jan 19.ArcherHereJan. United States Two hundred other
their work to the visitors. grant for the establishment of
y In which the author tells 23--Baldwin-Here people went to bed with the same Grace Wainwrlght, teacher. Wanda Pearce, Dorothy Mott, two schools.

i. He tells it in such a Feb. 2-Lake CityThereFeb. disease before the thoroughly reporters. 2T4l

r that In your Imagination 9-Melrose-Here alarmed townsfolk marched to the .
Madam Booiu to like staying at school better
m see Robinson's home by Feb. 16-Baldwin-There doctor's office to be vaccinated. Meet Our Seniors

i, his home in the country, Feb. 20( '-Alachua-Here "For five years now, smallpoxhas this year than last.
his swine, Dear Madam Boolu: Karl is of those .'
and peopleout
Id of grain, Feb. 26-Lake CityHereFeb been on a steady upward KARl EDWARDS one
I All this former blabbing about of whom It is hard JACKSONVILLE'S
to
27-Archer-There march In this country. Some of Karl Edwards mude his first I get

BO like the way Defoe pic- Mar. 1-Alachua-There our states where vaccination is and lack of brains, terrible worries, public appearance on one of those I much Information, as he iloenn't LEADING HOTEL J ri
such will like
seem sheer ,
like to talk about himself, That'sone
Robinson's life. HeJie not beautiful summer days that come '
early Tonight Starke plays Melrose in compulsory have a higher rate
I nothingness when I make my I of the things C'tlliU1J.-........_ Ira.pnol 11
only in June The many people
kind of boy to staybut the first game of the season. Mel- of infection than most other exact date koMI ..
problem known. Every day J cTh7 k 1
he wants to go to sea. rose has a good team, but will places in the world 1 Last year happens. to be the 13th In the year like about the guy. .h.... .. *>-- &
look It in the
face, and what do I SUMMER :jJ
his father objects to this, find that the Tornadoes are no over 14,000, chiefly in the Middle of 1922 Since then he ban really Hut these things ha didn't haveto ?? ':
? Blanks countless
see Just COMFORT ,
ns away. He is a typical\ pushovers. So everybody come West and Northwest, had small- blanks, and I hit them all, and been places He has lived In tell the reporter: Karl 1 Kd-: .a..with,. 10*ssh.1show. l

almost any period. on over to Melrose tonight to see pox, a disease which could be forever Jacksonville, Starke. R a I ford, warda Is good-natured, has a .......,.na....1Iaa Wad* Sassy: *.* ,

ay, Robinson's servant, Is a the Bradford Tornadoes off to a completely eradicated tf the am Sometimes missing my object. Hampton, Starke agnln, then lust, sense of humor, enjoys leaning on with..........In.MtMM and t.mffmlaap. '
I think maybe I'm .
.
:ter worth mentioning. I good start. simple precaution of vaccination getting to where I can handle this Lawtey, where he has peacefully his flat, has few facial expressions IIanrUoqlc waWrw.vwr5w!

m because he la so humble, The girls are back with their were universally adopted. awful bugbear, but then, alas, resided for four year likes the place where he PO'ULAI-I'UCID'
his life "There is Karl likes footbas like a chicken lives, enjoys life, and doesn't go COCKTAIL LOUNGE and "
hen Robinson saves favorite sport of Bradford High, absolutely NO reason that attitude too often ends up in
him. He for the does scratch feed; he played out of his way to please or displease COFFEE SHOP
very grateful to and expect to do even better than prevalence of smallpox. a complete down-to-earth relapse
oblnson he will remain his last Against its cruel, disfiguring and right tackle on our Tornado team is everybody's friend.
of
I year, failure. Yes, every day I look
... .
OllMf J. I r 4 NM.lt
this
t for life and 1-also..IMke, often lethal wrath science has seaxon. And so, more power to him, ..
Tonight the girls too play Mel- my problem in the.face and sigh .. ..P.n.-Ch.e..r.--M.d Dd.ss--as.
cause he kept his promiseever rose, which has/ a very good team, provided as perfect protection as sighs of the deepest preplexlty. This Lawtey gentleman seems and, if he needs It, good luck! ----- --- -- I t

did anything his mas- but tote Starke girls expect to it has against any disease." I'm continuously striking my

Id him not to do come back with a victory. This "That smallpox is at all pre-:: problem on the surface, and too .

ed the captain, too. He was will take hard work and energy. valent in America today Is only often experiencing woeful results. .

tan Robinson left in care oflanclal but Bradford High girls really because thousands of children go What Is this problem; this mes-

affairs. He was a have that. unvaccinated, and tens of thous- sage of woe this teller of sad

honest man and I am gladson I. The girls participating tonight, ands of adults depend blindly on tales What else could it be buta .:

left his money withno .1 are: the protection they got aa child- typewriter! "J

> like the captain Instead Forwards-Orene Padgett, cap-, ren."The If you can help me overcome
milder
me dishonest type of the disease,
person. tain, Maurice Crosby, alernate which has to this mountain or a trouble, fine.
interesting scene in the captain, Juanita Kalch. Jeanette spread many partsof You will be worthy of unspeakable -
the Is
is the one In which Robin McGauley, and Ferol Jones. i country not necessarilyfatal back-patting.:
but
it is a loathsome and
es these cannibals while Guards-Jeanette Parker, Vir- But-here's what I most wantedto
prostrating disease. The
severe
are eating human flesh. Elsie Bell ask And this dear is
ginia Padgett, Geiger, form, variola major, continues to you. ,
s i a disgusting sight- to Rob- Odessa Kelley, Estelle Mott, and be the most dreaded of scourges.At I the real point of this rattle-dust

as he has never seen any- Myrtice Crosby Ie tel', What IS a typewriter
any time, In areas where vac-
like this before. There are Bit and stare and stare nt It, and
I
cination Is
not practiced
an epi-
her man tied who are to be wonder just exactly what it's all
The Art OfConversation demic capable of killing six out
when the savages are readym. II of every ten stricken may break about, and what makes I it do the / 3ag w; .,

Friday Is one of them, loose. The significant thing about unforgivable things It! does Now ti4w'WI

oblnson saves his life by I Just what would you call such a
the present mild strain is that It
g out of the woods to the By Mary TownsendIn I merciless machine; how would J
Indicates the Immunity of A the ,
and shooting his gun at the YOU describe It'lTypewriter ,
this day of radios, moving' population is low. The ground is -
ala.' This frightens them,
.pictures and rushing around, ready for the great killer tipsy,
y have never seen or heard Alene ("Teddle") Austin.
conversation has/ almost become a "Smallpox is caused by a virusso 1
before. Dear"Teddle"
lost art: and ART is right, because small that It is visible only : ; .
of the interesting facts The first of letter
,' after all, to be able to converse -I under the finest microscope. How part your s
this book isthe way in doesn't make the least sense, I'm ia' h
intelligently Is an art within this potent dynamite Is carried
Robinson obtained his milk, sorry to say, butah, the last
itself. about no one is quite sure prob-
and cheese from the goats : part hits the tin-penny Iron spike ,.
of, ably In countless ways-flies, ,
The trouble with the people IS
Y
ned. He had been on thea right square on the noggin. Lend
today is that they're always in I dust, perhaps even the wind-for 5':
number of before lend
years your ear, your ear (your 4
ught of this, but like any such a big rush; they think they I out cases the pop stricken up spontaneously, with- good one), because I am going to r; t, sit. f ,

human being It took time have no time to carry on an person havingany tell you what a typewriter is: s
Intimate contact with another h'X4
The mem-
n to think of all the ordinary conversation.
convenhe 1 A typewriter !Is a machine on
who Is sick.
rush around all
bers of a family
could have ,in such
a which the
who
day and then come home and eat "Once the virus is in an unvaccinated typewriter type-

supper. After supper, then what? body, it multiplies for writes on the typewriter type-
ugh the book is rather
writes. Now the
from eight to 21 days before type-
If they are all to be home for the any-
nous. the author has slat-
writer typewrites on the *
thing happens. Then suddenly type- t
night, they retire to the living
thoughts very clearly. writer until there is no typewriting -
there Is a violent headache. Anda
Once there, little brother,
rted on, by Loral Bennett, room. backache. Body to be typewritten on the type-
temperature
the
turn on
and sister Maggie
grade English student. writer on which the typewriterwho s
shoots In this early stage the
radio to listen to a mystery pro up.
Big sister, in self-dffense,: doctor can rarely be sure what Is typewrites on the typewriter
will 5-centa gram. .
pay per pound typewrites! :
love; the matter. Then clinching evi- "
lied settles down with a thrilling ,
cotton
rags meeting our Confectionately,
dence-papules-appear. )
brother decides this
aI. story. Big
No buttons old
or
Madam Uoolu.
Is a good time to practice his "These little red welts crop up "i
Bradford CountyTel AM_ ___ _
MWM. B
trumpet, but under the protests of: on the face and wrists later .

the other members of the family.I spreading to other parts) of the I Know Things

Cause into bang-up west-! body. Features become so distorted -
Discomfort he plunges a That You Don'tBy
that the face In almost un-
Instead. Dad settles
ern story ,
behind his evening newspaper recognizable. The crusts which
down Steeplechase! SallyHI
fck relief 666 and mother goes to work oa.. eventually form on the sores may 'r/J

the mberyIt. her embroidery work. Then suddenly -' take as long as 40 days to drop boys and gals

take 666 I it's bedtime. off leaving a horribly pitted skin.. How you all doing these cold
5 a
Blindness frequently results. I days? Even Steeplechase Sally
-
Tablets Salve Nose Where has the evening gone? .
"This is the disaster that millions has been cold lately. Here's hoping -
Drops During this time perhaps thirty
words have been spoken: such as: I'' of people court by not availing for warmer weather. Taste is the charm of Coca-Cola. It

"Johnny turn the radio down; themselves of Dr. Jenner's Freeman I Just want to know ,] Et; '

OUR MILK I've read one sentence over five I protection. For Jenner's vaccine, what you were doing riding never loses the delightful appeal that: first

times." Aside from this, there has scientifically established and universally around In that latest job all by

been little conversation.To accepted, is the -specific yourself Sunday night And who / attracted you. And it never fails to give

I defense against smallpox" was that you honked at so muchon tv;? iI
be a good conversationalist Are B. H. S, student of
discuss goin Walnut Stre..t'lIda de you a happy after-sense complete re
ft you must be able to a courtin or-playing safe

variety of subjects, and you must Lee you'd better watch out freshment. So join the millions who enjoy
you might lose man again. ,
also be a good listener. No one NEW TRAIN 8CIIEDCLE your f

likes to be Interrupted. "Even if NorthboundNo. Gracie Dew, we like that lav- the delicious taste of Coca-Cola and get

eldom Equalledever the subject isn't Interesting to 2 Leaves 5:28: A. M. ,StopsNo. ender dress with white domajunk-

I you pretend it is and lend your 192 Leaves 6:23: A. M. Flag lee In it. (or rather on it). the feel of refreshment. '

Surpassed little in order to make it more No. 108 Leaves 5:36 P. M. Flag By the way Sally certainly I is ,h

Interesting. No. 102 Arrives 1:50: P. M. glad to see Margaret Pearce backIn /

Remember to take a little time SouthboundNo. school. PAUSE THAT REFRESHES

PETERSON'SDAIRY each day to indulge in an intelligent 1 Leaves 11:35 P. )L Stops My time is getting short BOW,

conversation. The whole I No. 191 Leaves 10:53: P. M. :Flag 10, to long till the next time. BOTTLED UNDER AUTHORITY OF TUB COCA-COLA co..BY

world appreciates a good conver-I I No. 107 Leaves 9:30: A. !or. Flag Yours. STARKE COCA-COLA BOTTLING CO.

sationalist. I No. 101 Leaves 7:00: A 3!. Stops -Bally.rJrvw. .

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: I>ACh.. FOUR BRADFORD COUNTY TEUClRAra. STAniUC, FLORIDA FRIDAY JANUARY 12 19

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Even BO, I just can't figure a jitterbug Three Woodmen Branches Legislation DiscussedAt Worship.4 ServicesAt

" SOCIETY and CLUBS In a Jezebel hoopskirt Install OfficersAt Woman's Club Log Cabin Shrine

I can see where dangers lurk in

--.- ___ ____------" oo,___________ ------ ,, -, -..- this influence of movies on styles Club House Friday Mrs. L. F. Chapman, chairmanof Worship services will be C
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Honored Miss Manassa' Honored For Instance, I shudder to The Woman's Club Buildingwas Legislation, a department of ducted at the Log Cabin Shn:
i Spaghetti SupperComplimenting Hride-Elect I I the Starke WJoman's/ Club, had Sunday morning at 11
think of myself in Queen Eliza- the scene last Friday nightof o'clock, i f. r
Miss ManassaMiss With Surprise Shower At Bridge Dessert PartyMrs. beth's red wig! After seeing I the impressive installation charge of the program at the lowing the regular Sunday 8Ch

Mlna Manassa, whose marriage And Bridgearty A. Z. Adkins and Mrs. L. the show Sunday I've been singing service for the officers of the regular meeting held Wednesday session, the Rev. Leslie A Sh--

.: to Mr. Thomas Francis One of the loveliest In the series F. Chapman of the State Farm It "Oh, Errol! Oh, Errol! Woodmen of the World, the Wood' afternoon in the club auditoriumand herd Pastor of the State F'a

:; Grady of Boston, Mass, and Atlanta of delightful parties planned In were joint hostesses, at the homeof Bette Davis was OHHHI"I man Circle Grove, and the Jun- introduced Mr. Chapman, community, announced yeste'ct,

,?: Ga., will be an event of honor of Miss Mlna Manama, the former on Walnut Street, But I doubt if any of the girls I iors of the Forest. i superintendent of the State Pris- A choir of mixed voices will !'

I' January fifteenth in Gainesville, bride-elect of this month, was the Monday afternoon at a lovely noticed It The large auditorium where the''I'' on Farm at Raiford, as the guest slat in the service with
was complimented when Mrs O. surprise handkerchief-hose shower dessert bridge party given in hon- Jus' finished readin' "Kitty three services were held, was attractively speaker. ate music and choral respotti!

j, .I* Beasley, Mrs J W. Klncald. and bridge party given by Mrs. N. or of Miss Mlna Manassa, popu- Foyle" by Christopher Morley and I decorated with red and I Mr. Chapman chose "Funda- A. W Bates will accompany La

Q't': and Mrs. E, L. Biggs were Joint Sternberg, Mrs C. W. Chalker, lar bride-elect. "Men Can Take It" by Elizabeth white carnations and a profusionof I mentals That Have To Do With singers at the piano. Mr She

hostesses at a delightful spaghet- and Mrs. N D. Wainwright Jr.. Narcissi, red rose buds, and red Hawes Enjoyed both greenery The stage, where Our Government" as his topic for herd said that, as In the Pt.

I ', ti supper and bridge party at the at the home of Mrs. Sternberg on berries formed the decorative motif "Kitty F." has taken second placeon the guardian presided and where I the afternoon.The worship services this year at]
Shrine will be of
'I .home of the former on Walnut Walnut Street Saturday after- for this charming party. Red the what-the-publlc-ls-reading- the State officers occupied seatsof speaker handled his subjectin a complete II i

I Street last Friday evening. candles In candelabra, placed to list honor, was made Into a veritable an unique way, numbering each well-prepared nature, and
1
\. ,. noon.Attractive arrangements of added further charmto club member and then turning his residents .are cordially Invited ]
Supper was served In the dining advantage Hope all of you tuned in on woodland scene by the use
" room from a long table, which silvered leaves and Winter greens the large living room where President Roosevelt's platesidechat of bamboo and other greenery, talk Into a round table discussionand attend Sunday, and also
\ adorned the lower floor where the three tables were for the on certain numbers to : guests who may be on the F
was laid with a colorful Mexican placed Monday night Don't ever I Preceding the installation service calling welcome.
I' luncheon set and centered with aII guests were entei rained. guests. answer the questions that he ask- are
j remember enjoying a speech so : Mrs. Maude Andrews, guardIan I .
II I low bowl holding an artistic arrangement High prize In bridge was Upon arrival the guests were much A man after my own introduced the following ed. Some of the questions asked -
! of red carnations and awarded to Mrs, E. L. Biggs, who ,. were: "What is law?"; "How did BuddingtonMcRaeMr.
. served a dessert course consistingof heart-F. D. R. If he ever divorces State officers: Miss Abbie Holden
yellow daffodils. Burning red received a piece of costume jew- charlotte rouse, cake and coffee Mrs. R., think I'll move up i of Jacksonville, State Manager; laws originate?" ? "In the begin- John W. Buddington of i

!I'I {"' ,. candles In green holders and elry. Mrs. Junius M. Smith, carrying out a color schemeof to Washington 'Mrs. Jewel Bray of Ocala, State ning what was the first form of city announces the engages:
I of fern balanced holder of second high, received a government?"! "Why Is the Kingof and
The Individual approaching
: dainty sprays red and white. Personal Nominations: For one Captain; Mrs. A. C. Strickland of marriage oft

',( ., .the central adornment. Gay crystal vase. In a game of bingo cakes were Iced in white and of the most pleasant people I Lake Butler, past State president; England called a king Instead daughter, Ernestine, to'l'

'; sfjesta ware added further charm Mrs. C. A. Knight was presentedwith decorated with red hearts, out- know-Doc: Blasingame For Mrs. Mildred Rivers of Lake But- I of 'emperor' ?"; "What Is the Arthur R. McRae, also of St"

': and color to the perfectly ap- a deck of cards. lining the Initials of the honoree best-dressed attache In any Flor- ler, State Musician; Miss Amy 1 difference between democracy Plans for the wedding have .ijj

t ;.' ..pointed table. Place cards were The shower gifts, which came and her fiance. Favors were ida courthouse Louise Warren Moore of Lakeland, State Direc- I and nazism?" The last question been announced.
.1 I in bridal as a complete surprise to Miss was discussed at length by the .
design.
a marshmallow candle hold-
-
to her novelty For most exotic dark bea>1ty tor of Juniors and Mrs. Vonda ---
Ii Following supper bridge was Manassa her reward, were for presented ers also in the red and white color In town-Mrs. Van Carden Inman. These officers were giv- speaker. Baptist W. M. S. To Meet
a
the conclusion of as winning gameof note. Adding a further festive Mr. Chapman also brought out
and
" enjoyed at For most perfect cameo profile en seats of honor near the guardian. The monthly business
,' bingo. The gifts were openedIn mee
:, the game Miss Manassa was presented air to the occasion were the Mrs. Edward Burns For most the fact that communism wrecks
;*I the dining room on a large of the Baptist W. M. S. will
with a piece of lingerie asher dainty bud vases holding red rose Individualism thereby destroyingthe
round table which was centered raven tressea-Mrs. A. E. McKinney Mrs. Andrews also introduced held at the Church Mondaynoon aft
reward for making high score. buds and fern which centered each nation that practices this form
I with a silver candelabra holding or Mrs. Ernie Dowling Judge A. Z. Adkins, who made a January 13. Circle No,
Monteith holder of table. of He stated that
.Mrs. D. A. government.
'it> white candles and surroundedwith Elegant poesy (lI Inspired by recent brief talk, Dr. W. E Middleton will have charge of the pragma
''If second high, was also awarded apiece dessert the communism is in reality a pro-
an arrangement of tulle and Following guests showing of "On Your Toes": Col. D. E. Knight, the Rev. Frank
\ i : honoree of deterioration of
of The slow manhood -
cess
/; lingeile. dessert narcissI. The gift of the hostess enjoyed three progressions of I think that I have never seen-a Robinson, the Rev. A. E. Light- Mrs. L. A. Caconva, chalrnu

b was presented two plates was a satin sachet handkerchief bridge. Mrs. N. Sternberg, holder foot, and the Rev. Charles Allen. Mrs C. H. Naaworthy, and Jin
1 V: to her selected pattern of china, Pair of legs like on Zorina In conclusion the speaker Earl
of awarded gave Searing.
' holder high score, was a The guardian gave an Interest-
"l' a gift from the hostesses pair of hose while Mrs. E. L. Mat- Next time you have quail, cook restlessness as one reason for the
During the refreshment course > Ing resume of her year's work,, Mrs. Carpenter also announc
.* Enjoying the evening with Miss them the Archibald Johns colonists in America them-
; thews, second high scorer, received way cutting that
I the rooms were darkened and pointing out the accomplishments all yearly reports were to b
I :Ix .Manassa, Mrs. Beasley, Mrs Kin- Stuff with bacon WrapIn selves from England and
box of toilet Mrs. E. away
each table was centered with an a soap. of the circle and thanking the en- filed with the secretary at u
r cald, and Mrs. Biggs were: Mrs. brown Bake in a stated that this restlessness was
L. Biggs won a linen handkerchief paper
old fashioned bilde'a of
and
bouquet tire membership for their splendid February meeting that'otflcers U
F toN.. D.,Wainwright Jr., Mrs. D. A. And call caused much
slow oven by too government,
very very
I narcissi and tulle, holding a burn in the bingo game. Miss Manassa cooperation.First for the new year will b
Monteith, Mrs. O. L.. Haynes, was the recipient of twoof the Carolyn Callstreet! mmmmm and said that the people in
ing white candle resting in a elected.
be Installed the
Mrs. A. Z. Adkins, Mrs. D. B. to were
America today have too
silver holder. goblets of her selected pattern of many
White, Mrs. H. C. Ritch, Miss I Juniors of the Forest, who gave laws He During the social hour tt
I with Miss Manama crystal ware, which: were presented Heard Iota of nice complimentson brought out the fact
1 Playing bridge of their hostesses Mrs. L..A Canova
an ac- Mi
Abbie! Harley, Mrs C. A. Knight, as part .ceremony : ,
i that public opinion a greater
to her the hostess how well Mrs. And- plays -
by as a Wesley
were: Mrs D. B. White,
Mri.. D. P. Carpenter, Mrs. N. curately timed, drill, which N. D. Wainwright, Mrs. O. 1
memento of the occasion., at the Woodman installations part In governing our actions
Mrs. Al Manassa Mrs. J W. Kin- rews presided -
.' Sternberg, Mrs. C. W.: Chalker, brought forth applause from the Haynes, Mrs. W. L. Wall,' Mrs. ',
than
;! other factor and
ig and Mrs. L. F. Chapman, 6f' the caid, Mrs. J. M. Darby, Mrs. S. Those present to enjoy the party last Friday night onlookers. Miss Doris' Dyal act- warned any his one K. McClane, Mrs. W. E. Murph
hearers that
':''! State Farm. L. Peek, Mrs. J. E. Wilson, Mrs.' with Miss| Manassa, Mrs. Adkins, Everybody said how pretty she Ing as installing 'marshal pre- this Mrs. P. D. Fancher, and Mrs t

Junius M. Smith, Mrs. J. W. and Mrs. Chapman were: Mrs. N. looked, too .., And who is this sented the following to Mrs. In- (forming public opinion) Is their C. Buford, served tempting h

Andrews, Mrs. Jack Williams, Sternberg, Mrs. E. L Biggs, Miss newcomer, Doris Dyal, who seemsto responsibility. He advised the freshments
State Farm Woman's Club > man, who had charge of the Jun- of cake, hot coffee at
i1" Mrs. O. L. Haynes, Mrs. E. L. Abbie Harley, Mrs. Al Manassa, be so active in the "Junior" ior Installation: Bobble Cammeron members to form public opinionon mints.

,Held Meeting Tuesday Biggs, Mrs. H. C. Ritch, Miss Mrs. D, P. Carpenter, Mrs. Jack organization here ? CertainlyIs past president; Albert Wood- three Important creations; .

The regular monthly business Abbie Harley, Miss Evelyn Stump, Williams, Mrs: C. A. Knight Mrs. attractive-rand such poise for ard, president Garnlta Hutto, namely: creation cf a women'sprison Wedding Invitations a epeclali!

, meeting of the State Farm Wornan's Mrs. A. Z. Adkins, Mrs. R. H. C. Ritch Mrs O L. Haynes, : one so young Hope I see vice-president; Doris Dyal, secre- ; creation of a "first offender's" Printed, engraved, or embossed

' t' Club was held Tuesday afternoon Kldd, Mrs. CX- A. Knight, Mrs. G'I Mrs. N. D. Wainwright Jr., Mrs. : more of her .,... tary; Ida Lee Silcox, attendant; prison; and creation of Bradford County Telegraph.
I a parole board.Concluding .
, In the club rooms, with Mrs. L. Matthews, and Mrs. L. D. A. Monteith, and Mrs. E. L..J These youngsters! "Sister" Dorothy Manning, assistant at-

Robert Kite, the club president, 'Chapman of the State Farm. I Matthews. Brown and her mother (Mrs. M. tendant; Lillian Thomas, color the program Mrs. 1..illimmiiiuiiiiiuiiuiiiiiiiumiiuiuiiNiw/ / NINIIINNNNNIIIIIINIXIYNG.i .
L. A. Canova, chairman of music
presiding. An unusually large F.) called at .Hazel Matthews' bearer; Dorothy Johns, banner ,

.f' number of members were present Carolyn Callstreet tether/day at lunch time In bearer; Thelma Manning, chap- presented the State Farm Roberta who Whitfield played as of a i f 'J'fowE. i.'

: : for the meeting, and the ex- her most hospitable, manner Hazel lain; Ovaida Thomas, captain; solo I
piano "The Skaters" Wald-
ecutive committee held a brief asked "Won't you have a lemon Edna Mae Moseley, inner guard; teufel) and Miss Jean Davis( who ) Speak A -Silent

"i": session before the business meeting custard, sister?" Without a Elnor Bennett, outer guard; Languageof

I\ was called to order. She Recommends The "Arch Johns "'au'- . bat of her big blue eyes .the tiny- ERse Green, musician; Freddie gave enne"two(Godard piano) numbers and "Venltl- r

11 After current matters were disposed mite replied "No thanks, ,but I'll Wimberly. East Wind; Betty Jean "Butterfly"Grieg )1 'Beauty
H'lo folks Well, repercussions fact that bolitrous bovines dine ( ). .
of, a delightful social hour have a cup of coffee, if you don'tmind" Wade, West Wind Ruth Powell,
I:-' was enjoyed,, during, which a'f are still cussing from my sumptoualy almost every night on North Wind; and; Alice June Following ,the program Mrs D. ,t. I .of Lout, 'f ;
handpicked list of ten "most men- her choicest P. Carpenter 1st
shrubbery Can'tsay vice-president,
salad served the
course ,was by That
I tionable" localitea In last week's Wishing: WRUF would Harding, South Wind. conducted the business of
'f hostesses for the day, Mrs. R. H. that I blame here Must meeting.Mrs. Sympathy
issue Bill Graham, says ElmoStruth'll be disheartening to struggle with lose Its recording of "Wishing" Next In line were the officersof M. F. Brown, secretary,
Cox and Mrs. Mabel Strlngfellow.
,.1 never forgive him for plants and flowers and have them It was a good tune, but they the Circle, who were Installedby read the minutes of the previous FOR EVERY FLORAL, '
P The next regular meeting of the
Into first Well play It much too often Con- Mrs. Strickland, Mrs. Bray, and Mrs.
club will be held Tuesday Jan- nosing place end up only as cow dessert meeting E. K. Perryman NEED, CALL
23, when the monthly don't take it too seriously, dear Was I dreamln', or did the city gratulations, Mrs. Fernandez! Mrs. Inman, and Mrs. 'Rivers: read the treasurer's report.
uary pro-
gram will be presented. readers t And. my advice is, If erect a fence several years ago It isn't everybody who can fail The following assumed the Miss Mina Manassa's resignation MRS. L. G.
window and
you wanna get your name In for the purpose of keepin' bossy through a plate glass duties of their respective officesin as treasurer of the club was :

I::1 Carolyn Callstreet, all you gottado in her place-which Is definitely I come out without a scratch the very impressive ceremony: read and accepted. Mrs. H. C. POWELLPhone
,; St. John-Strickland r I
is get out and do sumpln OUTSIDE! More uniforms in town: This time Past guardian, Mrs. Maude And- Ritch was appointed treasurer for ; '

H; Miss Doris Strickland, daughter (Sometimes you don't even haveto Condiment Curiosity: Gene Mat- its Richard Vincent St. John In rews; guardian, Mrs. Eunice Wil- the remainder of the club year. 123-J .

of Mr. and Mrs C. B. Strickland ilo anything, if you' can get a thews takes his pie with a pinchof the dark, dark, blue of UncleSam's son; Mrs. Jessie Crosely, advisor; Mrs. Carpenter appointed the Telegraph Service

:r of Starke, and Edwin St. John, few good rumors Parted on your- salt Well, I never (nor you Navy Mrs. Lulu Hutto, secretary; Mrs. following nominating committee: mimliMiiiiiiiiilmmn'iiiimiumml''iiiimlttittiiiiiiiiimuiimi' '' | htelw' ',mj'1t

,L son of Mr. and Mrs. V. S. St- self) either, I hope) When pie is See where they're serving chit- Louise Williams, banker; Mrs -

V'' John also of Starke, were married Hope you're all enjoying this served at the Rotary Club every t'llngs at the Jackson Day Dinnerin Mae Bryan, chairman of auditors; tNaf

; Sunday, January 7, In Palatka. winter weather Surely does body passes Gene a salt shaker Atlanta If Jeanette Kin- Mra. Rosa Goodman, 2nd auditor; We Spare No Expetu! or Effort to

,'p Mrs. St. John, an, attractive make that Roan Turner country W. P. Smith always eats two des- caid and Margaret Duncan attend, Mrs. Ruby Hayes, 3rd auditor; Bring the Finest Stag Entertainment

'r" blonde, was graduated from the sausage taste good But oh serts when he can snitch 'em you'll know the reason why! Mrs. Pauline Crosely. attendant; to Jacksonville That I. Touring the

i' Bradford County High School in how I hate to get up In the morn- Add cold coffee drinkers: Frank Herbert Hart Is actually wear- Mrs. Lois Mayes, assistant at- u Nation Are .Presented. Sneh Grand In Stage Shows
Wash.
t the class of '39. .For the past in' In fact, I hate it so bad, Landrum and Elizabeth Nas- Ing those giddy socks he fell heir tendant; Mrs. Frances McIntyre, ington, Nl. Loafs and Chicago Other Large

.!t year she has been employed In sometimes I almost don't worthy I to at the Rotary. Club's holiday chaplain; 'Mrs. Ethel Raymond, Cities at Popular Prices.

Jacob's Department Store. "Twad quite a frosty frost Tues- Surprise shower Mrs. N. gift exchange I have a better inner sentinel; Miss Ollle Marr,

)';i Mr. St. John was graduated day ayem At first glance it i. Sternberg Grace Wainwright, Idea, Dink Why not put 'em outer sentinel; Mrs. Vergle Barks- How About Starting to Plan Right Now?
;'i from the Callahan High School in away and use 'em for tree orna- Prepare for the Most Important Date This Season!
.; looked like the real thing, but I'm and Emma Chalker cert'nly know dale, captain; Mrs. Ruth Carlisle,

;,, the class of '37 At present he glad it wasn't '. I'll take my how to spring 'em Mlna Man- ments next year? musician; Mrs. Mae Green, junior

f#. Is in business with*o la father, snow on the silver screen only assa was as near speechless as a Happy birthday W M. Ed- counselor; and Mrs. Vonda In- PALACE

1>< who operates the Western Auto' gal can get at the party they gave wards! Hope you have a man, reporter.

Associate Store here. .1 Dr. Parka had to dig his car for her last week Well who pleasant Sunday Same to Following this service Mrs. THEATRE-JACKSONVILLE I

Mr. and Mrs. St. John have out of a snow bank In Tennesseelast wouldn't be ? ? ? Hose and you Everett McKinney And Andrews presented her out-going .

II many friends here who will learn week Odd incident: He handkerchiefs Two things we you too, Juanita Barefoot officers with gifts in recognition 2 SAT. .
with interest
of their JAN. 13-14
,I ;, marriage. and Mrs. Parks arrived at their females are always need In' Even If your's does fall on blue of their work during the year DAYS SUN.

destination just In time to see one Overheard on the G'vllle golf Monday this time Mrs. Andrews was presented witha r
Book Club To Meet UNSURPASSED STAGE
( of their rental houses In Tennessee course and relayed by Nat Stern- Happy Thought: Almost time gift from the officers and also ENTERTAINMENT

rf' ,The Book Club a department burst Into flames '< Firemen berg: "Golfers are the most op- for the Birthday Ball again! with a past guardian's pin as a

,ra; of the Woman's Club, will meet timistic people In the world." You know It always comes around gift from thd entire membership

;? Tuesday evening at eight o'clock I-I Twenty of the' boys stand in' the last of .January Biggest Each state officer waa the recipi-

''i at> the home of Mr and Mrs. E. L. around waltln''for the weather to social event of the year, althoughit'll ent of a lovely gift ,also. v

J Matthews. All those interested .-- clear prompted the' statement have to go some to beat a
storekeepers ail uttering sighsof Mrs. Wilson, on assuming the 9
f good literature are urged to at.I I The game seems to fascinate 'em few of the functions held here so q
,: relief For them this is the duties of the chair, gave an In-
r: tend. Never too cold, too hot, too this winter Too tt
week A. I. after inventory !fat: early yet : spiring talk and stated some of I
\) windy, or too rainy to j
play to know much about the plans,
But after that Christmas rush. I I her wishes for the work of the revue
II" Whatever the weather ''
"It'll be
don't see how they had so much but you can depend upon tt that new year.
;
,,'," LAFFIT-OFF left to Inventory, lifter all better course"by. .the. time you get to the thlngs'll be stirrin'* in these partson I During the program hour Mrs.G. +r

n Sports Flash: The town,basket- Hear quite a few youngstershave the night of January 30th or B. Flynn, accompanied at the KugjjJ1* wnnivsnmuniwujfl.maj / e I
31st-whenever .
it comes off. ,
ball team will play the first home piano by Mrs. L. A. Canova, sang
enrolled
in the
;' dancing So stick around for further developments
'\ 'W' game In the Armory 'gym Satur- classes at the Legion Hall 'Sa while I catch "Auld Lang Syne"; Miss Grace '
day night Citn't wait to, see wonderful for my Dew, accompanied by Mrs. Can- OSWALDfa'&OUH
opportunity those
.. breath for next ,week's column
'em been winnln
They. who ova, gave two violin solos; Miss
; want to learn Anythingyou So long .
hither *.
and for
the
i games yon past want Garnlta Hutto also accompaniedby
to take from ballet
to 1 "
!: two weeks Understand they ballroom Wonder if they! -Carolyn.Mrs. Mrs. Canova, sang "Over The YEAfTMAfl

;::11, | have a good ball club If you mean that "anything" ? .I've e. Rainbow"; and the Baker Boys

:1: possibly can make it, turn out always had a supressed desire to I. : Blasingame HostessAt and Miss Ferole Jones gave several Featured on Hollywood
and give 'em a boost Hotel and Rudy Vallee
Auxiliary: Ung I Instrumental numbers.
do ,
.: I I a Highland Fling Hour.

I Card to CatUtreet: A NewYear's Whatta you know? After all Mrs. I. H. Blasingame was I In the Impressive Woodman in 33 PEOPLE 35 ll, '

,' greeting penned at 12:01: these years the U. of F. Glee Club hostess Tuesday afternoon when stallation--last of the evening-J. A Star-studded Cast of

;- a. m. New Year's Eve will appear In Starke at an early she entertained the members of I H. Fields, past Council Commander Rib-tickling Comics and

., Thoughtful person to take time date The performance Is be- the Ladles' Auxiliary of the I inducted the following into of- Glorious with Curva-

/" out during celebration to scribble ing sponsored by one of the S. S. Presbyterian Church at her homeon fice: Council Commander O. J. ) clous Beauties!

greetings It wasn't signed Classes j See Your Favorite
I Forty boys In the South Walnut Street Andrews; sentry J, E. Bennett; /
PI TAo cop it cor. Isabelle Fernandes back to Cuba Radio. Stage and
.
.
group step Johns
up girls, get watchman, Allen A. clerk
your Seasonal cut flowers ; ,
and
and to'. hit .&oc:.. : last Friday She couldn't potted Screen SUrst
tickets Don't crowd I
But Lalfit OH Line plants were used In decorating for Lacy .Conway; escort W. H.
I II
give mo any dope on Yuba and his forms
to !
the
right. Andrews financial
a SMILE do.. crack/ this delightful meeting. ; secretary,

I "No lot. for him_ tuba three, but. .she Her does Spanish love (it which down:I'I' Ruth Rowe still In OlusteeCert'nly Mrs. O. E. Stanabury. presidentof Lacy Conway; banker, J. D. Grif- Carl Freed and His Orchestra

'7 no Jo.. for m.." miss seeln her around the society, presided over the fis; auditors J. J. Moore, O. W.
thought was perfect when, she I TilE CLOWN PRINCE OF
RHYTHM
Glad to
have
H. Floried
carries Kill- business meeting and Mrs. B. C. Burney, and M. T. Warren; and
\\l
y, public habilitr. taught high school here) keeps ingsworth back with us These Holtzendorf led the devotional physician.Dr. W. E. :Middleton.O. THE HARMONICA LADS
get tin' mote and more so tall 'r
A number of localitea started willowy beauties add a certain service! -. J. Anders after taking over Radio Stan of CBS and STATION WLW
something to dear old Call Mrs. W A. Bonham the duties of SCREEN
t'1 I the New Year with had chargeof the chair InstalledJ.
right
X brand
Street Anita Courtmanch Walter Pidgeon Rita Johnson In
the program and IntroducedDr. H. Fields, as advisor lieuten-
new automobiles Gerald Mid- another" "Nick Carter Master Deteetige"41il'UGe
one too. .
dleton in a tan job George class with They have C. C. Adams of Penny Farms, ant, following which the new SUOWSl DAILY.*
a capital 1C 4'
r who commander AdmlloMat" 40c Even. fiSc
gave an
GENERAL I Manaasa in a beautiful blue Danube Fashion Inspiring "missionary gave a brief talk on
INSURANCE Flutter
: Wonder If the "
LVOUHAVEPLEASB --!!! I mean Buick The glad talk. his proposed work for the year y
rags In
worn the "Gone
PMONC 146 Olin Whites In a ahlny black V-8 With At the conclusion of the pro At a late hour doughnuts and
the Wind" movie will have ATTENTION There will be crowds ...
effect on styles !In any gram Mrs Blasingame served coffee were served to the mem- WtU come from every town near Jacksonville ,
Mrs. W, A. Stern bemoanin' the 'P'raps the general her guests a hot drink and dainty bers and the large number of \ M eat of consideration for ear patrons,we pI./
evening gowns appetizers. guests present. .you to attend the matinees. U possible.Irl .

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..JANUARY 12, ,1940 HKADFOKD- COUNTY TELEGRAPH.: STAKKE!:,. FLORIDA ... PAGE FTVK '


:- Mrs. A. O. Andreu and Mrs. L. Monday for Lakeland to attendthe. the hn In nee to be paid nn or before MI ti of SRV of ny, *' *e. 34 Tp jfl
I BITS of LOCAL NEWS I F. Dinkins spent Tuesday in Jack. Florida Baptist. Convention three yearn after date with 6 H. II 22 ...., containing 39 a<.ritM, ,
not li'xn 1 than nne-tblnl of Maid def more or lerm embraced under said >
.. sonville. where Mrs. Llghtfoot wife of the rr.nl payments maturing eachyear fertlflcate No. 1ST.
__._ _
.
-- ----- --- -- -- ------ 0 o local is State Recording and all of enid deferred payment The amwmiinient of the nald, property '
: pastor to bear Interest nt the inte under the said, certificate No. Vt 1
and Mrs. E. L. Molpus spent The Rev. and Mrs. J. F Bell Mrs. Sara McDonald Miss W. P. Smith Sr.. and W. P. i Secretary for the Florida Baptist of KX| per' rent (6 PC) per annum, lot wan, In the name ot 13. II. Suli
day In Jacksonville. of Lakeland are guests of their' Elizabeth McDonald, Miss Thompson Smith, Jr., were business visitorsin VMS "nld deferred pnymentH to bn secured llM>n, and the fiftneHiiment of the M#
by a purchane money "mortgage sold popvrty tinder the Maid ccrtl- iy
son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and and Mr. Hall all of McDonald, Jacksonville Tuesday. Exactly eighty remained from a upon the premium: Held sale finite No. 157 wan In the name of
lion' ) Chastain spent the holl- Mrs. John WhIttemore. N. C., were guests the first of the large congregation on last Sun- will be made subject to confirmation Unknown. ;
by Ihe 'ourt and the cash| tniees mild certificates hall l>. irvdvtnipd
|in HatUsburg, Mlsa., with week of Miss Etta Tlson. The Rev. and Mrs. A. E. Light- day morning, and took togetherof payment mum be> l paid Into the according to law, the r ,
s. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Reddish of foot will) attend the Baptist State the Lord's Supper at the Baptist confirmation.reglntry of the Court prior to Bald sold property to the described l highest therein bidder will at the be I

Webster were guests last Fridayof Friends of Mrs. L. D. Vining Convention to be held in Lakelandthe t church. This Is the largest (-. A. KNinriT. court house door on the tint Monday -

W A. Colley is visiting In their uncle and aunt Mr. and will regret to learn that she was first of next week. I I number who have been in attend- I W.* II.II. ltlLl.KDWAItDS, JR., 1)140.In which the la month the 6th.of, day February of February -,

a, Ft. Meade, and Winter Mrs. A. E. McKlnney. called to Dublin, Ga.. Monday because ance for this service in a long 3t to 1-20 ConimlNidoneri.IN A. D. 1B4<>. x
Mrs. B. H. Seville of Wlldwood I I i I time It is known since an accurate hated thin loth, day of January,
nr of the serious Illness of her rinriiT 'OI'1iT. IN .'M FOR A. l It. 1940.OFF'I'IAI..
Mr. and Mrs. E. Carles and Miss mother, :Mrs. W. L. Joiner. was the guest last; week of her account is kept by the numberof 11I.n'oun ('01'IV TV. Kl.l>llll)\ < ., 8KAI.) rtA.of' Thomas

and C. B. Flynn were Jane Morgan of Jacksonville were brother and sister-In-law:! and cups used.Definite Mae I" Robert e'ItC'htll'Myrtle f'lerk of. Florid Circuit. nu 1-12 BradfordI'ounty. 4t 2-2 .f.
eel visitors In Gainesville guests Sunday of Mrs. Mike Dew Mrs. A. E. McKinney. announcement was Plaintiff
Miss Ruth Mrs. Edith
Johnson ..
and Mrs. E. R. Williamson.Mrs. -v -
rlday. made at the Quarterly business
Moseley and Miss Ella Sassee at- U T. Roberta, '
Miss Edith Rowe Is spendingsome meeting on Wednesday night of Defendant CentraWordWANTKD
and Mrs. S. A. Weldon and E. J. Flynn Mrs. W. D. tended the friendship meeting of time In Jacksonville as the this week that the giant fuel OF IN FLORIDA TIE NAMK OF TUB: STATK
the Order of the Eastern Star In :
Bren spent Saturday In Live Faxon,, and Miss Dorothy Faxon Lake Butler guest of her brother and sister- burning stove with a capacity of. To: L T. Roberts, residence un-

with friends. returned recently from a visit Tuesday night. in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Vernon 12,500 cubic feet had been purchased known.You are> hereby required to appear TO BUY cows and
with relatives in Mobile, Ala. Rowe. and would be Installed for to the Mill of Complaint filed hogs. Market prices paid on Ml
_i Ruth Rowe returned Wedy .--- Judge and Mrs. A. Z. Adkins use by Sunday.The herein' agalnnt you on or before grades. J. D. ODOM, box 247.
Monday the 5th clay of February,
after spending some time Mr. and Mis. G. N. Goldwlre left Thursday for St. Petersburgto Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Brownleeand WMS of the church also A. n. U4B. Starke. Fla. 331lyr.p ,

ustee with friends. and son Ray, and Mrs. Frank attend the State Democratic daughter Madge will spend announced a School of Missions to order It IN further ordered. that thin, I
be published In I lie ilr..elfor.I I FOR SALE "Seeds that succeed
Ives of Lake City were guests meeting. Judge Adkins Is an official this week-end in DeLand as take place at the church January28th <'iiuntv Telegraph, a newxpaperpubllHhed .
B. C. W. Chalker is spendingeek Sunday of Mr. and :Mrs. C. T. delegate to this meeting. guests of Col. and Mrs. J. E. to February 3rd. Featured week .fur fmir.ronxocutlve In Bald County once each Western grown seed
weeka
beana. Also tomatoes
,
In Palatka as the guest Wade. Futch. workers provided by the Florida WITNKHH my hand and official peppers ,
'T. and Mrs. H.. C, Richard. Men's Mackinaws reduced from Baptist Convention are scheduledto seal Ifl4t thin 8th day of January A. I). cucumbers, and squash. Prices

Friends of Mrs. R. G. Kldd will $3.00 to 93.97. All wool blue mel- Friends of Mr and Mrs. E. R. be, Miss Susan Adams, State (OFFICIAL 8KAT.) OIlrt.' J. Thomas" right. See them at White'sStore ,
's Horsehide Jackets r... be glad to learn that she is re- tons from 93.95 to $3.12.: Boy'n I Struth and son, Ronny, will be Young People's Secretary for the Clerk of Circuit 1-li 4t 2-2 Starke, Florida. 4t, 1-19

from $8.50 to $6.42-Cape- cuperating after being confined to Jackets' reduced: In comparison Interested to learn that they mov- Florida Baptist W, M. S., Miss !orii: OK Ai>ri.irTioKOH CHOICE Strawberry plants 10 '

[ reduced from 97.95 to $6.10. her home several days because of at Alvarez'. ed the first of the week into their Elizabeth Hlggeabotham recent T.tx. Hill 1)Ki'ieleen.t. V.:.. KM) varieties none better. List ..

hl'8e at Alvarez. illness. : home on Madison Avenue the graduate of the Southern Baptist .VOTICH IS I HKItKIlY tlIVI N free. J. R. Sterling Son
The Business and house occupied by Mr. : Training School In Louisville, and That J. F Program i formerly ('ertlfiratea( Nn. 1)0, Issued the Judnonla, Ark. 12-29 4tp
ends of Mrs. A. H. Green Friends of Mrs. L. G. Powell will meeting of the Woman's Societyof and Mrs. J. L. Peek and family. Dr. J. F. Plainfield Italian missionary sixth day of August A. D. IBift.

regret to learn of her illness be glad to learn that she is recuperating Christian Service of the Metho- II, .-- I: to the latin-speaking peo- han filed application same In my for a office tax and deed hll.lIa.l" to. \VANTED-.terUized. (boiled) cot!

er home on North. Walnutt. after being confinedto dist Church will be held Monday Men' Sweaters (all wool) reduced ple of Tampa for years and now he limned, thereon. Maid certificate ton rates with no button Nb ;

her home two weeks because of afternoon at 3:00: o'clock in the from $ .39 to $1.64. 92.93: on the staff of Home Mission- embrace property In the the County following of described Bradford pants. Will pay 5-cents per : '
illness. Church. to $:!.32. Some priced at less than aries working throughout the state' of "'IorldlIn.wltl: pound for those meeting our ,

B. C. Holtzendorf has reId actual wholesale l'ONt--See themat whole Southern Baptist Conven tlon SV.311 of Ti WHIVi' >. 4 and S. K.SVj it of B: ..SW'' 80,,Acre Hep- approval. Bradford County ,
Friends of Mrs. K. G. Duncan tion. will be more lenH. Telegraph. tf
home after visiting herr Mr. and Mrs. D. R. Shaffer Alvarez'. Classes provided or .
In will be glad to learn that she is for each afternoon The assessment" of the Maid prop-
Mrs. R. Koolback. young people ,
have returned to their home In erty under the aald certificate l 1..- WANTED-8.000 units pulp wood. 1 .
tr.' improving after being confined to Winter Park after Mrs. C. D. Shank of Roanoke, embracing all ages, and a class ,,"..t wan In the name of Mrs Mabel
enjoying a II. Neff. Will take it cut in woods or by \1
her home several days because of Va., will be the guest Saturdayand for Intermediates, Young Peopleand IT ....
visit here with their soninlawand u lend told .fit-ate I shall be timber. Apply at Gay's Ser..
and Mrs. Wilmer Holtzen- Illness.J. daughter Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Sunday of her ,brother and another for men and women redeemed .cordlna' to law Ihe(1".rlb.eI
,
vice Station or see A. E. Mc
properly therein' will
be
Oak recent and Mrs. James each at seven o'clock. In
of' Live were Wnldon. alster-in-law Mr. evening old to the highest bidder at the Kinney. l-12-2tp
fcta of Mr. and Mrs. B. C.endort. J. Fitzgerald. Jr., of East Lewis, en route to Apopka, where addition, Dr. Plainfield will de- court house door on the) first Mon-

Orange, New Jersey' and Bud Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Haislop of she will visit her mother, Mrs. liver a missionary-Inspirational day which In In the the month tlh,of day.February of February 1940, WANTED Share cropper, must I
Mills of Tampa were guests Fri. Lillie S. Lewis. message each evening during that A, D 1040. be good worker and have good
and Mrs. H. C. Wall of day night of Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Wateroak, had as guests last week at 8 o'clock. All are Invited A.Dated H 1940.thin 10th. dny of January record. C. Letach, Starke. Itp
week-end
Mr. and Mrs, Claude
basaee were recent guests of Brown. Mrs. A. A. Annis of Lawtey had to their respective age ((SFF1CIAL8KAL) 0..rt'of Thoman.'
Moore and children of Tampa and Clerk of Circuit I llradrord
FOR SALK 14 head select Duroc
-
\Wall's parents Mr. and Mrs. as guests during the Christmas groups and the entire communitywill County, Florida. 1-12 4t 2-!
Mrs. Sallie Tlson and Mrs. Florrle
[L. Wall. Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Hutchinsand week-end Mr. and Mrs. E. K. delight to hear Dr. Plainfield Jersey boars and Kilts< about 4

daughter, Montie, of Gaines. Wills\ of Starke.' Hutcheson and children Mr. and each evening as he speaks. 1\10'1'10: OF TAX APPLICATION l>K":,iMenat ) FOil months old from WaveMasterbreed. .1

r. and Mrs. Bryan Burks and ville, were guests Sunday of his Mrs. M. W. Bars and children all ( HIM Ni>. liii: They are fine. Will '
Mrs. W. H.Nollman of Sebringand NO'I'U'1 OK ""1.1'1' NOTICH) is' HimnY:
ren of Griffin. Ga., were parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Miss Dorothy Nelle Dekle of of Tampa, and Mr. and Mrs. J. NOTICE IS IIEItKUY OIVKN that That W. If. Edwards, Jr., holder LIVEN of register In purchaser's name.
-end guests of Mr. and Mrs. Hutchins. J Smith and children and Mr. and under and by virtue at H r)eer <' of Tax Ceitlflcate No IOH Inniied the Also approximately 10.000 Cay-
Ocala are spending this week In sale| heretofore entered In the above 2nd., day IIf Ausrunt, A. D 1937. and ana and 9,000 P. O. J. seed cane
Mrs. D. L. Lewis 'and
Weldon. Starke. Mrs. Nollman Is here at- daughter. entitled cause, we. the undersignedCnnimlHHlonem Tax Ceitlflcate No. 157 United then
Friends of Mrs. L. A. Davis They enjoyed brother and sister will offer fo sale : day of August, I D. 1837, ha* Bradford Farms, L. A.
tending to business matters and and .11 at I'tibllo Outcry the pre .4 same In my 01rl and has Brown, Brooker, Fla. !i
Wilson of will be glad to learn that she is reunion at that time. In mgr.
r.... and ,Mrs. Hayes Miss Dekle is her family mine described a> follows, to-wit : made application for a tax deed to
nvllle were week-end guestsHayes' recuperating after being confinedto guest. all 19 persons were present to en- The Northeast Quarter (NEVi) of b. Innued thereon 1-12 4t
the Northeast Quarter (NIO1 I ), exippt Said' certificate embrace, the fol. .
he home several because ,
days the event.
s. parents,' Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Beasley left Mondayfor joy late 'rwo UI). Three (3) and lowing dencrlbed propi-ity In the FOR RENT .- Attractive newly J
C. B., Strickland. of illness. Four (4) Went of ItiillWHV, and County of Hiadford, state of Flor desirable ,
Tampa! where she will visit the HnutheitHt t Quarter (1'1( Jo:(4) of ida, to-wit decorated apartment. Very 1"
her parents. Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Over $1,100 PledgedFor Ihe Northeast Quarter (NKV: > and .Kt: of'IW'' i of BUM sea' 22 Tp. location close in. See
r. and Mrs. A. E. McKinney Chlldrrn's Sweaters reduced to the Went Half (WU.) of lheNorth- 1H.. It 22 II., ,,"tlllnlll20 acre '
W. II. Nollman this week
Durden. She was accompaniedby and the more' or I IKHH, embraced under saidrerllfirate Mrs.
Nt:
rant Quarter ( %)
cost. reduced to 69c. 91.49
ted Mrs. McKlnney's parents 91.19 Mrs. J. W. McKinney who Baptist Northwest Qtmiter NYVli) nf N... IOHKM corner S Walnut and LaFay- ,
and Mrs. G. W. Hazen at reduced to 97c' -See these bar- Hectlon On* (1)I Townxhlp Five of WWW of SI3U &: mi' of '.
gains at Alvarez'. spent Monday and Tuesday there. Sunday School AnnexAs <5) Month Range Twenty-two (2!) 8B<. of 8K. >/ fcx. 1 A In Mi'8' of ette Street. It
ker Sunday. Kant ('ollllllnlnThr..... Hundred
Mrs. W. E. Torode Mrs. Percy the result of' the special of- and Five (806)) acres: also l
( W T. Jackson of Bacon- Miss Jenelle Hutchins will The Kant Half (I-'H) of the Northeast '
rs. Moore and Miss Ann Foreacre of fering for the new Baptist Sun- Quarter (NI4 and t theSoutiwent WE REPAIR I I
Ga., is the guest of her sons- spend this week-end as guest of Jacksonville will spend this week- day school annex which was received l Quarter (HW' %) of the.Northeimt ,
,Mr. and her brother and sister-in-law Mr. Quarter (Nlj I >x> and the
wand daughters "
in end in Tallahassee as guests" last Sunday morning and Want Halt ( Ely(,) nf the North- Lights$ Horns!l, rakes, Radiators, Starter Motors! jl .
p. D. P. Carpenter and Mr. and and ;Mrs. R. R. Hutchins went Quarter (NW'4) of the r
Mrs. Torode's son-In-law and which, including : a few pledges flatteries. Fenders, Frames Overhaul Motors and All
: T T. Long. Gainesville.The Nnrtheant Quarter (N":%) and the
daughter, Mr. and Mrs. C. :M. went to over $1,100, the Trusteesof Wont Half ( WMj, ) of the NortheastQuarter Repair Work-Sec Us for Terms on Same-All Repair
Mitchell. the church have this week let a (NIO'4) of Iho NnrthweelQuarter
Ir. and Mrs. J. P. Burns and Rev. and Mrs. A. E. Light- (NW>/, >, and Ihe Houth- Work At A Competitive Price-SEE US TODAY !
erection of the
contract for the
Must Quarter (SK'-i I ) of the Northwent -
siren .of Atlanta Ga., and foot and Mrs. H. L. Brownlee Quarter (NW>4) and the
Mrs. E. S. Matthews returnedto annex. The contract was! for the
CONWAY'S SERVICE; ; STATION & JAHAGE
,
Francis of Atlanta spent Wednesday in Jacksonville.Mrs. Went Half (WVb of the Northwest ,
mae Grady her home Tuesday after spend exterior of the building, and It Is Quarter (NWi/i; ) of Unction I LACY CONWAY \
1, Boston, Mass., are guests ofBurns' Lightfoot attended an execu- ing the past ten days in Miami planned to finish the interior and Two (2), Townnhl| Five, (5) --- Proprietor "
mother, Mrs. C. I. tive meeting of the Baptist Board Mouth Range Twenty-two (22)
.
and Orlando. While In Orlandoshe furnish the building completelyby Kant: ronialnlnir Two llundivdand
mesa: and Miss Mina Manassa. while in Jacksonville. was the guest of her son-in- Easter Sunday. The size of Eighty (280) acre; also 1 _

law and daughter Dr and Mrs.H. the contract let was for nearly The North Half CN',( ) and the THIS IS TO ANNOUNCEThat
Wext Half (\V(4( ) of the South- I
B. McLendon. 1000. went Quarter <1> and the
A committee from the trusteesof Soulheaiit' Quarter (MI114)' of the
I Houthwent' Quarter (Mw<4) and
LOWER PRICES Judge and Mrs. Geo. Gardiner the church are1 also at work the Honth.HHt Quarter (SKV). except
i and Mr. and Mrs. Austin Winkler this week receiving bids. for a Sixteen ( IB) acre In the my Insurance Office is now located over .1
Hoiith Half ($'/.) ( Hallway Itlffht-
I have returned after spending sometime large and medium size fuel burn- of-wuy> of Hurt Ion Three (3) the Post Office in the A. Z. Adkins office
; FOR JANUARY i in Hastings as guests of Ing stove the large one to be put Townnhlp Five (5) Mouth RanicTwentytwo ..

ATSTERNBERG'S : I sons-in-laws and daughters. Mr. ''In the main auditorium and the Hundred(22)and Kant,Eighty-four containingFive : :: building and I am soliciting the continued 'I. '".

r4 I and Mrs. Z. J. Roberts and Mr. smaller in the annex on comple- (584)) acrv, Patronage nf my friends.CHARLEY .

and Mrs. W. R. McKoone and Mr. tion. It Is hoped that the large to the the Mouth bent Door and or highest the Court bidder HOUHM at \'

and Mrs. William Gardner Yel- stove will be Installed in the audi- In the City of Htai,'ke, Bradford 'a

tjir : vlngton and eon,-Bill. Bill is the torium for use by this Sunday. County bourn of, Florida Male. on, during; the the legal 12th .

great grandson of Judge and Mrs. Several members of the local day of February; : AlOlld14Yi i94o, upon E. JOHNS

We Sell Better Goods I, Gardiner. church are planning to leave on the to-wkt following: "....-lhlr.1 term cash and condition payment, c5ZcR525ZSZ525s2s .
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ART WOOL BLANKETS, 66x80 _____ -- -- $1.88 : C t\l\\1

COTTON BLANKETS-GOOD WEIGHT ______ 1.19ADIES' 1"t.1" \It ... ,.
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COATS-SPECIAL LOT ____________ 3.98 I E S StE toC ... s'

lEN'S OVERCOATS-SPECIAL LOT ________ 3.98 ; Nvx, ,,I\t1.6 0"C "" ; < ,
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SOY'S ADIES'LUMBERJACKS REGULAR $10 COATS TO 16-T_LOT-.:.-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_ 1.98.49 i tI' wr" SIpS Hof so wy\ ocl :\).....\c.\o. oIof; t- .'

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IEGULAR. 15c DRESS PIUNTST'---------- .12 'Or ,,,anJsnbm tioQxrabut '
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EGULAR lOc UNBLEACHED _______-_______ .08 I r 1cPc ccds ..tct \ ,0 WORK SHIRTS ______ .69 r <<. ,0 "" ,.
EGULAR 75* HEAVY .... c\ed' c"o
)NE LOT LADIES' DRESSES-On Sale ______ 1.98 ,00\<<" c

6.95 WOOL DRESSES-On Sale _____________ 3.95 } oily ,ut0m tic ,0'ac _...'

MLDREN'S'.ALL WOOL SWEATERS _,.____ 1.00' ", ec' u

OPPER COATS-All Colors ____-,_____ 3.95 & 4.95 vA\\\ '

SPECIAL ___ 2.00 t 1
ETER'S WORK SHOES- -- -- ot\ ,

EN'S WORK PANTS-$1.25 Value ____ --,' 1.00 ; ,rJ eA v f (JOT noto .-

PECIAL LOT WOMEN'S SHOES ________. __ .88 ,,0'c.. it .'1

PECIAL LOT WOMEN'S SHOES ___ 1.00 > 1 ,. 'bc"C( \C d .eVvtt +

EN'S WINTER DRESS PANTS ___._ _.___ '_ 1.49 ft t\c.\tY X515 y o'" :

MEN'S SUEDE LEATHER JACKETS 4.95TEN'S "" \ .tS1sC..

BLUE MELTON JACKETS _.. 2.98 ,o '" \ '

MEN'S ALL LEATHER JACKETS -- .. 5.98 I ,, .. \)cncl b(0 tt.anYt\

MEN'S WINTER UNION SUITS _._______ .79 cc\\ t "II0'
liDDED SHIRTS AND DRAWERS-Each .50 ,\,..,c f, o.j.f"'Ic.e"pt -""

LL WOMEN'S FALL HATS-On Sale ___ .98 ,0 fd. o)5 \t.\\ .
ARK COLORED OUTING 36" WIDE __ .15 ') t.\t.t't\\\t \\t. ,. :

OMEN'S HOUSE COATS-SPECIAL _._ .98 \I\\ I".'"

MEN'S FINE DRESS SHIRTS ___________ u.. 1.00 't.t. 1 /'" .,,g JPPloJt"

ors GOOD GRADE DRESS SHIRTS ___- -_ .50 f Jt.11o.s"

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EN'S HUNTING CAPS-Corduroy .50

ETER'S BOOTS FOR MEN __ _________ 4.98
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rn.i.A c RS' SECTION I Rains Florida Ruin CropsIn ON PARENTS HOOKWORM CHALLENGED INFECTION TO AID HERE FIGHT I LIVE STATE NEWS_ -:= I


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Some Parts "Parents of Bradford County, "The child should be made to LOW BID ON POSTOFF1CKMilton. DIES WHILE DRIVING

HINTS FOR TIlE'HOUSEHOLD RURAL late December rains In what are you going to do aboutit wear good shoes in order to pre- ,-A low' bid of $53,474for St. Petersburg Malcolm A I'
' ., COMMON SENSE. Heavy sections of Florida ruined ?" vent re-infection. construction of a postofflce : Shealy, 57, treasurer of(
some This question, directly challengIng "The old surface toilet shouldbe here was submitted to the Public the Jackson Ice Company her,

FLORIDA ORANGE BREADS BEAUTY, CONVENIENCEAND from 1,500 to 2,000 acres of potatoes mothers and fathers of school replaced with a sanitary pit Buildings Administration by And- and former Greenville, S. C bual.
j and slmlllar amount of
By Isabelle S. Thursby HEALTH STRESSEDIN a age children, was asked this week toilet so that the soil does not rew and Dawson, Montgomery, ness man, died at the wheel of

Extension Food Specialist HOME IMPROVEMENT tomatoes and beans. I by Dr. M. B. Herlong, local phy become polluted. The earth Ala. his automobile on a downtowo

Maybe tnere are better breads i Be it ever so humble, there la The United States Agricultural sician. around the site of the old stir- street. Coroner John T, Fisher

rural home in Florida which Marketing Service reported the face toilet should be sterilized attributed death to
in the world, but Florida orange no He continued: "Mrs. Mable Lewis by NEW CROP MOVING heart failure.
j cannot be made better. So says damage was mostly In the lower fire brush waste oil Shealey's car crashed into
bread deservedly takes Its place county nurse, has obtained speci- burning or Arcadia,-The first Iceberg let- a park.
To Miss Virginia P. Moore, home part of Dade County and "to a from the automobile to kill the 1 ed automobile and one
1 l'' among those In the top flight. men stools for the purpose of tuce to be raised locally for ship- wheel
hundreds of Florida home-makers, Improvement specialist with the lersser degree" In the bean sectionat hookworm examination and the ova or eggs of the hookworms, 1 ment was cut, packed and ship- Jumped the curbing before it j

f orange bread Is by no means new, State Home Demonstration Department Pompano. following deplorable report has since these will otherwise live in I ped last week. The event at- came to a stop. He was dead

r.i but today we cite three receipts and she is joined by a North Florida's cold weather, been made concerning our county the soil for several months i tracted considerable attention and when witnesses opened the door j

:, for those who have not cooked It number of county home demon- with temperatures as low as 27, schools: "Give your child a good iron the packing house was filled with of his car.

J before and for suggesting variety stration agents who are assisting did little damage because few ten- "Brooker.-47.5 percent posi- tonic to build up his blood. visitors all day. There are 60 .

to those who have made it. rural families to obtain better der vegetables are planted in the tive. "With 60 percent of our child- acres of the Iceberg lettuce being ItANKS'TIIIRD IN NATION

Orange Bread No. 1 homes, as they paraphrase the upper part of the State. "Heilbronn : ren showing positive hookworm grown In this section. Tallahassee, Enrollment fig. I
Sprlngs-7S percent
k i For making one large loaf or vagabond Payne's famous expres- "Other sections of the State infection, we cannot expect themto I. ures compiled by Dr. Raymond
positive.
two small loaves, you will needV sion. seem to have escaped damage, derive full benefit from, their Walter of Cincinnati, show that

the following materials: 1 cup: Miss Moore has preached the but recent cool weather Is retarding "Vanderbilt -59 percent posi school wprk" since they are so deficient BOY BURNED TO DEATH Florida State College for'Worne

whole wheat flour, 1 cup white gospel of home improvement in development of tender I tive. in blood that they do not Tarpon Springs, An 11-year- with approximately 1,973 student

flour, 2 cups bran, 4 teaspoons Florida for the past 16 years witha Vegetables," the Marketing Ser; "Lawtey-52 percent positive. feel like studying or working. old grammar school pupil Eddie continues to rank as third largest

,baking powder, 1 teaspoon soda, fervor and enthusiasm that have vice said. "Starke primary-:50 percent. These children will grow up with-, Roberts, son of Christopher Rob- State woman's college In America. I

" '2 tablespoons melted fat, 1 tea- been responsible for notable pro- The report points out..that "From these figures it will be out energy or industry and we erts, a fisherman, was burned to The State college, which broke an

1-: spoon salt, 1 3-4 cups sour milk, gress. The home improvementidea while rain damaged some beans seen that the average of Infection will find our future generation of death when a four-story frame previous enrollment records thj

'1 well-beaten egg 1 cup sugar, Is contagious, once it Is the precipitation was for the for these schools is 60 per- men and women without the proper apartment house was destroyedby year experienced an increase u It j

,and 1 cup prepared orange peel. started In a community and one the most part beneficial and that cent." Dr. Herlong stated. "Gra- education, and without the fire Fire Chief Thomas Guthrie -I line with a general increase of |
then demonstration often leads to the ham Hampton, and Rising Schoolsare ability to do their best work. said the fire started when the
t'I: Grind orange peel and the loss in Dade County was not 2.7 per cent over the country,
f ,cook (simmer) it with one cup oft Improvement of from two to a, enough to affect the State picture."A yet to be heard from." Hence we will be handicappedwith boy attempted to light a gasoline _

water. and one cup of sugar for dozen homes. I heavy movement o* beans Is In his message to parents, the more than half of the people heater in his bedroom. WARREN ANNOUNCES

J an hour. Then combine this with Miss Moore and county home in prospect for February and physician continued: "You say in this county so lacking in progressiveness -' Jacksonville, In a length j

other mater lis and bake small demonstration agents with whom March" it said. you have given, or will give the and Industry that A JUICY WELCOMELive statement addressed to "Th I

loaves 40 to 50 minutes or a she works In helping rural famIlies Because of the rain, most potato treatment. Find That is some- they will never be their best at Oak, With brief cere- People of Florida," Fuller War. I

1-large loaf from 50 to 70 minutes. to improve their homes shipments In the next month thing. But the State Board of I anything."As monies participated In by offici- ren, Jacksonville attorney and j

I Use peel from tree-ripened orange emphasize five points-health, will be from around Fort Pierce Health furnished the medicine; it long as these conditions als of the Suwannee County Jun- Duval county legislator, announc.

' only. comfort beauty, convenience and and Fort Myers. Tomato ship- examined the specimens, reportedthe I exist, we cannot expect Bradford ior Chamber of Commerce and ed his candidacy for the office of

.i li' Orange Bread No. 2 efficiency. A home which pos ments from the State are expected findings, and supplied the containers County to take Its righful place in Mayor W. W. Bradshaw of Jasper, Governor of Florida, subject to ]

I :i Materials: Peel from 2 oranges sesses these five things is per- to be light during the next The county paid the the state as a leading county a stand which will dispense free the Democratic Primary in May,

: 3-4 cup sugar water, 1 cup milk, fect, no matter whether it is month. nurse, paid the postage, almost i with an energetic and prosperous orange juice to incoming Florida A native of Florida, Warren waa

3 cups white flour, 4 teaspoons humble or ornate. had to beg the children to fix up people."Of. visitors was officially opened on born in Blountstown and educatedIn
will be of
(IJ baking powder 1 teaspoon salt, Sanitation stressed by the State There of still plenty and the specimens, and not nearly all course, hookworm diseaseis the Georgia line near Jennings In the schools of that city and in
cabbage good quality escarole -
j .,1-4 cup sugar 1 egg, 2 tablet Board of Health, also is emphasized and parents came In for the treat- only one of many things that Hamilton County last week. DeFuniak Springs, and attended

I spoons orange juice, 2 tablespoons by the home demonstration celery green peas sup- ment, Mrs. Lewis is trying to get can hold our people back, but the University of Florida and also

t (:melted butter, and 1 cup chopped workers. Mos qui I 11 0 breeding plies are heavy. the medicine out to those needingIt with more than.half of our children SEMINOLES PROTEST I Cumberland University. He hat |

..:-l'UltJ1.- places are eliminated- sanitary Early lima beans on the lower ; so what are you doing? thus infected, we should cer- been practicing law in Jackson.

t f Remove peel from two oranges'i toilets are Installed, and the famIly East Coast are yielding poorly "Are you not Interested in the tainly ge busy and rid them of sional Miami hunters-' Hearing would be that profes- : ville for over ten years.

f. |!and cut into fine cubes. Add one I learns how to avoid malaria, and a light shipment is expected. health of your children? No child this devitalizing parasite. employedto

t. 1\ cup of water to chopped peel and|'hookworm and other common There will be no heavy traffic In with hookworms can do his best "The State Board of Health, kill more deer In Collier and IV THK CIRCUIT COt'RT I'M! "I\D
FOIl IlllAUFOIIIl C 0 UN
Counties in tick eradication TY
F bring to boiling point. Drain, and troubles. Gardens and orchards cucumbers, lettu c e eggplant, work in the school room. These the County Commissioners, and Hendry a FLORIDA

,'repeat: boiling with one cup of fresh and peppers and strawberries. parasites-millions of them-are the School Board through the campaign, a delegation of NOTICE TO DEFENDANT
, provide vegetables
practlcal-m I nded Seminole In- Mary Ruth MrNeace,
: |, water. Drain again and add 1-2 fruits. Canned materials, better sucking the blood of your children county nurse, Mrs. Lewis, and Plaintiff,_
dians here to John Col-
i, cup of water and 3-4 cup sugar, food preparation and nutrition, SELECT IIKEEDING BIRDS causing undernourishment of physicians of the county are all protested -vs-Lee
lier federal commissioner of In- Henry McNeace,
), : and let simmer until peel Is tend- and clothing suitable to the Individuals ON BASIS OF RECORD AND their bodies and brains. eager to help clear up this hazardto Defendant.IN .
dian affairs. "Seminole need
f. er. Cool slightly, add milk, and other health \nANCE-80WELL "You say, What else can I do the future welfare of the men THE NAME OF THE STATE OF
are deer for food," they told him. O. FLORIDA, GREETING:
(' then mix with dry ingredients features. besides giving the treatment and women of Bradford County. TO: Henry Lee McNeace, whost
Birds
of
superior physical appearance B. White, and friend of
,, (while warm. Add beaten egg, "Three or four weeks after the And parents of the children, more attorney residence Is unknown.
Comfort is loved by all, enjoyedby and proven production the Indians, was asked by Collierto You are hereby required to ap
:"I L orange juice, melted butter, and be child is treated for the first time, than anyone else, should be wil- pear to the Bill of Complaint filed
records should selected
too few in the country. Run- as make wrlten of
;'\ jnuts and beat- until mixture Is another specimen should be sent ling to cooperate to the utmost. a report theircomplaint. :: herein against you on or before
' ning water, electl'lcltybetter breeders for producing next year'slayers Monday the 6th day of February,
': smooth In to the State Board of Healthto We cannot afford to remain In- A. D. 1940.
lights, septic tanks and related according to D. F. Sowell,
i' Pour batter into an oiled loaf see If the treatment was suc different in the face of this gen- 9 IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that
:1 Items all help to provide comfortto poultry specialist with the State this order he published In tht
45] pan and bake one hour In a moderate cessful. uine threat." AIR BISK AUXILIARY Bradford County Telegraph, enewspaper
members of the farm Agricultural Extension Service.
family. .
'{15'! oven ((350 degrees F.), De- Cocoa-The Navy awarded a published In Raid County
Extension of power lines to rural Having culled late maturing, of Bradford once each week for
I.j liclous with salad, with butter or I STATE ALLOTMENTS OF CONTROL PEPPER WEEVIL $146,817 contract to C. y Thorn- four consecutive weeks.
areas in recent years through the ,broody, and poor producing birds WITNESS my hand and officiaL
i } cheese spread. ason Company of Greenwood, S.
FLUE-CURED TOBACCO BY DESTROYING. PLANTS,
help of the Rural Electrification from' his flock, the Florida poulryman eal this 3rd day of January, A. D,
, [, Orange Bread No. 3 TOTAL 13,514 ACRES WATSON TELLS GROWERS C., for construction of bulkheads 1940
! Materials: Peel from 1 orange, .Administration has meant a great I Is now confronted with explosive magazines and other OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomnn,
" deal to the farm homes Clerk of Circuit Court. 1-5 4t 1-2&
served, the task of breeders. In-
f ,I cut fine, 1-2 cup water, 1-4 teaspoon selecting Florida growers of fluecuredtobacco Growers in sections where the work at the Banana River Auxi-

11 ,< salt, 1-2 cup sugar, milk, 1 perhaps even more than to other stead of breeding for high production have been allotted 13,514acres pepper weevil and pepper stem liary station of the Jacksonville

''t':, beaten egg, 2 tablespoons melted parts of the farm. The home only, it is best to breed of the leaf crop under 1940 weevl} have been found on pep air base. The Navy also awardeda Beware .Coughs
the
agents constructionof
*, ;( shortening, 2 cups sifted white encourage for physical appearance and pro- AAA marketing quotas and agri- pers, tomatoes or eggplants will $62,577 contract to Hall Electric -

/f* :flour, 3 teaspoons baking powder. sinks and other working surfaces duction. Breeding from records cultural conservation programs, do well to destroy these plants Company of Muskegon, Mich., from common colds
.
at the for
': ,\ Combine finely cut orange peel, light height the alone, without considering the according to figures released to- after they have gathered their I for electrical equipment and workat

water, salt, and sugar and cook women who are to use them, thus health and vigor of the birds 1 Is day by H. O. Clayton, sate administrative : crops, says J. R. Watson, State the Pensacola air station. That Hang On
f avoiding a common cause of unnecessary not good practice, Mr. Sowel ,
) gently until peel Is tender aboutf officer. Experiment Station entomologist.These .
fatigue. : 'I Creomulslon relieves promptly be-
,
I,, ,15 minutes). Cool add milk to says.To This is 1,011 acres less than pests the entomologist NO FENCE LAW UPHELD cause it goes right to the seat of the
,\',* make mixture measure 1 1-2 cups. In beauty, both interior and exterior qualify for the breeding pen' the 14,525 allotted under the con- explains, have proved particularly Jacksonville. Federal Judge trouble to loosen germ laden phlegm,

j;!' Add beaten egg, melted shortening of the rural home are con- a hen should finish the laying servation program in 1939, and troublesome on crops in the south Louie W. Strum upheld the valid increase soothe and secretion heal and aid nature to
raw,tender,Inflamed -
:Et{ and flour that has been sifted sidered. Lawns, foundation plant. year In good health and be of i slightly less than 45 percent of central and southern sections of ity of the Florida Legislature act bronchial mucous membranes.

J fr; with baking powder. Pour In- Ings, trees, :vInes, shrubs, walks, standard weight for her breed. I the 29,584: acres actually plantedIn the state. The pepper weevil at- creating a "no-fence" law for No matter how many medicines ;you

; to greased pan, let stand about 10 screens for unsightly places, All hens selected for the breed- this state last year. There tacks peppers and eggplants, Duval County. In his final judge- you have a tried bottle tell of Creomulafon your druggist with to sell the

ill minutes, and then bake in moderate whitewash for fences, pain for ing pen should be put on green was no marketing quota on to- while the pepper stem weevil at- ment, he denied the request of understanding that you are to like

I oven ((350: degrees F.) for buildings- these things and range for two months' or more at bacco last year, tacks the stems of peppers and to- Calvin Leigh, cattle owner for an .the way It quickly allays the cough
the end of the first laying year, or you are to have back.CREOMULSION.
a ; 50 to 60 minutes. more contribute to pleasant and Clayton says this year's entire matoes. injunction enjoining Sheriff Rex your money
this will enable them to buildup
..". as
i acreage for Floilda has been allotted "Inasmuch as effective controlof Sweat from enforcing the law

the reserve of minerals and and there is no more these pests cannot be obtainedby against him and his livestock for Chest
INSURE WITH acre- Coughs, Colds Bronchitis
t' vitamins which they had when ,
age to be dispensed. Of the application of Insecticides, the roaming at large in Duval County,,

" I' N. D. WAINWRIGHT, JR. lets.they came into production as pul-I state's total for 1940, 1,360 acres best method of controlling themIs and further stated that the "said

;0 1 have been allotted to small farms to pull up and destroy the statute is a valid act as to live-
FIRE LIFE AUTO LIABILITY BONDS Besides a good production record I stock BUSINESSDIRECTORY
in addition to acreage they would plants after the crop has been roaming at large in Duval
the breeding hen should,
' : have received without the gathered," Mr. Watson says. County Florida, and that the
Phone IS: STARKE FLORIDA
; have bright eyes, be alert and m
justment provided for In the This procedure will destroy the same may be enforced against
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friendly, and her body should be ad-I -_
such livestock -
pests and thus protect the next when roaming at
The national allotment is :
of good proportion and standard
large in violation of said act."
t crop.
: FUNERAL DIRECTOR weight. A hen with a crow head, 000 acres this year, a reduction
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shallow breast, small heart girth, of approximately 15 percent under Eggplant infestations by the IT II K CIllCtIT CfU.RT OPIIIIADFOIIII
My Many Yean Experience Makes It Possible for Me to Render 1
short back, and shrunken abdo- the 834,000 acres allotted last year pepper weevil were so rare up COl.MTV, FLOHIOl. The drink
IV ( H \%( KHV .
EFFICIENT! PROMPT
and COURTEOUS SERVICE
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in the until last that they were
men cannot be classed as an egg- conservation program. year NOTice 1'0 DEFENDANT
1:4: MODERATE PRICES producing machine.The State and national marketing hardly of consequence, but many H. II. Grlttln.Plaintiff A that
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DeWITT C. JONES breeding sire is many times quota allotments have been setup Infestations were reported in 1939, -vs.Juanita. everybodyknow8
.t Florida for 1940 thus making it advisable to des- Griffin,
Starke
more Important than any one hen, following a vote overwhelmingly -i Defendant,
Jj'1 r as he stamps his characteristics on In favor of them in a troy the eggplant also. IN TIlE NAME OF THR STATE OK ,iFt

,"\ the progeny of all hens with referendum on October: The The pepper weevil breeds rapid. FLORIDA TO: Juanita, UKEKT1NU:
.J Griffin whose resIdence
which he mates, Mr.\ Sowell points reduction is considered necessaryin ly, three weeks sufficing for a and place <>If address In :

out He should be handled and view of the tremendous stocksof generation. Each female may layas Cheraw You are, Mouth hereby Carolina.required to appear -' I ; 5ct

selected! for vigor and good type. flue-cured tobacco now on many as 40 eggs in 48 hours to the bill of complaint filed

Selection of cockerels is more difficult hand and the unsettled situation and some females live as long as Monday herein ,afralnit/ you on or before
MEATCURING February 6th. A. I> 1940.
: because they have no previous with exports Induced by the pres- 60 days. IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that COCA-COLA DOT. CO.
ent this order be published In the Brad-
f records. If European war.
; performance The pepper stem weevil was for County Telegraph a newspaper WE ARE
cock birds whose offspring have Growers who overplant their allotted found on peppers and tomatoes In published In said County of Brad-

i performed satisfactorily are avail acres will be penalized under southeastern counties of Florida secutive ford, once weeks.each week for four con- PRESCRIPTIONEXPERTS

able, they should be used even If the agricultural conservation program last year and is already provingto WITNESS my hand and official

they cannot be mated to as many and will be required to pay be a very destructive pest, Mr 1940. this 3rd day of January> A. t>. CARPENTER'SThe

I.I..".". hens as a cockerel. taxes on the tobacco marketed Watson says. This weevil does I OFFICIAL. SEAL) A. J. Thomas
'. The breeding male should be above their t Clerk of Circuit Court. 1-5 4t 1-26 Rexall Store
I f. quotas, not attack the fruits, but mines

alert, active, energetic, of good .-- the stems of the plants Instead.

No increase in carriage, and of strong and lusty SIIRKLY: .\\'S $1 IN Burning pepper, eggplant, and''I
i prices: voice. His body should be well COW FEED NOW WILL tomato plants after the harvestor BOREE FUNERAL HOME

balanced and symmetrical, with RK: WORTH 910 LATER after they have been killed by' Full line of Caskets & Undertakers Supplies

legs set well apart, and his comb frost would .be good practice In AMBULANCE SERVIO
I and wattles should be red and Florida cattlemen will do wellto DAY AND NIGHT
practically all sections of the,
I
full-blooded. He should show no feed their weaker cows duringthe 'l 134 PhONE ..134Q.
state, as this would be
a sure
1g evidence of disease. ,next 90 to 100 days and thus of I H. BENNETT, Mgr.
means killing weevils

: We Specialize In Sugar I'' All legal --blank- -.*-,-- promissorynotes J.save Sheely both ,cow animal and calf.husbandman. -says-- W... particularly, and other Important pests, that but, it pinworms this Is- "A HOME-LIKE INSTITUTION"


!: retain title notes, carried with the State Agricultural Extension method be followed In counties

I la stock<< by the Bradford County. Service. He has just
Cured Meats Telegraph. I made a trip In which he observed where the pepper and pepper stem Your Cold Goes
a number of weak cows which i weevil have been found, the ento- Gsagsi Quick
mologist avers.MICKEY'S '
j. attractive surroundings. will likely die before grass comesIn I I'

j.I. Convenient arrangement o f and the cattleman will lose --. When You Get \
TOO YOIJNOMlamiMickey Jlentho-Mulsion .
I. kitchen and other rooms storage both cow and unborn calf. i

.'" space for clothing, canned pro- I Sheely says that 2 pounds of Rooney is thescreen's
ducts kitchen utensils men's number 1 box office attraction .!tIost
cotton-seed cake coughs spread infection
cow
per per day ingredients
tools, children' playthings, make 'will carry them through until the but he's too young to attend I for thirty feet, which is one reason Mentho-Mulsion act qulckey does better. If
the home more livable.And I the horse races. He went to I why colds quickly spread to not stop your
becomes every
GAINESVILLE ICE AND COLD grass lush. Then both coughing at once, and
get
Tropical Park, while member of the family and you en-
.
vacationingat through
the
finally,
women check the tirely
cow and the calf, which will over your cold cough quicker
entire
i STORAGE COMPANY their schedules to see how Miami Beach, but was barred office organIzatIons than
efficient have been dropped by that time, Mentho-AIulsion any medicine you every tried,
they are in their because a State law prohibits minors contains seven ask for
I using time, will gain weight on the grass. soothing, healing oils and your money back.A .

; J. L. GEORGE Mgr. C how good they are at managing But a little feed now is essential, at race tracks. Mickey's 19. that relieve that stuffeU-up uncruents feeling well known druggist's wife
their
work. They study to beCome he thinks. Ing its distribution where the and stops coughing! within a few recently stated: "I took Mentho-

I more efficient In using the He figures the cattleman who seconds Mentho-Mnlsfon also con- Mulaion\ for a bad cold cough and
|Phone 1067 1201 N. cows can get it-will be $3. The
: Grove St.
money which the family has feeds. and thus saves his cows will cow will be worth about 20 tains 'VItamins A and D to build up my cough disappeared so quickly
| and
available, and in their endeavor be cold resistance, and genuine beech- we now keep Mentho-Mulalon at
considerably ahead of the the calf
GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA to obtain a higher income for the The an additional $8 to $12. wood creosote for penetration. Its home all the time ready to take at
game. cake
family. Home costs about *30 If the cow dies both the cow and base of genuine California flg the first sign of a cold: "
or cough
Improvement thus syrup _
a ton, 1 1-2
or cents
I a pound, 3 calf will be a total loss. gives Mentho-Mnlsion
ties a taste
in: with all of the family opera cents a for 2 you 1 Mentho-Mulsion Is endorsed by
day
tlons. pounds. In 100 Any cattleman will be glad to will like and makes it cling to your

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IDAV, JANUARY 12, 1010
COUNTY TELEGRAm STARKE. FLORIDA
PAGE SEVEN
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. CHURCH DIRECTORY< & NOTES Uneventful Meeting I I I LONG BRIDGE- VANDERBILT Shows, Including Kate Smith' ''i Iii'

._ n __. Of School Board '.I By Miss",, Bonnie_It. Turner By Miss\ Vclma. Norman Radio Hour. :
Other entertainers '
in the Revue Y :
BAPTIST METHODIST PRESBYTERIAN EPISCOPAL CHRISTIAN> The Bradford County Board of Odus Brown of Starke is spend- Mr Levy Norman of this section Including a course' of fast step. t.

!.. A. E. IJghtfoot I Rev. Frafik RoblneonPaetor Rev. Chas. H. Allen. M. Mark' Church Sunday School Supt Public Instruction met In regular ing a while with his mother, Mrs.S. and Mr. Kirby Crews of ping eye-filling troupe of preci..t) F
factor:
3. Thomas. SIL.ltinIy Pastor Rev. Fred Rector erke., Jr. Mrs.Sunday Jra School Wilson session in the office: of the County L. Hodges. Pleasant Valley were In Jacksonville slon dancers are that Suave Conf'

School E. K. P.rryman. Superintendent Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Kite on business last tinental MELODY:
8choOIp46 Oen. Superlatendent OrganistMrs. Sunday School Supt. 10 o'clockClitIRCI. Tuesday, January of Saturday.Mr. Juggler ExtraJgi'ordinaire :'
.unday: A. II.ornlntr of Church School B. M. Davis Miss Ella J. Sa... 2, at 10 o'clock A. M. with all Ralford were visiting Mrs Kite's and Mrs. Frank Norman Jan Murray, Broadway :;'

11 A.8er.loe H. Church School Church Roy School Mathews Supt. Mrs.Organist H. U. Brown Harry. OP PI>
10 A. M.
ptist Training Morning Church School Services Pastor J. E. Brown was before the Turner, Sunday.Mr. visiting Mrs. Norman's parents, acrobatic dancing sensation and A

. blon, 7:00: ..rwln P. M.v.nII'W ". Service. 11 Worship A. M. 1OA.M. Sunday 10 A.School.M. Bible Sermon Study and 2 The p. m'l Board relative to motor in Coun. and Mrs. Herbert Parrish Mr. and Mrs. Tate Crosby and a score of other pong anti dance :

$:&0 P. M. Evening WoreblpIenlce Morning 11 A.Worship M. : Sunday. ._ 11 A. M. Lords Supper S p. m.I ty-owned bus unit which he are the proud, parents of a baby family of the Rising section Sun- entertainers! 'r

Prayer ].M 8:00.tlncdnesday. \ P.M. /: 7:::1O% P. M. Sigma Chi 7:00: p. m. Fridays __ ':30 P. U. vry Sunday I drives. It WILl moved by J. K. boy, born January 3, he has been day evening. On, the screen will be "NICK

Pianist Young. Meetings Peppls'sLeague ; Holy Days..lO A. M. MIN. ALLIANCE Moore seconded by W. E. Mid- named Jack Truman. Mrs. J. W. Knight and daughter CARTER, MASTER D E T E C. ,
,.?. Mona Canova dleton and Mr. and Mrs. Wllbert Mann of TIVE"
Choir Director 6:30: P. M. President unanimously carriedto Sandra. of Jacksonville! have starring Walter Pidgeoa ,
|John H. Powell Prayer Meeting MISSION HALLSponsor. GOSPPL! TAB. The Hv. Frank purchase a new motor for this Lake City were guests of Mr. and been spending a few days with relatives and Rita Johnson. It is the story ,
t Chairman Wednesday.. 7:30 P.M. .: Sponsored by Robinson bus. Mr. Grtffls: : was instructedto Mrs. Lester Johns Sunday. In this section. of a famous detective who Is employed ,

ard J. .,. of KlckUter Deacon Mrs.Organist F. %t. Lone J.Mr. and Mr. J.Mr.T.and QulgeyEvanirellstlo Mrs.) The Vice Rev.President Leslie. get price, exchange and installation Miss Bonnie B. Turner made a Mrs. Ellen Barber and son, to solve the mysterious :;?
Chairman T. QulglejrBible from 3 L business trip to Baldwin and Lake disappearance of '
Service ShepherdaecretaryTrasurcr Anderson andJ. plans for a
.. of this
of TrusteesO. M> E. K. Ferryman Stud each earn Jerry, section, are visiting
1.0 Pow.llDSTd Assistant Organist Tues. evening 7:30: day Friday evening and 7:30 Sun: The"' Rev. Fred Yerkes W. Andrews end give job to City Friday. In Jacksonville this week. super-airplane.
lowest bidder. The Rev. St. John of Keystone .
------- _h Mr. H. L. Norman of this section ,
Widows Pension for Heights preached at the Long
approved
Bob Jones Dr. Daniel To PreachAt League Union Council Mrs. L. L. Clark and Mrs. Arle week-end.Bridge Christian Church this the attended State Farmers'a business Market meetingat at Standard Announces '1
New
Methodist Browning. Starke last Monday night. : Improved Fuel "
Church
Meets At Melrose R. R. Andrews and Millard E. C. Priest was a business i
- Next SundayThe Johns were before the Board relative visitor to Jacksonville Thursday. i The repairing of the roads of Standard Oil stations and deal-

imments On Hereidilereafter The monthly meeting of the Garfield to new school building pro- Carlton Chastalne of Hampton. : Vanderbilt Is progressing very I era are today offering their customers '

administration of the Sac Evans League Union Council ject at New River. The Superintendent Miss Martha Collins of Lake' nicely. The repair work La being the new '

rament of the Lord's Supper constituted was held In Melrose Methodist and Chairman of Boardof Butler, Kenneth Turner und Edwin done by the WPA workers.Airs. Gasoline improved Crown '

oetlme ago a man commtt-' the main emphasis of the I. Church on last Sunday afternoon Trustees were advised to writej. Shepherd made a business Eugene Ellis of Worthington a popular priced gas

suicide leaving a note in his' morning service of worship at the with Miss Marlon Cahoon, piesl- \-. -r.nuon---- .10; nave. everything trln__- (.n- (-!filn---..-.-avtll."..*- _XTrn-vlrtV__n__" _nlcrht.n.( .__.. Springs was the guest of her oline that meets specifications: for
First Methodist 1 Lester Johns, and son, Pledger parents. Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Nor- premium anti-knock, jt:
ployer's office to the effect Church, the Rev. dent. presiding. Following a devotional ready to start this project as performance:
'at he had done his duty as best Frank Robinson pastor last Sun- period matters of business soon as this term of school closes. were transacting business In man of Vanderbilt Tuesday. Road tests have proved that ,.

knew for twenty-five years andt day morning. Assisting in this concerning the Union were The Board unanimously agreedto Gainesville Monday. Everyone please remember the this new gasoline gives motorists) .

be had never bad a kind service was the Rev. M. T. Bell, brought before the Council and give the firm of H. C. Wall the I cemetery working at the Dyal quicker starting, faster pick-up,, ''l

rd spoken to him and no one a retired minister of the Florida dlscused. The following Departments renewal of boiler policy and bond HEILBRONN Cemetery Friday January 19. smoother operation. more mileage ,

d ever shown him any friendly Conference; the choir singing the were represented: The Intermediate policy.Mr. By Mrs. L. Gaaklns i, Let's all go and get the cemetery ,, and a new high In knocklesspower. t

side ration.W'hat responses; the stewards; and Mrs. Department, Starke; Grlffla read offer for sale cleaned.Mr. \. It also contains a unique

an Indictment of his em- F. H. Long at the organ and Mrs. the Senior-Young People's De- of Clearwater Bonds as follows: Mr. and Mrs. M. Rhoden spent and Mrs. Harry Edwardsand solvent action, which helps to re !

yer and the people who workedthe E. K. Perryman at the piano. partmen Starke; the Young Peoples "St. Petersburg. Florida the week-end In Jacksonville as family of Gainesville were duce the tendency of carbon for-

| office: with the poor lonely "Largo" and "Cavallerla Rustl- Department of Melrose; the December 30. 1939. the guests of their eona and visiting Mr. and Mrs. William mation. .

>! A decent man would even cana" were rendered by Mrs. Young Peoples Department of In- Mr. A. J. Crlffla, Supt., Bd. of Pb. daughter-in-laws.. Mr\ and Mrs. Sapp and family of Vanderbilt Today's purchasers of popular '

ak kindly to a stray dog. A Long and Mrs. Perryman as Organ terlachen; and the Young Peoples Inst. Clarence Rhoden and Mr. and Sunday.Mr. price gasoline demand the performance -

n who has the right kind of and piano duets. The floral Department of Hawthorne. These Bradford County Mrs. Owen Rhoden.Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Forten- heretofore obtainable

art in his bosom will give his decorations of the church enhanced Departments were represented by Starke Florida and Mrs. Owen Rhoden of berry and little son, Freddie, of only in premium grade at pre- '].,,

thful horse a friendly pat. the beauty of the altar and the presidents and worship chair- Dear Sir: I Jacksonville are receiving congratulations Merrlet Island, were visiting Mr mlum price, and the Ievelopment '\

hat kind of heart has the man added effectively to the dignity men.The We wish to confirm: our tele- over the arrival of and Mrs. Ury Reddish and familyof of this new. Improved gasoline' ,

o never speaks a friendly word of the service. During the administration Garfield Evans League phone conversation of yesterday a fine baby girl born December Vanderbilt, over the week-end. was to meet this demand.TOt'RNAMKNT .

his employees T of the sacrament two Union was held on Thursday wherein we bid you 59 and Interest 24. The little lady has been nam- .
: candles on the communion table for $13.000 of ed Shirley. Mr. Rhoden ia the
evening at Interlachen which your City
at 1
It was the writer's privilege to GUM BRANCH TO BE HELD ,
and the electrical cross In the alcove time groups from all the Metho- Clearwater Refunding bonds. son of Mr. and Mrs. M. Rhoden
{>end the day with his West Palm
: recently Beach
By Miss. Elizabeth! Shuffle-: |
furnished light. Sacred Please wire us collect confirming of Heilbronn. Mrs. Rhoden will HarnagoMlaa
dist Churches in this
ood friend. J. S. Mack, who is vicinity met bonrd players from 'all of
parts
songs were played throughout the for business the sale If this price Is accepted be pleasantly remembered as Miss
study, fellowship, the
e head of the G. C. Murphyores Elizabeth country will assemble here
administration of the sacrament. and recreation. or give us an offering at Thelma Burnsed of Monlac, Ga. Harnage spent 1
and a man who is knowna January 1?, for the
Monday night with Mr. and Mrs.B. National \t
The evening service was your very best price and we will L M. Murrhee of Hootacy'sBeach ;
very successful as well as a con- M. McRae of Pine Level. Singles Shuffleboard Tournament, i
I ducted be glad to try to move the bonds spent last Wednesday night; |
by the pastor at which first
ery energetic and busy businessan. LA JVTEY event of its kind to be held jj jjon
for here the of his Mr. and Mrs. J. S. attended
time he used as his "Un- you. as guest daughter Sapp
subject By William (Bill) Plummer Florlila'a east const. P. V. "I i
Verv. trulv and nnn-ln-Iaw. Mr. In Baker -
derstanding." -- -- vnui'M---.-. and Mrs. J.. L.--- church County
Mr. Mack has given generously Ed, C.- Wright & Co. Gasklns. 51%nduy. Gahan of St. Petersburg, preal-
good so I am Both the morning and the even- The City Council took immediate I dent of the National Association. r\
many causes \;
Ed C.
By Wright. Miss Maggie Parmenter of Key. Mr. and Mrs W. A. Keene and'
Ing congregation were sufficiently: action on the of and Mayor Ernest Metcalf ,,'
aturally very grateful to him be- operation of:
On motion of W. K. Middleton stone Heights. Is spending scveral
little daughter left Sun-
Nancy,
large as to Indicate a wholesome businesses on West Palm Beach, will }
use he has followed the Sunday. Every- speak at
Script- seconded by J. H. Moore the days here as the guest of Mr. and day for their home In Houston,
Interest in the services of the opening ceremonies
Jral injunction "Bear one an- thing was closed "air-tight" Sun- of the three-
ye Board unanimously agreed to Mrs. J. C. Jones.
accept Texas after: spending the past
ther's burdens," and has put his Church, and out-of-town visitors day morning at 9:30: a. m. Maybe day competition. Players are expected -
bid ,
for sale of Clearwater Franky Hager who has been three weeks here with relatives.Mr. ii
rong shoulder under the burden were present at both. our councilmen will make more Bonds at 59 and accrued interest. spending some time here with his from each of the 76 suf- ';

jrhlch pressed down so hard on Prayer meeting service of this' history and give us some Thursday aunt, Mrs. J. C Jones left: last and Mrs. T. N Norman fleboard clubs In Florida. :
week was : afternoons: off and daughter, Dorthea, Miss Audrey \"
ny tired shoulders. conducted by Mrs. A this summer. RISING Thursday for the CCC Camp near '
Norman and Mr. Homer
However, the day I spent withy Wood.minute services These mid-week of thirty I Deputy Sheriff C. R. Whitehead By Mrs. II. II. Lewis Brooker. He Is expected to leave Sterns of Michigan spent Sundayin Woolen Home Burns F<
friend In one of the more than prayer and arrested C. T. Kitties In a Jack- for the Pacific Coast soon. ,

o hundred prosperous stores other forma of worship are In- sonville "hot-spot" Monday night. Miss Irene Lewis returned Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Oasklns attended Gainesville and Ocala. The home of W. C. Wooten at Ii

trhlch his dynamic mind directs formal in their procedure but are The negro has been hunted by the Wednesday after home the "working" at the Dyal Miss Ella Mae Sapp spent last Lawtey burned to the ground
|nd the found worthwhile to those in at sheriff's officers: for four months.He spending a few week with Mrs. Eva Wasdln. about one o'clock
controls. thing that made 'days with her. sister and brother- Cemetery last Friday. Due to the Thursday morn ii
lie .most..!abiding and favorable tendance.The was brought to the Bradford In-law Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow bad weather only a few were Mr. H. Keene and sons Vancle ing of last week. The house was !Iii:

pression on my mind was' not I service of next Sunday County jail where he will remain Thomas of LaCrosse. there and the Cemetery was not and R. C. of Shamrock spent the unoccupied at the time, the Woot- t
he thousands morning will be conducted the until bondsmen are obtained.Mr. week-end here with Mrs. H, en family ,
of dollars he has I by Rev. and Mrs. W. E. Hall of entirely cleaned up so every one having been living at ;,.
Iven away. It was his friendly I pastor and the District Superintendent and Mrs. J. S. Shuford and Green Cove Springs were visitingthe Is invited back to finish up clean- Keene. Klngaley Lake recently, and nothing .
ktlllude to the humblest of his the Rev. Dr. J. H. Daniel family were visiting relatives in bed side of Mr. Ruby Crosby' ing the cemetery Friday, Junuary J Mr. and Mrs. J. F Shaw and was saved except a few pieces;
Employees. will deliver the sermon in the Jacksonville Sunday. Sunday afternoon. Mr. 19. children of the State Farm were of porch furniture and a few ar- rI
Is
Crosby
While we were eating in the evening. Immediately followingthe I The Rev. Mr Enfield has returned very ill. visiting Mr. and, Mrs. L. L. Conner I tides from Inside the house. The .:

beautiful restaurant which Is run close of the service of wor- Sunday. log wall only partly covered
to his duties as pastor of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Simmons of PINE LEVELBy by
connection with one of the ship the Third Quarterly Conference the Church Fair Banks Misses Margurlte and Marie Insurance.
Baptist after
a three were visiting Mr. and Mrs. II. M. McKae
btores, he introduced me so graci- tor this Church year will be Sapp were visiting Mr and Mrs. ,,{
weeks visit with his wife and Mrs. E. C. Lewis Sunday.Mr. *-, ,
usly to several of the waitresses conducted by Dr. Daniel. Re- family In Waterloo, Iowa. and Mrs1. Russell Carter and Eld. W. E. Hall filled his regu- A. J. Williams of Jacksonville - -- ",

nd told me about their mothers ports at this time will be given children of Heilbronn lar appointment at Pine Level recently
and with the look of unselfish enthusiasm oy the pastor an dtbe officials:: of Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Harrell, Jr.,i Mrs. Carter's were visitIng Church through the week-end. Wo are sorry to report that ,

iti his eye he told me the Church Church School, and .1 have returned from a holiday I Bert Shaw, mother, Mrs. Miss Elizabeth Marriage of Mrs. Felix Sapp Is sick at the l

bout the girl!! going to night Womans Society for Christian visit Island with Grove.C. Mrs.. Harrell's family In Mrs. K.: J. Sunday.Lewis returned home Gum Branch spent Monday night Jiome of her parent Mr. and Mrs. ,

chool and how wonderful: they Service. A cordial invitation to Sunday after. spending a few days with Mr. and Mrs. B. M. McKae.J. L. L. Conner.! We wish her a I ,

ere to their mothers, and so attend the service of worship and W. Wooten was visiting with with her daughter and son-in-law, R. Hall of Daytona spent the speedy recovery.

any little 'details about their to remain for the Quarterly Con- friends in Gainesville during the Mr. and Mrs. Newsom Mott of week-end here with hU. family -----.--- .;1

Ives. Later I found out that he, '"rence. There will be a brief interlude holidays.Mr. Brooker. Mrs. Lillian McRae and daughter -. Special Show 1r.

Imself, was helping the girls to I between these services. and Mrs. V. R. Reddish Mrs.\ Walter teilmormon and Hester, and grandchildren I ,
At Palace
o to school by paying their tut-I Monday afternon: the Woman'sSociety entertained friends with a chicken daughter, Patsy, of Theressa were Bobble and Donnie Phillips, all of J

ion. for Christian Service will dinner at their home Thursday visiting Mr. and Mra. Ruby Crosby Gainesville, were visiting Mia. II, Heading a cast of funmaker'i

It Is a wonderful: thing for men hold its monthly business and devotional evening. Those attending were: Friday.Mr. ,:M. McRae Tuesday. who will appear on the stage at M

horn God has prospered to re- meeting in the main Miss Beatrice Miner Miss Pauline Bobbie Oliver of Jacksonville Elder and Mrs. W. K. Hall of the Palace Theatre In Jacksonville, ENGRAVING 't

Ulze that they are God's stewardsnd auditorium of the Church at 3:30: Anders, E. D. Rahn Mr. and I was visiting his uncle and I Green Cove Springs were dinner Saturday-Sunday, January 13-14

that their possessions are en- o'clock Mrs. W. E. Middleton Mrs mAl'>.. Wesley Crews and Bill Plum- aunt. Mr and Mrs. R. M. Crosby.. Kueata: of Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Mc- Is OSWALD, Hollywood's Comedy TilE FINEST THAT "

rusted to them to be used care- president of the Society presiding. ---- Sunday. Rae Saturday.Mr. Favorite Creator of the catch MONEY CAN BUY

illy for the glory of God. It is Membership In the 550-100 Club, The Ladles,Aid held Its regular I Mrs. Eddie Drlggers and children and Mrs. E. J. Brown, and phrase "OH YEAH," and featured :

ore marvelous still for a man toe a club recently organized In (he. H.meeting at the home of Mrs. 'A. of: Plant City. Miss Rosa Mae Buddy Oliver of Sampson City comedian on the famous Tolly- VISITING CARDS ,;

an Intelligent Christian and Church by the pastor, has con-i Harley Tuesday afternoon.: I Norman of Lake Wales and Mrs. were dinner guests of Mr. and wood Hotel and Rudy Valise Programs -
Miss Ruth
now enough to Invest his money tinued to grow and to meet the. Jones of Tallahassee! J. K. NOI'man of Starke, were Mrs. J. L. Underhill Saturday. and also known as Ken

Institutions that stand for God need for which It was organized.I spent the holidays here with her I visiting Mrs. J, W. Urlggers Sun- Elder and. Mrs. O. .1. Raulerxon Murray's Radio 'Pal. WEDDINGINVITATIONS .,
nd the parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. B. and Mr. and Mra. Lee Yarbrough,
authority of the Bible.Ut An invitation is extended every Others In the cast Include Carl
j'ones.
no gift: of money can take member of our Church to join this day.Rev.. N. T. King and Mr. II. H. all of Jacksonville, were dinner Freed, eccentric Orchestra Leader "

>e place of a friendly note, or a Club and put through Its mem- business The best Is way to help Lawtey Lewis were. visiting Mr. K. L. guests at Mr. and Mis. II. M. Mc- whose comedy antics with the BIRTH

mpathetlc handshake or a ten- bership to meet a progressiveneed never to refuse a Bowers of Iioatd rain Saturday.Mr. Hue's home Sunday. violin an well an his Irnpersonn-

er wonl spoken at the rightme. of the Church. For membership political cigar or soft drink, but Walter Underhill and son. Frank Davis and mother, Mrs LiOnS of vmloUH! bund leaders will ANNOUNCEMENTSSYMPATHY

see the pastor! or any be sure not "to take too many Paul, made a business trip to T. B. Hodges und Owen McKae make for a new high In laughter.

I believe In organized charities. member of the Club whose name "liquid votes. Jacksonville Saturday. were visiting at the State Farm Carl Freed also features a groupof

stand for intelligent Investigation Is posted in the vestibule of the W. J. VVIlkeison. has been chosen I Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Conner Sunday. young men known as the Harmonica ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS
to replace the late "Uncle Ed"Bennett Elder: E. R. Bowers of Hoat-
of
Institutions before God's Church.
were visiting Mr. and! Mm.' W. R. Lads. These Harmonica
oney is Invested. It Is not A full report of the membership -[ as janitor of the Lawtey Conner of Saxon, Thursday.Mr. ,drain was visiting Mr. and Mrs. Lads are well known on the air,

nough for an institution or a I of this Club and the success school.Weather and Mis. Hairy Bishop of H M. McKae Thursday evening. having broadcast for six months Bradford County
conditions ,
have assured Mrs\ Mildred of
erson to "Just mean well. of the Club meeting the obligationfor Tampa were visiting !their uncle Dyal Sampson over the world's most powerful: I
Ioney Is often wasted by well us that our loading plat- and aunt Mr. City was visiting her pnrents Mr.and TelegraphS
which it was formed will be and Mrs. H. II. Radio Station WLW, Cincinnatiand

breclous leaning people. Money la too announced in next week'a- Issue of form handle will the be 1940 completed Strawberry In time crop.to Lewis Monday night.Mr. Mra. V. A. .Browning Sunday. on many famous Radio -S __ p.p-- ____- __aa_ ,
to be wasted. It Is a slh the Telegraph. As many as will I and Mrs. Claris Hutchlnnon i
Did you know that it takes 2-
lo sacrifice on the altar of extravagance are urged to join before Sunday so 600 of i and children. of Water Oak. were GRAHAM
strawberries
God's silver and gold. that the report of the work of quarts to visiting Mr. and Mrs. Euerett By Mrs. L. C. Smith and Clean"
\fter the feast 'In the desert, the Club may be given* at that make one quart? of pure straw Norman Saturday. milk Is, more than a

esus said. "Gather up the frag- time. berry extract Mr. and Mrs. Fred Johnson of phrase with us. We
ent.." He set all of His followrs All who are Interested in the BETHEL Waldo and Mrs. R. M, Johnsonand Invite the public to
future of athletics at B.: H. S. and
an example of the right kindf daughter Madge, were viSIting drive out to ouj
( FIRST CARGO OF PULP wish to aid in making It the best Sly 1-11'11. I). D. Woodard
economy and by the act of sav- first of Mr.. and Mrs. Ancle Normanof Dairy ((3 miles Southon
The
Femandlna,- cargo obtain Information -
g the food that WILl left over. may concernIng the Rising section Sunday.Mr. Road 13J and Inspect -
bleached, sulphite pulp has been the "Boosters Club" from Bill Mrs. Emma Allen has returned
e would bring under convictionany and Mrs. Clarence Melton our plaat.'MATHEWS' .
home from Cast Palatka
shipped from the new $8,000,000 Plummer. where I
a man and Institution. and little eons, Cecil and James.
she
spent the two weeks.Mrs. .
Rayonler Corporation plant. past
"What a shame for Gods money R. V. Hlggenbotham has I of Starke attended church and
be wasted" Mr. Moody said HAMPTON were dinner guests of Mr. and
returned home after
ne day as he picked up some Trade your old typewriter In on By Alias Ada NimmoMr. spending a i Mrs. Berry Dyal Sunday.
week with her mother, Mrs. Jim- ;
brand, Liberal
[irculars which had been printed a new portable. mie Woodard.Mica Miss Alta Smith and Miss Mar- l

advertise his meetings and had terms. Bradford County Tele- .. Summers and son, Joseph, Lea fie Starling was a dinner gie Mathews of Starke recently

t been given out to the people.es graph. and sister, Mrs. Stifle Houser, all guest of Miss Gladys Lee spent several days In Daytona

| all men need to learn the of Jacksonville, attended preach- Beach as the house guest of Mr.
>sponstbimy of stewardship and heart or take the place of an ing at the Baptist Church last Sunday.Mrs. and Mrs. O. O. Graven.
I R. L. Lee was the dinnergu.st
ould Invest their money for God 'understanding look In the eye ofa Sunday. We are glad to report that lit- '
of her daughter, Mrs. Lilly &
the most scientific! way pos- friend when one Is lonely and Mrs. Nlram Wynn and daughter -t Coleman. Sunday. tle Betty Jean Jones who hal <.," .C{

jfble, but it Is possible for men distressed.All Miss Dora Mae, are moving Miss\ Thelma Prevatt and! Mrs been on the sick list, Is better at ,

give so scientifically that theye men, however busy they to Starke this week, where I' Ruby Copper of Jacksonville were this writing.Mr. I MODEL

the blessing of their genero- may be, should take a little time they will spend the Spring and visiting Miss Gladys Lee Friday.We and Mrs. David Ourbln of
ty. out just to be kind and do a little Summer months Jacksonville and Mr. and Mm.
to learn that Mr .
are sorry I
Giving cold cash to causes charity by the direct method. The Dr. F. S. Gardner and wife from I Calvin Grlnson Is on the sick list. George Conway of I'atatka spent DAIRY v<'

owever good they may be, will heart may waste a little money Alabama, arrived here this week. Sunday with their mother, Mra C. <

pot enrich the soul aa much as that the head might save, but They are occupying the large I Gainesville this week. Fogg. !"7ARKE FLORIDA /SEY

living one's self in a tender. sympathetic after all. la It wasted ? It Is not rooming house In the eastern part Romle Anilreu. one of Starke's The Rev. L. II. Hemingway of ,

Christian way. Money wasted if: it keeps the heart of of town. efficient barbers has recently Starke filled his regular appoint- "
\
ay buy bread for the hungry, the giver burning with the fire The Rev. and Mrs. C. A. War- moved Into the Nlram Wynn residence ment at the Baptist Church Sunday "ONE_QUART LIQUID$ ,, \ SEALED BB48jirii :

-it it cannot bind up a broken of a holy sympathy. ren were business visitors to near the school building. morning and night. --- !

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': MEMBER state senator, will oppose politically Bank in Starke until I resignedto a" b 'n i sv
century may demand; his luck-the demo- wise Lex Green who has join the Army.I "lr

iwmr PRESS ASSOCIATION \ cratic luck-of weathering even his own managed to bold Ma seat In Congress enlisted as a Private In the

\J JEo greatest mistakes ; his spontaneous capacityfor past sixteen against years.all comers Both men for are tbe United States Army in May, 1917; t} rti9
3ot vtwi 3lotida
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indignation; and his gift-the greatest from Starke and are second cous-
L. Matrtiemt ____________ Editor and Owner head of state of ins. and was mustered out of service
possessed by living a --
any In August, 1919, as First Lieu-
SUBSCRIPTION RATE expressing the humane and democratic faithin Another luscious morsel for the tenant,
politically-conscious, and afford
words have added immensely to I accepted a position as Auditing
In Advance eloquent
1'.arlyI\IJ.\ Oh; Months, 75c-Payable ing Bradford County voters the -
Clerk In the Comptroller's office
f Adtertinlng Kate on Application this Nation's prestige. first opportunity In history to bal-
"And nothing that has happened abroad lot for a circuit judge is the con- in 1921 Three months laterI This huge transport airliner trie lights, heat, hydraulic bray
was appointed Abstract and
test in which Judge A. Z. Adklns as will come' to Starke Thursday: air wheels, electric starters ,
Weather Conditions This Year has caught him unawares. He has long pre- Appropriation Clerk. In 1922 I federal licensed material, aml'o.
will face two-possibly three- January 18th, and will remain at
p More to Liking of Berry Growers pared in his mind for the developmentswhich .opponents. Henry L. Gray, Gaines- was appointed one of the four erated on state approved alrfle]
Starke three
State Bank Examiners.In Airport days only
at all times.
and have come, and therefore has been ville attorney, announced his can-
Mother Nature, an ever-changing 1824 I was appointed by Friday, Saturday and Sunday,
and E. Manned U.
i with- didacy this week, Col. D. by S. Cover
able to confront the immediate events
entirely unpredictable old dame, has decreed Knight, ex-state senator, Is ex- Governor Cary A. Hard'e as one January 19, 20 and 21, I I licensed transport pilots, assist

that the 1940 strawberry season in Brad- out panic." pected to announce at an early of the four State Auditors. The big plane will operate by a ground crew of five iii.

ford County will be run on an entirely dif- These words, coming as they do from date. Tolbert Black,young Baker When the present State Audit dally! and untjl dark each evening.The Other safety features prost

of th Administration's most severe County lawyer, has also told ing Department was created in general public will be given passengers riding in the
ferent schedule than was the case in 1939. one e friends that 1will\, make the 1927, Mr Knott, who Is now State the opportunity to enjoy a sky- plane are assured by the 11111'

The Telegraph's issue of this week ex- critics, add weight to the belief that we race. The primary contest here Treasurer, was appointed State ride over the city and surrounding three Independent motor pig j

actly one year ago contained the following have held for the past eight years-that Is for "recommendation," after Auditor and I was appointed as territory at a nominal cost. and all metal I construe

President Roosevelt will go down in historyas which the Governor makes the one of his Assistants by Governor The giant ship Is one of the throughout. The big plane
"Berries Flourish in Warm Spell,
' headline: appointment. Names will not appear John W. Martin, which position I largest of Its kind In America, $56,000, has a wing spread of
I and the story went on to state that over 300 one of the greatest humanitarians (as on the General Election bal- held during the remainder of his with 1,000 total horsepower. feet, weighs 10,000 pounds loa

crates had been shipped during the past well as statesmen) of the age. lot. term and under Governor Carl- Equipped with all modern con and Is capable of carrying 14
ton until July, 1929, when I resigned
O veniences, such as lavatory, elec-
week, and that carlot shipments were ex- In the state-wide campaigns, to again accept an appoint- sengers.
"Old Moore's" Tens Us Bradford Countlans will follow
pected by the first of February. ment as State Bank Examiner.

p This season, however cold weather has What to Expect In The Year 1940 .i with"home-town Interest boy"the In progress the person of of a I served as State Bank Examiner Charles F. Boyer "Feast of Lights"

hit hard and heavy during January, holding Since time began human beings have I Bill Wainwright, present state tion until to accept 1934 when a position I left this with posi-the Died In JacksonvilleThe At St. Mark'sA

berry production back and nipping shipments amused themselves by seeking to penetratethe auditor week, who his definitely candidacy announcedthis as state Federal Housing Administrationas many friends in Bradford religious drama of grj

:, in the bud before even "scrapping"had veil of the future and to know ahead of treasurer. He will be opposed bya Chief Mortgage Risk Examiner County of Mr. and Mrs. Charles beauty and unique spiritual a

got under way to any great extent. time, what good or evil fortune lies in store. next-door-neighbor, Ed Larson for the State of Florida. Ferrell Boyer of Jacksonville will peal will be presented on Sund
On February 26, 1936, I was to learn of night, January 14 St. Mar
of regret the death of Mr. at
This season's weather program how- Even people of the most skeptical nature are Keystone Heights.In
appointed State Auditor Gov-
by Boyer Friday night of last week Episcopal Church at 8:45 oclt.
: ever (which might seem disasterous to an intrigued by the prophecies of almanacs and the Governorship melee the ernor Fred P. Cone.I at his home there. Mrs. Boyerwas I The hour selected Is In order|
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1'' outsider) is in reality welcomed by most experienced reputed soothsayers. In Europe, for many names locally most are those frequently of Fuller mentioned Warren am married, the father of formerly Miss Ella Manning, avoid conflict with the sere
)I three children, a member of the daughter of Mr. and Mrs J. C. of other churches in the city tn
Bradford County strawberry Old Moore's Almanac has enjoyed
years, Jacksonville; Francis P.
American Mason
i Legion a Shrln- Manning of Starke. whose ministers and membeuj
growers. They had much rather see the great popularity among people who are en- Whitehair, DeLand; Spessard Holland '.'er, an Elk, and a life-long Demo The number of participants In I
deceased
who was 46
I production of their plants held back at the tertained or influenced by such predictions. Fraser, ,Bartow St. Augustine.; and Walter It Is still B. crat. age, was burled In Riverside yearsof pageant have been secured I

;''l beginning of a season, than to see them Here are a few of the events it forecastsfor early In the game however, and In for offering the office myself of State as a Treasurer candidate -- Memorial Park Cemetery Sun- ated courtesy which Is highly app

flourish in an unseasonable. warmth and 1940 : some maintain'' that "the next I am following' the precedentset day. He was a World War Vet
eran. Funeral services held The culmination and climax|
then laid low by a freeze at the very peakof Hitler's health will fail and Field Mar- Governor hasn't announced yet. by Mr. Knott who was promoted afternoon were this Is the visit of
Sunday at 2:30: o'clock pageant t
It is doubtful If the field of can-
life. Then too if the shal Hermann will succeed him and from State Auditor to Wise SaviJ
their Goering Men
productive didates will reach the 1936 all- State Treasurer.I from the Church of Jesus Christ I to the Infant

season is delayed here, Bradford County this may open a pathway to a reconciliatory time high of 14. have served under four Gov- of Latter Day Saints, with Elder but It is preceded by scenes fri'

fruit will not be thrown on an already over- peace. Generally there will be a strength- Railroad Commissioner' Jerry W. ernors and feel that my qualifications Earl Boyer Starling presiding.and Elder Fred Testament the Old Testament,. Illustrating and the the thcij M

glutted market in competition with berries ening of the monarchies of the world and a Carter will add spice to the U. S. and experience have given' Besides his of the Messianic hope and Its 1 t
widow he Is
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survived
( Sanatoria! race If he makes good me sufficient training to perform -
; fromthe South Florida area. disintegration of authoritarian governments. I by his mother, Mrs. Char- flllment.
, his strong hint that he will enter the specialized duties that a SUC-!
:t There is no bemoaning of, the 1940 Important monthly predictions for 1940 follow the field with Hortense Wells, and cessful administration of this important -: lotte Boyer; a son, Charles F. From the darkness and glol
Boyer, Jr.,; a sister, Mrs. W, B. which shrouded the actors in I u
l brand of weather up till now. If the worst : writer Charles Francis Coe in op- office requires:
great drama of sin and'punlment \\
Webb, all of Jacksonville and
Incumbent Senator ; by
to If the
of
position native '
people State
I.V of the cold comes soon and leaves us alone In January an important Soviet political my I two brothers. Alton G. Boyer of in the garden of Eden tb
Charles O. Andrews.Altogether see fit to honor me with this promotion
t? in late February and March, Bradford Coun- leader will die; in February Japanese 'It looks like a big I nrjLuise them an honest,I Wllllston, and Melvin C. Boyer of lerstood sounds nevertheless promise of, a rcdemptiii little

'! : ty growers! will find their profits much Imperialistic aims will be sharply checked, year for politics-those who like efficient, and economical admini- Eustis. and ultimate victory for the "se
I IIf! of this than to live It, and ,those who like to stration. I Mr. Boyer was born In Willis-
1 larger at the end season they probably by the United States; 'Germany of the woman. From lawglv
y talk It. But candidates who wantto ton July 12, 1893, and had resid-
did in 1939. and Italy will have economic and politicalcrses be on the 18ide looking out"when Opening ServicesAt ed in Jacksonville for the past 13 prophet and seer this Mess
: hope rises, clearer and dl
-p- ; something sensational promised in the votes are counted, will years and at the time of his more |
nlfled
: Park-of-Palms as the centuries tint,
J Increasing Circulation of Telegraph March about a Nazi leader; Prime Minister I have to work .fast for only three death was an electrician employed It reaches Its fullest expression pass i

i Shows Reader Appreciation Chamberlain will make a major political I. and a half month,'a re left before of George F. Tibbetts, familiar Department.by the Jacksonville He served the Electric De- the Inspired words of Isaiah "unj
the eventful ,first primary
X winter resident of Keys tone us a child Is born, unto us a sis >
? Our subscribers: and friends through- achievement in April,leading to pacificationo May 7.LEY partment 11 years.
Heights, announces that he will i given,- and his name shall
t: out Bradford County have made it a very >_ Western Europe.In REEN. I open the auditorium at Park-of- In 1923 Mr.. Boyer lived and wasemployed called Wonderful. Counsellor.

\v happy year for the Telegraph, for in checking May, there will be a cyclone off (; SEEKS the-Palms, on Brooklyn Lake near < in Starlce: and at that Mighty God The' Everlnsttt

: over our books at the end of 1939 were Florida, adverse conditions in Wall Street, HOUSE SEAT AGAIN I here, Sunday with two servicesone time met Miss Manning, to whomhe Father, The Prince of Peace."
t' at 3 p. m. and another at 7:30: ( was married August 3, 1924. I The' mission of John the I)n
found that circulation revenue for the past possibly revolutions in Germany and Italy I
Continued from One) those
( Page -P.> m Among attending the List proposes the way for
.1 twelve months was the. greatest since the and much military activity in Poland Rus- In war and In experiencing the I I The opening Is under the aus- funeral services in Jacksonville King and in the appointed tic

,;J.. boom days of 19271! sia .and Rumania. In June Premier Musso- horrors and tragedies of war. The pices of the Gospel Volunteers of Sunday were Mr and Mrs W H. Angels raise above the silt:

t, of nation Is of Importance the World. Inc, of which Mr. Hart Mr. and Mrs. J. C Man- listening hills of Bethlehem the
: We are very proud and happy over this lini and King Victor Emmanuel must watch peace our more
than all other at Tibbetts is founderdirector.At ning, Mrs Edith Moseley and two deathless song of praise that ne\|
dt t fact for dollars speak even louder than their steps because the signs are bad. In this particular time. Our things Presi- the afternoon meeting there children Edna Mae and L. E. shall be stilled while hum

I words, and we know that when a man pays July, military activity will threaten Russia dent and our Secretary of State will be several five-minute talks I I Moseley, Mr. and Mrs. L. W. hearts beat warm with,,grattti)

J' hard-earned. cash for a newspaper in Iraq, Hungary, Poland and Rumania.In are doing all they can to keep us by well-known resident leaders Strickland, Mr. and Mrs. V. F. and love.
of Florida. The general subject Manning, and Mr. and Mis W. | The )
of the t it
message Angela
out of this world conflict. I am
these when dollar it is will break
days every counts August, the United States will be "How C. '
supporting them fully and whole- I Can We Help Mankind Manning, all of Starke, and adoration of the shepherds
'l: a sure sign that he appreciates! the paper off diplomatic relations with the totalita- heartedly In this, I shall continueto I Most Effectively?" There Mr. and Mrs. C. W Beasley of I accompanying scenes represent)

and enjoys reading it. rian states, either Mexico or Cuba. In Sep- do all within'my power to keep will also be a musical program.At Gainesville and Mlsa Pearl Man- the adoration of children aa

:f To our subscribers-those who have temper, international affairs will take a' our nation out of war. To the and evening slides service, motion ning of Ft. Myers.. women are reverently portrayIn !
will
'stand the pictures Illustratethe --i music and drama.
k made this excellent record possible-we can turn for the better and in October will follow nations strengthen, we our are appropriatinghuge among subject "Saved to Serve in LODR-Time ResidentOf Last of all the Wise Men man

,:; best:' show our appreciation by striving to moves for peace which, in November,' sums for national defense, the War Which Cannot Fall." down the aisle of the darke

j, make each issue of the Telegraph better will continue and, in December there will bea which is wise. During these Mr. Tfbbetts has spent several County Dies church singing the well kDO

:4: than the preceding one: To make our news new orientation of world politics, with the times of grave concern I urge years in building up his southern Ander A. Hutcheson 69, died anthem "We Three Kings
headquarters at Keystone Heights. Orient "
the people of our district to lay,: Monday afternoon, January 1, at Are, They ,offer I th
"i. more interesting our pictures more amusing United States taking the leading role. aside rivalries Jealousies, 111 feel- Great pride Is felt In the new his country home 8 miles went of J gifts to the King whose star t/I/

;"' our advertisements more attractive, and our Thus read a few of the predictions set Ing towards their neighbors far,: auditorium at Park-of-the-Palms. Starke after a lengthy Illness ; have followed and worship at

advice more beneficial. This we pledge ourselves forth in this time-honored old almanac. Our and near, and to be thoughtful) The interior Is arranged in am- Funeral services were held the, shiine.
calm and I united, and prepared to phi-theatre style, with comfort- .
to do, and when 1911 rolls:' around we readers can take them, or leave them as be fate able auditorium, chairs. When following day, Tuesday, at 3:30:
meet whatever
may our o'clock In Conner Cemetery with Falls Into {Window
feel that will find all old choose but at least it should interesting decorated for services, it resembles -
sure we our they ; prove In this world conflict. I I the Rev. W E. Hall of Green:

,1@:i friends, and many new ones within the circle to save the paragraphs and see how "I earnestly ask your cooperation a conservatory, with Its Cove Springs presiding. pall-I Mrs. Eva Fernandez, vete
I arrangements of and flow.I
palms of flee
: ) of the Telegraph's family of readers many of the forecasts are borne out in actual and I invoke the thoughts I bearer were L. L. Conner, post employee here, luckj
bJH and prayers of all, that our nation ers.A Perryman Joe Sistrunk, A. J. escaped even minor Injuries TIM
-O- fact number of local friends of Mr. day morning when she <
and be Thomas, j stepped
people may spared Kirby Crews, and A. O. I
Uoose\elt'n War Time Policies O from the horrors and tragedies of and Mrs Tibbetts expect to attend Andreu Interment (in the Cemetery | a banana skin and fell sldewat

j;, Have Increased His Stature Government "Social Security"Will this war, and that we, the Ameri- Palms. services Keystone at Heights Park-of-the-on the followed the funeral services:I,I against at the the plate glass show widow
Tip M
; That President Roosevelt has steered Soon He A Reality can people, may be InstrumentalIn opening Sunday, and note the Immediately, I though the glass Top broke Grocery into nwi
bringing about on earth.
peace The
our ship of state with unimpeachable wisdom February the first will be a great day ---. numerous improvements that have deceased is survived by I sharp and jagged fragments, Stone ]
been made to this beautiful his wife, Mrs. Mattle Hutcheson
t since the outbreak of hostilities abroad, for many an elderly American, for on that, Cold Spell Broken pieceof of which could have Inflict
property. by two sons, Clarence and serious
Ellery Injury, Mrs. Fernandea
1 can hardly be denied by anyone who posT date the United States Treasury will make I
celved
Warmer weather arrived yester- HutChSHOn hv_.. turn daughters. Mrs.' only a few small cuts
sesses a half-way open mind. Even his bitterest its first old age retirement payments under day after a cold spell of unusually REA CooperativeWill Ruby Alvarez and Mrs. Maude her clothing.

t enemies find little to criticize, and the terms of the Social Security Act. I long; duration which brought Enlarge Plant Norman, all of Starke and by
.'
Observe
v\\ his severest critics openly admire his states- To be eligible for the benefits a worker heavy fronts to Bradford County three sisters, Mrs. Mollie Clark Will Holiday
several mornings over a period of I I A. P. Michaels. cotlSultlJg!: and Mrs. Agnes Clarke I
both
; manship. Dorothy Thompson, widely-read must be sixty-five of (by Jan- of II
years age almost two weeks. Temperatureshere engineer of Orlando, and Federal Keyavllle. and Mrs. Dora Brownof I The Florida Bank at Starke '

l columnist who hIs never minced words uary 1)), must have worked in six different early this week dropped as engineers met with Project Superintendent Nichols; and by one brother, not be open for business on

when attacking Administration policies with calendar quarters since the end of 1936 and low ta 29 degrees-slightly above C. S. James at Key- Coquitt Hutcheson of Plant City. day, January 19, Robert E. Le
last week's low of 27 Strawberry stone Heights Saturday to discuss birthday, a Legal Holiday In
'I' which she did not agree devoted several must have earned $50 or more during each Mr. Hutcheson was born In Co- State of
production continues to be held In enlarging the Florida.
power plant owned
paragraphs recently to high praise of Roose- of them. check and it will likely be the by the Clay County co-operative quitt moved, Ga.to, February 16, 1870, and .

velt, the man, his principles and his objec- Persons of sixty-five years who cannot middle of February before volume Plans are being made to triple age of four Bradford County at the CARD OF THANKS
tives. reaches any substantial figure. the capacity of the years with his par- We wish to take' this me
the time generating
: qualify at present may work on ents, A. E. and Buthaney Hutche- of our ''
thanking
plant. Demands have kind friends
i:I So well-expressed were Miss Thomp until they have gained sufficient wage I State Auditor Here heavy that new generators been will so son, and has lived and earned his neighbors for the many exp

f sons thoughts, and so perfectly in accord credits and pensioners may continue to work I probably be twice the size of the livelihood by farming In this'tons of sympathy and the beau!(

au with the sentiment of this newspaper that after qualifying, providing they do not earn H. B Moore of the State Auditing present total capacity of the county He wa since married that time. ful floral offerings during

ir we take the liberty of quoting from her more than $15 a month. Maximum benefit Department started Monday plant. James said ers 44 to Mattle Wat- recent death of our beloved 11
years ago, and he
: on a regular audit of the office of The annual election of officers I was a band and father.
; recent column: at this time is $82.40-that which is pos- i the clerk of the circuit court will be held at Keystone January member of the Pine Level Baptist -Mrs. Mattie HutchesonBELCHING

"The most severe critics of the President i- sible for a worker with a wife over sixty- here. A general audit of all county 16, and farmers from the follow'.i Church. child'
.
,;/ must admit this: that throughout this five, and with one or more dependent child offices will probably be, made,!/ ing counties will name the new I -- FUN'
Moves
i J. world, wherever men suffer humiliation and ren. Mr. Moore said. directors: Clay, Alachua, Marion, Insurance Office IS NO
Union, Voluala, Putnam, Brad. Belching Is disagreeable
injustice; wherever they are engaged, So government "social N. D. (Noon) Wainwright, Jr., often
security" i is at New House At Lake ford. Columbia and Levy. this embarrassing. If youa
1- against their will, in mortal combat; wher- long last an accomplished endeavor. And if Chester Lake, admlnlstatlve Into week the moved his Insurance office spoonful of Blama-Rex .p
Construction began this weekon I field ever they secretly and sullenly cherish the the elderly people of this great country representative of REA 'will by the Starlee
en- a cottage at Beauty'Shop.
: Kingsley Lake forMr. address the can expel stomach quick
meeting. It is gas
I.K never-to-be-extinguished hope for liberty, joy days more free from worry and nights and Mrs. W, H. Hart whose there will be considerable expected Just west of the Starke Blsma-Rex acts four ways to.

equality and decency, the name of Franklin more filled with peaceful sleep, the program property la on the northwest side, discussion over duplication! of would Hotel. Mr. Wainwright stated he lleve actd-lndlgeatlon. Go to

! s" Delano Roosevelt brings a ray of light into will be worth what ere the cost. j near U the the contractor.Cady place. J. H. Fields areas lines in the Penlel and other courteous; continue, prompt to render service the that same has Rexall Blame-Rex-fc0 Drug Store dose and for auk

always been his practice. '
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