Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: February 2, 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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Holding Location: University of Florida
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System ID: UF00027795:01117
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unty Races Competition For Townsend Vote Looms Voters May I Sixteen

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ginning )'! 'i RegisterStarting

Shape UpTwo MondayWainwright ,During Coldest JanuaryWas 'If'. r

It Cold, or Was I Cold? Berry Plants 't'' "

Newcomers Names .1.
Mark Twain once remarked that Harry Houston skidded his car
Enter Contests District Supervisors; everybody likes to talk about the on Ire near the school house,

AS 'Plot Thickens' Data On Primary weather, but no one seemed to do struck the curbing broke an axle.A Unhurt ;

gY; anything: about It. running stream froze over ,
Eounty candidates continued to Supervisor of Registration N D. During: the month just closed,' near Ruby Cronby's west of

ble their toes In the water I I Wainwright yesterday announcedthe old man weather ceased to be Starke. Residents of that section But Turn Red

[week, while a few took a deep I district supervisors who will merely a topic of conversationand do not remember ever seeing It I'

fcth and plunged right in, keep registration books open be- became front page news. frozen over before. I

LI ting to others on the banks An interesting contest for support of local Townsend ginning Monday. February S, until A few highlights of Bradford Mrs, W. H. Nollman started to Average Temperature ;i

oa In! The water's fine!" loomed this week between Congressman R. A. Green and his opponent Monday, March 4. Registration County's record-breaking cold: drive to Jacksonville Saturday For Month Was33,7Coldest

Lucian O. for the nomination In the May primaries-State Senator the of voters Will be carried at' on' It la believed that cattle losses morning, The car's radiator 18.9 'i'i
by following persons the In the will number froze while and
county well up even running,
Hazen, w e 11- Charley E. Johns From Washington, D. C., it was announced following places: I
I over 100. In cold weather, when she was forced to return to
known young that Congressman Green had been the endorse- The month of January 1940 will :
given personal Precinct No. 1 (Lawtey), G. W. food Is scarce, cattle "get down" Starke.
[I citizen Brooker, an-of ment of Dr. Townsend, while Senator Johns has just been elected Roberts, at his store. and are too weak to get up again. Lubrication In the clty'a fire i ever go down experienced In history as In. the Bradford coldest

flounced as a president of the Starke Townsend Club. The new officers, pictured 'Precinct No. 2 (N. Starke), The result Is starvation unless siren became so heavy that, only ai County. ,

I candidate for above, are! Georgia Haynes, secretary; Senator Johns, Mrs. C. A. FutcJv at Ststmnk's their owner finds' them first. faint murmur came from It when' With :
the official record
sari; -4' [tax assessor president; and A. A. Durden, vice-president. store Numerous Instances of hogs Marshal A. L. Alvarez attempted a total of sixteen freezes showIng -,

r I of Bradford Precinct No. 3 (S. Starke)), Mrs.J. being "mawhed" were reported. I to signal at 12 o'clock Saturday. the 31-day period, the fore-during
'r Pigs huddle In Local sold out of anti- ,
together freezing: garages
W. her
He Morgan, at store.
o u n t y. cast yesterday
weather, and It Is often Just too treeze. Wood dealers and fuel was "cloudy and
(was born and 'It Wasn't In The Cards'This Precinct No. 4 (Graham), C. B. bad for the underhog. oil distributors enjoyed the best warmer" although the mercury t
I reared in this Roberts, at his store. again fell to 30.2 early Thursday
Merchants reported business at business In history.
(county; e d u- Precinct No. 5 (Hampton), L. T. I I morning-the first day of Febru
Dream Of 50 a standstill as shoppers huddled More than 200 calls came to the
I cated in the YearsI
.x I public schools I Johns at B. Y. Saxon store around the fireside rather than city water department and 'to- ary.

I Precinct No. 6 (Theressa), Mrs around the bargain counter. local plumbers from residences Average temperature for the'
and at the He planned a pleasant winter warm even after a half century. J. P. Dickerson, at postofflce. Turpentine men experienced a with "bunted" water pipes. Re- month was 33.7-only slightly
I University of I amid the scenes and among the He spent hours In animated conversation I above the freezing of 32. { t
Precinct No. 7 (New River), neat little loss as the result of cup pairmen worked day and night, point
Florida. H
e people he had known in early with Mrs S E. Brown- Lowest mark
Mrs. Floyd Wiggins, at postofflce. breakage caused by frozen gum. including Sunday, The city was reached Saturday
.0. HAZEN taught school, manhood. But something far different lee J. M. Alvarez, Jeff Underhill The hot air heating system In pumped twice its usual amount of January 27, when the
two years and was written in the stars for and a few of the other I fell to
I I pioneerswho the county courthouse proved inadequate water In order to lake care of the mercury 18.9.
also had business experiencethis Leon Miner, and today he is lived here In the days when Precinct No. Brooker,( ), G. B. and officials leakage. As recorded on the official goy I
[ county. "I feel that, I am I II 1 for life in Palutka Starke Colson, at his store. county
struggling a was He ernment
young. expressed transacted their duties wrappedin Telephone linen wi>ie snappedat thermometer at F. F.
111 I qualified to carry 'on the I I:'hospital instead of enjoying the disappointment that HO few of the After March 4 the books will topcoats and mufflers Ernest the Highland fire tower look- Flume's farm just east of town '

ties, of the office I seek," Mr. I,I I companionship of friends he left I landmarks familiar to him as a be returned to the, courthouse Byrd, courthouse janitor for many the low readings for the month )

zen said In making his an- behind when he said goodbye to boy still remained, and was un-| here where they will remain open years, reported ."carrylnn In" more out.A, Itronke, Chan. Crutchfleld, were:

funcement this week. Staike exactly fifty- years ago I able to discover anything recognizable -' tin Mr. Wai nwrlghfs office'- wood than he has ever done in James llornsby, John Uglow, and Jan 1--37.1 Jan, 1ft- 27.3

I He was a young man of twenty at the site of his father's through Saturday, April 20. any previous winter. I W W Coleman (whose collective Jan. 2--29,9 Jan. 17 -26,0 .;

j then; a son of William H. and old homo place, near J, M. Brownlee's The following data concerningthe .Mull trains ran four and five ages would probably run somewhere Jan. 3--276 Jan. 1R -30.9

Sarah Ann Miner, and a nephew east of town. 1040", primaries will be of Interest hours late, and arrived here cov- In the neighborhood of 400 Jan. 4-26.9 Jan. 19- -429

of U. D. Miner, well-known jeweler I Evidence of Starke's to voters here: ered with snow and ice. One yearn) were comparing notes In Jan. 6-IS.2 Jan. 20- -22.2

of an earlier era. In those during the half century was given I Date of First Primary. May 7. large lump of snow lay near theS. front of the posloffice Monday Jan. 6-37.7 Jan. 21 -23: ,S ,f

days he worked In his uncle's when Mr. Miner inquired Date of Second Primary, May 28. A. L. Railway station from morning. All agreed that It had Jan 7--41.9 Jan. 22. -23: 5

K shop, helping to repair watches Ing the location of the o'd! U. D. Polls open at '8 a, m., close at Thursday until Tuesday without been the longest, hardest cold spell Jan. 8-41.3 Jan. 23. -38.1
? ,and seUlngJrpoches: ;! and earrings Miner place (the Church Street sundown. melting. ever experienced In thin county. Jan. 9-28.9 Jan. 21- -32.3 ftif
nineties"era. property now occupied 1 by the Jan. 10-325 Jan. 25-20.7
to the belles of,the "gay
Payment of poll tax Is not a1
home of T. Frank Landrum). He Jan. 11-40.8 Jan. 28--24
He was a spirited young
referred to It as "out in prerequisite,to voting. .
fellow-a charter member of the being Three AnnouncementsOf Jan 12-00.1 Jan 27-- 189
I' National Guard Company here, the woods east of town." Oath and filing fee of candidatesfor Jan. J3-58,2 Jan., 28 19.1
Pleasant as were those first two county office must be filed
Jan. 14-54.5 Jan. 29-21.1
and went with this unit once in :
I the early days when It was calledto' weeks In Florida, they were soon with the clerk, of the circuit court Interest Here Jan. 15-389 Jan. 30-38.1
to end. for' Mr. Miner was stricken not .less vthant45'days before the Jan, 31-29.0 '
put help quell a race' riot In 1 I
with the.dread disease, leukemia First Primary,:midnight March 22
Jacksonville just before Christmas. Physicians Is the deadline. Three announcements, ,holding Crop damage In this county Is
After leaving Starke, Mr. Miner describe ithls malady as special interest for' residents of estimated to be very small. Som j ,
wandered far away and eventually cabbage. will be a loss, but the t
the process whereby the white Bradford County were mnde this!
settled in Camas Hot Springs, corpuscles In the blood multiplyand [ Young Democrats week, acreage ,was small no .the damage
Montana. He stayed In the jewelry the red ones diminish, causingthe will not amount to much In dollars
business for n while but A native lion Dr. Olen B. Hazen and cents.Strawberry .
blood to become thin and
I eventually turned to the barber colorless. I I ; of West Palm Beach slated that plants are dcmrlbedus

w, duo H trade as a means of livelihood I II Apparently the picture of health Plan BarbecueAnnual he would be a candidate for the "looking mighty rolf," but

| For many years Mr. Miner felt when he arrived here early In December Democratic nomination fur United there ha been no permanent r

IN. D. WAINWRIttHT, JR. ,, e. longing to return to Starke and Mr! Miner U now in n I I Event To He States Senator harm, and If warm weather nets
the scenes of his earf, manhood." critical condition and was curried Held He was born on a furm near In soon It Is!! possible that the
N D, Wainwright, Jr.? Prom-' Wearying of the hard Montana to Palatka on Tuesday Frequent I j I February 15 Brooker In this county and later bushes. might put on a crop In

bent young insurance man of winters, he packed up early In blood transfusions! have been given -i i At Crystal LakeThe. ''woiked as a cowboy In Louisiana Y ) the next five weeks. This would

tarke, stated yesterday that he I December and headed for the 1 to him In an effort to revive i JHo taught" In the rural schools of Ie jilaco the opening of the shipping

ill likely be a candidate for the State that still occupied a warm hU strength, but little hope is Young Democratic Club of i Florida, North Carolina and A 4e season here at around, March 10.

Vflce of tax collector of Bradrd -' spot In hay heart-even after fifty I held out by doctors for his com- Bradford County will hold its an- I Georgia for five years nnd .since There Is no reason why the nea-I ''

County in the May pri- years He and his wife (who plete recovery.The nual fish barbecue at Noon Wainwright's graduating from medical school son should not be a success' ,

kailesMr.!: Walnwrlgh is well-:|(never been to Florida before) arrived ending on a note of pathos, place on Crystal Lake has engaged In the general prac- growers and shippers nay.

own In this section;' being al here on the sixth. of the lx the story of a 50-year-old dream I I the night of Thursday, February tice of medicine In this state If It will be n short season with
15: It was announced ,
Ifelong resident of Bradford month and rented an apartmentfrom and Its shattering, just short of yesterday Dr. Hazen represented Palm NUR all fruit coming together, In
rmnty, and prominently Identified Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Bennett. fulfillment. The sympathy and I by T. Frank Landrum, presidentof Beach county In the 1935 Legislature marked contrast to 1939 which '

|uh its civic and political actlv- They planned to do light housekeeping good wishes of all Starke are with the organization. and served on the Pahokee was one of the longest shipping

liea. He has the distinction of and Mr. Miner hoped to Mr. Miner, and everyone who These Young Democratic affairs town council in 193233. He stat seasons! on record. Last year ',

flng the youngest World War find "a little work" to help occupy reads this story will undoubtedly have become so popular that they I" ed that his platform will be made Biownlee Bros., loaded their first. '

teran In the county and has hID time while enjoying the winter hope that he recovers and !Is yet are now an established Institution public later.Another OI.EN JIAKKN truck on January 27 and the last,
ken very active In the Amel'lcan')I here. able to realize his ambition to in Bradford County and It Is. expected -I aspirant for the senate on May 10-a period of 'almost p

iglon organization here. He Is>1 lie spent two happy weeks renewing spend a happy winter In our that a bigger crowd than Is the well-known Jerry W. Curter lour months of more or less continuous ''

HO a charter member of the t! friendships that were still midst. ever will turn out on the 15th, present member of the State shipping "Scrapping"
arks Rotary Club and has I! 1 because of the Interest in the ap-| Railroad CommlHSlon, who announced began long before (that, and some 1
rved three terms as president of', preaching primary campaigns. I this week that he has 4f5 growers had already realized

|>e Bradford" County Young, Cone Extends First Bad Fire "If you have never attended a'', definitely made up his mind to enough to pay their fertilizer

cmocratlc Club. He la: a former i iI'y Tag Time Again I Of The WinterThe Young Democratic fish barbecue,)I enter the race. He hay been I bills by tills time last year.

councilman. II I just: ask the man who has" Mr. prominent In Democratic! Party I By this. time lust year aipund +,
% ,
M. O Han'ell, another young I! A second 15-day extension of first serious fire of the ,I Land i'urn statn'I yesterday In announcing political circles for a quarter of ff 2,411 crates'jot beiri<>8 had been

[an of the Brooker section, an-. the time for purchasing 1940 winter In Starke occurred about : the event, "Anyone who r I a century and his name and face ( shipped, bunging ah, estimated re-

'unced as candidate for county;"automobile licence plates was ten o'clock Thursday morning, has. ever ben along will tell you: are both very familiar In. Brad .Y? I i tarn to growers of $7,233.: S
mrnh,loner from District Five,|I granted Floridians this week by when a roof blaze whipped by a i that thpy are among the most en-j fOld County

bmprlslog! the voting precinct ofj j Governor Fred P. Cone. bi'Isk wind threatened a house on 'l Movable events of the year" I I The e two new entrants bring I Final Discount'
rooker and New River. He Madison Street-the property of, Tickets will be placed on saleImmediately I
said he the total number seeking the
The chief executive I
fated, "if elected. I promise to moved back the deadline because Congressman R. A, Green. j'I and can b$ obtained I I Senatorial post to six. Others On City Taxes

Vrve the people to the best of: of financial losses suffered by The house was occupied by Mrs., from Mr. Landrum, Noon Waln i are: Senator Chan O Andrews,
py ability." I wrIght, or E. L. Matthews I I I February Is the last month In
citrus growers and other as a result -l W. H. Green the Congressman's'' f the Incumbent; Governor Fred P. which a discount will be allow. '
J. L. Wynn, well-known resident Cone Charles Frances Coe, attorney ,
of the freeze.: I
mother and Mr. and Mrs. ed '
on 1939
payment city
the South Staike Mrs. Parker Dies w r ,
precinct and author and Ilortense
Under Florida law It in the last, Rudolph Andrews Only Mrs I II ; City Clerk Carl Johns stated Wed
fated that he has qualified as a and I I K. Wells Democratic Party com-
) extension that can be Mrs Willie Thrower Parker 37 nesday. Taxes paid during Feb-
indldate for county comrols- Green was at home at the time. I mltteewoman. r ,
Florida motorists operating cars wife of William S. Parker, well i ruary will receive a one percent
oner from
District Three. The fire evidently started froma iI '
J. G. of the
Official without a 1940 plate after Febru- known local sign painter, died at I Cary member discount 1939 taxes are delin-
announcements placedthe i
Telegraph this week In- ary 15: will be subject to arrest. spark falling on a dry shingle their home southeast of the city : Duval County Board of Commissioners quent after April 1.

uded those of the following In- : Tag department collections so roof near the living room chimney. limits Wednesday morning at 9.45: : announced as a candidate JEnny The Clerk also stated that 'occupational
W. CARTERgyrt ;
Vmbents: A. J. Thomas, clerk ofe far total $2.534.233: and officials Although small when. first discovered after a serious Illness of more for Representative to Congress licenses were past due t
raid the sum was about the same than 8 months after October 1, 1939 and that
circuit court: A. O. Andreu, the wind and dry shingles from this district, assuring a hot '
cliff; and E. K. Perryman. as on the corresponding date last 'made a combination that soon had Funeral net-vices were held for I for many business, houses In town
three-cornered race the nomination
only Judee.onstrllctlng. year. Mrs. Parker yesterday afternoon' still have not paid these licenses
the entire roof ablaze be-
Tax Collector-tag agent C. A. almost from the DeWItt C. Jones Chapelat on May 7. bongresxman and are continuing operation, and ,'
Sized Knight stated that tag sales are for the fire truck arrived. 3 o'clock with Rev. Frank Rob- Lex Green of Starke, the Incum- such operation, the Clerk said

\ slow due to the time extensionand The Interior of the house was inson, Pastor of the First Metho- bent, and State Senator Charley subjects the owner to a fine In addition
[ Construction Is now In progressa that sales so far are far behind i badly damaged by water and the dist Church of Starke officiating. 1':. Johns also o{ Starke had previously < xt" to the cost of the license ;

hamper shed at the State sales for the corresponding i roof was almost completely des- Interment In Crosby Lake Cemetery announced. zE when legal action Is begun.No .

annen' Market here. The period. last year. So far 412 pri-J troyed. All articles of furniture''' followed: the services immediately Ii I-,I Mr. Cary has a long; career of additional arrests have been r
fructure will be 20x60. and IsIng vats car_ 127 truck and 15: trailer and members of the JonenI -, public service behind him and Is made for Sunday operation of a
: .. and were removed and '
built at the east end of the tags, 554 I In all have been sold.t clothing ,I I Langford-White post of the'!,! laid to be held In high esteem In business In violation to the recent -
the to building was '
j damage
arket driveway, on the southde he said.Steak. j partly covered by Insurance. I American Legion acted as pallbearers -'' Jacksonville. I ordinance prohibiting same
of the platform. Manager J. i Mr. Parker Is a veteran'I' as all merchants are now said to

Gentry stated that the shed Supper Tonight I The rarity of fire this winter.j i,|lot the World War. Plans To Build be cooperating In the movement.
Mil probably be completed by the I > in spite of the prolonged cold.|i Mrs Parker I I. survived by her 1

Piter part of next week. Management of the B. H. S. has been a general topic of conversation husband and by three sons William -I I I M C. Sweeney, whose home In I Sells Farm Home
cafeteria Is sponsoring a steak, around town of late. It Donald J. C., and Edward ; Hampton was recently destroyed

Recorded Births supper tonight (Friday) from+'i is believed that the replacing of Parker and by two daughters i by fire, has purchased two lots J. O Boyd announced last week

5:3O: to 8 o'clock. It will be held many old-fa hloced shingle roofs Ethel: and Isabelle Parker all of,, from F. A Scott Just runt of the that he had sold hU place a short
Mr and Mrs. Obert L. Brown. In the school!' cafeteria here. Proceeds '''with metal or asbestos has been Starke. She was born April 12. '' pew Paul Canova home. He planK distance( northeast of StarUe to J.
will into a large factor In cutting down the 1902 la West and I build brick C Davis of Cross farm
tarke, girl. January 28. from the event go 1 Monroe La., to a bungalow as I City. The
Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Libby, a fund that Is used for free meals, number of blazes. was the daughter of Jackson and noon as the necessary arrangements L. Includes a bungalow house and

(tarke, boy. January 24. for needy and undernourished ;|, Whatever the reason, Thurs I Mamie Fleming. The Parker,j can be completed. Mr eleven acres of land, Mr, Boyd =
Mr. and Mrs. Henry H. Howard, children. The cafeteria Is also In day's 'was the first fire to do extensive moved here three years ago from I, Sweeney Is a signal maintainerwith !! I ;stated that his plans for the future ,

Larks boy, January 26. I need of new dishes. i I I damage here this winter. Pensacola. 1 I.I' IO I the S. A. L. Ry Co. J. (.*. GAILY I are unsettled. 'a',



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HAMPTON was unbelievable until they really Quarter (N'FJ1j; of the Northwest tlon :36 Tp. 4 S. H. S3 E.
Quarter (NW%), and the Southeast more or leno. 10 iertyuder
By Mills Ada Nimmo saw It with their own eyes. This Quarter (SB'4) of the Northwest ... of
is quite unusual In this part of Quarter (NWV4) and the the said the "I"
Nation's Flue Chart Climbing Miss Ilena Cadwell of Jackson the country. West Half (Wu.) of the Northwest sued was In the name c"rtJfh uf Mrs.8 t
Quarter (NVVVt) of Section U. Neff .
e ville is visiting friends and relatives Mrs. J. C. Jones was visitingMr Two (2), Township, Five (6)) Unless said rertlflcat. ,, I
South, Range Twenty-two (12)East redeemed ".
here this week. according to 'I
and Mrs. Roy Edwards In law.
containing Two Hundredand property l....rrth.
nl th .' f
Cases May Be Mild But Doctors Warn Of Complications The Rev and C. A. Warren attended Baldwin last Thursday. Eighty (280) acres: also Hold to the highest "hIJl''i.,-at'It'!
The North Halt and the court nouns door '
church services at Melrose (N%) on the
--------- Miss Effie: Crawford of Boot. West Half (WVi) of the Southwest day in the month of Pebruf16th.
I last Sunday. sey's Beach spent last Thursday Quarter ( \ and the which .is the ., day of j FOb I

By Alexander It. George How To Cure FluIf of the danger of complications Our own has not suffered as night here with Miss Gertrude Southeast Southwest Quarter Quarter(810y(SWU) of) and the A.Dated D. 1940.this. 10th. day >i

t such as pneumonia and strepto much from, the cold as some surrounding Gaskins. the Southeast: Quarter (SBVi j ), except A. D. 1940 Jan
The "G-men" who helped guard a doctor Is not available, the Sixteen' (16) acres In the OFFICIAL SEAL) A J,
towns. The ]land is Tho
cocclc infections. Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Ward and Clerk of Circuit
the nation's health are watching a South Half (R%) (Railway Right- Court of
chart Public Health Service suggests Medical science has found no high and dry, which kept the hard Henry Howard of near Starke nt-way) of Section Three (S) County Florida. l-t'i'7'i Bradl'
sharply climbing curve on a "
the following precautions as a surfaced roads from freezing.The Township Five (5) South Range -
at headquarters on the Public remedy preventive for were visiting Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Twenty-two (22) East, containing
t basis for home treatment of a specific or NOTIt'B OF
oaks protected the shrubs to Five Hundred PMCAT10\\
DavIs hero afternoon.Mr. and Eighty-four ,
Health Service In Washington.It flu patient: Influenza: and Its first cousin, the a certain extent. (584) acre, TAX DEEDNOTICE

tells them that Public Enemy 1. Go to bed at the first signof common cold. and Mrs. Lamar Patrickof ] to the best and highest bidder at .t.IH 11EREHy81j

h Flue Is on the loose-that illness and stay there for several The Rev. and Mrs. C. A. War Jacksonville spent the week the South Door of the Court HouseIn That W. H. Edwards, Jr.. hold.Oil
this winter's wave of the mysterious Hard To DiagnoseFlu ren attended the W. M. U., meet- end here with her parents, Mr. the City of Starke Bradford Tax Certificate No. 108 \'MMU"i d
after fever Is !
days ;your gone County Florida during the legal 2nd., day of August, A. f>,
p1 Is Ing at Starke last Monday. and Mrs. W. D. Davis.D. hours of 1937
chill-fever-ache malady since relapse la frequent. Is faker. Even sale on Monday the 12th Tax Certificate No. 157 lasub
a suave physicians
Mrs. Ira Brown of Gainesville day of February. A. D., 1940. upon 2nd. day of August, A. D.
t four times bigger than the aver F. Johnson of Jacksonville 1 li 37
2. Drink water ona .
freely, stay the
cannot always diagnose Individual following terms and conditions, filed name In my office nod'made .
her mother
spent the week-end with
spent a few days here this week to-wIt: One-third cash
liquid diet during the first few Influenza: or grippeIn payment application for a lax
cases. den
t' age.New cases of Influenza reportedfor Mrs. W. p, Blrt. with Mr. and Mrs. J C. Jones. the balance to be paid on or before be Issued thereon. j
and on soft food about
days go Its early stages frequently be- three yearn after date with
week of 1940 numbered The G. S. & F. and S. A. L. Mrs. J. L. Gaskins and Said certificate embrace
the first the fourth day. Then gradually from cold. son not leas than one-third of said deterred tht''
ing Indistinguishable a lowing described
some 10,000 as comparedwith I trains came In under a mantle of Lacy and daughter, Gertrude, and payment maturing each of property In
i County Bradford
return to normal diet. Tp many people the only differ year and all of said deferred payments Mate" of rl
snow the week-end that Ida to-wit
during :
a five-year median for the ; 3. Do not use cathartics; enemas ence Is one of severity.Various Miss Effle Crawford attended the to bear Interest at the rate lay of SWH of BEVi ,J
corresponding week of 2,423 cases. are better than laxatives. made the weather appear colder Amateur Hour Program put on by of six per cent. (6 p.c.) per annum, S 9.R.: 22 E., containing Rec.20!

For more than a month cases I 4. Do not suppress coughs, but' medicines vaccines and, serums alcoholic pre- than it really was. the Presbyterian Church at the said deferred by a purchase payment money to be mortgage secured -- certificate more or lees No., embraced 108.Eo under s I

have been Increasing at an accelerated place all naaal and bronchial secretions pared even Bert HInson was a business Woman's Club In Starke Thursday upon the premises: Said sale /,. of 8W>4 of &

} pace. I In disposable tissues beverages have been urged as! visitor to Jacksonville this week.. night of last week.IIV will be by made the subject Court and to confirmation the cash SK14 of HEH gx. 1 SFJ1.1 In SE R
influenza preventives. The Public 8Ic'y of 8BV4 W of Ry., Sec 11
5. You take warm bath payment must be paid Into the R. 22 1'..
a at 3(1
Peak Come Later may Health Service says there is no CIRCUIT COURT, 171 AID FOR registry of the Court prior to laid 5'8t less containing ( \
the onset of attack to relieve back, evidence that any of them may HEILBRONN IHlADFOtin (COUNTY FLORIDAIN confirmation. Certificate more or No.' embraced 167. und,Ti_*

Public health officials say thereIs head and limb pains but a warm off the Infection and By Mrs. L. Gaaklns CHANCKIIY C. A. KNfOHT, The assessment of the said
ward some Mae Roberta,
no cause yet for national bed and warm drink afterwardare Myrtle Plaintiff W. H. EDWARDS, JR., erty under the said certlfuaif?
may definitely be harmful. Berry Plants Look Red L. H. HILL, 108 was In the name of D u. ,
alarm. In the 1932-1933 epidemic essential. Excessive: sweating v 3t to 1.26 Commissioner Ivan, and the assessment I.
Man is! the carrier of Influenza. Despite the unusual cold weather L. T Roberta, said poperty under the safe of
73,000 new cases were reportedIn Is dangerous. Defendant ,
So the fact that infected persons we have been having here all floats No. 157 was In the .
the first week of 1933 and In 6. Do not use medicines unless IN TUB NAME OF THE STATE NOTICE OF APPLU'ATIOFOR: Unknown. I
I remain for a time In contact with through the month of January OF FLORIDA:
the 1929 outbreak 200,000 cases In prescribed by a physician.Good To: L. T. Robert, residence unknown TAX DEED Unless said certificates shad l,|
the corresponding week. nursing and real in bed the public plays a large part In farmers are all In "high spirits"and NOTICE$* Mill HEREBY No. 111.1)GIVEN1 redeemed described according law, T

They point out, however, that are the best methods of stavingoff flu's rapid and widespread distribution good hopes. Most of them You to are the hereby Bill of required Complaint to-ap filed That. J. F. Orlfls, holder of part of Hold property to the highest therein bidder will tl I

i "the situation calls for close complications.. Patients gen In epidemics. believe there will be a bumper herein against you on or before Tax Certificates No. 90, issued the court house door on the firm 111
day of August A. D. 1921, day In the month of Vcbnufl
r watching" since the peak of flue erally should be isolated; old people Persons who try to keep on crop of strawberries. Although A.Monday I). 1940.It the. 5th day4 of February has filed same In my of rico and has 1940. which U the 6th., day of ft

a prevalence does not come usually especially should be guarded their feet and "stick It out" contribute the plants look red at present, it la further ordered that thin made application for a tax: deed to ruary; A. D. 1940. I
be issued thereon. Said certificate Dated this 10th., of
until the mid-February to mid. against all possible sources of in the greatest number to the Is believed a few weeks! of warm order be published In the Bradford embraces the following described A. D. 1940.OFFICIAL. day Junu.y'

z :March period. fection. death rolls because they are walking sunshine will make them look County published Telegraph In Maid County, a newspaper once each property In the County of Bradford ( SEAL) A. J. Tlio,
again and It would only week for State of Florida to-wlt: Clerk of Circuit Court of Rrad
four consecutive weeks.
of infection and green
Most believed to be storehouses
cases are WITNESS hand and officialseal S'/ of SE'/ and SVi: of SW>4 Sec- County Florida 1.12 41:
comparatively mild but health authorities should be regarded as ;potentially frequently succumb due to unwarranted take a short time then before I l this 8th day my of January A. 13.

warn that all cases serious. That Is malnl/ becauseII' exertion. they would be loaded with bloom 1940.
and young fruit. (OFFICIAL: SKAL.) A.. J. Thomas' .
Clerk of Circuit Court. 1-12 4t 2-3 CAN YOU STOP
It is said by most farmers that BRAKES

Complete Report Of Hookworm InfestationIn PINE LEVELBy plenty of hard freezes help to kill < OTJ('.: OF CUE When You Have To?
All Schools Made By Nurse Mrs. II. M. McRae out the Insects that usually devour under and by virtue of a Decree of
: County
the'young berries and bloom, sale heretofore entered In the above Faulty. brakes are: a: Menace t tug
Mr, and Mrs. Eston Brown, entitled cause, we, the undersigned
r Mrs. Mabel G. Lewis, County Found In secum, and they are usually Ruddy Oliver and Mr. and Mrs.J. and if this be true surely most of Commissioners, will offer fo save other motorists and pedestrians?

made I 4 to 5 in number This is them are frozen out this time and sell at Public Outcry the premises With the road patrol now I
h; School Nurse, this week C. Sapp and son, Bobble, all of described as follows to-wit: on

i public the results of a general I an unusual parasite and very littleIs Sampson City were dinner guests with temperature running as lowas The Northeast Quarter (NE'4)) of duty, you should exercise extreme -!
known of it.Eradication sixteen degrees. The old folks the Northenut Quarter (NEVi), except !
survey! of the Bradford County of Mr, and Mrs. J I.. Underhill Lots Two Three caution while driving.!:
this is< (2) (3) and
pay the longest! freeze that
Schools showing the percentage!I of these parasites Sunday.Mr. Four (4) Went of Hallway and How can you protect the Jive-l
Df worm Infestation. :i i they had ever experienced. They the Southeast Quarter (SKV4;:: of
I vies. and Mrs. T N. Normanand Bay that they have sven jt as cold the Northeast Quarter (Nh/i> and of pedestrians if your brake!
The nurse's states: A few the West Halt WU ) of the North
1 Miss Dorthea Norman of ( > in !
here before but It only lasted for east' Quarter (NEanl the are not perfect condition?
;years ago worm Infestation was tho soil around homes, and wearIng Gum Branch were visiting: Mr three days. 'Ice remained un- Northwest Quarter/ (NW%) of I, Let IIH test jourbrukeH Don't put off testing them an;I
rot fully realized.: Medical research shoes. itortlnn. One (I), Township. Five
and Mrs. II. M. McRae Sunday melted here for sometime. Pumps on our dynamic
longer-drive in today and]
has that South. Range Twenty-two ((22)
proved parasite The conditions have become so afternoon. were all frozen up; water Insideof East containing Three Hundredand brake teatlngiiuelilne make
worms cause severe and fatal disorders eerloua that the State Board of Five (305) acres: also !I Free sure they are safe.Conway's .
While Leon Connor( and Lester I buildings frozen: ; all ditches! -
The one that Is most 1 Health Is devoting; effort to The Rant. Half. (EV4> of the Northeast -
_Crosby_ were crossing__the bridge 'were frozen: over and many of the Quarter (NK'/i' ) and the''
4 commonly known among our stamp Itout.They over Crosby Creek Sunday they treams were frozen: over on top Southwest Quarter (SW14)) of the Service Station
i children and grown ups as well, Is: for Northeast Quarter (NE%) and tne''!
furnish containers
beautiful and underneath sheet of
saw a sight. The water, a Ice Hast
(EI ) the Northwest
HOOKWORM In stomach i
present specimens, examine the specimenand nearly three feet deep was running ,water continued to flow. Several Quarter (N\Vl4) of the & Garage
x, and Intestines. It Is a small Northeast Quarter (NEVi) and theW..t ),
furnish the treatment. The pretty swift under a surfaceof I of the old citizens: say that it
lIalfVI of the I
thread-like worm about 1-4 to 1-2 /!,) Northeast
school board also furnishes the Ice two Inches thick. B. M.

Inches long entering the body nurse to get specimens and mair McRae walked across! the road
through the skin of the bare feet
e the to the State Boardof
specimens ditch Saturday morning on the
thus causing ground Itch. EnterIng Health, and she sees that the ice while crossing Road 28 with
the blood stream It is carriedto
children get the treatment for out breaking the surface '
the lungs where they are
Hookworm.The Mrs. Alice Oliver has returned -- --
coughed Into the and
; up pharynx, -----
,: swallowed, thus reaching; the gasp treatment for other worms home after upending several _. -==:::::::-----
has to be the = .::::::-= = -
tro-lntestlnal track.SYMPTOMS provided by parent. weeks at Cocoa and Plant City. ; -'-

The cost In lost time to the children Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Lewis of 7

: lack of energy, who are effected by any of Rising were recent visitors of Mr. : -
laziness, retarded growth and development
of malnutrition and the above worms is very high. and Mrs. H. M. McRae ;; .

Alvarez of Brooker :'- 7'-----
Forlngo spent
especially a severe anemia, because T-
Tourists Shiver Saturday nlRht with his parents i
y these parasites! consume the ; C _
Mr. and Mrs. Brttton Alvarez. re 2 = __=_=- -e-
I, red blood as soon aa! It is made. Miami Blushes _
Mr and Mrs. Clifford Drowning -,,- ---- ---- ,
Following are the results! of --
-- ---
w the survey of Bradford County During Cold Wave and Mrs.' Mildred Dyal all of -
---- -
Schools: / Sampson City spent Sunday with

+ The "big freeze: of 1940" which Mr, and MI's. V. A. Browning. ==
1 Graham-
Posllve60 1.4' took death toll of around 400
We the illness 1
1 RisingPositive 86 ure sorry to report -
-- %
lives throughout the United Stales,
of Misses and Vert-
New Ulver- Maggie
Brooker- brought embarrassment and great lee Starling, who are confined to
Positive---67 1-2%
discomfort to Miami and other
their bed with flu. We
Hampton Punitive-61% tourist centers of Florida.On hope
Starke I they will soon be well again.
High- Positive-38%

Starke Prim, -Positive--60% the lower East Coast thou- Mrs. T. II. Hodges and son, to CLDV D ?
t' cands of youngsters saw their first
Heilbronn--Positive-75! % Frank Davis, and Owen McRae
and formed Ice. a
Fv VanderbiltPositive% Icicles naturally visited the State Farm Sunday. tli
It wasn't thick enough to skateon
Luwtey Positive--52 sIn We are glad to report that R.
but there It was. Moisture
the examination for hookworms R. Crosby Is able to be up again
from a spray froze to strings In
-k we have found other parasites and his many friends will be gladto wish could sit down
the flcec
one garden of' sweet peas and you on ; J.'EUFOIUIAI\'CE-The only V-8 engine in the
Namely: see him able to be out soon. EVER
e, formed Icicles three feet long of a while cloud and float away ? low price field. CONJ"ENIE.CE-Perfected Flii-
ASCARIS. They may grow to R. M. Crosby! and daughter,
length of 15 Inches They live Coils In a number of solar Dorothy, and Miss| Doris Strick Well, try the next best thing-the smooth, quiet, ger-Tip Cearshif steering! post...Individually

;,r principally In I the small Intestines water heaters froze: and burst t.ol land attended church at Starke luxurious," softness of the Sensational GLIDEcontrolled ventilation. SAl'"ITY-Cl: : powerful
These units use the sun's rays ,
,f"" and have been known lo penetrate heat water to the steaming pOint Monday evening. RID K: achieved in the new Ford V-8 for 1910. "soft" hydraulic brakes. Sealed-Beam Headlamps. -
the walls! of the Intestines,i
Those that didn't burst went to Arthur McRae made a business ttCA UTY? The
there the larve enters the bloodstream I trip to Jacksonville Saturday Everywhere people) are getting excited ahout the style leader in the low
work when the sun rose and created
and are, carried to varl0us GLIDE-RIDE. Here's! why. Self-sealing double- price field. Luxurious new interiors and instrument -
hot water despite the cold Mr. and Mrs. B. M. McRae and

organ, liver, heart, and lungs. weather.Tropical. children visited relatives In the acting shock absorbers Improved Spring Sus panels. Sll.EJVCE-lmproved soundproofing

I These causing symptoms I nflamat ore very Ion of distressing these 1 fish In bacK yard pools ;; Cum Brunch" unction Sunday peueion'.Ncw torsion bar Kidc-atahilizcr { Curved disc wheels. ECONOMY:

organs. A long condition resemb- died by the hundreds. Even tropical .T, R. Hall and H, M. McRae 123" ri
ling labor pneumonia may result I colors ocean of the fish rainbow flashing but all dead the of villeSaturday made a business afternoon trip to Jackson scat cushions, produce riding comfort you never Ford cars are built to give goal service and long

SYMPTOMS: nervousness, nose I the cold. washed up along the dreamed possible! the lowpricc field.No dipping service at low cost. 1910 models represent a far
nesH, Irritability, nausea, vomitIng Mrs. O, E. Crosby cf) New River'

loss of weight, pale complex- Florida Miami Keys.schools and Miss Beverly Cndy of Kings- or bobbing. Smooth, even starts-an effortless( better buy than ever before. Surprisingly liberal
were only
Ion. Anemia often becomes so'' one full day last week. open On two, Icy Lake were visiting Mrs. II. M. t g1ilingler"laliol\olllherotul-fO'nooth..ven"'lo' 'Inwllnee on jour old cur. See us today.
4' severe that the heart does not get McRae Thursday afternoon.
other days students reported but
sufficient nourishment and causes'! '' Remember the services! at Pine
were sent home early. Classes! -.
heart failure and also! the brain I Level this week-end. .*5 UP Model
I were cancelled in Dade and Brow-
Is so starved for red blood that !
ard Counties again Monday. This
the children are dull and a pet he-! NEW RIVERBy
was the longest period of cancellation
tic, and can not learn In school. '
1- | due to weather In the sec Mrs O. K. Crosby ,

OXYURIS. They are very tion's history. .

mall thread-like worms, growing'I Heating systems in public Mr. W. B. Lazenby and Fannie !

j to a length of 1-2 to 1 Inch. They' schools result from the Crews were in Lake Butler on '< ", '
may pro-
live In the lower colon. These I|I longed frigid blasts. Civic group business Saturday. It th1t. y1i. <, ;cvi") ia m J .' < 0 &as

worms are transmitted from cats representatives' were heard to remark Marcus Reddish was visiting

e and dogs. The cat or dog sits on that "It can happen here,"' Mr. and Mrs. Will Andrews of this

y the floor and the child drops foodor I and suggest; that new schools at section this week-end.

objects on the floor, thus putting I least, be equipped with central t Mrs. O. 1'';. Crosby and Mrs. W

the eggs of the worm into heating plants. ), B. Lazenby made a business tripto
s bU mouth. Tropical plants Including full Gainesville Friday afternoon. 'r<

SYMPTOMS: r.orvousness. nose II grown, towering royal palms,) Leroy Thomas spent the week-

picking, Irritability broken sleep, I were hard hit. J. Q. Curtis, municipal end with Mr. Dempsey Sapp. +.r,

grinding of the teeth, Intense park superintendent, put' Mrs. O. E. Crosby left Saturday

itching of the rectum.THICHURIS. I 1 crews to work at once pruning I for Tallahassee where she will attend .

A small slender ;: tollage back to the willing point. J college for four months.

4 worm, about 1 1-2 to 2 Inches tni,I'I He advised home owners to do O. K. Crosby and Doris were tl

a length. Found In the ecum. they likewise to save their ornament-1! visiting In Lake Butler Saturday

penetrate the walls of the intestines ': als. 1, morning

entering the muscles' of the Firewood supplies were virtually Mr and Mrs. Carl Wynn and

body, thus, causing continuous I), exhausted and many persons )i family were visiting In this section

fever. Sometimes mistaken for : drove to farming area. to gather Sunday.

typhoid fever.SYMPTOMS. I| pine stumps to burn In hearths

: diarrhea or anemia j Many hardware storm reported yards still able to fill them.

';t nervousness, pains in the I their stocks of wood oil and gas Even If
they wanted to, Mlaml-
stomach fever, vomiting. Convulsions oline heaters had been sold out ans! couldn't forget the parting, J. W. Andrews Jr. MM V8

I'y cases. may occur In advance Department of blankets.stores featured' displays A blighting town full blast of of winter Saturday night. ,

visitors I
STRONGYLOIDES. A roundworm With the ,
shortage the price of gave permanent residents I ivJOfz&tlSLutiaZL
found living In the Intestinal wood was $3 IS I
up to t a cord at stant ribbing about the

i t'y track feeds and from as red all blood other parasites cells.' ,lera some waiting placeswith to place lines of orders custom.atl|I.followed weather.. "the A reference chuckle "unusual''I STARKE, FLA. / [dip[ Q I11w'Mt Ar

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radford County High School Journal

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Illn-Chlef ..... Jean DavieJ.InCblet GOOD SPEECHIS Mammy Sez Lotta ChatterSome WILLIAMS TALKSTO Inquiring ReporterIf GIRLS WIN'r

.____ I* H. Harper and Dear Chlllun: of the crowd that were you could meet and talk to

Patrol Ferole Jones Frank CLASSES Boy-oh-boy am it cold! Poor seen in Lake Butler are: Loral TUESDAY A. M. any living person, whom would 30-17 TUESDAY
Francine Fisher i old Mammy la nearly frozen. Helen Margie Rivers, Ralph, you choose

hub"H.....,......-_Elizabeth__EateUe Plummer Austin ii i Eleventh and Twelfth Looks good to see dat "J. B." Billy D., Marie T.. and Billy J. Students Mont Outstanding In Margaret Pearce: Clark Gable. Basketball Team I

EonV ._ Clara Mae Harley Grades Study Correctionof back at school. We are surely missing Irene Scholarship, Athletic Frankie Gay: Wally (Simpson) WliM Third Straight

T ... Margaret Pearce Common Mistakes Sadie really does like blonde Markham and hope she'll soon be Activities To Receive Medal Windsor VictoryThe

SPECIAL REPORTERS boys-Have you all noticed? back In school. Grace Dew Is I Marian Dowling: Robert Tay
ownBend.! Louise Stern. Alta In the eleventh and twelfth wearing purple ribbons, really Last Tuesday morning, the senior -I lor. girls played another hard a

Jack Hall, Arch Thomae, grade EnglUh classes, something Sorry you're sick Inez Cutshaw, cute too. That little gal can sho' class had the privilege of a Frank Robinson: Dorothy La- game and won January 23rd
L. M. Gaines Hurry and get well! We sho' do
interesting and very worthwhile miss wear red yellow, and purple. heart-to-heart talk from their mour. against the tough team of Bald-
is taking place and has been for you Ralph seems to be "doing all Principal E. L. Williams. Mr. Williams! Dr. Harry Em-

EDITORIALCOURTESY the past month. Always Interest Margaret didn't go back to right" In that little city not far First subject brought up was erson Fosdlck win.

ing. always beneficial this class school Monday afternoon. Wonder away. one concerning Herff-Jones' year Grace Green: Hitler. This game. In this reporter' '

thus always has much to offer, why The seniors are getting excited ly medal presentations to the 12th Betty Green: Hal Kemp. estimation wasn't as exciting aa
the word "Courtesy" but when attention turned to We like dose' picture shows dey students who most outstandIng .
[many, about their play. Hope it won'tbe are Loral Bennett: Clark Gable. the one before, but it Was still
; empty, meaningless shell-,general speech house-cleaning, am hating at school. 'Special long before we'll be seeing In the three" following things: Miss Stump: Eleanor Roosevelt. very Rood. All the girls playeda

nds them of a collapsible most students considered this the dat Gene Autry. some Garbos and Taylors. Scholarship athletics, and actl Helen Dowllng: Clark Gable swell game and they are planning .

at some people, empty and most interesting phase yet studied., Where were you Sunday nit vlties. Freeman Register: Gene Krupa. on keeping up the good

Bless as the word, use to Pupils are being reminded just, Everett Understand-it was kind Arch Billy J., and L. M. are Few do not know the meaningof Mrs. Williams: The President. work.

otherS think they're politeness" how much a person's success depends -' cold-like! still talking about soma girls true scholarship-plenty of the Eleanor St. Johns: Dorothy The final score Was 30-17,
also at times, leaves De mostus gorgeous cutest whom they met Sunday. Must:
upon good-though not i hardest studying which Thompson.Iris .
any The scorers were as follows
liked them. Some of the, :
fry same picture in mind. To fabulous-speech. They have also! moon Sunday night! Oh! Gosh! age high school presents to Its Crews: Tyrone Power Orene Padgett-S.

sin extent that holds true, been reminded that no dress,! What Senior girl has such an girls got together and decided'I students. A's do not come easily Ralph Rhodes: Prise Ilia Lane Juanita Kalch-9. ,

ben, that's just like every- though straight from the lap of awful time getting into classes which boy they would like to and those who earn a string of Dorothy Green: Artie Shaw Marie Crosby9.Ferol .

else. A person may take Parts and no face, even If it out- Three guesses! date. One who has the physique them through burning of much Ralph Nettles: Judy Garland: Jones-2.

ht medicine for the wrongt shines Hedy Lamarr's, can ever De President's Ball wuz Tuesday; of Ralph N., hair like Everett M., I night oil, and straining of brains, Miss Fernandez: I 'Is Kreisler.I Jeanette McGauley.

; but still that doesn'there's take the place of, or ever make nlte. I'll naturally give you all de eyes like Freeman R., teeth like, are indeed worthy of one of these Perry Galney: Franklin D. They play Lake City there tonight {
like John C. I
low-down It week. Billy J., complexion ,
with on next
( anything wrong anybody overlook, faulty pronun- I wonderful reminders a bronze Roosevelt. and are expecting to come
(xedlclne, or the effect It ciation, misused words or too So until then-Yours forever has personality of Billy D., man- medal Maxine Surrency: Dionne Quintuplets -. back with a victory
like Warren F. drives
a car
have if applied correctly. many words at the wrong time. Mammy ners The medal for "Activities" will .
put on "falsa politeness' Though it never will\ soak into like Ralph R., one who Is thoughtful be Lorena Pope: Robert Taylor.
presented to the student who
like L. A. Johns and who
call themselves courteous. some of the students' head until Madam BooluDear makes wait like Perry has taken part, during his senior Clara Mae Harley: Jimmy Relief At Last E
you '
|say: "Oh I'm SO sorry, they have the experience they are G. year in the most school activitiesof Stewart.

; the same time look at you being retold in this class that Madam Boolu: the year-glee club newspaper, Ruth Simpson: Cnarlle Chaplin.

ugh they could pull all your good English in the business My mind has been torn with Who Is Bet's secret heartthrob band, etc. Coach Whittemore: Old F. D. R. For Your

ut, and delight in doing so. world is an employer's first con- raw anguish, ever since you began ? You know all girls have And the L. H. Harper: Clmer Layden. Coughr
young who has
I call themselves courteousght sideration of a prospective em- your column in the Journal. HereIs one. Try finding out Ruth's andIris' person
done most who has played clean- Creomul lon relieves because
just as well keep their! ployee-before he ever thinks of the reason: I've been wanting too.Don't. acknowl- promptly -
Engraved sympathy of
eat, who has most stood for rightIn it goes right to the seat the
closed. e how efficient, or how diligent the to know how you ever acquiredsuch tell anybody but Jean athletics will have the honor of edgementa. Inexpensive. -Brad trouble to loosen germ laden phlegm -

| when a person steps on ana person may be as a worker. Few a becoming-such an undeniably Davis has a new red shirt. Can ford County Telegraph. Increase secretion and aid nature to
receiving the bronze medal for .
big toe and mashes it In- people do not know this already beautiful name! Such you believe It! Carolyn Is wearinga athletics aa a reward.In soothe bronchial and heal mucous raw,tender membranes.No ,inflamed .

floor, and the offender but few people carry the knowl- I names as those do not just up-and bubble necklace and It's delicious love with Lincoln. Having disguised matter how many medicines you

real concern in his "exe edge in the front, rather than in : happen-they have background, looking. deciding who shall receive herself as a negro, she was hare tried tell your druggist to sell u

," that's the word in its back of their brains. I and plenty of it. Indeed they Jack Frost has been keeping these honors from Herff-JoneR, killed In some sort of a squabble.,' you a bottle of Creomulalon with the
must from beautiful Willa indoors. (The cheater), non-interested parties will count In a way I almost felt sorry for understanding that you are to like
aeaninK consideration of For one who has trouble with I come some very the way it quickly allays the cough y
|>ther fellow. But better yet his speech, correction Is no over- I and rich source. (Rich Is Loral is reading Gone With the votes, which will be cast by secret her then. or you' are to have your money back.CREOMULSION. 9

be effort to avoid stepping night job. But once he is con- ,right!) I have never before been -you know what! Keeps her ballot. The book ended with Lincoln's

poor guy's toe at all. Take scious of his need the task is as able to get up nerve enough to ask busy.I'll Said Principal Williams to the writing of the Emancipation Pro-

Iwly. good as done-for a person whois you such a brash question and I be seeing you next week 1940 seniors: "Some of you know clamation. for Coughs,Chest Colds,Bronchitis

st of us are ready to agree determined to improve his DO hope you'll forgive me. Come, -Susie what you want to do when you ..1d

those who display falsey speech is of the industrious, give- come spill. leave this school, some of you \ "Rich a n Clean" ra

might just as well save me-room type and can quicklyand Inkey Dinkey, School PatrolIt have no Idea. milk Is m ore then a :

I breath and energy. successfully do much toward Francine (Bumpedy bump bump "It will take some of you from phrase wit tit w. We

-Jean'Davis. acquiring speech of which he may bump,) Fisher. won't be long, in fact only five to' ten years to get 'settled invite the public tot

well be proud.A Mv dear Bumpedy.. bump- ', bump- : about three months before school down; to find your vocation. drive o u I to our

bug-bear to "Mr. Average bump: will be finished and so will the Whatever you do, strive to be the Dairy (3 mliee South
[lementary Once, when I was in a haunted beat," Mr. Williams\ said
Citizen' is the person who thinkshe School Boy Patrol until next school earnestly."We on Road 13)) end In '

SIXTH GRADE NEWS can cover his faults, thinks he house, a ghost stuck his head in year. But during the time remaining nay" he went on, "occupa spect ourMATHEWS' plant,
the door and said real sudden- tions
can shade cloudy character with let's all help the Patrol are over-crowded that

History we have been study- the armor of fancy English and like: "BOO, LU"! Well, I was make this school as safe aa it was there Is no room for us. There's

'Crusades. We have drawn by way of big useless words, scared; I was SO scared I could In 1939. always room for a good doctor a ,

olored pictures of castles oftidal tries to reflect culture. He Is of not forget what that ghost said. We can do .this by watching as good lawyer etc. The Job Is I

Ages.e the most uncultured. And no- Boo-lu. Boo-lu, kept ringing In my we cross the road, when we are ready for you-If you're ready forIt i'
dainty ears,,and I kept saying it Be honest with
two sixth grades had the body fails to see through his act, riding bikes and while on the yourself and \
anymore than he would a fake to.myself, over: and over. Pretty school grounds. you'll be honest with others.

bly> program Friday pearl-so obviously a fake! And soon I realized I waan't ever goIng Next year some of the Patrol "Character will always remain
included the following:
Poem-Don Durke of Dowdee, this English\ class Is learning, is to be able to get it out of my boys may not be on the Patrol supreme; remember Lincoln's ,
mind, so I thought that as longas words In association with
being warned that it doesn't work, but the new Patrol boys will keepon others:
by Bradley Geiger. I was going to have to put up helping us have a safe school. 'You can fool Home of the peopleall
best of weather. &
A play-Buried Treasures, even the with It, it might as well becomemy During 1940 LET'S MAKE of the time, and all the people ()\ Cl.
ive Even to the man who has stud-
boys. name. So I threw away my BRADFORD HIGH THE SAFEST some of the time, but you can't
Piano: solo by Mary Lee Ied English\ English English, "all old one and gave myself one that SCHOOL IN FLORIDA. fool all the people all the time'!;'
street. his life" (it can never be learned). MODEL
would suit my wisdom and air of -Frank Robinson Mr. Williams Impressed thin
Songs-"Comrades of the there are never-ending ropes that mystery-MADAM BOOLU. And upon the minds of the students:

i" and "Dream Bells," Sixthe trip frequently. Thus the most then I thought that as long as 1 I "Whatever vocation you select DAIRY '
Did You Know? <
pupils. clean-speaking high school students was so wise and had such a good try to be the best" He went on <

Pantomime-->Measurements' find their mother tongue name, I might as well help people to say that seniors, being lead,'s, STARKE FLORIDA ,lj SEV
Margie M. has pretty blue ?
of eyes
hazel Fields and four other i more tricky than the trickiest solve their problems. Since, 1 I left strong Impressions on classes
find It hard to Mable J. has pretty brown hair?
other subjects have become known for after
my coming them, stated:
e had election of officers for I speak even half correctly half the ability to solve and dissolve the Jenelle? hIllS beautiful brown "Whatever you do, those coming ONE QUART LIQUID/ SEALEDBB48 ynno
I Iesldent eyes v
six months: chewiest of brain-breakers. People behind
along will copy; they ad-
time.The Clara Mae Is really cute?
Mary Alice Yar-i average person finds sucha began coming to me for advice, Alene has pretty legs ? mire you, they respect youtheylook
gh; Vice-President Steve I' sentence as the following sly and I gave them the up-town lowdown up to you."
Elizabeth has of humor'tEstelle
Ion; Secretary, Collette Green; and smooth in hiding its mistakes: : and pretty soon I said to a It Is needless to say nobody In
and Jean born to
. urer, A. T. Andrews; Llbra- "Hurry around to the front of the myself: "Boolu, old girl you needto : the senior class will ever forgetthe

Elbert Erie Thornton. car, the house could be seen In' spread out"; so then I Invadedthe chum together I words of their Principal, r
Margaret P. has boy
i many
fter President Mary Alice the distance" Dangling; participles Journal. whom they look up to, whom they
e a short speech the meeting are among the most worrisome And here I am. Have you ever Helen and Marlon are the only respect, whom they admire. II

closed of grammatical mistakes seen a mysterious, black-eyed, ,w
twins in the Senior Class?
e are very glad to see someur "avoid the Issue" like a sad, settled-looking creature witha
criminal-I Willa Vida Is a very friendly Book Report
pupils who were sick back
in-question. According straight bottom lip, out in the

hool and hope the others will sentence the HOUSE would be depths of darkest hog-waller? If person 1Arch plans to be a doctor'tRalph Forever FreeBy

er soon. "hurrying around to the front of you have, that's me, that's me. he
declares won't
marry d
Secretary Collette Green. the car." Of course it should (Yep.) I am an old maid; you see within ? Honore Wlllsle Morrow

Teacher Mrs. Searing. read thus: "Hurrying around to I am of the WISE r And I and Geraldine seven has years a lovely complexIon After reading "Forever Free,"

the: front of the car I saw the my black cat "llve-alone-and-ltke- ? I came to like Abraham Lincoln

Primary JinglesTHIRD house In the distance." Yet a It." This Is mid-winter (You've and his family very much. At

I sentence like this can sound perfectly Look me up sometime. My tele- guessed it?) times I felt sorry for Mary Lincoln

GRADE Innocent to the person who phone number Is O, 0, 0, 0, 0, O, We plan .to have a concert who was always worried EXT R A

e are very enthusiastic over lets his participles dangle freely.Of O. Johnny, O. soon TThe about her husband's health. The

"Weekly Readers." It Is a the other mistakes that so Pro-confectlonately. girls basketball team hasn't two children Laddie and Willie,

r that is published for boys often appear Innocent there Is Madam Boolu. lost a game yet? were adorable and when Willie

girls to read. We get impor- none more fantastic when analyzed "- Dear Madam Boolu: Doris C. is tardy nearly every died, I felt very sad.
news about science, current than to say "the book says
morning Miss Ford, who was Mrs. Lin finest Gasoline
I have heard that no problem The
s. picture shows for us to or "it says here," ,or "the article afar coin's social assistant, was reallya I
book has has ever stumped you. ,
and so-and-so"! No
many more interesting tells and hard-hearted at
that Boolu Typewriter ribbons of all kind spy very
it has reached ears
its. This week we were so ever said anything! And no article my times, which did not help me to
the Great cut her teeth on prob fop sale at the Telegraph office. have *ever offeredStandard
to find told word to any-
out some new thingscan has ever one like her When she demandedthat
that make the wisest (beside -
be made of peanuts andt body!, It is correct to say: "The lems the poor slave, Zeb returnto
Boolu) pull their hair out In hands to heads in
"the author our pure exasperation
potatoes. author writes, or I the plantation with her and he ,
; handfuls. And now, after this ; Indeed In sheer desperation -
very fine old southern negro states. shot himself In the head In front

ed Geo. Washington Carver "Chewing you's" (can'tcha, told- 'forthwith most enlightening, and Immediately news, I flown have this problem we that strive presents to overcome us with, of everyone, I disliked her more.I Oil Stations and Dealers are offering you
overed e interested in science for ya), ommittlng syllables, putting (gal with wings) to you in questof our only worry. Madam, I mean felt very sorry for poor Jinny, today the finest and highest-octane motor-fuel ever
new things the wrong verb with a subjectall ,- Zeb'a wife who threw herself be-
farmers so that they can sell these mistakes are common as much-needed aid. (Phew!) INSPIRATION! fore Lincoln to save him from aonasalnatlon offered at the Standard Sign CROWN EXTRA!
We writers ( know, me and this.
you Try to picture Try to
' peanuts and sweet potatoes. air and water and all take their when he was shot at than lives its
CROWN EXTRA to name-
Margaret Mitchell) have worries Imagine this little scene. You're, more up

FIRSTS Mrs. Biggs. toll.It is such practical, worth- that would hog-tie floor,' and bat- silting with your pen-in-hand, all' coln from hated behind to a tombstone.see these poor Lin- and is really extra in every way extra anti-knock,

' have completed our unit knowing study as this that the agalnst-stone-walls the hearts ; ready to use It, but-ah, that is negroes hurt so much and I found extra powerful, extra smooth, and decidedly extra in
of those who
heads and livers all that is all. 'You can write
*> to Live at SchooL"e now having further that I did not blame him at all.
classes are all 'round An EXTRA
performance. premium product -
have not our SOUL. But, gifted, nothing, nothing at all, because,
are going to try to live up to benefit from.They're The death of these two slaves
opportunity and Important as we are, we because. And there are small made
i e things we learned. retold that to aa just you at a premium price-
was touching.
cannot get around being human out in the poat without a battle- very
e for who the best.
want to become good citl- on" to English's most deceitful those want
of catch Alas. In spite of ourselves we I mean out In the boat without a Both &fak and Mrs. Lincoln had
the to
U. S. A. tricks,
grammatical what must eat, drink and be scarey. In >addle. You stare into apace, you much sympathy for the soldiers.. I s
LUIey. to say
pronounce correctly to-the-polnt spite of ourselves we must put up gnaw your finger-nails with ferocity admired Mra. Lincoln for givingso r The mixing/ of letracihyl lead

you mean in clear, "murderIng with everything; ah even then You stare again and again much to help Clara Barton who fluid with ;jail any gasoline does
speech, to refrain all nobody realizes how good we are -and again and what happensto went out onto the battlefield her not make it the equal of CROWN"

OUR MILK the King's English" are until we're dead: then they're your mind ? Why, nothing, self to administer to the soldiers. EXTRA in cither pcriGcuionie
In an averageer8on'a C1ON
good requirements sorry they called us what they nothing at all. You might Just as This kindly little woman is remembered t e performance. Il U the II. ,,.
> everyday did. As I said before we have well be sitting right square In the today as the founder of : Hock'of CROWN EXTRA" that
such soul, ouch! a blrds-and-bees- middle of the Sahara Desert wiggling the American Red Cross. makes it better
tJ SIXTH GRADE and-flowers outlook. There are your toes in the sand, and Some of Miss Ford's friends

The teacher has started a new no eyes like a writer's no ears thinking of not one thing. It were very cold calculating people. %Tfl _

book. The name of It Is "Throughthe like a writer's (you said it), no would all be the same in frogs- .,McClellan wanted to seize Washington -

Gate Door." We enjoyIt nose like a writer's no mouth likea feet and make himself dictator.

Seldom Equalled very Moon much. writer's (It's all the same In Surely, Madam, you have the Luckily for us, he never got the Ep4tj" CROWf, ;

Mrs. Searing's room and our soup), no feet like a writer's. answer! chance to do It. I am very gladhe ETHY

Never: Surpassed room are giving a pirate play. (Naw-when Uncle Sam missed Never knowing, didn't do It because there is (, ;

This week we have been draw- his two largest gunboats, he triedto Mary (Sad Heart) Townacnd. no telling what might be happen

of castles and also arrest the first writer he came Dear "Sad Heart": ing to us now If he had. Near the !
ing picture.
have been painting them. They to for you-know-what.) . There Is no answer end of the book when Miss Ford

PETERSON'SDAIRY look nice. But-and ah there la one terrible there la no answer. tried to shoot Mary Lincoln I STA1VDAUD

very Wanda Pearce, reporter, problem we must face, one Sympathetically think she had just about lost her '

:Miss Kennedy, teacher j terrible problem that sends our Madam Boolu. mind since she fancied herself in

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) Think I'll pull a nautical Joan of Is certainly crowded this week ],

L SOCIETY and CLUBS Arc . There'll be a lotta gift buyin I Recipes

i _, Miriam and Henry Guy week in the next few days if everybody, \J.!
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-- - is remembered who has to
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ending with their parents at I -- -- -

Three-Day Study ConductedBy Baptist W. M. U. Has Intermediates Entertain Hampton Mrs Guy reports be The early February ar-'I I Lnnon Cup : '!

Methodist Circles Rally At Kalford Seniors and Young People them recent lookln'attack none the of worse mid-term fora Mrs.rivals E.were H.: Smith Harry ((3rd Houston), Clifton(let) i If you want to make a dessert and yet that'sreally 1 III I I :i

W. M. S. CircleMrs Brown (3rd), J C. Garner ((4th) I easy
e Baptist of theWoman's exams these lemon
The Quarterly Rally Members of the Intermediate very tempting try
Mrs. I. P. Shepherd ((4th), Elizabeth -
Union was B. Jacobs did little The comes from "My
1 Missionary Department of the Methodist a gettin cups. recipe
I. P. Shepherd, mission ) Van Carden
: Molpus ((5th ,
held Friday, January 26, at the League entertained the Senior and even one day recently He laYs Better Homes and Gardens CookBook '
leader of the Woman'sSociety Sth), Mlllard\ Judd (6th), James
Raiford Baptist Church, with the Young People's Department last the ladies of his household frequently ) ."
for Christian Service of: Hollingsworth ((7th), John Capo
president, Mrs L. E. Wilson, In Friday night 4.t a delightful news- shower him with gifts of 1 cup sugar.
the Methodist Church, conducted ((8th), Marian and Helen Dowling
'charge of the program. paper party given in the auditorium bath powder etc., which they 4 tablespoons flour.
course (8th Red Buford Eve
three-day study ), ((9th),
e a of The Rev S. J. Morgan greeted of the Sunday School. rooms. know he won't use, but they will 1-8 teaspoon salt. -
and Wednesday, Godwin (9th) Doc '
Tuesday ,
delegates and led an Inspiring Signs representing different departments So when Mrs. Jacobs had a 2 tablespoons butter, melted.
k the book "Methodists United torAction" ((10th), and Lex Green ((10th) :
devotional service using as his of a newspaper office birthday a week or so ago, he 5 tablespoons lemon juice.
written by Dr. John R Whew! Santa Claus'Il think
topic "Sure Foundations." were tacked on the wall In decorating I presented her with a nice box of Grated rind of 1 lemon.
h it's Christmas if all that
,Mott. Mrs. A. E. Lightfoot, leader of for this unique affair. chocolates She doesn't eat 'em again 3 well-beaten egg yolks.

,The meeting Monday afternoon the Young People's Division talked Marjorie Davis, chairman of He does bunch gets presents 1 1.2 cups milk.'
Vas held the home of Mrs. E read in last week's
at "Foundation Plans for P'raps you whites.
3 stiff-beaten
on recreation directed the games and Don't forget the U. of F Glee egg
K. Ferryman leader of Circle No 1940" giving some definite Ideas contests throughout the evening. Club concert at the club house Issue that Pitner Vandlvlere entertained Combine sugar flour, salt and
1 while the 'Tuesday and Wed- number of friends ata I
1 that are to be worked out this Two of the outstanding games Feb. 9 I'm jus' remln din' the a butter; add lemon Juice and rind.
rs afternoon meetings were weiner roast his'eighth birthday <
jneaday year were the "newspaper write-ups" boys ., The gals will need nourgln' Add to egg yolka and milk; mix
;r held at the home of the president, "In The Secret of His Presence," anniversary What you
end the newspaper costumes. (40 boys Whoo! well. Fold In egg whites and
:Mrs. W. E. Mlddleton. a vocal solo was rendered by : didn't read however, is the conversation .
Delicious consisting
refreshments Whoo!
) ; An speakin' of con pour Into greased custard cups.
In presenting the book for dissuasion Miss Clyde Nell Thomas, accompanied of sandwiches, cookies and hot certs, a large crowd enjoyed the that took place be- Bake In pan of hot water in mod l
Mr Shepherd very ably at the piano by Mrs. L,. A. tween this young hopeful and the
o chocolate were served by Mrs Fetler family orchestra at the erate oven ((325) about 30 or 40
gave the reasons for the author's .Canova. Frank Robinson, leader of the Intermediates Tabernacle Monday night society editor of the B. C. Telegraph minutes. When baked each des I

l writing It and the Society's reason Continuing the program was an assisted by Mrs. R. J.I I Twelve children-all musical when she called for details sert will have custard on the bottom
for studying It. able address given by the Rev. It seems that his motherwasn't
Davis Mrs. Albert Keen and Mrs.L. Must have been quite lively and sponge cake on top.
I 'The devotional service Monday G. E. Cutshaw in which he challenged F. Smith. around the house when they were home, so it was up Serves six or eight.

; afternoon was under the leadership mothers In the W, M U. Those present to enjoy the all learnin' to play to Pitner to furnish the facts "'

''t of Mrs. A. Wood and those to use their Influence and oppor- party were, Misses Virginia Anderson Wonder how birds The following conversation will
reviewing chapters In the book at tunities to further the great needof Freddie Wimberly Caro- Johns killed when many she went Ruby hunt- give you a rough idea of what Standard. Dealers

{,I the first meeting'were: Mrs. E. L. missions.At lyn Keen Ida Lulu Davis Elsie In' the other day? went on ? Offer New Gas

Williams Mrs. 1 ; C. Ray who was noon a delicious lunch was Green, Gloria Buford Shirley Enos Hayes became an Eagle Society Editor-I've come to

assisted by Mrs W. G. Halle, Mrs' served by the ladles of the Rat- Colley Wanda Pearce Josephine Scout In Jax las' week At the get the writeup of your birthday Effective today Standard Ol

L. D. Vlnlns. Mrs. Pearl Simpson ford church. Johns, Barbara Keen, Virginia rate our Scouts are progresaln', party. stations an4 dealers throughoutthis

r Mrs, I.. A. Davis. Mrs. T. J. Griffin During the afternoon session Sewell Ver'eaa Phillips" Arline they'll all be Eagles in little or Pitner-All right. But what do territory are offering their

j and Mrs. E. t.. Matthews. Mrs. Wilson called for reports Dew Marjorie Davis Patsy Keen no time I you want it for customers "Crown Extra" gasoline

k Following this meeting Mrs. from the various committees. Fol- Nina Bishop Comer Perryman, x-eaitor S. E.-Why for the Telegraph I the extra Quality product
came across the following -
,t, Mlddleton called a short business lowing the reports Mrs. Light- Frank Robinson III, Billy Smith little Item In a recent Issue of course. We like to write up which has replaced the"oldCrown
for the foot gave some out-standing com John Anderson, Steve Weldon Jr., Gasoline
meeting of the society of the Madison Enterprise- everybody's birthday party. Ethyl
of electing delegates to ments from speakers at the State Buddy Davis, Warren Winkler, "Crown Extra" is a descriptivename t
purpose Recorder It
out the idea concerns Frank Pitner-But I don't want my
s the United Conference to be held convention, bringing and Lyle Anderson. for this motor-fuel becausein
Carpenter well-known e -locallte.so party in the .
I expressed about the war that Is paper.S.
y in Jacksonville on March 5. Those addition to containing tetraethyl -
In I think you'll be interested . E.-You don't Well' i
Davis i being waged Europe. Meeting Dates AnnouncedThree ? then, la lead Extra
elected were Mrs. L. A. fluid. Crown
The E-R
It decided to hold individual reports thusly: that case I we'll haveto
was guess just
Mra A. Wood! and Mrs. Mlddleton. Gasoline has been specially made
conferences by associational chair circles of the Woman's "One local hunter who may leave it out. '
Alternates were: Mrs. Frank Rob from a superior base stock-extra
gr and chairmen of different Missionary Society of the Bap- never be annoyed by wardens for '
inson Mrs. T. J. Griffin and Mrs. men Pitner-Well-errr -. What fine In all its specifications. : :
the next tist Church will meet Monday exceeding the limit is
at rally.It friendly
L. O..Ray. page will It be on? Made for those who want the :
also announced that Mrs afternoon at 3:00 o'clock. Frank Carpenter, widely known
was S. E.-Why the
society page best. Crown Extra is an extra
? Mrs. Simpson had charge of the J B. Boatright will teach a mis- Mrs. L. G. Powell, leader of sportsman. While hunting doves of course. '
quality gasoline, selling at the :
h devotion Tuesday afternoon and sion book February 23 In, an all Circle No.1. will entertain the one morning last week our hero's Pitner-Boy! I'm'
discussion really gonna same price formerly charged for : : (
those taking in the
) part day meeting. All societies of the members at her home. eyeglasses became somewhat get that and'see what
paper you Crown Ethyl. p
of the book were: Mrs. A. Z. New River Association are urgedto Circle No. 2 will meet with Mrs clouded with mist so that he have to about
say me. ]
.I Adklns. Misses Amelia and Olive attend. H. L. Brownlee leader, and Mrs.J could not see very well. Just S. E.-Well now. let's see. Can : ]
Ray and Mrs. J. W. White. Starke H. Lord at the home of the about that time leaf
Those from attendingthis a large you remember who won the prizesIn years-Well Isn't that the :
Wednesday's devotional service meeting were: Mrs. A; E. former. floated down from a nearby tree the peanut contest? way everybody Is?

was; led by Mrs. Davis and the Lightfoot Mrs. L. A. Canova Mrs. A. E. McKinney and Mrs. and Carpenter went into action. Pitner-No I can't. I was too Well thassa 'nough for this :

Rev. and Mrs. Frank Robinson Mrs. S. E. Sparks, Mrs. T. B. E W. Hayes will entertain mem- Seizing his trusty shooting iron, busy looking at my presents! week So long See you in

gave! the last two chapters in the Harding Mrs. R. A. Thomas Miss bers of Circle No.3. at the homeof he blazed .away: ".at what he S. E.-What did you serve for the.next ;
F"P book. Clyde Nelle Thomas, Mrs. J. H. Mrs. McKinney on Call Street. thought to be a bird. The leaf refreshments? f'N -Carolyn

Bringing the study class to a Lord Miss Ollie Marr, and, Mrs.J. Mrs. H. L. Hough la leader of was blown to bits." Pitner-.Hot dogs! And we really -I -

close was an inspirational prayer U Silcox.U. Circle No. 3. Even so, I'll bet Frank got "the filled 'em up. That was my NEW'' RELIEF FOR

y; by Mrs. Li. C. Ray. The Young Matron's Circle will bird" From the other hunters main Idea. Some of them complained SOUR STOMACH

D. C. To Meet WednesdayThe meet Monday evening at 7:30: o' of course about having the tummy Probably you know several

; ; Miss Jenelle Hutching! I! clock at the hume of Mrs.' T. K. Certain lady tellin' me what a ; ache the next day too. remedies to relieve acid stomachand

i Entertains Y. W. A. W. T. Weeks Chapter, U. McClane with Miss Wilma Alexander pleasure It :a to be waited upon I But I'm not so sure yet that I acid-indigestion. Blsma-Rex

D. C., will meet Wednesday aft : as co-hostess. by Noswell Noegel of Carpenter's want my party in the paper. a new delicious tasting antacid
ernoon at 3:30: o'clock at the So accommodating and pleas Mrs. G. W. Alderman Pltner's
K Miss Jenelle Hutchings was ( powder. acts four ways to give
home of Mrs. L,. F. Chapman at hostess ant she says ,1."Ah there, Roswell grandmother) Pltner
hostess last Monday evening whenI really you relief In a few minutes. It's
the State Farm with Mrs. R.. H. Mrs. L. A. Davis will .
entertained members of the president, Quite a compliment eh- wants his party in the paper. He's 'wonderful the way it helps you.
I'she Cox also of the Farm as co-, preslie over the business meeting. young fellow? 'n No extra just pretending that he doesn't.Pitner .
Women's Association off bottle
Buy a of Blsma-Rex for 50c
__ _____ __ ,
n charge advt. .
the Baptist Church at the borne I (with surprising.-show of at the Retail Drug Store-,Car-
i of her parents. Mr. and Mrs. T. Carolyn Gallstreet My my The Birthday Book philosophy for one of his tender penter's Drug'Store in Starke.

M. Hutchlogs. Attractive arrangements -
1 of narcissi and fern
were used In decorating. REMEMBER THE ;, DRUG STORE FOR BEST

e Preceding the social hour a She Reports A Conversation. -! _____
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short business session was held, For the man who's worthwhile "was caught with""his-; I I I Thrifty people all over th. nation

d which was presided over by the Is the man who can smile (Pardon my blushes) Mack CARPENTER DRUG STORE kwiB get these guaranteed Rexall

sl president Miss Florled Killings- When his feet are freezin, thewood's Futch Is another addict of the : as '
worth. Products at special, LOW SAVe !
multiple-pants habit .
all gone, the kitchen sink ": .
During the evening bingo and] Is frozen up, his nose !Is all stop- Friends in the north seem to !lNGS during this great Birthday

Chinese Checkers were enjoyed. .ped up, and his wife sits him regard this Florida frigidity as a Sale.You too, can save money '

Miss Hutchings was assisted in down to a cold plate lunch! colossal) comedy These few and kern how gooc & !
serving a delicious salad course to Yes sir, folks-he'd cert'nly be lines from a letter received this l IRexati

her guests by Mills! Clyde Nelle worthwhile If there ever was such week: Products really :: ::

Thomas and Miss Grace Dew a man. liut the trouble is, there "1 understand the New York are The best values go .

r 'Those present to enjoy the evenIng ain't. Board of Trade has advertised In very fast so be here :

(r with the hostess were: Miss 'Twas mighty hard to keep the local papers of Florida: 'Come early. ;: Add

Marble Hemingway, Miss Doris smllln' last week with the mercury North to New York for a warm : Not

Crews. Miss Florid Kllllngsworth, doin" acrobatic stunts to the winter'. Is It true that you have CaU

8 Miss Grace Pew, Miss Clyde Nelle tune of "South of the Border"the bought yourself earmuffs? I Z

Thomas. Mian Ida Lee Cone Border being the well-known understand that a knitwear con full pint MI 31

Mimes Fannie and Ruby Silcox deadline of 32 degrees. But even cern Is putting out some very attractive
and the sponsor, Mrs. Marvin so I managed to gather a giggleor woolen undies to be worn full pint TtesSMlIk of .

4 H cen. two from a couple of Incidents on trips to the south this season.If Every family seed this ipocUi.
around town "
you want me to I'll get you %' UM th..4i. 1 31 I ., mcuHi .?(,.
"x Methodist WSCS To Meet Frlnstance TWO pleasant their circular." 4.raU or .Mii.p le. Milk .lMcfmifo
female tourists entered Canova'sPharmacy \
That wasn't so funny laa' week Y t t t x ; iMtitrtCMi MMMcUify
b The two circles of the Woman's during the worst of Itlas' But this week: Ha! Ha! Ha! r 1 / 1 1 n i Society of Christian Service of week-end "We want to a
**. A r..l l vacs.!
buy a camera," they told Leonard Surprise entertainment of the '
the Methodist Church will meet 1
i Monday afternoon at 3:00: o'clock. Klnchen "so we can take pictures season was the Amateur Hour in \\\\ THESE ARE SeaaU

Circle No. 1, Mrs. E. K. Perry- when we get to Florida." I I 1 the club. .house Ev'ry Thurs.number night of tae'week r t l l \
The poor dears didn't realize they was good,
c man leader will meet at the I "
In the "land of sun- and I'm not "Just sayln that,
}a( home of Mrs. F. H. Long on Walnut ehlne"were already and Leonard says he didn't because writ In' anonymously, as I Floor-brrfa Klenzo Ray's One pound roll 2s=s3 Milk o '

h ,Street with Mrs. W. N. North have the heart to tell 'em do, I could say what I please an' Liquid Wax
as co-hoatesa. Remember Saturday mornin'? all they could do is sue the editor! ,Wax en Tooth

?"} Circle No.2, Mrs. L. D. Green Of course you do, unless your ... A real variety of numbers Paper Flakes
leader, will be entertained by Mrs. brain was as numb as your feet Everything from a flute solo Cotton Paste

4 W. P. Smith at her home on must have been Well anyway (Mary Alice Yarbrough) to an ".., n. 69c IM H. 2.. ts. w. *

'Y Church Street. I It jus' so happened that a certain off-key cowboy, crooner In the 99. Silo 13. 25., JOe 4 rt23C il1es

4r recipe being prepared at the person of Dolly (Thousand-Faces)
Lamb The Krazy Rats hill A %S 3"OOUCT Ajs-aBMOOUCT
home of G. M. Sistrunk called for ( THtttXAUSTOtt! MRfXAUSTORe A .,af!.
LAFFIT-OFF : onions Not realizing that the billy band) created quite a sensation

ground was frozen as hard asHitler's meriting them a spot at the
i heart Mr. Sistrunk sal- Birthday Ball Kats are: Mrs. THESE ARE JUST A. FEW OF THE MANY BIG VALUES

lied forth to the garden and triedto E. M. Davis, Jean Davis, Francine SOc

pull up a few choice scallions Fisher, Tracy Baker, and Jack REXALL REMEDIES fr.

No soap! They simply I Halle The latter gentleman \UM Full Pint t plain or compound) 25. Siio R...11|
wouldn't pull Not to be out- can. cert'nly play a clarinet Ag.res '.,. f:.....".,... 79c C.rm s......., IDe 7Sc R
done by a little tough topography.. Now I know why Artie Shaw r.M
41.00) Full Pint Roi.ll SOe 4 01. Sito R...ll 75c
Mr. Sistrunk armed himself with I i went into retirement Somebody ..,. "'1.. *.4lr.. T.*U 79c +rrN.lFrs.rlgs3e.. .. 33e C.fN:
(n hoe and renewed his attack up- I told him about Jack .
SOc Tin of 60 Roi.tl
so Sin; R,..II .
on the obstinate onions Again I Gasparllla is call In' and unless I Ufff s.". SMerreaer.t 3ge (......,. "'.".r.. Or..rll. 6Jge
"no go" The ground was miss my guess; some Starkeltes 25. R.II
dozen so hard that the hoe I will be vlstthV the city of Tampathis .....' .'... Wlsse.t 19 e II..
bounced off without makln' a dent w..ek Nice that the PURETEST MEDICINES25e 49.

Hut Mr. Slstrunk still had an weather decided to cooperate ... .12'. Suo '_t... r..,. H...
.r.. Smff.tlt.rlrt, '.''':'1'.. ."teas. I e
ace In the hole Without further Illlly Noegel and Ferol Jones v
ado he fetched an ax and won the jitter-bug contest at the Cur.r OU Purotttt
literally chopped the onions out of Birthday Ball Tuesday night YOU C2Sa /
"Oop orrr&u Siao ,"' ....I
h.lookaquit. GAYWon't !-. the ground 1 How those two can Jitt Really M.__........ ..; '. i?fC .
s Laffit Off And by the way How many is an education in gymnastics jus'to Iis 4 OL SilO 'ro..t s9etali.

jut pay and PAY? pairs of pan-er, trousers did watch 'em Enza Weaver .. AeW r."er p3 e -

Not ao!'-this crash Morgan Darby wear during the was a particularly pleasing dreamIn ZSC U ... Sao Pvr. ... THIS
won't tsar. Hill flat. "freeze! of 1940"? One of my yards and yards of flesh colored *>-. Sale T C e t
; For Oirnvuronc* spies reports seeing him sportingno net. Never saw her loci, .a.

COVS33 tLct! lens than three pairs one day more lovely Ree Thede was 1"' ,... ......,.,....... ..- .. -.- MIRRO I
i early this week That's goin'the regal and a striking picture in rkpoc1co/SO : '-
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r' I I Chinese one better They rose taffeta So many others f, L rufeJ
1 a simply add extra shirts Or Sorry I haven't room to men 6.91 h..il.win.dya. ...d..d t a
,, I hear tion them all Nw seat'. A wtr Aluminum

r The weather tricked Orle Names in the News
: Frank
GENERAL INSURAHEi Etna the other day. though r
It warmed up a little and he 1101 He's Hemingway in home on furlough Steal. ......., City. a .rfJ f
off his the Navy now and likes test ndeaiDtbn,stets ii teuprn _
o'pants think _
f winter, was over Then but It fine soon. leaves Stationed for at Norfolk-parts unknown sr .r ,... ti 7
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-= BITS of LOCAL NEWS You Should Hear Them "Swing It" liirainnt v">u, lj\urn H".M lift defend IV TillOIMI'IT "OI"ItT OF" Till) r1.IUU.t
.nt: nll,1 that affidavit for the Intinnno : n jii. >iii\i. iiiiriiM -"
rot thin order waft duly tll..I.all \ loft \IIKOHII COIVIl,
.. .. '-.-. -- ---.... --. .. ... --. -- --- -- ---p- In the Circuit Court ,of llrndfuid ." .ollin '. IV ('If \1\:11\: ,i
County Plorldn In ( Chancery| NO'I'I.'ITo| ) I>.KKKNUA; .
[ and Mrs. V. S. St. John Friends of D. W. Moore will regret -I Mrs. J: S. Butch of South Jacksonvtlle EIWA and you, Laura (less' are hereby ,, llenrlettH Jnnvx.
ordered I to appear 1 Bald cnue on ..I'lalntlff.I'litmni .
Sunday at Daytona Beach. to learn that he Is 111 In St. and Mrs. T. N. Limbaugh March 4. A: 11. 1JI40. llrn.irr.nl I I -v.. ..
Luke's Hospital in Jacksonville lot Jacksonville were guests Friday County 'IVIeKraph In I|..HK| nutvtl a. '" Addtxuii Joiiu.
the newspaper In which thin order Defendant.IV .
H, V, Knight was a busl- + i of Mr. and Mrs. H, L, Brown- shall lie published once such week TIIH. NAMH: OF TUB! STATE OP
Itor in Jacksonville Thura- Mrs. O. J. Griffin of St. Au- lee. A for M four roiiHBciitlve weeks. 1)1'101'I to ,"FLOIt1UA (IHICKTINU.TO :
UK appeiirnnce day.
gustine was the guest Tuesday of Wltnemt my hum and official veal : Clarence A <<
her At fritarke, Florida this. January whose address In clo I..r..nnlll.r,,t" of
daughterMrs. E. L. I
Biggs.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. V. S. St. John 30th. A n. 1040\ Columbus Club Haiti more, Mary-
Silcox attended the Coca- and Mr. and Mrs Edwin St. John cOI'FtCI.A'.) A. J. Thnman.. land. 1

_ _onventlon held In Gulfport, and Mrs. C. H. Nasworthywere will spend Sunday in Jacksonvilleas Cleik County Ch Florid'cult .Court of Bradford pear You to are the hereby bill of required complaint to filed ap 1 y

ijast week. guests Sunday of Mr. and guests of Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Knight & Knltfht herein alt'Rln..t I you fin or before
Mrs. H. R. Gertner in Gainesville. Hayes. Attorneys fur plaintiff 3-2 41 2-11 H Monday, 19 40., the 4th day of "' "rl'h. A,
| and Mrs. Ben Holtzendorf :\o'rl1: 0..' APPI.It'tTlor" It IN further ordered that thinorder
U. Holt were visiting In Mrs. C. B. Strickland left to- Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Futch and: KOIlT\:\. IIKKIIMr be published. In the llltAHKOIU -

vine Tuesday day for Tampa where she will son, Mack, and G. M. Slstrunk COUNTY published TKl.KUHAPH;:In nald Countv, a

visit her sister, Mrs. N. J. Strick- spent Sunday In Tallahassee as: NOTICH M! HERKRT: ClIVKN of llratlford. once earn week for
land. guests of Mr. and Mrs. M. C. That H. A. Etlnhop hoUUr of Tax four consecutive week.
McCornack Jacksonville CeitlflcatM No. 418. Issued the Jnd] WITNESS! my hand and official '
Saturday of Mr. Futch. day of July A. l). IrtJl, has Wed seal this 3111t day of January, A ,
e i guest Hum In my office and ha. made 1>. 1940.
s. C. A. Futch. R. R. Hutchings of Gainesville application for a lax deed to b.. .
Mrs. J. M. Brownlee spent the Issued therenn. Snld certificate embraces -
spent Sunday here with his par- t h e following described Clerk Circuit Court Fly J. K. Kelly P
T, E. an Gaines- ents, Mr. and Mr T. M. Hutch- first of the week in Gainesville as properly In the County of llradford Deputy: Clerk. 2-2 4t JUlie t
the guest of her son-in-law and State n( Florida to-wlti
yaa the guest Thursday of Ings. daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Milton Lot 1 I. 1 ft KH of Lot 3 In SB ftttfke,
d Mrs K. G. Duncan. Brownlee. ('or, of NK i of NKh-HI* A. Sec IXttkwtq.HOLLAND
Mr. and Mrs. N. D. Watnwrlght. lion 29 Town..hlp'Iouth.. Kalian
Pictured above are the Krazy Kats. a newly-organized hill :3 Kant, containing 3 Acres, moreor
.nds of Mrs. J. H. Lord will Sr., and N. D. Wainwright, Jr., Miss Edna was called billy band, that took first prize at the Amateur Hour program leHii.The .
spent last Wednesday in Jacksonville assessment of the said prop FOR. G aVBRtNOR Ivd
f to learn of her Illness ate home from Jacksonville this week held in the Woman Club Thursday night, January 25.: The rty under the said. certificate Is.l

on Madison Street.jntaWord. i because of the illness of her father members are: (Top row left to right) Jack Halle, Mrs. E. M Hued Helbeiirer wan ,In the name of L>r. Ida J.

= Friends of Mrs. R. G. Kldd will' L. S. Hutto, and sister Gar- Davis, Francine Fisher, (Bottom row) Jean Davis, Dolly Lamb, Union. said certificate shall haredeemed IN an young as the Junior f

regret to learn that she Is con- nlta Hutto. and Tracy Baker Miss Lamb Is l not a member of the band but property described according therein to law will the beHold class of war vetrriuui, 4

fined to her home because of ill- rates being In the picture because she took second place in pop- to the highest bidder at theruiirt young enough to he nimble
m f m m* *,Li* Friends of Mrs. K. G. Duncan house door on the firm Mon.day amt old enough to know '
ness. ularity with her vocalization of "Home on the Range." R. F. In the month of M..rchz 1940,
ED TO BUY cows and will be glad< to learn that she has which In the 4th, day of March, that a lot of thing won't

Market prices paid on nil Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Hough and recovered after being confined to Clark acted as master-of-ceremonlea.during the program which 1940.Dated thin ttlth, day of January, work-Fort Mypriilrr News-
her home several weeks becauseof was sponsored by the young people of the Presbyterian Church.Mr. 1940OFFICIAL. .".
Roswell were
es. J. D. ODOM, box 247. Noegel visit- .
Illness. ( SKAI.) J. Thomas
ke, Fla. 3.81-lyr.p ors to Gainesville Sunday after- Clerk of circuit ourt" Rradforui o
noon. '" I and Mrs. Walter Shornbergof four projects are as follows: County, Florida. 2-2 6t '-I

ED-sterilized (boiled) cotraga -- I Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Bennett Belleview. Iowa and Mr. and 1. American Migrants-it is a

with no button No Friends of Merry Beth Knight were in Jacksonville Monday aft Mrs. Harland C. Portwood of curious thing to think of migrants ;

Wilt pay 5-cents per will egret to learn that she is ernoon to attend the funeral of Davenport.. Iowa were guests last within our own borders '

d for those meeting our confined to her home because of Mrs Bennett's grandmother, Mrs. week of Dr. and Mrs. L. H. Jennings and yet it in true. Every ;
val. Bradford County illness. L. Hogan. en route home after en- thousands of men and women migrate Tip Top Grocery :

yapn.IAL.E tf; joying a trip to Miami and other with their families) into the
Friends Mrs. L. S. Hutto urges all mem- points in the southern of the
of V. B. Harrell and part districts of the nation where ripe
-I* head select Durocy bers of the Woodman Circle and
daughter Jeanette will regret to state These MARKET''
boars and gilts, about 4 all Juniors to pay their dues at crops are being picked. AND
learn of their Illness at their men are hired but their childrenare
ths old from Wave-Master once as she must send off her report '
home. Mrs. J. M. Mitchell and Miss
|d. They are: fine. Will -- by Monday. Lucille Mitchell returned to their inadequately'provided there are no schools for because or- FRI. & SAT., FEB. 2 & 3, 1940

ter In purchaser's name. Mr. and Mrs. George Bennettof home Wednesday after spendingthe churches which can follow them.
approximately 10,000 Cay- Jacksonville were week-end Miss Marjorie Stump a mem- past several weeks In Venice COLD WEATHER SPECIALSNO.

and 5.000 P. O. J. seed cane. guests of Mr. and Mrs. Junius M. ber of the faculty of the Altha and Tampa. Friends of Mrs. 2. Christian Literature. Books

{Bradford Farms, L. A. Smith High School spent last week-end Mitchell, who underwent tin operation and magazines open the doors of 1 MAINE WISHPOTATOES '
Brooker Fla. here with her, parents, Mr. and the world to many people in
mgr., at the Florida Medical
India, China, Korea, Japan, Burma '
Mrs. F. Lbs. 22c'
F. 10
3-12 4t Mr. and Mrs. Ben Holtzendorf Center in Venice, will be glad to and - -
Africa, South America, ,
had week-end Mrs.Holtzendorf learn that she is much improved.
_ as a guest,
I RENT Furnished apartt Miss Esther Simpson will re- Mexico. These people are helped
private bath, to coupleout s mother, Mrs. Nancy turn to her home this week-end -- through our interdenominational y
Koolbeck. Mrs. Street Dendy and Mrs. A. Yellow Onions 2 Lbs. 5c
children.-Mrs. Ceo. W, after enjoying a two week's visit G. Ludwig of Gainesville were contributions. - -

as, 324 ,N. Cherry St.,1tpETo i..In Tallahassee as the guest of guests of their brother-in-law and 3. Indian Students In U S.
Mrs. J. W. Klncald spent the

Whom It May Con- first of the week in Tampa as the Miss Helen Waller.Mr. slater, Mr. and Mrs'' E. W. Hayes Government 4. Union Schools Christian and Colleges in Sweet Potatoes ]10 Lbs.15c

ar Leave my stock alone, guest of her parents, Mr and Mrs and family, Sunday. ,
and Mrs. C. S. Lindsay China, India, and Japan.In .
and cattle, or suffer the A. C. Durden.
have returned to their home inWintonSalem discussing the World Day of GOLDEN BANTAM 3 No. 303 Cans
quences. Leon- Dicandlo.- ; N. C., after en- Day of Prayer Prayer, the Rev. Chas. Allen pastor -
Miss Martha Brownlee of Jack-
.1-26 4tpALEGood visit here of of the Presbyterian Church 25c
Joying a as guests Scheduled SoonA Country Kist Corn -
sonville spent a few days here this - -
new seeds that Mr. and Mrs. D. P. Carpenter. said:, "It Is the will of God that
week with her parents, Mr and
succeed. beans special program observingthe we should possess an Interior
Strlngleaa Mrs, J. M. Brownlee.
2 No. 2 Size) Cans
derson Bush Limas and Mrs. Walter M. Weatherly Miss Interdenominational World Castle, against which the storms

ooks, potatoes, tomatoes, Mr. and Mrs, C. H. Register of Ella Sassee, and Dr. W. H. K. Day of Prayer will be held in the of life may beat without being Cut Beans 15c
mber and squash,. peanuts, Lake Butler were guests Sundayof Pendleton attended the Dloces- Presbyterian Church Friday after- able to disturb the serene quiet Stringless - -

'corn Velvet beans, and their son-in-law and daughter, sian Council at St. Johns Episcopal I noon, February 9, at three o'- within; a spiritual life no firm ando
Church In'Jacksonville last clock. This day1' Is of special secure that nothing can overthrow -
as - 2-2,4t, week. concern to all Christians since it :I: It. 'In quietness and in

Mrs. A. M. Darby has returnedto I la I the first Friday in Lent. i i Confidence shall be your Finest Cut Beets 25c
Horse - -
[SALE3- 6 years old, strength }
her home after a week's visit The Rev. and Mrs. M. T. Bell The World Day of Prayer has l
Ibs., good 2-wheel trailer, in Gainesville with her daughter, have returned to their home In been observed for, the past four
>x20 tires 3 IS Trade old In on 2 No. 303 Size Cans
; sows pigs. Lakeland after several I i jour typewriter
Mrs. DeWitt C. Jones. Friends of spending years in Starke. The first year,
|V. Ingleright, Up weeks here with their soninlawand 1036. it held in brand new portable. Liberal
Mr. Jones and Miss Elsie Jones was the 1)I''sby-i, Sauce 15c
EXCHANGE-Small A. C. will be interested to learn that daughter, Mr. and Mrs., John terlan church;. the second year ink j I tornm. lirndron County Tele- Apple Fancy - -

Whittemore.Mrs. the Baptist, the third in the graph.
10 for battery set.-H. V. they have returned after spendingsome year
ght., time in New Orleans, La. Methodist, and the fourth year in
Harold Mills and Misses the MO'run OK ii.icriov)V
Episcopal Church. This year Pun T\X IMOKIXrn.tr : > Pineapple Sliced 2 8 oz. cans 15c
Edna! and Dorothy Mills of Green again everyone Is encouraged to ( 11111 %... MKII: ,
I Cove Springs were luncheon participate either in the open ISOTH'K IS IIKKKHY; : (IIVI:N.

NAT SEZ: I guests Tuesday of Mr. and Mrs.E. sanctuary of thelr*t>wn churchesor 1"'I'llth'nI8 flint W. H:No.Slbli-y: 611, Issued holder the of. 2ml Tn x Full Packed: Standard 1

M. Thomas and Mr. and Mrs at the special service held at .day of Ht-ptninb A. I U. 10'lli. hueriled .
t In office and hnnninile NO. 2
If It doesn't warm up today I am I A. J Wilkinson. the Presbyterian Church same applli-Htlon my for a tax deed to Tomatoes
Said crtlf lcw' SIZE 6c
bit Issued therxon
tp afniia the old ground hog won't Each church in the city Is en- embraces. the following il.".i-rlhert
Edward H. What-
/ U S. Marine, couraged to leave .its doors open properly l In tho County of llradford/ CAN
come out at all. He'll probably I ley, son of Herbert S. Whatley of during the day so that worship- *4ln1.. of Klnrldu, towit.Wto :
of NK'4:' of NWV4 A NWI/J of
to TAMPA For
Kit by the fire and let nature take Starke. was recently assigned pers may enter for a period of 1 SIP' : of NW, Fry:' of KKV: orNWl4 lUAU 2
duties at the Marine Barrack in of NWrISry of NK'of
it's COUTMC. I Key West. He has completed his prayer. MW'xt' of NVVVi Section: 11 Township Macaroni 6 5c
The theme for meditation Is '"In H Month llnnif 22 Ivnut: vonlnlnlnK oz. pkg. - -
training at Parris Island, S. C. 40" Acrt'M, more or I less.. ,
Another month like January and quietness and in confidence shall
The assessment <>f the said' property ..1

people in Miami will have to go be your strength" Isaiah 30:15.: : under. In the .said c-ertlflcnt of tleo. Issued 10:-.
Miss Ruth Rowe left Tuesday was name
The afternoon service will offer Hwitn. Jewel Compound Lard 2 Lbs. 19c
North to get warm. night for Rome. Ga., where she worship through music, prayer, unless! unlit .rIICh-ute f shall h"r..dc'.m.,1 ,
brother-in-law and t acconlliiK to law the
will visit her
meditation No who
one will;
sister, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bur knows no hours of quiet and med- no pre. hi i>srty to the d..rllt..d l highest/ therein bidder at the be '

ton. Friends of Mrs. Burton will itation in his life knows court house door l on the first Mon Smoked Bacon Lb. - lOc
no retreat March 1940, '
that she Is tier In the month of ,
regret to learn quite from the stroms and stressesof which l III I the 4th., day of March,

I I ill. life. This Is the deep purposeof 11140.tinted.. I this. 311.. day of January,
the emphasis of Prayer at this 1<>4OOHKIOIA1, Best Fancy White Bacon Lb. 9c
Mrs. W. D. Dowty has returnedto time in Lent: that we as mortal ( : Iollrt"c.r(] Thomas, ,
here after spending Cl lerk of Circuit llradfordCounty
her home
beings shall find at certain times Florida 2-2 6t aoiilir.it -!

A more glamorous You in I II several Springs. Ala.months, with a t her Magnolia brother, strength in the Eternal God. : of iii.irtTiof' .''1111 White Bacon Squares Lb. 6c

I L.. E. Patterson. She also visitedin An offering will be taken for FlTll'I9 i" .tfi'KAK': ,
the purpose of contributing to The l Stale of Florida to Laura
$ t- Jacksonville before returningto four HMHH. llarrlnifton Hotel, Canton,
Starke. special interdenominational New! York;
projects which demonstrate oneness You are notified that Hoy n. Smoked Bacon Squares Lb. 9c
in Christian service. The uses H.. plaintiff han duly filed hie ,
by Cast' a spell of Intriguing' Among those attending the bill of complaint for divorce

H 0 L E P Rae beautyl! Enhance) he glamourof the State American MldiWinter Legion Conference In Ocala of Fancy Cheese Lb. - 21c

your loveliest'gown with th* last week-end were: N. D. Wainwright :

Jr., K. G. Duncan C. R.

h., filmywilcheryothese2thread4L / Cooper, and W. M. Walnwrlght New Cane Syrup Gal SOc t'
(A 1 crepes by Holeproof. Very I of Tallahassee.L. ,

clear and dull with lace I W Simmons recently Beach to moved take r 7.rq Patna Rice 5 Lbs. 25c
runstop 'top. Wear surprisingly I here from Daytona Fancy t
charge of the meat department at ,
well for 2-thread. Enchanting !
y a With his r
S. R. Johns grocery.

: new evening colors. : wife and three children, he has a : Pills or Ballard Pancake Pkg. -1 IQc
an apartment at the home of S. 'f! ,

$1.15L : : R. Johns, Sr.

I Mrs. C. C. Mendoza and lion .. Kraft Dinner Pkg. - l IQc 3

II Cliff, and daughter, Miss Gloria ,
I Johns and Tom Ritch all of Jack- t s r Jtt

sonville afternoon were of Mrs.guests Mendoza's\ l Wednesday par- ; 4 r 1 Palmolive & 1 Supersuds for l IQc

ents, Mr. and Mrs. T J. Griffin,

I and Mrs. Carrie Rlfch.

Palace Bacon Sliced Lb.19c

L Mr. and Mrs G. P. Dover and

George Dover, Jr., who have spent sA

t some time here as guests of Mr. b ) ..1r Gem Margarine Lb. 12c
left Mon- - -
and Mrs.\ F. F Flume, ,
day for Miami for a few daym'

I Quail DwiWyC.rtl- visit before returning to their

t .'.S fed by Good and Hi*H B wkxpina ttW.. home in Hlbblng. Minn.\ Red Top Coffee Lb. - 15c
faortaUnf\ fcif et ,
Those from here attending the

marriage In Jacksonville on Wed- OITOMETKIC EYE SPECIALIST SPECIAL PRICE iii
*' 17 of Miss Be-
nesday, January i
atrice Mosely to Mr. S. Hogg Upstairs Over Canova Pharmacy

were: Mrs. L. B. Mosely, Mr. and Sufirar 5 21

M.... W. H: Hart., KIM Edna Maeffgsely Every Wednesday 9 A. M. To 5 P.1.: Pounds C '1R
I' R
,\ Miss Madge Whlghaao, ,
We t,
and' MIrf1P&Z1uingsworth.r'

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II FARMERS' SECTION (Mellon Growers Poisonous Plants LIVE STATE NEWS RISING 'l

a By Str*. U. H. Lewis

__ .__ n._ .___ .. ---...-... ... ----- -- .. Must Learn Dangerous 1------------ _. .-- .. _. j
---- -- To Control Aphids To Milk Cows I Mis Irene Lewis Spent SurJ I
PensacoJa "This city's new Tallahassee J. Rex Farrior I Mr. and Mr*. Woodrow: ,
After plantingtheir seed Flor.I Keep your milk cow In a cultivated Tlkit.>
COMMON: SENSE. . ; Ida watermelon grower win do, field or lot In Winter. S475.00O federal building was, state attorney In HlHiborough of Brooker.

LA -n-U8E PLANNING PLANNING THE DAY'S MEALS In giving farmers this advice I ready for dedication last week. County told the supreme court Among those who attended
; wen if make
they preparationsfor last indicated 1
Hamltn L. Brown dairy specialist with Postmaster: General James grand jury Investigations J. Frank Norrls' meeting

\ The comparatively new land- By Anna Mae SIke i controlling aphid on the with the State Agricultural Extension -!A. Farley playing a leading part. one syndicate controlled sonville Thursday were Mr In JI,,

!+' use planning program a* inaugurated -[ Extension Nutrition Specialist 'young plants a* soon a* they are Service points ont that Tampa lottery operations which: Mrs. U L. Canner Leon ,:
of Fortunately for Florida farm' GAMBLING BANNEDMtmt.Cambing. returned a profit of 1,000 a day.: Con,
agricultorU agencies ALL Lucian
( threatened by these pest*. according -t common pasture crop are now Conner. Mr. and Mrs-
the state and federal government, ,families an the foods needed to Tisisot in He said the grand jury to which i C.
i. to Dr. A. N. State(dormant or growing very slowly is taboo I Conner Elna and Loran
w is attracting more and more attention 1 j build and maintain the body tn, Experiment Station entomologist:land that green poisonous plants Miami today by police departmentedict. he Is legal advisor, dug Into ner. fry
from Florida farmers and health can be grown in Florida. Any of the standard contact(that withstand cold may be eaten Even as Sergt. C. O. Hut- gambling operations after \\a I I Mr. and Mrs. H. H. JMr. i

; others who are Interested In Uv>The Important food element are prays or dust will control aphids t by foraging anlmsls. i toe, bead of the vie squad let it charge by the circuit judge to Investigate and Mrs. W. C. Leafs stS

!1 development of a stable and progressive [1 supplied by milk eggs. meat, and, effectively if used property during -, "Every Winter" Mr. Brown! be known that all Barnes of i reports of lawlessness In Sunday with Mr. and Conner Mrs \.
agriculture.Because : ,poultry potatoes, and a widelvariety ilk biggest city of the Florida I gi+h.(
favorable weather conditions, say, "many fine milk cow in chance Including churchsponsoredbingo Thomas of LaCrosse.'
o f its numerous phase I of other vegetable, fruits but the material most generallyused ; Florida farms die from eating come under the rigid West Coast.INDUSTRY.
J. C. Hobbs
_ a.III4 the many agencie cooperating and cereals. I 1* nicotine sulphate-lime dustcontaining poisonous plant When the ban. a federal grand jury summoned I'Jacksonville' spent !last week

I In carrying it on. the program Here are some things that win three percent nicotine family cow Is turned loose on the I three patrolmen before It. AFFECTEDKey School that was attending held the

... also provoked many question go a long way toward providingthe the Experiment Station worker fields and woods to graze she West,-The Nation's southernmost I rear Baptist Church. at the"J

from farmer about it* purpose family food supply.A &a,... As this dust will give aaat1lll.actory will eat poisonous plants if good BANK RESOURCES VPT.BahaseeeResources city, suffered from the

and the way in which it will be garden carefully planned to kill of aphid only if pasture plant are not available." of Flor- coldest temperature In 54 year, Mr. and Mrs. Russell Car.

? developed.In extend over as lone a period a* the air I* quiet and temperaturesare Poisonous plants that tempt ida's State banks more than sustained severe loss to its large of Heilbronn were visiting Mr .
J. Lewis
fishing For miles
along Sunday.
a few word, the program' possible producing enough vegetables rather high Dr. Tissot recom- cow faa Winter Include yellow jessamine doubled between 1933 and 1940.

purpose I* to find out by study for fresh use and for staring mends that it be applied by hand cherry laurel, nightshade Comptroller I, M. Lee has released the overseas] highway countless Miss Maylee Lewis spent

and record what lands In variousatetLomt and preserving winter. duster to each hill of melons. allamanda and wild domesticated a report showing the resources tropical fish, rarely seen* _erew&.lhed day with her cousin Miss U
from the cold water of
of the state are best suited Fruit from the garden and orchard A practical: and Inexpensive device oleanders. "Cows seldom of 113 State banks December up Mott. of Brooker.
the Atlantic and the Gulf of Mex-
for and then recommend these canned and stored. for applying the dust to each browse on these plants when 30. 1939. totalled J108.- ico. Natives gathered edible flab Mr.. and Mr*. J. L. Gtntrj *

findings to the farmer Some Milk butter and cottage cheese bill is a large funnel of lightweight grass, silage, or root crop are 53S.OOO. Resource of 105 State that succumbed to the cold and Starke were visiting Mr, and<11t,

lands are suitable for vegetable from the family cow. sheet metal that can be available in sufficient quantity banks December 31. 1933. amounted were washed ashore north of Key Walter Underhill Thursday ,_
production some for timber, for fastened to the nozzle of the duster. to 51168000. noon_
but when and
they are hungry
Meat and canned and .
poultry West. A low temperature of 43
general farm crop, for fruit and stored. It can be made by any tin- good grazing i* sparse they will I was recorded compared to a 41 In'--0-: E. McGauley of Brooker t,

some must be Improved before smith. In using this equipment eat them and even consume toxic \VFA ROLLS INCREASED I 1886. visiting Mr. and Mrs. H. H.
are good for any cultivatedcrop. Hen to supply fresh eggs. Dr. Ttsaot the funnel '
they explains, Crotalaria epectabUls seed pods. Jacksonville.-Florida WPA em, f Saturday.
This explain why many Meal or other cereals from the should be the hill of
farm. placed over castor bean seed, tung nuts and ployment rolls will be increased' COURTHOUSE UNDER WAY Last Week's Cold ;
t, agricultural agencies are Involved melon and allowed to rest on the
? lupine seed. in State Administrator .
5.000 The
elderly people of ,
1 for each Sweets from I Macclenny, Baker County'snew our c i imunity
in program agency honey, syrup. jellies ground. Then the operator blows
To provide green feed for the Roy Schroder announced. cuotrbouse is receiving attention say they never saw
has some specialized work to do., preserves and Jains. a puff of the dust into It. After :
I milk cow. Mr. Brown suggeststhat This additional work quota will this week and 30 men from severe cold of such long duratia
It also explains why the State I Food to Include In tbeVaf' holding the funnel on the hill fora
Important farmer plant rye. oats bar- booet the number' employed in the WPA have been assigned to The Ice did not melt In the pen

Agricultural Kxtenslon Service Meate few seconds, he can move on to ley and other hardy plant Sweet Florida to 46.500, including those! clearing off the land and the work for six days. The weather bro
which endeavors to convey Information To make meal the next hIlL Applied in this way,
potatoes culled Irish potatoes on the special flood relief program i got a start Thursday morning. Ac- great suffering live clock,
about all phases of fanning easier, a list of Important foodsto the dust is confined in a small turnip,leave of cabbage and collards in West Florida, Administrator' cording to the plans a fill of four great damage to vegetables.
the farmer is the
to all of the
be included each day help place and reaches part
may and vegetables1 of this Schroder aaJd.CA.I.DWELL .
type feet is called for In the project Grover Thomas said
j, program.For to include these foods. Makea plant killing all aphid on It.
are good for providing the
very for the entire block and this work Crosse water tank was a
example, a farmer may note of your meals of yesterdayand It is Important that every hill cow with feed to make up for lack I WONT RUN will require some time and ex- sight Sunday as the shut pre
have been growing cotton un- check them with the following I t
over be dusted or. thoroughly inspectedfor of good pasture at this season. PenaaeoJa.-RepreaentaUve Millard pense. John Burnett Is also on would not work and it ran ovu
profitably on his land for manyyesrs. Hat: because the .
aphids, aphids on "The cow producing from 10 to Caldwell of the Third Congressional hand drilling a deep well to supply The icicles were so huge that
Reasons for his lack of A quart of milk a day for child one infested plant can multiply so 50 pound of milk testing four to District announced here the necessary water for the made him think he must be

+ success may be due to poor land, 'ren and for expectant mother rapidly that a general infestation five percent butterfat requires a today he would not seek reelection work. the North. not in Florida.
a large surplus of cotton. Improper and during the nursing period. At of the whole field may follow,
good ration. the Extension worker to Congress. Those who have
d There ]
methods of cultivation and I are some that fear
pest t
I least a pint of milk dally for allother the entomologist says.
says. He recommends from 10 already announced that they will AGED WOMAN FLEECED i berry
: control, or a combination of these plants may be damagedthe
adults.Four .
to 40 pounds of high quality seek the place are Parkhill Crestvlew Sheriffs deputiesare
things. A study such as the I ground wasfrozen, so long
and a half to five serving Potato PestControl roughage containing some succulent R. F. Stkes. Mallle MaY"1, seeking two woman and a
land-use would
r planning program of fruit and vegetable for feed, and eight to 25 pounds Pierce Wood speaker of man they said used a hoax to Trade old
make reveal jour
might that a small ProgramIs typewriter U i
l each person dally. One serving of good grain or concentrate feed. House of Representatives.FIRST 'steal the remainder of the life brand
of his land suitable a new
percentage: Is portable. LUwr
dally of tomatoes or citrus fruits. LaunchedA "And don't forget" he says, "that savings of Mrs. Anna "Grandma"Moore
? for cotton, that a considerable terms. Bradford County Tagraph.
One serving daily of leafy, green, common salt, steamed bone meal SNOW SINCE 1917 aged resident critically ill .
portion should be planted in trees,
or yellow vegetable Three to program for assisting farmers and salt sick mineral mixture Palatka,-Palatklans saw snow at her home near here. Officers
and that the rest Is suitable for
five servings a week of other In planting and growing sweet should be available for the cow Friday night for the first time said the trio claimed supernatural
i production of poultry and live Excess Acid cam
stock. To develop then findings fruit.vegetables. One serving dally of potatoes without !losing large portions at all time" since 1917 as numerous citizens healing powers and told a relative 1m("E I'If |> in olStom

: it would be necessary to employ Two of their crops to the sweet Keep the cow away from poisonous reported flakes falling about 7:30 they must have all the money in '1I11/ .. Ule.rr.Indiges'|
or three eggs a week for weevil has been launched o'clock. At East Palatka enough the
house to
,, economics, agronomy, conservation ; potato plants, give her sufficient, place In a cloth to Bloatinc.CaaHeartburnBelc -
horticulture, animal husbandry adults; four or five for young ..liy the State Agricultural Extension feed to maintain her In good con i snow fell that it was possible to effect a cure. The money, $220
children a few In Nausea, of UDC
; cooking. get a rr e sample
and home economics Service in cooperation with dition provide salt and minerals I crape up meager quantities from was passed over the sick woman'shead
t Meat, fish or poultry about five the State Plant Board accordingto the fenders and windshields of and and a free InUrmiting booklet
specialist The State Agricultural for her and see that she gets cheat to the chant of '--
Extension Service would time. a week. Dally If preparedIn : A. P. Spencer vice-director of plenty of exercise\ and parked cars. A similar report the trio, and when they left the CABPENTEITS DRUG STORtF

correlate Its work with the state vegetables.A combination. with cereal. orI 1 the Extension Seivice. These are Mr. Brown's aunablne'j came from the section: west of money was found to have disappeared ---

d and federal agenda specializing whole grain cereal dish dally. Workers of the two agencies mendation for keeping town. with them. 'REE
assembled In Gainesville cow and in good health. GEnINIP !
5 in the various phases of farming Bread and butter at every meal. recentlyto productive
Involved in the study and assist. confer on plans for providing FOR RE-ELECTION VANDERBILT I

the farmer in making changes We will pay -eeata per pound Information and advice for farm- Food Prices Soar Tallahassee.-Secretary of State By Miss Velma Norman -
that the weevil. A. Robert A. Gray has announcedhis I NIGHTS
appear obvious. for boiled cotton meeting ers on controlling ..rr,,AJ
oar C. Brown, of the State Plant As ResultOf candidacy for Democratic re-; Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Edwardsand
While the idea behind
program approval No button or old :'AmA Other Factional SyBnptonu 4
nomination and re-election.'
Board pointed out that the weevil family of Brooker. spent last
Is not new one and has pttnU. Bradford County Tele- Big FreezeThe : KIDNEY WEAKNESS
a has been In Florida for many "Prompt, efficient and courteous Sunday with Mrs. Edwards' par-

i been practiced by Extension Service graph. years, but that it can be con- housewife's budget Is inking service has been my motto in I I ents, Mr. and Mrs. F. N, Norman. ..Tafc.. --EDAMS.J.sde.tr' oJ.new s dneh ad r.av..a ad. la J

ai workers for many years, It is trolled by certain precautions and this office," Gray said "and I Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Renfroe and Orrad Otw. aM

p being stressed now more than ever before by the Service and the practices I a licking as one "after effect"of have endeavored to render all my,i son Samuel were visiting :Mr. ack.., Df.w x.ewoem.e.n..1I EUZa..gC

agencies cooperating with It. revealed a cold wave that destroyedFlorida' public service on a high plane. I 'I' Sam Norman and family of Pleas "_- nae.T ad. aJ..w-

WHY offer from eo..rFor To find out what crops and that A Plant the peat Board i* quite survey generally ; Winter vegetable crops.Retail will continue this policy if I am 'ant Valley Sunday. ....ItIDAl'ISt1InIIF.rm and bladder to function. They norm aid t{*

procedure will be most satisfactory prices for fresh produce honored with another term." Misses .OoiMtlr. Tter k-p the blood
quick distributed throughout the general Evelyn Bloodsworth I not fn from waste nutter acid, ;.
to the Individual farmer and farming area of the state, but It skyrocketed to twice or more than [Almeta and Allle Mae Andrews, 'I'bq rali.. preset diatrca and thai WI
a relief from 666 the state and section and then they were last week. SALUTK TO FLORIDA and Wadues Bloodsworth and off Mora ........ .fd...,. ails which mlow. .,I
sections than
Is in
worse some .
cold TlMT aN KfleiMt. Safe. BduMany
t symptoms present this information to the others, Mr. Brown explained.In Spinach went from five to 17 Tampa. Millions. of persons i Charlie Andrews, all of Ralford, thousands raport _tiN aatitfactv
tkeLiquid 666 farmer and help him to make adjustments cents a pound: tomatoes from 10 throughout the United States and I were visiting friends and relatives Takn aeeordins- to dlraetiona. KIDA'
for bring chaired naolM the trial U FBE
Tablet Salve Nose' : That's the purpose of announcing the program to 19 cents. Green beans selling Canada will receive a vivid words- : Sunday afternoon. or

; Drop I the: land-use planning program. assisting sweet potato growers, last week for 9 1-2 cents, jumpedto and-muslc picture of Florida when MONEY BACK GUARANTEE
Mr. Spencer said: "County agents the Mr. and Mrs. Ovid Manning and IVrpoait tl.M with TOOT drasvlat for tfcozn
the State la saluted during
29. In past years they have of KIDAN8. UM on* box. Ifentirely >
and other Extension workers, co children of Jacksonville, spent ....
Carnation Contented Hour over a &Jded with RESULTS
sold in Miami heart of the Winter '
INSUUE WITH operating with the Plant Board, the week-end with Mr. and Mrs.J. ether box. to the HUB dnmiit and rmontr
\\t vegetable territory, for as low coast-to-coast radio hookup Mon- will tw nfunoM. Start MIDAxidner
are going to make every possible 'I M. Manning and family of this ...... aoM
tI N. D. WAINWRIGHT JR. as 5 cent a pound. day, February 12, It was announced Relief _.KXDAN3
I effort to assist and advise farmers today by Carl Broreln. presI- CARPENTER'S DRUG STORE
Dealers predicted the Increases
FIRE LIFE AUTO LIABILITY BONDS on ways of controlling this dent of the Florida State Chamberof Cold Fre >zei Cream
be reflected the
pest without going to heavy ex- would throughout Commerce. The unusual cold spell seemedto

S Pfcone> 13 :STARKE.: FLORIDA pense. Information on how to Nation. reach Its limit In this section BUSINESSDIRECTORY

KS control the weevil may be ob- Some farmers In the vegetable RENO IS OUTCLASSED last Sunday. Among the incidents -

tained from agents' offices. If growing areas of South Florida Miami.-The municipal publicity happening then were the

I FUNERAL DIRECTOR this information is heeded, we be- began plowing under their frozen organization has announced fig- following:
lieve losses from this will be Tuesday and made beady to
My (Many Tear Experience Make It Possible for He to Bender peat crops ures to prove that Miami is displacing Mrs. Annie Kelly mixted two
IV rich
The of the
reduced greatly In all sections: replant. fertility
EFFICIENT PROMPT and Reno as the Nation's dI- quarts of ice cream Saturday
muckland the
MODERATE where sweet potatoes are grown. permits productionof vorce center. Until the 1933 Leg- night and left it outside the
one crop right after another islature's 90-day divorce law, house. She found, on 'the following The drink

DeWITT C. JONES Cash CroppingPine -and In record time. Miami had fewer than 500 divorces morning, that it was frozen

Starke. Florida The State Marketing Bureau estimated a year. In 1939, a high as nice as if It had been churned jaw that

Trees there will be no beans, record of 3,124 was established.The I and reported it was very delicious -

On The Increase green peas, peppers, and tomatoes publicity organization said cream. everybodrknows

left in Florida for movement to Reno, in 1939, recorded only 2,231 l A group of young folks went

Cash-cropping Southern pines Northern markets after this divorces against its 1931 record of exploring during mid-day Sundayand

for sustained profits has been Increasing week. 4,745. much to their surprise, founda

MEATCURING steadily In many areas of Beans and tomato were being ditch of water frozen so hard St.

the South according to a new replanted, but the Marketing Bureau MARKET FOR DeFUNIAK they could safely, walk across on

publication "Southern Pines Pay," remarked that it will take at DeFunlak Springs,-Work was the ice. .

Just Issued by the Forest Service, east 45 to 49 days to get another begun last week on the $10,000 Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Ellis and .COCA-COLA DOT. CO

U. S. Department of Agriculture. beaD crop and "tomato plants are project of a Farmers' Live Stock little son, Marion of Worthington

Timber growing or forest farmIng mighty scarce right BOW." I Market on the highway one mile Springs were visiting relatives of WE ARE

says Wilbur R.. Mattoon, The freeze, however, will not, west of town. The market Is be- this section Friday PRESCRIPTIONEXPERTS

senior forester of the Florida hurt the Spring vegetable crop ing built by WPA at no cost to Mr. Marcus Reddish of Vanderbilt -

Service, ranks as a major IndustryIn which will be ready for market the county and Is sponsored by spent the week-end with

the South, and there la a growing about April or May. In fact, one the State Agricultural and Mar- Mr. and Mrs. Will Andrews of CARPENTER'SThe

No increase in realization that the largest i marketing expert said, the destruction keting Board. William L. Wilson, New River. Rexall Store
prices Director of State Farmers' Mar-
profits result when timber in of Winter crops may

rained aa a crop. Trees require no i make the Spring crop much larger kets, stated that the market is a

fertilization and no cultivation,I I than otherwise. built on an extensive plan and I BOREE FUNERAL MEAJIBULANCE

but they need protection from fire Fruit and vegetable growers while the present appropriationcalls

and from careless cutting the i lost no time In calling for Federal for a live stock market only Full line of Caskets g Undertaken Supplies

forester says. aid. Their it Is hoped to add to this in the SERVICE
plea was taken In
We In up future told DAY AND NIGHT
near a storage plant
Sugar The
publication Includes photographs Washington by United States 1S1 PHONE 1M
and wholesale
showing progressive stages Senators Pepper and Andrews and a truck market and
other facilities to G. II. BENNETT, Mjrr.
aid In the dis-
of growth of pinelands protected by the State's five congressmen.
from fire planted or self-seeded, The Farm Security Administration tribution of farm products. INSTITUTION"bjon'f

Cured Meats and where growth has accumu- and the Disaster Loan Cor- ,
lated at rates of one to three dollars -'poration ordered Immediate GETTING: GOOD PRACTICE

an acre or more annually. sur- Qulncy,-Many humerous situations -
Senator said all
veys. Pepper
arise Cough Your Head Off
during political campaigns
i Suggestions made for cash- four agencies "promised to help In but A. O. Duke of River
cropping Southern pines Include any way possible." This
i Function, candidate for sheriff in
cutting the crowded and poorer take the form of loans for new Get
Gadsden county, didn't think It Mentho-Mulsion!
trees first and
leaving the crops, advances for other requirements -
was at all funny when an escaped
straighten and better trees for ,. outright grants of money

GAINESVILLE ICE AND COLD hlKh-quallty products such as and jobs for the men thrown\. out negro convict stole his automobile Mentho-Mulaion will stop Mentho-Mut*
from fig
his front yard one night your ( syrup makes
poles piling: veneer bolts and of work. cough due to cold
a immediately
STORAGE COMPANYJ. last week while he was eating cling to your irritated membra
saw-logs. Mattoon explains that Senator and rid you of your cough/ Merit*
Andrews said he had supper. lie raced after the entirely; as it acts faster, better.
many owners are sacrificing hundreds reports that the citrus loss wa '' but was unable to quicker than any medicine you ever Mulsion is safe; and the whole f

L. GEORGE Mgr. of thousands of dollars at least 75 percent In the region then called capture It. He tried or every cent of the cost will ily will like its tangy taste. 1 K
Deputy Sheriff Otho be
yearly by cutting their timber north of a line from question. this remarkable cough medicine
Sebring to W. Edwards and :M.
P. Mentho-Mulsion
|Phone 1067 when too young cutting only the Vero Beach and that the Is more than an hand ready for instant use at
1201 N. Grove St. most promising trees,, or cutting table vege- both rival candidates-and asked ordinary cough medicine. It was first sign of a cold or cough.: .
crop was even harder hit them to perfected by the dean of
the stands too clean. help catch the culprit. pharmacy Insist on genuine! Mentho- II1I5I 1
GAINESVILLE FLORIDA "Southern Pines He said one of the biggest problems The three of them got together of a large mid-western university The large silver and green pack?

In Pictures" Pay-a Story would be to take care of 100-- and ambushed the automo- and contain vitamins A and D to containing; 48 doses for 75* and

lt the may be obtained from 000 pickers, packers and trucker bile pilferer. Now candidate build up your Cold! resistance, and doses for $1.25.MenthoMuision.

i U. Department of Agriculture who would lose their Jobs because Duke joins with even soothing,healing ingredients, la endorsed
Shakespear Inlaying
Washington, D. C. of the freeie. ,' "All's well that ends well.. together with beechwood creosote your neighbors and guaranteed

forpenetratIon.> Genuine California l leading! druggists ever whera .

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I CHURCH! DIRECTORY & NOTES 'State' Farm 'Local Troop To Observe ,I '.

__ : ___ --- I I Scout Troop MeetsThe ::1 50 Years Ago I

I A. B>. Llgbtfoot"i Chas H. Allen. !rG Murk'" I II
"i PastorThema. Rev Frank Robinson Chorea Sunday School Supt met Friday night at the Com I (Items from the Telegraph's file

I ., Supt. PastorE. Pastor Rev. Fred Rector Terkei, Jr. Mm.Sunday Ira School WlUon munity House. The followingwere ;) "ccut Troop 70 met Tues ?enlnr Scouts will be accompanied of February 1890.)

iday School School den.. K.Superintendentof Ferryman Organist Snnday School Supt. 10 o'clock present; Dr. W. E. Mur- day night with a large percentage\1: by their Invited, girl guests. A dlsnsterous fire occurred la

9:45>day: A. M. Church School lira. E. M. Davis Miss Ella J. S..... phree, Rev. L. A. Shepherd, V. N. of members present. In the Church Supervision of the party will be Branson last week in which the

hin5.sMrv''* Church School Church Roy School Mathew Supt Mrs.Organist H. C. Brown CHURCH OF CHRIST Geiger Committeemen, and Bryan I School Rooms of the First Methodist by the Rev. and Mrs. Frank Robinson cotton house of W J Kpperson
It A. M. II
Whitfleld Scoutmaster. Scouts Church under the direction
tI..t Tralnlne Church School Bervtce I PantorBible was destroyed.Dy .
1':00 P. M.. Morning Worship Sunday School: Study 2 present were: Jimmie of the Rev
n. 10 A. M. p m. Bradley Frank Robinson Scoutmaster -
Service, 11 In the
S"rvlre. A. M. 10 A. M. Sermon and The Sunday night First heroic work the town was
inlng I:90 P. M. Evening Wor.hlp Morning 11 A.Worship M. :: Sundays 11 A. M. \ Lord's Supper S p. mevry Ralph Dudley, Joe Allen Lander I Following the opening Methodist Church at 7:30 o'clockthe saved from destruction.C. .
y..r Meettngeeday. Service: 7.30: P. M. Fridays 7:80: P. M. Sunday Herbert Crews, Marion Crews Jr? exercises records of attendance Court of Honor will convene
Sigma Chi 7:00 '- L. Peek and
8:00: p.M.Polanl.t YoungPeopU'e' : p. m. Holy Day.l II. and Garland Godwin. Cub Scouts and church attendance was taken. Maxey payed a .
A. for Its second Annual In
MIX. '
ALLIANCE flying visit to their
League Meetings mother in
J Mona Canova present were: Bradley Geiger, Billie The Scoutmaster gave a brief Starkto. The body meets
regu- .
iolr Director 6:30: P. M. PresidentThe Overstreet Claude Johns Jr talk after which the Georgia.The ,
Jhn Powell GOSPEL TAB.Sponsored Hrv. FrankRobinson larly each month in Jacksonvillebut "
Prayer Meeting Jimmie Brown and Lea town is full of t
Godwin strawberrymena
i divided into two sections and en- \
Chairman Wednesday 7:80: P.M. Sponsors: by this special Court will convene
Id of Deacons Mr. F. H. Long, Mr. and Mrs.J. Mr.. T.and Mre.J. Vice PresidentThe lie Bradley.The joyed 43: minutes of games under here for the benefit of members boom for the hotels. \
\\V. Klckllterj
Chairman Organist T. QulgleyBible Evangelistic Qulgley Service ShepherdSecretaryTreasurer Rev. Leslie program of the evening the direction of Senior Patrol of Troop 70. At this time several Mr. U D. Miner has located his 1' ,

Id ot Trustees Mt Aestetant e. E. K. Ferryman Study each I each Friday and Sun consisted of an interesting talk on Leader Eagle Scout Knos Hayes. boys will appear for advancement Jewelry store quite comfortably 1'1 '
a. Powell Organist Tuee. evening 7:30: day evening 7:50: The Rev. Fred Yerke first aid by Dr. Murphree. The The boys at the conclusion of the to the higher ranks of Scouting. in the Witkov ki store.

---- --- --- -- -..-- .- -- - Oath and Laws were reviewed game period reassembled and Members of the Court who will be An Immense line of harness and I.f 1
following which the Scouts en went to their Patrol rooms wherea present are Judge J. Ollie } d. bridles has just been received at ,1; \i'

lodistirch Mission Hall GUM BRANCH joyed an hour of play before ad period of study was held under, munds, Chairman; M. G. lioswell, Truby Sternberg & Co. : !:

Notes And TabernacleStudy Ity Miss Elizabeth Ilarnage, journment. the direction of the Patrol lead' Executive for the North The street committee would '

Mr and Mrs. Acres Chapman ers. Area; C. F*. Smedley, FIOI'lda.1:confer a great favor on our country ,; ,I\\:

regular morning: service of of the book "Rightly of Jacksonville spent the weekend GRAHAM At the reassembly period the missioner: A. C. Hillman; Joe brethern by putting up hitch- L

kip was conducted in the Divining the Word of Truth" by here with their parents, Mr. and By Mrs. L. C. Smith advancement card to the rank of Richard; and Eagle Scout Dick Ing posts over town. There is t 'ft

illy completed redecorated I' Dr. C. I. Schofleld. was continued Mrs, J. S. Sapp. Second Clans was presented byEa&le Hillman, Secretary of the Court now hardly a place In Starke for i
jirlum of the First Methodisth last Tuesday night at the Mission Mr. and Mrs. Ancil Norman and Scout Arch Thomas to The public Is cordially invited to a farmer to hitch his horse to. .. ,
last Sunday by the pastor Hall. Everybody present takes Mr. and Mrs. B. M. McRae and children of Starke were visitingMrs. Jack Hall. About 25 merit badge attend this worthwhile meeting A few more wells dug at dif't''t

[Rev. Frank Robinson. In part in the discussion thus adding children of Pine Level spent! Sunday Norman's parents, Mr. and cards were presented to various Judge Edmunds will give the ad- ferent places In town would be an. ,; t

I of the extreme cold a grati- to the interest of the service. A with J. A. Harnage and Mrs. R. M. Johnson, recently. members of the troop these merit dress of the evening. Improvement." In case of fire the

] number of worshipers came second portion of the chapter entitled family. Mrs. E. T. Vestal left Saturday badges having been earned at the On Monday the Rita Theatre I water supply Is always short.

Church at the usual hour "The Two Advents" formed Mrs. Eldon Sapp and Miss Dor- for Jacksonville where she will December and January Court of ban extended an invitation to Mr. J, W Hodges has movedhis

ny complimentary remarks the basis of the study. thea Norman were guests of Mr, join her husband Rev. Vestal whoIs Review and have been previously every member of Troop 70 to attend new brick store on Call Street !

)heard concerning the beauty A great deal of confusion existsIn and Mrs. H. B. Kelly of Rising conducting revival services at reported in the Telegraph. the afternoon show us guests between Goaktns' Drug Store and

interior of the building and the minds of Christians regard- Sunday. the Gospel Tabernacle. Discussion and final 1 plans were of the theatre. N. J. Jones' Grocery Store. I ;

jthe work being completed by ing the two comings of Christ Mr. and Mrs. Ancil Norman and Mrs. C. B. Roberts and Mrs. C. 'announced concerning the observance Tuesday night, February 13, the Work has commenced on the

[ Sunday a much more ate These are two separate events. children spent the week-end in Fogg were visiting the latter's of National Scout Week! regular meeting of the Troop will new brick store of W. II. Rivers

Church will be ready tofen Often Scripture referring to His Graham with Mr. and Mrs. R. M son, Jewett at the University oi which will be held throughout the I be held. corner Call and Walnut Streets.Dr. .

by the congregation. first Is applied to the second and Johnson.Mr. Florida Sunday. United States, February 8th J. O. Haynes has moved his {

service last Sunday even- vice-versa. One common error, and Mrs. J. C. Sapp and The unusual cold weather has through 14th The following I Day Wednesday) the entire night Troop with(Valentine their dental office to his residence on Jm'
held in the Church School heard often at funerals schedule of events will murk the South Street.
s Is the mis son Bobbie of Sampson City delayed the vegetables and fruits Invited guests will meet at 8:15: .
Feb. 21- : +
Irium and was conducted by application of John 14:3. It Is were visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. S. of our section. observance for Troop 70: : o'clock In the house '\i"'
( Community In a difficulty in the pool room
embers of the Intermediate
construed as meaning that Sapp Saturday. On
Thursday night, FebruaryS
Mrs Hilda Broughton and children for a Valentine party. Each last Saturday night between Dave '
-went of the Young Peo- Christ comes after each Individual Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Norman at 7 o'clock in the Woman's
and have Scout is to attend his
Margaret Earl returned expected Jones.
and George Balmien, Jr.. the sea
This was the cua- I
IDlvislon. believer at death. This could not Club building a banquet will be
were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Tate to their home after spend prayer meeting service before latter was knocked down with a C'
fourth Sunday eveningm be a true Interpretation, becausein Crosby of Rising Sunday. served. This event will be at-
ing several months in Plant City. coming to the party This party billiard h
that these young peoplet the language of Paul, "we depart ended by the entire membership queue. i
Miss Dorthea Norman spent Miss Ellen Johnson who has will conclude the activities of the Feb, 28--
each month. Those taking to be with Christ. Acts 1:11 of 70 of these { ;
: Troop the parents
in been confined her .
Monday night Starke with Miss to home be Mr. Brownlee, of strawberry 4
On 'the program were: Arline 1 Thess. 4:13-18: and numerous members the Troop committee week.A
Vesta McRae.Mr. cause of illness has now returnedto decotutttd window snowing fume, has already made a thousand >i
residing; Call to Worship, other passages prove that there is with their wives, the Merit Budge
.1 )
and Mrs. Wesley Tlllis and her work as waitress in Gatnes some of the phases of Scoutingwill dollars from his berries this
rte Davis Evening Prayer,
; to be a visible, bodily return of I examiners and wives, several Invited -
children of Plant vllle. at the Bradford Coun- Heiisun.
City spend appear
ila Sewell New Testament are
; Christ in two stages. 1. His appearing guests, among whom will be I
ng. Patsy Keen; Old Testa-, to receive His own--the ing a few days here with Mr. and Clyde Strickland of Tampa was Or W E. Mlddleton. Mayor of ty hardware Co., from t the 8th The young people will have a t
reading Freddie Wimberly; Mrs, J. N, Norman. visiting his parents, Mr and Mrs through the 14th. masquerade ball tonight at the
first resurrection! and the rapture. Starke, and Mrs. Mlddleton, Robert -
jtory Prayer, John Anderson; 2. His coming in glory to set up 3. Strickland Sunday. F Clark (1'ienlilent. of the llliectorg of the Troop and the Commercial hotel. '

lig offering Comer Perry- His kingdom An honest open- BROOKERIty Willie Strickland left recentlyfor Rotary Club which sponsors the members of (the Troop deeply appreciate Horseback riding has become

and Michael Dew; Poem Ida minded study of the Word of God|I !Mrs. L. I... ParkerOf Miami where he Is employed Troop, and Mrs. Clink, and olhois. the contributions. and cooperation quite ladles fashionable with our young I

1 Davis. The pastor made a will convince any reader of this ut the race track. The band, will play several selec- that have been so gcneiously -
Introductory talk and Mrs. I the many people questioned lons. This band will be strengthened showered them In
truth.This this week old and It's upon All legal blanks promlnsorynotes
rendered special young, any THERESSA
Perryman study will be continued by several invited members, anticipation of the altercate of thin. I..
retain title notes carried
the coldest winter Hrooker has ,
ions on the piano; also playor next Tuesday night.TABERNACLE. Ily Mrs. A. L. !SulllMin and will be under the direction of I week of observance honoring
the slng- seen, In stock: by the Bradford County
congregational I Eagle Scout Arch Thomas Dt'munlltra Scouting lOach Scout will wear
pnd for the Choir Special Frozen automobile radiators Mr. and Mrs. C. R, Moore and Ions by the different patrols full uniform throughout each day Telegraph p

j Lord Is My Shepherd" sange were numerous Friday and Sat sons: Charles and Lorrle of and selected will make
delivered speaker
A good message was i of this week. The Troop Committee boys and to our community and i
entire Intermediate De- last Friday night at the Taber1nacle. urday. Pumps and water pipes 4 Gainesville were guests over the the event one long to be tememeied. especially appreciates the Nation.
ent. were frozen People were running 'week-end of Mr. and Mrs D. W. About 150 are expected I !
A fine group braved the > people cooperation donations nf the The February Court of Review
next Sunday morning ther cold weather to. come out and I here and there looking for J Moore to attend. Bradford County Telegraph not will be held in the Church Schoolrooms

| will administer the Sac- worship. water. The winter gardens were Mrs S. W. Griffith and little On Friday night the Senior only for the present event but for of the Methodist Church I

it of the Lord's Supper. The Last Sunday night the service ."ft...rd hit a wee k ago; b u t were .eon Donald left Friday for their Scouts (boys having reached their thin paper's continued support of Tuesday night, February 6 at
tiual of the Methodist Churche finally destroyed Friday, Saturday I home In Miami after visit of i
a will hold the first
was in charge of the Rev. G. E.Cutshaw. 5th birthday) Scouting throughout the year. 7:30: o'clock. All Troop Commit
used. who is now living in and Sunday nights. Farmersare everal weeks with Mrs. Griffith's Senior Scout party of the TroopIn Lets. all boost Scouting and makeIt teemen are urged to be present d
the Sunday evening service Starke. He used the story of bringing out their plows, preparing parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Sul- the Community house. These mean Increasingly more to our at this meeting.
ary 4, the famous temper- to turn under their ruined ivan.:
David and Goliath coupled with
play "Ten Nights in a Bar- plants and frozen ground for new
the 6th chapter of Ephesians to Friends of D. W Moore will be
." in talking picture forme planting. Reports are that the A
emphasize the fact that we needto lorry to hear that he Is seriously C
presented at 7:30: o'clock have on the armor of God. Also roads are breaking and cracking i 11 In St Luke's Hospital in Jack- I
operation with the other on tile sides and developing holes -
that we should fight the battle in onvllle. We wish him a speedy I
hes of the community. God's way. To Terrain from', in the center, caused from freezing recovery and safe return home. Iv"
night after night. Clyde
mingling with the enemy and to Howard Moore of Belle Glade _
< Kelly the water was frozen
be true to His cause. I i I says arrived here Sunday night to beat
fflce attraction several hard in his mule lot until he yt
yearse r Last Monday night there came, the bedside of his father, D. W,
drama has been remark-! !could I carry his 180 pounds across ajL'
to the Tabernacle one of the most Moore 1 r
popular as a special featurey 'It. ]f that's not freezing weatherIn
interesting and unique groups: dt1
Othma Sullivan visitor to
was a
rallies Is?
In all parts of the Brooker what Everybodyis
ever to come to Starke. The I Ocala Sunday
ry. wishing for summer, f
I I I twelve children of the Rev. Wm. Mr. and Mrs. H. I). May were t t1i'
ter a thorough survey of all \ Mr. and Mrs. Harmon Morgan ta
able speakers and program accom-panied I spent the week-end in Wllllston! 'visitors to Starke Saturday.

res the Anti-Saloon League"'I with Mrs. Morgan's parents. Riley Wasden of Graham was a

merica selected this picture \I,''ed a program of music and testimony The- :Mrs W. O. Silcox of Starke visitor at Theresna Friday after- 4gj ( J'"e
that was inspiring.
e best method of bringing spent last week with her daughter Toon. k K i
ranee information to per- Tabernacle was taxed to' Its capacity Mis. Muriel Norman. Mrs. D. W. Moore and son,
to accommodate the large 1 Toward; and Miss Willie Maude
of all ages.addition Mrs. Vera Collins of Jackson
to the picture there crowd that came to hear them. It ville Is spending a few days with Lopez: visited Mr. Moore at St.

b two brief talks by O. O is hoped that they will be able to her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. P, Luke's: Hospital Tuesday.

tgau of Washington D. C. return soon and render another Gainey. Odls Hardee of Olustee, Mr. .

first preceding the film, will service. The Rev. and Mrs. O. E. McCauley ind Mrs. Arthur Hardee of Lake
the young people and child- Next Friday and Sunday nights Mr. and Mrs. Hardy Mrs Butler and Hugh! Sullivan of
there will be services in the Tab- Jrooker attended the funeral of ,d Lt E Er Ex
on reasons for total abatln- G. B. Colaon Miss Lubedia Pin. ;
and the second to adults will ernacle Interesting Bible studies holster Mrs. S. M. Baird and Mr. heir Grandfather, Andrew .Sul-

with the modern liquor prob.mission will be presented at these services. and Mrs. Lonnie Parker went to I Ivan Friday.

Special music will be provided, Starke Monday night to hear they Mrs. Susie Hardee Is visiting 44; rtc

will I be free to the Fetler Family Orchestra. her son and daughter-in-law, Mr, w ?! a
am here; with an offering /lOOTSEY'SlEACH I Mrs R T. H.izen made a business mIl Mrs. Arthur Ilardee of Lake

the Anti-Saloon League tem- l\y albs Kffle CruwfonlMrs. trip to Gainesville Monday. ,1 Butler.''
ce campaign. WB are very sorry to report Friends of Miss Ida Hagan and
''s service will be another of Darby Ga!'klns was visiting that Mri. P. A. Crosby Is in theAlachua A. L. Sullivan who have been I

cooperative Union services the bedside of her mother, County Hospital very lerlously III In their respectivehomes

frequently by the members, Mrs Charlie Carter of Hellbronn \ seriously 111.SUNNY. here will he glad to know';
last week. : t hat each
pastors of the severalties they lire rapidly improving
B, 'Benton and daughter.
of the community and BROOK FARM
wed by the Starke Mlnls- Lillian of Dover spent the I H, D. May and C. Sullivan were
week-end here with friends: Sirs. Floyd It. CrosbyG
Alliance. the By visitors to Jacksonville Thursday.ENGRAVING .

iayer, meeting will be con- and Mrs relatives.R. N Crawford and son, I M Bennett, J, R. Kelly and >----------.;. ) -
1 Wednesday night at 7:30 William Crosby were business
Johns and James
A. J., Jack
visitors to St. visitors to Keystone Heights Mon-

eating iertlately service following the the Board Pray-of George Howard, Ga.were, last Wednesday. 1 day Floyd afternoon.Crosby and Tate Crosby : .
and Ancil
ardi will assemble for theirar Harvey Charney of Brooker were visitingIn spent last Thursday in Coleman / *(;9T

monthly meeting. The this section Sunday afternoon.JVOODLAn'N .attending to business. i r
man of the board. W. P.1, Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Johns of i

i* urges that all members to Starke were visiting Mr. and Mrs.

esent / Floyd Crosby Sunday afternoon.Mr. ,.
Thursday evening of next By Mrs. Oscar Carter and Mrs Tate Crosby were y

all members of the Young! of recent visitors to Brooker. 7
Jim Hersey
e'. Division are expected to Mr. and Mrs. Sunday here Mr. Collie Crosby spent part

at the Church at 7 o'clock I Jacksonville spent Mr of I last week In Plant City with r

ransportatlon to the regularly with Mr. Hereey's parents, her son. Randolph Crosby.EVERGREEN, ,, V wy
S. Norman. I 5
meeting of the Garfield and Mrs. J. of

League Union. Misses Alma and Lois Johns Mr. A. TilE FINEST THAT

the Monday members afternoon of the Woman's at 3 o'- A.Jacksonville Thompson were Sunday visiting, By \1'11.: F. A. Hosier I MONEY CAN BUY i Ice-cold Coca-Cola-pure, wholesome -
Mr.\ and Mrs Dalton Carter
ty for Christian Service will The Rev. H. M. Tillman of
for their regular monthly daughter.Carter.Louise were, and shopping grandson.In Jacksonville( was visiting' B E. I VISITING CARDS I and delicious-has made the

!cordial meetings.invitation to Starke Saturday.S. of Lawtey. was Rosier Miss:Monday Louise Rosier was visiting I WEDDING pause that refreshes America's favor- .
H. Thompson
and visitors is mem-j ,
Mrs. Craig Glisson and Mrs.

Church. Christian law visiting Mr.his and son Mrs.and A.daughter-in-A. Thompson. Claude John at the State Farm!! I INVITATIONSKIRTH I ite moment. Everybody welcomesthe
and a warm welcome awaits Thursday,

>o will come. Saturday. of Miami is Mrs, J. M. Rosier spent Sunday I I I refreshed feeling-the happy .
I S. B. Thompson t : ,
<:W TRAIN SCHEDULE visiting his brother A. A. Thompson with her mother 'Mrs. J. s.\\ ANNOUNCEMENTSi I
Northbound here this week. after-sense of complete refreshment
Is Mr. and Mrs. J. Q. Rosier any: y
Leave 5:28: A. M. Stops Mrs. Eliza Hill of Plant City SYMPATHY

92 Leaves 6:23 A. M. Flag 1 I visiting friends and relatives here Jacksonville.daughter) Coy spent Saturday In ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS I Coca-Cola always brings.

108 Leaves 5:36: P. :M. Flag for a short time. I
killed Miss Lorene Rosier and Jimmy
102 Arrives 1:50: P. M. The cold weather here! has THE PAUSE THAT RE FRES
cabbage." turnips Lee of Woodlawn spent Sunday i
of the
Southbound most Rosier. t Bradford County
with Louise and Clarice
|1 Leave 11:35: P. M. Stops and everything The strawberriesare Borneo UNDER AUTHORITY or THI COCA. OIA co. BY
Mr. and Mrs. Russell Redding I
91 Leave 10:53 M. Flag all red and some are black. Telegraph] I
: P. of the cold weather and Horace Redding were visitors I I STARKE COCA-COLA BOTTLING CO.r .

lOT Leaves 9:30: A. M. Flag We hope most to Starke Saturday. I, _,_ .. -. _ow ,
lOl Leaves 7:00 A. M. Stops ia gone for good.


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Bradford drawn into any plot to overthrow their Crop DamageReported I may be saved although retarded, Andrew' Sullivan John L. Vall ::
The County elegraphE"tabllshoo :t"d
.; government the government that main- HeavyIn Flowers and plants were killed ,
by the cold wave all over Floridaas Died LastVeek John L. Van Amii
E"tabllshoo 1877 tains them in a state of comfort and well- South Florida i the freezing temperatures hungon tlonal guidance instrocur 49'

being unknown to the armed forces of any for the eleventh day. It was Andrew Sullivan born and Civilian Conservation 0J
PubllHhod Weekly on Frl
: Class, Matter at the I'ont Office at Sturke Fla. I grower would suffer losses running Central Florida had experiencedIn home there Wednesday, January uary 21, In Lake City sundae 1)
.j "If there are others who are contemplating -| Into many millions of dollars years and it was the longest 23, at 8 o'clock p. m, after an been on his new

MEMBER organizing a revolt against the government was assured this week as first cold'spell ever recorded In this Illness of about three months. He two months, but assUnm had DJ
hasty estimates were made of state. was 84 years of age.
been with the
n they would do well to stop now and damage resulting from freezesdurini' I Funeral services held at Veteran' rv
i |RID\PRESS ASSOCIAnQN \ Hard Ilon rj reflect. If they can't cope with a handful of the coldest January in the Such fragll things as flowers two o'clock Friday afternoon at two years. Par

I 34twczkL Ottc411re \j G-men how can they hope to overcome a history of the state. were not the only casulties. How- Hope Baptist Church near Ther- Mr. Van Anda was .,
cold essa with the Rev. Mr. Huyman Br,
Climax of the
E. L. Matthews -.-____ Editor and Owner powerful and well-established national government which has beselged the entire ever. Hard limerock roads in Pastor of Orange Heights Bap- of Iowa State College whi'
North and North Central Florida
received his Masters
._ .. Degree>
---' -
-- ?
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-- --- -- tist Church officiating. Inter-
country was reached Saturdayand suffered dam-
+ apparently severe was a member of
; SUBSCRIPTION RATE when the tem- ment was in the church cemetery the Am,
i O Sunday nights age from the cold. Freezing tem- Legion, the Veterans
1.50 Six Months 75o-Payable In Advance perature dropped to as low as ten Immediately after the funeral of R,'
Yearly, $ ; Voters Can Soon RegisterFor peratures night after night caused Wars, and the Methodist
degrees above zero in a few partsof services. Pallbearers were: H. ci
them to buckle and crumble.
j Advertising Rate on ApplicationA Survivors are his
Privilege of Casting A Ballot widow
the state. Then heavy traffic over the slag May D. J. Phillip E. W. Hayes '
j; -- .-- Registration books open in the various The frigid weather was blamed surface churned the top layers Into Garfield Johns, Earl Owens and live Clellis near of Starke Waycross, and tll'O',

Call To Prayer for at least three deaths as Floridians fine A. O. Andrew.Mr. Qa
county precincts Monday and it is hoped that a powder. Lyman of Starke. He la al'vlved
.. Sullivan is survived by a
Goes Out To Everyone and Winter visitors triedto Automobiles In the Ocala section by his mother
every person eligible to do so will registerso daughter. Mrs. Susie Hardy and and CQoter.
keep warm
were covered with the powderand Leola of
.1 r You are invited to join in a fellowship that he or she will be qualified to cast a heating facilities. motorists reported the roads by a half-brother, G. P., Neal both seven brothers..Nebraska Frank ;FIeI tt I!

of the world around, on the World Citrus Badly Hurt of Theressa., ]
prayer ballot in the spring primaries. were cracking and breaking on and Merrill of California', r
t Day of Prayer, February 9. The service will Meteorologist E. S. Ellison head I the sides and developing big holesin Active up until his last illness Van Anda of South )Oiikota"
tv' Citizens who have not previously reg- of the Federal-State Frost Warning Mr. Sullivan was a successful ,
the center. Highway maintenance ett Van Anda of
Church at Nebiask
be held here at the Presbyterian farmer by occupation and was a
istered are reminded that the primaries now Service said the cold-which : men at Ocala said many Ralph Anda of Iowa.
t, 3 p. ranged from 10 degrees above roads have to be rebuilt member of the Baptist Church. !
m.This come thirty days earlier in the year than zero near DeLand and 17 degrees might Key-McCabe Funeral Home of Funeral services were

invitation to take part in the an- they did under the old law, and that conse In uncultivated parts of the Everglades Trees Not KilledIt Jacksonville had charge of. arrangements Thursday afternoon. Janus
: nual World Day of Prayer should be heeded was reported that fruit trees at two o'clock in Waycroi-
i quently the registration books will close a to 42 degrees at Key West,
"probably were not hurt so much"since with American
by in Bradford County who is the southernmost city In the Legion rite!!
every person month earlier. I
they were In better condi- the direction of Ware County
j concerned with conditions i i prevailing Americans should appreciate the privilege United damage"States-did to the citrus"very crop heavy"just tion to stand the cold than were Hunting Ends No... 10. Interment was :Inland

throughout the world today. the trees hit by the December,?) After Short SeasonThe Cemetery.
that they enjoy-that of choosing the about wiped out" the vegetable!:
1934. freeze. However, some treesin
The World Day of Prayer is sponsored men who govern their county, state, and na harm"and and to"unquestionably South Florida's did great the northern part of the citrus 1039-1940 hunting season in Glee Club Here

by the National Committee of Church Women tion. Everyone who can possibly do so cane crop. sugar. belt may have suffered damageto Bradford County closed Wednes

who voiced the following message in mak- should be eager to register so that he can These crops have a market their foliage. day. January 31. 15 days earlier Tickets to the finest T.
With the fruit Itself It was a than usual in accordance with the entertainment to appear ins'
value of hundreds of millions of
ing the call for the event: himself through his ballot in the
express dollars annually. The shipping 'dIfferent story. Oranges, grape- "special act affecting Bradford in several years go on sale1'
I "Let us pray for a personal realizationof spring primaries. season was well under way, when fruit and tangerines were frozenin County as passed by the 1939 to the general public TinEd

God's presence in our every-day lives: O the unusually long and severe virtually all sections of the citruS State Legislature The specialact Class of the First Meti

that lie may create in each of us a spirit of What Is Time?- cold wave moved into the State belt. There was ice on treeson also banned hunting except on Church is sponsoring the ap'
from the northwest. Exact figureson both high and low ground. Monday Wednesday and Fridayof ance in the Woman's Clubtorium
such compelling good will that out from us Most Precious of All PossessionsWe losses were unavailable todayas There were reports of orangesIn each week. i February 9 of the V

may shine forth a new revelation of His do not know who wrote this, nor growers explained that some the Ridge and the Orlando sec-i Judge E. K., Ferryman said city of Florida Glee Club, t

compassion and His love for all mankind-in where it was first printed, but it carries a cold damage does not show up tion which were frozen so tight I hunting license sales for this sea- the country's foremost' cho>
son tell short of last season's total composed of 40 ,male' voice
of loss
immediately and part the they cracked open when they were
;. and in word( and in deed.
thought message that should benefit everyone who can be averted by speedy market- dropped on the ground. sales; only 278 state and coun- The varied musical piogn:
"Let for strength to overcome ty. licenses being sold as comparedwith
us pray reads it: Ing. Cabbage UnaffectedThe gins at 8 o'clock. Tickets
the which Rush Fruit To Murkot v 333 state and county licenses for school children and 3,,
s sinister forces are working against With the setting of the sun, your hopesof Winteovegetable: crop-
sold for the 1938-1939
r the Kingdom of God in this world : that we Citrus growers and packers declined grown largely In the mucklands of season. adults and may be had frc
yesterday died out. All right. That was The Judge described the "three
to estimate the extent of the Everglades around Lake Okee- member of the Co-Ed Cls-
may keep unbroken our world-wide Chris- yesterday. Things didn't materialize the the damage to the huge orange, chobee In Broward and Dade :,days a week" hunting law as responsible from Carpenter's Drug Ston
tian with the church of God ./grapefruit and tangerine for the i educed sales as Florida Bank at Starke
fellowship way you dreamed they would. All right crop. Counties along the Gulf coast and :
They said they were too busy attempting many school-age youths can only Bradford County
in of Central Floridawashard
throughout the earth, cherishing each bond parts
again. Now-the present hour-is today. hunt on Saturdays and Sundaysand
to salvage what they hit one week when the Co-Ed Class will bt
t'i' which binds earnest followers of Christ together Yesterday bears no relation to it, except, could by getting their best fruitto cold wave first swept ago into the consequently did not buy to tle 40 University men ,;

in instant, mutual trust. perhaps, the relation that a nightmare bearsto mnrket before the weather pertinsula. First reports Monday licenses since they could not-hunt I Itself at a supper Febrmm!

.: "Let us pray for wisdom in all that we the morning after. Forget all about moderates' and deterioration fol indicated that what was left had on these two d"ys." 6 o'clock p. m., Mrs. D. r
yes- lows.One been wiped out over the week-end. renter, teacher of the cla,!
do or say, for growing awareness of God'spurpose terday .. it. is dead and buried in the State citrus Inspector explained : : Dade County growers estimated Prince May Build flounced

for the world : realizing we must cemetery of time. that the fruit "Is perfectlyall I their losses at between 7000.000 9 More Homes

41 lead our own nation to repent forbear, for- Today is alive. Are you? Well, then, and right marketed In every before way"the If weather picked I and $10,000,000 while BiowardI ins to F H. A. specific,!
give in word and work of reconciliation I County planters said their damage Construction is nearing comple will consist of two and! thru!'
every get busy! Fling from your shoulders the grows warmer. He added that it might run into $5.000,000: These tion this week rooms and will be mol(
on the first in
r -since we can 'love one another' only by would taste all right and not be a
depressing weight of those hopes that have injurious to health.Weatherman figures represented market valueof group of small homes which F, E. priced. Ben Hall .la the cot

j refusing all hatreds and by seeking the minds not come true. Stand erect. Man, the worldis Ellison said it was crops. Prince, Miami business man. tor.

of Christ to govern our spirits. yours You have just as much claim on its "a frE'ez8.of.- serious proportions" losses Field men'reported "very heavy" plans to build on his Weller St.
to all truck
in all
a "Let us pray for the coming of God's and was "as great or ureater" crops property FRESH FISH
good the
things---on things you've longedfor sections. Only some i
strawberries The new house is small and Is
than the free?*, of 1931 which did At All Tli
Kingdom here on (earth! as we enter into a and prayed for-as the other fellow has. extensive damage to the fruit celery and cabbage appeared to very attractively designed from a

fellowship of suffering with the millions of This hour has been' handed to you as a crop. i.KtergliKleft. t have weathered the freeze. plan that has proven very. popular SIIRUIPOYSTER

; those in peril and in terror and in sorrow, in gift from the overflowing'storehouse : Suffer Too I The weatherman also said he on the East Coast. As soon .
of Because. of, the fertility of the !: believed: there had been extensive au it Is disposed of Mr. Prince will
every nation on earth. eternity.; What are you doing with it? An- muckland soil some of the Winter -! harm done the big sugarcane start construction on another, and Eat More
Naught but good can come from crop in the Everglades. Muchof so on until he eventually builds Food for lie<
a service swer that. Moping? Growling? Despairing? vegetable crops destroyed by1! I
ii with such laudable aims, and it is hoped For shame the cold wave can be replaced by'replanting. the crop has not been harvestedand : ten houses If the demand war MAGNOLIAFISH
plantings were heavier this rants.
that the response to the call next week will God has favored you with another)i I and some of. the Some lute truck citru crops--crops)), Season than ever before. The houses will be built accord- MARKETPRIEST'S :

r, be gratifying. n chance to make good. lie has given you to. =-weie: not ready for market and:i'! ..,

v day. Prove your appreciation by making it

A Fantastic Plot a stepping stone to happier, worthier tomorrows POLITICAL !

I Furnishes Food For Thought ANNOUNCEMENTS i

The arrest recently by Federal Bureau O I

of Investigation operatives of seventeen persons Worst Freeze In Years T nnnoiinre mv rantlitlnev, for li,
Circuit Judge of the Kltfhth Judicial! Isth ANNIVERSARY
!in New York brought to light a plot Fails To "Down" Florida Growers; Circuit.., t>f )"'IorIhl., In 111'0111', on., .
{ and l ,11<-" the mipport of all demouiutlo -
that for sheer madness has had no equal in Walter P. Fuller in his "Weekly Fin- vlrctiiiH In lh." IMO \1'1 I1H4I'Y.I I
Il. "K K-:>:ll1I1T. Specials Now On SaleS
modern times-if ever. The culprits, to- ancial News of the State" summed up the

gether with a few small groups of confed- year just closed in a few terse sentences as of I Supervisor am -nmlMite of, ItPtff for strut the Ion office'of' P E C IAL !

erates in other cities, had formulated a plot follows: I the Bradford. rmnrratlr County Primary Flurlda l NiiMctt and re-lot| RAYON UNDIES

;t, overthrow the United States Government, 1939 Florida's ( Kl>* was biggest year since "upl'ort. Pail 25c Big Assortment Panties 1
to assassinate a dozen congressmen, and to 1926. JAMK I H.P. HtU MNO:: ;4WOIlTH. 8 Qt. Galvanized Pail 15c

seize the strongholds of the army I They also 1939 was Florida's soundest year since fight year atrn the good| peopleof 10 WHITE GOODS SALE
Bradford l Qt. Tin Dairy Pan
elected 9c
fonnty me to _
planned to bomb
principal centers of industry 1923. li C'onnty Judas, and for seven
t and yearH I hays Helved. them In an .r. 4 Qt. Tin Dairy Pail 9c 72x90 Sheets each 35
cripple transportation facilities. 1939 was ten to fifteen percent better ficient and .tI"r"lory ", manner: _'

The plot, according to Federal agents who than 1938. and at at the an.mime. extremely limn operated low runt thoffliB FELT BASE 42x36 Pillow Cases* each 1
the tax uiytfH| Therefore., wit c..r''
have had the men under watch for sometim'e If he had written his summary a weekor hsellaIIon, 1 hereby announce 80x90 Striped Bedspread 4

4 was to culminate in the setting up ofa so later Senator Fuller could have added ask re-elcrtlon for loinHiippoit an County,,, and Judge' vote., ands 6x9 Feet $1.69 Large Turkish Towels ..I 1
M. K. I'i':ItilYJi.1N::,
dictatorship in this country patterned after that January 1910 was Florid 's worst'''i County Judge iI j Beautiful Patterns, asstd.

that of Nazi Germany. freeze in many, many years.' I I To the inter; of Bradford; CoiinlvI : YARD GOODS
fl Some of the best comment we have read Losses of millions of dollars in I I 1 dllll for te-elertlon xuuuunee myself to the offli-e a rnndl of* BUY NOW AND SAVE

: on the incident was contained in the Tarpon citrus growers and truck farmers revenueto will J elected$Sheriff., and I promlne If nominated to continue end, my reJ 36in LL Druid 'Sheeting
undoubtedly -!, effortM to Hive a clean, | Plain Clothes Pins Doz. 2'ic' '
Springs Leader whose editorial columns be felt during the next few honent I' .. I lintmrtlHl.. and "roter..lv"1 I yard 7'/c

stated that "It is difficult to concefve of months, but it will take more than that to1 I law nilnlHtrallon. 1 eainetttly and enforcement xollcit your of up-the Wash Boards, Reg. Size 29c 36 in. Curtain Scrim, all col

: such folly. Surely the persons behind the down Florida's plucky growers. Already the port. A 0..tNanlvj:: i SHRUBBERY yard 5c

plot must have a short and narrow perspec- farmers of South Florida / ,
are t wish to 36 in.
announce that I am Outing 1
a yard
;. tive. Such an ambition could be conceivedand plowing under their frozen and candidate for the office of ('( Roses Azaleas Ligustrum -
crops plant- CnmmlMHloner from IMstrht. lunt"l and -'
nurtured only in dense ignorance of the ing them anew. Citrus growers are keepinga earnestly Vol.,.... solicit the support of other yard plants are now G O W N S
vastness and might or the United States and stiff lip and M. O. i on ,
upper are salvaging what
h the loyalty of its people. There is, of course, can from their frostbitten groves. No they one I hereby announce my fJAnHFLI"j rnndldacv' sale. All plants sold in Van H. Beautiful Hand Made Po

some unrest among the unemployed, and has time to have the blues., Everyone is AimeMHor for -elerton of |TaxeM.to the office of Priest Stores are certified Rican Gowns, each 2

there are many who are dissatisfied with keeping too busy. As long With my experience and the results plants.
as have In
growers j the war of tax reduction'
the administration and who talk loudly and this indomnltable 'I during my present SPECIAL !
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:t bitterly about the need for a change. But to grow into a greater and the continued support admlnl..IratiOn.// with and without
even greater If re-elected.' I LORAYNE Napkii
they are talking only of change from year of
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political party to another, and their loyalty O ervlce Thanking.. you mOlt idnrerely for I with and without 12 napkins in a boz, box 1|

k''. to the American constitutional governmentis A "sad but true" item from the Titus- your vu?Your and reHpectfullv upport. I ,am envelopes Ladies Print Aprons, each 1 if

not in ":. W HAVE>*. 10 for 5c
question."If vill Star-Advocate __ Girls Anklets
: Every town needs a man pair .
the plotters were intelligent they with ability and a lot of time on his hands Sincerely Tn the people trimtln of Pradforrt Pountv: 5 for -or---- 5c

4 would realize that before the United States to get behind the community enterprises and $permitted.s y"urkork to continue of th.Irrllit that to I serve mnv yoU t>* 2 for -- .- 5c REMNANTS
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government could be overthrown by forceit put them over. The I. announce my candidacy for thief! During i this i
trouble in most instances f fflf* ntthlect tn f..* i*.vf F>.w.,*r.., 1 for 5c 15th., Anniversary i Sale I
would be necessary to bring about the dis- is that the men with time on their n tic..*M Primary.and I appreciate the klnd- 1 for short lengths and remnants in pi>[|
confidence lOc
affection of the army and navy,-and that hands lack the ability and the fellows with 'all of our people, and shown In return m* bv I -- Roods will be closed out at prices

will not happen. ability don't have the time. have f h..lA.,rendered, nffl.'f, and.yeti| for| n.nn HO ,long,? a tn'*' Select your Valentines Now. low cost.-BUY NOW AND SAVE
"The American render, every service. ant .
people are fortunate in courtesy
In ,
O mv power Your "Watch
t having a form of government that is not When you look at the world in a narrow be appreciated.. A.axxlxtance J. TJroM will AS.'I Priest's Windows For Better Values.During This Sal

', easily upset. Periodical changes of administration way how narrow it seems! When If elected' I'khonl-- ,I

make no essential difference in look at it in a mean how you from IHxIrU-t Three flour I will member dincharire .- Van H. Priest
way, mean it is Co.
governmental functions. my duty to the very h..t of
4' And the army and When you look at it selfishly how mv' *MIIM> nor b4.' ,, v -
selfish it for the
navy-the finest and unmerited t.eneflt of
best-equipped fighting is But when look any |>er..on. lint will stand
you at it in strictly
men in the world-are interested only in a broad, generous adminLtrR'lnn.foe' an economical. bu>liien' >-llke $X' Stores
t, friendly! spirit, what a wonderful make Bradford I will strive. tn I PRIETBMTO|
rotecting their country and could County outnlandlnv
never be place it is !Author Unknown. (n educational work, and. will ap [ CLYDE
preciate' your support. STARKE FLJ
(). C. KELLY. ,

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