Bradford County telegraph
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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: January 26, 1940
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
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System ID: UF00027795:01116
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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tablished 1877 'e-; we should quietly hear both tide "Goethe E. L. Matthews Editor and Owner



Jour Freezes highly Establish a ic- Good Record For WinsThe Nat Sez: First Unit Of Cooling Plant Will Ask Public .';

Cessful"Town"basketball Arrives At Farmers' } ... 'I
Market To Contribute
ince Saturday; team ta Birthday Ball !

shown here dur- J. L. Gentry, manager of the 41''

"' State Farmers' Market la shown ",' ,,,'"

[ DamageAll just ing a before brief a pause recent w '. Next WeekPopular here interestedly Inspecting a i For Sewing Room r rc l

o game. This unit of the pre-coollng 'system i'';..: ,\ ; r t, .

aggregation has: OrchestraTo which will noon be added to the -.' t Decision Reached "";'

Agree Current won 9, lost 3, and I facilities of the Bradford County ,". .. N.'W. "' '; .
At Mass ,
For EventIn Meeting
Play ','
Month' Has Broken tied one in their platform The motor pictured ... ,' ,

Record For Long Cold 13 encounters thus New ArmoryFor above Is 5 horsepower, watercooled ,;.>\; '!. Tuesday Night ,: '. t
I. .
and capable of carrying a 8-
far this season
I t hMembers the ...' An attempt will be made to rer )f
freezing mornings out of are: ,, r many many years peo ton load. It arrived at the mar- L :' ''i"! !: : "
Four ,
pie of Bradford County have beet \\1.$ vlve four foundering sewing room ;;
ket early this week and will be In : '
six! (bottom row) Bob ':, ",
possible reading "Nat Sez"-the Inimitable, stalled v .. ,. projects with a "tranafunion of ,. '' '
q as soon as specially con-
Simeon Phil- .
That Is the "cold deal" por- Long,Harold Grlf- advertisement of N. Steinberg structed doors for the cooling .. '/ ;.\<' blood" In the form of money solicited )

ned out to Bradford County'bye lips, t prominent Starke merchantap- received. H.' : from business men; [ i
weather man since last Sat- fis. (Middle row) r r; rooms are : '" .. \
f pearlng every week on page 5 of This motor will cool one large (':" throughout Bradford County
Jim Rltch t o
readings for the six- George ; "
Low "
day. recorded here on Manaasa Artford t the Telegraph. loom and one small room, or one "", I : The decision was made at amass }

vernment y period were thermometers as fol- Brown. .I(Back r'r This week In complete side of the pre-cooling -Jirt .. meeting In the courthouse. i '

) Theo. Hard- addition t o his structure recently built at the here Tuesday night which was attended j
Saturday 22.7; Sunday 25; row ''' Clt&-t I ,
wa: In, Charles' Priest regular message, east end of the market platform by around 50 leading
35 Wednes-
Tuesday ;
onday 23: Whitte- ,Nat "Sez"'some-, It will be used to cool rooms for liens of the county members of,. t
26.7.A Johnny
y 32.3; and Slim 'thing that a sizeable storage of meats and for holdingover the Board of County Commission. "
January that is believed to White. In the two games played this week, the town team tied the portion o f surplus supplies of all crops. ere sowing room supervisors ,aadgV \
setting a new all-time the population of t, Including rtrawberrles beans, com Women's \Mork Division Superior ) ,
prolonged cold continued true Coca-Cola quintet from Jacksonville S6-56 Saturday night and lost to Bradford' County and other truck.Construction ,-...,' tendent Sarah Hogan of Jackson" .1 :,1 j
with no prose Callahan 59-53 Tuesday night. Next Wednesday night the team will '
form yesterday baa been waiting -. of a hamper shedon Vllle. ,
relief in the weather play LaCrosse Tung Oilers In the Armory at 9 o'clock, following the < n,
to berry the north side of the platform Manager Admires It It was decided to name 'each J

intlnued n's terse prediction" of "Cloudy, B. H. S. game with LaCrosse high school. Nat ,Seat: .fl>*' P driveway was started yesterday. county commissioner as a con a4' T'{ "

cold. annual liirthdayBall mit tee of one to canvass buslaemen ***- ':,

Already heralded as "one of the for. ''the In hl. district and solicit'- J I .
Steak SupperAt District MeetingFor
West Januaries" on record the Cold Weather Fails I President In Bradford County will i funds for carrying on the sewing' ,*

[elegraph last week gave the be held Tuesday night Januar; School CafeteriaThere Townsendites rooms until the first of April. Bps; .

eather "3-line 30 head" on the bal that time U Is hoped that an.w. >< ,;! jl
30, in the fine new Armory
ont page. Little did we know 'To Cool Off County PoliticsCounty room. Time from 10 'til 2. will be a steak supper at A district mass meeting of the plan can be worked out for spon-ti!;! t ,1 t

owever that another -)ld wave, Nat Sez: Music will be furnished -' the B. H. S. cafeteria on Friday, Townsend. Club organization will sorahlp of the project, or that the** ,'

ore bitter than the first was on politics continued to funds for-hili further education at' ed Ted Sherwood and His February 2, from 0:30: until 8:00p. : be' held tonight (Friday) In the list of workers can be curtailed ;,'

way. simmer this week in spite of Emory University. He was employed Floridians of Gainesville. This m. courthouse at 7:30: o'clock. because of Increased employment f) (f

Of the many people questioned frigid temperatures that kept can unfit recently at Carpen-I Is practically the same organization Proceeds of the event will go Speakers for the occasion will during the strawberry season.. fif;j

his week old and young alike, didates hovering around the fire ter's Drug Store In Starke. that played here for the,< I Into the cafeteria fund to help pay be John R. Gurtler, national representative Under a new provision of the' :*

o one could recall a more pro- side. It was freely predictedthat well known to the people of Brad Christmas dance, with the ex for the average of 72 free meals of Townsend Clubs, and Federal Saw, sponsors of the sewIng .j

ratted cold spell, or a January "things will start hummln' ford County and promises faith ception that Rabbit Bobbins, the per day which are given to needy F. Manley Goldsberry, "trail- rooms are required to provide 4
current one hi as soon as the cold spell break ful, courteous and efficient service bust and under-nourished children. blazer" and of ,'
hat equalled the leader, has retired to enter personal representative 25 percent of the total cost the

rolonged frigidity. It is not un- and the political mercury rises In if elected. ness somewhere in Georgia. The cafeteria: la also In need of of Dr. Townsend. project whereas m the past pay- :J$; '

isual in fact for an unseasonal unison with that In the thermo The first two "official" political Nat Sea: Therp will be a home< dishes, etc.. to replace broken Senator Charley E. Johns vice- ment of only 23 percent of ma'J/;

arm spell to come in January meter. announcements make their ap! talent floor show and jitterbug pieces. Part of the food for the president of the Starke club asks terlals used was required. Thet\tI

au sing trees to bud and various Little more than three months pearance in the Telegraph thti contest; plenty of entertainment supper will be given by local that representatives of every new provision would Increase this .

rops to put on considerable remain until the first primary week. They are those of Mr, for dancers and Spectators alike merchants. Townsend, organization In the I county's burden from around $127

rowth. I election on May 7, and those who Those who have attended Birthday; Price of the meal will be 25 county be present at this Important per month to more than $900. '

'"Busted" water pipes and frozn have tried Hollingsworth and ol Col. D. E Balls here In the past know thai I cents. meeting I County Commissioners, whose ':t ,

automobile radlatoraJjKer! 11 It ltay "You Knight whose announcement for it is almost as much fun to "looton" 1040 budget had already been adopted t!

ommon occurances Sttturd 3noming don't real-- Circuit judge Is found below. as It is'.to dance. Everybody had previously announced'' I

-coldest of the lot. and i I Ice: how .come out and ,join In the fun! New Deal' Policies LaudedAt that It was impossible for them "4' ,
r :
ce formed In open vessels in many pro Nat Sea:' Admission will be,< to meet the new demand and call- ;J

ome instances even inside closet I ple live Ir $1.50 per' couple and SOc for .Jackson ed Tuesday night's meeting In the d. '

uildlngs. W. P. A. laborers wen l radtord extra or "unattached" ladles. .Day Eyent".r hope that Home plan would be advanced '

ailed off the, road Wednesday : County'un' :Nat Sez\AII: everybody know "To Thomas Jefferson fatheiof for meeting the Increased ;: t

naming.because rains early' tnU,,; til you gelout by"now pet proceeds from the, dream of equalIty LL .expenditure. : j
;Hthe American ,
freezes and and. *rj event will go to aid the, nationfight In of the U a )
reek) consequent t see of"opportunityfor al1hm nt.,.to ; lieu; :{dash, sponsor
""made w condi- to' .m 'onl Infantile Paralysis"" and numeroua
Igh. winds rkltlg- Andrew Jackson, who did so much allowed credits for such. \
all.\ :; Con a portion of the profit will be Items and
ions Impossible.As to make'that dream ? omo true,; AS rent lights water, ",
'the s e q uently, kept hue for local aid transportation, mat erlals etc. 'i
a result of multiple i and to WHOaro \1ngs"Bryun..
candid Nat Sell: : I11 be lookin' for you ,
reezes experienced growers dc t Woodrow Wilson and Franklin D Totaling all possible allowances r
will I ) have at the Armory next Tuesday; of this nature It estimated ;t
tot look for any volume of straw- sit '' Roosevelt who had the Insight; to
,f to do'some b ,c night. Don't disappoint me! that the could receive
perry 'production before the eec 'discern the ESSENSE, the SUB- sponsor d

>nd week of March, and even this tall talkingbetween STANCH: of Jefforsonlan doctrine, credit for around $350 monthly I.

prospective date depends on S. K.' SPARKS now''n d Council ApprovesNew stripped "bf Its 18th Century from these sources leaving a total ,

rather conditions between now rationale, and who had the' cour of something more than $600 to ;
the latter part of April. be raised every month to meet ?
and then. ? age to apply that essence to' the I
books will in
Berry shipments from Plant the Registration office of district supervisorson open heartbreaking perplexities of the ,,the new Federal demand. ,

City are also practically at a Monday PavingForward f modern Industrial world. In whichwe It was estimated that donationsof

tandatill as the result of fieezng -' Feb. 5, '. ylive." from $1 to $15 monthly from
temperatures Saturday Sunday and remainthere Step Is With the proposing of this stirring county merchants would enable

and Monday. Damage to until Taken TowardImprovement toast, Democrats who at- the projects to be continued here

loom there is conser- : r r For the next quarter at leasU;
Dinner In
on plants ': March 5, tende'Jlthe_ Jackson-Day
atively estimated at 25 percent after, which ProjectThe the Woman's Club building last Miss. Hogan quoted figures to "'

)nly 951,956:: pints of fruit have date they COL. KNIGHT city council In a special Friday night applauded l what they show that the sewing room. project \

een shipped from there thus far will be .in quickly recognized as one of the brought a $2,500 payroll Into -
with all five member(, '
his season-several million pint *" the courthouse Col. D. E.; Knight prominentlocal meeting best speeches to be heard here In the county every month abe- a '
night < approver
bind the figures for'this time office attorney' 'and former State present Tuesday- recent years. It was the second ildes the amount that was 'expended "
r. the construction as a W. P. A Iv l, '" '
ast year. : of Su Senator, has announced his can of streets and..aeweri round of applause during the for materials and other }wfi'
project new Third Term for F. D. R.?
The cold wave has not been con- : pervisor of didacy for' Circuit Judge of the In the city with a total value evening. The first ovation greeted supplies A total of 32107.20 'ij

Ined to. the northern part of the ReglstrarJ I Eight Judicial Circuit of Florida,. estimated! at 60000. The council speaker W. O. Curlton'a pre- Sneaker! C'urlton and Introducer! has been spent here by the pro- 'lj

tate but has as far as the tion N. D. diction that Franklin D. Roosevelt JMCt during the eight-month period ')1)j
crept } 'dll'' comprising the Counties of Baker,, also upheld Its recent action closIng 0.- L. fatten. H
Cvergladea where damage to green, ,_ W a I In- Bradford Union, Alachua, Gil- most businesses in the city or would be re-elected for a third since May she stated. Of this ,;1

leans and other tender crops will r-w wright.jk. christ and Levy. I term as President of the United amount the Federal government "k i\\

un to thousands of dollars. Citrus '1 vrr, Two pres- Sundays States if he chose to run! mon man.Voicing. paid $$20,612. while the coat to !Ig il
Col. Knight has been actively The approved construction pro warm approval of Presi- : <
the county was only 2495.15, ID'r j j
nen maintain that their crop has e n t imem.1. engaged In the practice of law for gram would entail .a clty- pon- Associate professor of political dent Roosevelt's liberal policies, l
all credits. |
>ot been extensively damaged al- F. Holllngsworth bens of the the and has cored VVPA project and would pave science at the University of Florida Eluding:
past thirty-five years speaker Carlton warned that unless Sawing rooms are now in op- 1\II\
hough It has been necessary tofire" School Board announcedthis Street from Road 12 Mr. Carlton Is recognized alone
of the Jefferson
county served in both houses legislature I the Democratic Party.. .continued ration at Starkt. Lawtey, Hamp'I:
groves almost every nightor I week that they would be up of Florida; he was President through to Cherry Street Court of the outstanding orators In its forward match of liberalism ton, and Graham employing an \.h,1
the put week in order to for re-election. They were E. J., Steet from Call Flotlda. and stumped the state in
I of the Bradford County Street Thompson It "has no place In the_.political of 75 women montlJ. jf(|
and off frostbite. Citrus damage I Lewis. I ncuritbent-I I to Jackson Street, the Interest of the Democratic 'I average
I \ Chamber of Commerce for fifteen Street through I picture." i Miss Ruth Johnson. county ( Iitipervltior
s slow showing up however, and manifestedan I and Eighth Street one block from ticket during the eventful campaign ,
I years and has'always "When the country want a of the project stated f fthllt 1
-might not be realized until a c h Irman, and InterestIn Road 13 to Walnut Street. Thin of 1928, lie was Introducedto
active aggressive i 1
eek or so later. I I and J. H., He Is memberof latter street would serve the new I his audience by G. L. fatten,, reactionary for President It picksa 23,528 garments have been
civic affairs a I
Republican, he stated "We urned: out by the four sewing.
Snow has blanketed of Moore. Mr. I The proposed project former Starke attorney now secretary -
many a protestent church."I armory. I can't compete with the O. O P. 'room, during the past eight >1nonths
he southern Mates with a 10- Lewis U also Includes 2.300 feet of seweron to the State Railroad Com
I feel that my education and alor g that line. If we do not re- These have all been dl.ributed i r 1
nch fall record from Dis- Street and 1,400 feet mission.
in Atlanta-a I ''experience well qualifies me for Weller main the liberal party we lose the : l to certified commodity1
reaker. Considerable damage ,, trict 3 and I of sewers on Thompson Street.Of Showing a clear perspective and f 1
that I seek Col. She die-
'\ the position sUJ port of the working man whoIs clients In this county. \1'
as been reported to citrus crops + Mr. Moore the estimated cost of $53.- an unusually deep insight into o '
; Knight said. the very.hea..t and soul of >played a number of the garments) ,
11 Texas. .t from District to $60,000 the city and the his subject matter the speaker '
1000 "
attended the :
Mr. Knight was born and rearedon Democracy. > .n> that those who
1. Mr. will have to around of the doc-
taxpayers pay drew a analysis I il
the type'ofwork :
a farm near Lake Butler1 and Preceding Mr. Carlton' mem- meeting might see
Lewis stalled 10.000, which Is equal as one trines of Jefferson and Jackson
iroup Organizedo la the Ion of Jane Blltch and the orable speech. NISI Grace Dew being done by the women..' 'm
"I have
: councilman put It. "to putting up showing that President Roospvelt 1
lute Daniel B. Knight who were sang a popular number accompanied Several county merchants spoken
Administer FundsA conscientiously 20-cent and getting back a' dollar adhered the substance of
has to I
Identified with the early atthe, piano by'Mrs. L. A. favor of- the sewing rooms and
; serv- largely I which Is good business." their beliefs, although changing '
to ad- development of the state Canova. A period, of groupjslngIng no one at the meeting seemed,,de-
permanent organization d the
people conditions have made itl '
economic ..dta" ,1
was'also enjoyed under the ilrous of having the projects
Inlater fund realized from thenaual for the Wthlle favoring adequate pen
to abide
for by ,
I New Bulk Tank Impossible
leadership of the Rev. L. A. Shep- continued entirely. d. <
Birthday Balls for the A. ANDREW past three sions for the age<} and "
the "letter. .1
unfortun-I herd., L., L. Conner chairman of'the
'resident In Bradford County was and pledge myself to con- ate. Mr* Knight I For Standard Oil of It
years the
He summed up the theory ,T, Frank Land rum. Bradford county commissioners, stated that
ffected afternoon at of the pension act for.retirement -
Wednesday the best of present
to my '
tinue serving and Becaus. of the steadily Increasing New Deal by stating that It rep- County chairman of the Jackson I seemed like good: business ,to '
meeting held In the Woman'slub should favor me with of Circuit Judges
ability such demand for fuel oil in thla! resented the "extension of power Day Dinner expressed thanks to him to spend 2Jc: in order, ta gee I
building. It will be knowns re-election." promises never to accept any ) j t'
the Standard Oil Comfanythls of government over big business Mrs. N. O. Wainwright. Sr., for back 73c. ,|
the Bradford County Chapter O Andreu announced pension even If the Legislaturefails territory
Sheriff '
In the Interest of the farmer and used In to the Commissioner Riley Wasdin. saM
flowers decorating;
f for week is !installing a new .
the for the
National Foundation would be a candidate for to repeal pension
that: he gallon capacity fuel oil the working man" and clearly ,committee headed by Mrs. N. D.j" hat he had talked with a numr I
Paralysis Inc. office which he Circuit Judges.
I re-election to tank. K. G. Duncan demonstrated how the Republican Wainwright, Jr., who had hargelof > of merchants and they all i,;
: storage
The following officers were has held for the past four years. I
announced. Party originally advocating a arrangements; and to his >eemed to want the project con-
ected: N. Sternberg chairman; S. E. Sparks present member of Marine Makes Progress I tgenthas I
foundations and strong centralized Federal government -: assistants In the sale of tickets Inued /
The cement
1'. M. B. Herlong. vice-chairman;!, the Board of School Trustees I r 'I III I now crying for less I Mayor W E. Middleton re- ;
, ,, Cullen Wasdln. Bradford ., brick tank supports were con-
will be a candidate William '
P. treasurer E. L.atthews stated that he Its Iicnt
Carpenter ; : governmental regulation since >orted that the City Council had
week and the hugetank Court
enlisted In pfiucted this
Board from Dis County boy I t Postponed
; secretary. j for the School ', present Interests are so Inextric- i j word It was impossible for I
the Marine Corps last October has will be lifted to its position I
In the past four or five years I I trict 2.James. preliminary trainingand within the next ten days. The ably tied up with "big business." County Court, which was he city to aid the project with ,
insfderable has been re- F. Holllngsworth pop completed of this'; at this time. 1
profit has been assigned regular >ll company has three other large I Similarly the Democratic Party, scheduled for Monday 'unda
lined from the annual Birthday! ular young business man. announced Parris Island. S. C. Asa forage tanks on its bulk plant originally believers In the theory week has been postponed until The county-wide canvas of busit l t
be duties
would candidate -
!tall and a large percent of this!I i that he of Registra a result at of rifle and pistol practice >properties near the north end of of "That government. Is best i February 20. Judge K. K. Perry- I r less men Will probably get under" a*

money.bag'already been used to for Supervisor his Initial while In training, young Was own with a total capacity of 35.XX .- I which govern, least," has now man said yesterday. The reason way Immediately. since the new m

old infantile paralysis victims inhla '! tion. He Is making awarded medals for ) gallons and the new tank will come to recognize that strong : cited was the Illness, of the pronecutlng federal ruling was effective the
: area Any information con-'!I bow In county politics.H. S and He early was qualifying was as a marksman with raise this capacity to 73,000 gal-; Federal regulation of monopoliesand I II I attorney. M. F Brown. AI-I I'lrat of January and additional *t>

:rning needy cases resulting fromihis graduated from B. the rifle and as a sharpshooter ons. Mr Duncan sal
disease should be turned over, showed an enterprising farm to spirit obtain Inj II I with the plato! was begun last Tuesday I for the welfare of the come Perryman stated i i trnment money for this month: )
to a member of the committee. -. ), operating a dairy




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be even more efficiently trained! plants' to beautify their For ReElectionW. -BETHEL live' Hundred ana Elaktr.r

: Ready he Is able to talk and tell and gardens. hOltK'S\\ (584) acres (
j Murphy Machinery when 1 ny Mrs.. D. D. Woodard to the bent and ..
1:1' the story from his own Impover- Mr. and Mrs. Artford Brown of the South Door of the Court". "?

1 ished lips"Pretty. Sampson City spent Friday with I Mr. and Mrs. Albert Glisson In the City of tarke. It rad it"(,
County Florida,
To Function At ,Last soon, the father confided Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Brown. and children of East Palatka were hour of sale on' Monday during' Ibe t ).

., they will be able to buy their Mr. and Mrs. Sanford Ritch of guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. D. day of February, AD,* 194 the u

The ponderous machinery required -;: docs not hold where the certificate own car. They won't have to Raiford were visiting here Sunday D Woodard. the to-wit followingterm: One-third cash and ',ond'l\1

to complete sales of lands covers taxes for one year only.In hitch-hike as long as the childIs Lucian Hlggenbotham, Mr. and the for balance three to be paid aor' > ,I

which reverted to the state under! those cases a base bid of one- small enough to Inspire the pro- Lieutenant and Mrs. Leo. H. Mrs. Rufus Jackson, and Mr. and not lean than yearn one-third after
the Murphy act will begin to fourth of the assessment on the tective instinct they will be doIng McKennon made a business trip to Mrs. Albert Surrency of East i ferred and payments all of deferred
I year said
function In Bradford county early delinquent year must be posted business at the same old ono Lake City Monday' a 1f Palatka were recent! guests of menu to bear Interest at the 1 S>0

.\ next week aa prospective purchasers with the clerk In cash providedthat night stand." Mr. and Mrs. Marlon!: Glisson. of MaId Bit deferred: per cent. (e DC) t..ik '

;, of the properties begin to year's assessment is lower VANDERBILTBy Mrs. Annie Geiger Is reportedon cured by a purchase lion' \ bIn
make bids as directed by the state than that of 1932 on the same GUM BRANCH Miss Velma NormanMr. gage upon the premises Held In
I> the sick list, and her son Jim will be made subJect to "
z Internal Improvement board. property. fly Miss Elizabeth Ilarnajo Geigor of New Smyrna visited tlon by the Court and nntir u. .
,f, Clerk of the Court A. J. Some May Lotto Out .' and Mrs. F. M. Norman of her recently. registry payment of must the be paid Into
Thomas who will handle the sales Under the sale provisions of Mr. and Mrs. J. Dobbs Jr., and Vanderbilt were visiting Mr. and confirmation. Court prior to ,

e as agent of the state board this I the Murphy act original owners son. Jlmmle of DeLand were Mrs. Bob Halslop of Rising last Mi'a. C. & Lee and Miss GladysLee r.. A. KNraHT.

;l week outlined the procedure to I and mortgage or lien holders visiting J. A. Harnage and family Sunday.Mr. have also been confined to L.W. U.H. gDWAltDIIJ i
I their home because of illness, but
A bo followed In making purchases."The .stand to lose their claims unless over the week-end. and Mrs. L. L. Renfroe and 3t to I'28NOIICK CommlHRlnn
much better
are now. _
first step in bidding for a they protect them by bidding in The Rev and Mrs. Rawls and son, Samuel were guests of Mr.

piece of property," he Bald "Is to the property.Mr. children of High Springs were and Mrs. Miller Johns and familyat iv" nnruiT COURT. iAI) FOR OF TAX PIir\ov D9FI) r"Heilule

make application at my office to Thomas quoted Comptroller dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. New River Sunday. BRADFORD ('OINTY'! FLORIDA ( > Illl No. Kit,

.+ have the property advertised." J. M. Lee as being of the opinionthe S. Sapp Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. William Sapp and I Myrtle Mae fS! Roberts 4NCRHY That NOTICE J. K. Qrlfl IH HEREBY, holder or (;1\'!

c "This advertisement then will purchasers of tax certificatesin Miss Elizabeth Harnage spent i family were visiting Mr. and Mrs. .. Plaintiff Tax Certificate No. 0. IHHUWI Pan,.

s, appear In one Issue of the Tele- those cases where there were Thursday flight with Mr. and Emery Johns of Long Bridge U T.-"Roberts- .ha sixth i tiled day Ham of August In my offk-A, D>.,,'II

graph after which a period of IS subsequent certificates subject to Mrs. B. M. McRae of Pine Level. Sunday.Mr. B. (Babe) Douglas Rail- Defendant made application for a tax and elm
days must elapse before the day purchase under the Murphy act Mr. and Mrs. Felix Sapp were and Mrs. Levy Norman were road Commissioner and for twelve FLORIDA: be embraces issued thereon.the following Said leriilin deem,,
of .Hale when bidding will be stand to lose their equity In the guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Shawof in Gainesville on business last To: Li. T. !Roberts residence un property In the County of Br *!
concerned. years a popular sheriff and law known. State of Florida to-wit: "
the State Farm
) open. Sunday. Wednesday.The You are hereby required to appear Nye of S13M and SM of
I' ,, "All bids" the clerk explained Notice Not Mandatory I Mrs. Eliza Hill of Plant City is Rev. H. M. Tlllman of officer In Columbia County, last herein-to the Hill of Complaint filed tlon SB Tn. 4 1:1:. II 22 K,, 80 wj
on or before
"will be forwarded to the Intern Notice to original owners or week announced: that he would you more or lean
spending a few days here with Jacksonville fulfilled his regular Monday the 5th day of February The assessment of the said .
Improvement board In Tallahassee! others hold Inequity In properties ; her: brother-in-law and sister Mr. appointment at Water Oak church seek re-election aa Railroad Com- A.. It D. In.1(40. arty under the Maid c..rllflrat.*
further ordered
have reverted to the that thin sued was In the name of Mr.
: m
and are subject to approval by and Mrs. J. S. Sapp. last week-end. missioner In the Democratic Pri- order be published In the Bradford B. Neff.
+' that board. All successful bidders state and are being offered for a County Telegraph a newspaper Unless Bald certificate
:1 nhall
Mrs. B. M. McRae and childrenof Mr. and Mrs. Ellis of
Eugene .publlahed In said
next May. County once eachwe..k redeemed
j' will receive deeds to property axle Is not mandatory under the mary according to law,
Pine Level were visiting J, A. Worthington Springs were visit- for four consecutive weeks property described therein' will\
'.S Issued by the trustees of the rules set up by the I. I. board, according -i Mr. Douglas' statement fol- WITNESS my hand and official old to the highest bidder at
Harnage and ing relatives of this section last
family Tuesday. Heal this 8th day of January A. D. nouns door
1 Internal Improvement fund of to Mr. Thomas who said lows: 1940. court on the first u
H. and Friday. day In the month of Felmmry.' i
Keene of
the state of Florida." however, he would make every son, Venice "In announcing for re-election (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas which In the 6th, day of Febru I
for purchase 'of effort to provide this informationto Shamrock were visiting Mrs. H. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Knight and after Clerk of Circuit Court. 1-12 4t I-il A. D. 1940.
Applications honored
being without
: Keene over the week-end. daughter Sandra of Lake Butler op- Dated this 10th. day of Janui
the Murphy lands must be accompanied those Interested. position in 1936, I am Indeed A. I>>. 1940.OFFICIAL.
were visiting Mr. and Mrs. F. M. 1VOTICK. OF !o'I.pl
J by cash deposits sufficiently Costs involved In the'sales In- .. Mrs. Randolph Geiger and Mrs. Norman grateful to my friends throughoutthe NOTICE IS 1IRKEUY GIVEN that Clerk( of SEAL! ) A J Thwn
Tuesday.Mr. Circuit
clude and clerk's fees Nelson Grlffls of Starke under and by virtue of a Decree of Court of I1radl
h large to cover all costs and advertising were state for the Florida.
and Mrs. Frank Norman unusually large Hale heretofore entered In the above 1-12 41|
., to Include a "base bid" of at least and a fee for recording deed if bid visiting Mrs. H. Keene Sunday were business visitors to Jack- vote accorded in previous elections entitled cause' we, the undersigned
one-fourth of the 1932 value of'I is successful. afternoon. and in seeking third Commissioners will offer to sal XVIKP. OP APPLICATION fa
sonville last Friday my and sell at Public Outcry the premises TAX I1KKU
the property according to Mr.I Sales of these properties include term on the Commission I wishto described aa follc.wlI. to-wit:, Senate Hill No. I01:

Thomas who said this provision 1940 taxes the board has ruled. BROOKERBy reiterate previous statements The MortlxsNt Quarter (NEVi of NOTICE IS HKItKRY: thus
That W. If Kdwaicls Jr, holderTax
Mrs. L. L. Parker that If re-elected I will continueto the :Mnrthenut Quarter (Ni M >< excejit -1! Certificate No IDS I Issued|
Iot Two (2>. Three (8) and,
babe and the young mother and Mrs. II. II. Lewis administer the law fairly to Four ((4) Went of Railway and 2nd., day of August A. II. 1 1137>> ,
'Crying Baby'Exposed Tax ('e'Urlrate No. 15? Untied
The Ladles Aid met at the the K'luthPnxt Quarter (RE'4ofl
learned one way to make money. Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Thomas each man and public carrier appearing 2nd day of D 1917,
the Nnrtheuwt
Quarter (NEW) and 'nUg t.o1il ;
home of Mrs. T. W last tiled;j
Markey and
name my
: ', "Gordon said the man, a. one- Tuesday with the new president of LaCrosse spent the week-end before our board. the West Quarter, HAlt (Wit(NJ':4) the and Northeast -I made application. for a tux deed'
lime cook confided that the child with Mrs. Thomas' IeNorthwest be Issued thereon.
As A Racket Mrs. G. B. Colson presiding.Each parents Quarter (NW',4) of
; was trained to cry at the proper and Mrs. E. C. Lewis. Mts. David Paulk and little Section One (IJ, Township Five Said certificate. embraces tlitInwlna '
member of the club ((5) South Range Twenty-two (22)I d"Mcl'l..ed property in
Another example of the manyrackt'ts time probably goaded by a pinch was The Rev. W E. Hall of Green daughter, Fay spent the week- IjiiKt. containingThree Hundred County of Bradford: Stale"; of F
I the while his mother collects the given a lovely pair of pillow cases Cove Springs was visiting Ruby end with her parents Mr. and and Five (305) acres: also lila, to-wit:
that "worked" on <
SW of
life: of 4 SHU Sec2:
to embroider.The J
The toast Half (Ft,,) of North.east
t citizens of Florida. during the shekels from credulous individuals Crosby Saturday. Mia Walter Underhill while her the S H R 22 13, containing 20 e
|ti Quarter (NHV,) and the
winter months Is described In alt : by the tale of her offspring's next meeting will be at the I Walter Underhill and son, Jack husband made a business trip to Southwest Quarter (!SW4)) of the1"OI.th..n"t certificate more or less No.,, embraced 108. under t

t, recent tSHtie of a 1'onsncola paper I': hunger. While this Is going on home of Miss Lubedla Pinholster, made a business trip to Jacksonville Tampa ":"Mt Halt Quarter(1I( %) CNR'-i of the) and Northwest the R'j' of 8WV4 0' SEW & f si.K .
Refreshments of and $pl, of SHU' *, 1 A'In HKSi4 \,
) the father said he is usually stirring Monday. N'V
g We reprint It here In order that I Miss Elva Conner of Gum Quarter ( n of the "; : of toIEIW of Ky, Sec. 34
reader of the Telegraph might bet up a meal somewhere or tak- hot coffee were served by the Mr. and! Mrs. Luther Harrell of Branch Northeast West Quarter (NEVi) and the 18.\ R 22 l'.., containing .10 amore <
t, I was visiting Miss Dorothy Half (WMj) of the North..RtQUill't..r
wiser and more alert to the wiles ing care of whatever household hostesses Mrs. Doris Kelly Mrs. Brooker spent Sunday with Mrs. Crosby Sunday. (NB%) of the NoithwestQuarter Certificate or less No.embraced 157. under >

i of these. gentlemen bandits. : matters they may have. G. E. McCauley Mrs. Florence Harrell's parents. Mr. and Mrs R. Quarter(NW"4)(HRV.). ,and) of the the Northwest Southeast The assessment of the said party
Mr. and Mrs. Raleigh Conner
Varnadoe and Mrs. Markey.Mrs. M. under the CfltKliuln
followedthe Crosby. Quarter (NW ) and the
who the "The traveling man % 108 In the of r>. B ,"
"Pensucollans to was name
P" came and children
of Saxton
Sun- West
f Mana Wiggins of New H. C. Seller of Jacksonville spent Half (W'i) of the Northwest liven and the aaaesument of
rescue of a crying starving baby mother and child last night day with Mr. and Mrs. W C. Quarter (NWV\ ) of Section said
River was visiting Mrs. Irla Pin- spent Thursday night with Mr. Two (2), Township Five (6) poverty under the said re
by giving Its mother money for and reported they collected about Conner.Mr !-' flcate No. 157 was In the namr
holster and Mra, Annie Pinholster and Mrs. W. C. Conner. uth. flange Twenty-two (22) Unknown.
milk were keeping alive a racket $5 enough to take them to Mobile Fret containing: Two Hundred Unless said certificated shall
Monday afternoon. Donald Conner of Saxton spent and Mrs. Bishop Thomas of and 1'lKhty' ((280) acres; also
its promotors described as a goldmine where collect redeemed according; to law
they expect
Alph Hazen of Orlando was Sunday with Doral Conner. Lacrosse spent the week-end with The North Hair (N%) and the property described therein will
according to findings of a about $10 before leaving. They visiting his parents Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. George Reddish West Half (Wfci) ) of the Mouth- Hold: to the highest bidder. at
Mrs." Thomas' parents Mr. and west Quarter (SW'4) and the
traveling man. usually pick only enough in court house door on the first
up Mann
Hazen Monday. of Heilbronn were visiting Mrs. Southeast Quarter (BE'1J of the day In the month of Febriu
I\JV\ "David H. Gordon of New York each town to carry them to the Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Douglas and Reddish'a parents Mr. and Mrs Mrs. H. H. Lewis. Southwest Quarter (SWU) and 1940. which Is the 6th, day of I
next on their way to California. Mrs. G. B. Colson H. H. Lewis was visiting Cheater the Southeast Quarter (SEV), except ruary A. D. 1940
driving near Crentvlew yesterday spent Thursdayof Everett Norman Sunday. Sixteen (16) acre In the Dated this 10th., day of Janui
( picked up the trio a heavily tattooed "Possibilities of the game are almost last week at the Glen St. Mary Raymond Harris la visiting relatives Register of Starke Saturday.The Mouth"f-way Half) of(SVj Section) (Railway HlKht- A. D. 1940.OFFICIAL.
"' Three J)
( ( SEAL) A. J. Thon'
;f man, a three-months-old unlimited for the baby can Nursery selecting trees and other In Jacksonville this week. latter is III. Township Five (6) South Range f'lerk of Circuit Court of Brad''
Twenty-two (22) East containing County Florida. 1-12 4tv
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I,_tn-Chief -_.__-__ Jean Davis Good Book ReportYoung ARCHER DEFEATS Mammy Sez Madam BooluDear Primary Jingles I I C. D. MITCHELL

Ed.-In-Chler ___ Oayle Sewell STARKE 30-24 SPEAKS AT B. H. S.
II L. II. Harper and l1an.lth A Horn Hi. you-all chlllun. Madam Boolu: FIRST GRADE I .

Ferole Jones Frank Robinson By Dorothy Baker Here la another week almost What must I do about this cold, We are studying safety, there- I t
and Patrol Kattt Gamo Between "Tor- Last Tuesday afternoon, n H.
Francine Fisher gone, and mammy has been so cold, cold, cold cold, weather? fore we made safety posters
Club iSstella Austin This story is about a jazz musician nadoes" and "Archers" KmNUlth S had the pleasure of hearing t
Elisabeth Plummer cold the last two weeks she could Must I just slowly freeze, in spite We are sorry that Miss Lilley

aolTy I Clara. :Mae Harley who" is a genius in the art of B, II. S. Loner not hardly get around to see of hot bricks, crackling fires, and Is. sick and hope that she will be Mr. C. D. Mitchell, a retired ;

,. Margaret Pearce fame"swing, of his meteoric rise to Last Friday night, Starke's what all her chilen bab been loin', good, hot coffee? (just half a back with us Monday, Presbyterian minister who has )
and of the
..nCPORTERSTown.en burning conflict I hear some of Madam Miss Lilley's pupils.
SPECIAL between and new Armory was the scene of the Every morning cup ) lived In the' Panama Canal Zone '., .
body < spirit.
Louise Stern, Alta
B them gals "I sho' did hate to
tb, Jack Halle' Arch Thomas.i The Inspiration for the writingof B. H. S. Tornadoes' first home say and Eskimo clothes look like tissue We have our new work books, for many years, speak to us In I
n. GainesEDITORIAL, roll out this morning 'time
L. this book has been the music, basketball game of this season Mammy agrees with all of you. paper I'm through preparing which we are enjoying. We assembly f,

but not the life, of a great music- to face yon cold, winter mornIngs studied! safety this week and While In Panama Mr. Mitchell i
The girls' team did not play; the It sho' would be nice to lie in bed I When I start for the bUllat.
Ian, Leon (Bix) Belderbeck, who learned how to help protect our r
died in the year 1931. boys lost to Archer 30-24-no just a little bit later; just 10 minutes eight o'clock, you could mis- selves and other people. secured pictures which were projected

LEE OF VIRGINIAApril Rick Martin Is still in his early swamping defeat. would help. take my shell-like ears for a We were glad to nave Miss. by means of slides, onto t tI

1864, a great and be- 20's when a famous orchestra Those who saw the game had That sho' is a mighty cute hair couple of undersized tomatoes In Lilley's I pupils visit us part of the I the Hchool's mov I n g picture \ j
curl that Sadie chile has got, I condition. I g
Southern General sur rend- leader hears him and brings him an experience which previously, an over-ripe open day Friday, but we hope Miss ,screen and took In the Panama ;
Gen- wonder why she got it where she mouth to hello to some-
to Northern my say
: "
his troops Starkeltes have had that of Lilley! will soon be well. \
to New York. There he becomesa no : : Canal from one end to the other.
|U. S. Grant at Appomattox, did? Do you, know? body, and all I can says Is: UHO .
sensation, and 1s recognized as sitting on comfortable benches We me sorry so many of our ): He told how ships went through 1
marked the 0000 ,
la. That day the greatest trumpeter in the lined against the wall of an Everybody specially Mammy, boys and girls are sick and hope .
of one of history's black- watch- sho' does miss that "J B."-that Last Friday r was no cold, my the locks. and how the flood gates) I
business. enormous, spacious room, they will soon be back in school.
[ nightmares the four-year ing kids In basketball suits dodgeall crazy finger is giving her heaps just-appeai wisdom teeth went Mrs. Roberts, teacher. controlled these locks.
This book of
[ Between the States. tells Rick Martin'scareer I over the place on the best of: of trouble. Sho' hopes it gets back inside and covered up. Maybe It Is unbelievable that such a j
from start to finish. I I'm coward but what '
a gets
South had been defeated, floors-playing under the best of well soon. SECOND GRADE
he Rick lived In Los : marvelous feat of engineering icould
Angeles from
the causes could not i conditions.The There is something that sho'got me is, my hair always agrees be- We have new "Goals In SpellIng" -
the time he old be constructed the .slime
was eight years fore I do--sticks up straighter : on
and Citizen
workbooks new
for which skilled Mammy thinking: who was
Bund one Tornadoes to
in a part of Los Angeles that was were off a
than disappointed I porcupine that once jxlsteil there.
ship Renders We are proud of
responsible In that handsome boy that passed
Lee was ; I
fcral not notably class-conscious. Rick good start, and were able to holdIt "j
the genius of his military the school house the other day, quills. them and are working hard this Plans are underway for Increasing
never was much of a success in the first half. The score at the
was what gave heartsick, school. The truant ,officer made end of the first half was 13-19. in and all of those Lawtey girls just Jack Frost certainly must love new year We miss Nellie Gatlln the size of this great water- f

[worn soldiers the grit to hold him but he would sit favor of the Starke team. flung up their hands so big at me; well, In that case, I'm all for who has moved to Brooker, way, because of the Increasing r

times longer than theyd go just up him. the old saying: "absence makes I\l1l1s Kitty Hogeed, teacher. size of the ships. >
ten in school and day dream. At the beginning of the second<

| have otherwise. Southern One day, on his way to school, half the Archerltes cut loose to Mammy was so sorry they had the heart frow fonder"btcausethat's
loved their leader, a man he to call that wiener roast off Fri- one love bug that affects ly cold down In the bottom of tbe All legal blank! promissorynotes "
Mission Hall. He obtain
passed a a good lead, which the '
in the art of the temperature a different way! lake where the wood was. But it retain title note, carried
expertness in day night; :Mammy was planning
went and found the hall empty Bradford cagers could not over-
e stood headandshouldersany with an upright piano sittingover come. The game ended< with the so big to go out there and get Now then, what I want to ask was cold In the house too and oh, In stock by the Bradford County

other in that day; herself plenty of eats. 'Always you Is this: Isn't there some sort the little man just sat and shiv- Telegraph.
in the corner. Rick pickedup score 30-24, in Archer's favor.
have of movable stove I can carry ered and didn't know WHAT to
military experts
at day was a "pig" about wieners.
a hymnal and tried to play a
to. discover better warplanthan The Tornadoes displayed the around with me when I'm not do. He just cried and cried, until THE .9>t.e.3t ottaGa.
hymn on the piano; It took Rick That dance at the Legion Hansho'
to basketball and also -
was Lee's. They have ability play home? Isn't there some means by the tears made little puddles at
days before he could play his w as a big success. Mammywas
to find a man with such In- to rack up some points. which I, Grace Dew, may win his feet. Yes, at his feet. And
first hymn, but he would go there looking In. the window (it
ble brilliance In his planning.e against the heartless behavior of it made his feet colder and colder
and all the cold and saw all
stay day studying was mighty ),
bloody merry- go-round Elementary Echoes that young upstart in the white until they were blocks of Ice. Then awn
music. He eventually gut to the those boys and girls "jitterbug-
It was the Civil War was outfit, that whippersnapper of 'a he looked at the Ice, and cried: w
point that he could play fairly gin", That boy Margaret had a
lest and fastest at the 1864 FOURTII GRADE: NEWS I cold snap ? ? ? ? ? I "Oh! If I only had some ICE
good, and played all the hymns date with sho' was a swell dancer, '
It then We have been studying about Brrrrrrrrrr, CREAM! He! looked all around
Je of Gettysburg. was
in the book. One day a crowd of and kinds cute, too. There was 'I
Lee's men fought hardest, Norway. Miss Edwards brought: Grace (throw another log on the I him. That Is, he would have if his r '
the Mission Congregation came in Rivers, Sadie, Murel, Jack, Mar-
I most. It was then the Souththe a Norwegian flag to put on the I fire) Dew I neck hadn't been fl'o/en. But oh,
while he garet urace and Dorothy, and
They ,
was practicing. 1
biggest battle of the War; black board. The colors in it are Dear "Woody": 'out of the corner of his little eye, J2'
frightened him so that he ran I they sho' was having a good time.
as the beginning of the end red, blue, and white, but it does i Once upon a time there was a I he could see how cold It was. Out
away and never came back to the Guess it was because they didn'thave '
|Lee and his troops. not look like our flag. little house It was very pretty, i he didn't DARK let on to anybody -
Mission Hall. to wear those long, pretty I
We tried painting for the first little flowers all around It, anda because nobody was thereto NeLLE'S
ended from six
generations Rick started working at a bowl- dresses. JACKS
time. Some of us painted a vase little lake in the back yard let on toexcept the fish, and
General Robert E.
ntlemen. ing alley near his apartment. He That Everett ho' was having Then it got cold oh, it got so : LEADING HOTEL
of flowers, others painted trees. they were preserved in the little
finest of South-
| was the very did not make much, but he saved himself time.
one big Mammy
cold the little flowers froze and '
lake In the back
quality. Pure-blooded, with I all he made, and planned to buy a Everybody In this loom is sorry thinks he must be a good dancer yard; they were C. .. n. ....... I,.
the little who lived in the
of Robert Bruce in his veins, I trumpet with it It was while he Harold Smith and Joe Monteith because time he would man having their wlntei's nap- 7qrrff .....1 koM. Y M
every house just nearly froze to death. THAT'S It! You can just dig a .. ----
as all that the word "gentle- i was working here that he made a are having to stay out for so long, break the girls would just smile. SUMMER J31 ;
And oh, my, there wasn't a sign hole and Bleep the rest of the win- E-r ;1
"1 and will be able r oTLkmil
In the esti- hope they soon
can ever mean a friend named Smoke Jordan. COMFORT .. ...
on of human nature. 'Smoke (a colored boy) also want- to come back. Mammy wonders where the of a fire, not a sign of u Tire lie ter; why didn't you think of that thew, ....-

; twins were over the week-end really didn't see any reason why before, and tell me what u good *.nd ts.Sae" Made Ewe" ,
before the war, spent his ed to become a musician. To- Claude Johns, reporter. 'Didn't see them-the cold must he should build a fire, because the idea it was? ? Shame on you! with.. loMraprtaa MlttM and.......
s as, first, a West Point stu- gether the boys talked every day, Miss Edwards, teacher ...... Smsleele.wsYr' _...r5s.. r
be keeping them in. lake was frozen over, and the Con!ecttonally,
t, then, later, planter and Of- about their dreams of someday '
Habe any of you chilen seen the wood was in the bottom of the Madam Boolu. rOPULA1.nlcLDCOCKTAIL '
I' in the U. S. Army. "Lee being in a good orchestra. NINE 1'. NEWS -
lake, and the fish were preserveduntil LOUNGE and
"Hunchback of Notre Dam?
ion," Lee's magnificent col- When Rick and Smoke would We had two very good and out
Well, If you haven't, you'd better spring, and l he couldn't get Trade jour old typewriter In ont COFFEE SHOPOtkw
home, is in Arlington Na- get through work at night, they standing programs In our home
not miss> it, because it Is really to the woodbut he really didn'see j brand new portable. Liberal
a1 Cemetery.ter would walk to the "Cotton Club, room this week. They were as
good. Anybody with straight hair any reason why he should, be-< lerinit. Bradford County Tele J.s hod. .......
the war, In 1866, Lee be- and listen to "Jeff Williams follows: rlwtI.sw.Ch&tHe.1D.k.4
better not miss It, because it sho' cause If he did it might be awful-1 graph.. ..... 'd.L
President of Washington Band. They would Just sit by I
Good Literature will make hair curl!
verslty, which was later called the window. and listen to the your

and Lee in his hon- By Joe Andrews Mammy hears that the Univer- .
slngton music out in the cold. One night
I I9ej&
Jeff found them and< invited them 1, Bible Reading Genesis 1 sity of Florida Glee Club is goingto J Jwe

ather Ryan succeeded in saying inside. Jeff and Hagard (the Joe Andrews. be here February 9. All right :

it thousands of people have trumpet player) soon taught Rick 2, Prayer. girls, the line forms to the right! cb&i -.Ti;

f got as far as thinking, be- how to swing both the piano and 3 Flag Salute. Don't miss a good chance to see 1' -

ae they could< not feel, and not the trumpet, while Smoke studied 4. Introduction and Life of and hear 40 good-looking boys

>reel in words, all the respect the Drums. A few weeks after- Tennyson. sing. Mammy is going to be

honor they feel when thinkingthe ward Jeff's drummer died, and .5. Flower in the Cralned Wall- there, and plenty early too! I

greatest of all generals- Smoke took his place as Drummerfor Clarice Thomas. Garbo shot was good In her <

:>pert Edward Lee. Jeff Williams 6. A sketch of Life of Sydney picture that played here last week

Rick got his start playing first Lanler-Retha Geiger end. It was "Nlnochota" (Is that

Fame! You dare not claim trumpet for Jack Stuart and his 7. Song of the Chattahoochee- the way you spell It?) Anyway,

k nobler man than he- Collegians playing at the Rendez-, Lucille Crosby. It surely will make you be thank j
nobler man hath less of
He be-: ful
vous Ballroom in Balboa. you are an American-

blame, came a sensation overnight, and,: CleanlinessBy Well, my fingers are so cold Ican't 2fy.

for blameless man: hath purer before he knew it, he had become Sarah Barefoot write anymore, so 'will see

name purer, name hath grander the property of Lee Valentine. He I 1. BIble Reading, Matthew 12- you next weekYour ..

then went from Valentine to Mor Sarah Barefoot. il'

rison, who had at that time the Mammy !
for Fame, another Lee." 2. Prayer.
-Father Ryan. best swing orchestra In America. 3. Flag Salute. eta, 'I

-Jean Davis Then one night In a' Harlem North 4. Reasons for cleanliness-Car- Is It True? ..
night club he met Amy 1 iM/
olyn Green. .'
She was everything that he was 5. A story, "Taking a Bath inFlnnland" That pupils In English IV are c
Meet Our Seniors not. Their marriage was not a A "
-Lois Newsome. I learning to speak correctly? r ,
success, and they soon parted. 6. A story of dirty hands-Billy That Billy D and Margie M. f Jt
MARISE CROSBY heavily, .'
started drinking
Boy-Clarice Thomas.All I were seen together at the basket
''no cold December day Mr. and and playing his trumphet at nIghtclubs J JI
of these ball ?
us enjoyed game
>. Crosby welcomed to their long. He would pro-, :
i all night I
and we wish all of the' ;
grams That the Juniors are
planningan x
ae a little whom y +
stranger they In drunk and tired every v '
come school could have heard them. I elaborate affair for the Senior
',T named Manse morning, pile In bed and sleep all f ire"a-" tt
We to have
are especially glad ; Banquet?
t the age of three Manse said day. Rick played notes, on a I

odbye to Greenville-and Veroch trumpet that had never been Carolyn Green and Alvertine JOhn-I That Jean D., Jenelle, Alene, ;
back with after
here I come." Manse did played before, and will never be son us Frank, and Estelle liked the ''I,
nesses. Too, we welcome Lois
like the city as well as 8heught played again. He played with Archer boys ? ,
Newsome back after the illness '
she would, so they moved Phil Morrison five years, and then That Loral was alone Friday
and loss of her father. She has .I
Brooker, where she now lives. night 7That ,

ome of her dislikes are: copy- quit.After quitting Morrison's band our sincere sympathy. we've ever had any warm ,

English assignments off the he started drinking more heavily I Carolyn Green, reporter weather? (P. S. I hope It's warmer : ( i- ,)1i.i.

rd and conceited people. She than ever. He was always tired. next week). qtI ,:

s reading and all kinds of Then one day he was found sick CourtesyCourtesy That we've only three more _

its. He was so 111 months of school?
with pneumonia
[arise has made the basketball that Smoke called an ambulanceto isn't just a simple-' That Dempsey has a good '

a for the past three years, and take him to the Hospital. In sounding little word that nobody physic?

been elected alternate captainthe the ambulance Rick got sleepy pays much attention to when they That Carl Is really "a man cc/

team this year. and went off Into the unknown. 'say It, but It is a word that is about the school" now? } ," :

tarise Wishes to be a stenog- Thus died one of the greatest of very full of meaning. Little as w'y

ier. We are sure she will, for all musicians--there In an ambu- you think about It, courtesy Is Patrol Enjoys PicnicThe
connected with. nearly everythingyou
has a bright future to look lance, with but one 'faithful 'W

and to. If she climbs In the friend." do. If you are courteous in Patrol Is working as hard

TO as she has in the past, she -Reported by Arch Thomas 12th your ways and the way you talk, this year as it did last. It Is

be a success': grade English student. It makes everybody like you and under the leadership of the Principal -

'arise plans to graduate at the makes you get along easier in Mr. E. L. Williams. This 5 )

of this term, and start her Seniors of 1941The life, but if you for aren't, It does just year the Patrol does not have any 7/ .

mess career. The seniors wish the opposite you. Lieutenants or a Captain but get 'I scientific
Safeguarded constantly by
luck, Marise. bravely struggling Juniorsof Courtesy takes in such things Its orders directly from Principal T;:

1940 are patiently waiting our as: pushing !in the halls, the way Williams. V tests, Coca-Cola is famous for its purity \

to become the fortunate, you act towards others, and a Last week lute Patrol had a picnic -

OUR turn sin- number of other things that you in the old ball park.
MILKSeldom dignified seniors of 41, and supper and wholesomeness It's famous too for
would think people are talking ,
believe that out of an im- I AU the Patrol boys were present _

cerely class of almost 60 Juniors about something else if you didn't !and every one of them enjoyed the thrill of its P' I
mense know the meaning of courtesy. taste and for the happy ,
I each one is striving and gallantly I the supper immensely This picnic -

toward that great Everybody should be made to was a gift from Mr. Williams,
(} pushing onward after-sense of refreshment
goal called success Andwhenthe study about courtesy. When they ,Wieners, buns, and marshmallows complete i

assignment of work Is learn how much It would Improve were served.
accomplished, the Juniors may the people of the world, they During 1940 let's make Brad. always brings. Get a Coca-Cola, and get 1

Equalled look back over the past and longingly could then look back and see just ford High the safest school In "

remember our "good old how many really didn't know the Florida. the feel of refreshment. r

Never Surpassed school days" at "dear ol' Brad- correct meaning of it. I never Frank Robinson. .t

really thought of It much before,

ford. Alta Smith. but I have always tried to be as We will pay 4-ccnU per poundfor THE' PAUSE THAT REFRe.S

courteous as I could to people, boiled cotton rag. meeting our

PETERSON'S Engraved sympathy acknowledgement and will do more now that I have approval. No button or old, -OTTtED UNDER AUTHORITY OF THE! COCA-COLA CO. BY f.

DAIRY *. Inexpensive.-Brad. learned more about it. pants. Bradford County TeU STARKE COCA-COLA BOTTLING CO.

Garland Godwin. -. '
ford County Telegraph. | i.


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Recent Bride i Study Circle To Meet I Announced
SOCIETY and CLUBS Engagement;

"-' ." Mrs. I. P. Shepherd, chairman ,
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; of the Mission Study Circle of the ,

Marion Harrington Has Pitner VandiviereHonored Hetty Flynn Honor Guest I "i' Woman's Society of Christian,
I Service of the Methodist Church,
Birthday arty Saturday With Weiner Roust At Theatre Party
I has announced that the book, I I'Methodist x, w
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Mrs Gladys Harrington entertained IMtner Vandiviere, son of Dr. Betty Ann Flynn" attractive United for Action.

) a group of young peopleS and Mrs. S P Vandiviere, was eight-year-old daughter of Mr. will be studied on Monday, Tues aE} ,,

urday afternoon at the home the honored guest Thursday\ aft and Mrs. Geo. n, :Flynn, was the 4 atY; day and Wednesday afternoons at e rnt

:. :; .of her parents Mr and Mrs Nat ernoon when his parents entertained honored guest Saturday afternoon the church at 3:00: o'clock. Ni .''. }

', Williams, in honor of her young at the home of Mrs. Van- when her mother entertained at a t }

/'' ab;, Marlon, who celebrated his I dlvlere's mother, Mrs. G. W. Alderman theatre party in celebration of LA JVTEY

1 ; fourth birthday. anniversary at, on Walnut Street with a Betty Anna birthday anniversary.After Ity William (Bill) Plummer

li that( time. welner roast, celebrating Pltner's the at ,
enjoying picture '
Because of the lllnesa of his 2 2K
Attractive arrangementa.ofpolnsetllaa eighth birthday anniversary. the local theatre the
't young mother, Mrs. W. C. Wooten W. C.
and potted plants were During the afternoon Pitner and went to the honcree'a home where
J'' used living Wooten, Jr., of tlanta, Ga., has
In decorating the room
his friends enjoyed many games they were served refreshments of
''Y ere Marion and his friends and contests Betty Ann Flynn ice cream and cake. been visiting his family here this
week. Mr Wooten will return to
Were entertained and Paul Canova, III won appropriate The birthday cake, which centered .,
w. 1
his position in Atlanta as soon as
After: playing many delightful prizes In the "peanut hunt." the lace-covered dining

;games: the young folks were !n- At six o'clock the young folk table, was topped 'with eight pink his .'mother's condition will permit
: into the dining where
vjjed roasted weinera over a large coal birthday candles and was surrounded -
"y 'theywere; served tempting refreshments with Mr and Mrs. C. 1.[. Davis entertained -
of .
pot. A tempting dessert course dainty sprays
of punch and cake. friends at dinner Tues-
fern. Favors for the
consisting of birthday cake and afternoon
). The birthday cake, iced r in white Those
stick day evening. attendingwere
fruit juice followed the welner were candy and pencils
"and topped with four. burning Mrs Thomas Francis Mr. and Mrs. G. E.
I : Gentry,
in and tied
roast. The birthday cake, iced In 1 wrapped cellophane
pink candles, centered the dining white and holding eight pink with large bows of pink and blue whose marriage was an E D. Rahn, Simeon Phillips and ,; sa; lu
table, which was covered with a I ribbon. January 15 was Miss Mina Bill Plummer.
birthday candles, was placed! on
handsome hand crocheted cloth. I the assa of Starke. The Ladles Aid met at the home
a table out on the lawn. Joining guests for refresh
I Dainty sprays of fern surrounding ments were Mrs. P. E. Canova, of Mrs. G. W. Brown Tuesday aft
r the cake added further charm to Dr. and Mrs. Vandiviere were day-Jan 17 ,. .. Whatta
and Mrs. R. G. Kldd and son, Richard, ernoon. Refreshments were serv-
assisted in
.c 'the table arrangements. Favors the entertaining servIng Mrs.VUtdlvlere's Mrs.. Glen Wood, and Paul Can- dence You wouldn't ed and officers for the followingyear
for. the. afternoon were balloons young people by III. It If you read It 'In a book, installed as follows:
ova. were
tied' sticks of sister, Mrs. L. A. i t.
to peppermint would you?
Canova. ---- -- President, Mrs. J. P. Hazzard;
candy. Hope that swing version of Vice-President, Mrs..W. McGarity;
Mrfl Harrington was assisted In Those present to enjoy the aft Hawaiian war chant doesn't Secretary, Mrs. Hal Edwards and F,
Recipes ; .
caring for her guests by Miss ernoon with Pitner were: Madge p' fir ,
'f, too all-fired popular even Treasurer, Mrs. H. C. Kelly.
f.Elizabeth Williams and Miss GarnitA Brownlee, Marlon Brown, Peggy
... it's reached the hit parade ,
_._ Mrs. J. E. Shuford of Jackson- ,
and ---- -
Ann Steve -- ------ --
Hutto. Wiggins, Mary
.:. 'Frald I might have to
V, About twenty boys and girls Weldon,' Charles and Merry Beth Country Dinner the words :. Tried It once, ville, spent Wednesday with Mrs .a6 aMiss

{, were present .to enjoy the afternoon Knight, Maurice Edwards, Billy Mrs. T Frank Landrum con- never again!I. .. Reminded R. R Thede. Ruth Sf. John, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. V. S. St. John

.! ''with the young honoree. Smith, Levy: and George Canova, tributes a recipe this week that self of a Bradford County Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Montgomery of Starke, whose engagement to Dominic H.. Christlano of Darien,
Betty Ann Flynn, Nancy Light- we know be of Atlanta Ga., spent last week-
you'll glad to add to
back goin after, an elusive Conn., was recently announced.
i Typewriter ribbons carbon foot Joan end with Mrs. W. F. Godwin and
Carpenter; Josephine your file. This "country dinner"is
of will be
us girls
|" j p paper, second aheets.-Bradford Johns. T. J. Alderman, Jr., Edwin an entire meal In one dish. Try to chant the darn thing family. Mr. Montgomery Is an -Picture courtesy Florida Times-Union.

Coiaity Telegraph. Williams, William RowanAlderman It some night for' supper and see crackln' our make up employe of the Coca-Cola Bottling

). -- Janet Anderson, Paul for yourself just how good I It Company and Is en route to the
M:'1 Canova, III, Dan and Van Priest, really Is. In The Mall Bag annual "Bottler's Convention" at

.".' LAFFIT-OFF! Charles Lawson and Mary Alice Q medium sized boiled potatoes. Dear Miss Callstreet: Gulf Port, Miss.

;toI Benton. 1 large onion, chopped. A little bit of news that I After a weeks illness, Mrs. M

:I 4 or S slices of bacon or ham. like you to mention In your B, Plummer has 'returned to her
;;;*I / P.-T. A. To Meet 6 eggs. read column. First, I would duties as cafeteria supervisor.

'{ fWho.v.r/ \ 1-2 cup grated cheese. to suggest that unless you Coleman Phillips has completely X11.

I'Ei I The Parent-Teacher Associationwill Salt and pepper. expert typest don't try to recovered from his recent opera- Xpor

-,1,1I meet 'Thursday afternoon, Fry bacon and break Into small 1 with your gloves on like I am tion and re-entered school this

February 1,, at 3:15: : o'clock in the pieces. Remove from pan and ing, as you can see the week.
fry chopped onions. hereon printed are not so hot.a
I! school auditorium with the president The H. C. Brown service stationIs
y Mrs. E. K., Perryman, In the To half of the onions add As for the item I think being reconditioned. The fire
layer of sliced boiled potatoes, be it
chair. printed, concerns the damage on this building has been
then add a layer of bacon. Con ball game In the Armory
Mrs. W. B. Sewell, chairman of estimated at $50.00. r
tinue with another layer of on day night. Very few people
program, has announced that she
ions, potatoes and meat until all 1 (,hat after the game was over
la expecting member of the
ingredients are used. Top with scores were checked and lo Several PromotionsIn i
State Board of Health In Jacksonville

eggs, which have been beaten behold a tie at 56 all was
G to be the guest speakerfor Girl ScoutsThe
I with one cup of cream and sea covered! They were -
would haw j: the afternoon.All I soned. Add grated cheese and and. still the tie I think the
thought of THAT J I members are urged to at cook slowly until brown turn and regular weekly meeting of
i ; ror came from the fact that a :!
But do.. the tend. the Girl Scouts of America TroopNo.
damage I cook on reverse side until done.
player shot from out of
l.av. him flat? I 1 of Starke, was held Monday
f' "No SIR'"cd.. La/lit OH and the score keeper called afternoon at 3:30: o'clock. Since '

(h.'. droll) Carolyn CallstreetShe good-which, as you know, la the year 1939 is over, those who p

"Thf RIGHT lll.urolice.a..d correct. The final score as had attended meetings regularlywere 1Hp
ROLL*. nounced at the end of the awarded
I my gold stars wear .
was 56 to 58 )In favor of their uniforms. The
Gets A Letter of on following
Explanation After
a discussion In the
received the emblems Freddie
: 40NSeat9
K HARDLDC.WALL I 'tio folks I hereby nominate fair sex were there, while the room, It was decided to let WImberly, Shirley and Frances' O Y

XX O E KJ C V i myself for a special award for line numbered well over fifty stag. score stand as a win for the I'i Colley, Doris Summers, and Alice! fL00.1DVhattit A K p gS HRt L O ppy

;; bravery during the year 1940 The modern answer to a maiden's ors. However, I feel that June Harding. i! ssocta ttoM. O Q
INfURANE town team should not feel 'I ti'i SNaf
.Anybody who'd try to get out and prayer Fum thun. I'll say The Girl Scouts are making a P FIi .S kor
.1 it lost. Just let this
PLEASE PHONE e rustle up a little bit of news this Up and Down the Well-Known lesson to quilt, the pattern being "birds of L Pp LEA
the little
play a dl
kind of weather deserves -
recognition Street: Morris Jackson back at next time.Another. the United States" and will giveIt -iiiucr/ \\

I maintain But even at Carpenter's Makes everythingseem to the first aid room of the
thing I'd like to
that I'm not as hardy us Powell jus' right again AI and tion {la this: Where ,is the ole Bradford County High School.
.Carpenter and Charlie
Lindsay Elva Lee Manassa home again Each member is given three or:
school spirit? For
They went flshin' last Friday
after a visit in Eustis with brother four birds to embroider.
afternoon the coldest tion (and the .readers of
FLORIDANEEDS Henry They say It was cold column-the last The following girls will go up
day of the .' Brrrrrr! game
year down there .
; Whatta men P. S.-Powell has too ,Frow Strick- night netted the B. H. S. for Second Class next Monday:

the flue land week-ending at the lake Association the "grand tot,I Freddie WImberly, Betty Hayes, ,
Mentionable Shirley and Frances Colley, and
There are those who claim thata : Marjorie $0.25, and even 'this
J little cold weather makes I McMillan's sweet disposition amount had to be expended June Harding. Nina Bishop,
full of Makes you want to say "Don't gasoline to transport one of has already attained the rank
pep But from all the NOW.
THIS MAN sickness around It seems to met ever change" Most infectious players to his domicile.I Second Class, ,will receive her

i iaa makes most people full of pip laugh In town-that of Mrs. O. L, would like to add that ,1 merit badge( Monday.. .

: Beasley John Atkinson be- your column first, but think Betty Hayes has been elected

vP'4i Three big events last Friday hind the steering wheel of a Mer- terrible the way some people er of Patrol No. 2.

night, but the frigidity cut down cury these days !rrs. E. K. to take cracks at others-for i The Court of Honor was held YOU CAN ''BUY YOUR

attendance at all of them Perryman Is a "walk" fan She stance, your treatment of the meeting Monday.

Crowd was as thin as Mussolini's takes one every day after lunch Willie Henery Jop Graham.A -Alice June Harding, reporter.
hair I at the high school basketball (Even In this cold wedder, TYPEWRITER AT HOME

game and only half of those who Mrs E. K. P.?) Kewp and Thanks for 'the
State Farm
bought tickets braved the chill to Grace Rltch are llvln at the Lake "Friend" .. I hope others Scouts

attend the Jackson Day Dinner in Trias fine I've been lookin' follow your example and write Plan Hikes

the Club House ., Apparently for a swlmmln partner Carolyn whenever they feel

t n, the term "Hot Democrat" varies Ruth Rowe and Mrs. N. Sternbergare urge; to break down and do a Troop No. 104, Boy Scouts of

according to the weather .., The two of the local llbe's best expressin', confess In'; or held Its regular meeting

colder the day the colder the murder mystery customers If plain guessln After all Friday' night at the Com-

Democr t. .-eh what? Those ; you ever want any nice fresh. can't hear EVERYTHING, House, with 'nearly every

who.attended,' however, claim they crimes solved, jus' call In one of know member' present. The en-
these two ladies ,
heard one of. the best speeches In Birthday Bouquets: To Dr. 'meeting was held Indoors be-

many years 'Twas made by Speak of books Jus' dleton and Ernie Dowllng. Sr. of the cold, and a full even-
"Dill" Carlton glanced over "Florida," an, exhaustive celebrate the same date as
ardent New Dealer of study and discussion was
4 and Instructor at the U. of F.. t I guide of the state compiled dent Roosevelt-January 30. in by Scouts and i
Even the terrific odor from the and written by the FederalWriter's to Sadie Prince (January 31)) Bryan Whitfleld.

termite exterminating: work now Project of the W. P. A. Junius Smith (ditto) e o
It was announced that the O
Bill Duncan pro- '
going on under the building could one of the home Annie Mae and Tommie O ot J

not spoil the effect Lea Shep- town boys, deserves a big hunk of Ruth and Lillian Sternberg, for next Friday's meeting -
credit for Its success, for he dida tonight) would be a firat-ald
herd did a noble Job of leading the Bill Graham "motored" to
singing of "Scatterbrain" (eventhou&h big part of the work Glance ville last week for the Will baaed on the Boy Scout
over the guide and find Book. This study leads to
he'd never heard it before borne concert In the U. of
), and everybody was happy what your home state Is really auditorium Two hours in Scouting that Is required
like I advancement and will be inharge
dance music! and
especially those! nearest the heaters specialties,
Little Marlon Brown has I of Dr. W. E. Murphree, akr
a members of the orchestra ,
w B. F. PATY The dance at the Legion Hall novel Idea to brighten up these to enjoy it most as much as Farm physician and sur-

the same night was heaps of fun dreary mornings She puts audience ; An' that was J

CANDIDATE FOR Specially for the gals colored water In cans at night, Besides a large body of Scouts,

I Only half a dozen:. members of the and In. the morn I a'. she has colored Frank Robinson Is still al cubs were present as visit-

.. GOVERNORWill ice Smart. .h ? In' milk for Roy Mathews together with the Cub leader,
Daffy Definition: A mirage is gets up at 5 and allows as TAKES PRIDE IN ANNOUNCING

d' speak in STARKE on where the "Little Man WhoWasn't It'd surprise you bow many M. Geiger. Those attending, TilE FACT THAT WE ARE NOW AGENTS FOB'

THURSDAY, FEB 1st., at There" keeps his car at Starkeltes do likewise the Scoutmaster and Cub THE REMINGTON LINE OF PORTABLE TYPE-

4:00 P. M. R night (Wouldn't take credit that lights seems to be on in were Troop Committee WRITERS. WHAT A GREAT CONVENIENCE IT IS

eP for that one even It I could) most half the local houses at L. A. Shepherd, !rea8- FOR YOU TO BE ABLE AT LAST TO PURCHASE

At that time I). F. Paly Everybody ga-ga over the announcement unheard of hour (My A. A. Jordan. Bernard Jor- YOUR TYPEWRITER RIGHT HERE IN STARKE
will his that Gone With The theory is that they're jus' go FROM A HOME CONCERN. IF
present YOU
program Herbert Crews
Ei tt t foraGREATER you know what will play In Jax to bed/ but don't. tell him I June Crews, THE PURCHASE OF A NEW MACHINEWE
next month .
goes who's plannin' to from here, Hear ,
I'm wonderln I Doc Herlong made Ralph Dudley Billy Over- REMINGTON RIGHT IN YOUR OWN HOME.
Hear the man all Florida is where the Jacksonville debut as a vocalist at a Leslie Bradley and Brad-

I talking about people are gonna sit meeting of the Rotary Club Geiger.
Bunny Kldd Is worryln' over Its His
i rendition
PATY of at humorous An afternoon hike will be con-
means 4-hour .
PROGRESS: NO WONDER HE SMILES out how to see It Tryin'without to mlssin figure ditty entitled "There's' No by Scoutmaster Whitfield Easy Terms Available

4 a meal (or aumpin like that) U said afternoon. All scouts

PATY means He Eats RegularlyAt You haven't have made up In volume for cubs will meet at the Com
really lived untilyou've ever it lacked In technique House at three o'clock,
GOVERNMENT The eaten a jar of C. A. Durllng's Glad to hear of it, Doc will hike a short distance in-
Paid for (The man who sells by the put you down on home the COUNTY
by friend of side of the my woods, where they, will
i B. F. Paty Orange Blossom road) kumquat preserves list and eat supper. Many other
They hit
a new high In So .
long Se. you after activities
Cafe are being plan-
tastiness John and Lyle
spring thaw .
eraoa.couelnsbom.oa'the and wUl be announced from
: same I to time. ..-i.j

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Ltv. JANUARY 26, 1940 imt n.x :.i> COUNTY TF.u>.z.: vru. KL FLORm.t rAGE FIVE

I. 'I Students Give Annual i I more than a dozen counties in'' I
BITS of LOCAL NEWS Lawtey Play North and) Went Florida Speaking "

.. --...- -- -" -- -- -_ .. ,_ several times! a day to large I A ,4,
- -
crowds of voter along hl Itener Ms L ti1
ator and Mrs. C. E. Johns Dr. S. P. Vandlvlere of Amerlcua. Kir. and Mrs. Clarence' NUBs ary '

Saturday In Jacksonville. Ga., spent the week-end I here baum of Jacksonville were guests''' "
He bus
prepared a special message
with Mrs Vandivlere and son, Sunday of Mrs. NuiobaunVa par- !
and Mis. Eldridge Smith Pitner. ents, Mr and Mrs. B Jacobs. f>, the voters of tills locality On h i s public record,

Sunday afternoon In Jack- :_ I Amort* *i" highlights of Mr
then, he shapes up well. of i
e. Mrs. J, E. Powell of Callahan Friends of Mrs. J P Burns of ewa Paty's address in Starke will be If

is the guest of her brother-in-law Atlanta, Ga., and house guest of the following: Taxation, H ,definite xx That record I is what )1-\\
and Mrs. V, B. Ilarrell and end sister Mr. and her mother, Mrs. P H. Manassa, ,)
Mrs. land
; C. A. on Old Age Pensions, ade-
en spent Saturday: afternoon Knight. will regret to learn of her illness. quate I school financing from prov- appea 1 Is to us. St. I

latka. I 1'en tax sources, establishment of I Petersburg independent
i Mrs. Junliia M. Smith spent ;
subsistence homesteads '
i and *trs, E, J. Flynn wereGainesville Mrs. Randolph Boree of Jack Tuesday in Jacksonville as the an '
intensive battle for lower I't
freight ,
Ji-89 visitors in sonville spent Sunday here with guest of her biother-ln-law and

[ay afternoon. her Bennett.parents, Mr. and Mrs. O. H. sister, Mr. and airs. George Bennett 4it has rates.conducted From the his outset campaign Mr. on Paty a!,I 'YIRIWUIadautlIB1IINla'u.aun4.pnuiin' i"" ;--;- : \,
high plane, refusing to Indulge In,! ., }
and Mrs. J. B. Gordon of .. 7zYcL'r5i.; ;
personalities and mud slinging, : :
Jrd announce the birth of a Mrs. E. J. Dowllng Miss Helen 1 ;
Dowllng and Mr. and Mrs. Al Manaaaa returned but dealing vigorously and fearlessly 1I
{ 14. Billy Dowling were 1
n January visiting friends in ,Ocala Sunday Saturday after enjoying a with the dominant problems I;ib Speak A Silent ;
rL ,. Scott of afternoon week's visit In Eustis as guests ofMr. confronting the state and Its i, I 1..IU'IIII'lCe'
Managua's brother, Henry people. I r' i
[do' were recent guests ofnd Friends of Manassa. Tho rally in Starke Is being are of Beauty d j
Mrs. F. A4 Scott. Miss Johnnie Russell ___ to. u
will regret to learn of her illnessat ranged by the Paty Organization I I (> Of /.OlV I
W C. T. U. will meet Frl- the home of her father In St. Friends of D. P. Carpenter will Shown here Is part of the c".t of "A Henpecked Husband" the in Bradford. County. ': 'i"J ,,

ifternoon at three o'clock at Augustine.R. be glad to learn that he Is improving annual play presented by students of the Lawtey Junior-High School --- of Sympathy
after being confined to last Friday night. Pictured here Is the STOMACH CAS EXPELLEDThere
of Mrs. F. A. Scott. "hold-up" scene in which I'
lome his home several days this week i FOK K\KKV FKOKIL'
R. Hutchings 'of Gainesvillewas Professor William Brown (Burnell Wilkerson) turns the tables on the is no need to let stomachgas "
of illness.
and Mrs., R. E, Mundorff the guest of his parents. Mr. rest of the cast and shows them he's not such a henpecked fellow after cause loss of sleep and upset I NKKI CALL

and Beach were ,recent and Mrs. T. M. Hutchings, Mon- Friends all. Those with "hands up" are Edna Edwards. Gwendolyn Smith, your disposition. Just take a
of S. R. Johns, Jr., will
'of Mr. and Mrs. A. H. day night, be glad to learn that he has recovered Evangeline Starling Easley Shuford, Coy Rosier, James Reddish, spoonful of lama-Rex in a glass M IIS. I.. (;J. ;

.' after being confined to Ollie Taylor, Minnie Lee Pringle, Jack Johns, and Essie Mae Eunice. of water before going to bed. .POWELL '
i-.r......... +- F Mr. and Mrs. G L. Patten of Biama-Rex relieves stomach dis- .. i
his home several days last week I .
.:sad Mrs R. M. Griffin of Tallahassee were guests last week- because I comfort due to acid-Indigestion
of Illness
Petersburg were week-end end of Mrs. Patten's mother, Mrs. Child Falls Under Crimnologist SpeaksAt quickly. Buy a bottle of 50 doses I'hone I%a..' ,:
of Mr, and Mrs. A., H. E. E. Canova. Train for 50c at the Rexall Drug Store Telegraph !Service -
Mrs. Stanley Carnell and little Freight Rotary ClubDr. ,, ,,, .. (
I Carpentei Drug Store In Starke .,11"11I11"11111"1111"111111"111"1111I'1111"1111'' ''' ii1..Mi' .MnnA
Mr. and Mrs.' F. A.. Canova and sons. Gene, and Corbin, recently .,(
children of Gainesville spent several days as guests of By Bill PlummerThe C. B. Pollard, professor of .. ,n I
Bng_i Edith some Rowe time returned in Jackson-after Sunday of Mr. Canova's mother, Mrs. Carnell's parents, Mr. and fourteen-months-old son of chemistry at the University of HEAT WITH OIL q

Its the guest of her brother Mrs E. E. Canova. Mrs. P. A. Scott. Mr, and Mrs. Troy Bennett was Florida and scientific Investigator !MORE EFFICIENT: i

ster.ln-Iaw Mr. and Mrs.n The Rev. W. C. Burton will conduct critically Injured by a Seaboard In crlmnology, gave an en- MOHK: ECONOMICAL ''i
Mrs. Graham
Rowe. Causey and son, I, services at the Christian Air Line freight train one mile lightening talk before the Rotary FUEL INSTANTLY AVAILABLE ,.
Johnnie of
N. C, are
guests of Mra Causey's mother, i Church of Starke Sunday morn- north of Lawtey Thursday afternoon Club here at the regular Wednes-- CALL 55 Pit 85 \

Mrs. Emma Murrhee. : Ing at 11 o'clock and Sunday of last week. day luncheon.The OIL
entaWordED i night at 7:30: o'clock. Standard Oil Company i
The child was following an old speaker brought out the
Mr. and Mrs. H. S., Massey of I er brother who was well out of fact that one person out of every S K. C). DUNCAN Agent I'
: Mrs. L. E. Moseley and J. C. I'i
TO BUY cow ands Dade City will spend the week- Manning spent' Saturday and Sun danger and unaware of the smaller 29 in the United States has a i
all end here as guests of Mr. and boy's venture. criminal record, and described
Market pricea paid on day at Daytona' Beach as guestsof '.;'
dell. J..D. ODOM. box 247 Mrs. E. L. Matthews. Mr. Manning's brother, D. W. Only the work of the Almightycould dramatically the Important part .t

krke Fla. 3311yr.p -- Manning, who is quite ill. have possibly saved the that science is playing today In h a
Mr. and Mrs J., C. Manning, child He stumbled over the bringing these lawbreakers before( 1
(ITED-sterilized (boiled) cot- Mrn. B. F. Manning, Mrs. B. first rail and fell between the the bur of justice.
Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Wall Mr.
!':lS with no buttons. No Hilliard and Callis Manning spent and Mrs. Thomas Long, all of tracks, thus keeping the engine Dr. Pollard quoted from actual Hf 1t t
tits. Will pay 5-cents per Tuesday in Jacksonville,
from hitting him hend-on. After case histories in Instances
Tallahassee and A. E. Wall, Jr., of giving many
d for those meeting our Tampa. were guests last weekendof the entire train of fortysevencars where It would have been
proval. Bradford County Mr.' and Mrs. L. Marsh of Fen-
Mr. and Mrs. W L. Wall. had passed, the baby was Impossible to apprehend criminals "
egraph. tf ton,. Mich., and Bruce Marsh of found by his I
\ parents. except through the efforts of
Indianapolis were last \
| SALE-14 head select Durocey Friends of Mrs. Harry Houston The infant is now In St. Vin science He described the an r?
week of Mrs. J. H. Lord.L. h h'i !
boars and gilts, about 4 will be glad to learn that she has cent's hospital In Jacksonville alyses that are made of blood 1\1 I

nths old from WaveMastered. A. Rennolds has returned to recovered after being confined at suffering from five fractures of metals, clothing, and other materials

> They are fine. ,Will his employment In Richmond.Va, the home of her parents, Mr. ai d the skull and three crushed fingers which are far better proof ;

ster in purchaser's name.o after spending a few days here Mrs. A. A. Durden, because of of Innocence or guilt than the r fl

approximately 10,000,Cay- recently with Mrs. Rennolds. illness. Operations have proven so successful usual circumstantial evidence.

a.L and 5,000 P. 0, J.-aeed cane. that doctors in charge say

Bradford Farms) L. A. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard McGary Mrs. Dora E. Peers of New the child has a good chance of Paty To Be First II

wn, -mgr., Brooker, Fla. and son, Robert, of Lake City York City visited Mr. and Mrs. F. recovering but his condition is Aspirant HereThe
1-12 4t A. Scott Sunday. Mrs. Peers was still serious.
were guests of Mr. and Mrs F. very IIf' \
enroute to the southern part of '. ;! I r
ICE-To \Whom'It ;May Con- Us: Box Thursday afternoon the state for the remainder of the first opportunity to hear a I .>.' s

: Leave my 'stock alone, winter. Train Hits Auto gubernatorial candidate on "the 1 >i ,ti

|gs and cattle, or suffer the Mrs. Carrie Hitch attended the Near HamptonTwo home field" will come to Iliad i !

equences. -Leon Dlcandlo. Lee High football banquet at the Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Hoppe and ford Countiiina Thursday Feb ", 1
Seminole Hotel In Jacksonville 1 when B. F. of West d 1 ,
1-26,4tp Boo, Jimmy, and Mrs. Harry Rob- men, Yanrey Williams of ruary Paty
Thursday night at which time her Palm Beach
erts of Tampa will spend the Starke and J. F, Anderson of .will speak in Starkeat I
SALE-Horse,. 6 years old, son, Tom Rltch, who had won his 1:00: p. m.
week-end here as guests of Mr. Washington, D. C., escaped serious :
iba, good 2-wheel trailer letter, was presented with a gold
: and Mrs. O. t. Beasley and Mrs.J. Injury Wednesday morning Since this is the first Chance for ,
x20 Urea 3 sows 16 pigs. football, a gift from the Athletic \
localites "
to have seat
W. Kincaid. when the car in which they were ( a ringside '
I V. Ingleright. Itp, Association. riding collided with a Georgia at the 1940 Big Show, It is likely DR. A. W. BLOODWORTH 1

Dr. and Mrs. C. C. Mendoza Southern & Florida Railway trainat that a large audience will gatherto y
I and son, Cliff Miss Gloria Johns, the crossing on the Hampton hear the candidate explain whyhe .f I

NAT SEZ: I and Tom Ritch, all of Jacksonvlllt cut-off of Road 13, *-I ix miles south Is convinced he should be Upstairs Over Canova Pharmacy .n(
were guests Sunday of Mr. and T elected Governor in 1940. 1
'+ Well folks here It U again the I Mrs. T. J. Griffin Mrs. Carrie of here. Since beginning his campaign at Every Wednesday 9 A. M. To 5 P. M. 'j

+ event you have been waiting for, I, Rltch and Miss Annie Darby. The car, a 1938 Ford coupe, be- West Palm Beach, more than ten 'ji i
longed to Anderson, who was en days ago, Mr Paty has visited
the annual President's BirthdayBall. ---
< /t route from .j1XJ@ {
St. to
v Petersburg
Mrs C. D. Shank of ,
'. Clean up that old navy --" :
f. Va., en route home after spending Savannah, Georgia. Heshad given
blue suit and shine up those old< several weeks in'Apopka, arrived Wfilllama a ride from Hawthornewith D O s D oooo Facts That tVicrrr.: You -N'n.; .

Peter's Shoe. and get ready to yesterday to spend a few days the Intention of bringing him --..- 'JI

Shake a foot. liven: If you don't here with her brother and sister to Starke, When Anderson, who -..

in-law, Mr. and Mrs. James Lewis was driving, saw the"train cross-
dance come anyway. Your contribution .
ing he applied the breaks and /

may' help some poor Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Hayes and tried to turn the car around. The P BLACK fWt> tit" ::'
'crippled kid walk. vehicle turned and continued to : c yr t e''Olp IZ
family and Miss Dorothy Swan- ,5 TAVERN .)o GE '
bom were in Jacksonville last slide in the direction it was sit ,tLs .. ( RIGNt' +r i

NEW ARRIVALS night attending the Boy Scout originally heading (north) and X0,5 <50YOU'RE THERE/- ti ':LEAN, c;. 0/1 .' :

: Court of Honor. Enos Hayes,'son bumped into the moving train. tHE Is pJ ,
The rear of the .
of Mr. and Mr Hayes, receivedhis car was damaged -
V', i Eagle Scout rank at that time. beyond repair and both riders II,
DRESSES were thrown out by the Impact. ( l

Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Lindsay of The engineer stopped the train to I

I 12 to 20 38 to 46 Wlnston-Salem N. C., and house render any possible assistance. "

guests of Mr. and Mrs. D. P. Car- > ;

$1.98 i penter, spent Tuesday and Wed- Sheriff Makes .j,

nesday in Madison as guests of Public StatementSheriff : :
1 Mrs. Lindsay's brother and sister S. S ," :", .J'' I'
JUNiOR I In-law Mrs and Mrs Frank Car A. O. Andreu this week I : !!

m penter. made the following statement: '' ''I

"It has been rumored over the : :

DRESSES i Mrs. K. I. McKay Mrs. Fred county that I have full control : 1 I

.p Waring, Jr. Mrs. H. Mason Smith, over (the weight inspector In this .' I I

lltol7 and Mrs. W I*. Jackson, en routeto district. I wish to say that he ,
i ,
1 their,respective homes In operates under Florida law, la an

#' Tampa after making a tour of the employe of the State of Florida,,
? $2.98 Ikj.55CLEARANCE i
7 ? state, are luncheon guests todayof and responsible only to the State.I ,. 8 1
I Iy
I Mra. O. L. Beaaley and Mr J. [ have a letter from Governor
I W. Kincaid. Cone demanding that I send a Z 'l f

I deputy with the Inspector: when "
Mrs. Walter Weatherly had as he Is in this county Inasmuch as

1 SALE guests Sunday. the Rev. Dr. and I he does not have the authority to ,,

Mrs Martin of Penney Farms, arrest. "
and ChildrensSWEATERS
r Womens Mrs. Frank Hoover, and Miss Ella "This !. the second such letter \

Saaaee. During the afternoon the I[ have received from the Governor DOING YOURSELF

f 't party visited friends at Melrose :

and enjoyed the sights at Gold Tallahassee, Fla.
TWINS Head Branch State Park. Nov. 23, 1939 A GOOD TURNAND

Sheriff A. O. Andreu
Mr. and Mrs. Roger Sllliman and
$2.98 $1.99 : Itarke, Fla.
I three children of New Cannan, Dear Sheriff: US TOO if you do these gram (In cooperation with law enforce ; 4

1 Conn., and Mrs. Burton Ducher of Pleae instruct one of your things: One. .. Patronize only the rement authorities) should interest every
L. I. were guests Wed-
1 deputies to accompany the State beer sold.
I nesday and Thursday of Mr and putable places where ia social-minded person.

348 $1.O0&$1.19 Mra. V, S. St. John, en route to Weight Inspector in your county. Two. .. Learn about, and if possible We want you to have our interest ,
I Trusting that you will comply K
SWEATERSNOW I their respective homes after with my request, I am co-operate with, beer's new "celling free booklet describing it. Ask us -

ONLY spending several weeks in South Yours very truly, regulation" plan to eliminate beer for it. Write: United Brewers Industrial ,
Florida. '
Fred P. Cone, Governor. retailing abuses. Foundation, 19 East 40th Street, ;

SPUN RAYON print In rot* 88cSTERNBERCT Mr. and Mrs. John Uglow and Beer's "clean-up or close-up" proNew York, N Y.
M._ ..* ..... sitn IJ fo J !.II'. and Mrs. C. F. Ward had as CARD OF THANKS
We extend our sincere thanksto
their dinner guests WednesdayMr.
and Mrs. R. IA McDowell and friends for the expression: of CEO

son. Julian, of Jacksonville. At sympathy, flower, and kind deeds ...a. beverage of moderation ?
this time Mr. Uglow celebrated during the long Illness and deathof

his 82nd birthday anniversary G. B. Newsom. (Signed) Mrs. 0

and Mr. and Mrs. McDowell cele- O. B. Newsom, Mn. Russell Mc-

brated their 28th wedding anni Rae Mlsa Lois Newsom, Perry

venery fewsom, Jesse Newsom. b3'i


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I\gates favorable to the renomlna ''A "GOLDEN" HARVEST- """

I) !, SECTION I Ion of Mr. Roosevelt, if he wants I LIVE STATE NEWS !, Miami BeachFrigid Wy .

Political Pot a third term.Delegates _.. the North, submarines
.. .. .--.. -- ----- ------ -- at ea ,,
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------ -- ------- will be elected In the
war In
: By :M. :M. SmathersA I first primary next May. ey will ACCIDENT RATE CUTTaliabasaeeAccidenta FIRST CASE OF ITS KIND Europe have caused t Il
greatest Influx of
go to the national convention in Flor- Clearwater, William Koch, I this resort baa ever known

COMMON SENSE. lot of good Republicans have I without instructions about casting ida last year claimed 675 lives or Clearwater, was bound over to I. Manager Claude A. Renshaw CI,

Democrats their votes. Supporters of an un- 10 percent less than in 1938 Ash- ee:
COOKING MEAT TRAINED RURAL YOUTH become fruit-bearing I county court under tlOO bond mated that at the present rate
after residing In Florida so that pledged delegation said beneficial er Frank, director of the Florida arrivals at the beach alone

:Meat Is universally liked because "If rural life In America Is to make Charles Francis I trades could not be made by a Safety Council, half announced.The Saturday on a charge of drivinghis play host to 270.000 persons '1

of its richness and flavor. be enriched and developed to the should not delegation pledged in advance. toll In 1938 was 741 which car after his driver's license will spend $47.000.000
:More money is spent in this country fullness of which it Is capable, Coe, candidate for the office now was 66 more than in 1939. had been revoked, and Lt,. Maurice son's end, compared with the 20flftl J

4 .. for meat than for any other rural youth as well as urban youth held by Senator Charles Andrews PINE LEVEL Green of the state highway patrol, tourists and $35,000,000 last ,, '

food. Meat Is easy to prepare It needs to learn how to apply In a an exception to the rule. But It By Mrs. II. M. McRae CONK TO MAKE RACE scJd it waif the first case of this Across Biscayne Bay the City y

4 provides cold food for later meals, socially useful way the knowledge will. Politicians of the old cracker Lake City-Governor Fred P. kind since the state drivers license Miami reported an equally ]
and It makes rather flat food ac which science brings to our door," Elder W. E. Hall filled his regular cessful BUt
type will probably see that It Cone announced last week that he law was put into effect. The season, the entire ,
ceptable. The five most widely says Secretary of Agriculture does. The Hartford (Conn.) Cour- appointment at Pine Level will be a candidate for the United hearing was before Magistrate M. was said by responsible sources],
used' meats are beef, veal, pork, Henry A. Wallace in discussingfarm Sunday and was a dinner guestat have
rant under date of September 9, States Senate in opposition to incumbent L. Humphries. a volume of visitors at i u,]
the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. R.
lamb and mutton. life.
1938 carried a page one picture, Hall. Charles O. Andrews. 30 percent ahead of mid-JsuiuJ

Meat of animals Is composed of The Secretary pointed to the of the .present Democratic candidate -: Others already In the race are THIRD CHURCH FIRE last year.

i. muscle connective tissue fat and need for an increasing amount of for the nomination of U. S.: :Miss Dorothea Norman of Gum Charles Frances Coe and If or-

bone. In tender meat the mUllce! thinking about problems of the Senator as a Republican keynoter Branch spent Monday night with tense K. Wells. Lakeland) The third church Florida Delegates
fire within two months did
1 fibers are finer and the connective rural community such as some for the Republican state Miss Odessa AIcRae. today
I to the First Won't Vote As
damage Presbyterian Unit
tissue Is more tender than in 4-H Clubs are promoting. With a convention called for the purpose Cliff on Browning returned home COLD CLOSES SCHOOLS
here estimated at <
., tougher meat. Whether connective present membership in 4-H Clubsof of picking a Republican state Saturday after spending several Miami. Wintry winds gave Church church officials. Fire$10,000by Chief Florida's delegates to the 1

., tissue and muscle fibers are nearly 1,300,000 rural young ticket. It was predicted in this weeks at Lees burg with relatives. I South Florida school children an Democratic national
tender or tough depends upon people, the Nation has a right to column three weeks ago that Mr. Miss Elizabeth Harnage of unscheduled holiday. Lack of Guy Arendell said there was no conveniii

the location of the cut and the age expect great things of the oncomIng -: Coe was running with the approval Gum Branch spent Thursday night .heating facilities and prediction: doubt but that the blaze was in- will not be bound by any Untr,

: of the animal. Some fat may be generation of farm boys and and support of the wigwam with Mr. and Mrs. B. :M Mc- of 40 degrees temperature caused cendiary apd was set by the same that would swing their
found in all meat. Meat which Is girls. the Secretary declares.An O. P. parties who caused the First Baptist -
chiefs of the G. James T. Wilson, Dade County I solidly behind President Roo
Rae.Elder Church and to burn
well marbled with fat is desirable. aim of '.H Club W. Mr. or other:, candidate.The .
Important E. Hall, : and Mrs. superintendent to issue the closing -, here : any
at loss at
recently a placed
Each kind of meat ha it characteristic work Is to teach rural boys and Death last week removed from J. R. Hall, and Mr. and Mrs. J. D. order for class-rooms here. I 80000. State Democratic Kite: ,,
flavor due to !
extrac- girls that cooperative action is the political circles of Florida Odom visited the bedside of R..R. Live Committee, meeting in i

tions. a desirable way of solving rural Senator William C. "Homestead Crosby Sunday afternoon.W. SIIOLTZ IS. UNDECIDED I AIR BASE PIER STARTED' Petersburg last week, defeated I

General Method problems. "We must learn to live BlirHodges. one of the few men C. and Buddy Oliver were Miami,-Former Governor Dave to 37 a unit rule resolution. Prii

For tender cuts of meat, use with each other, and rural and in the history of the state to rise visiting relatives in Jacksonville Sholtz denied reports that he Jacksonville,-Work on the first cipal verbal opposition came frog

dry heat. Cuts of meat such as u.rban communities and life are to distinction within the ranks of Saturday.Mrs. would announce his candidacythis permanent structure at the Naval supporters of the presidential car

steaks chops, and roasts from Interdependent. New opportunities the Democratic party after espousing Air Station, Black and Piney of
dldacy Vice-president
Mattie Hutchenson of week for the post of United Jot
better grades of animals are con- await the men and women another cause. His presence Points, will get underway shortly. Nance Garner.
sidered best when cooked in dry who have the desire and ability will be missed In many party Vanderbilt was visiting her son- States Senator Charles O. And- Test pilings! are to be driven look-
in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. rews. He said he had been urgedby
: beat. to promote the wellbeing of rural councils and on the floor of the Ing toward the construction of the
Typewriter ribbon of
friends to seek either the all
R. V. Alvarez, Sunday. senatorial I kind
;: Small pieces of meat are used communities and of the.Nation" i state senate. One of his last acts nomina- 500-foot pier which will extend Into for sale at the Telegraph
I or gubernatorial otis.
i for broiling. It is seasoned and the Secretary says. was to prepare for the press a Elder W. E. Hall spent Saturday tion but he added he had not decided the St. Johns River at a point

finished cooking at a low temper- i In addition to the present membership -'statement in which he announced night with Mr. and :Mrs. H. Just south of Piney Point. The IN XIIK CIRCUIT COU 'l' IN AY

t. ature. The meat comes in direct I in '-H Clubs, there is an that be could not run because of :M. McRae. yet what he would do. pier will be 40 feet in width, will FLORIDA FOR HUADKORU' COUNT.

contact with the heat. important group nearly( seven his physical condition. In that : J. W. Hall returned home Sun ANOTHER FOR ATTY. GEN. be of concrete and will be for the NOTICE TO DEFENDANT

? When pan-broiled meat is cook- million) former members who article he kept his usual faith day after spending a few days use in the docking of boats at the Mary. Ruth Plaintiff McNeace.'

ed In a hot uncovered pan, the have had 4-H Club training durIng with the causes he supported by ,with relatives in Jacksonville.Mr. Holly Hill,-Another candidate station. -v.Henry.-
the Democratic nomina- Lee MoNoace.
melted fat being poured off as It the past 25 years. These for- pledging himself to fight any can- and Mrs. J. L. Underbill Defendant.IN .
Accumulates.A mer members have acquired a didate who would champion Issues were dinner guests of Mr. and tion for Florida's attorney gener- GET PRISON TERMS THE NAMHJ OP THE STATE (01)
this week. he FLORIDA UHUETINO-
properly broiled steak is well broad outlook on agricultural which he considered untruths, :Mrs. H. H. Lewis Sunday.We alship Asserting Tampa Five aliens allegedly TO: Henry Lee McNcace., who*
did not seek election
browned on both aides and edges national and International problems propaganda and detrimental to "merely to connected with a Chinese smuggl- residence la unknown.
are sorry to report the ill- be the state You are hereby
it baa a puffy appearance. Its Interior and are thus better citi- the citizens of Florida. Rumor ness of Miss Odessa McRae and : placed B.on Conklin payroll"Millard Hill Ing plot that collapsed in a storm pear to the Bill of required Complaint to tu i<,

Is Juicy and tender. zens. Many of them are outstanding has it that a certain group of Holly off the Florida coast last June herein against you on or befo
hope she will soon be well again. lawyer, entered the race and said Monday, the 5th oar of Februar
: Lesa tender cuts of meat may leaders in their communities Leon County higher ups are trying We were given prison terms In fed- A. D. 1940. '
are glad to that R.
report *
"it Is earnest desire to
: be cooked by braising or as a pot and In state and national activi- to persuade :Mrs. Hodges to R. my eral court last week by Judge IT IS FURTHER ORDERED thi
Crosby is Improving after beIng thlll order be
render real constructive serviceto published
roast. To braise meat brown It In ties.> run for the late Senator's seat in Louie W. Strum. Joseph Dom: Bradford County Telegraph In u
confined his bed
to two weeks. the of this "
a hot pan in a small amount of Present and past members are the upper house of the legislature.Then Mr. and Mrs. M. J. McRae and people great state. Inguez, described by immigration ty newspaper of Bradford published, In said. Con'

fat and then cook In covered vessel leading the way In their com consensus of opinion Is that son Donald, of Starke, were visit- FRAT WINS TROPHY officials as head of a smugglingring four consecutive once week each week I

with or without liquid. A pot munities In developing programsand she will favorably receive these in Cuba, was sentenced to 16 WITNESS my hand and offlcl,
ing Mr. and Mrs. H. M. McRae seal this 3rd
roast is steamed in an oven usually methods for conserving human friends and if she runs, the Sen- Thursday evening. Gainesville,-The University of months as the arranger of a 1940. day of January, A. I

with vegetables. and national resources, ator's wife will be elected. Florida chapter of Delta Chi National scheme to deliver five Chinese and OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Tho."

For cooking very tough por- which have been wasted in a pro- social fraternity, has just an Armenian woman into the Clerk of Circuit Court. ,J-5 U I 1.

tions and bones the following fligate manner too often In times Sometime soon probably wi thing HEILBRONN been notified that it has won the United States. I'Excess Acid: C UM

methods are good: past. the next ten days Jerry W. By Mrs. I*. Gaaklna organization's national scholastic 'FREE youp.ln.oIStomad1Vlce..s.

Stewing. To stew is to commissioner will trophy for the 1938-39 scholastic NEW BRIDGE I .
: cook "With Increasing knowledge of Carter, railroad An epidemic of the "Flu" seems OVER ST. JOHNS In4igeatiooBIo.tingCaaH.artburn

,'' mall pieces of meat at a simmering social and economic facts upon make his announcement as a can- to be the latest and most unwel- yeafr. The trophy, a permanentone Jacksonville,-Work has begunat [ ,Belchin

temperature in water which to build a program for rural didate for the Democratic nomination come visitor In our community. is given annually to the chapter the foot of Main Street on the Nausea,get a/>.'. sample of UDCA

: with the addition of vegetables youth of America, we may as U. S. Senator. The an- Several of the folks around have which makes the highest scholastic construction of approaches to the and a frtt interesting booklet ItCARPENTER'S

at the end. Pieces from the neck, look forward with confidence to nouncement will probably be been confined to their homes be- average among the 34 chap- bridge which crosses the St. '--

flank, shank, rump round and the enrichment of the traditionsof made from Vero Beach at the old cause of It. ters of Delta Chi throughout the Johns River. A pile driver is in DRUG STORE

brisket may be;'! utilized. In a our fathers and feel that It Is, family homestead. It will be the country. operation by the huge foundation
J. H. Johnson of
well made stew tie meat -is ten- a privilege to live with the soil second time he has gjone to the off shore and the work is the firston

,,, der and Juicy, and the broth well and our neighbors," the Secretary post as a senatorial candidate. He with spent Mr.last and Thursday Mrs. J.night C. Jones here, USES hOME MADE GUN the north side of the river Relief At Last
concludes. ran once against the late Duncan where Tampa, A home-made "gun"was under the contract for the ap-
; Ground or chopped. Broiled or U. Fletcher and received more he conducted a meeting ofJehovah's the weapon which Detective proaches. Crews have been busyon

pan broiled. Loaf. solving the extractions of meat. votes than any candidate ever to Witnesses. He was assisted Chief Bush said a Tampa mechain- the Southalde for several For.YourCoug

Soup. The rich meaty flavor Bouillon Is a clear soup made Florida's then senior sen In this meeting by Mr. and last
oppose 1st used week in taking his weeks with drag lines, etc., in
of meat from beef, but no bones are used. .. Mrs. Myers of Starke.
soups Is obtained by dls- ator.State's. own life. John Pokorny, about clearing the property for the Creomulslon relieves promptlybcause
Bullion Is seasoned with vege- Mr. and Mrs. Freeman Crosbyof It goes right to the seat of tin
30 was Instantly killed when the"gunlike" building of the
approaches. trouble
to loosen laden
Cairns germ phleg
Discomfort tables and Consomme is Jacksonville
spices. spent Sunday here
COLDS ExpensesSoar device he had riggedup Increase secretion and aid natu'eIIOOthe M I
clear soup made from a combina- with her brother-in-law and sister, was discharged, sending a .38 MORE MONEY FOR ROADS and heal raw,tender,Intlam-
i For quick relief tion of 2 or 3 kinds of meat. HigherIncreases Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Reddish and bullet into his head. The mater- ed bronchial mucous membrane
from the 666 Methods used In cooking other mother, Mrs. J. D. Carmichael.L. Tallahassee, The State Road No matter how many medicines yoj'
mlneryt ials used were a screen door stop have tried. tell your druggist to Ie.
colds, take 664 meats are suitable for poultry. In pensions and social M. Murrhee of Bootsey'sBeach and a short piece of pipe. Department expects to spend you a bottle of Creomulsion with th
Young tender chickens may be security reserves shoved up to was visiting his soninlawand I about $5,000,000 more In 1940 understanding that you are to Ilk

liquid Tablet Salve Nose broiled, fried, or roasted. Older $67,201.50367 the business of r daughter, Mr. and Mrs. J. L. PRICES SHOW PROMISE than it did in 1939. but all new the way It quickly allays the cow

Drop birds may be fricasseed or stewed., Florida's state government in the Gaskins. Wednesdav nltrht construction work on highways: or you are to have your money baddCREOMULSION

last fiscal year.It Mrs J. L. Cask Ins and daughter Gainesville,-Monday's sale at and bridges will be on a basis of

g INSURE WITH was an Increase of $8,720' Gertrude, we revisiting Gainesville the Live-Stock found Auction Number Market One In Members"if and when of the funds road are available." for Coughs,Chest Colds,Bronchitn

631.13 over the previous year. Re- friend and relatives at Bootsey's department
N. D. WAINWRIGHT, JR. ceipts exceeded disbursements by Beach Friday afternoon. hogs bringing $5.00 and calves a State board appointed by the

$987,962.34. James Batten and Dave Shadof paying $7.00 to $8.65 during the Governor, tentatively adopted a

? FIRE LIFE AUTO LIABILITY BONDS Baker County, attended services past week. "We had an extra 1940 budget calling for expenditure BUSINESSDIRECTORY
increases occurred In
good sale this week declared an of 24063385. It will be advertised
I Phone 13 STARI{ FLORIDA old age pensions and other social here Sunday at the Primi- official. "Notice those prices. in newspapers before be-
Baptist Church and were din-
benefits, financial aid to counties,
Cattle have been extra good since -
ing adopted finally! at DeLand
and the of ner guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. D.
operation hospitalsand Davis. the first of the year, and we had February 28.

FUNERAL DIRECTORMy prisons. a good run on cattle-more than :
Receipts, Including federal aid 400 head-here last week." I.V: T II... 'nCI'IT COI'HT OF L\
Maay Years Experience Hake It Feasible for He to Bonder BRADFORD COUNTY, VXOIUD
and trust funds
...' totalled $68,189,466.01 against By Miss Knza Weaver GETS WEATHER BUREAUSt. TO DEFENDANT '
,K $39.375.533.35: In the 1938 fiscal Marks United Plaintiff, I
DeWITT C. JONES Mrs. Gertrude Weiss of New States .
-vsJuanlta .
; year. Disbursements were $67201.03.67 ,- York weather bureau officials notified everybodyfiF1ft 1 1I
Btarke, Florid City is si ndln a couple of GrlfflflDefendant. I
and for
I !
if weeks with Mr. and Mrs. B. Hersh- tho Tallahassee chamber of com- I
F! 1938.Taxes merce last week, a government FLORIDA GREETING:

: licenses and slmlliar field.Mrs.. Hugh Ross of Chattahoochee weather station at St. Marks, had dence TO: Juanita and Griffin, whoa resi
place of address
I R sources produced $49,132,835, Is spending some time here begun operations. The weather Chftraw. South Carolina. Is

against $43,828,074 the year be- with bar sister and brother-in-law, station will be slmlliar to the gov- You arc hereby required to appear
ford; grants and donations from ernment-operated office at Carra- herein to the bill of complaint filed .
Mr. and Mrs. H. Holmes. against you on or before
MEATCURING the federal government totalled Mrs. Lola Townsand has returned belle which receives advice from Monday IT February 6th, A. t>. 1940. COCA-COLA
8209.978 against $6.036,093 and to tier home here after visiting Pensacola. The Carrabelle station thin order be published In the Drad-
\$ collections in fees and from sales with friends and relatives for a will forward Information to for published County In Telegraph said a newspaper WE ARE

produced $4,246,154 against $3- couple of weeks in Palatka. the St. Marks unit, chamber .of ford once each week County for four of Brad-con- PRESCRIPTIONEXPERTS

878,734. Mrs. Felton :Mills and Mrs. Roy commerce informants asserted. ecutlve weeka.

I I INo ,..Trust funds and Investments for Roberts spent last Tuesday In seal WITNESS tblll 3rd my day hand* January and official, A. D.

social security climbed from $5- Jacksonville.Mr. TWO SEEK HODGES' POST 1940.OFFICIAL CARPENTER'SThe
SEAL) A. J. Thomas
707.110 to $6,381,251. and Mrs. Bill Malone spent Tallahassee, Two candidateswill Clerk of Circuit Court. 1-5 4t 1-zi Rexall Store

i In disbursementa. p r I nclpal lost week-end at Lake Wales. seek the state senate seat .

comparative figures are ((1939 Mrs. :Minnie Collins has returnedto from the eighth district, left vac-

increase in pricesWe total listed first): General government her home in Femandlna after ant by the death of Senator W.Ii BOREE FUNERAL HOME

: $3,771.024, and $3,641.353 several C.
; days visit with Mr. and Hodges last Wednesday. Le-!I I Full line of Caskets &
Protection of persona and prop Mrs. R. O. Randal. roy Collins Tallahassee attorney I AMBULANCE Undertakers Supplies

I, erty, $3,040,430 and $2.629.652; Mr. and Mrs. W. Alderman and Leon County representative,I I DAY AND NIGHT SERVIOB

development and conservation, spent last week-end with Mrs. and Lester Wells, wholesale pro I 1*I PIIONK 1S4O.

2160.811 and 1727.614; high- Alderman's! brother and sister-in- duce 'dealer announced over the I II. BENNETT

; Specialize In Sugar ways 11953.678 and $11,748,110; law. Mr. and Mrs. B. Her hfleld. week-end they would run for the L "A HOME-LIKE INSTITUTION"Don't Mjrr.

hospitals and 'prisons. $3.236,635 : They will visit in Miami for several unexpired two years of the termto

.1 and $1.922.663; public schools : days before returning to their which Hodges was elected in

: $14.203.363 and $13.925.050; pensions home In New York City. 1939

Cured Meats and benefits $9.377,419 and G. Mills has returned to his Spread Your Cold
$5,931.969.: : and aid Cougi
to counties home In Cocoa after' spedlng several MUST HAVE SCOTCH BLOODSt.

.. $12.034.595: and 10473656. days last week with his son, Petersburg,-Finance Direc-

V I, ENDORSES: THIRD TERM Felton 'Mms.SERVICE tor T. L. Grassland of this city Get MenthoMulsionA

has found a new high in thriftl-
Miami Rudyard K. Bell of
Miami who qualified recently as Plant City,-The Federal-State ness. He received a letter from cold cough seriously endangers lug Highest
a Worcester, Mass., resident reading -: grade beechwood! CFC
a candidate for I your family and
delegate to the market your business
sote for
news service c.I
was begun in penetration. Genuine
part as follows: "I was In associates. Illness
GAINESVILLE ICE AND COLD said National he would Democratic Convention last week at the Plant City State your city and drove my car up to coughs causes more loss colds of time and tfornia fig syrup gives Mentl'!
"align myself with Farmers' :Market by J. Maynard of than all other Mulsion a taste the whole fan
STORAGE one your (parking) meters .and diseases combined.
t': COMPANY those delegates who would draft Peterson. who If have will like. It clings to the meal'
complies market in you a cough due
put nickles. I found that to a cold, branes
Franklin D. so its
Roosevelt as theparty' records get Mentho-Mulsion soothing, healing IJoj
daily. A field the j
temporary you can only put In one nickel at guaranteed gradients act
choice for faster better.
J. L. president of the office baa been opened here and a time. medicine, today. If Mentho--Ohio '
GEORGE Therefore I
Mgr. was out minister said tro
United recently
l States, tradition to the dally bulletins are Issued my Mulsion fails to stop your coughing
carrying second nickel. There is his pulpit:
contrary way Immediately
[Phone 1067 1201 N. Grove Si. said be would notwithstanding.favor a third term Bell shipping giving point news to and dally bulletins to get It back except by writing over your cold cough get quicker you entirely than I Attendance at church 1* II e0-,
., i for President Roosevelt because"It Information up sales to you. It Is a small matter but any medidne you ever tried, ask ary for human welfare, but don]
;, :: GAINESVILLE FLORIDA' has always been my practice with sales on themorning's still the principle of having been for your money back.. endanger the congregation witi
whole a a 1 e markets Mentho-Mnlsion cold
' Inadvertently Is cough when Henthl -Mulsloll
to cast my vote where It would double-charged I more than an
best benefit the throughout the United States together believe you will refund me ordinary medicine. It contains vita- so inexpensive and easy to obtai
rank and file of my
with price returns mini A and D to bond
weather! your cold 1 170n1'
the common peopl." money. Crosaland sent the resistance Hentho-Uolsioa !. endowed
,t recording and truckings. I nickel. and seven 8OOtbinf' neighbors and guaranteed'ig 'I.

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I discussed by the pastor was spit, on Tuesday night at! iff, H. W. Epperson; Tax Assessor one of the finest places In our rl

CHURCH DIRECTORY & NOTES Tilvllege' and Its Perils." tho Court of Review were George J. K:. Wainwright; Tax Collector county

___ .. .. .1 The young people held their Flynn "Scholmnhlp': and "Camp. M. M Hale; Superintendent Tho Bradford bank
-------------- ---- County
F--. evening meeting in the Churc ing"', Michael A. Dew, "Civics": I of Schools, J. L. Hill; County
BAPTIST METHODIST PRESBYTERIAN EPISCOPAL CHRISTIAN' school rooms where Emmitt I'er- Edward Druzle. Peisonal Health" surveyor!: W H Edwards; County established with J. M. Setdle,

A.. B. Llfhtfootputor R.... Frank Robinson Rev Chas. II. Allen, t. Murk'a ('..ut'h Sunday School Supt ryman ably discussed (the book and ".i+nrlly", Ceorge Powell. commissioners D. B. Knight. L. president: N. W. Hackett, cashier.
Mrs. Ira Wilson
k Thom .. Sup C Pastor Pastor Rev. Fred Rector Terkea, Jr. Sunday School "Jesus and Ills Teachings" "Publl' Health and "Safety" I H. Plnholt>ter. M. V. Smith, These gentlemen have come and

hinder School H.. K.Superintendentof Ferryman.Qen. : Organist Sunday School Supt. 10 o'clock Branscomb, particularly that Billy Lee, "Flremanshlp"; Buck Notice: Tate Powell, M. D. desires settled among us and ask to do
m lay School Mr*. E. M. Davis Miss Ella J. SaOrgan ... chapter dealing with the attitudeof McMillan, "Wooiicarvlng". Comer
all who still him
M. Church School owe moneyto
I:45 A- *t riiuncii OP CHRIST the banking business of Starke.
..rnin Service Church School Church School Mathews 8u.pt Mrs. H. C. Brown Harry Pickup Jesus toward the Old Testament Peiryman "Bird Study" and "Flre- come forward and settle at j

11 A.TralnlMf M. 10 A. M. Church Roy School Service Pastor manshlp"; Buddy Davis "Civics": once. For several years our people have .J'.}
ptUt Morning Worship Sunday School. Bible study 2pm. service of been for bank. It is our \
7:00: P. M. 10 A. M. The evening worshipwas Sonny Haynes "Rowing"; Sonny crying a
tin SerTlce., 11 A. M. 10 A. M. Sermon and The Don't fall to get a chance on the
..nln.00 p..erv M.nyer EveningWorship Morning WorshipIt Sunday: ? 11 A M. Lord' Supper 3 l>. m. discontinued for the day, it Peek, "Cooking"; making a total fine music box at Truby Stern- duty to patronize It. u
A. M. evry: !Sunday: :
M.etlagnepday Service 7:30: P. M. Friday T'SO: p M. being considered Impractical to of two advancements and fourteen berg & Company The prisoners escaped from Jail
Chi 7:00
Sigma p. m.
8:00 P.M.]\ YoungPeopU'c Holy Days..l A. M. MW. ALLIANCE hold the service under the disorganized merit badges. The advancement .
Four of Sheriff .
P.lanlat last Saturday night. Jail breakIng
Mona canova L.eairue Meetlnir: condition of the building. progress of the Troop as a wholeIs
PresidentThe escaped Saturdayby
hoer Director 6:30 P. M. MISSION HALLSponsor. GOSPEL TAB.Sponsored Rev. Frank On next Sunday morning the showing up In an excellent hole Is of such common occur. ,
the out
cutting a through
,bn H. PowellChairman Prayer ,.,MeetlneWedn.lOda 7:30 P.M.- .: by Robinson pastor will bring the message of manner. Interest in the Troop side wall and crawled out. rence In this county, that it fails 1

,rd of Deacons. Mre. F. H. Xonff.Organist Mr. and Mrs.J. Mr.. T.and Quigley Mrs.J. Vice Rev PresidentIhe Leslie the hour and will be assisted by and the work of the Troop is Col. Weeks has Improved his to excite comment (note-.Starke '

F. Klckllt T. Quigley Evangelistic, Service ShepherdSecretaryTreasurer Mrs F. H. Long rendering special continuing to show a decided Improvement ]I,
east of
Chairmanrd place Just town a great sophistication, 1890))
of Trustees 101... E. K. Perryman, Bible Study, each each Friday and Sunday selections on the organ, also playing as the weeks and 'j.
O. Powell Assistant Organist Tues. evening 7-30 evening7:80 The Rev Fred Yerke. deal. He has taken out the Editorial: If you can't keep I .'
If sing begin "
for the congregational months of the new scout year
_____n.--. __ .. .- -- Special music by membersof to s.Detal1s stumps and treesas far as the your sidewalk In repair, take It up
ing. pa ditch. Tho Colonel Is making It and get It out of the way.; .' r;
one entitled "The Two Advents." the choir will add to the ser concerning the activities r
The Godly School Of MissionsTo l
Do I
vice In a most effective way. The
ly There has been a good deal of of the Troop In observing the '" \
To Suffer? Be Held evening service will be the monthly National Scout Week will be announced \ :
ve confusion regarding the first and service In which WE REPAIR ;
Young Peoples In next week's Issue of
The Rev. W. W. Shannon At Baptist Church second comings of our Lord Jesus+ the Young people of the Senior- the Telegraph ::1
Lights Horns Brakes Radiators Starter Motors .
Bible Institutee Christ. In some religious circles Young Peoples Department and ,
:Moody Dr J. F. Plainfield worker the Intermediate department will Help this excellent boy organization : Batteries, Fenders, Frames. Overhaul Motors and All Ii

love of Cod Is frequently under the Home Mission Board ol ,nothing whatever is said about have charge of the entire service! as It works with and for I Repair Work-See Us for Terms on Same-AH Repair i
the Southern Convention,, this great truth. Yet It lit men YOUR
Baptist and for the future
boy, \
but services of Sundaywill
9ed these days The two Work At A Competitive Trice-SEE US TODAY
conception of His will be the principal speaker at tioned over 400 times In the New be held In the Church. Come citizens of Starke, by BOOSTING \

the wrong the School of Missions to be conducted Testament and an untold numberof worship with us and enjoy the SCOUTING in every way possible I CONWAY'S SERVICE STATION & GARAGE P '
We need to be reminded at the Starke
times when love times In the Old. The Jews in renewed beauty of our building LACY CONWAY, Proprietor :
there are church starting next Sunday, Jan .
Invite to -- '
refused to believe We cordially you any
the day of Christ
be severe 28.

t metime ago our two-year] uary Dr. Plainfield is an Italian by the fulfillment of prophecy and all services. 1 50 Years Ago I

ddaughter became 111 and the birth but an American by love,, that was daily enacted before -- -- .---- -

or had to perform a slight loyalty and adoption. He was their eyes. Similarly leaders to (Items from the Telegiaph's file SIX REASON HY ) ,1

atlon on her throat. The doc born high in the mountains ol day refuse to recognize the sign.. Boy Scouts of January, 1890))

was her enemy and she fought northern Italy went to school of the times that are evident te

with all her might. She apd with Benito Mussolini, was train all serious students of the Bible. --- .. The phosphate finds In South

to us to help her, but wed ed and accepted into the Catholic There was a good attendance The regular weekly meeting ol Florida are bringing the state into !

.? her enemy. She could not) priesthood, and sent to South in spite of the cold weather. All the Boy Scouts of America Troop) prominence 1

stand such love as that. Sh America. While enroute there he who are interested in a study ol 70 was held In the Church Schoolrooms Green-peas and strawberries are .4

not know that we suffered was shipwrecked. and returned to the Bible are invited to aval of the First Methodist now being shipped. Peach trees EcRNGASOLINE H

than she but that her suf- Africa. Upon his arrival in. themselves of the opportunity to Church under the direction of the are In full bloom and orange blossoms

g was necessary for her study this splendid little .booklet. Scoutmaster' the Rev. Frank Rob are reported at F. Miller's

Love always does thai TABERNACLELast inson, and his assistant officersA place.The "

h is best for its object ever large percentage of the membership city officials: Mayor L'I ifsip's
good study '
night a
Friday ;
i it hurts to do It. So it is of the Troop was present i Wltkovskl: Aldermen, W W
the Tabernacle I
God in His dealings with us. was presented at chorus took part despite the fact of cold weather Sapp. U. D. Miner, ID.. Wall; YakiW1A, ':' f '
The children's
e learn in the book of Job In the Sunday night Z and outside attractions. The I Clerk, 11. K Alvarez; Marshal, K.I : Q/I'ES j

God does interfere in theIrs t3 singing. revea.lsthe meeting was opened with the ), Wall: Assessor T. W. Sweat : : ,
32. This
Chron. Scripture

difficult of men to and understand.In a way thai II those way who Cod trust brings In victory Him evei to Pledge Scout Oath of allegiance and Laws to the and Flag the The Circuit County Court, W.officials T. Weeks: Clerk; Sher.I of. :P ,H( :, OP.UlAAPRICE\!{. J !

most severe lessor After brief Introductory period \
13 that ir against overwhelming odds. Sen ii,, .,, ,
must learn is submission tc of the boys adjourned to their patrol '1
nacherib, the king Assyria I !' M
will of God. Nothing mean boasted to Hezeklan; King of rooms for their Individual patrol FREE KDNEyWEAKNESSES| O MORE MILEAGE J

much in blessing to man as Judah, that his God was not abU meetings. e ,; IN ."tH GALLO... ,::1'

11 he comes to that place to deliver his people from hit Two recruits were present for 6 HIQHIST ANT'.KNOCK ,I Ir

re he says to God, "Not mj: power. But destruction visited their Initial period of study and l: : IN CROWN'I. LONG HISTOU ,

but thine be done!" He then the Assyrian host and the king, preparation aspiring to the rank Abo for .. '\ o SMOOTHER POWER

overs that what he had himself, was assassinated by his of Tenderfoot; John Anderson and BLADDER TROUhLESI: ON HILL'O. ITIAIOHTAWAY"

ght would be his greatest los own family. Lyle Anderson. These boys will ?ske IDDAIIS BOW and t.ll.* ....rt.. ;/ 0 QUICKER START'NQ \
have actually become his \ Next Friday and Sunday night: be directed In an Intensive period end ....-_at) Backache and L.. PaiMf AND FAITH 'ICIC.U" l
I .._ .
-- r a t. Seaatv matt Burning FaMaa*- 0
atest gains; for it is only at services will be held at the Tab of study for this rank under the I DniMlural Odei-Lew .. Eawrr-H..*. & REDUCED CARBON
God immediate direction of Senior: subs, DL.femu.sa.nau..4 bvUM IOLv1NrACTION '
yields hla all to God that ernacle. .I < ....| KI....' .... BladdM 1>iae ef.. ALL .DUCIS OosIri
l bestow His all on man. Patrol Leader Enos Hayes. Examination : KIDANS .to a uf. "....,!J,. AMIntMfcMltbr 0 "ROUND PERFORMANCE i'i'ICOHOMY
will be given them later] funcUonln of kidnap .Bd t>Udk 0' OPl.ATlON
ut we do not come to thai x Fetler FamilyAt the Scoutmaster. If successfully -I < .1'. Work .pMdIJy. Tnkm M "'...-. AND UPKIIp :
without ijuggle by wlft rault. will follow. Your inoiwy "
of surrender '
Ce TabernacleThe passed they will be admitted -] C. If K1DAN9 tall to brine '' ,. TnkaKIDANS
with self. Perhaps the \ !
PLAINFIELD now IMIn.' pmont dlMamfortand ,
DR. Into of the
membership Troop. ,
Uest record ,we have of this] dlBortfan and avoid Mrlou. .ompllM*
'. Tabernacle will be the scene At 7:30: o'clock the Court ol lions which may follow. Thowmnd. reportploulrc "
uggle In the human heart hInd South America Dr. Plainfield was rMulu. So .hould you or thetrt.l 'f'fr.
of a very unusual program Mon Review assembled for Its monthly .o>ta nothing.MONEY .
in Job. Why do the godly converted and came to this coup- 4 .
day night, January 9. The Rev meeting and for the monthly examination BACK GUARANTEE f II' -)
the question further and to do
ffer' ? That was try to study
William Fetter and his family of period for boys seeking Deposit II 00 wltAyour Jru' renting Job. Sorrowfully heed. work among the Latin speaking twelve children will be there to advancement and merit badges., : bo,.. of KIDANS. U>. on. box. If not
these losses? Why of For many years .nllnly .Uall' with RESULTS return i'I '
Tampa. I'
;"Why people
render a program of music and a I Life Scout Michael 'A. Dew was ithvr box to the .am. druvtflit and your I I I I
i my loved ones taken from he has been engaged In that work, highly recommended by the Court money will be refunded. Hurt KIDANS
suffer all this 1? added to the gospel message Kidney Relief today KIDANS I. auld by '
7 Why must and recently was
to appear before the main Courtof CAUI>I.NTEU'M: IHtUG STORE
lit have I done? Wby does staff of the Home Mission Board. ...Jt: I Honor In Jacksonville and ,
,, ,, J .. <; apply -
d permit this 1"I He will teach a new book edited ,:. I "The < ',,' "J >' > .t ". 1 .
called \ih' 't"
For his answer Job turneday by i :, < -:; : Troop 70 already has three Eagle
; ,
ofin Within the Cates" which deals ;( < i
from the vain reasoning ( Scouts, Eagle Scout Frank Robinson

to the revelation of God, and from actual close personal con "'. J..(" III, and Eagle Scout Arch Tremendous public accept-

seemed that God drew back the I tact and experience with the foreigners ick'I .. ., ...., Thomas, Jr., Eagle Scout Enos
American of the 1940 Chevrolet r
within our : ance ;
tarn of time and permitted His "" Hayes. Scout Hayes was honoredby
adheres ,.' ,, \
to the ana borders. Dr. Plainfield I ;: the Court of Honor in Jacksonville
tiering servant see i :
i L* to all his questions In the to a belief that If America is ,,(//1 wit ')'ytC on Thursday night of this has brought in the finest stockof

11st of Calvary and in the com good enough to come to and live I .. .., > week by having this rank placedon

King. What a glorious hope In, it is good enough to demand, .'..,,,,.>, ,,' ) 'M'{ him. This gives Troop 70 a used cars in all history.

that despairing heart when he all of one's life and allegiance I I \ 1 distinction over the Troops in the
in his book deal' 4 f
Several chapters North Florida Council Area in
Id say, "I know that my Re 1
met llvith, and that he shall with such matters as "real Americanism ,>',(!, that 1.8 of the membership of the I i

nd at the latter day upon the ." This discussion will take >' <.\ Troop are Eagle Scouts or have

th: and. in my flesh I shall place each evening at seven 0'- 9_>._" ........ ............_.-.6. their applications filed The i
and he will deliver a Mis ,
God." clock BANDMASTER "JACKY" Court of Review also advanced -
sionary-Inspirational address each Scout Billy Lee to, the rank of t 6,647,437A
has conductedover
mid all the changing scenes of with 8 years old,
evening at this time starting Star Scout. His credentials were a.d ...d5.w.
In be'ore a.
there is nothing that means 700 concerts Europe
,. ,
the night service on Sunday.In issued by the Court of HonorIn 5. .wMM d..i. r
much as to be able to say, "I crowded audiences. owls.wS lea ..r..a
addition to Dr. Plainfield Jacksonville. "
rw that God lives. It is not .
the following workers in the I Rev. Fetler was the founder of' A number of Scouts, members of "..y WI.5515..An s.p/.g' "
]nee fate that decides my
nor School of Missions will be heard: I Ii he first Protestant churches In'' his family, and friends were present "
tiny. future is not directed p
My i Miss Susan Adams, State Young the cities of Petrograd and Moscow at the Court of Honor on I
a concourse of atoms, but bye ,
1 People's Secretary under the He was converted early in Thursday evening to take part In

I Florida Baptist Convention W1IU i life and took his training In Spur. and to witness the investiture, i
*. do not fully understand I Miss Adams will lead a clinic In geon's College, London, In 1914 service conferring the rank of //p ,

r God permits the 'godly to young people's work each morn I he was arrested while preaching Eagle on the third member of ,

'sr, but He assures ua that at 9.30: and will teach Juniors ,\ and sentenced. His sentence was Troop 70 to receive this highest |I r
'e day He will make it plain In a book entitled "Patrlca ofotlmania" I commuted to exile. He came to honor given by the National t tI.

In the meantime we have theedy each afternoon at 3.15: ,I the United States and conducted Council. Eagle/ Fcout Enos Huyes. I .l

for all our Uls-our Re- and the YWA's and those of the I. there a Bible Institute for Russian Members of the Troop receiving .

mer llveth. He Is our refuge at l'' Lately he has ,
of 18-25 each evening missionaries. I I ,
ages 000--- .. ,..... _.__ ,
1 present help In time of trou- o'clock.! Miss Adams will speak! been pastor of a Baptist churchIn

We may boast of our learn- at the morning worship service on! the city of Riga; Latvia. ftV'I "IONS WH'I Toes ItiDI

., and modem scholarship may Sunday. His family of twejve children 1 .,, "OUII use cAa: .OM "OUII )

cute God's revelation, but Also will be Miss\ ElIzabeth all play musical instruments. 1I ( IOU.N' arv.otaT D41tYiM i'M'I.

re Is the cure for a troubledI present recent graduate Their program of song and music I .. wypl Yew tb.ersw ...,. .... .i,
I Hlgglnbotham. ... 1 the Sa..t 01 ..-4 "
I? You cannot find It outside of the Southern Baptist la Inspiring. The little band'senditlon i pfl. d sate'a, a.' ta.. Me ...._ \jattW j.
God's word.ad' Training School in Louisville, of the Tahnnhauser overture I .1--\ y- .. ..... -
and their singing of the 2 row rw &.:.. ..... ,
Word tells me that al- Kentucky who will teach the Sunbeams I ..."- with -..- ,

+Igh I have tinned, Christ came and all of ages 4-9 each Volga boat song U especially. c.;JI't'..,,, r,. ..._.#...... y- (:........ .ssI. sIsl..tao4. '
have twelve children I st 3 .ntr .
To ,
ave me from my sin; though afternoon at 3:15: In "World pleasing. -'c\eD\ ptope .ha a :

n in a world of temptation. He Friendship Room," and the Intermediates thus talented Is something ofa ;. .. .. ,,". ..
4t .
Lew! p.sibi. peter -
not be tempted evening at 7 o'clock miracle. 4
permit me to YourCHEVROLET ; :' ..e.-.r. wlta -17. '
Invited to hear this "" ;
'* what I am 'able to bear; In "Believers and BuildersIn Everyone -. .. -
>Igh this Is a world of trouble, Europe." All of the young unique group. ENGRAVING DEALER SpVt' ...- 5 =i;;::.==:- .

grace is sufficient. Death will people of the community are cordially I ; .... II. .. .
tch my loved ones ,from me, Invited to the various MethodistChurch TilE
t'a" r -
I I too may'' go down into the classes, which deal with missions NotesThe MONEY CAN BUY IS NOW FEATURING THE SAVE ;: ;; c 4 w m '.'

lows, but I hear Him saying, In a way that will Interest all.

am the resurrection and the Adults of the community will miss; morning service of wor- VISITING CARDS i Sant .,'

In Him I have life abun- much by not hearing Dr. Plainfield hip at the First Methodist iI I I GREATEST USED CAR

''t, everlasting life. In his lectures at 7 o'clock
Church: was conducted by the pastor
discusses the foreigner : Look for Chevrolet
is the Rev. Frank Robinson. your
tedding initiation a specialty problem and In his address each The service was held In the Worn, AND TRUCK VALUESOF

ted] engraved, or embossed. evening at eight o'clock. I I an's Club building due to the fact : dealer's used car listings in the,

xiford County Telegraph. of the cburch|I BIRTHANNOUNCEM
that the Interior ;
j Mission Hall ivas being redecorated This ENTS THE YEAR! classified pages of this paperf

NEW TRAIN SCHEDULE work of redecorating Is under I,

Northbound I And TabernacleInterest i I be direction of Mrs L. A. Davis I I I
2 Leaves'9:23 M. Stops
: A. by the
and Is being sponsored
study of Dr.ohofield'
192 Leave. 6:23: A M. Flag ,, In the "Rightly Dlvldng I i, Woman. Society of Christian|I I
108 Leaves 5:36 P. M. Flag book.
Word of Truth" is In. I Icreasing. ; Service. Mrs. W E. Middleton I 1
102 Arrives 1:50 P. M. the
In the ser-
congregation take. president. Assisting 1 CHEVROLET CO.
Southbound : Bradford County
of the refer- vice was Mrs. F. H. Long
1 Leaves 11:33 P. M. Stops' part In the reading ,
on the
discussion The ng special Telegraph I'IA Ir I
191 Leaves 10:53 p. M. Flag I' aces and the last Tuesday I''piano, and the choir singing the I STARKE FLA. '

107 Leaves 9:30: A. )L Flag hapter studied Hall was the J j I retlpon. es. The topic for the hour I _,_, -" ,
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declared that the bill would die in the Sen- Snow Scene Recalled As All Starke Shivers This 'Week Work Sheet Dead '

l t The Bradford County Telegraph ate "after remaining an obstruction in the Near At Hand ,

KHtuhllshrd: 1877 legislative channels throughout this sessionof

Congress." lie complained that it was s6Nf l Y if Farmers were again reffii

PublUtirdVekly: on Fridays and Entered as Second "unpatriotic and unfair to the nation" to 'p ,4., tt'w t Mk', '. .'p ; ', d"k': this McClane week, that by County Thursday Agent Feb';

Class. Master at the Post Office at Starke, Fill < .
; "wasteful
handle the subject j in this J A 1, Is the deadline for filing I
sheets In the 1940
fashion Agrcui|

MEMBER We have long since learned, however, Conservation Program Thli
PRESS ASSOCIATION plies, however, only to'''
that some interests in this country believe I farms that were not

j \:) firmly in the doctrine of "All's fair in love dl4M iS't k'a the 1939 program. include, '
:;'ouvcvtd ?ludm 1 All farmers
and politics" and the rest of us must stand wishing to h
E. L. Matthews ._.___......___ Editor and Owner their farms Included in the
and twiddle thumbs while they
by our program are requested to c9m
SUBSCRIPTION RAn pursue their selfish tactics.O the county agent's office ?.

1' Yearly, 91.50\ ; Six Mahths, '7 Payable: : in .Advance O February 1, since no farm cm
entered after that date
Advertising1'. Rates on.Application Would Have Been A SuccessIf <;

Tomorrow Had Ever, ComeIt Graham Trustees.

A Statement of Policy isn't very often that we resort to the esf '4t .' l
4 e ', .' iM'b'V"3 Rufus Johnson,
,rr. ; +t ? Frank
Concerning, Political Candidates' use of'poetry in our news or editorial' columns S.e.w nathy and Elijah Stilcklandi

a The Telegraph. is frequently asked whyit not from any innate aversion to "the y .a '.. elected trustees of the Grsj)

does not (figuratively speaking) tear its muse"-but simply because we have no' 1 held sub school there district recently.in an i elto'

editorial shirt in promotion of this or that trouble finding abundant material which we

Y Candida for public' office-either state or consider of greater interest and value to our I during 1916-'17, and in '

county With fifty-six columns of white readers. during the World War. !u

's'pace.at our disposal every' week, it is ap- However, just the other day a few linesof a leader in the and citrus Indulflrr
many years a member i

parently hard for some readers to under- verse caught our eye in a paper on our '..,n. ... .... ,.. ...... _> .,. .... ...... ,..- n... ... _- ... _-. ...._ .. .. .. ..- - State" board of control fa
stand why we should pass up such a golden exchange desk and the message was so vital, years.
No, It hasn't snowed in Starke recall the above scene. taken in eeen in the background at right.
opportunity to laud one man or to tear another and so well brought out that we thought it during the current cold wave, but 1899 and showing Starke's first The figure standing bravely in the "Camp Blanding includes 2';
1 one to bits. would do a world of good if more people some', 1,000 cold-weary residentsfeel and only honest-to-gosh snow fall. middle of the street is Major' A spot after developed Camp as ,Foster a trai,

However, this year-as in the pastitis could see it, and take its lines to heart. Con- that It might just as* well go This picture was taken looking Vonkirn;. the then mayor of Jacksonville, was taken over i
west from a point opposite the Starke. Those who witnessed it
not likely that the Telegraph will advocatethe sequently, without further apology, we give ahead and be done with it. Older present Woman's Club building, state that the snow remained on navy air base"

nomination of any particular candidate you the poem "Tomorrow," whose author we residents of the town, shlverlngly and the First Baptist Church is the ground for two or three days. CL. RK'8, HKPOIir

;l for local, district, or circuit office in the do not know. I Starke Report, of Kla the, December Cleric of Ihn 31,Pit 1

spring primaries. In the general election Tomorrow Duval CommissionersAid Files, of Telegraph Tribute Paid Court Florida In, on and account for Bradford of taxes(V.

next fall we expect, as usual, to support the He was going to be all that he wantedto Road 13 Undergoing StudyEarly To Gen. Blanding'A Ked C.for A.the KnIght year,Tax 1939. Collector
Bradford County, 1S39
Democratic nominees. 'be-
v; County' ProperTo
Good news for everyone Inter- Issues of the Telegraph, brief tribute to MaJor-Gener- Balance due sa.471,6K
Since embarking Tomorrow.No .
we are once more on ,
ested In the completion of Road from the 1890's to the 1920's, are i j.1 Albert H. ''Blanding, for whom Ity amount collected I ]ITo I.
the sea of politics, with the prospect' of one should be kinder or braver than 13's "missing link" came yester- being read and re-read this week I it was recently announced that'I Balance .due- dt PortelureTo 2Fln .!

x 'some exceptionally both state he- with the announcement that the National Guard Balance due f 1.30L88y
warm races, day by Bill Duncan, of the Florida' new Camp on I Amount collected: f 5
it and county, perhaps it, would be fitting to Tomorrow.A the Duval Board of County Commissioners Writers' Project Bill Is engaged Klngsley Lake will be named, was To Ilalance due _e___.. ;
will the I Contained issue of theLakeland'Ledgel' / County Hoad and Itrldnf
appropriate in research! preparatory to an exhaustive In a recent
give a statement of our'policy concerning friend who was troubled and To Balance due $4.339.60By
weary sum of $2.000 in their 1040-41 history of Florida jour- amount collected $ 1,,:
; things political. To start with, we believe he knew-who would be glad of a liftandwho budget for the purchase of right- nalism. I.r.! *" The Ledger stated: I To Ilalanc-e Counts due School.. f.enerul_ 1..':

!' that a recent editorial'' in the Tallahassee needed it, too-on him, he would call oi-way north of Baldwin. The The editorials, and news Itetns "'Florldlans ,who* are personally To llalanow due f4.339.60
By amount (collected | 1 1.I
ay Daily .Democrat summed up our creed as and see what he could do-- State Road{ Department has been of I. C. Webb"and other pioneer acquainted with 'Maj,-Gen. Albert To Balance) due -___ !,,f
asked to advance the money so Telegraph edit rs, according to H. Blanding and"others who knowof Total v N.b-Nrhoul llrnulur
: well better than could do ourselves.It Tomorrow. To Balance'due 4339.60
or we
;< that the project will not be delayed -
Bill, contain much that was Integral his excellent.record are pleased By amount collected ....'I 1 I'
P stated : "It is our conception of the newspaper Each morning he stacked up the letters further. to the development of the thnt the 'new' national guard To Balance due ._-i
TotalMnbSrhool llontim"
;\ of general circulation and appeal that he'd write- Engineers for the commission state's newspapers. Changes In camp at Kingsley lake has been To Balance.due '6.1>05.16

t it should represent all classes and divisions Tomorrow.And have indicated that the coat for news and editorial modes, adver- named In his honor. To lly amount Balance collected due _______ ,$ 3 li;r
the 100 feet of additional right-of-I tising, features and departmentsare "Now chief of the national A""rc'DI'liral""
I of society and no particular sect, class or thought of the folks he would fill way on the 3 1-2 miles north of of particular interest. The research To Balance due f 216.118
guard bureau in the !
war By amount collected $
;.faction As individuals, the members of our with delight- the Atlantic. Coast Line railroad Is also bringing to light. To Balance due --..__ .__ 1 1Widow'
the former
to the Nassau County line would useful Items pertaining to old- was Pen"l..nTu
staff may be affiliated with i various Tomorrow.It Balance due I 216.U8
not cost more than $2,000Includ- graduated from the East Florida ._
time Florida newsmen, such as lly amount collected '
churches, civic groups, clubs and fraternal was too bad, indeed, he was busy to- ing the expenses of moving the Willis Ball, Major Peabod P. C. E. seminary In 1894 and became a To Balance due _____-_-_-_ 1 1n.ad

t't orders and may vote for various candidates.As day, and hadn't the minute to stop on his negro church building, at tho intersection Merrill and others. One notice, member of the national guard a A Hrfdicr"" Food Intrrmt A 91 I li

a the of "More time I will have to of State Roads 1 and lof July 4, 1890 states: "The catering year later. He served with distinction To Balance due $3.391.60
\\f newspaper, we are organ every way. give others. By amount collected _.._
and in 13 In Baldwin and three houses for our local columns has this 'on the Mexican border To Balance due _..__._.$ 3.1!
a, group individual the community and he'd
say- north of the railroad overpass, week depended upon Master ,,,,,,, ,,,,, ,, ,,,, ., .. ,. ....
adjacent area whether Catholic Protestant Tomorrow alYlIIxpW3lWxlllIINWIIIIIIINIIIIIIIXI'' '''' '' ''/ '''''''' IIINIIIIIIIIAYIIaNMIOMINl/NllIaMIMNIIIINMxaaalt/IaIIIIpNNI' '' "' "' ' "II1NIpWIniIWIN' ''N1AlINiIIONILInINNII' '
now nearing completion. Avery Powell who is a smart
i or Jew, whether affiliate -
fraternal organization' hnd whether aligned would have been-' money Involved, 'It waa indicated' I The 'era of personal journalism AMERICAN;, LEGlbN HALL

iq 'with any political groUp.( Tomorrow. although theVe\ 'was no official' I left a full record of social and Every Saturday From. 2 To 5J'. M. -
"" pronouncement on the subject, the economic life of the time, with 3 Ballet Tap Acrobatic'' Ballroom
"UnJeswe'should be convinced that the 'The world would have known, him. .had department fi'tib agreed to'the financing news of straw rides "jollification ;j NORMA ALLSOPInstructorCANDIDATES,

jet public interest demands the election. or the: he ever seen- plitnW\ ; in the light of; dances." political Conventions and w"mammnn'Im' 'i'III'III""II'"IfI""III"111" ',' umiianmumniino"' "''' 1 ,nnin '11'11I"111111' ,,11111I11.1111.11.1111111111111I., II uu>> '.r
defeat pressure from'' -downstate counties the arrival of'new industries.
: of some, particular. candidate, we Tomorrow. I
that Road 13 be completed. The There are references to Starke'sbeginnings
would not feel justified in taking 'a stand in But, in fact, he passed on, and he faded conxtrtictlcm fcouth of Callahan'to such ail one to the

the primary campaigns. 'We would consider from view, and all" that he left here, when the Duval County line is now county's. "olSest! resident," Mr.I
such action only In the event of convincing living was through, was a mountain. of under contract. Duval Countyhas Wade Sparkman. who, came to !
had a 100-foot right-of-way
this section in 1827.
evidence that particular candidate is he
some things intended to do-
for several but the additionof
years The history will trace the development -
not fit to serve in the position he seeks or Tomorrow. 100 feet has been ordered by of the newspaper busi-

that his election would impair seriously the 0 the United States Bureau of Pub- ness In each county.

welfare or. safety of the community, county, Will A Drive Against India lic Roads.- 4 l ONLY
No steps have yet been taken as .
Coburn Dies
circuit or district. Be Russia's Next Move?
.. to the planned overpass across b

"It is our purpose, therefore, to treat The war, authorities agree, will remain the Seaboard'Air Line railway at Mrs. Sarah Jane Coburn. a resident 3
i State Road 13 in the western partof of Bradford since
all local candidates alike, to give equal news fairly quiet until spring-no one is expectedto County
Baldwin. The do include
plans not 1921 and 82 years of age died at
coverage. to all announcements, to avoid any start a major offensive campaign while an overpass for State Road her home just west oi the city

semblance, of partiality or partisanship and the European winter weather holds sway. 1 at the Seaboard crossing in Tuesday morning at 6:15: o'clock. MONTHSTO

Ek to leave the issues where they belong-in In the ,spring-it is forecast-Hitler will heart of Baldwin. January '23. after a brief Illness.

the hands of, the electorate." make his greatest bid for victory. The element ,When the commission State Road has 13 Is been completed un-- the Funeral home Wednesday services were afternoon held from at : GO!
This is, a clear statement of the policy of time, however, works with the Al- offEdaQy: assured that paving of: 2 o'clock writli the Rev Frank

'that 'the Telegraph has followed in past lies against the Reich. Those who are wise State Road 204 (Gainesville short Robinson pastor of the First
route connecting Jacksonville and Methodist Church, of Starke, of
and which will continue to followin
years, we in the military world believe that Hitler MaxvlUe) would be undertaken which Mrs. Coburn was a mem-

the future. Having no axes to grind, and must win this year-or lose. The overpass at Maxville for the ber, officiating. During the ser ANNOUNCE

'u nothing to gain 'or lose from the election ort The Russo-Finnish controversy still junction of State Roads 204 and vices a trio composed! of Mrs. A. NOW !.

defeat of any candidate, we will never stoopto holds the spotlight. It is generally conceded 13 has been ,completed for more Z. Adktns. Mrs. E. K. perryman
than a year. and A. O. Andreu sand "In The
using the influence of our editorial columns that the Red army has made a poor shoVing Sweet Bye and Bye" and one, REMEMBER: EVERYTHING COMES T 0

for purely selfish motives. We prefer, although not quite as poor as it might Thieves' Enter other number. Interment HIM WHO WAITS EXCEPT VOTES! IF

as does our Tallahassee contemporary, to appear to the non-military layman. The Filling Station lowed immediately In Crosby Lake YOU ON WAIT THE NOW, YOU'LL STILL BE WAITING -
4( leave the choice in the hands of the electorate Artic weather has aided the Finns, who White Cemetery with L. A. Davis MAY.
C. H. Naswoithy, Elmo
unless, of course, it becomes our duty to know the terrain and are masters of guer- Unknown thieves remained unap Struth. Charley Carlton and W. LET THE VOTERS KNOW YOUR INTENTION!
prehended yesterday after break-
't warn against a candidate who is totally unfit rilla warfare tactics. The Russian troops (at Ing Into the filling station and P. Smith acting as pallbearers. ANNOUNCE FORMALLY AND DEFINITELlf

for the position to which he aspires, or least in the beginning) comprised third class, tore of D. W. Moore. 5 miles:! Mrs Coburn is survived by four IN YOUR COUNTY NEWSPAPER .

to advocate the election_ one whom we are not first class divisions. Stalin apparently southeast of Starke on Road 28, daughters. Miss Amy Coburn and .
Mrs. Will Blair of Starke, Mrs. 'Hr
ak, honestly convinced is the only man In the woefully underestimated the spirit of his stealing Friday night merchandise of last week valued" and at A. DeWater of Seattle. Wash.,

field who could transact the duties of the little next-door-neighbor. 175. and Mrs. Frank Dunagan of Douglas. 1940 PRICE SCALE

office with degree of efficiency. The tbelves escaped with Kan.; by two sisters, both
1' any There is considerable speculation as to a number -
of shirts, overalls, older than Mrs. Coburn, Mrs. ALL STATE OFFICES, CONGRESSIONAL CIR-
O jumpers a
what will happen when'the Finnish affair ia radio and i Mary Parker of Wood lawn, Wash., CUIT JUDOKS. STATE SENATOR AND REFRESENTATIVK
some chewing gum. -
r Much Ado 'About Very Little; settled. A Russian drive against India They also cut the hose from one and Mrs. Amy Parker of Portland ALL COUNTY "COURT HOUSE"

Or "Bidding For The Negro Vote" would not completely surprise the experts, of the gasoline tanks and stole i Ore. Eight grandchildrenand OFFICES
..v."-.J gallons of the fuel. eight great-grandchildren also)
c Two negroes) and one white man were and if that should happen, England wouldbe survived.
$7.50 From Now Til
lynched in the South last year, in two separ- in a very tough spot, indeed. It would The daughter of a pioneer. Mrs, May 7

ate states. mean that she must divert great quantities New Directory'For Coburn was born In the state of COUNTY
Iowa. May 16. 1857, and lived In COMMISSIONERS SCHOOL BOARD
Nevertheless, the anti-lynching bill was of troops, equipment and supplies from the REA Cooperative Kansas until 1921 when she, her MEMBERS: SUPERVISOR OF REGISTRATION,

,''- one'qf the first issues to excite debate and Continent, and thus weaken her support of 'Th* annual election of officers husband, her parents all of whom BOND TRUSTEES: ETC.:-

action in the House of Representatives at France on the Western Front.' It would be of ne Clay Electric Cooperative preceded her In death. and her

:v the present session of Congress. From the necessary to put forth every effort toward Association was held at Keystone daughter, Miss Amy Coburn, mowed $d.OOFrom Now.Til May 7
Height last week. The to this county and made their .', .
followingwere T 7' .,ri iv q J ;
the Senate chamber is short the a
4 louse to only a beating Soviet-for a successful Rus-' nominated for directors: home here. .

; distance down the main corridor of the na- sian drive to the east would mean the shattering D E. Roberts, Worthington Key-McCabe Funeral Home of

tional Capitol, and there the same question of England's vital lifeline. Springs: Wayne G. Watkins, Jacksonville had charge of ar- These Prices Based on 50-Word Limit. Announcement -

will doubtless come up, and likely be thrown There is still talk of the possibility of a Florahome; W. J. Whitehurst, rangements. in Excess of SO Word Will lie Charged At
Archer H. H.
: Surrency. Phifer; Proportionate Prices.
;a out. "peace offensive" this year, with President F. W Buddington. Mlddleburg; A.

The fact is that lynching is a decadent Roosevelt, the Pope, and Mussolini takingthe P. (Sam) Bule Ocala; James H.Houser. POLITICAL No Reduction On Ads Placed At A

custom in the South. In recent years the leading roles. At the moment, the out- Keystone Heights; F. W.Doyinjr. ANNOUNCEMENTSI Later Date
law enforcement officers of Southern look for Keystone Heights.
our peace seems black, indeed-but The board reorganized January announce mjr candidacy for

N' states have adequately met the issue until change in international affairs can take 19 with H. H. Surrency Presi- Circuit Circuit Judas of Florida of the Klihth In Oroup Judicial ana,

there is no issue left. place with lightning speed. dent; F. W. Buddington. Vice- and "illicit the support of all democrat ALL POLITICAL ADVERTISING
Ic electors In the I'MO!
Congressman Coren of Oklahoma saida O ------ President; Wayne" G. Watkins, It. 1':, KNIUIITI primary: PAYABLE IN ADVANCE
Treasurer; and D !!J. Roberts, I
few days ago that the Gavagan antilynching The old hymn "Leaning on Promises"dOE.'sn't Secretary. Seven Directors were am'visor diof .Registration for the office ,,

bill is "being used as demagogery's tool apply to those made during a politi- elected. W J. Whitehurst and A. ?the trndf) ..rd County Florida subject of to Bradford County
;' 1 mislead. the Negro race in America." He cal campaign. P. Bule are new members o( he, .. .ollclt Primary your vote and and repvctfully TelegraphIr
Board Kiipport. i iJAllt I
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