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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 9, 1940
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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HE SIXTY-TWO 8TAIUUC, FLORIDA FRIDAY, FKBKUARY 9, 19-10 NUMBER FIFTEEN ,




Cooking Rate I The Cold Is Gone, WPA To ResumeRecertification Candidates Are Announcing if



roved But Memory Lingers On

Earlier Than Usual
Although It is 11 i

} hoped that the Of Clients
sday Night i ; : worst of winter


[Bond Trustees Will r' t o Is r over d-b rea the king rec- Applications To lie J JI I Executive CommitteeSets Qualifies In Race 1940 Campaign '


I Probably Give It ;' ,d cold month Is of still last a Taken One pay Per I AssessmentsThe As Delegate |

f Week At Office Here Gives PromiseOf
O. 1C
Official Mondayn topic of conversation Democratic Executive Com- T. Frank Landrum, well-known

t ja +., and will mittee of Bradford County met Starke attorney, yesterday qualified +
to Increase Starke'stic t Resumption of certification for
effort
t be for years to in the courthouse afternoon
n Wednesday with Secretary of State R.
WPA relief work will In
of electric- begin Excitement
consumption
co m e. Picturedat and set the assessment fee A Gray Tallahassee as candidate -
Council and the Bradford County on February 7,
tie City City at left la Wanda
,. for county candidates at two oar- for Delegate -
Trustees In a joint meeting '! according to an announcement by i
f Pearce, highlyphotogenic cent of the annual compensation to the Few
Kenneth Van DerHulsedirector( UnopposedAs
e City Hall Tuesday night, to + +
young of the office to which they seek National Democratic
Ively agreed on the lowest ;f i daughter of :Idrs. of State Welfare 'District No. 5, election. This Is the maximum Convent May Primary

.Ical rate ever enjoyed here, 1t t Bertha Pearce as' with headquarters .at' Green Cove amount allowed under state law. Ion from Looms Just Ahead i

ie that 'actually will be she poses amid, Springs. 1 1S
( The filing fee required by the the Second
lowest rates In the i Because of the Umited number
the 14A c. "t' j'4 the Icicles oa a I state Is three percent, making a 2 o ngreasional Promise of some exceptionally

1 pine tree here' of social workers!! available, applications total of five percent which must District I of spirited contests for various county ,

new rate, applying to do- e t : during the coldest from Jt hose desiring be paid by candidates in order to Florida.In offices Is seen In the fact that

consumption only and not ; II day of the- WPA employment will be received quality. Bradford candidates are announcing ;

paines* concerns, will be two: 'k ,",,.. year. Wanda only on Wednesday each weekat making much earlier this year than '

ne-fourth cents per kilowatt I # _______ w' managed a warm the* welfare office.; In Starke Members of the executive the committee ) his announcement they did in the elections of 1938 +

for an electricity used in'"ex- smile In spite of from 8:30 a., m. un U 4 p m. present at meeting Mr. and 1936. t
: were: W B, Alexander, chairman
pf 100 kilowatts. The price i 't ,. the fact that Ice Only persona who have not J. M. Alvarez, Mrs. W E. Middle-; Landrummated ,The first formal announcementby lE

first 100 kilowatts remains water trickled previously been certified. for work a county candidate
e ton. C. B. Roberts, L R,. Gainey, that he In 1938 wasnot
11 cents kilowatt' down her neck. relief will to certified at this made
ame: per ; ? until March 4 In spite
? N C, Sullivan, and J. I* Harrell. Is In favor of
he first 35. 9 cents for the: February started time by the State lw'elfare Board, of the fact that the first primary

Eedlng 35, and 6 cents per r' ;nett+ :t t Off following the WPA having arranged throughIts drafting PreslT. had been moved up a month from

latt between 71 and 100 kilo- a closely In tu .h e I own social work staff to re SpectacularGoal F Land rum dent Roosevelt June to May. Only one formal

t, where the new 'rate will y,'; footsteps of Its I certify those who have been drop- ShootingThe for a third term as Presidentof announcement! had been made at'

j into effect. Total bills will predecessor with ped from .the rolls.: the United States. "I believe this time In 1936 but that was

[receive a 10 percent discountId temperature below -:, WPA certification was discontinued Starke Independent\ Basketball that Roosevelt Is the best quail- back when the primary came in

on or before the seventh 32 degreeson by tbe, State Welfare Team lost 81 to 77 to the fled man to serve as President June.

he following month. the first four I Board in June of last year as an I Cedar Key Independents In a during these times of stress and A survey of the Telegraph's ?

i the joint meeting all coun- mornings of the economy measure, so that such fast, clone game in the Armory unsettled world conditions," Mr; announcement column this week

fen except O. L. Beasley were month. funds as were available could be i here Tuesday night The visitors Landrum mild. shown a total of 14 county can-- (

Int. including. A. Bishop, used In the payment of Old Age,I had as member of their team In addition to serving two terms dictates have formally announced

Hoover, W. M.' Edwards, and rJIW, Assistance, Aid to the Blind and' Red Eetha. ox-University of FIor as mayor of Starke. the young attorney through/ yesterday.

Canova. The three city ((37 Aid to Dependent Children At!,Ida, bueketball! star who mada 47 him ierve.1 several terms Dim L. Hoover, young member ,

trustees, E. H. Smith, H. L. 'f that time approximately 25,0001,1 lof the 77 points chalked up for ao president of the Young Democratic of the City Council of Starke announced

ilee and R. J.. Davis", were persons had been certified to the'; the Ci'dar Key quintet Club of Bradford County, "as candidate ''for the office

int.le WPA for whom no, Jobs had been:': On the homo team was George and has always taken an active of county judge of Bradford a
reduced rate will not be of- provided ( Manasmi. who made the basket 26 i
; % j Interest In the affairs of the i Uly final until the 'Bond Trus- t Resumption' of certification was times, Hoi Long, Theodore liar.I Democratic Party dent of Bradford County and ',

I formally approve it at their es, made! possible, according to announcement I I t dirt, who scored 17 points, Art- made his debut In politics when ,

ping Monday night. The new w _&, *' _ of Stale Welfare, ford Brown and Everett McKln- For County Judge he campaigned fcarreiutfully for a

b Is being made in the hope sv, Commissioner C. ,C, Cod rlngton,, ney. The visiting players were place on the City Council In 1938.

( more homes will Install elac- by the use! of part, of the funds; Betha, Cliff Whlddon, Rowlnnd. Ralph Alvarez, well-known '

g stoves, water heaters, and previously! paid as old age assistance Rogers, and Wadley. :young man engaged In the shipping 1
Ir electrical apparatus which to nearly 000 aliens who
of stated
produce that he
I now be as economical, as were removed; from!. the rolls on P.-T. A.
SponsorsFree will
at
announce formally an early
'
liar apparatus depending'uponr January 1 as by' a legislative ?
date HS candidate for
Representative
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> types of energy. amendment to the state welfareact Health ShowMrs. A t
f 'J } + to the State Legislature from
is expected the pew rate will -N which prohibited the granting '

nto effect M.rch laM', the of such assistance/ ,except; to citizens K.! M.. Duvls, chairman of Ilradford the lncumbent'GeuH County. He :will Inman.oppose

"wlU, ..41'APrS't..4py':: ,, ',4; d of..theUnltedUSates.,. the Health Committee of the Par The "of' Supervisor ofReglstrutioa'7rs
office
"'. 'T)1I> isetf. a pecodd price About 50 .additional visitors" ent-Teachers! All'l"lat1n,. a n, attracting considerable '

bction within a,, year on the have been employed oftr the Mate nounced>esttr4fty 'tnatTW afrc attention'
/ following the announcement
of electricity Starke.. GlngefTy( testing for WPA certification exclusively, motion picture will be shown at
the iceln'-the scene above Is young Joan 'of N, D. Wainwright,
the school'' house Thursday night, k
of "Mr. and Mrs. Junius M. Smith. the present welfare staff, already veteran In Bradford
Carpenter, lively daughter public figure
reduced In numbers having no February 15, at 7:30: o'clock, ..+' wit
lullet Barbecue This small sample of the way Nlngra Falls! must look when It time for the additional work. I' Health, and hygiene principleswill "i'4' County political I circles, that he

took at the fish pool In the yard of Dr.. and will not be a candidate for re-
freezes up place The Intake office at Starke for be brought out In the entertainment g'
election. Mr.
has
Mrs. W. E. Middleton. WPA certification will be located and there will also be : enviable record Wainwright of ; service an J
public
some travel pictures, Mi''. Davis
Denmark's Furniture
Store
over i
inters InterestYoung _fi_ .J" ..- _..m.-- said in Bradford. County, having served (' I
a* tax assessor for 32 years, rppI'OsentatlvO' -
'World, Day of The public Is Invited to' attend,
I Sad True the two
But
10 legislature
<
Democrats Prayer'j ; and school children! and their
This AfternoonThe hiving been
and
years, supervlHorof
especially urged to
He Saw His Shadow parents are
Expect A Record registration since 1937, He
the show,
see
"World Day of Prayer" will was appointed by Governor Cone
Crowd At Event '
be observed here this afternoon 1 Better buy another cord of
following the resignation of ". C,
the will (Friday) 'at three o'clock with a wood. World's Tallest Man Wall.
Although atmosphere *
service In the Presbyterian The groundhog saw his shadow. DON I,. HOOVER
J. F. Klckllter announced
bUess be charged with politics : To Visit Starke as a
e will be no long-winded cam- Church. The public is urged to ; I The sun was fairly bright almost candidate 'for the office ot'auper.
which has all day lust Friday, February -:
attend the
program visor of registration, the first
speeches at the Young Dem- almost +a0 New AllotmentsFor
2. making it certain
tic fish barbecue Thursday been carefully prepared by womenof time that he line ever offered himself -
In Starke. r'm that the groundhog would see his
various churches :
the
tit, February, 15. This pro- ( shadow'no matter what hour he, Vegetables for any' public office. Mr.
was made' yesterday by T This interdenominational .service t Klckllter has been in business in
chose to from his
emerge mythical
nk Landrunu president of the has been observed locally for hole. Commercial vegetable allot' Starke for many years and has a

|dford County organization. tee past four years, and today meats amounting to 2,2602 acres wide circle of friends throughoutthe
the
old tradition
According to ,
Ife want everybody to have a again everybody is asked to par were sent out to growers yesterday county.It .

I time" Landrum stated, "ande ticipate either in the open sanctuary ; the groundhog comes out on Feb- l from the office of County was also rumored this week

will be plenty of .time to of his own church or at the ruary 2 to look around and get a -0 r'i Agent T. K. McCIi ne. These were that City Clerk Carl Johns wouldbe

special service. Each church In t' lineup on the earliness or latenessof for all farms which were In the candidate for the
n to campaign speeches dur- j Y. a supervisorjob
r spring. If he sees his shadow,
the next ten weeks.: Of the city has been requested to 1039 Agricultural Conservation although he made no definite
he frightened and darts
becomes
leave its doors open during the Program and a few of the new announcement. James Holllngit-
se, if some of the boys simply
back Into his hole. Six more
,
lit on getting up to say a few day so that worshippers may en- 'i farms signed up early this fall. worth announced! several weeks
weeks of cold is the result. How- ,
Mr. McClAne stated thAt allotments -
ls ter for a period of prayer.
[< we can hardly"refuse to
ever, If the day In cloudy and for farms coming Into the ago.Several
them an ear. After all, It'sg The service In the Presbyterian there Is I new aspirants for various -
no disconcerting for the first time thisyear
to be mighty hard for some Church will feature short discussions IIhadow'l program county boards cam forth
Light & Water Plant Superintendent the groundhog stays will be made In the near
Mrs. the weekV., M. Edwards
during
them to paaa up the opporty by Mrs. A. M. Darby.
spring is near nt hand.
of 'addressing a ''gatheringhe I C. H. Allen Mrs. A. Wood, and R. F Clark and helpers future. present chairman of the City

size we, expect to have out Mrs. W. H. K. Pendleton. An j worked almost 21 hours 'a day forecasters Although scoff scientists at the and weather'' These commercial vegetable ,allotments Council, formally announced! a* j
I "busted" water '
has repairing pipes. candidate for County CommlHSlon-
musical the
Thursday night. appropriate program are Issued for pur-
old belief remains, and
the barbecue will be held atm I also teen arranged.Longtime There were more than 200 call many ,... 4 of and er from District Two.J. .
people maintain that the ground- pone computing payments
within the city limits of Starke. I
Wainwrlght's place on H. Fields! stated that he will
hog Is just about as accurate as deductions for the farms under
ital Lake and will be attend- be a candidate for Commissioner
ResidentOf I
other "prediction. Therefore, ,
any the 1940 Agricultural Conservation from Three. Mr. Fields
|by those those District
who like fish
Cone Decries hone I who hoped that winter had
like politics, and those whoa County Dies just about spent Its strength after Program. It a farm does not I Is a well-known building contractor -

good time. Tickets have 'Dirty Politics'Florida'wlll the bitter. January attack, were I exceed Its allotment It will receive r and was candidate for Com
Ada E. Kalch. 67. died wf missioner In the 1938 election.
Miss 14
placed on sale in all partshe > ,
each In that
doomed to disappointment as the Ad'" $1.60 for acre
county and, at the State Wednesday morning, January 31. : go bankrupt,and be : F. Av Scott stated that he will
and are reported .to beIng at her home two miles east of blown to the four winds" unleaa sun last shone brightly 'almost all day /. f a;4'rir d allotment If It has Incurred no announce. soon as a candidate ,for

"like hotcake! I Hampton, following an attack of the people of the State awaken to Friday. .......,, .,.....j 1 other penalties. Farms which ex- member of the School Board from

fob Avant, President of the bronchial pneumonia.Born the need for solidarity of purpose ceed their allotment will Incur a District One. He has been Identified -

g Democratic Clubs of Flor- in Philadelphia, Pa. April and elimination of "dirty'poll.. Deadline, PostponedFor WADLOW AND FRIEND deduction of $20.00 for each acre with school affairs here formallY

and other member of the 22. 1873. Miss Kalch came to tics/," Governor Fred P. Cone Work Sheets Residents of Starke and Brad- planted above the allotment from years having taught school

lal County'organl2atlon have Florida at the age of five with told directors of the Florida State ford County will have a wonderful the soil conservation payment In this county', and also having

pted Invitations to attend. her parents, the late Mr. and Mrs. Chamber of Commerce in Orlando County Agent T. K. McClane opportunity to find out "how due. Farms which do not receive served as a member of the Board>

Wm. Kalch. She had made her recently. announced thin week that the the weather is up there" when a commercial vegetable allotment of Trustees.

uting 'StressedRotary home near Hampton ever since. He fairly shouted when he deadline for taking worksheets on young Robert Wadlow-the tallest mny plant up to three acres of J. V. Edwards of Brooker stat

Survivors are one sister, Mre., charged that Voters. Instead of new farms has been' extended to man In the world comes to commercial vegetables without ed that'he will be a candidate for

and two going to the polls to elect men February 29th. However, all per- Starke for a brief visit Saturday, penalty. Those farms plantingmore member of the Board of County
Clara Stone of Hampton, than three acres of com- Bond Trustees from District Five. y
with "clean hands", permitted the .
he sons wanting to enter new farms February 17.Towering
beginning of Nationalt brothers, L. R. Kalch of Hamp- mercial vegetables without an allotment Incumbents who formally announced .
return to office year after year of In the 1940 Agricultural Conservation 8 feet 8 1-4 Inches In
[ Week was observed at the and Clifford Kalch of Miami. the voters knew and will be subject to the this week were: C. AKnight
ton men whom were Program are urged to get his stocking feet weighing
Club Wednesday with a mentioned deduction of I.
above L.
for tax collector
by G. B. Anchors District Six: neices and three nephews also doing anything but representing them listed as soon as possible. 491 pounds, this 21-year.old giant above
the Interests of the people. These new worksheets will be will be In front of Sternberg'sStore $20.00 for each acre planted Conner for County Commissionerfrom
fit Commissioner of the North survive. the three acres. District Two; and E. J. H
ida The Governor decried the lack taken at the County Agent' office between the hours of 3:30: to
Council. Eagle Scouts held Sun-
>k Funeral services were of unity in Florida declaring that In the Courthouse. It will be 4:30: p. m. He IH shown in the All vegetable crops grown for Lewis as School Board member
| Robinson. Ill Arch Thomas
,
afternoon at two o'clock from market Including sweet potatoes, from District Three.
day above standing beside an
to take work picture
|and Michael Dew were guests when one section of the State got Impossible any new
Mr. Lewis stated, "If elected I
Christian Church sized tomatoes, sweet corn cantaloupes
man.
sheets 29th., according -
the Hampton after February average
lie club at this time. It desired, other sections -
Eaglet something
fair conscientious and
,
other truck a
and all promise
O. Smedly of Pen- to the regulations. Wh..n Robert was born he was strawberries
Rev.
[ Emu Hayes could not at- with the Interment I Immediately raised a cry of Farmers whORe farms were In just an ordinary Infant of 8 1-2 crops are classed as commercial ;,, equitable administration of the

ardent ny Farms officiating. opposition and protest. the 1939 program.and who will pounds, but at the age of six vegct blen. However, water- j office to the best of my ability,"
[n
booster of Scouting' followed In the Santa Fe Ceme- The 68-year-old chief executive Increase or decrease their months his weight had Increased melons, shipping corn, cowpeas

fry Anchors, of ,the discussed organization the early'and tery under the direction of Jhe warned his hearers that If civic acreage for 19IO are also farm I to 30 pound By some mystery and any crop grown for home use I| Four Schools Close

Key-McCabe: Funeral Home' clubs and business men did not quested to notify the County'of, nature, his weight and height: are not clawed as commercial';

dally of emphasized the sign bearers were: "X. O. ,do something to clean up politics Agent's office of this as soon a*' have Increased steadily ever since vegetables. Farmers having any] Tour Bradford County schools
nce the pall
Twelfth Scout Low Active
several Inches concerning th!ae allotments -I,will end their 1939-40 term next
will all will until he Is questions!
Scout U J. C. Hoover, George W I IRabme In Florida. "The good women possible so that records today
Reverent. He Andreu
was I II
Vanderbilt
take broom and that each farm taller than any man who ch41it: are urged to contact Mr. week. They are:
aced I. N Newell. W. H. Griffin I take a hand-they'll a be correct so
to the Rotarians ,
by
office. Hellbronn. Rising, and Lawtey.
and this State clean again:' will the consideration. ever lived. McClane o" his I
btmaster Frank Robinson and B. T Saxon. I sweep get proper I
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( E ;TWO BRADFORD COtJNTV TELIGRAPD.: STARKE, FLORIDA FRIDAY, FEUUCAKv .
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u''.' Activities IIIGIILAND HAMPTONBy I Shamrock were visiting in this BROOKERBy house. A large number of parents of Mr. Hazen's parents, Mr
, By Miss M. K. Crews Miss Ada Nimmo section Sunday afternoon. Mrs. L. L. Parker both fathers and mothers, Mrs. Mann Hazen.Mrp. .
,1t Of Scout Week Pervin Johns of Jacksonvillewas attended. L. A. Mott and ,
Are Under Way Mr. and Mrs. Percy Lee of The many friend of Mrs. Jessie a visitor here Monday I..adle.11I Meets During the business meeting It L. A. Jr., of High Spring 111,1.
Jacksonville visited J. T. Marr Chastain, who has been ill. for Mrs. J, J. Rigdon and Mrs. J. The Ladles Aid met at the homeof was voted to let Mr. McGauley last week with, their f
Regular weekly meeting of Boy and family here Sunday.Mr. several days are glad to know L. Gentry of Starke were visiting Miss Leubedla Ptnholster Tues- use the money which has accrued law and grandmother Mr mot.
Scouts of America Troop 70 and and Mrs L J, Norman and that here condition !Is Improvingand Mrs. R. N. Crawford Wednesday day of last week with, the president from the picture shows for the Mott. i
the regular monthly session of the Miss Cleo Noman visited Mrs. she will soon be out again. afternoon. Mrs. G. B. Colson, presid- ninth grade graduation activities, Mrs. Sanford Hitch and ,
t Court of Review were held Tuea- Neman's parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. Mrs. Ava Turner, who baa been Mr. and Mrs. Wade Gasklna ing. This being Mrs Annie Pin-: the sum being $21. Raiford are spending a few lit
day night in the Church School C. Griffia at Lawtey Monday. visiting her son Audra Turner, of and family: of Hellbronn were holster'a birthd ay anniversary, Other matters of vital Import- with her parents, Mr, and
rooms of the, First Methodist Mr. and Mrs. W, B. Caruthers of Cogsdale, Ga., has returned to her visitors here Sunday.Mr. each member of the club surprised I ance to the school were discussed L. A. Brown.
Church. The Scout meeting was Jacksonville visited Mrs. Ruth home here. and Mrs. Russell Redding her with a gift. She received I after which the P.-T. A. thoroughly Mrs. Abe Crosby of Jack,
In charge of the Scoutmaster, the Marr here Sunday afternoon.Mr. Mrs. Bertha and Pearl Dees, and family of Evergreen were many beautiful presents for enjoyed an Interesting talk by Is spending a few days will;
Rev. Frank Robinson, with his assistants. left Monday for Plant City, where visitors here Saturday night.. which she expressed her thanks. Dr. M. B. Herlong of Starke. His mother, Mrs. L. R. Galney
and Mrs Taft Na
AS The Court of Review worthy they were called to the bed side The next meeting will be held at subject waa "Hookworms. Gainey has been: very uL\
of visited
yR" Mr. and Mrs.
Manning
directed by the Chairman Mra. Fred RISINGBy the home of Mrs. L. L. Parker. past few days.
waa of their sister-in-law, The economical Importance of
L. J. Norman here
Saturday ,
Hostesses will be Mrs. G. E. Mc-
Joe,Wilson. Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Mrs. H. II. Lewis the eradication of hookworms was j
night.
"s+ 1 The Troop meeting 'was opened Dees.M. L. Watterson and eon Frederick Gauley, Mrs J. K. Douglas and shown and the doctor pointed out Sr., Charles Jr., and JuanlU
W. E. Marr visited
relatives
mistake in last Mrs. Fred Hazen.
There
with the pledge of allegiance and were business visitors to was a I very conclusively that there is Gauley spent Sunday in GI
I the Scout oath and laws. Immediately here Sunday. Starke, and Gainesville, this week. week's Item about Mr. Grover I After the business meeting refreshments only one thing for any one to do ville visiting relatives
fM after a short talk by Mrs. J. 0.,, McCormick and Miss Ada Kalch died at her Thomas saying the LaCrosse of fruit cocktail, who has the Infection and thatIs Lloyd Dyal made a b y,
Y the Scoutmaster the members retired children of Jacksonville visited F. home here Wednesday night, Jan. water tank had such huge Icicles I cookies and hot coffee were served to get rid of It-and stay free trip to Jacksonville last week)
to their patrol rooms under M. Crews here Sunday afternoon. 31, following an attack of bronchial It was Mr. Thomas' water tank, 'by the hostesses Mrs. Grace of
the direction of the Patrol Lead- Mrs. Nelson T. Green and pneumonia. She was loved and not the LaCrosse water tank. Berry, Mrs. L. A. Brown, Mrs. It.After this able discussion, Mrs. Beware
ers. Life Scout Leonard Smith, children of Starke visited Mrs. H. by all who knew here and will be Eider W. E Hall of Green Cove :Florence Varnadoe and Miss Pin- Sorchie Baird, program' chairman, ,Cougl
Jr., Patrol Leader of the Mohican C. Wlmberley here Saturday. greatly missed. Her bereaved Springs was the dinner guest of holster; distributed pamphlets on the from
1 Patrol, was present after I Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Thompson ones have the sympathy of the en- Mr. and Mrs. Leon Conner Sun- February IS, 1940 hookworm subject, which were common cold

S? having missed several meetings of Lawtey were recent visitors tire community. day.Mrs. You can't forget the thirteenth! sent from the State Board of That Hang
because of an Illness which required hen '. Bert Shaw and children Something of Interest usually may Health. (
hospltlllratlon. BOOTSEY'S BEACH visited Mr. and Mrs. Newn Mott occur on that date. This timeit' The P.-T. A. adjourned to the Creomulslon relieves prom
at Brooker Sunday. Jubilee Hill Billies. Theyare cafeteria cause it goes right to !
The Court of Review was called Baby Calf Frozen By Miss Effie Crawford the ,where delicious refresh- trouble to loosen ladenG
to order by the chairman and the a Mrs. Jack Edwards of Crosby coming to Brooker. The P.T.A. ments of hot tea, coffee, and Increase secretion germ and aid tS,
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application of the Rev. Charles L. L. Jones, prominent cattle- Mr. and Mrs. Lee Johns and Lake visited her parents, Mr. and Is sponsoring their appearanceat cookies were served under the direction soothe and heal raw,tender +
Allen, pastor pf the Starke Pres- man of the western part of the family of Live Oak were vlolting Mrs. Walter Underhill, Monday the school auditorium and it of the hospitality chair- ed bronchial mucous menS
byterian Church, as Assistant county, lost a newborn calf durIng Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Johns, Sun- Tommie Lewis of Jacksonville Is hoped you will come, bring man, Mrs. McGauley and her com- have No matter tried how tell your many druggist medicine+,
+ Scoutmaster was approved and he i the recent cold spell. The day.Mr. visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. your friends and enjoy an even- mittee. you a bottle of Creomulslon wa u:
was elected to fill this position. I calf was born on a morning when and Mrs. Phillip Sullivan Jeff Lewis Sunday. ing of music. Popular prices of Keep watch in the Brooker understanding that you an tt
l Troop 70 feels that a decided asset the temperature' dipped the lowest and family of Jacksonville spent Miss Irene Lewis spent Sunday 15c and 23c: will prevail. Column for news of a weddingsoon the way it quickly allays the
has come to them in the form of I and being damp Immediately the week-end here with Mrs. Jean with Miss Elam Conner. l'-T. A. Has MeetingOn to be performed. or you are to have your mona

:Mr. Allen who is a competent : after birth, was coated over with Gaskins. Walter Underhill was a business Wednesday, January 31, the Mr. and Mrs. Alph Hazen of CREOMULSIC
leader of young people. ice before it was found. Vanlce and R. C. Keene of visitor to Jacksonville Saturday. Brooker, .-T. A. met at the school I Orlando were the week-end guests I forCoughsChostCalds,8ranCongratulations

Merit badge awards were: "Ap -
plication for Eagle Bronze Palm"
Eagle Scout Frank Robinson Ill;
hu'' "Astronomy" and "Dog Care."

4 Eagle Scout Frank Robinson, III;
"Cooking" Life Scout George

m Flynn; "Wood work" and "Wood- !
TV* carving: ," 1st Class Bryan Harrel\\;
"Dog Care" and "Animal Industry -
," Life Leonard Smith; "Per-
onal Health" and "Pioneering"
'1st Class George Powell; "Safety,"
"Personal Health," "First Aid,"
and "Public Health" Star Lester .':: To Scout 70Conway's

p. McMillan"Electricity"\ ; "Automoblllng"Life Comer Perry-and Boy Troop

4 man; "Handicraft," 1st Class
Billy Lee; "Dog Care" and "Ath-
__ .._ c' ,
"Civics ;
; _
'. Health" nnd "Pioneering" Edward
Brazte; a total of one Eagle Palm SCOUTS! "BE PREPARED"
and 21 Merit Service Station & scoJitTINi4s.s FreeTO
Madges.Advancements' Is The Motto
"Save With Safety"At -- .of A (Good:
t byr nk were: Garage ScoutCongratulations ALL MEMBERS{
Steve St. John from Tenderfootto Your
Second Class; Warren Winkler TIIONK) 137 OF TROOP 70
from Tenderfoot to 2nd Class; REXALL DRUG STORE
Bryan Harrell from First Class to Expert Repair Work Wa Upon Presentation of
a Star; George Powell from 1st Electric WeldingU. Birthday Sale TO OUR BOYS Registration Card
Class to Star; Sonny Peek from Who
S. Tires and Batterle are so efficiently
,i Star to Life; Lester McMillan I In Progress During All Matinee Show
preparing themselves
for
from Star to Life; Edward Brazle Amoco Gas and Oil FebruaryCARPENTER'S
from'1st Class to Star; a total of a better service i to our MONDAY, FEB. 12
7 advancements.The Scouts Welcome At All a community and state.

following uoya applied for Times The Rcxall ? r Tip-Top RITZ :.THEATRE
StoreCompIiments GroceryCongratulations
etf;f; tho highest rank in Scouting JUde Fla.. Motor Line r '
that of Eagle Scout, and were
'
\\ recommended by the Court of Review .< ,
} to the Main Court of Honorin
K Jacksonville, which court will GOODYEARTIRES
in turn send their applications to ,
,; National Headquarters for final & TUBESAT 'S. z Complimentsof

1 approval: Comer Perryman, Bud- of
dy Davis, and Sonny Haynes. 0 / -- toTROOP
These three Eagle applicants will :
CITY ,
b swell the Eagle rank In Troop 70 REGISTERMOTOR 70FRO1 DARBY'S
? to 7 Kagle Scouts, an unusually BARBERSHOP
high percentage of Eagle Scouts CO.It \(
In a Troop of this alze., -
National I Scout Week Is being is a pleasure for us to CANOVAPHARMACY

f observed in a manner that will Congratulate the Boysof We Like To Help Scouts .. w J. M. DARBY
do honor to the
Troop and credit
Troop 70 on this oc- Look Neat
kr to our Community., Activities began CHAS. A. DARBY
; at noon Wednesday at the casion Pay Us A Visit
Rotary Club when the present
Eagle Scouts of the Troop were
'K the invited guests of the Club and 6 = BOO iSCOUT WEEIs.
T individual Rotarians Eagle Scout Compliments
Frank Robinson was the guest of THE All Scout Needs
ti his father the Rev. Frank Robinson of
m ; Eagle Scout Arch Thomas Complimentsof FLASHLIGHTSFISHING

was the guest of his father A, J. HARTFURNITURE Van H. Priest ;
Thomas; Eagle Scout Knos Hayes TACKLE
was the guest of Carl Knight; and
Eagle Scout Mike Dew wag the Company BICYCLES
r guest of the Club as a whole.
Thursday night a banquet was COMPANY It is with pleasure., that the business houses repre- FRED F. BICYCLE PARTS AND |

served to a large number of parents Takes Pleasure In Con- sented on this page join all America in celebrating the TIRES
and friend of Scouts In the gratulati n g and Com
4y Woman's Club. The food was STARKE mending The Boys o f 30th anniversary of the establishment of the Boy Scout STUMPCompIiments
+ provided by merchants and parents Movement in this Western Auto
of Scouts. A detailed reportof Troop 70 country. The entire county is proud of
FIARIDABest
the evenings activities will be Troop 70--of the fine progress it has made since its or- Associate StoreBoy's
i week.
published next
ganization a' few short years ago-.and it is with great
t After a period of fellowship and
s: refreshments tonight, the Senior feeling of pride that our local business men take this
Scouts, together with their Wishes
guests
will/' be guests of the Rev. and ComplimentsA&P means of demonstrating their wholehearted backing of the Axes ___ $l.5I

t Mrs. Frank Robinson at the presentation from Scouts and their Scoutmaster Scout Knives .?. $1.51

of the University of of Flashlights 59c to $3.01
Florida Glee Club in the Woman's THE -
irP Club building Head Lamps __?, $3.3f
I Sunday night at 7:30 o'clock STANDARDOIL FOOD STORE Congratulations GREEN'SSTORE Daisy Air-Rifles ___ $1.24
i the'Court of Honor for advancement Fish Hooks Doz. S\
,, and merit badges wUl beheld :TO TilE MEMBERS OF TROOP 70
k In the First Methodist SAVE ON FOOD Fish Line ?___ tOe to $3.0
COMPANYK. BOY SCOUTS
OF
AMERICA
Church. GROCERIES Bamboo Poles lOc to 3
y, Attention Is called to the Scout WITH CONFIDENCEN.
Display that will be In the Bradford G. DUNCAN Three
Ertends
Barber Bradford
County Hardware window ,AGENT N. Prevail Mgr. Shop MEATS

I* throughout National Scout week, Bill Mundy, Prop. FERTILIZERSCompliments Hardware Compan
February 8th > 14th.
h i An enviable record has been QUALITY SERVIC
established by this fine group ot
ia
boys and everyone Is cordially Invited Congratulationsfrom
to participate In the Na- Complimentsof Compliments I
tional Birthday of Scouting the
thirtieth anniversary, during this The drink

week, and, to boost Scouting continually Florida Bank of thatHAROLD CongratulationsScouts

A. J. Thomas At Starke '
NEW TUAIN SCHEDULE C. WALL everybody of !
NorthboundNo. CLERK OF MEMBER: know
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y No. 192 Leaves 6:23: A. M. Flag I CIRCUIT COURT Federal Deposit Insurance AGENCYALL NATSTERNBERG WE'RE ALL FOR
No. 108 Leave 5:33: P. !or. Flag I
No. 102 Arrives 1:60 P. M. BRADFORDCOUNTY Corporation FORMSOF : YOU

SouthboundNo. MEMBER:
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y No. 191 Leaves 10:53 P. M. Flag' Florida National Group
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F1VM .. STARKU_, FLORIDA FRIDAY. FEBRUARY: _9, Itt40.. __ '_ .. ___ .NUMBER h TWKNTY-ONB. ..-----: ;jt


STAFF CourtesyIs PLANS FORCONCERT What 10-S PupilsDo LAKE CITY GIVESB. r Meet Our SeniorsThis STAFF FORB.

Un-Chl _.__. Jean Davis

*fcd.In-Chl, L.__H._ Gayle Harp B.w.ll and A Good PolicyBy TAKE In Spare Time H. S. GIRLS week we, again, have the, H. S. ANNUALIS

Fcrole Jones FIRST DEFEAT pleasure, of reading the bIography SELECTED t t
nd Patrol Frank Robinson Jimmle Griffis DEFINITE SHAPEEvent James Anders talks to the industrious senior l
p of another
__ Francine Fisher very VI
tub 0 ____' Bstelle Austin Gay Tommy Pool went to school To Be Soon; girls. Last Friday's whom we all think a lot of. This Senior Class Elects t
Elisabeth
py _. .' Clara Ma Plummer Harley to cut the fool, Will Bo Held In Claudia Brown plays basket- Score Turns Out senior Is Vergle Gaskins. Ralph RhodesJodlror.lnChld i ,

.____. ... Margaret Pearce When others wanted to study High School Auditorium ball.Richard Bennetttalks.Ida 24-17 Vergle was born to Mr and

JKBCIAI. REPORTERS Now Tommy Pool, who cut Mrs. J. W. Gaskins, February S, 1,
studies.J. the of the second
Lee Cone- The At beginning
to have
Long before Christmas, Mrs. A. girls seem met p
wnaend, Louise Stern, Alta the fool, has no one to cal 1922, at Lawtey.
Jack Halls, Arch Thomas, E. Wall Music Instructor at K. Denmark-plays basket with bad luck last Friday night had semester, there began serious talk '
him to have two
"buddy
Vergle seems
L :M. OatnesMMMMMMMMM HMMMMM MM. Bradford High School, thought of ball.Jean in Lake City; they were defeatedby outstanding misfortunes during of having a B. H. S. Annual this
Gay Tommy Pool, who cut the Edwards-talks.
having a concert, in which the a score of 2417. This will not
fool her early life. Her father died l year. By a month ago, minds
looks wise.
EDITORIALJKWORM glee club, (junior and senior Louisa Frlgo- happen again, so come out tonightand
when she was four old twoyears were made up. Already there
and did not get his lessons Garland Godwin-keeps wondering. years
see Starke defeat Melrose.
choruses), and band would parti-
before she began school. were 100 promises of purchases.
DISEASE: right: cipate, and which would have In- They did It before and won, and
He his card-and Her second year In school Vergle Last Tuesday morning, at a
chews
I HEALTH MENACE got report near cluded also special numbers from Margaret Green- gum. will do it again.Although .
ly died with fright- I Thomas Triesl-gets into mis had measles and mumps, almost class meeting of the 1040 senior ; ,
This week she
various
sources. of the
There F some players making her fall the second grade class, the "Annual" staff was
,
|by accident a person gets was on English CivIcs ,chief.
announced that the exact date of were absent the
game was good.
with a hoard Science, and Math, Jewell Reddishdreams.Harry but when she finally did return elected by fellow students:
In company the concert would hover Those forwards and
very guards were
He knew his father would almost Kellum--studies. ,she made up for lost time. Edlto..In-Chlef-Ralph Rhodes..
king. clinging leeches he closely around February 16. holding their territory, with every- l
.burst with wrath Doris Harrison-primps. I After finishing Lawtey Junior Business Manager-Loral Ben
removing them be- thing they had. You should
time see
For months the choruses have
[no Then to the wood-shed poor Tom Douglas Hazen talks to the I High School, Vergle came to B. nett. a
the first place, they give been them play!
(in persistently trained to do '
my would go, H. S. to complete her education. Assistant Editor-Arch Thomas.
tie creeps, in the second polished work on the numbers girls.Dorothy High scorers were as follows: I
And there would his father
go Norman-keeps quiet. Vergle's likes are: Basketball Sports EdItor-Dempsey Sapp.
suck blood and most which will in the Orene I
hey they sing con- Padgett 11 points Mar-
al.o. .
Alvin Wynn-keeps quiet. I and baseball. Feature Editor Clara Mae
because they belong off, This will not be ise 3
cert. program a Crosby points, Juanita Kalch
Then his mother, in the hall. Darrah .Tohns-talks to Alice. Her dislikes are: conceited Harley. ;'
than on his body, hanging quickly stirred up. carelessly 3 points.
Would hear Tommy squall Hazel Smith-talks Law
and Commercial
people
stob or Joke Editor-L. M. Gaines
obliging post thrown affair.
ome And say: "It serves him right,, together Everyone Beatrice Sllcox-studies Come see them make more than We believe Vergte will make a Advertising Manager Emmett \ ,.
I nearest river. of the numbers which the
after all." Alice St. John-talks to Frank. that tonight at the Armory! real success during life. She plans t! i
Ferryman.
[leeches do on the outside, junior and senior choruses will
Bertha studies. and If
Loper- to be a beauty operator
ughly, hookworms do on the ribbons of all kinds sing has put every studentthrough into Circulation Manager Jean i t
Typewriter Frank Crews-gets pupils Elementary Echoes she continues with her neatness r
hard over a long Davis. .7
practice
of a person's body for sale at the Telegraph office. trouble. and good work, we know she'll bea
faces whitewashed period: of time to mike them what The Bradford County Telegraph
ears ago, Rudolph Howard-keeps quiet. SECOND GRADESo success.
kworm disease were all toon they rightfully should be, and now Sam Simpson-dreams of goingto will print the Annuals. But "flat "

sights, but today for surely weakening host. are: good. Hollywood. many famous men were ter than a flitter" would be the .il;
'
made plain by wormg Persons "eaten up" by hook The concert will take place in Jeanette McGauley-plays bas- born in February we have decidedto Old Jokes failure of the year-book If It'. +

physicians, a pasty face worms are pasty-faced, listless- the Bradford High School audi- ketball. make a booklet of the birthdayof staff fell down on their Job. There ",;,,1
have the evidence down In green- Gayle: "Know anything about t
lecessary. It Is no disgracee torium. these famous men. We are Is little danger of that however- '
Dora Mae Wynn-keeps quiet.
"
hookworms, but those and-yellow, but a big problem, also Good practice never falls to Veda Mae Stokesstudies.BANQUET learning to cut letters, by block- Latin syntax? every one Is enthusiastic Is eager''.,.j>
Is the which has Emmett "Don't tell ma they
on't take the trouble to rid case just bring good results; so, If that be ing. Jo Ann Dinkins is back withus. : to put forth earnest effort and .
started, and will not be detected had to for their fun too!
pay
yes after they becomeof the case, the program is bound to She has been sick. time toward making the book an i
until much damage has been done. PLANS ''4.
the worm's existence be good and cannot help but show Too bad the "ground hog" saw article of pride. .
This is the person who has not Teacher: "Can any of you tell !
their heads in polish, uniformity, and excellent UNDER WAYWell his shadow tired ofeta.ying
well hang we are so "
yet lost his rosy complexion, but me what a mandate Is? I If Excess Acid caws* i iI
,
Here there expression.It in but be for *
shame. will
j simple 'has begun to wonder why the we glad Sweet Young Thing: "It is an 'FREE I youp..oIStomae' 'ti
there Is is Starke citizens will it's matter of a I .. .
I raging fever; here hoped only a the sunshine on these cold days "
world moves slowly under his appointment with a gentleman. e li
serous growth, no T. B. keep this near-future event in few more weeks now (about six Beryl Thompson, from Me- Ulcers; Indigestion,
feet and wonders if he's old -
,
Its a disease that can befy mind, and will come out that or seven) and the school event of Clenny, has joined our class. We take Bloating,Gas,Heartburn,Belching, ,!.i If
enough why he feels "good-for- Arch T.: "Did you ever
and certainly cleared up. nothing," lazy, worthless, can't night to see what its school glee the year will take place. That, an hope she will like our school. chloroform?" Nausea,get ares sample of UDCA ,!

[hookworm would be no less understand that slowed feeling club has been doing. you have probably already heard, Mr*. Retch, teacher. : John Crews: "No, who teachesIt and I. a free Interesting booklet at 'lli I'
led. less slowly,fatale is the eagerly awaited juniorsenlor -
no a he's never felt before. Regular ?" CARPENTER'S DRUG STORK
than T. B. can be, if there hookworm tests is the solution, Did You Know? banquet. THIRD GRADE
[no way to clean the body of Plans are already being made To continue our lessons In r
the only thing that can early
Long-infected, non-cured the unwelcomed facts, the The Statue of Liberty, a gift by the juniors, who wish to give "Good Citizenship," the boys decided Rich and Clean

i would be sure-fire targets only prove thing that 'can save a vic- from France (unveiled in America the: seniors a history-making to scrub and wax the floors. GRADE A

emla. physical break-down, tim from waiting for th>' proof October 28, 1886)), has a height-of banquet this year. The floors were very dirty and y
The Juniors held a class meet- scarred with black marks, so a I'rtSTE11RiZEDMILK
trouble, swelling throughouty. that is too slow In showing 151 feet from base to torch, anda
The State Board of Health recently total height from foundation of Ing last Monday morning In 11W, "scrub brigade" was formed, R. )!

lls forky, sickening Intestinal sent out phamplets to pedestal to torch of 305 feet, 6 After some discussion the juniors O. Griffis, the Captain and his

(its can be swallowed or schools, titled: "Hookworm Dis- Inches. The extended right arm definitely decided on the type of helpers are as follows: Leroy NO ADVANCEIN

into the system through ease-What to Do About It." The is just 42 feet long! In one of her banquet they want. After this Tomlinson, Glen Gilpin, Jimmie
,was decided, there was little time Leach, Tommie Edwards, Donald PRICK
imdltch"-infected hands or State has long been In armor hands is a tablet on which is inscribed -
left before classes for discussionof Connor, Eddie Jackson, Calvin
with hollow the date of the Declara-
WTell-equlpped against hookworms and has, in .
other plans however, another Roberts, PitncV Vandtvlere. '..
toward the in- tion of Independence. ;
,, they swarm the past year, been making the .
dlestlnation, where the battle even stiffer against the class meeting will probably be We are proud of these helpers,

attaches itself firmly to the I pests. But still, the battle Is not New York adopted the sky- 'held this week and the rest of the and the girls are going to surprise
'
Itlnal wall. From, then on, half won. The Board Is bearing scraper because Manhattan Island plans will be made. them with a treat.

worm's program moves down, determined to reduce, by no the heart of Greater New From now until the banquet the Mrs. Biggs, teacher.

y small extent, hookworm disease in York, had become so built upon) Juniors and seniors will probably
to live, talk, sleep (no, not eat- FOURTH GRADE
that the only providemore
the this State. It has preached over way
la drawn through tiny
visit to
We have completed our .
reach that will come later) banquet!
greedily and continuously, and over again the causes of the building space was by Norway and have gone to Hol-

worm prospers, grows to disease, its prevention, the use- ing Into the clouds! land where we expect to learn MATHEWS I

size ((1-2 Inch), lays 9.000 lessness of taking "worm medi- Mammy Sez many interesting things. We are 9

a day. Before long, billions cine"! if the same contagious conditions The deepest part of the Atlantic collection of "Dutch" q;, 2
making a
tie and swarm, suck ande continue after treatmentas' Ocean reaches a depth of 27,366 Dear Chlllun: "Dutch" MODELDAIRY ..
and reading
and the Pacific Ocean the oh but dat President's pictures
,
all before. feet, My, my
push and tickle, doged- stories. Ona Demorest brought a
but -Jean Davis. greatest depth is 30,000. Ball sho' wuz a honey! More t
the
langlng onto slowly, collection of to
nice pictures
people dere! Among de popular hi very (
school students attending: Everett, the class Mrs. Hart Is readingThe \ '
to In art FLORIDA SEV
Twins us. STARKE
Dutch ,
Sadie Dot
"J. B. Margaret, ,,
Grace, Rivers, Jacqueline, Mural, we _are drawing "Dutch" scenes a

Gloria, Jack Halle Tracy, Jean, and painting them with our Tem ONE QUART LIQUID, SEALED BB48

Francine, MIkey D., Freeman, J. pero paints.
E., and L. M. More beautiful Several of our students were ill
last week and could not attend _
'Wish time
evening gowns! I Jjad
school. They were: Sharon Hall,
to tell you what everybody had on
Dew and M. G. Howard.We j
VIIma ,
-but that would take too much
much that EffleGriffls ..
,
regret very
and time.Bydeway ...
space .. .
and no -
has moved away '

ii iiI seen dat Jean,,you-all Francine should, Jack and hab longer attends our school. ; IMPROVED
posters on :
Yb Tracy cloln' dere hill-billy numberI There are two safety ,
The first one
,R our bulletin board.
afrb
mean it wuz "hot stuff"!

up'Wish dere all dancing'ob you could to dat hab good been is Is Cuba.about China There and are the safety other ruleson one! ::' "


next music year! But again It'll!all come around them. Reporter-Billy Smith. 1 : .CROWN 1 1G'iA


Nina B-We sho' do likes dat I

cute necklace you hab been wear SIXTH ORADEThis \rti
S' J.INE r
week we made stick fig-
like leaves.
ing. De one shaped I y
ures drawings about simple .
"w'Sr I understand dat Clara Mae wuz \
I
In Daytona last Sunday! I machines. &0
ti ---
a -
Dat show "The Secret of Dr. The two sixth grades gave -

Kildare" sho' wuz good! Lots ob play in assembly: "Visitors from

; yes de hi school students are talking I Around the World." Seletta Sparks The newly improved CROWN GASOLINE: hn; the

gave a piano solo.Bright.
about. it. highest ortane-ralinginthispopular motor-fuel'slung

0 My law-but dat sho' am a history For general satisfaction in operation and

beautiful "high yaller" sweater of EyesThe upkeep-use CROWN GASOLINE.: + ,

kfargaret's! I

,, Sara B. is wearing somebody'sring cold weather surely has
'(
: oh! oh! (P. S. It has two kept Bright Eyes quiet for a .'

hearts on it). while. You know, her eyes get

Wonder who dat could have dim when the cold breezes blow PERRJRMAti

N/UOIUIAjVa 3. STAR fORM4IUlT been dat Elizabeth P. had a date from the North. But since It has 'S""tltrRJJ
s
STAR FOR STYUH6 with Wednesday nit. at de basket- warmed up you'd better watch
.
ball gamer out!

"Ise -t..d Just touch; See,your Chevrolt Joe Allen sat down on de floorin Too bad the teams lost last Friday CROWN I

Feast your eyes .,, .,., -,Chevrolet's Exclusive S. dealer and (learn cbapel Tuesday! That's no I night-'bet they'll) make up I

on the smooth-flow- Vacuum-Power Shift and bow very little It will cost feather in your cap my pal! I for that soon, though.

ing line. sad contours of De special glee club done sang : Bright Eyes saw a certain dig
,
cylinder Chevrolet for 40
feel the hidden power to own a new
at de Rotary Club Wednesday.Day : pitied senior the other night with .1.1r
Ms //Jet-'fl III n .Chevrolet for supply 80% of the shifting with your present car In trade. even had dere pictures taken. I an old Civil War musket gun In : : xTU i i

I, with New "Royal Clipper" effort automatically, as no Yes buy it, and ycu'll: own Dat "J. B." and Alene A had solo i one end of the hall. He had along l

:'lnj.' : Note that It's the other steering column gearshift the "star for value," because"Chevrolet's parts-might have some "M. O.stars" line of girls up against the ."4 \
can do. Step on the fun he said. Bright .
ttet of all lowest-priced FIRST AgsinI"rM In a few years! wall-somo ,
throttle and see how Chevrolet Dey say dat Mural S. and Eyes thought his brain had slipped

measuring 181 Inches out- cumate! and out-climbt 85-H.P. VAIVE-IN-HEAD SIX Mary G. have been doln' some a notch-'runnln' 'round giv- Made for those who" want the best- from a fine r

om front of grille to rear of all other low-priced I cars. AND ur. mt runt.MttMgm. fancy horseback riding lately! in' rebel yells and flyin' at every- quality base-itotk gasoline that is a distinct special

enjoy "The RideRoyaP'f + ,..._- Say-all chlllun know what body with that bayonet!
1. Yes aye it and connceyouraelf Relax as you you product unlike other gasoline EXTRA in
.... many
smoothest, ,,0.0. Gum's theme What's the matter with Carl E.
Chewing
"ttar -the Dentyne and well worth its small premium )riee.
\ that It's the $659 enrdinea.r.r. !
every way
safest, steadiest ride knOW fntlotmttmmmti.ilnit song Is, don'tcha (tsk tak, chewIng Is he slipping. or sleeping?

trying"-the outstanding Yes try It and then you'll ofHommltqttlpmont you's): Well It's "you leaveme That soft, fleecy yellow jacket: 4\

|eauty and !usury. leader know that Chevrolet's the .canrrso-end".. breathless." Margaret is strutting 'round NO'Y i
Grace had an unexpected caller surely Is the number.Iva .
oaa an cars In Its price ".tar'-. .._.'onnonu" among Aker.cr to tlumg without .r
-'
nor+c.. A 0Moon v.rw.to Thursday night-but oh! such a Mae and Doris H.: those

ngel all economy cars! D* IMM Sfr,.,. pleasant surprise (Dat handsome new permanents are beautiful. t af aff Standard SfafiMS&7teilarSTANOARD .
seeder
,.I,..' D. Lu-end boy from O. M, C. is home again!) Look sharp.Bright

What's de matter wld Patsy and Eyes.L. 1

rr Vernon? Am I asking you? r.

Goodbye quick. M.: "Waiter, there's a fly

Chevro/eis FIRST Again Mammy. in my soup." :

Water: "That must be the one d y

Breathes there the man with soul the Brooklyn Dodgers are looking F. 4


CHEVROLET CO Who so never dead to himself has said, for" -

'ORODE Am be upon Grand Canyon gated: Physic class: Hippy Is the 1

'What'a place to throw old razor mosquito who can pass his screen 1f

STARKE, FLA. blades!" Banter.. teat. /f

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FOUR BRADFORD COUNTY TEIJ&GKArn. STAKE, FLORIDA FRIDAY


forgot to stop growln Im Hicks (Terence Chevrolet Co.), Sullivan School in Washington JTOTICM TO IIIIIDICIIH

Ii I SOCIETY and CLUBS agine a guy eight feet and eight and Clarence Hicks (Register D. C. Congressman R. A, Green Bradford The Board of Bond'Florida.Tru.t@, ..

inches in hU stockln. feet! Motor Co. Plymouth Dealers) was instrumental In securing the celve county.. 10 o'cloru will

-====.------ ---- -- m. '. He'll\ be here only an hour, so, were in the City Barber Shop appointment. to March be publicly nth. 1040 opened and at at that A i ll,'
you girls who like your men tall When their turns rolled around Hall In the City of Starke,1 iJ c",
W. M. S. Circles I E. L. Williams Addresses MarshallWolfeMrs. lorl
for the
Baptist following;
better watch": .the time Orle climbed in Ralph Story's NOTICEI
Met This Week P.-T. Meeting! Feb. 1 B. F. Wolfe and J. B. chair (he drives Ford named One Full Diesel single .
At last I've found the little man a ) I will be at the following grader-not less than .Th.'zm". 1\,
\
k Three circles of the Baptist I Marshall were quietly married who wasn't there! It's Artie chose Mr. Sparks (drives a. Chev- places on the days and dates Maximum WelihTto Break Pot.
E. L. Williams, principal of Saturday afternoon at 6:30 0'- rolet) And Clarence delivered for the of be not lees tan
Woman's Missionary Society met Shawl! Hied ourselves all the state herein purpose pound, or One Tandrum 10
:Monday afternoon at 3:00: o'clOCk.1 I Bradford County High School clock in the Baptist Pastorlumwith way to Jax Saturday night for himself Into the hands of Call isManning receiving tax returns also applications Dleael Motor QracUr -drive lIJallltn| pu
the Rev. A. E. Break Horse Power
Members of Circle No. 1 met I gave the main address at the Llghtfoot the so-called "Artie Shaw Dance" (he drives a Plymouth) for homestead exemptions: than Forty five Horse to be { 1','

s' with their leader Mrs. I.. O. regular meeting of the Parent- performing the ceremony The band was there, butArtie t ThereaeaTuesday a. m., February Weight to be not lens thai ?,
Mr and Mrs. Marshall, both ofBrookvllle. fNot pound on Standard Machine, &*
Powell at her home. Teacher Association Thursday aft Ohio, have spent the wasn't Imagine our so many names in the 20.La.wtey.. machines to be equipped. with ?<

After an inspiring devotional ernoon. February 1, at 5:15: o'clockin past two months hero 'where Mr. exasperpointment .. ; I shoulda Birthday Book this week But Tuesday p. m., Febru- reversible Bond Trustees Blade. top< J!

service a brief business session the school auditorium.The Marshall is in the building business smelted' a_ rat after read In' that then I could hardly expect it, ary 20.Graham., to reject any or all reserve bids the "e
was held at which time plans the I was leaving awing and goingin with so many rollin' around in Ordered In regular sedition. or ,.'
speaker chose as his topic"tor and have many friends here Wednesday a. m., February said Board this the 6th
were discussed for raising money the afternoon "Mental Hygi who will learn with Interest of for "serious" music but I always the last Issue But anyway ,21.Hampton.. ruary A. D. 11140. day ut Ptt
for' the kitchen In the new educational his vast knowledge was a gullible gal there's Don Hoover on the 14th ATTEST: A.: A.'Durden. ehairma
Drawing on
ene. their
marriage. !
Fifteen dollars J. B. Rowe 13th, Marjorie Stump Wednesday/ p., m., Carl Johns. '
building. 3
of his subject and his many I gather that the treK from Berets
was pledged by, this circle. experience of teaching here to Jars this- week-end will be 15th and Luther Lennon the 15th February 21. a
years
Methodist Church W. S. C. S. '
New River Thursday p. m..
Miss Etta Tlson assisted Mrs. youth Mr. Williams vividly the greatest mass movement since Happy birthday-all!

Powell In serving tempting refreshments brought out the necessity of having Has Interesting MeetingMrs. Sherman' march to the sea e Wonder if I can find a vacant February 22. OUR MILK
d February

Brooker
: of fruit cake pound f a ciean mind. He told of different F. H. Long and :Mrs W. Everybody and all his !in-laws are corner In the' beauty. parlor Friday p. m.,

cake and hot coffee to the nine ways of developing the N. North were joint hostesses at going with the wind My ad Guess I better go see '. With 22. Respectfully,

members present. right mental attitude and concluded the home of the former on Walnut vice Is not to talk about your all those U. of F. Glee ClubbersIn E-,W. Hayes tax., assessor

Clrcla No., 2 met with Mrs. H. that mental and physical Street Monday afternoon at friends while In the theatre for town tonight the gals are Bradford County, Fla. fj

L. Brownlee and Mrs. J. H. Lordat hygiene are of equal importance. I 3:00: o'clock when they enter. they'll probably be slttln' In the really shootin' the works on 2-9 2t 2-16

the home of the former on Mr. Williams was presented to tamed members of Circle No. 1 of very next row ., fingernail polish and eyebrow pencil

.Cherry Street. his listeners by Mrs. W B. Sew- the Woman's Society of Christian And while we'reon the subject Well, you'll have to 'scuse NOTICEBRADNORD.COVNTY

The meeting was opened with I I ell, chairman of program: Service.. of .. .. . . (abso- me now .. So long See.you Fr-brnarjr 8th..,1140 FLORIDA Seldom Equalled

sentence prayers followed by the During the business meeting Mrs. E. K. Ferryman, leader, lutley refuse to give it another at the concert ,. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN

Devotional service under the leadership which was presided over by the presided over the business meet- plug), I'm firmly convinced that Carolyn.. That Chapter pursuant 18298. Lawn to Section of Florida 8 of Never S rPassedPETERSON'S'

of Mrs. R. I.. Cox of the president Mrs. 'E. K. Ferryman Ing and led the devotional ser Johnny Whittemore. T. K. Mc Arm of 1937. known as the MURPHY
all business routine vice. She was assisted by Mrs.J. Clane. Frank Robinson and Gene. ACT, the following; described.
State Farm. Mrs. Cox using.the was trans West Point Appointment land in Bradford County, Florida
thirteenth chapter of 1st Corinthians acted. Miss Ruby Lllley acted as F. Colley who read the song Matthews are the only four in will b. offered for Hale at public

as her topic for .the after. secretary pro tern In the absenceof entitled "The Holy Spirit." I. town ((01' the United States, for Friends of Charles William. cash outcry bid.for subject the highest to the. and right beRt of

noon gave an Interesting story as the association's secretary, Miss Olive Ray, chairman of that matter) who haven't readIt Chalker son of Mrs. C. W. Chalker I the Trustees.. of the Internal 1mppArv -
T. K. Is weakenin', however mvnt Fund to reject and DAIRY
; any
an illustration and read a beautiful Miss Madge Middleton;. courtesy committee r e ported and the late Major Chalker, all bids at the Courthouse, between
poem. Mrs. R. A. Thomas offered Miss Evelyn Stump's room're- having sent seven"cheer cards." II t Say's he's gonna try tread Infantry U. S. A., will be glad too the hours of 10:00: A. M. and
it Saturday night before he 2 P. M., on the 26th.. day of February
of the hour Mrs. I
a prayer and gave some ceived the prize for the largest During program learn that he has received an appointment 1940. .
the highlights in the mission room count.Auxiliary Perryman presented Mrs1. J. W. sees the show Sunday! .' to West Point. He left Lot 88 in Woodlawn Sec. 16 Tp.
If want a nice dose of nightmares t S. Re. at IS.-10 Acres. LAFFIT OFF!
you
book taught by Dr. Plainfield In.. White, who gave an Interesting the Citadel last week where he 84 of Lot 9 In Woodlawn Sec Si
the School of Missions. I To !Meet account of "The Rehabilitation in I be sure to.read Jean Davis'editorial was In his second year for a tbreeweek' Twp. IS., Rg. 22 E.-5 Acr....
If was announced that a quilt I China." Mrs. E. L. Matthews gavea on the school page this at the Lot 24 In Woodlawn 8eo. 81 Twp.
The Ladles' Auxiliary of the preparatory course US., Kg. 22 K.-10 Acres.
week ". A classic of
example
[
lied been finished and would be! report on the General Mission 844 of Lot 8All Lot 21, 43 In
.Sent to the orphanage. It was I Presbyterian Church will meetTuesday ary Council which was held 1 in I potent pen pushing I'll say'. ? RUPTURESHIELD i Woodlawn Sec 31 Twp. IS.., Ilg-, 22 r, a -- lei
afternoon at 3:00 o'clockat E.-21 Acre. ;
Jean If thatdoesn't
also announced that Circle Two'soontrtbution ] Charlotte N. C.,. January 9-12, Congratulations W% of SEW of SEtt See 17 Twp. rai..nMtaawss
the home of Mrs. V. S. St. I.
to the Training and announced that the Methodist make 'em take their medicine EXPERT HERE 6 8,, RB- 22 &;.-10 Acres.
I I nothing will II. M. SHEVNAN, widely known TRCSTEEH OF THE INTERNAL
School amounted to |9.30. John.Mrs. Advance Rally will be held in, IMPROVEMENT FUND OF THE
During the business meeting 1 It Paul B. ,McClintock of, Jacksonville on February 13. I Hear there'll be dance tonightat expert of Chicago, will personally STATE OF FLORIDA. .raw

was voted to pay 91.50 for arm Penny Farms, a retired Mission Mrs. Wdlllam Blair a new member the Legion. Hall after the Glee be at the Roosevelt! Hotel Jacksonville By Internal A. :JT. Improvement Thomas" Agent Fund Trustees Brad.

bands for the Junior O. A's.. ary to China, will be the guest was welcomed into the circle. Club program Is over It's Sunday and Monday only, ford County.

Immediately preceding adjournment speaker for the afternoon and The hostesses served delightful Just the kind of weather for a February 11 and 12 from 9 A. M.\ ,
tl Mrs. Brownlee read a'beau will tell of some of her experiences refreshments of dainty sandwiches two-bit dance too to 6 P. M. IIYIIIInIIaIYIUIIIIIItO.Wllla' Ilinllalalalllllllllllhlallill'! ''tt'"III'MIIIIII"\' r

4: tiful poem. ""' In China. mints, and testo their Understand Mrs. J. W. White Mr. Shevnan says The Zoetic .

s, The hostesses, assisted by Mrs. C. F. Ward will.lead the seventeen guests. dodged me all during the recent Shield is a tremendous improve ; .. :

Madge Brownlee served delicious Devotional service and the president Circle No. 2, Mrs. L. D. Green cold wave *' Said that after I ment over all former methods effecting 3tOWE/l..1.1

refreshments to their ten guests. Mrs O. E. Stansbury, will 1 leader met at the home of Mrs. started tellin" how many pairs of : Immediate results. It will i

Mrs. A. E. McKlnney and Mrs preside over the business\ ,meeting. W. P. Smith on Church Street. pants the men :were wearln' she not only hold the rupture perfectly : 5 Fair

E. W. Hayes entertained mem The meeting which was openedby was afraid I'might find out the but Increase the circulation : laymen, J-

bers of Circle No. 3 at the homeof Woman's Club To Hold singing "Work For :The Night number of extra"" ,.tktrts she bad strengthens the weakened parts, II e 'off Beauty II III Can ANALYZEs like you and ma

the former on Call Street. Election of Officers Is Coming," was presided over by on. ., thereby closes the opening in ten I I Iof policy '
l Mrs. A. E. Lightfoot led the Mrs. Green. Best news of1'the week is thatDOt days on the average case regardless of Love
Mrs K. O. Duncan SmtUaLafttt OH .
presidentof
r ,devotional service using as hesubjecti the Mrs. W. O. Halle led the devotional and Guy Sale will soon begtvin' of heavy lifting straining or Sympathy "THESE folki...plailtn.
_Starke, Woman's-Club, will .
portions of the twelfth preside at the regular meetlnWednesday service using as her Blbical dear old Call St., as their t any position the body may assume c/aums that mightnumb

!J chapter of Romans. g material extracts from the sixth permanent address.They'll be no matter the size or location. A FOR EVERY FLORAL, train"
afternoon st 3:30: 0' your
in business with Dot's dad .. She .1
The personal service committee chapter of Matthew. She concluded nationally known scientific method.No .
clock In the club auditorium at
Is to distribute religious tracts her service with a poem to death at the prospect ." under straps or cumbersome NEED, CALL bMRS.
.And magazines this month and to which time officers for the new and a beautiful prayer.C Tired of traveling around and arrangements and .absolutely no HAROLD C. WALL
will be elected.
:rlsit. the shut-in members.An year Mrs. L. C. Ray had. charge of never realized 'she'd miss Starkeas medicines or medical treatments .1 L.: G.

Interesting story of the life Annual reports of the present the program and presented Mrs. much as she) did.. Guy will 1 Mr.\ Shrvnan will be glad to dem- POWELLPhone183

of Elizabeth Udvarnoki was given officers will be ',ead. at this meetIng A. Wood who gave? interesting be down some time' next week .'. ontitrate without charge P '

by Mrs. Marvin .Hazenfeand Mrs. and filed with .the, secretary. parts of the. :.Rehabilitation ofChina. Local garage; employes are Add. 6411 N. Richmond St. Chicago e. iJ 1 GENERAL= yog HAVE. INSURANCE

,4 S. E. Sparks told of the life of Hostesses- for the',nfternoon will l ."* Mrs. Ray a.lUd on a cert'nly loyal', tor say 'the' lean Large Incialonal Hernia 'or rupture I -J' PLEASE 146
j PHONE
Elizabeth Hale,,, & Chinese mis be 1lr.J.,M. Brownlae, Mrs. L. great Chinese leader. The othen'Sattidy, night Orle! following surgical operation especin Telegraph Service __

)<' sionary. O. Powell Mrs. J. C. Wallace, Immediately precedfrig adjournment Wiggins JFord'( Garage), Oli : ally solicited' innnnnissnnnnmm'' '''''' '' ''.nsmennnnn' ''' 'nninnoouousuo''' ''''' ''''w',"'" ""', I,lam,." ,
It. was voted to turn 'over,money Mrs. J. C. Brooker, Mrs. W.. J. the song "Blelt'Be The Tie I --- --

,, 'on hand, approximately 910 to Epperson, Mrs. R. .J.. Davis and That Binds" was sung followedby

..l the Building Fund. Mrs C. A. Futch., prayer by the president, Mrs, REMEMBER. THE, i DRUG STORE FOR BEST LUES IN TOWNCARPENTER'S

,Monday evening at 7:30: Mrs. T. W. E. Mlddleton., -

if K. McClane, Jr.. was hostess! to All legal blanks, promissorynotes During the social hour MI'.. .. ACCEPT A 'lS < BOX
members of the Young Matron's retain title notes, carriedIn Smith served her guests refreshments ) ( "p'otnr tin) nation
CAKA
Circle stock by the Bradford County. of Russian tea, sandwiches, DRUG STORE kwID gat that guaranteed Rexalt NOME FACE POWDER

t, Mrs. Orle Wiggins co-leader Telegraph. and cookies. Product at spochl LOW SAVINGS 5 .:s a gift from us sly yew buy
r had charge of the meeting and C ISc sfxo Cara Nomo Porfumoring ::
this
Miss Clyde Nell Thomas led the during great Birthday

i devotional, using as her subject I Carolyn Callstreet / SaU. You too, can MV money bra.....o.pes.ad'.1..elf.. ,. hit

The Value of Meditation and and learn how goof &
FI Prayer." Her Blblcal material ( / 'Rexall Products really WIT 25C WITH CWrim'

was taken from the nineteenth H'lo folks I've been spending as stenographer for Noon Wain- "

chapter of let Kings, my spare time lately read In' wright Don Hoover'exhibiting i_ are. The be t values go -. ..... .....,:. ....

r4. ;Mrs.: J. C. Garner, chairman of up on the Almanac February a pup with one dark blue and S very fast to b her,* .

: the flower committee, asked all may be a short month, but It one light blue eye eye k Z. early' :: AdJreu .........................

members who had flowers or pot cert'nly la packed full of Interest Mrs. O. L. Beasley was carried "' : Net redeemable f.r Feb. 29 1940
.. .
ted plants to see her as this ,. First there was groundhog away tether day with the beautyof isrlnderlptis .11..1/10111.

month Is Circle 4's time to deco day .". Next will be Valentlne'i coconuts in Darby's window

rate the church. Day (the 14th) And last of ,4 But they turned out to be full pint ]Ml 31 Solution and

For February's project It was all the famous '29th Day which simply a fancy variety of squash '
?+ decided to send all old literature comes around only 'every fourth I would have made the same full pint tea!!Milk of Magnesia

to-those; who need it; to visit a year .. .. As if that weren't mistake but I always buy my Every family seas this special.

4 sick,family; and to carry a hasket. enough there's a couple of good coconuts already peeled or hull Ute In* MI II at month ..>.h. Roth for

.' to a needy family birthdays (Abe-Lincoln's and Geo. ed, or shelled-Oh well t ,*,,U ... Mtieplle. ...1I'.f

X.( 'it' was announced that $5.50 I Washington's) thrown in for good wrapped in cellophane .. s'f t ........r. ....n.. ..c... 59
was received for the fund for the I measure Rotary Rave Understand the a p 1 / I t : acidity ad ttfmylaf.t duggLh t1IIhatf.

./, Educational Building. But speakln' of the 29th day I members really went for the B. .....A real. .. .... yL.
1
;a 'Mrs. McClane was assisted In haven't heard of many marriages H. S. Glee Club's musical program

if'!, serving delicious refreshments to I yet "in spite of the fact It's Leap last week Heard a number of I : THESE ARE Tesait PRODUCTS ,

i guests by Mrs. Joe Wilson:Ia' I Year .. Lotsa eligible bachelors comments, and all favorable too .

,, and.Miss Wilma Alexander. vunnin' around unattached (moreor .

less) Whatsa matter, girls T 1 Oh, woe la me We columnists Floor-brif Klenxo Rays One pound roll k Milk Of ,

BACKACHECAUSED Los In' your grip? cert'nly catch Itt! Estelle\ KlemoShaclmg

BY---- Best wisecrack of the week was Black In town Sunday accusingyours Liquid Wax Seep Ell MagnesiaTooth

perpetrated on an Innocent truly of sayin' she dresses Wax
", publicby Paper
Backache Flakes
sluggish, may If be canned b y George Manassa .... A group herself up like a Xmas tree Cotton Paste Cre....
kidneys. excess add I
of us were discussln prospective e Seems that the effervescent I2qFl. 2for l 14 s;.. J hi '
and. other waste are not regularly It""c 6 9c .... 29c SI.. 2ge
candidates for Governor Estelle\ misinterpreted my compliment 21e
eliminated : She' 13e 23
It may also lead I ; of month q/ 2Se 18 4Se v....
to' Someone said."I'm gonna vote a or so ago up- 21
a getting up nights burning,
for Whltehalr" on the occasion of her winning
.
a
.lMaDt i George (whoIs Atag..ODUCf. ASODUC1 /
IrCKXAUSTOU
;' or frequent flow, leg orrheuraatla MIEXAU.STaII(
Xmas AlutaejUQDUCT A .ODUC1
( beginning to read the tonic advertisements tree decorating contest In
headache .
pains din
or
with a great deal of Macclenny I remarked that
.
rJn Keep kidneys. Olive sari re!,
,l as bowels.. Get a 28o box of lluok- Interest) heaven a great big sigh "Estelle dresses a tree as well as THESE ARE JUST A FEW OF THE MANY. BIG I VALUES
she does herself" Of CREAMS
eta from and announces "I'll vote for hair course
any dnigKlnt. Your 25o
I meant it the NICE but, It SOe Gardenia39e
care'wbat
and I don't color It way.
back In 4 it not REXALL REMEDIES
i days ploataed.Locally Cr..._
Just goes to show what :
Is! you .we. 90-
at ClU'pent4Drul' Store. writers $1.00 Full! Pint (plain' or ... 3 lar '
are up against Under compound) 2S. She Kiall
.1. %, 2-9 tll 3-1 Some of ua gals oughta get an stand Mrs. Roosevelt has the same : AgartM far c....."..... 79e79c C.rai 0.lr-.4SOu IDe 7So Retail Theatrical) 59C
Injunction or sumpln' to force the Calm Cream I ...
trouble %1M FvII Pint Re..U e et. Siie ReuN
,. Young Democratic Club to make lye 51.. Modern, Charm
BUSINESS their next fish barbecue a "ladles A new high In public spiritedness fleet, Wl. ... 'r.. T..le Srii ./F<.* arUJ*StmmmSOe 33e3Oe, Calm Cream 49'

night" They're plannln' another : The Robert Clarks were Me Soe; RuaHUrer Tin of M RemaH
half through eating last .. 3ge C.. .'.4. ,,,..r.. OrmarMa. LOTIONS
stag affair doggone 'cox supper ." .!,. K..rr.. DIRECTORY From what I hear these events Friday night when they remembered 2Se R.>al| lOcI7c 2Sa Si.. Rii.; ,', '
the benefit steak plate at r.'r.'''. ........ llamal 1ge
are really sumpin' to worry overmlssin' PURETEST MEDICINES I
I the school cafeteria So what 4,e Fan ref SJ s. MK.1.|. '
and I think a bit of drastic 25c 12't Sin. Pwe. .it
action should be taken did they doT They upped and "'.e.r'. 5.",.."....., ,,.'.Of .. eltr 17 e a.rul LaOam 39C
1 drove to town, picked up the 2S r Pvretetf .
The drink Warnin' to Young Demo If
:
you Chas. Aliens and ate another C nice look In'
spy a young man who
meal! .
More local events 2o She
that Pmttrt
crooks his little
finger and who
would show a nice profit If such .r*.r. .r... Satnttt "' 17c .
walks with a bit of swish, don'tbe 'iAII. J
i everybodyknows alarmed It'll probably be cooperation were contagious IT. 4 ea. Sin Pnr*.*t. '..,' / VIr
.
Glad that Mrs. Mitchell and ..r.. AcId FawJtr ;' Ii3e I .
J Carolyn Callstreet in disguise)IAren't THIS
Lucile are back at home again >$. U ... She Purereft t
: f Rudolph ana Madeline Surely did miss 'em while x.... Salt "ne '4

t Andrew having a bad run of they were In Venice Mrs. ;

5et luck? Having the roof burn I looks so much better and feels M'l l tit 1'.-..!='.' -<- -- ;;_ MIRRO -

.. ed from over their heads twice la much better I hope she '99tpatkafSO: 1utL: ..; +_', .:'. ;:,". t Mettea rt
such
short .
a time! Fires are tlnues to ditto .
.
EOCA-COLA: HOT. CO. such awful things rm like Only more so 6.IIh.rf.mesdsrouns.dard;. f"t AluminumI'
Mrs. Sullivan (the school cafeteria Ruth I f save meaer. AyxaM rtepucr x ,
Rowe In Rome. '
a: WE ARE manager) I get the shudders Rosa Mae to pull through Ga.. helpIng an- N_. r;........, _, .... . -!. ;.
PRESCRIPTIONEXPERTS every time I hear the siren ""
tetjIssVIOrtts
operation .
Makes
me Srr, '
Chapman Paddln'sporting the Pavement one of: Robert those happy that Rosle is y Col rMsatptire rtMs N CHy ce I V LI.

CARPENTER'S right along ver'// ti
very h'Engllsh pork-pie hats Can hardly wait till Feb. 1
The Rexall Store
Dot
Bishop puttln' in the .
day now
see Robert Wadlow, the boy ALL REX ALL .pisl K; la ks1i1 t ;
t ,
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y, FKKRCAUY 0 I 1940 BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STAKKE. FLORIDA PAGE FIVE


Mr. Mrs. L. E. Jordan and I
r and I
BITS of LOCAL :-
NEWS :
lion, Harold, of Ovleda, Dr. and >

.. .. .. Mrs. C. C. Mendoza and son. Cliff, :
---- --- --------- -- -
-- ------ -- --- SENSATIONAL
-- and daughter, Miss Gloria Johns !
and Mrs. D. E. Knight Mr.. and Mrs. N. D. WaInwright, Mr. and Mrs. Randolph Boree ot Tom Ritch, and Mr. and Mrs. Q. j i
Tuesday in Jacksonville. 3r., spent last Friday In Jack- Jacksonville were guests last W. Guess, all of Jacksonville were f

sonville, week-end of Mrs. Boree's parents, guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. T.
J and Mr*. James Lamb will Mr. and Mrs G. H. Bennett: J. Griffin. CLEAR F1 :
I
I Sunday In Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. H. A.
Bishop and
1 ... Friends of Mr; and Mrs. S A L E
daughter, Nina spent Saturday In Mr. and Mrs. Carl Chambllsi Guy THE
I Rev. and Mrs Frank Rob- Jackonvllle. and Miss Ruby Fugate, all ol Sale of Tallahassee will be glad
Mills, Mrs L. F. ..I }
Mrs. 'J. C. Jacksonville were guests Sundayof to learn that they will move here
1 and Leonard Smith spent the first of the week where they DECK It:
Mr.
and Mrs. :J. ,F. Colley.
y In Jacksonville., Mr. and Mrs A. E. McKinney will make their home. Mr. Sale,
spent Sunday In Jacksonville formerly employed by the P. Llor- "

visiting friends. Friends of Sharon Hall will be (lard Tobacco Co., will be connected NOW IN FULL SWING
nt-a-Word glad to learn that she is improving with J. B. Sapp In the ; :
W. P. Smith spent several days after being confined to her grocery business. :
================ last week In Lamont with his home three weeks. because of ill '
'TO BUY cow and TO MAKE ROOM FOR 't
??Market prices paid on nil brother, .S. E. Smith. fleas Mrs. E. S. Matthews is spending Vanity Fair
this week In Orlando as the
ea. J: D. ODOM box 24T.ke Mr.. and Mrs Junlus Smith Friends of Mrs. V. B. Harrell guost of her son-in-law and daughter WARM PAJAMAS ; ,''L1

Fla, 331lyr.p spent last Thursday and FridayIn will be glad to learn that she is Dr. and Mrs. H.'B. McLendon. Regular $2.00 Value SPRING MERCHANDISE .

j gr>-iterillzed (boiled) cot- Tampa attending the Fair much Improved after being con- She will be accompanied home :J
fined to her home because of. ill the latter of the week by
part
:
button No
with
|. gs Will those pay no meeting 5-cents our per,, pent Mr.'Wednesday and :Mrs. in Sam Jacksonvillewith Anderson ness. Mr.hearings Matthews of the who Florida has conducted Railroad $1.49CHENILLE WE MUST M 0 V E OUR'ij,1

d for Mr. and Mrs. Glen Searing. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Searing and Commission In Miami.
val. Bradford'- County two daughters, Hilda and Eleanor & WOOLEN n;
M PRESENT
raph. Mrs. W. B. Mundy accompaniedby of Jacksonville were guests Sun- Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Williams ROBES STOCK AT I

HALE-I* head select Durocy Mrs. :J. O. Godwin of the State day night of Mr. and Mrs. Sam and Captain S. A Bryan had as

boars and gilts about_4 Farm, spent Monday In Jackson Anderson. their guests Friday through Sun- $5.98 & $6.50 Values ff.

'old from'Wave-Maatpr ville. day Mr and Mrs.' Cecil Pow- 1
They are fine. ''WftjL v __, Friends of Mrs. L. S. Hutto will ers and son, Jack, of Brook vllle, i
Eter In purchaser's name 'Jj!Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Gentry were be glad to learn that she is Improving Mr and Mrs. E. O. Firkins of $3.75 PRICE

I approximately 10,000'Cay: -\ guests Tuesday!' night of Mr. and after being confined to Bartow, and Mr, and Mrs J. R. \

ind 5,000 P. O.3. seed cane./ Mrs.Butler., George- Marquee, In Lake her illness.home for some time becauseof Durden and son, Bobby, of CHILDRENS 2 i ItI:: rOUTING
Nichols.
radford Farms L. A. PAJAMAS J ,1 i!

Brooker Fla. .
n mgr.. '
1-12 4t Mrs. Eldridge Smith Is spend- Miss Virginia Fugate has returned Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Hoppe and ALL OUR DRESSES, SKIRTS AND
ing some time in Shubuta, Mass., to Jacksonville after spend- son, Jimmy, have returned to their $1.25 & $1.39 Values SWEATERS COMPLETE RANGE OF r

E-To Whom It May Con- with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. ing the past week here with her home In Tampa after spendingthe STYLES AND SIZES SMART CREA ,
Leave my stock 'alone, T.!Toney. uncle and aunt Mr. and Mrs. J. week-end here with Mr and
1 1.00 TIONS ORIGINALLY PRICED ,
and cattle; 'or suffer the F. Colley. Mrs. O. L Beasley., They were $ TilE PRACTI'i'
uuences..-Leon Dlcandlo. Mr. and Mrs. E. Carles of Jack- accompanied home by Mrs.. Beas- MARKET, NOW BEING
1-28.4tpALEGood sonville were guests Sunday of Friends of L. C. Powell will be ley who will remain until the lat CALLY GIVEN AWAY AT HALF PRICE .
Mrs. Mike Dew and Mrs.. E. R. Interested to learn that he cele- ter part of the week. \

new aeeds that Williamson.Mrs. brated his 91st birthday anniversary HURRY FOLKS ; ;
[succeed. Strlngless beans Friday February 2. at his OIIDKU NOTICE: OK )PI'BLICATIOV TO APPKAIl AM GOWNS

erson Bush Limas and H. S. Speer of Pahokee Is home here. The State of Florida to t.aura SILK ,
books potatoes,' tomatoes, the guest of her brotherinlawand .-- Hess, Harrington. Hotel, Canton, "
nber and s )uairiv peanuts. sister Congressman and Mrs. Mr, and Mrs.. Ivan Hazen and New You York are notified that Roy B. Come Early For The Best Originally Priced at $2.00 U

.!:Om.-Velvet beans, and R. A. Green. Mrs. A. E. McKinney: will spend bill Hens of BB plaintiff complaint ban for duly filed dlvorc.alraln..t his. ;ra raSelections
it.Whit@s_ .: Stark. Fla. this afternoon and part of tonight you Laura Hem an defendant $1.49
-V: > 3-2:4t: Mr. and Mrs. E. L.'Molpus spent in Jacksonville seeing "Gone With and that affidavit for the isNuance -, I But Be Sure '
of thin order wa d/ filed ) I ,<,
Sunday afternoon in Gainesvillewith The Wind. all In the Circuit Court Bradford CHILDRENS
ALE -i Rhode" Island Red Mrs. Molpus' parents, Mr. County Florida Jn Chancery; .
Raised In'' battery, 2 and Laura Hess, are hereby ,
ers. and Mrs. P. H. Perry., Mrs. Edward Burns Mrs. J. E. ordered you to appear In Bald cause on KNITTED SUITS \
3-4 pounds,,.,'weeks/: old. Wilson, and Mrs. J. Morgan Darby March 4, A. D. 1940. Bradford To Attend This I Great Caps Jackets and :
|M. B. Herlong. ,It Brownlee County Telegraph la designated a. Leggins r
Mr. and Mra. J. M. spent Tuesday in Jacksonville at- the newspaper In which this order
,
Cream :Jersey cow heavy spent Friday and Saturday in tending a conference of the Wel shall be published enoe ach week. Mittens tI;,\
week. prior to
four consecutive
calf (may have found calf Jacksonville with their daughter fare Board. for Bald appearance day. Sale. Our Merchandise I Is Were $3.98 to $4.98 Now- ,
r.
how), horns tipped, and had Miss Martha Brownlee. Witness my hand and official seal ,
Mr. and Mrs. R. R. at Stark, Florida .ibis, January l
Hutchings
(bad quarter. Please notify SOth A. D. 1940.OFFICIAL :
I. Johns, Hampton;*" It Miss Edna Hutto and O. P. and daughter, Montle, of Gaines- ( BEAD A. J. Thomas The Smartest In $3.75Costume \
.. Always :
Hutto of Jacksonville were guests ville were guests ,Sunday of his Clerk County Circuit Florida.I Court.: of Bradford' f

I One Elgin ladles 'wristh last week-end of their patents, parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Knight & Knight Jewelry For ;i
yellow.gold black band, Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Hutto. Hutchings and family. Attorneys for plaintiff., 2-2 4t 223 The /i Price

id shape. .Reward-.' E.ptfoot NOTION OK APPLICATION: Community. :f',;
ron TAX UkEU ___ :
Mrs.. Artford Brown. Miss Edith Friends of Julian Griffis, who
Stark ,Phone130_ ($..... Dill No. lea)
; Rowe,> and Miss Clara Flume Is with the U.. S. Navy,,,will ,be NOTICE IS HEHEBY OIVKN.

I have bad partTuf Amy spent the first of the week in glad to learn that, he,1s recuper- That Certificate H. A.No.Bishop 418. l Issued holder the of 2nd Tax ii iii'j
west of :xStark( ploughed Tampa attending the Fair ating after being confined, to a day ,of July A. D. 1 M. has filediame CLAR JEAN SHOPPE
the. purpoabtDfrtlHepl)1g'itburning. ;;: --r--T+ -- hospital In Norfolk, ,V....- In my office' and has made 41* '
)
application for a tax) deed to be
.",*.'T"Kad* Intended Friends of Mrs .Stanley Bennett Issued thereon. Hald certificate embraces I '
ave these lands open range, will be glad to learn that she Is Mr. and Mrs. Lacy Rigdon and the In the following County of Bradford describedproperly ,, Phone 97 STARKE, FLORIDA : ;
Itil
fire has been' set In several Improving after being confined to children and Mr. and Mrs. Arthur. State of Fiori".., Jo-wlU ,
this tract and If this her home because of illness. Rigdon. all of Jacksonville were Lots. 1. :> & KM of Lot S In BE ,.
es on Cur. of NK<4 of NE<4-:2% A? Section
fS again I will have to fence I guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. J. Township 6 South, hangs : : I
land.L.. O. Powell. Itp Mr. Mrs. W. M. Wainwright J. Rigdon and Mr. and Mrs. J. L. 22 East containing 3 Acres, more
of Tallahassee were guests Gentry.Dr. or less FREE DELIVERY ,t
I
The assessment of the said prop- !

ALE ngalow 1 OR, RENT,with -two Six": large room Friday, Mr.of and Mr. Mrs.WalnwrlghVs N. D. Wainwright parents .- and Mrs. L. H. Jennings at- erty Helberger under was ,In the the said name certificate. of. l>... Ida issued J.- S. R. Johns PHONE

hes, double flue. On large, Sr.: They were accompanied tended a dinner party In Jackson- Unless. said certificate shall b.rede..m..d .
ed lot. Mrs. Annie Lou home by Mrs. N. Stern- ville Monday night given by Mi. property described according. therein to law will, the beHold i I
win Box 12, Lawtey Fla. berg, who remains 'with them until and Mrs. Perry Carlson In cele- to the highest bidder at the
.
of the week.TERNBERG bration of their sixteenth wedding court house door on the first Monday ;
latter
2-9 it P the part In the month of March 1940, 45 :
anniversary. which U the 41h., day of starch,
1940. ;. I
'
Dated this 29th., day of January, & Sons 1
NAT SEZ: I IOV..rheard Frank Hemingway Jr:, of the 1940. PLENTY OF PARKINGSPACE
U. S. Navy, returned last week to OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas
Clerk of Circuit Court ,of BradfordCounty I I
the following gonvcr.atlon I his post at Norfolk, Virginia, Florida. 2-2 6t 3-1 ( \
In front of my store the after enjoying a week's leave herewith NEAR THE 8 A. t. DEPOT
in THE" cmrtJiT COURT OF THRKK.II'III CASH AND CARRY PRICES i t ,i
\ other day:- I his parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. Jnul' ('IA1. CIHCVIT I'll J ,
a "An I ain't nevuh goln td be G. Hemingway. ANI FOB DHAIIKOHU COUNTY, .
FLORID. I'> IHANtKHVNOTICK : 'ij
feet!' Is no big '
no ghntned mo, no cause sub."my Mr. and Mr. G. H. Bennett and Henrietta Jones TO, DEFENDANT OUR ,SPECIAL C* CRISCO 'f

This remark was prompted by their: guests, Mr. and Mrs. Ran vs-Plaintiff, COFFEE, Pound X O C 3 Pounds 51 C. ;
the display of a size 35 shoe In dolph Boree of Jacksonville and Clarence Addition Jones, I: i
our window worn by Robert Wad- Mrs. L. E. Miner spent Sunday In Defendant.THK .
IN'
NAMK OK THE HTATB OF <
::1a. low the tallest man In the world Palatka visiting Mr. Miner who Is FLORIDA, GREITINfJlTO Staley's f\ PEANUT :,
U to visit us soon Get : Clarence Addison Jones
who Glendale
going In the Hospital.
whose address ol J. 20c
'ready 'glrto-It's leap year you Columbus Club, Baltimore, Mary STARCH, 3 for U C BUTTER, 2 Ibs. ;

know. I II I Mr. and Mrs. Irwin Taylor and land.You are hereby required. to appear -
young daughter recently returned to the bill of complaint filed
I I. YorkAPPLES PEACHES
against on or before Fancy -J f\- f\
from a four month's stay in Mon- you
New
StylesIn Monday, Jhe 4th day of March, A.
w, ner ahan, Texas. Mr. Taylor Is an U. 1940. 3 Ibs. JL U C NO. 2 1-2 CAN 1 C
employe of the Starke Dry Clean- It In further ordered that thisorder V
be In the
published BRADFORD -
ers and was away on a leave of COUNTY TELEGRAPH, a
newspaper In said Countyof TOMATOES
absence. Large
bcheede
Bradford, week for
WAYNE'IMAIDFROCKS I, -
four consecutive week., 1lJC 6C x
CELERY 2 For NO. 2 CAN ;
i Mrs. Donald J. Morriss and WITNESS my hand and official ,
seal this flat day of January, A. .
daughter Joan, returned Wednesday D. 1940.
to their home in Atlanta Ga., (OFFICIAL, SEAL) A. J. Thomas, -
Clerk Circuit Court. By J. It. SUGAR GOODBROOMS
At' after spending several days her Deputy Clerk. 2-2 K.IIYi;< 23C 19
as guests of Mrs. Morriss' brother- 5 Pound. C iv
in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs.
1.98 & $2.98e 0 I C. A. Knight.Mr. RADIO REPAIR
WORK Fat Hens-Dressed Chase & Sanborn Y

getting an unexpected 1V .1 I.1I and daughter. and Mrs., Jo Joseph Ann of Thomas Crescent Licensed ElectricianHOUSE or Alive, lb. 15 C COFFEE, lb. 21 C

.
ck from a rich aunt I City and Mr. and Mrs. J. B.

ding smart frocks like Mills and family of Green Cove WIRING A I
at such low prices. 11 Springs were guests Sunday of SPECIALTY PorkSHOULDER SweetPOTATOES f\

Sizes from 38 to 46 I II Mrs. E. M Thomas and Mr. and I -All Work Guaranteed- lb. lOc 10 Ibs. I C

Others from 11 to" 20 1 II II I I Mrs. A J. Wilkinson.
-
I Mrs. C. L. arrived here Mayes' Radio LETTUCE Kitchen p

ig Town ValuesSATIlfsLIPS 11 i 1 1I I I last Indefinite week from stay with Lacoochee her for sister an, ServiceNO 2 For 15C MATCHES 2 For ) C

Mrs. Ella Johns. If she is successful -
{
In disposing of some South Pork Bradford County
I V I Florida property, she might Invest 121L 3 Jo25 '

hero. Mrs. Mol t said CHOPS, lb. LARD, can 4

Mrs. C. W. Chalker returned to
xurious Quality Fabricsh I I"SU1tEW her homo Sunday after spending AP We Buy White Hens TOILETTISSUE

Exquisite' ,New lace I II some time In Ft. McPherson near 3 for JLl/C
II ,
she was the At Market Prices
I embroidery 1 trims. Atlanta, Ga., where
I guest of Col. and Mrs. H. R.
guaranteed: against -"
Richmond and In Charleston. S. I

Ping. 338 C.. where she visited her two sons, Wilson & Toomer FertilizerStrawberry
Sizes 32 to 44 Charles William and John M. I
students the Citadel.
Chalker. at
WHILE
Ur
J
ice $"4. LAST ', ...- ..or;; Captain S. A. Cryan M returnedto M I 39.3 Bradford i
s
THEY __M 9nM_...1....$ eI to'" and his daughter home,with Mr. and his Mrs.son-in-law A. B. WONDER liE SMILESHe Special, per ton 25 o 00 Special, per ton 24. 50 ,

Williams,- here Friday after en- Eats RegularlyAt

Joying a two week visit in Bar-

tow with another son-in-law and The 47.5 Bradford If Prices Are Wanted On
(
? daughter. Mr. and Mrs E. G.
Orange .Blossom
27 50
Firkins. Mr. and Mr*. Firkins Special per ton
,
accompanied him home;, and,.remained .Cafe a Cheaper Fertilizer-We Have Itt
.
over the week-end. 1II


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PAGE sue tKlADFORTJ COUNTY Tl:TELEGRAPH STARKE. FLORIDA FRIDAY. FKIMtUAltv 9FARMERS' I


I and the American Red Cross were- MANATEE WINS AGAIN
1940 AAA
II SECTION Program \\in the field last week-end making ILIVE STATE NEWS Tampa,--Manatee County ,,.
,
,
H Said To Be arrangements for relief to grow __ slstently the top money Winner
ers and workers. Applications !
More EffectiveThe the Florida
State
r THEHOUSEHOLD. for seed loans were coming in POSTOFFICK CONTRACT DAMAGE: $2,000,000 Fair, Contlu
RURAL HINTS FOR
belief that Florida farmers steadily to the Farm Credit Ad- Washington. $367,765 contract Fort Myers,-Cold damage to Its winning streak as aW&/j

COMMON SENSE. . ministration. citrus and truck were compiled after
will carry out a more effectivesoil for construction of a post Lee County crops Jiidgw\ fc
Senator Pepper said that he 1 In estimated at $2,000,000 by completed last week.
EFFORT FOR RECOVERY SEWING AT HOME conservation program in 1940 office and Federal courthouse was Mace!,
I than ever before was expressed byJ. and other members of the Florida Orlando was awarded,last week. County Agent Carl Heuck's committee with $1.405, led the list Of!,

Nature has Just dealt Florida I Home sewing will likely proveto Lee Smith, agronomist with Congressional delegation were en- which made the rounds of competing counties. Pin J

agriculture one of the severest! be an economical practice in the State Agricultural Extension deavoring to have the $400 limit S,'JOO CHICKENS BURNED farms and groves. The committee was second with $1,210 and S"

felowa in its history. Not the providing the spring and summer Service on his return from a recent on loans for'seed Increased and Lake Wales, Fire originating: estimated that between $400- was third with $1.115.: &

worst blow perhaps, for there' wardrobe. It seems as !if readymade conference of Southern extension to find means by which feed for from an exploding: boiler destroyed 000 and $500.000 will be needed three major classifications

were devastating freezes at the clothes will perhaps cost agronomists and Agricultural cattle could be purchased. He a large hen house and 3,700 for rehabilitation. tee County won $450 first \\I

end of the last century and early more while the price of yard Adjustment Administration explained that such assistance chickens at the Chalet] Suzanne. for vegetables. Highlandsthe

4'' In the present century. But the goods, particularly cotton, may officials in Washington was denied cattle owners In west LEGION HOME BURNS $450 first prize for cltrui v

freeze that came during the past remain about the same. Smart Plans for assisting farmers in Florida during the flood situation DOGS LOST IN FIRE Chattahoochee The recently Alachua was awarded the ti.'
bad It cottons well suited to Florida last year, as no governmental blue ribbon for
fortnight was : practically are carrying out worthwhile con- Sarasota, At least 21 greyhounds constructed American Legion home hay, grain u
-out vegetable wear since washable, agency could provide foor for forage.
wiped growing they are servation practices, increasing were burned to death was completely destroyed by a
trope; It wrought havoc with e cool and economical. cattle. origin fire which town and
production and use of locally when a fire of undetermined noon-day ,
fine juicy citrus crop; and It Considerable saving Is possible state firemen TOO COLD FOR CRABS
grown legume seed, and providingas >> destroyed a wooden kennel hospital were unable -
% caused losses In cattle and other with home sewing. By spending a grant-of-ald, wherever necessary U. S. Now Has I housing: dogs here for the Sarasota to combat. The $4,000 structure Cocoa-Two bushels of

__ stock." equal amounts of cash for a the materials needed to Seven Seta Kennel Club meeting. caught fire from an over- crabs taken" from the water

Before the freeze, golden, juice. ready-made and home-made dress, carry out approved soil-building I heated chimney while local members 'hand during the cold wave! Ik.

heavy fruit hung from the trees; the home-made garment can be practices were discussed at the Of QuadrupletsThe I SUGAR CAN] HARD HIT of the Legion auxiliary were ,not a tall story but an actual(u(

"f after the freeze the color of the superior In quality of fabric, and meeting, Mr. Smith said. Clewlston.-Clarence R. Bitting, entertaining Legionnaires' wives V.G. Williams says that oat

fruit was the same, but the fruit workmanship, and will render "The 1940 AAA program," the recent birth of quadruplets 'president of the United States from several neighboring towns. his cooks went to the ocean St.
frozen and, comparatively, of greater service. It must be economical 3 and 1 Mr. and
: was extension worker averred, "Is/ an girls boy-to Sugar Corporation, with extensive urday and came back with a

little value. That's the story of to sew at home as (t has other progressive step in the Mrs. Clyde Short near Nauvoo 'plantations In Florida, reported to ADDED ATI'RACTIONArcadlaA crab, stating there were 111&.,

i many a grove during. the recent been found that as families have movement to. conserve soil re Alabama, has caused a searchingof stockholders tbat the freeze of crowd at the open- more there. Naturally, with at

freeze. less money to spend housewives sources of the South and the na records :for other living sets of i last week-end "totally destroyed" Ing performance of the all-Florida crabs selling at about 20 cents
.
Actual extent of the damage do more sewing at home. Also, lion" quadruplets In the United States, the matured cane standing: on 25: rodeo got a thrill that wasn't I on pound, Mr. Williams sent the It

done by the cold cannot be definitely the larger the family, the more The program places additional of which there are said to be percent of the planted acreage. the program as a blooded Brahma ployee back to the ocean andt>

_y determined for two or three wardrobe Items are made at home. emphasis on conservation of soil, seven, including the latest addi bull threw a rider, tried to gore rewarded by getting five but

weeks yet, for it takes that long Savings can be expected from frost, and human resources. tion to the list. TOO COLD FOR BIRDS him and then held a dozen Sunday they got seven bUSh!

for Injury to trees to show up. It home construction of garments. Other points brought out by Mr.. Best known are the :four Keys West Palm Beach. When the mounted cowboys at "bay a half more. The crabs were said

Is hoped that the trees were hardened Cotton dresses, a wardrobe necessity Smith about the 1940 program include sisters, born In Oklahoma in 1915, mercury went down to 38 here recently hour before it could be removed have been suffering from the a,

by the gradual cool weather for women and girls, yield the following: all of whom are graduates of an "emergency hospital"was from the arena. The chilly weatherwas weather, were nearly frozen u

which prevailed before the subfreezing considerable] saving when made at To encourage use of desirable Bayor University. set up for hundreds of small I to the liking of the frisky could be picked from the water

temper a t u res came home. Less saving Is to be expected birds that benumbed cold animals and led the edge where had
practices that normally are not Next in age are me four Per- by they cowboys they been w
along. from home construction of weather, landed on streets and a chase with the result ed by the waves, without
carried out on many farms, ratesof I rlcone brothers of Texas, now 10 merry dati
That million of dollars worth highly standardized garments payments for carrying out conservation years old, followed by the four lawns here and were unable to that performances were far from of being snipped by the h
,of damage was done to citrus and which easily lend themselves to .
take off Some of records. claws.
.again. the birds strong
practices have been re Morlok girls of Michigan, 9; the
_ h'' other crops Is certain.At mass production. Consequently, vised. Kasper quadruplets, three boys were Identified as "English mockIng -
this time, when mightbe such shirts overfillsmen's .
many garments as ,
birds" which flew in
Maximum payment rates are the and a girl, of New Jersey 3; the : here
'y inclined to bemoan their losses, and boy's Butts, under
same as In 1939 for such practices four Badgett girls of Texas, just droves from the Bahama Islands. I BOREE FUNERAL HOME
a statement by Dr. Wllmon Newell clothes, and sleeping garments
t
provost for agriculture at the may be bought ready-made at a as application of lime, phos one year old. There la also al(COLD SPELL, BLAMED Fun line of Caskets & Undertaken Supplies
phate, and ground limestone, seed record of four children born to
University of Florida, seems particularly small Increase in cost. 'The wise AMBULANCE SEBVIO&
ing of kudzu and Winter legumes, family] named Pinnetti, age not Miami,-All but one of 73 men
and DAY AND NIGHT
c appropriate perti use of time In remodeling, renovating
arrested here over the weekendon
_ establishment of .
t nent. He said: "Florida] agriculture and using thrift materials permanent pas given.Alabama's 154PHONE 154
ture, terracing, and planting and quadruplets were drunk charges pleaded in Municipal -
v has come back before when Is an effective means of keeping: O. H. BENNETT Mgr
Court that
protecting trees. born rude cabin the current
pine at night in a
It suffered setbacks as severe as clothing costs low. "A HOME-LIKE INSTITUTION"Dean
Payment rates have been reduced lighted only by a keroiiene lamp cold spell was responsible
the one we have Just experienced. I Too frequently, the results of
from 1939 and with fir their condition. One defendant,
on seeding lee only an open grate
And it will back
4 come again. The i home sewing are unsatisfactory.
pedeza and annual for heat. Dr. H. J. the a bartender, didn't mention the
fiankey.
Winter is not yet ended, but we : The criticisms are that home rye grass con
Vii tour !listing, planting attending was hard cold. He blamed his intoxicationon
physician
non-legumes
that will not have : of
hope we a repetition made garments are less smart and Pharmacy Perfect!
of the weather we have lack the interesting details of Summer cover crops (except In pressed to keep them alive until a toothache.

been orchards or on commercial vegetable they could be removed to a hos
through recently. ready-made garments. Satisfactory
"A great deal of damage has home skill land), and cowpeas, velvet I pltal next day, and placed in an MANY JUDGES UNOPPOSED
sewing requires beans Tallahassee.-With the I Remedy for Cold
Crotalaria passingof
CoughsNine
and soybeans improvised incubator.
_ p been done, and to rebuild and repair and Interest on the part of the the
interplanted] qualifying deadline, two
is a great task which face worker, time and efficient equip or grown In comb! The babies were prematurely; -
nation with soil-depleting born, each weighing approximately state supreme court justices and
us. But we must not waste time ment. As crops. ingredients Including coldresisting
sewing techniques are Small farms 24 circuit Judges automatically creosote for penetration.. A bu
can mini three At last
earn a pounds. report -
and of the vitamins A and
energy over things past adapted to meet changing style Dare of genuine California Jig
mum payment of $20. In add! they were thriving and received Democratic re-nomina combined iym
ap into medicine
that could not be helped: We must trends, the home dress-maker one great gives Mentho-Mulsion a taste
lion for lack of jra
'a, get to work immediately to make must be alert to new methods, tion to regular soil-building assistance parently destined to live. Many opposition. Op MenthoMulelonby the dean of will like. It clings to your irritate

P readjustments, plans, and a start equipment, and all construction each :farm may obtain an gifts have been sent them from ponents qualified against seven pharmacy of a large mid-western membranes so its soothing, he.'

toward recovery. Past history aids. additional $3() for assistance in far and near, including $100 from circuit judges. Justice Armatead university This remarkable medi ingredients act quicker, better.
:
Sewing give personal
.; has demonstrated the spirit and may planting a specific acreage In Jesse Jones, head of the RFC and Brown and Roy H. Chapman of cine'stops coughing and relieves "I served in the army thirty
enjoyment by expressing crew that terrible
I determination of our farmers andgrowers tive forest trees. suitable arrangements are being the supreme court were the only 8tufTed-up feeling im ,three years and went through tw
} when they ability through design, color, Soil Conservation and soil made for their permanent care qualifiers for their offices. Terms mediately. Mentho-Mulsion is gua- campaigns in the Philippines,"sa
\\l experiencedadversity. and ranteed to rid
workmanship. of the other you of your cough Mr.
four George Morehouse
"and
lf u jJ ., We know, that this Another distinct advantage o fed building in Florida practices according generally to need Mr expire until next justices year. do Circuit not due to colds quicker than any medicine the last two years I suffered, fn fr
spirittand determination still LONG BRIDGE you ever tried
prevails being trained in sewing is knowl Smith Include'' Summer judges are. nominated in the or every cent bronchial irritation due to coldi
;y% and we have no doubt aboutFlorida edge of values gained. She who 1 1s Is legumesand By Miss Bonnie II. Turner maries and pri will be refunded without question. Mentbo-Mulsion is the only prep
other manure appointed by the gov- Besides
green
agriculture making crops vitamins A and D ration that
rS experienced In sewing developesthe gave me genuine relief
i comeback as quickly' as humanresourcefulness ability to judge qualities in grown and left on ground or. Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Logan of ernor for six-year terms, and supreme Mentho -Mulsion contains seven Mentho-Mulsion is endorsed b

i and energy can ready-to-wear garments. turned under, seeding permanent L High Springs were visiting Mr. court justices are electedfor soothing healing oils and unguents your neighbors: and guaranteed b,

jj accomplish It. Let us dismiss the Home sewing will prove to be a pastures, planting and protecting I and Mrs. K. C. Priest Sunday. six year terms.. including highest quality beechwood leading druggists everywhere.-ad'

_ I recent frying experience and get saving in money, a means of self- forest trees, and terracing and! We are glad to report that
contour listing of rolling lands. Kenneth Turner returned to his
quickly to the big task ahead ous. f expression, and will develop judg
." Plans are now under the home after
,
ment. Whether to do the sewingat way Sunday spending a
home or to buy the garments extension worker explained, to week in Alachua County Hospital, '

ni "WHY utter from Colds r ready-made must be decided beach y assist farmers in determining where he underwent an operationfor e
their individual needs for ImprovIng appendicitis.
woman for herself.
For quick their land. Misses Betty and Doris Crosby
de'
relief from 666 We will pay 8-cenU per pound spent the week-end in Lake Butler f' ,

old symptoms for boiled cotton rage meeting our: Cold Damaged visiting friends and relatives]

y take seeIJquJd approvalNo button or old Garnet Dukes of Lake Butler

Tablet Salve Nose pants. Bradford County Tele Florida Roads and Miss Bonnie B. Turner motor

c Drops graph., Around $1,000,000January's ed to Lake City Thursday night.
Rev. S. V. St. John of Keystone 'er

freezing weather, Heights preached at the Long ;

INSURE WITH which produced of unprecedented Bridge Christian Church Saturday; Tuptq. ].
spewing ground caused
ice
N. D. WAINWRIGHT JR. night and Sunday. -
more than $1.000,000 to
damage 1r
Mrs. O. E. Crosby is attendingthe .
FIRE LIFE AUTO LIABILITY BONDS Florida highways. Florida State College in Talla I
State Road
B Department engineers hassee.

Phone 11 STARKE FLORIDA reported to headquartersthat
E. C. Priest made a business
about 400 miles
of llmerock
trip to Gainesville Saturday.T. .
base roads will
require resurfac
H.
Shepherd was transacting
4 FUNERAL DIRECTORMy ing, and that considerable patch business in Jacksonville SaturdayA.
ing of surfaces will be
necessary.
Many Tear Experience Makes It Possible .. M. r i
for Me to RenderEFFICIENT. Chief Engineer J. H. Dowlingsaid
Mr. and Mrs. N. G. Moody and
!: PROMPT and COURTEOUS SERVICE the repairs will cost between
daughter, Melba were visiting in .'A YvP #k
MODERATE PRICES $1,000,000 and $1,250,000. About

DeWITT C. JONES half the damage occurred in West Providence Sunday. r ; r

Starfce Florida Florida. Other section considerably IA .

affected were Marlon and BETHEL 4 :

$ Columbia Counties, IJy Mrs. D. D. Woodard

Dowling explained that lime rock .
Mr. and Mrs. or
Ralph Gainey .
base roads were damaged because 'o
Boatdraln L- -
were visiting Mrs. E. t
.t surfaces placed upon them are not t E. Lee Sunday..
as heavy as the surface of other
Miss Gladys Lee is visiting her
MEATCURING roads. The lighter surface has
aunts Mrs.. Don Boree of Jackson.
been used, he said, because of the ville. .,
quality of limeroclc base. Rains -Tr
=fii Mrs. F. R. Coleman and children
which occurred immediately before
were visiting Mrs. K. E. Lee Sun.
+
r the freezing weather set In

:K caused expansion of ground ice day.Mrs.
Albert Gllsson and children .
that
broke and ridged the cur
n-? faces.. have returned to their homein
East Palatka after spending a
e. "We had never had such
any
short while with Mrs. D. D,
freezing weather In the history of

No increase the road department" Dowling] Woodard.
in
prices said. "We will put down heavier Jr.Harvey. of Jacksonville Gainey and were Joe visiting Grlffls,

surfaces in the futureGovernment ."
their aunt, Mrs. E. E. Lee Sunday

Mrs. Walter Starling and daughter.

Aid I Leafy, were visiting Mrs

For Grower ( Edna Jones Sunday.FREE .

We Specialize In Sugar Is ExpeditedRelief


for Florida farmers and Pains in

Y agricultural workers who lost ,

Cured Meats crops and work during the recent sack
freeze U being expedited as quick. THE LEGS !F?nYf Coca-Cola

ly wa possible by all government And Other with food is a

agencies qualified to act In such KIDNEY WEAKNESSES Drink

emergencies Senator Claude Pep. Tab KmAN3 maw .... ..11... nB.rlaa taste experience millions wel-
per has informed H. O. Clayton, _d lUaaoaMuia Bockocb and I.eq PoiaaTN

administrative officer of the -o..mrat Eauvr-Hecd. come. natural
Agricultural Adjustment Admin. _.. DiaI_ H_. ...-c--.I1oy it / partner of good
GAINESVILLE fametfaaal ZldMy ad Vladdw Dtwd .
ICE AND COLD iatratlon e.
in
this state. Take KtDANS *... Kid...,.. end III..
STORAGE COMPANYJ. "Great need of seed grants and ... ...*.s Mp. -whm fractional kidney durdm things to eat, Coca-Cola sends
for subsistence .....u' pofconou, wutM ...d acid
,
Including clothing to rennin in tin blood. Belief on- onm Delicious
as well aa medicine, and at least .with th. flnrt __Co 1. .. few day, th..rmpao..hould andRefreshing you back to work with that feeling -
..
.tinrly dl The
L. GEORGE, Mgr. temporary employment for desti- will ..... you f..| tatter .... look r.brtter.
tute growers and workers la well, T.k. KIOAN3 /In. "-... Function kldiM
_kB_ mar proT. _rIo_ Rmmabw b of complete refreshment.
realized ) !
Phone 1067 1201 N. Grove St the senator said In his KIUAMS mu.1 Mti.fr or tk. trlnl .. fn..
communication to Mr. ti
d Clayton. MONEY BACK GUARANTEE!
GAINESVILLE Representatives of the RFC Deposit tl.M with your drtmtot tat two F
FLORIDA Disaster Loan Corporation Fed- box., of .: U.. on. bo*. It not.atlI PAUSE THAT REFRESHES
.tM5wt.
wtth RESULTS.: ntnrntb
eral Surplus Commodities Corporation t* MM .......' and your
Farm Credit Administra .oeB will b* -......... Start XIDAN8 BOTTLED UNDHl AUTHORITY Of nIB COCAXX i CO. BY
.. ,
,ktn.v .1.
torfar. JUDAMS. cold by
tion. Federal Land Bank, WPA STARKE COCA-COLA
CARPENTER'S: DRUG STORE BOTTLING CO.
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JAY, FLOIIIDA"L
::1::, BRADFORD COUNTY TEIJ60RAFu 8'rAIlKE.

'_ I Mfs. r... A. Davls _...-. .I"*>...a,'rman of, -.. -_ -.\,
thodist the committee 1 Paty Denounces I these merchandising giants shoulcbe |'I State Farm Scouts I ment at the Baptist Ch'l'Ch Sun-'No harm Done :'r'I
urch Notes Services next Sunday Administrative placed on a tax parity with day morning and night.. +I ".;
morning Costs ..
their smaller Independent comnetl Enjoy Hike I Willie Strickland of Miami A ,
will be conducted by the pastor. I II flying spark caused the roof ;
unJay morning worshipers at The Sunday evening services will I I Of Old-Age Payments tore At the regular meeting of Scout, spent Saturday night with his of Lester Kite' home, southwestof iti : l
First Methodist Church ob- be one of Interest not only to the I I "I believe, Mr. Chalnstore Man' Troop 104 Friday night Tender-j parents, Mr. and Mrs K. Strick- Starke to catch on fire early; :(' ". \($\
ed the monthly administration members of the Church but to all!i Advocating state matching of! he added "that you should pa'lyour :r :oot badges were awarded to land.The last Friday night Fortunately f I ',t std/
Sacrament of the Lord's people of the community who are federal funds for old age pensions, cleiks a little higher watt;t Richard Woodward, Bernard Jordan Rev. and Mrs. Vestal returned -passersby saw the blaze notified, : .';
he scale Instead of all th Saturday from Jacksonville Mr. Kite, :1' ',
the direction of the interested In the work that Is car- thereby giving the aged of Florida spending t Herbert Crews, Jimmie Bradley and the flames were ex* H i '
under make in Florida tc where Mr. -Vestal had been con:
t tlngulshed before
per ried on by the National money you any damage
and Local approximately: $40 per: month, and Ralph Dudley. Adjournment "
"
Rev. Frank Robinson send daughters across th t ducting revival services. I IMrll was done. :. '
the of B F. your
or program Scouting. The ser- Pa.ty, of West Palm Beach, followed an enjoyable hour 1
ritual of the Church was used vice will consist of a short wor- candidate for governor, In a seas to marry the broken-down L of games. Harvey Starling was I .. ; I
[the beauty of the service was ship service after which Judge J, speech In Starke Thursday, Feb. royalty. of Europe and entwine",I Saturday afternoon the Scouts visiting In Starke Monday VANDERBILT l' i >
need by soft organ music by Ollie Edmunds of Jacksonville will 1st., said fully $500,000 of the their necks with ropes of pearls. went on a hike under the leadership Mr and Mrs. Ancll Norman of By Miss Velma Norman !j c 4
deliver an address on money needed tor this Establishment of subsistence I Rising were visiting Mr. and Mrs. ,
H. Long during the ad- "Scouting purposewas of the Rev. L. A, Shepherd, J 1
F of the Sacrament. The American Way" Following available through economies homesteads, Mr. P a.t y said,: Committeeman, and Bryan, WhIt- R. M. Johnson Wednesday Mr. and Mrs William Sapp and ) '
!
lutratlon f'
Le evening service was a Joint this will be a regular Court of IH the operation of the state wel through the use of lands taken b> field, Scoutmaster Scouts Lander Mr. and Mrs. Roy Reynolds of children attended the fair at :f I
Itlog to which all of the Honor conducted by Judge Ed- fare department. the state for delinquent taxes,l and Crews led the troop to a Reddick were visiting Mr. and Tampa this week-end. '. : .i
methodof Mr and Mrs. H L. Norman and
of the Community had munds; Chief Scout Executive of It was the first campaign speech would provide a practical suitable location on "Gator Creek" Mrs. E. Strickland over the week
robes invitations to become a the North Florida Council area,. made here during the current reducing unemployment. This I where supper was cooked. Troop family attended church services ,', ;\
wed M. G. Boswell Scout land, he added would, be divided t end.Mr. at Pine Level Sunday night. ;
; Commis- political to have Harold .
service was sponsoredthe campaign 104 was giad and Mrs. Frank Reynoldsof f
The Mr. and Mrll. Allen Howard and
\
t. sioner into tracts of 50 and 100 acres :
| Anti-Saloon League of C. F Smedley; A C. Hillman -'. "One dollar out of every six set with funds for Improvement supplied : Crews of the Starke Troop as a Reddick visited Mrs. Rey I children. of Gainesville were viaitt'', i
mica and was In the form of ,; Joo Richards; and Dick Hillman aside by the legislature for old by the federal government. guest on this occasion. nold's mother Mrs. .John Thomas, ing Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Manning Sand :
Secretary. A ,
Icture and a presentation of the large number'I. age assistance and the relief of Taking part In the outing were Sunday family Sunday. t
of members of Lower freight rates also were
vine sound picture "Ten Nights Troop 70 will ap- the blind and our dependent child- Scouts Ralph Dudley. Joe Allen Levy Norman attended a business ,' I I't
I Barroom." A large congrega- pear for merit badges and ad- ren," Mr. Paty said, "goes for advocated by Mr. Paty.as well as I Lander. Bernard Jordan, Herbert niKIKS FREEZE: TO WIRES meeting at the State Farmers 'i"1 '
completely filled the main vancement honors, and a cordial administration of the fund. Sal- the establishment of a state utili- Crews "Jun" Crews and Jimmie Lake Butler,-Our recent cold Market at Starke last Mon. \ '
.j
.lion of the Church and there Invitation Is extended to everyoneto aries of this department total ties commission and a state ad- Bradley and Cub Scouts Bradley spell Is responsible for several tall day night, 1.1
,slve lecture of Mr Christ- participate In this service. more than $600,000 and the ex- vertising fund to publicize Flor GeIger, Leslie Bardk y, Claude stories. Here Is oneof_ those go- Mrs Gladys Edwards of Starke '
of Washington D. C., and pense account exceeds $170,000 ida's abundant natural resources Johns. Jr., Billy Overatreet, Jim: Ing the rounds: Leamon Rivers was visiting Mr. and Mrs. Jim '
picture was received grate.y COLD AFFECTS FISH I annually. I think thla Is grossly Frank Jordan, Joe Townsend, found four sparrows with thelc Manning and family of this sec .
by the congregation. Jacksonville,-This is a cold excessive, I don't believe it is CARD OF THANKS Jimmie Brown Godwin and "Bo- feet frozen to guard rail wires on tion Tuesday. '
|At the prayer meeting service weather fish story. People livingon necessary to spend all this money We wish' to sincerely thank all bo" Crews. the highway as he went to work. Mr and Mrs. F. M. Norman of
dnesclay night the pastor dl- Trout River and other tribu- sending Investigators over Floridato those generous and sympathetic They fluttered their wings, trying Vanderbilt attended a singing convention
Iting the worship, thoughts be- taries of the St. John's have been ask some poor old man or friends who were so thoughtfulof GRAHAM desperately to pull away, but at Green Cove Springs \
centered around the observe catching all the mullet they de- woman why they were born nor us during the recent Illness and IJy Mrs I* C. Smith their feet were stuck tight. lie Sunday
of Ash Wednesday and the sire with their hands. This Is the do I believe It Is justifiable to pay death of our beloved wife and lifted them carefully off the wire Mrs. Sarah Alvarez was visit
ten season. The service wasd reason: The unusual cold spell affected $15 In order to determine whethera mother John Abernathy of Daytona and turned, them loose in a warm ing Mr and Mrs Carl Sapp of
In the Church School rooms the fish. While they were pensioner should receive $4.75 William S. Parker and Beach spent Sunday night with room at his home. The sparrows Hellbronn Springs Monday ,
f the Church building Is recelv- not completely frozen by the cold or $5.23.:: childrenEngraved hid brother Frank Abernathy recovered The whooping cough is sweepIng (f
thorough interior decoration water, they have found It difficultto With reference to the chain R. M. Johnson was a visitor to: through this section. We are '
e! work is being sponsored by swim fast and were left In the store question Mr. Paty said he sympathy acknowledgements. Starke. Saturday.The Wedding. Invitations a specialty very sorry to report that many ''I.''l, .
? members of the Woman's shallow water on the shore when did not favor punitive legislation Inexpensive.-Bradford Rev. L. O. Hemingway of I' Printed, engraved or embossed. students have had to drop out of '
riety for Christian Service with the tide receded. against chain stores but believed County Telegraph. Starke filled hU regular appoint Bradford County Telegraph. school with this disease ;',1. ,

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PAGE EIGHT BBAJLIFORD CODNTV TELJCGKAJPH ftTAIUEB. FLORIDA Fmmu.\Tty 4

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I See I Tp. 7 S. ng. 10 K.t.ot made application for a tax deed to Swan
"This Is More Like It"? !I 10 of Blk IS Ward City SeOII b* I..u..d thereon. Said certificate I Unless said "'",'"\\t\\+ 1
: The Bradford County Telegraph Floridians Greet Return of Warmth POLITICAL Tp. 7 8. Ug. 20 E- embrace the following described redeemed a.cCOI'dh'liI' Iahll
3 A. Be* at SB Cor of W!L of y Florida lonl'tot Bradford property described holrt ,
: ANNOUNCEMENTS NWV4 of SEVi Run K 140 "Yds, State of I .. to the hlKhest bldd. NIl
with the first encouraging
This week
: Established. 1877 W 70 Yds, H 140 Yds. H 70 '.,. to, WV4 of NEW of NW)4) & NW te of I court: house door on ?" fuk
Beg. I".. .
warmth from the direction of old Sol l, Bradford of NWOof ktRun i 0'I.\ ...
: Cor W LlL of SE% of NW54 & Ely of NEV oil I whlrh III the 4th "', If M
for
Published Weekly on FrltJays and Entered" as Second Countians were as happy as the prover- I announce my candidacy Judicial N 27 ft, W 35 ft. 8: S7 ft. E. US ft i SW 14 of NWV4 Section 11 Township I 1 940.
Circuit J'ud" of the Eighth 22 Feast, containing Dated this
31/1t. ,
22 E. 1 South Range
to BP Sc HZ Tp. 8 H. Hg. dal,
: Claw Matter at the Post Office at Starke, Fla.I bial "dead in the sunshine." Folks who Circuit of Florida, in Group one, 3 Acres.NWV.!& 40 Acres, more or less.The 1 11940. jets
I- .. pig and Holtclt the support of all democratic of NWot BW\; Sec. 14 I assessment of the said property (OFFICIAL SEAL) A
electors In the 1l4a! primary. f.J I .under the said certificate I... Court J.
had been bundled up in coats and hovered D. E. KNIGHT. Tp 6 Rg. 22 E.lOAires.: CountylFlorida "(21"1
MEMBER TROTTERS I OH" THE INTERNAL sued was In the name of 060. K. I
around fires almost since Christmas fairly IMPROVEMENT: FUND OF THE .
PRESS ASSOCIATION \ officeof STATE OF FLORIDA ,
n\ I am a candidate for the
exuded good spirits as they walked along Supervisor of Registration/ of By A:. J. Thomas, Agent Trustees I
Bradford County Florida subject to Internal Inrprovemeut Fund Bradford
r'' L3.t44KLkd 34t1d the streets in their shirt sleeves once again. the Democratic Primary and respectfully County.
-=- aollclt vote and
Smiles broader steps were brisker your '-
E. L. Matthews __________ Editor and Owner were support. .
..-.. ---. -" -. ---- -- and everyone is happy now that Florida is JAMBS F-HOLLINOSWORTH. .AOTICH Of TAX APPMC1TIOMPOli ItKKI .

SUBSCRIPTION RATE her "normal" winter (Senate Hill M*. 188)
again enjoying
once Eight yearn ago the Rood peopleof OIVKN, I
NOTICE IS HEREBY
elected to
Bradford County me
91.30 Six Months, ISo--Payable In Advance weather. holder of Tax
'G Yearly, ; be County Judge and for seven That B. Y. Saxon
Certificate No. 418 Issued. the 4th..
yearn 1 have nerved them In an efficient
Ad\ertlslng' Rates on Application "Tall tales" continue to fill the news and satisfactory manner day of July A. D. 1921: Tax Cer
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and at the came time operated the tificate. No. 420 Issued the 3rd., day
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-- -- -- columns with almost unbelievable stories office at an extremely low cost to of August A. D 19311 and Tax Certificate
Therefore, without No. I45S Issued the 7th.
the tax
"Know Your Superintendent," from all sections of the state. A running hesitation payer I hereby announce forree.clion day of August A. D. liia.1 has filedsame

Is Advice of Government Department stream near Quincy froze over so solid that ask for your aa aupport County and Judo vote.E. ,. and application In my for office a tax and deed has to made b.. !'

"Know Your Superintendent" is the a small boy actually went ice skating. Bu"tthe K. ,PKHHYMAN.- County Judge. Issued.Raid Certificate thereon embraces the following .
In the
title of a leaflet recently issued by the very fact that the prolonged freeze To'the voter of Bradford Cuunty: County of described Bradford property State of FlorIda
hereby myself a candidate "
United States Office of Education in Wash- created such a stir and was given such wide- for re-election announce to the office of E"i, to-wlt of NW: %' of NWH Section UTp.

.: ington, D. C. The bulletin discusses the spread publicity is good and sufficient proof elected Sheriff.. and I promise If nominated. to continue and my re- Acres."1, more S. H.or:22! less.E..,, embraced containing under 20

powers, duties, and responsibilities of the that the occurrence is rare and will probablynot efforts honest to Impartial Rive a clean and r.rogre..lve. said Certificate No. 41'. i,
.', mtnlMtratlon and enforcement of the Lots 17, 18, 19, 20 of Blk 14
modern superintendent and his relationship be repeated for many, many .years-if law. I earneatly solicit your support Hampton Sec. 19 Tp. 7 S. R. 22 E.. .
embraced .under said. Certificate No. '"t__
to the Board of Education, to supervisors, ever. A. O. ANDHEU.I 420. I
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Lot :S SuU"Dlv. of SWV4\ of 8W<4
principals teachers, pupils, and community. Farmers in the southern part of the Also Known as Hampton Heights
wish to announce that I am a Sec. 20 Tp. 78'' R. 22 E.. embraced : l
,. Pointing out ,the great responsibilities state equipped their tractors with headlightsand candidate for the office of County under said Certificate No. 14E5. t
Commissioner from District Five. I I
' of the position, th' government leaflet states literally worked day and night replanting earnestly: solicit the support of the- The under assessment. the Bald of certificate the said property No. BUS
voters.
, the that the in time. The 413 was In the name of The Am.
that "It is to superintendent crops a race against sea- M. O. HARRELL. Agrl. Chem Co., The assessment of

: board of educaion and the public should son for truck in this county will likely be I- the said property No. 420 'was under In the the name saidcertificate ,
I hereby candidacyfor
announce my
'. look for the efficient administration of the delayed a couple of weeks, but farmers have Assessor. re.. .lectlon of Taxes.to the office of of A. A.of Durden.the said and property The assessment under.

i' schools." every reason to expect a good price for their With my experience and the results the said certificate No. 1453 was In
the name of Unknown.
In the way of tax reduction
, ';, Emphasizing the fact that the superin- crops this spring. Once again-as always-* during my present administration, Unless said certificates shall- be UCOSTS LESS THAN
. I feel no hesitancy In asking for redeemed according to law the DRIVING"
, tendent's duties extend even beyond the they are being urged to "diversify" ,-. to the continued support of the voters. property described therein will be .noun.
If re-elected. I promise four more sold to the highest bidder at the Gale .
t. routine matters of his office the bulletin plant a variety of truck rather than to de- years of courteous and efficient Court House door on the first Mon .''Trlp'. bbe Round
..ervice.Thanking. day In the month of March, 1940.
ti says: "One of the duties of the superintendent pend on one crop only. you most sincerely for which I I. the 4th., day of March A. AtQ=''A5 i 15.60 10.10 Way Trip
vote and .. I D. 1940. Miami '_. "
am
' your -- 6.73 ; a
, of schools, although it is not usually included -0 Tours respectiully. ImttMl Ibis 7th., day of February ClneJnnaU 1.2 1k83 10.10
E. W. HAYES. A. D 1940.OFlICIAL. Ocaw11Y4n'k : %2.6
among the duties expressly assigned Threat of Defeat for Long Machine ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas, ('h'cnKfJ -- l0.7. ___ 1.09. ()
i Clerk of circuit Pete
! him, is to be the educational leader of the Watched With Interest To the people of Bradford County:. County, Florida 1.9 4t :3.1NO1'IF -1' .80 __ *
community. It [Is his duty to take the? lead I Sincerely trusting that I may be J(8CII"'UI" ..80' 1.1' rallahNlNf'e. %..U 4.0.1"a
permitted to continue to serve youas Keyy'est
I Aroused voters of Louisiana recently let I 8.80 umpu ....:
" in the community informed about your Clerk of the Circuit OP APPLICATIONFOIl Lakeland, 1.J.30 250 4.50
keeping the political machine that Huey Long left I announce my candidacy -. TIC UKKItSenate '2.23 3.03 WashIngton 17.20
office subject to the next W. 4 SO
and interested in the schools. court'l ( Kill No. 111:1) :' Palm B.
tic Primary. I appreciate the .
behind know that its unsavory dynasty is NOTICE JM HEREBY C.tVEN. : .cONVAy'S 8.65
;? ;' The "Know Your Superintendent" leaf- ness and confidence shown That W. S. Slbley holder of Tax SERVICE
seriously threatened, if not with defeat, then all of our people and In .. Certificate No. 6,11, issued the 2nd. .STATION
let is a valuable addition to th<>..series which have rendered and for so long as day -of September_A. D. 1935r"has Lacy 'iln"ay, Agt'nlFDU
at least with an uncomfortably tight squeeze. I hold office will continue to tiledsame, In >nty office and haeI :
already includes such titles as "Know Your render. every service"' and courtesy
In my I>ow"r.0"1' assistance will
Governor Earl K. brother of the
Long, be 'eclated.
School, "Know Your Board of Education, appi I I
t A. J. THOMAS.: clh.Ui'lttciltumq..
late Huey, still leads what remains of the
"Know Your School Principal, and "Know +
I .
.' machine, and, is fighting a die-hard battle. If elected School Board member. HOLLAND -
Your Teacher. interested in the
Anyone from District Three I will discharge '
' He ran'ahead of a divided field in the recent my duty to the very beet of FOR GOVERNOR. -
'p betterment of schools would 'profit from astudy my ahllltv, not "...In.lv.,1 to ann
primary, jt.s true, but if the oppositionvote fro for the unmerited benefit of :
-_ of the bulletin)) which may be obtained any person hut will stand strictly
should concentrate on the runner-up, for an economical, businesslikeadministration lie would give dignity to -I
from the Office of U. S.
Education, Department I will strive to
Sam II Jones in the '"run-off" the( gubernatorial office nod
; on February make Bradford l County outstanding
of the Interior D. C.
Washington
:k ,
In educational work and will
be '.
O 20 it would be much more than enough to predate your support. ui Impressive represrn*

oust the Long machine. '-' 0. C. ap.1 tattle of Florida In national
The Twelfth Scout Law
affairs.+ -11 ICELANDLKIX1KR.
y Emphasized During This Week Throughout its 12-year reign the Long for I wish the. to offlc.e announce of Supervisor my candldacv of : : '

!A The Boy Scout Movement was founded dynasty had never. up until now, been con- subject KeRrlstratlon. to the of will Bradford of the voters County In s':" / I.g

fronted with the' 'disturbing task of defend the Democratic. Primary of May T.
tn America thirty this week. Most
years ago 1940. I fee) that 1 am capable of

d of us have watched it grow and gain in influence ing its power in a run-off primary-previously carrying ana otttt prom, !1"e duties to serve of the this. (>eo-office u

it had made in pie to the. her;.' of my ability. Your'
with great satisfaction. It is something always a/'clean sweep" vote and support. will.... sincerely:; A -

4 vital to "The American Way" of jiving the first go 'round. The 'fact that its dom- appreciated. J. F. Klekllter.. RE8/

and through three decades its service ination is at least challenged" recognized can-1 j jr I
K
" hereby announce myself a ,
t :'. has gained the confidence of all people. as a further manifestation of the popular dldnte for tnuntv Cninmlnnlnnerfrom

w.4 : It would be difficult to point to any demand for civic reform which has else subject District tn ,action Three\ of(Smith the voter Starke In) i'

, .:. single quality of the Movement and say where in the United i States given new the 1940.UenuirratM I am In favor Primary of hotter of May roads 7,1.'
for our county and l If el<*ct 'l will''
v with positivenesH, "Here is what makes strength to democracy at its roots and has work for the good. of our countyat

Scouting great.' Without a doubt, however, won victories for clean government in num all times. .1'. U WTXN.

sa one of its outstanding contributions to the erous large cities and states. I hereby announce.- my candidacy

, nation, particularly in these times of world The recent Louisiana voting is even more to llradfoid succeed niVHpir as Tax Collectorof
County subject to the
travail, is its simply-worded Twelfth Scout significant when we take into considerationthe Democratic primary to be held May
7th., 1040 I have tried to r."d..ryou
+ Law. It epitomizes all that we as a people Herculean and at times seemingly hope faithful. honest. and efficientservice
,
as your Tax (Collector I
'1 atand for and all that our forefathers pioneered less task of consolidating a sustained public earnestly solicit your support und
If elected nwaln, I shall continueto
1" for when they were fashioning a .opinion capable 0 f unseating a political render you the same service as
I have In the past.
safe homeland out of a wilderness. organization which has vast power to build C. A. KNIGHT.

4 : "A Scout is reverent." its voting strength and can ,reward its I am a citizen of Starke and

ti : "He is reverent toward God. He is fri ,nds and harass its enemies in thousandsof to Bradford seek the County office and of have County qualified Judgeof NV

,e faithful in his religious duties, and he respects ways. Those who watched the Huey Long by Bradford the good County people of and my If county.elected _

,' the convictions of others in mattersof dictatorship saddle itself upon the people of I my will ability.serve them to the best. of EXPECT 'i

custom and Louisiana were doubtful if popular resist- DON U HOOVER
religion.
a OOO All Americans of the all could be organized to vote it out of but the soft / '' '
worthy name, ance I hereby announce myself a candidate 4K>ty r/< of fait

who believe in the Declaration of Independence office for'years to come. Board District for re-election No 3 subject front School to the now ford tomcthing you'd only *"

action of voters at the Primary expect in a car.,iII bigge,'" xIIII
the Bill of Rights and the Constitution However, it has recently been shown May 7, 1910. If .elected. promise;

of the United States have an abiding faithIn that the Federal government can, by legiti- equitable to continue-administration fulr, consclentloiiH of this und of

such a principle because' it is their guar- mate means, be a strong influence in help- floe to the rest of my ability.Iteepecttully, I I

t ante'e that so long as it is a living thing they ing to improve the quality of municipal government E. J. LEWIS.

will always be free and independent.The where there is an appreciable degree -: for I the hereby office announce of Superintendent my candidacy. of

entire community should derive a of local cooperation. The overthrow of Public Instruction of Hinctford
County subject to the will of the
great deal of comfort and satisfaction from the long-established and corrupt Pendergast Democratic electors. In the primary
election on May! 7. tD4a. If elected
knowing that so many of the boys and young organization in Kansas City was made possible to this Important office I pledge to '
the people of this '
county a safe, f
( men in our midst are growing up under the by the cooperation of state and Federal sane, and sound administration of
the duties Involved Your
i guidance and sterling influence of Scouting. agencies. Similarly, the work of obtainingthe active preciated.support will be' greatly vote and ap

:; e/ -O- indictments and convictions that have DR. W. E. MIDDLEITON. r\1+M', N ''Q 1au\' n

Annual Fish Barbecue put -the Long machine "on the spot" in t wish to announce- that I am a

Meets A Popular Demand Louisiana has been headed by an assbtant of candidate County for Commissioners member of the Board I
from District
Very few local events arouse such widespread United States Attorney General. Thus, as Two voters, subject of Bradford to will of County.Democratic IT'S THE LOW-PRICED CAR THAT EXCELS IN THE THINGS THAT nm.HTt. ",

Ai interest and such wholehearted .cooperation the Christian-Science Monitor has remarked If elected I will strive to rendera
IS
fair and Impartial service. As to N.P. S-CYLINDEN PERFORMANCE cylin- fID: ACTION 011
AlL
as the annual fish barbecue sponsored it is seen that "Better government of all the councilman my ability.. of I..the offer City my of record Starke.aa dell economy for! smoothness-smalt cylinder for on rough roads 4 wams-Easier. iidJai;

+ by members of the Young DemocraticClub parts can help and be helped by good government W. M. (MITCH) EDWARDS.At SlIll-COTllfUCM cLDTCN-Earinactio

of Bradford County. It is one affairof of the whole." the request-( of a few of my FINGER-TIP Standard at GEARSHIFT no extra cost ON! STEERING POST- tighter! 'g rips

which, it can truthfully be said that it is The entire country will watch with interest candidate friends I for again County offer Commissioner myself as a ZSBS&USsaaKssasr COIITIOL-

held "by popular request," for long before the outcome of Louisiana's ballotingon that from I will District give Two you the pledging best service you !

the date of the event was announced for this February 20. It is possible, of course, I ins that yon I can for possibly past and render.future Thank.sup IIGCUT IIYDUUUC lUlU ever used on a lowbrighter IIETFD for"safer night HEADLAMPS-A dri.Jo"I ,least ,Situ-

month, the Young Democrats were fre- that the Long machine will retain its strangle port. I am. price; cad! STYLE lUDUSHIP-Witb
I llenpect fully rich
.
quently asked, "When are you going to hold on the state, but least' it will have I. L. CONNER.MOTICB _. EXTRA URGE MTTERY-Quick starts long life! interiors roomy DeW

have another fish barbecue?" been proven that "the sturdy plant of 'good
tlK.\l>e-ORt (' >!'\rV., FLORID
This annual outing serves a worthwhile government has sprung up in the midst of: NOTICE F..IS.....IIKr.KIlY"r' 7..... 1 1M*
O1VEV: That
purpose in being the medium whereby can- corruption and that this plant has strong, PI''J1*"' ln $-'tlo" 9 of Chapter
JJIJ Laws
didates and voters mingle in friendly and informal deep roots that might bear victorious fruitIn IU7. known "of" the Florida MUKPHr, Acts ACT.nf

comradship and even opponents for the years to come." Bradford"the following County.described Florida land will In ILY DIFFERENT
offered for sale at public 7 .n FROM ANY LOW-
? office can "kid" one another along and still O for the highest and best rash v
be friends. subject to the right of the "' .h.// y : PRICED
To many Americans the most: horriblenews of the Internal Improvement CAR YOU'VE EVER SEEN !
to reject any and all bids, _
With interest in the May primaries already at
to
yet come out of Germany is. the announcement I Courthouse' between the hours of
at a high pitch (although not at 10:00: A. M. and X p. M. on the
yet that the Nazi I th. day of
February
average family is I 40. ,
the boiling point) !it is expected that the able to attend El, of $WIot of an=... Ex. 8 S A.,
the
Movies only Rac. I Tp. 7 S. Rg 1) fc.
once a year! : -i/\ J. W.
i barbecue Thursday night, February 15, will We knew they were short on food, clothing Tp.Lot 7 8.I Rg.Blk.30 U E.Ward City Andrews Jr.

be even more of a success than its highly and religion, but to attend the movies only Tp 1.010., 8. nR1 Yo Ward.:. CRy Aor..1

; enjoyable predecessors. Lot Ulk. Ward City
once in twelve months-incredible J. # ,
,>; !! Tp. et. 9. F..
I !. 1, >> 0( Blk II Ward City STARKE, FLA.


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